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STM - HD2 EVO - Shake Down
The STM crew shake down, the HD2 EVO at a private test day prior to the Northern Nationals at Fram Autolight Dragway, Meremere, New Zealand. With a soft tune to get some data, the car went 1.17 to the 60'. We only got one pass in as we found tiny pinhole in the intake port of the cylinder head. This resulted in oil from the rocker cover entering the port at idle. The pin hole is the result of a thin section of the head casting where the head was ported which didn't show up until the car was put under some stress at the track. The car will be racing next at the South Island Champs. Thanks for all your support. See our build up thread of this car. http://www.speedtechnz.com/Builds/HD2+EVO+9+Drag+Car.html Thanks Motul - http://www.motul.co.nz Sparktech Ignitions - http://www.sparktechignitions.net/ HD2 - http://www.horizontaldrilling.co.nz/





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STM WRX - TRAITR 2
STM WRX TRAITR NZ's Quickest WRX





WRX Drag Car by C & V
C&V WRX





Worlds Fastest Stock Chassis AWD 4CYL Subaru WRX STI - 8.358@163.16 MPH
Video of Worlds Fastest Subaru WRX STI running an 8.358@163.16mph and yet to be beaten (22 Jan 2009). This car was run in AWD down the quarter mile, not in RWD as some ppl may think. The confusion is due to using RWD for the burnout to warm the big rear tires. Once the burnout is finished, the car is switched back into AWD again. It has a highly modified fully manualised Subaru Impreza 4EAT AWD transmission, with billet output shafts and custom AWD/RWD selection switch. The transmission can be purchased from Tony Rigoli Performance (TRP), for around $13K. It is modified to allow the driver to change between AWD/RWD at the flick of a switch. Also, the title specifically states "Worlds Fastest Stock Chassis AWD 4CYL Subaru WRX STI". So make sure you read that carefully and understand it is specific to stock chassis awd subaru's. So before posting any "someother car is faster" type of comments, make sure that other car is a subaru, is awd, is stock chassic and only has 4 cylinders. If it isn't, and it is about some evo or some full tube pro drag car, your comment will be deleted. CAR DETAILS Make: Subaru Model: V5 2 Door STI Driveline: AWD Engine: EJ20 Sleeved Stage 3 Cylinders: 4 Power: 618hp (measured on a Dyno) Best E.T: 8.341 @ 158.69mph Induction: Innovative T72, Custom MOOD Motorsport Intercooler, Modified MY01 plenum, 8 x 1600cc injectors, Enderle 110 mechanical fuel pump, 4-1 extractors, 2 stage NOS Internals: TRP Sleeves, Forged Mahle pistons, billet conrods, copper head gaskets, O-Ringed head & block, TRP 14mm Headstuds, Stage 3 heads, dry sump system Ignition: Microtech X4 with MSD coil packs Exhaust: 3.5" Straight through Engine Management: Microtech LT-10 Boost Control: HKS 60mm Wastegate, turbosmart eBoost 60psi Video from Tony Rigoli Performance (www.trp.com.au).





Subaru WRX STI Isle of Man: Flat Out - The Full Lap
Check out the Full Lap of the WRX STI at Isle of Man.





Maryland 2008 Fastech Motorsports wrx drag car
Maryland 2008 9 second passes





Subaru Impreza WRX STI (GRB) 775Ps
Για κείμενο, φωτό και χαρακτηριστικά του αυτοκινήτου: http://www.speednation.tv/?article=subaru-wrx-sti-grb-2 For article, pics and car specs: http://www.speednation.tv/?article=subaru-wrx-sti-grb-2&lang=en Music: Sail - Awolnation Transformers: Dark of the Moon OST - Paramore: Monster Shot on: Canon EOS 60D, Panasonic HDC-SD 700, GoPro HD Motorsports Hero http://www.speednation.tv Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/Speednation.tv





WRX Drag by Flat 4 Performance - 1st 9sec Manual WRX in Australia
True Street Trim Subaru WRX Impreza. Running on Pump Fuel / Shell V Power ( 98 Octane ) Car and Driver weight 3250 pound Time run on BFG Dot radial tyre. Time: 9.9sec Mph: 149mph 60ft: 1.70sec 1/2 track: 114.20mph Power: 653hp / 487kw at all 4 tyres (820hp at Flywheel) Built by: Flat 4 Performance Owned by: Errol Brittain & Serge LaMonaca Driven by: Errol True Street! NO NOS / NO RACE FUEL / NO SLICKS





STM Project DS9 - 8.63 @ 164MPH
David Stock driving his STM prepared EVO 9 to a new PB of 8.63 @ 164mph at Masterton Motorplex, Masterton, New Zealand. 9th of January 2010. STM | Speedtech Motorsport Ltd Performance Vehicle Specialists http://www.speedtechnz.com





