I guess the point is they were so close that little subjective things like that could have made it go either way.
If lap times are within hundredths of a second of each other with the Evo winning most of the performance tests, except straight-line acceleration, the subjective ratings are what really make the difference.
The people who plan to actually race their own car in a "stock" class would probably do better with the Evo, IF they are decent drivers. In anything other than the production classes, there is really no way to compare how the cars will do.
With better fit & finish (which I'm a big fan of; that's why I'm still a little worried about having to get an aftermarket stereo), better road manners, and still 99% of the cornering performance of the Evo, for me the choice is clear.
In fact, the STi is so nearly sorted "just right", there are only two things I would change: a pair of JDM front seats, and perhaps a bigger rear sway-bar.
I'm totally with OFFLINE, he made it clear and it seems I was thinking the same thing. After reading this article and seeing the time on the 0-60 I am impressed. Road and Track gave the STi a 0-60 of 4.9 and it gave the Evo a 4.8. What is this crap? Why are the time diffrences so off? I am a Subaru fan all the way dont get me wrong but I'm unsure about the speed on this new baby. What are the most accurate speed stats on the STi? 0-60, 1/4 mile...?
I need help just got an ots map stage 1 no intake. Today my dam drop to 0.875 and I got a -9.83 fkl then it drop to -5.83. it stayed there from 1k to 3k. Don't want to freak out but I need a little help anyone
Any thoughts on the new limited run STI? Only 500 available, so I imagine they will all be sold. I think they look nice and clean. Similar to the 2010 special edition but with a better white.
Where is this season's tv series?
Did it disappear ?
Did SRT USA structure change? It used to be vermont sport car that would run the racing program for Subi. Did it change with the creation of subaru motorsport usa?