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It could and if you decide to do it keep us posted with a project thread - however it would be more for your own benefit to experience the work involved as it is extensive and will take the same or more money than getting a turbo model in the first place. The short answer is it would be better to go turbo from the start not convert an S model.

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Shop wise if you called them pretty sure they could advise on bits that would fit, induction kits, exhaust back boxes, wheels, strut braces, suspension parts etc would more than likey be the same as a WRX.





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