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Old 08-27-2008, 07:59 PM   #1
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This is where you can share your fast N/A to the world. You can post up anything; Strip, Dyno, Track, Dirt, but NOT STREET!! This isnt about street racing!!

Pictures and Videos of your 2.5i/RS/2.5RS are always welcome...so post them up!!
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Old 08-28-2008, 01:06 AM   #2
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You've no idea how tempting it is to post a video of me just driving down the street...

Anyway.

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Basic Suspension: Full STi Front End Conversion w/ caster-adding forged aluminum control arms, USDM STi Springs, Tokico D-Specs, Paranoid Fabrications 1/4" Saggy Butt Shims, Kartboy front and rear endlinks, Whiteline 22mm Adj RSB, Whiteline QR Rear STB, GT-Spec ALK, Vorshalg Motorsports camber plates, Whiteline KCA313 Roll Center Adjustment Kit, Turn In Concepts Fender Braces
Bushings: Full STi Group N Lateral Link, Trailing Link, and Rear Strut Mount Set, Kartboy Tranny Crossmember, TiC Comfort Rear Diff, Whiteline Steering Rack Bushings, Kartboy Outrigger Bushings, Kartboy Front and Rear Shifter Stay Bushings, TiC 5MT Shifter Pivot Bushing, TiC Shifter Linkage Update w/Bushings
Brakes: TiC HTS:Bearing titanium brake shims, Goodridge EDM stainless lines w/stainless fittings, StopTech Street Performance pads, Centric Premium rotors, TiC Master Cylinder Brace
Competition: Custom flat-bottom front skidplate, Primitive Racing 3/16ths Rear Diff Protector, Alfa Club Rally Odometer/Chronometer, Schroth Rallye 4 Quick-Fit Harness for the Navi
Powertrain: Techworks Engineering 4-2-1 High-Output Stainless Steel Header Coated by Swaintech, Stromung SS 2.25" Midpipe, Group A Performance Lightweight Crank Pulley, Hybrid Silentake, Group A Performance Throttle Body Spacer, RomRaided, Delta 1000 Cams
Electronics: Hawker Odyssey PC-1400 Battery, Hella Rallye 1000 FF Driving Lights and 500FF fog lights, Rear Deck Light Addition, Map Light Addition, Hella Supertones, Innovate Motorsports LC-1 WBO2 w/XD-16, STRi X-Line Oil Temp Gauge, STRi X-Line Oil Pressure Gauge, Icom IC-208H, Midland 1001Z, Larsen NMO2/70B and NMO27B, Uniden Bearcat ESP-20 and ESP-5
Rolly Bits: Summer-16" OEM wheels in Dunlop Direzza Z1 Star Specs | Winter-16" OEM Wheels in Hankook Icebear W300s
Body: Front Grille Center Pillar Delete, DIY Big Assed d@mn Serious Rally Style Mudflaps, Aluminum Hood
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Old 08-28-2008, 01:10 AM   #3
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^^^^^ D***!! How long did it take you to get from stock to where you are now?
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Old 08-28-2008, 01:25 AM   #4
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Car is almost exactly 4 years old. It was bone stock for 2 years. I did sway, endlinks, and strut brace about 2 years ago. Then, over the last 14-16 months, everything else happened.
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Old 08-28-2008, 11:42 PM   #5
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you didnt get out of that snow, did u?
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Old 08-28-2008, 11:46 PM   #6
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you didnt get out of that snow, did u?
haha that looks damn deep.
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Old 08-28-2008, 11:58 PM   #7
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why cant i post pics?
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Old 08-29-2008, 12:00 AM   #8
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you didnt get out of that snow, did u?
Yeah, I did. I just had to dig the snow out from underneath the cars until the wheels touched something again and then I rammed through the snow wall.
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Old 08-29-2008, 12:00 AM   #9
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haha that looks damn deep.
Yeah, it was about 36" deep there.
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Old 08-29-2008, 12:28 AM   #10
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Thats cool. I would setup a Rally car with my N/A but here in CA there isnt much of that going on. Either street or Rock-Crawling and I dont think the 2.5i could handle 3 feet rocks well haha.
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Old 08-29-2008, 12:32 AM   #11
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i went to colege in sac and remember crazy rallys in the mountains , folsom is even closer.

