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Old 24 Nov 2005, 07:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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upgrade to 02 WRX

Hi, has anybody out there had the upgrade done to the WRX 02 model, I have seen it in my scooby dealer at approx 1500, puts BHP up to around 265,
Does it improve the torque by any noticeable leve?l and what does it do to fuel economy ? How does it feel ?
Is it worth it ?
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Old 24 Nov 2005, 07:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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This is the Prodrive Performance Pack or PPP as it is known.

This is the Warranty safe power upgrade. It does transform the car

If you are not bothered about your warranty then go for an ECUTEK remap about 700. This will give you the same if not better performance. You would probably want to compliment it with an exhaust upgrade and then you would probably be looking at around 280bhp for about 1200 all in.

Have a look here at the PPP
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