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Subaru In-Line Modules

If you think your Subaru already is firing on all cylinders then just wait until you jack in one of our custom tuned Subaru in-line modules. You'll get immediate horsepower, torque and gas mileage improvements from this bad boy. Here at AutoAnything, we only sell Subaru in-line modules that are made just for this make, so you never have to worry about performance.
The cutting edge performance from our Subaru in-line modules doesn't have to make you miss your next mortgage payment. Our already low prices come with our 1-year lower price guarantee, so even if you find a lower price elsewhere, we'll beat it. We throw in free shipping on 99% of everything we sell too, so you're in for one heck of a deal.
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Banks Pedal Monster


absolutely a great add fantastic View more reviews...
Posted By Wendell M (Redding, CA) / March 27, 2021
Pedal Commander Throttle Response Controller

Pedal commander

Ordered this for my 18 Ram 2500 Cummings and all I can say is wow! Wish I would have done this sooner do yourself a favor and get you a pedal commander. View more reviews...
Posted By Doug J (Laconia, IN) / June 7, 2020
2018 Ram 2500
Jet Performance Xcelerator

Quick reaction

It definitely helps with throttle response View more reviews...
Posted By Jay R (GILBERT, AZ) / April 26, 2019
2017 Toyota Tacoma

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Monday, February 25, 2019

Staff Build: Bryce’s Subaru STI

Bryce’s Story “My wife bought this car before we met, back in 2014. We met at a Subaru meet here in San Diego. Now it’s our project car and has undergone some pretty major upgrades over the past year. All the upgrades have been done by ourselves along with the help from her brother Zack.” […] The post Staff Build: Bryce’s Subaru STI appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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