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STI swap 4th gear 35-120mph, td06 20g with meth.

2000 2.5RS Sedan with '04 STI swap. -forged bottom end -injectors/fuel pump are stock 04 sti -AEM CAI -HKS 3" TBE -'07 Legacy SpecB 6spd trans 4.43 final -Meth injection + 91 oct. -TD06-20G @ 22psi peak Boost tapering to 20 at redline -DynoPak tuned @ 376whp and 437wtq recorded with an iphone. :X


 


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600WHP Subaru Impreza STi - Anti Lag and Cyclic Idle in Car Demo
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