Huge Flames - HD2 Racing RWD Drag EVO - STM Dyno Tune
The HD2 Racing EVO 9 gets tuned by Andre Simon at STM, Wellington, New Zealand. See the complete build up here: http://www.speedtechnz.com/Builds/HD2+EVO+9+Drag+Car.html Thanks: Horizontal Drilling Division - http://www.horizontaldrilling.co.nz/ Motul NZ - http://www.motul.co.nz/ SparkTech Ignitions - http://www.sparktechignitions.net/ More about STM - http://www.speedtechnz.com





The Gobstopper (bitchin)
Awesome car control. Super tidy. (ish)





Emery@STM going for some 9s in their Full Weight SSL Evo!
Emery gunning for some 9 second passes in his and Shawna's Full weight SSL 650+whp Evo! Buschur 2.0LR 35R E85 AEM EMS tuned by Emery@STM Stock Brakes, Hoosier Drag Radials on MR Wheels Drove the car 3.5 hours to the track, did passes exactly how it is driven everday, drove home!





Subaru WRX STi vs Audi S3 Saloon
Does the new Subaru WRX STi live up to its predecessors - and can it match the new Audi S3 Saloon? Subscribe to our YouTube channel http://bit.ly/11Ad1j1 Subscribe to the mag http://subscribe.autoexpress.co.uk/yt The Subaru WRX STi and Audi S3 Saloon may not seem like obvious rivals, but both have the same power output and distant rally heritage to call upon for their performance kudos. At £33,245 with a six-speed manual gearbox, the Audi S3 is more expensive than the Subaru, but the £28,995 WRX clearly doesn't have the premium badge and upmarket cabin of its Audi rival. With 407Nm, the Subaru has a fraction more torque than the 380Nm Audi, but it's where that torque arrives that really makes the difference. In the Subaru you've got to wait until 4,000rpm to get peak torque, whereas in the punchy Audi it arrives at just 1,800rpm. These cars have got very different characters. There was a time when we thought the new WRX wasn't going to come to the UK but fast Subaru fans can relax - it's finally here. In an age when cars are accused of all looking and feeling the same, there's no doubting that a WRX doesn't feel or look like anything else on the road. Performance car fans will forgive the Subaru's cabin because this car is all about the driving experience and if you've driven a WRX before then this new car will feel very familiar. First of all the boxer engine sounds the same, you've got that unique sound from about 4,000rpm as you start to work it hard. You've got a gearbox that's got quite a short shift on each change, with a slightly notchy, quite mechanical feel, and the steering is very fast but at the same time quite light - which can be a bit disconcerting. It's also got quite aggressive self-centring, but once you get used to it you realise that that's a contributing factor to what makes this car feel so agile. This is a car that you really will enjoy on the average British road. The first thing you notice is when you get into the Audi S3 is the upmarket interior is in a different league to the Subaru. It's a real contrast to the dated cabin of the Subaru. The driving experience is completely different, too. Where the Subaru is really vigorous all the time, the Audi is very relaxed: it drives like any other well-sorted fast Audi. But the performance is there: it's got the same power as the Subaru's engine. In the Audi you've got really instant power all the time so you don't feel like you've got to work the engine so hard. And the handling's pretty accomplished as well. The steering's not as sharp and the way that the diffs work is not as aggressive but there's plenty of traction, decent body control and the car turns in nicely. It's not a thrilling car on a road like this but it's just very accomplished. Off the line, both cars have superb traction, but the Audi is nearly 100Kg lighter than the Subaru, and that shows by the time we reach 60mph. The S3 punches to 60 in 5.4 seconds, whereas the Subaru is 2 tenths behind at 5.6 seconds. So which car comes out on top in our test? Well, Subaru fans will love the sound of the WRX's boxer engine and the car's unique character. But the Audi has a much nicer cabin, it was faster in the drag race and it's a nicer car to live with day-to-day. Yes, it's more expensive, but if you want a fast, comfortable and stylish performance saloon, the Audi S3 is the one for us.





2015 Subaru WRX STI: The Daily Driver Rally Car Returns! - Ignition Ep. 107
On this episode of Ignition, Carlos Lago tests the latest generation of the perennial rally car favorite: The 2015 Subaru WRX STI. Much like the new WRX, this STI has an entirely new and significantly stiffer body structure, but unlike the WRX, it still uses the same 305 horsepower 2.5-liter turbocharged flat-four that's powered the car since 2008. Our introduction to the car occurs at the press launch at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. From there, we test the STI to see the performance improvements and drive it on one of our favorite mountain roads. How does the new STI stack up? Stay tuned to find out. Ignition appears every other Monday on the Motor Trend youtube channel. http://www.youtube.com/motortrend Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsAegdhiYLEoaFGuJFVrqFQ?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook - http://facebook.com/motortrendmag & https://www.facebook.com/mt.ignition Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend & https://twitter.com/mt_ignition Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+motortrend/posts Instagram - @mt_ignition Website - http://www.motortrend.com





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