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Large glasspack muffler added to reduce noise. Got a warning from a cop, and our nice Canadian neighbors were complaining via email. ("I don't want this request to sound too "rough"" ) It's actually made the car a lot more drivable and I don't constantly have to look over my shoulder. Most of the noise now is from the turbo spooling, which is a more interesting sound anyway.
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TOOHUNNITDOLLAS...

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HOW MUCH FO ONE RIB

better off just buying a hybrid recirc valve... assuming I can find one that fits my charge pipe flange
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Is that the stock blowoff valve?

Why can't you just find one from someone's parts car?
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I don't really want to risk getting another leaky one.

I'll check the mr2oc classifieds though.
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It's going to be a royal pain in the balls to find a flange adapter... Unless I get another SSQV which I really don't want. I need a hybrid valve if not a stock bypass valve recirculated back to the intake. I have stock BPV with the hose chopped off and recirc inlet plugged... It sounds good but I can smell the motor running rich.

Probably best just to replace the charge pipe so I have a more conventional flange... That whored out ruined WRX my friend bought has a GReddy hybrid valve that he doesnt need. So that would be free, a replacement charge pipe would probably be a miniscule flow improvement too, and undoubtedly be a cosmetic upgrade at the very least.
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arent the radiator and engine in back? if so how is the hood scoop functional?
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arent the radiator and engine in back? if so how is the hood scoop functional?

radiator is in front, coolant pipes run up and down what would normally be a transmission tunnel. My right leg gets hot as shit.

the divots actually can vent hot air from the rad
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arent the radiator and engine in back? if so how is the hood scoop functional?

The radiator is in the front. It has very long pipes that connect the engine to it, and like twelve coolant hoses, where most cars have two or three.
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buying this to resolve my squirrely handling on offramps

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this

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and hopefully piecing together a complete IC coupler kit possibly also clamps on the same site
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So what do those cost when they don't need any work?
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So what do those cost when they don't need any work?

Depends on the options and condition, but a clean one is usually in the $5K to $10K range. Sometimes more if it's a '94 or '95 model.

A few years ago, a stock 1995 turbo with exceptionally low mileage got sold for more than it cost new, and these were about $30K in 1995.
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Depends on the options and condition, but a clean one is usually in the $5K to $10K range. Sometimes more if it's a '94 or '95 model.

A few years ago, a stock 1995 turbo with exceptionally low mileage got sold for more than it cost new, and these were about $30K in 1995.

93+ would be MINIMUM 7 or 8 grand these days, in my area and that's in rough shape.

This is a 91 with a rough ass body but a 96 gen 3 swap that feels factory fresh, set me back 5 grand but it needs a lot of work both cosmetic and otherwise. But this is exactly what I wanted, something I could sink paychecks into and improve/correct gradually.
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So what do those cost when they don't need any work?

I'd guess probably 10 grand... And during my search I saw ones that needed work for 10+

I saw a 93 NA Auto with a wide body kit asking 7....
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The radiator is in the front. It has very long pipes that connect the engine to it, and like twelve coolant hoses, where most cars have two or three.

most radiators have just an inlet/outlet - what would prevent somebody from swapping in a mishimoto of equal size and running two (3?) towards the back? What's cooled by the coolant on these cars? When I put my car together I made simplicity the highest priority and in my quest I had eliminated a solid 3ft of random coolant hoses, easily.
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So what do those cost when they don't need any work?


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