Impreza GDB vs 2x Lamborghini and Ferrari F430 on Highway
On the way back from Pattaya to Bangkok, Thailand. Sorry for the shaky
camera, I had my iPhone on a Nokia holder which I happened to have on the
wind shield, plus the road in Thailand is terrible, the first part is my gf
holding and obviously she has worst hands.
2x Orange and Black Lamborghini Gallardo and Ferrari 430 vs. Subaru Impreza
WRX STi V-Limited 2003 stock turbo
(VF37), HKS SSQV BOV, Tomei Exhaust
Manifold+frontpipe+uppipe, ECU reflash, Cobb SF Intake, 300whp, but no
match for those super-cars anyway...
GDB S203 Vs. GC8 STI
SUBARU IMPREZA GDB S203 Vs. SUBARUIMPREZA GC8 STI
GDB Boost @1.5bar 6MT FLASHING ROM
GC8 Boost @1.1bar 5MT HKS FCON V PRO
Rolling on 1st gear
Rat Rod vs Lamborghini Aventador! Roadkill Episode 5
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370z speeding on Thailand's Highway with Sportbkk
This driving scene is not a race. Just a friendly cruise among friends.
370z modification: Amuse R1 Titanium Exhaust, BERK High Flow Cat, Enlarged
Custom-made Y-Pipe. K&N Drop in Air filters, Setrab 25 rows oil cooler,
Mishimoto Thermostat, KW variant 3 coilovers, Varis Carbon fiber full
aeroparts and wings. Advance ZD sport package indicator.
2015 Subaru WRX STI: Everything You Need To Know -- AFTER/DRIVE
Subaru's newest STI has been criticized for keeping the same 300+hp engine
as the previous STI. Others were turned off by its new design. But is the
2015 STI actually a far better car, despite its specs? We find out. With
Jason Harper, Bloomberg News and Automobile; and Travis Okulski, deputy
editor of Jalopnik.
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