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Old 10-29-2020, 08:59 PM   #1
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Default 06 WRx short block in Sti

I have a buddy who blew his motor and another buddy who has a healthy EJ25 short block he pulled from his WRX when he built a new motor. I know this has been covered countless times with WRX guys who want to run the Sti heads, but is there any harm in an STi doing this? can the slight compression difference be compensated using RomRaider? obviously this isn't a permeant solution, but can this work to DD until he has money for the proper rebuild?

To clarify, I want to run an 06 wrx short block, with my 06 STi heads in an 06 STi.

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