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Old 12-30-2008, 05:33 PM   #26
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How did this guy make so much HP from pump gas?

Damn I guess Subarus just can't big high HP street machines.
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Old 12-30-2008, 05:42 PM   #27
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One word H6..
How do you say that as a word?

(pronounced) aitch six......thats two words!
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Old 12-30-2008, 05:51 PM   #28
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Here is your answer. I call it the Subugatti as it runs 10's at 4500~ ft at 135 mph. See level, just as fast as a veyron in the drag.

http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show...d+an+built+800
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Old 12-30-2008, 06:38 PM   #29
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everyone keeps bringing up a z06......a 600whp zo6 wouldnt stand a chance at a properly built 600whp sti......and ud have to put prob just as much money to get the zo6 to 600whp because parts are double cause of the namme corvette....plus an 02 zo6 is a waste!!!!400 at the crank and heavy!!!! ive got an 07 c6 white corvette nd i raised a 2004 zo6 with a chip intake and exhaust from a roll with a decent driver friend of mine and walked him by about 1.5 cars...... and my car isnt tht crazy against other imports i lost to 20g evo made about 390-410 on pump.....50trim srt-4 so corvettes rnt all their cracked up to be NICE car to drive get alot of attention but not race cars...
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Old 12-30-2008, 06:50 PM   #30
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^^ any built ls motor will outlast an built ej motor.

the corvette is a better choice for raw power, it cna make 600 @ the wheel in NA trim, no turbos or overly built motors IMO..

it'd probably keep up with an sti on a road course too.

if u want a 600 whp 4 cyl turbo car that will last build a turbo civic or get a dsm!!
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Old 12-30-2008, 07:08 PM   #31
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lol....i dont think we wanna start down that road....

but personally, i'd take a $20k car that can run 11's stock over a 600whp unreliable money pit.....

me too, but ignorance was bliss
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Old 12-30-2008, 07:26 PM   #32
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How do you say that as a word?

(pronounced) aitch six......thats two words!


hahahahah TWO WORDS THEN...
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Old 12-30-2008, 08:14 PM   #33
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go buy an Evo
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Old 12-30-2008, 08:34 PM   #34
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yeah unfortunetly an evo can do it^^^
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Old 12-30-2008, 09:02 PM   #35
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How did this guy make so much HP from pump gas?

Damn I guess Subarus just can't big high HP street machines.
This car is a daily driver on straight 93oct pump, and has no issues, and let me say, it is a hell of alot of FUN!!! I feel like i am the king of the road when i am driving it, and i don't back from anyone (Z06'S). I don't make arrangements to race illegally but if i'm on the road and happen to come across anyone that want's to test me, then we go for it
Buying a ZO6 that runs 11's is nice, but to me, i would be just another one. I could say the same about the EVO too, what i like about the subaru is the challenge.
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Old 12-30-2008, 09:24 PM   #36
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build that will last........a dsm!!
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Old 12-30-2008, 09:47 PM   #37
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This car is a daily driver on straight 93oct pump, and has no issues, and let me say, it is a hell of alot of FUN!!! I feel like i am the king of the road when i am driving it, and i don't back from anyone (Z06'S). I don't make arrangements to race illegally but if i'm on the road and happen to come across anyone that want's to test me, then we go for it
Buying a ZO6 that runs 11's is nice, but to me, i would be just another one. I could say the same about the EVO too, what i like about the subaru is the challenge.
Right on I cant agree more..the challenge is the main thing i bought the subie, I had a choice to get a EVO but I always like to be the underdog... subaru is very understimated and I appreciate the guys that take time and take them into the next level...for instance we have now wrx/STi that are running low 9`s on a street class thats impressive to me because not too long we gon have a whole bunch running 8`s all day.
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Old 12-30-2008, 10:01 PM   #38
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everyone keeps bringing up a z06......a 600whp zo6 wouldnt stand a chance at a properly built 600whp sti......and ud have to put prob just as much money to get the zo6 to 600whp because parts are double cause of the namme corvette....plus an 02 zo6 is a waste!!!!400 at the crank and heavy!!!! ive got an 07 c6 white corvette nd i raised a 2004 zo6 with a chip intake and exhaust from a roll with a decent driver friend of mine and walked him by about 1.5 cars...... and my car isnt tht crazy against other imports i lost to 20g evo made about 390-410 on pump.....50trim srt-4 so corvettes rnt all their cracked up to be NICE car to drive get alot of attention but not race cars...
Are you serious! Put some drag tires on that vette, go to the track and hit 1.3-1.5, 60fts all day. A subi can't do that. If you are street racing, then any AWD car has the advantage off the line. One the highway the vette is a monster. You either bought a dud z06 or you need to learn how to drive it. You shouldn't be losing that bad in roll races against some of these cars. Plus parts for a vette aren't that bad. You don't have to do that much to the LS7 platform to make it faster. A simple cam change or even a shot of the laughing gas will net you some serious HP.

