2001 Subaru Impreza WRX STI customization

Asked by Jul 20, 2014 at 11:02 AM about the Subaru Impreza WRX STi

Question type: Car Customization

Hey I just bought a 2001 scooby STI overseas in Japan and hoping to get an input on the
best route to make my car faster at a reasonable price.  I appreciate it!

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These owners will be able to help you......www.clubwrx.net

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If i had 10000usd i wood put an cold air intake. Sti can be twin turbocharged this one. A Garrett twin scroll gt 40r on it.a 3in to 3.5in twin exhaust system. A stage 3 short shift Kevlar clutch. I wood have it 91gas tuned. Have to replace all the headers. Cause they will blow with all that power. A T4 twin scroll uppipe, downpipe, kixbox, larger intercooler. Mvs wastegates, and high temperature coating. With all that probably pushes somewhere around 850-925hp to the tire.and 975hp to the crank.dont quote me but no more the 9.0 seconds on the quarter mile. 13on a half mile. Out a lot of peoples carz to shame and here in the usa it wood still be street legal. I woid jus drive around town with both turbos at half power. Wood blow tbe engine if you drove it turned up all the time. Hope this helps. And try this website. Http://www.full-race.com

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