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What are popular mods?
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    Default What are popular mods?

    I'm about to pull the trigger on a 09 WRX (the other car I'm looking at is a VW R32). My current car is a sports car, which I will keep, and I'm getting an all wheel drive (WRX) so I can be mobile in the winter. I'm also getting the WRX so that the all wheel drive car will be fun to drive year round.

    What are popular mods I should consider for this car? I don't really want to lower it (not much anyway) since my primary purpose is competent winter transportation. My #1 item is probably an exhaust.

    Thanks.

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    Full turbo-back exhaust, full intake. Start with the basics, and work your way up.

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    Ps, you need a tune with those...look into a cobb accessport

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    There are so many bolt-on applications for Subaru's. You can make great power with just bolt-ons. Intake, uppipe, downpipe, exhaust, inlet pipe, hyper ground system, ignition coils, bolt-on larger turbos and much more. Remember the Subaru ECU is very touchy. I would use the access port for you bolt-on tuning.
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    Awkward...I just said that....

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