Thread on Subaru Forum Nasioc: http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/showt... Mod list: Engine and Power stuff: -Locally built 2.6L -Darton Sleeves -102.5mm CP pistons "8.5:1" -Cobb Rods -cosworth rod and main bearings -factory crank -gutted factory oil pump -engine deck has been stainless steel O ringed to work with a SCE copper head gasket. -DPR stage 5 cams -Heads have seen a lot of time on the flow bench (313 CFM @ .45 lift) -2.5 mm over sized Ferrara intake valves -1.5mm over sized Exhaust valves -spark plug seats have been machined down so a standard 3/4" reach NGK plug -Ported TGV -Cosworth 14mm head studs -14mm studs that hold the block halves together -Custom built 4" turbo back Exhaust -custom built dual scroll up-pipe -Garrett GT4294R -Twin Tial 44mm wastegate -Tial BOV -modified twin scroll APS Exhaust manifold -Custom built large plenum intake manifold w/velocity stacks and long tapered runners. -Infinity Q45 90mm throttle body -Three intake walbro 255's (each 255 has a -6AN line that is fed to a fuel block and them a -10AN fuel line is ran to the engine bay were it feeds two -10AN fuel rails -1600cc top feed low impedance fuel injectors -10AN Aeromotive FPR -Hydra EMS Tranny power delivery: -ATS triple carbon clutch -As for the rest of the tranny and the power delivery items, They are stock because he is curious as to see at what power level these items start breaking. Suspension Chassis, braking: -Tein Flex Coilovers -Cusco rear sway bar -Cusco front strut tower brace -Carbon Cusco rear strut tower brace -Custom cromolly cage to be installed in the short future -factory STi braking system. Interior: - As little as possible - Sparco Evo L seats - Defi gauge's - Radio??? Radio who needs a stinkin radio Exterior: -Street--- Volk CE28Ns w/ 255/35-18 -Track--- PRODRIVE GC06H 17X8 w/ 275/40-17 mickey thompson ET streets. -Wingless -WRX hood scoop
HONDA S2000 700 HP VS subaru sti 550 HP
Nice modded subaru vs s2kcya little highway pull
Drag Race: VW Golf 7 R vs Subaru STI
When you think about a compact, powerful, all wheel drive car, it’s difficult not to think of the Subaru STI. It is a car that has defined a segment for as long as anyone cares to remember. But the times they are a’changing, and in some ways, the STI just hasn’t. Just a few years ago, this race would have been rather silly. But with the latest generation of Golf, VW has not only attacked the territory dominated by the STI, but is running wild. The current generation Subaru STI has exactly the same power output as the model it replaces: 206kW. As we learnt in our Golf R feature film - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vsA8g9Pjow, the Golf 7 R has 221kW. But that is only in Europe where it's cold. Here in Africa where it's hot, VW had to downtune the 2.0 litre, turbocharged motor to 206kW, lining it up squarely with the STI. Both cars have clever all wheel drive systems and I have no doubt that the STI would be quicker around a track; its simply more hardcore and better set up for that purpose. But in reality, most owners will need the cars to perform in a straight line, when pride is at stake at the traffic lights. And here’s the crucial difference: the STI is only available with a manual ‘box, while the Golf R can be fitted with DSG – VW’s double clutch gearbox. And so we were very excited to put these two unmodified cars together on Killarney’s quarter mile drag strip. We ran the race multiple times and this was the closest result… We’ll have many more drag race videos coming out over the next few weeks, featuring cars like the Mercedes CLS 63 AMG and the A 45 AMG, Audi S3 and VW Scirocco R. Make sure you don’t miss a thing by subscribing to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Carsdotcoza If you are interested in a used VW Golf, see our listings here: http://www.cars.co.za/usedcars/Volkswagen/Golf/GOLF-VII-2.0-TSI-R/ If you are interested in a used Subaru STI, see our listings here: http://www.cars.co.za/usedcars/Subaru/WRX/ -- Credits – Written, Directed and Presented Ciro De Siena DOP Warrick Le Sueur Assistants Mel Theunissen, Gino Lange and Daniel Finch Edit JJ Jordaan -- Thank you -- A huge thank you to the owners of the cars who made these videos possible.
30pnd 700hp Sti 1st run
1st run 11.7@144 mph