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    Impreza WR1

    hey guys want a bit of info on impreza wr1, ie what can they be remapped to, what are the internals good for etc thanks

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    Well, these are rapido out the box, 320bhp, and will do 60 in around 4secs.
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    i'm pretty sure they're not mappable as standard, you need an esl daughter board fitted or aftermarket management, you can probably "chip" them to raise boost levels etc. Standard internals are good for about 350-400 bhp dependant on supporting mods, they're basically an sti lump.

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    yeah not a lot else out there with that kind of supercar performance as standard for the money these are going for now. shame they're so basic inside!
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    Quote Originally Posted by voorhees View Post
    It's nowt to do with post count, thats gonna increase quickly enough anyway, i never bothered checking when the post was started as it was near the top of the section anyway and as i also have a subaru and have been tuning them for a while i thought i'd offer any info i can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JtotheD View Post
    yeah not a lot else out there with that kind of supercar performance as standard for the money these are going for now. shame they're so basic inside!
    The early classics are pretty basic inside, but the facelift classics and newage aint too bad, besides there's less to go wrong with having less goodies fitted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gazzas3 View Post
    It's nowt to do with post count, thats gonna increase quickly enough anyway, i never bothered checking when the post was started as it was near the top of the section anyway and as i also have a subaru and have been tuning them for a while i thought i'd offer any info i can.
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    Hi mate ive had lots of subarus ive had a 2005 sti type uk (2.0l)and have raced two or three wr1s (mates cars)and other than the colour and a bit of trim (i.e number plaque) you dont think there worth the extra money the 2005 on sti's come with the adjustable center diff . This makes it pritty much rear wheel drive and lots of fun in the wet and on track! the new age 2000 on can be maped (ecutec) i had a set of headers a blits spec s exhaust with a prodrive cat and ecu and fuel pump,hks induction kit ,turbosmart blow off valve and a few other bits and it made 287bhp at the wheels on standerd boost and 350bhp at the flywheel so with a remap to 1.6bar it would been close to 400bhp if you spend your money on the right bits your see good gains and they last. get the 2.0l rather than the 2.5 as the like to be tuned more .
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    look at the date of the original post

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    Hahaha hilarious!
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