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View Poll Results: Top Scoob 026 ... DIRT Final Round!
WhiteoutRally 109 40.82%
409Industries 32 11.99%
carl s. 126 47.19%
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Old 11-21-2011, 02:23 PM   #1
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Default Vote in Top Scoob 026 RACE CARS ONLY! DIRT !!



Top Scoob is looking for the ultimate Rally Car.

To be eligible for this round your car must be a Proper Stage Rally Car. Drivers and/or Co-Drivers, and Teams can enter their respective machines. If you have a question about the eligibility of your car please just ask me!

Racing is tough business. I remember a hardcore bracket racer once telling me that a great season for him was breaking even. Most racers I'm sure have heard a variation of the joke about how to make a small fortune in motor racing...by starting with a large one.

With that in mind I'm allowing a two year grace bubble for cars that still have some fight left in them but are currently in recovery.

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It’s easy to enter your car, all you need is a Subaru, a camera, a place to host pictures, a user account here on NASIOC.com, and the ability to type a sentence or two…

The Rules are as follows...
  • Please limit your entry post to only FIVE pictures of your car, whatever you feel best shows off your hard work. Once the voting begins you are free to add more pictures with new post. Feel free to post away for as long as you remain in the running.
  • A written description of your ride, the more detailed the better. We’re talking about more than just a mod list, we want you to share the story behind your Scoob. Tell us why and how you bought it, what inspires you to modify it, and what all you’ve done to it and why. Most important is to tell us what you do with your car...race, show, cruise, polish with a diaper, whatever.
    Think of it as your own magazine feature, the better you sell your car to the masses the better the chances of your Subaru becoming a Top Scoob.

  • You're more then welcome to start a campaign thread in your Regional Forum however the General, Off Topic, and Gallery forums are off limits to threads requesting votes. If you already have a thread about your car in the Gallery feel free to bump away. If you don't have a build thread consider starting one!
  • TRASH TALKING is not welcome in this contest. If you need to tear down another competitor to improve your own or a friend's chances please remember this is only a contest intended to be fun for all Subaru enthusiasts.
How it works
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Old 11-22-2011, 07:21 AM   #2
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So I'll start this I guess.

I'm going to use one of my three photos to help tell the story.

The idea for Whiteout Rally was originally conceived on a frozen lake in Åre, Sweden. While sitting behind the wheel of a ’08 Porsche Carrera 4 boasting rally studs and a seasoned WRC instructor by my side, I caught the bug. I was the staff photographer for an event, and as a lead sponsor the Kall Autolodge let me and several athletes come out for two days of pure bliss.

Upon returning to the states, I set out on the path to build my STi into a stage rally vehicle. The first year was almost all planning and time with the rule books, financial planning, and preparing to dive headlong into a huge build. I had some direction from a couple other builds, but decided we wanted to do as much of the work ourselves as possible. The problem solving that came with every step of the way only made the journey that much more enjoyable (although frustrating at times). Growing up racing, we knew stepping right into an STi was not a great choice, as the power often just masks driving errors. We decide to build a high compression N/A motor to push us into Open L, and this would also skip the hassle of applying for a waiver for an unrestricted license.

We build the car out of a friends shop (G-Fab Motorsports), who mostly does one off rock crawlers and tube chassis. This was his second rally cage, first full car prep. It took nearly a year of every other weekend commutes from Seattle to Bend (6 hour drive each way), but we finished the car entirely in house. I feel privileged to be in a position both financially and socially to be able to dedicate so much time to the sport, and want to bring as many people into the great community of rally as possible. I also have to mention I wouldn't be racing if it wasn't for my girlfriend, who not only lets me work late in the garage, came along for the 12 hours of driving, but was also willing to learn the mechanics of the car, how to weld/fab, and finally learned pacenotes so she could become our co-driver. Couldn't ask for more, so thanks! (If you are inclined to see the build along the way, just search for our build journal! Lots and Lots and Lots of pics )

A few other things I feel I need to say when given such a great venue, is we pride ourselves in building the car to the best of our abilities ourselves, but wouldn't be here without help from so many people. Once the major fab was done, we moved the car to Seattle, and it has been in my single car garage all year. The new motor we build with help from our great friend Mike C (flannelwagon). Advice along the way could always be had with everyone in the Rally community, but especially Barrett @ Allwheelsdriven. The guys at Maxwell power stayed late, squeezed us in, and generally just busted their asses to make sure we made it to Mt. Hood Rally this year. I can't speak highly enough of Dom and his shop. And lastly, to all the volunteers that come out to make it so we can run our events and be safe while doing it.

