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HKS GT-RS Sport Turbo Upgrade for 2002+ Subaru Impreza WRX

Bolt-on Ball-Bearing Bomber

Apr 7, 2004

Due to the overwhelming popularity of the HKS GT Sport Turbo Upgrade for the 2002 + Subaru Impreza WRX, HKS has decided to re-introduce the Off-Road use only bolt-on kit with one of HKS' newest turbochargers, the GT-RS. This kit features the same straight through downpipe, up pipe and Super Mega Flow Intake as the previous kit, but the GT2540R turbo has been replaced with the GT-RS and the split housing extension housing is now manufactured from polished SUS304 stainless steel.

The ball-bearing GT-RS turbo's outstanding power potential and responsiveness is an excellent match to the Subaru Impreza WRX's flat four engine design. This GT Sport Turbo Upgrade combined with an HKS Hi-Power exhaust, EVC, F-Con S, and larger injectors produced 246.3 wheel horsepower and 203.6 ft lbs of torque. These figures were achieved with boost pressure set only to 1.0bar.

GT Sport Turbo Upgrade Includes:
&bull HKS GT-RS Ball-Bearing Turbocharger &bull Polished SUS304 Stainless Steel Split Housing Turbo Extension &bull Straight Through Downpipe &bull Straight Through Up Pipe &bull Super Mega Flow Intake Assembly &bull Oil Lines, Waterlines and all other necessary components for a complete bolt-on kit

Part #: 11004-XF002
Product: GT Sport Turbo Upgrade
Description: Off-Road Use Only GT-RS Turbo upgrade for 2002+ Subaru WRX
MSRP: $3895.00

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