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Old 01-02-2005, 01:39 AM   #4
jamesfacts
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It's more work than a WRX swap, and probably more expensive. H6 motors are harder to find, harder to get aftermarket parts for, and just as difficult to wire.

Honestly, though, WRX swaps are getting cheap.

One could find a motor and harness, ECU for $1500 or so... and there are plenty of people who have done it before and can lend a hand.
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