Subarus are fun to mod, but can't make the crazy HP that some other car platforms can. The engine design just limits the capability.
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Old 12-30-2008, 11:33 PM   #39
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This car is a daily driver on straight 93oct pump, and has no issues, and let me say, it is a hell of alot of FUN!!! I feel like i am the king of the road when i am driving it, and i don't back from anyone (Z06'S). I don't make arrangements to race illegally but if i'm on the road and happen to come across anyone that want's to test me, then we go for it
Buying a ZO6 that runs 11's is nice, but to me, i would be just another one. I could say the same about the EVO too, what i like about the subaru is the challenge.
I'm curious how you're making that much power on 93 without blowing up your motor, what's the secret?
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Old 12-30-2008, 11:41 PM   #40
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its no secret dsm's arent reliable but..

id put my $$ on a 35r'd GSX outlasting and outrunning a 35r'd ej257 any day.
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Old 12-31-2008, 12:08 AM   #41
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its no secret dsm's arent reliable but..

id put my $$ on a 35r'd GSX outlasting and outrunning a 35r'd ej257 any day.
I wouldn't put money on a stock turbo DSM outlasting a 35r'd ej257. Even if the motor doesn't let go, something else will.

<----Former DSM owner.
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i'll be happy with 400whp. for awhile
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Old 12-31-2008, 12:41 AM   #43
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I wouldn't put money on a stock turbo DSM outlasting a 35r'd ej257. Even if the motor doesn't let go, something else will.

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Okay well, a 35r'd evo would outlast it
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Old 12-31-2008, 01:12 AM   #44
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I'm at 520whp on 93 + meth; 35R/Stock engine. Daily driven for the last 4 or so years. Keep up the routine maintenance and be smart about driving it and you shouldn't have any problems.
STOCK ENGINE!!! ... Are you serious?!?!

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Old 12-31-2008, 01:18 AM   #45
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everyone keeps bringing up a z06......a 600whp zo6 wouldnt stand a chance at a properly built 600whp sti......and ud have to put prob just as much money to get the zo6 to 600whp because parts are double cause of the namme corvette....plus an 02 zo6 is a waste!!!!400 at the crank and heavy!!!! ive got an 07 c6 white corvette nd i raised a 2004 zo6 with a chip intake and exhaust from a roll with a decent driver friend of mine and walked him by about 1.5 cars...... and my car isnt tht crazy against other imports i lost to 20g evo made about 390-410 on pump.....50trim srt-4 so corvettes rnt all their cracked up to be NICE car to drive get alot of attention but not race cars...
Not trying to be "the one" to bring it up or anything, but are you bragging about street racing?? ... And you say that a 2002 Z06 is heavy huh? I could have sworn that those fiberglass door panels, and that light all aluminum V-8 helped the car to weigh in less than 3,100lbs... And that is about 200 - 300 less than an STi the last time I checked...

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Old 12-31-2008, 01:45 AM   #46
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Old 12-31-2008, 01:57 AM   #47
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Not trying to be "the one" to bring it up or anything, but are you bragging about street racing?? ... And you say that a 2002 Z06 is heavy huh? I could have sworn that those fiberglass door panels, and that light all aluminum V-8 helped the car to weigh in less than 3,100lbs... And that is about 200 - 300 less than an STi the last time I checked...

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Chris your right not to mention the 01-04 are lighter then the new 06+ z06(there is no 05 Z06 google once in your life) but the 06+ has a big hp advantage gearing advantage. I have friends with cam bolt on z06's they put down about 520-530whp and these cars are no joke they will beat cars with 100-150rwhp more all day no problem due to power to weight and gearing(160mph top of 4th). A 06+ start around 42K and cam headers intake tune is about 5k installed. I know all this because it will be my next car keeping the subi of course
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Chris your right not to mention the 01-04 are lighter then the new 06+ z06(there is no 05 Z06 google once in your life) but the 06+ has a big hp advantage gearing advantage. I have friends with cam bolt on z06's they put down about 520-530whp and these cars are no joke they will beat cars with 100-150rwhp more all day no problem due to power to weight and gearing(160mph top of 4th). A 06+ start around 42K and cam headers intake tune is about 5k installed. I know all this because it will be my next car keeping the subi of course
Those new Z06's are GREAT!! They sound amazing too when you are on them hard... I saw one at an Autocross I was at a while back and it had an amazing sound. VERY fast too!! I'd LOVE a Z06 ... But I love AWD too much to spend that much on a car at the moment, so I'll just have to make do with my STi for a few years

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Old 12-31-2008, 06:59 AM   #49
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I wouldn't put money on a stock turbo DSM outlasting a 35r'd ej257. Even if the motor doesn't let go, something else will.

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Seconded.

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having the power on the street and knowing you have it on tap is the best part.....i drive my car maybe 1-2 a week and when i do drive it i don't boost unless i have to

the best part of having a high hp subaru is that there aren't that many....when someone asks me what car i drive i say "just a subaru" nothing special right....then they ask how much hp and then i see their mouth drop
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