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    Hey, whats up everyone. Just got my Wrx last night. I know you guys like pics so, here ya go Been lurking around here for the past month. I want the loudest bov ever! But seriously Love the forum and love all the information. Thanks for running such a good show.





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    welcome.nice wrx
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    Welcome! Very nice WRX! Any questions please ask!!!
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    If you pushing out less then 20 and u have stock bov or bpv or whatever.....but your pushing more then the stock psi. say 18psi, and say you have an intake or the stock stuff deleted, does that sound chage at all or is it not affeected

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    Nice pics! Welcome to the club. What part of CT do you live?


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    I live in Shelton CT.

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    If any one wants to meet up in my area lemme know!

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    [QUOTE=RallyRx;1873896]I want the loudest bov ever!

    Welcome to the club

    On the topic of BOV's having had the forge and HKS SSQV my suggestion would be stick with the stocker

    But if you are determined to have one i loved the sound of the hks but that is just me. If your really looking for "the loudest" i believe that title goes to the Turbo xs RFL BOV (feel free to correct if i am wrong anyone)

    I have the HKS sitting at my house if your interested in it but i got rid of it when i started shooting fireballs out of my catless exhaust

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    [QUOTE=xMDxWRX;1874107]
    Quote Originally Posted by RallyRx View Post
    I want the loudest bov ever!

    Welcome to the club

    On the topic of BOV's having had the forge and HKS SSQV my suggestion would be stick with the stocker

    But if you are determined to have one i loved the sound of the hks but that is just me. If your really looking for "the loudest" i believe that title goes to the Turbo xs RFL BOV (feel free to correct if i am wrong anyone)

    I have the HKS sitting at my house if your interested in it but i got rid of it when i started shooting fireballs out of my catless exhaust

    Thanks for the good info! Love this place, but it was a j/king type of comment Does any one have a link on how to change the shift knob in the rex? I was looking in the tutorials section but didnt see anything. Point me in the right direction, thanks.

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    i don't know where there is a thread on how to change it but i do know how to change the shift knob.

    You grad the shift knob and unscrew it, after the knob is off the shifter you reliaze that the knob brought the leather shift boot with it, then you reliaze the bottom of the knob has a plastic ring to hold the boot to the knob so you just angle the knob and hold it still as you pull it away from the boot pulling them apart making it possible for you to then change shift knobs

    Hope that helped and feel free to ask if not

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    One more noob question for now, some times when I shift into 1st it feels like the engine is running good but im going no where. Like the engine is producing alot of power but i cant go above 5mph in in 1st. Other times it feels alot better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RallyRx View Post
    One more noob question for now, some times when I shift into 1st it feels like the engine is running good but im going no where. Like the engine is producing alot of power but i cant go above 5mph in in 1st. Other times it feels alot better.
    welcome to the subie transmission, it took alot of getting use to for me. I came from hondas which were relatively smooth shifting. The subie is real clunky and notchy, however, I have come to like it it just took some getting use to learning how to drive it

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    Quote Originally Posted by clemsonteg View Post
    welcome to the subie transmission, it took alot of getting use to for me. I came from hondas which were relatively smooth shifting. The subie is real clunky and notchy, however, I have come to like it it just took some getting use to learning how to drive it
    Got ya, thanks.

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    Are those the seats out of rs or are they the stock 06 wrx seats?
    The reason I ask is because my 04 wagons are completely different. But I am also a noob and know nothing about the interior differences.
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    They are the stock 07 WRX TR seats
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