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Thats cool. I would setup a Rally car with my N/A but here in CA there isnt much of that going on. Either street or Rock-Crawling and I dont think the 2.5i could handle 3 feet rocks well haha.
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Old 08-29-2008, 12:34 AM   #12
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here is one right here dude! your name does have kid in it so its cool guy . you should explore your world dude cali has everything. http://northnevadarally.com/ thats like 2 hours from your driveway.
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Old 08-29-2008, 12:37 AM   #13
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You've no idea how tempting it is to post a video of me just driving down the street...

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Basic Suspension: Full Sedan Front End Conversion, USDM STi Springs, Tokico D-Specs, Paranoid Fabrications 1/4" Saggy Butt Shims, PolTec Heavy-Duty Endlinks, Whiteline 22mm Adj RSB, Whiteline QR Rear STB, GT-Spec ALK, Whiteline Max-C Motorsport camber plates, Whiteline KCA313 Roll Center Adjustment Kit, Turn In Concepts Fender Braces
Bushings: Full STi Group N Lateral Link, Trailing Link, and Rear Strut Mount Set, Kartboy Tranny Crossmember, TiC Comfort Rear Diff, Whiteline Steering Rack, Interestingly Hacked Outrigger Bushings
Brakes: OEM blank rotors, Carbotech Bobcat Pads, TechnaFit Stainless Steel Brake Lines, ATE Superblue Racing Brake Fluid
Competition: Primitive Racing 3/16ths Front Skidplate and Rear Diff Protector, Alfa Club Rally Odometer/Chronometer, Schroth Rallye 4 Quick-Fit Harness for the Navi
Powertrain: Stainless Steel Borla-Replica UEL Header Coated with Extreme Sterling by Jet-Hot, Stromung SS 2.25" Midpipe, DIY Catch Can, Group A Performance Lightweight Crank Pulley, Hybrid Silentake, Group A Performance Throttle Body Spacer, RomRaided
Electronics: Hawker Odyssey PC-680MJT Battery, Hella Rallye 1000 FF Driving Lights and Micro DE Fog Lights, Rear Deck Light Addition, Map Light Addition, Hella Supertones, Innovate Motorsports LC-1 WBO2 w/ LED Gauge, Icom IC-208H, Midland 1001Z, Larsen NMO2/70B and NMO27B, Uniden Bearcat ESP-20 and ESP-5
Rolly Bits: Summer-16" OEM wheels in Falken FK452s | Winter-16" OEM Wheels in Hankook Icebear W300s
Body: Front Grille Center Pillar Delete, DIY Big Assed d@mn Serious Rally Style Mudflaps, Obsessive Amounts of RAAMmat and Ensolite
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Interior: DIY Hypoallergenic Cabin Air Filter, GC-Lock, S204ed Center Console











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dude i never realized how similar are setups are. hey what do you think of your Whiteline KCA313 Roll Center Adjustment Kit.
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Old 08-29-2008, 12:40 AM   #14
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dude i never realized how similar are setups are. hey what do you think of your Whiteline KCA313 Roll Center Adjustment Kit.
It was a nice, but subtle, change. It just kind of makes the front end go about its business with less drama and more assurance.
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Old 08-29-2008, 12:40 AM   #15
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You've no idea how tempting it is to post a video of me just driving down the street...

