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    Hello!

    uhhh..what can i say..
    i'm a new member to here clubwrx.
    and i'm looking forward to buying 2003 WRX rally blue.
    currently driving 2000 Civic hatch with lil mods.
    =) hoping to get along and get lots of infos.

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    sup. i too left the honda/acura scene. i sold my GSR to get an 02 WRX. man, you'll love it. people on here are really friendly too. just make sure you you use the search button, because im sure every question you ask was already answered. hope you get your REX. peace.
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    My Stage IV WRX was totalled by a drunk driver. Fcuk him!

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    Welcome to the club!

    Good luck with the purchase.
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    Twisty Monster - 335 ft/lb of torque @ 3600 rpm on a stock turbo. Is that possible? Yes it is.

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    just in curiosity, i have one question.
    if there's only 3,500$ difference between
    04' WRX STi that is being sold by private owner..
    and 03 WRX with low mileage that is in dealer ship..
    which one should i get it....
    as in STi being 3,500 more expensive..

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    Welcome to the club. I would check and see if the dealership certified the WRX. If so it would be a safer bet then a privately owned STI. Lord only knows what was done to it. At least the dealer had a chance to look at it and maybe replace what was needed.
    Used to have stg4 wrx. stuck w/ stg0 srt4
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    Welcome! Good luck with the bugeye!
    2002 Impreza 2.5RS

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadkorean34
    just in curiosity, i have one question.
    if there's only 3,500$ difference between
    04' WRX STi that is being sold by private owner..
    and 03 WRX with low mileage that is in dealer ship..
    which one should i get it....
    as in STi being 3,500 more expensive..
    I went with the STi.
    -Brian

    Twisty Monster - 335 ft/lb of torque @ 3600 rpm on a stock turbo. Is that possible? Yes it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRC_Obsessed
    I went with the STi.
    if you go in knowing a lot of info about these cars, and being able to see if it was built back to stock, then i would get the sti. i wish i did.
    - chris
    04 wrx, 04 corvette, 66 GTO
    ACT installed at 36k...new Gears at 44k...

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    Get the STI. If it is still under the 36000 mile. Even if it has issues you can get them fixed as long as it hasn't been moded too much.
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