Horsepower Factory Subaru WRX 2007-2013 Type 2 kit: 35kW gain

Horsepower Factory offers Subaru Impreza WRX owners the opportunity to give their car a meatier exhaust note, improved performance, and improved fuel efficiency.

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Horsepower Factory Subaru WRX 2007-2013 Type 2 35kW kit – information on kit:

The Subaru Impreza WRX is, hands down, one of the best bang-for-your-buck cars currently on sale. It features a 2.5-litre turbo engine and all-wheel drive grip, and loves nothing more than being taken to the hills for some automotive mischief.

The Type 2 kit by Horsepower Factory is a viable upgrade for those who are looking to add a little extra to their WRX’s attitude, without too much fuss.

The kit consists of a turbo-back exhaust, a Process West cold air intake, and a remapped ECU. The end result is a neat gain in power, punchier engine response, improved fuel efficiency, and a sportier exhaust note.

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Completion time for the work carried out is approximately one working day.


Horsepower Factory Subaru WRX 2007-2013 Type 2 35kW kit – parts used/work completed:

  • Pre dyno run
  • Process West cold-air intake
  • HP-Flash PCM tune
  • Invidia turbo-back exhaust (2007-10 WRX single exit; 2011-13 WRX twin exit)
  • Labour to fit, tune and test

Customers can opt to have a Process West top-mount intercooler, splitter, and hot-side silicone hose fitted for an additional $1310.


Horsepower Factory Subaru WRX 2007-2013 Type 2 35kW kit – estimated power figure:

35kW gain at the wheels*.

*Power figures are indicative only


Horsepower Factory Subaru WRX 2007-2013 Type 2 35kW kit – price:


**Prices subject to change


Workshop details: Horsepower Factory
Horsepower Factory has more than 30 years experience in the business of making cars perform at their peak. The company specialises in Holden, Ford, Chrysler, Mitsubishi, and Subaru.

Phone: (03) 9793 1616


8/12-14 Amberley Crescent, Dandenong South VIC 3175

Josh is one of the original co-founders of PerformanceDrive. His expertise is car culture and aftermarket performance. He was the editor at Hot4s Magazine, and has since worked at Fast Fours, Zoom, and as a journalist at The Project Group.

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