Is there any difference in the 2 trannies?
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    Is there any difference in the 2 trannies?

    I had to replace the tranny in my wagon 7mths ago. I ended up putting a used tranny from a coupe because it only had 11,000 miles on it.

    I'm just curious to know if the gear ratios are different and if so how much different?
    Shane
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    A Coupe??

    Well, I suppose you mean a WRX Sedan, right? If so then the ratios are the same. If you got it out of a GC8 coupe then it depends on the exact model it came out of......
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    Yes, I meant to say sedan.
    Shane
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