2011 Subaru STi Sedan
2011 WRB Subaru Impreza WRX STi Sedan
RA mudflaps (black with red)
3k hid fog lights.
20% tint all around.
Vinyl gloss black roof.
JDM rear foglight
Thule roof rack with Thule 38' fairing
HPT motorsports front lip
yellow over layer fog lights
Hard wired radar.
WCLathewerks 3' brushed aluminum shift extender.
3M Di-noc interior trim wrapped.
recaro headrest pillows.
killer B automotive sphere shift knob
defi advanced CR 60mm Boost gauge
AEM UEGO 52mm wideband
gauges mounted in custom cut above rearview mirror pop from FASTWRX.com
kartboy front & rear bushings
Cobb SF intake + airbox
Invidia q300 catback
Invidia catless DP ceramic coated
NGK one step colder spark plugs
Walbro 255 fuelpump
Grimmspeed IWG block off bracket
Tial 38mm EWG
GFB stealth fx adjustable recirc/hybrid BOV
Gold heat tape TMIC
engine enamel on y-pipe/STi logo on tmic
work emotion XT7 18x9.5+38 custom florescent highlighter yellow
tires: sumitomo HTR Z III 275/35/18
BC BR coilovers 8k/10k
GTspec front strut bar
Perrin 25mm front sway
Perrin 22mm rear sway
Kartboy front and rear endlinks
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2011 Subaru STi acceleration 0-60, 0-120, 0-130mph.
Turning 2011 STi. These are baseline pulls with Accessport v2 stage 2 ots
maps. Tuning nearly complete will have comparison vid up next.
Check out the latest tune with more psi and meth added:
STI vs. Evo Rally Road Test
The Subaru Impreza WRX STI takes on the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo on this
rally-based road test. Read the full road test and see the photos at:
2011 Subaru Impreza WRX STI
A little something different as the Edmunds.com testing team gets dirty in
the 2011 Subaru Impreza WRX STI.
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Travis Pastrana sets record for Mt. Washington hillclimb
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The 149-year-old Mt. Washington Auto Road has seen the likes of horses and
carriages, camels, people, bicycles and most famously, competition race
cars. On September 8th, Traveling at an average speed of nearly 72mph in a
Vermont SportsCar prepared, BFGoodrich Tires-shod 2011 Subaru Impreza WRX
STI rally car, four-time Rally America National Champion Travis Pastrana
made sure the project name, Red Bull Speed Chasers, lived up to its name.
He reached the summit faster than
anyone else in history by clocking an officially timed run of 6 minutes
20.47 seconds, besting the previous record by more than twenty seconds.
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2011 WRX STI Sets Speed Record
At Subaru, the phrase "The Fastest WRX STI Ever" refers to more than just
top speed or maximum engine output. It implies driving with confidence. The
WRX STI can be taken to its "fastest ever" performance by providing the
driver with total driving control with confidence. As a result, the 2011
WRX STI recorded 7'55''00 at the Nürburgring racetrack, Subaru's fastest
lap time ever, which is 4 seconds faster than the previous fastest time
recorded in 2004.
2011 Subaru WRX STI
Subaru is making the asphalt burning STI even more fun to drive with key
upgrades to the suspension. Bumper2Bumpertv recently had a week of fun
driving one which can make a daily commute a lot more interesting
2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution vs 2011 Subaru WRX STI
Auto123.com's track test (+ complete photo gallery) at http://bit.ly/hqWaek
- Honk if these two cars make you horn—I mean get you excited and
conjure up scenes from the Safari or Monte Carlo rallies or any great
rallying event from the late 90s and early 2000s. Yes, these two cars
certainly are war machines from their respective manufacturers and both
have created and sustained rival followings for the better part of the last