What mods should i get first??

Asked by Jan 20, 2015 at 09:11 PM about the 2015 Subaru WRX STI Base

Question type: Car Customization

I have a 2015 Subaru WRX sti everything is stock except for my 10 inch subwoofer and
other audio stuff my girlfriend bought and put in it. What other mods should i get???
Thanks in advanced!

6 Answers

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Tube headers (if it's not a turbo),cat back performance exhaust, a cold air intake with K & N air filter, an ECU power chip, solid center Nology braided spark plug wires, E3 spark plugs, MSN distributor cap & coil(s), oversized wheels & tires (go up 1 size), coil over shocks, vinyl graphics, window tint, Recaro racing seats, a roll bar, spoiler, etc., etc., etc. It's endless!

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35

Cobb turbo-back exhaust with intake and Access port to start. Depending how much power you want then better injectors, front mount intercooler, professional tune and finally a bigger turbo.

1,595

WRX's are already turbo-charged aren't they?

35

Yes...

1,595

1st get a cold air intake with K & N big cone type air filter. 2nd Nology braided solid center spark plug wires, & E3 spark plugs. 3rd cat back Flow Master perf exhaust system with perf cat & muffler(s). Or have an exhaust shop bend you some big dia. pipes up custom. Use Sunoco 93+ octane gas, & Mobile 1 or Castrol full synthetic oil. I did all this all to a John Cooper Works Mini-S & got 250 hp. out of it. A 35 hp increase over the stock 215 hp, a Detroit muscle car killer, cool.

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get a p&l performance turbo back exhaust. a cobb short ram intake with the box. get an accessport and find a shop to protune it for you.

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