no its a lot like that one, but without it changing into th WRC. it shows the most bad ass shot of the BBS wheels while in a drift. not that id pay the 3000 they want for em. and thats w/o tires. what a jip. i'd say this was commercial #4. Blue WRX #2.
your blue STi sits poised on the horizon, ready to strike at a moments notice. unknowingly a yellow EVO VII has crossed into subie territory. subies are known for their frequent maulings of even the most agressive of challenger. this EVO challenges you on a stretch of wet tarmac. a formidable opponent. the responsible you kicks in and you tell yourself this isnt the time... but the EVO calls... that damn buzzing, why wont it stop. you cant take it anymore, the throttle is blipped, but this time by your STi. the turbo spools up and almost instanly your near the redline, the EVO tries to retort but alas, he has no STi, no horizontally opposed perfection. now realizing you've already entered the race you turn your eyes to the road, that wet, slippery, concrete slab of doom. ...thats the beauty of subaru all wheel drive... echoes from the WRX ads ring through your head. you suddenly feel more at ease but the guy in the EVO is nervous he senses something, his own fear. the EVO jumps the start but insisting that this be the only start you plunge into the throttle. the EVO has a car and a half on you before the turbo kicks, WHOOSH, second, third, fourth...damn... already above 100 on wet pavement... you've long forgotten the EVO but hes still there, somehow holding on, you squeese the gas and push ahead, only 3/4 throttle, no wonder he was there still. the EVO is left in a mist while you pursue you next victim, perhaps an F-body...
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1988 IROC 5-spd wee-05, but its still quick. the 305 is good for autocross though.
and my baby. 1978 Dodge Lil Red Eexpress. in all its hodrod glory, sidestacks and all.
future owner of both a WRX(2003) and STi(2005). thinking about trading our bug for a WRX.
zerepjd, thanks... i should major in advertising autos. id sell millions of hodrods....
Presenting the 2005 Pontiac Firdbird WS6 with the performance of the legendary LS1 combined with the fuel economy of your wifes Honda....
Welcome to the new Dodge Charger. with its 4.7 liter supercharged natural gas motor producing in over 325hp who says horsepower and enviromental conservation can't go hand in hand. and dont forget to bring the wife and kids, this is one family car that HAULS.
i got slogans pouring from my arse...
hmmmmm, a potential career... thankx JJ, if your forum wasnt here, id never thought of that.
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Thanks to the post indicating the Ravensblade section, I now know the sweet, aurally-indulgent sound of a ScoobySport exhaust.
This brings up a question of mine: does the addition of an exhaust system of that sort void the car's warranty, or just the warranty on the car's exhaust?
Okay, one more question: do exhaust systems such as the ScoobySport, Electra, and Borla/Blitz allow exhaust to flow more freely? Since the STi's other components are capable of coping with greater stresses, I don't really see why not to add just that one finishing touch to this work of art...
In the US, it's illegal for a car manufacturer to 'void' a warranty. BUT, if you go in for warranty service and they can prove that an aftermarket part is the cause of the problem, they don't have to cover the service.
Certain modifications to a car can void the car's warranty. I'm sure an aftermarket turbo or something equivalent would void the car's warranty. I don't think they would void the car's warranty for exhaust though.