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Old 08 Jul 2015, 06:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question STI parts on RS 2.5

Maybe this is a stupid question but i'm a total newbie when it comes to engines.

Would i be able to put any STI Short ram intake on my RS 2.5?
More specifically a short ram intake from a 2010 STI wagon --> 2004 RS 2.5

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Re: STI parts on RS 2.5

2.5 runaway before it goes bang . . .
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Re: STI parts on RS 2.5

Hi,

2.5 RS = Normally Aspirated Powertrain.


The guys from NASIOC should know.

Link: Normally Aspirated Powertrain - NASIOC
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