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    new to the scoobie world...

    What's up everyone, my name's Steve and I'm currently parting out my baby, a turbocharged 1994 honda accord. I will be getting a WRX when i get back from deployment this december from italy (im in the military btw) and can't wait to start messing with it. I've been doing some reading up on the WRX so I can understand it a bit better. I like the first mods sticky up top here, i've read most of it before, but it's still good for us noobs. Damnit, i want my wrx NOW

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    Welcome to the club!

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    Thanks for the welcome. My first few mods are going to be a 3" turboback exhaust (no cat), Perrin Uppipe, Perrin intercooler hoses, Perrin radiator hoses, HKS SSQV bov, Tein suspension, and just use my Defi egt, oil press, boost gauges that i had in the accord.

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    fyi, a bov on a wrx isn't needed until u upgrade the turbo and run very high boost.

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    Good list of mods (ditton on the bov).

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