The last event we did was our second event, Mt. Hood Rally; sanctioned by Rally-America this year changed from last year under NASA. We got the new engine finished on a Tuesday, with the event starting Thursday. With still needing a tune, a new exhaust to eliminate the turbo, and a few loose ends to tie up it was unclear if we were going to make the event. Maxwell was able to squeeze us in, and stayed late two days to help us fab the new DP/exhaust mod, and get the car tuned early in the morning. The car came off the dyno at around 11am, and we began our haul to Hood River for tech and registration. We pulled up as registration opened, but unfortunately missed recce. Luckily our friends at 401 rally let us use their notes, so we at least had something more then the tulips. The next morning when the event started, it was literally the first time driving the car with the new 149hp motor, and suspension setup. We ended up 3rd in class out of 8, which happened to be the first event of the 2012 season (yes in 2011 haha). There was lots more room to push, but the event was all about learning the new engine, staying on the road, and getting seat time.

So here she is the week before I moved back from Utah, and before the transformation.












Then the required mod list

Engine
- 11:1 Custome Wiseco Pistons
- Open Source tune by Dom @ Maxwell
- Agency Power Header
- Custom 3” Straight pipe Exhaust w/Magnaflow Race Cat
- DEFi Gauges (Oil Temp, Boost, EGT)
- Cobb lightweight Crank Pulley

Chassis/Suspension/Brakes:
- Custom G-Fab Motorsports Cage
- RS&SP 1-way Adjustable Coilovers
- 05′ STi Knuckles/Hubs Modified to 5×100
- 06/07 WRX 4/2 Pot Brake Conversion with customized hubs to clear wrx rotors (eliminating need for group N rotors)
- CompBrake UK Hydraulic Handbrake
- ABS Delete
- Hawk DTC-30 Pads
- ATE SuperBlue Brake Fluid
- Custom AN Stainless Steel Brake Lines
- Kartboy Short Shifter
- Team Dynamics Pro Rally 15” Gravel Rims/Speedline Corse 2118 15″ Gravel Rims
- Hankook R201, R202 Rally Tyres
- Custom Shore 90A Urethane Mudflaps
- Primative Racing Roof Scoop/Vent
- Primitive Skid Plate w/Stinger
- Custom HDPE Underbody/Suspension Protection
- Custom LDPE Fender Liners
- TerraTrip 202 Rally Computer
- Peltor Intercom's
- Custom LED Map/Interior Lights
- Custom Pin Stands
- Hood Pins


Saftey
- Cobra Monaco Pro Seats
- Schroth Clubman 2 6-Point Harness’
- ESS 2.3 Liter 3 Zone Fire Suppression System
- NRG Quick Release Steering Wheel/NRG Steering Wheel
- Sealed Battery Box Relocated to Rear of Car
- FIA rollbar Padding
- Hella Master Kill Switch
- RallyLights Oil Spill Kit
- SafeDrives First Aid Kit with Custom Mounts


After:

Black Team Dynamics


Gold Speelines



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Old 11-23-2011, 12:08 AM   #3
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Default 409industrie's 2001 Impreza 2.5RS Rally Car

I’ve never thought about how to summarize so many years of hard work, but here goes. I actually have had a 2004 STi for longer than this car (which I still daily drive), but at some point decided that it would be best to beat on a car that has cheaper replacement parts.

This car started out as nothing more than two GC’s that had their share of issues each. One had a ton of rust damage and a bent frame, but a good motor and drivetrain, the other had no rust, was straight but had a blown motor. The rusted one was parted out for mostly spares and the motor / transmission was moved over to the other one.

