Mom's reaction to launching a 2013 Subaru STi
So I picked up my mom from the airport the other day.. Drove home very conservatively, in Intelligent mode the whole time, never going over 2 psi of Boost. When we were close to home she says to me, "meh this car isn't nearly as fast as I thought." I said nothing. Today, I showed her how 'not fast' the car really is.
2013 STi Sedan WRB
EFI Pro Tune
Invidia Catted Q300 turboback Exhaust
Deatschwerks DW65C Fuel Pump
Grimmspeed Ceramic Heatshield
Cobb SF Intake
Video shot w/ GoPro Hero2
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.
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- Mitsubishi Evolution 9 Breaks Loose - Project DS9 - 10.16 @ 135 MPH
David Stock driving his STM prepared EVO 9 at the 2010 4 and Rotary Nationals held at Fram Autolite Dragway, Meremere, New Zealand. On this pass David selected third and the car broke loose, Dave managed to keep control of the car but had to get out of the throttle. 10.16 @ 135mph. 31st of January 2010.
STM | Speedtech Motorsport Ltd
Performance Vehicle Specialists
PLAY3R wrx on dyno
My car on its power tune on the Dyno at Tony Rigoli Performance in Sydney with Dominic rigoli in the pilots seat, made 392.5 kilowatts at all four wheels @8196rpm through an auto box with B&M shifter running 33lbs Boost on C16 fuel. (best run was 394.5kw atw or 530hp at the wheels).
Runs a stroked 2.7ltr motor, 800hp innovative turbo, 4 x 1200cc injectors, 100hp shot of NOS (only used in 1st gear for launching), 4EAT transmission with manual shift, R180 rear end, big control arms, chrome moly axels, oil cooler, transmission cooler the list goes on for ages!! Hoping for a mid-high 9 second quarter mile soon......
The gearbox allows you to have a switch inside the cabin (which disconnects the front shaft) that gives you the option to change from AWD (all wheel drive) to RWD (rear wheel drive) which is great for long powerskids, warm up burnouts etc...
have had the rear end really beefed up to handle all this power in RWD so it doesnt break. Rigoli's tried to Dyno it in RWD to get a figure but the wheels kept spinning on the Dyno so couldnt get a clean reading.
"The Big Block Chevy Experiment"
What would happen if you took a 460 BBC out of a Camaro that ran 10.60s and dropped it into an altered? The test vehicle is Matsuda Racing's '48 Fiat Topolino altered (normally powered by a blown alcohol small block Chevy). Video by Linda Matsuda.