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2005 Impreza 2.5RS Wagon in Regal Blue Pearl
Basic Suspension: Full Sedan Front End Conversion, USDM STi Springs, Tokico D-Specs, Paranoid Fabrications 1/4" Saggy Butt Shims, PolTec Heavy-Duty Endlinks, Whiteline 22mm Adj RSB, Whiteline QR Rear STB, GT-Spec ALK, Whiteline Max-C Motorsport camber plates, Whiteline KCA313 Roll Center Adjustment Kit, Turn In Concepts Fender Braces
Bushings: Full STi Group N Lateral Link, Trailing Link, and Rear Strut Mount Set, Kartboy Tranny Crossmember, TiC Comfort Rear Diff, Whiteline Steering Rack, Interestingly Hacked Outrigger Bushings
Brakes: OEM blank rotors, Carbotech Bobcat Pads, TechnaFit Stainless Steel Brake Lines, ATE Superblue Racing Brake Fluid
Competition: Primitive Racing 3/16ths Front Skidplate and Rear Diff Protector, Alfa Club Rally Odometer/Chronometer, Schroth Rallye 4 Quick-Fit Harness for the Navi
Powertrain: Stainless Steel Borla-Replica UEL Header Coated with Extreme Sterling by Jet-Hot, Stromung SS 2.25" Midpipe, DIY Catch Can, Group A Performance Lightweight Crank Pulley, Hybrid Silentake, Group A Performance Throttle Body Spacer, RomRaided
Electronics: Hawker Odyssey PC-680MJT Battery, Hella Rallye 1000 FF Driving Lights and Micro DE Fog Lights, Rear Deck Light Addition, Map Light Addition, Hella Supertones, Innovate Motorsports LC-1 WBO2 w/ LED Gauge, Icom IC-208H, Midland 1001Z, Larsen NMO2/70B and NMO27B, Uniden Bearcat ESP-20 and ESP-5
Rolly Bits: Summer-16" OEM wheels in Falken FK452s | Winter-16" OEM Wheels in Hankook Icebear W300s
Body: Front Grille Center Pillar Delete, DIY Big Assed d@mn Serious Rally Style Mudflaps, Obsessive Amounts of RAAMmat and Ensolite
ICE: Pioneer DEH-3900MP, Pioneer CD-IB100II iPod Controller, Pioneer TS-D161R 6-1/2" Kevlar 2-Ways
Interior: DIY Hypoallergenic Cabin Air Filter, GC-Lock, S204ed Center Console











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dude i never realized how similar are setups are. hey what do you think of your Whiteline KCA313 Roll Center Adjustment Kit.
I love it when people quote an entire post, including 5 pictures, just to make a statement or ask a question that didn't necessitate repeating everything again!
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Old 08-29-2008, 12:42 AM   #16
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It was a nice, but subtle, change. It just kind of makes the front end go about its business with less drama and more assurance.
uhh sweet. pretty much how i like my women
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Old 08-29-2008, 12:43 AM   #17
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I love it when people quote an entire post, including 5 pictures, just to make a statement or ask a question that didn't necessitate repeating everything again!
Yeah, I was thinking that myself. Just didn't bother to say anything.
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Old 08-29-2008, 12:44 AM   #18
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since we're venting like women "mr" olsen. whats wrong little guy did your uncle forget to touch you tonight?

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Old 08-29-2008, 12:46 AM   #19
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dude, not to burst your bubble but i still get no voltage spike from my sri!!!!! i logged today and everthing was cool

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Yeah, I was thinking that myself. Just didn't bother to say anything.
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Old 08-29-2008, 01:29 AM   #20
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dude, not to burst your bubble but i still get no voltage spike from my sri!!!!! i logged today and everthing was cool
Don't threadjack. Start a new thread in the NA forum.


And, btw, Pat is right about it being dumb for your to quote the entire friggen post including pictures.
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Old 08-29-2008, 01:30 AM   #21
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Oh, my initial post edited to add the mods I did tonight.
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Old 08-29-2008, 01:34 AM   #22
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since we're venting like women "mr" olsen. whats wrong little guy did your uncle forget to touch you tonight?
He was just pointing out that you could have edited the quote to make the rest of us lazy bastards not have to scroll so far!

You know, real estate is getting pricey these days, real or digital...

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Old 08-29-2008, 02:16 AM   #23
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Whatever I hit quote and that's what happened. Howis discussing the car you posted "thread jacking"
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Old 08-29-2008, 02:33 AM   #24
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watchunglava - You can shorten quoted text by editing what's between the quote tags. They normally look like: [ quote = username ] blah blah [ / quote ].

Though not practiced by a large number of people, it's generally considered good etiquette to shorten extremely long quotes (especially ones with pics) to only the content you're specifically referencing. Just makes the thread easier to read for everyone. It also cuts down on the load time for people on slower connections.

As far as the hijacking, I think he meant that the OP wants to know about fast NA cars, not MAF voltage spikes. While the MAF issue does affect williaty's car, there is an entire thread devoted to that subject, or you can make your own, and leave this thread open for fast NA cars...

I dunno why I'm taking the time to explain this to you when so many other people can't seem to follow same simple unspoken rules. Nothing personal, just think you might not know.
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