The entire project was built over roughly 2 years (but is still a work in progress) and shows that even with a meager budget anyone can get into the world of stage rally. Sure, you can be racing a lot faster if you have either a lot of fabrication talent / space in a shop, or none of the talent and a lot of money. The truth is I really have neither, so this was an insane challenge. The early phases of getting this build off the ground often took place in apartment carports, or literally on the street on jack stands. If you have the motivation, then you will make it happen. Still everything has been done proper on this car, and while the best of the best usually couldn't always be afforded, we ended up with a very competitive gravel rally car.

I won’t waste a picture on what a bone stock 2001 Impreza 2.5RS looks like, but that is exactly how this car started out. Your stereotypical grocery getter / economy commuter car. We stripped it down to the bare frame, seam welded everything and had a cage built (with the expert help of Kyle at Jackson Rally). The inside was painted white just like the top WRC guys.

Went from this:


To this:


Currently we compete in the United States Rally Championship (USRC) Production All Wheel Drive class, and concurrently in the California Rally Series (CRS) Production-GT class. This year we are looking into moving into the faster, more competitive Open Light class.

The details of all the work put in the car is extensive, take a look:

Engine:
Stock EJ25
K&N Drop-In Filter
Custom Magnaflow Catback

Suspension:
AllWheelsDriven Bilstein/H&R 40mm Gravel Coilovers
RalliTEK Rear Swaybar

Wheels / Tires:
Team Dynamics Pro Rally 1 Gravel Wheels (White) 15x6 +40
LASSA Rally 3 Rally Tires 195/65x15 (Stage Rally)
Hankook Ventus R201 G51 Rally Tires 195/65x15 (Rallycross)

Interior:
Jackson Rally FIA Spec Roll Cage
Sabelt 6pt HANS Compatible Harnesses
NRG Innovations Short Hub
NRG Innovations Quick Release
NRG Innovations 350mm Sport 3 Steering Wheel
Autometer Pro Shiftlight
Cobra Imola Pro Seat (Driver)
Cobra Imola Pro GT Seat (Co-Driver)
Cobra Alloy Sidemounts
Sparco Seat Bases
Custom Battery Mount
Custom Coolsuit Cooler System
Terratrip 202+ Rally Computer
Terratrip DSI box
Peltor FMT110 Intercom
Amerex 2.5 Lb. Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher (x2)
LifeHammers (x2)

Exterior:
Jackson Rally Custom Stainless Lightbar
Jackson Rally Reinforced 1/4" aluminum front skid plate
Jackson Rally Front Towhook
Front Bumper Slide Latches
HDPE Front Fender Liners
UHMW-PE Underbody Protection
Rally Armor Mspec Urethane Rally Mudflaps
Rallispec Roof Scoop
RA Roof Vent
JDM RS Roof Skin
OEM Rear Differential Protector
Mesh Radiator Screen

Lighting:
Soltek 4" Fuego HID Driving Lights (x4)
Soltek 4" Fuego HID Wide Cornering Lights (x2)
Soltek LED Interior Domelights (x2)*
Hella Codriver Light

Misc:
Braille Endurance Series B6034 Battery
ABS Delete
A/C Delete
Cruise Control Delete
Stock Brakeline Delete
Group N Motor Mounts
Group N Transmission Mount
Airhorns

Prescott Rally 2010 - First Place USRC Production AWD / 10th overall


Here is the race weekend recap from our very first rally from which the picture above was taken.

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No matter how hard I planned to avoid it, the last few days before the rally were a thrash fest to get the car even that much more ready for the stages of Prescott. There were a couple of nights up till 3am tying up random odds and ends (both by Kyle at the shop, and me and Albert working on things in the driveway). Working on mostly random tech related stuff.

Of course there has to be last minute drama. The night before we’re going to load the car up, i’ve got one of the front struts apart to swap out the bent insert that I bent the crap out of at Cal City. I inspected the new part and realized that it was not the right size (too short!). A quick call to Barrett at All Wheels Driven and he reassured me that i’ll have a brand new insert the next day (over-nighted first AM delivery to the Econolodge) in Prescott! I had faith... he’s never let me down before. Zack pulled his front struts off his GD to have as spares just in case this damaged one decided to let go.

