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#12: 10-09-2012, 07:28 AM
 
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Realistically, I would say closer to 10,000 to 15,000 for a engine/transmission swap.

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Originally Posted by AZP Installs View Post
Having been around the block since 1999 with subies, here is my take...

Since they changed the headlights, my guess is the hood will not work.
Suspension parts and brakes should work from 2010-2013
Making a 2.5i into a gt is possible but would cost a lot more money than buying a slightly used one. With infinite dollars, anything is possible, but not practical.

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Not that I support getting a GT hood for an N/A car, but I wouldnt say that its impossible just yet.... from my preliminary observations, the headlight seems to have the same fastening points as the old headlight, which may make a front end swap for pre facelift and post facelift versions possible.

Even the bumper seems to have the same fastening points.

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