sti vs srt4
sti intake,downpipe,Exhaust,wallbro255 fuel pump and tuned @19.5psi srt4 intake 3inch turbo back stage2 injectors wastegate actuator(kinetic) mopar stage 1 ecu and a turbo xs d-tec fuel computer street tuned @20psi both cars had 2 people in it sti full audio system temp77
Turbo 5spd Subaru SVX at the track
Phil's turbo SVX 5spd running only 3.5 lbs of Boost, turning pretty decent 14.5 second tmes. Keep in mind most SVXs run mid to high 15s, or low 16s! They were NOT built for the track, they were designed as highway bruisers, NOT street racers. :) So knocking a full 1.5-2 seconds of the stock time is pretty good. :)
My 1992 Subaru SVX
have had it for almost 4 weeks but havnt had time for the video yet. has a 4.44 trans swap and an lsd. the headunit is out of an older wrx from what i was told. has the stock Exhaust and a bad resonator. thats the rattle you here when i revved it. gonna get the Exhaust done and im looking for a nice rumble at idle and a nice roar at accel. any tips on a good Exhaust appriciated.
SVX Exhaust Exterior
Revving of my custom SVX Exhaust from outside the car.
Header-back Exhaust consists of 2.25" pipe off the headers, Magnaflow pre-cats, Catco 2-1 main cat, 2.5" pipe from the cat-back, with a 24" Magnaflow straight-thru 4" muffler (in place of the stock resonator), and a Bullet Camaro muffler, with Magnaflow tips. Design is based on Tom's awesome cat-back SVX Exhaust at http://www.allwelldrive.net, with some minor differences (larger resonator muffler further back in the layout), and fabrication was by Dave at C&C Automotive (http://www.candcauto.us).
Diagram available here: http://www.seccs.org/gallery/Car%20Pictures/1994%20SVX/SVX%20Exhaust/svx_Exhaust_to_scale_as_built.jpg
2011 STI vs 458 ITD 7 Chuckwalla Valley Raceway CCW
2011 Subaru STI chasing and getting a point by from a Ferrari at Chuckwalla Valley Raceway.
GoProHero on WVGA setting mounted on the left fender.
STI is just with simple bolt ons:
DC Sports Exhaust
AEM Cold Air Intake
Cobb Accessport OTS Stage 2
KW v3 coilovers
Cusco Rear Lower Control Arms
Volk Racing TE37SL 18x10
Toyo R1R 265/35R18
Whiteline MaxC Camber plates
Project Mu Club Racer brake pads
Evasive Motorsports Precision Alignment
Dave Mirra Stages Comeback to Finish 2nd Overall at Season Opener Sno*Drift Rally
(January 31, 2011) Subaru Rally Team USA driver Dave Mirra achieved a rally career best 2nd Overall finish at the season opening Sno*Drift Rally via a comeback late in the rally. Mirra, at the wheel of his 2011 Subaru Impreza WRX STI rally car, patiently moved up the leaderboard after a tire puncture early in the rally dropped him down to 5th Overall.
Driving smooth and mistake free Mirra, with co-driver Marshall Clarke, caught and overhauled 2nd overall position on the penultimate stage of the rally. The 2011 Sno*Drift Rally, held in snowy northern Michigan was round one of the six round 2011 Rally America National Championship.
Mirra's new teammate, multi-time British and American Rally champion David Higgins, co-driven by Craig Drew, made his competition debut with Subaru Rally Team USA at the 2011 Sno*Drift Rally. Higgins led the rally briefly before an engine issue forced him to retire from the event late on day one.
The Sno*Drift Rally featured nearly 130 miles of snow and ice-covered roads in northern Michigan with nearly one third of the miles run at night. Constantly changing weather and road conditions historically make this rally one of the most difficult in the Rally America Championship. The event is made even more challenging due to Rally America rules that prohibit the use of spiked or studded ice tires, placing a premium on traction.