We loaded the car up on a rented trailer and my buddy Dustin pulled the car to Arizona from southern California. It was an easy drive... he’s got a huge brand new F-350 Super Duty. Heated leather seats, satellite radio, and navi? Hell yeah. We rolled into town around 9:30, and meet up with everyone from Jackson Rally in the main service lot behind the Prescottonian. I end up tinkering with the car until pretty late, just buttoning down the last few things i could think of and was capable of doing.

The next day, Albert and I set off to do recce in his fiance’s car. Recce was early... but went really well. While we’re out doing this Zack, Kyle, and the rest of the crew took apart the rally car in anticipation of the replacement insert arriving. It did, and I got a picture text message from my wife showing Zack having it in his hands! I am instantly relieved to know we’ll have 4 gravel coilovers to run in the afternoon! They got everything installed no problem.

Recce finished up, we get back to grab everything and head over to Parc Expose at Tim’s Subaru a few miles away. Here we handled registration, tech, new drivers meeting, etc. After that, the plan was hangout and watch the lightning and rain for a while and just wait around. We were seeded dead last in position 22. sweet. Exhaustion starts to set in and i’m not feeling well. It was really bad. Too much wrenching on the car and not enough rest left me feeling like i had the flu. I was pretty pissed to feel that way since i’d worked so hard to get there, but I wasn’t going to give up... even if it meant puking on stage we were going to race. It was awesome hanging out with everyone before the race.

Eventually it was time for Albert and I to suit up to make the first transit. It started raining again too. Got to admit I was nervous about the possibility of running stages i’d only seen once (with big exposures), at speed, in the dark, and in the rain. Here we head out of the first time control to transit to stage 1.

Racing that night was awesome. The first stage was pretty much at dusk so I was able to get a feel for things without relying 100% on the lights just yet. I jumped the start on stage 1 by a full minute... whoops! It was totally my bad, i saw the lights counting down on the clock and just went, we got a nice penalty for that. By the time Albert and I got into a groove it was pitch black with the exception of lightning off in the distance. I pushed as much as i felt comfortable with and our times were just fine, not fast, but not crawling slow either. It was really sketchy though because dust was a major problem in the dark. Many of the teams were switching from high to low beams to deal with visibility in the dust. I didn’t think to really do this... i just slowed down when i needed to, all the while praying that there weren't cows in the road! Right before ending the last stage before service I noticed a lot of smoke / steam coming out from the scoop. We had a problem with the power steering, but trudged along to service to have it checked out there. Crew did an amazing job of just tightening down the line that came loose and getting everything back together in no time flat. We were good to go for the last two stages.

I just focused on clean lines, and keeping it on the road for the last two stages of the night. The final stage was the one with the big exposures, so we played it pretty safe through there. Couple of the tighter turns caught me off guard a bit. Albert did great on the notes, there was only one time that i can remember where i snapped at him a bit, but i later apologized about it. It was all in the moment when adrenaline is pumping and you’re pretty amped up! He’s a good sport about those things. We finished up day one moving the right way up the leader board (not hard to do when you start at the bottom) and got some much needed rest for day 2. I was really looking forward to the day stages.

Day 2, we were refreshed and ready to battle! The goals were the same, keep the car on the road, have fun, and learn as much as we could. Speed would come as our confidence built. We were having a blast... it was warm, but not too hot out thank god. I can really see that i’m going to need a cool suit because i don’t do well in the hot weather

We ran the two longest stages of the rally and had a complete blast. These were great for really getting in to a rhythm, and trying out techniques and lines on every corner to see what works best. It was pretty intense driving that hard for an extended period of time, so much fun. We came in for service and looked over the car real quick, there was nothing to note wrong with it. I opted to keep the same tires on since I was comfortable with them and they were still brand spankin’ new. Not a lot of tire spin going on in this car... she’s such a wuss! My folks came out to the race to hangout all weekend, here’s my mom rockin’ the DI shirt. KevinWelker came by to see how things were going, hes on my right. He’s always full of good advice and has been around since the very beginning of my talks about stage rallying.

We drove hard through the last two stages. Witty Tom in the daylight was amazing. There are so many back to back technical turns on the south end of that stage, it was a total blast to drive. We posted a pretty good time there. The last stage of the day was First View... and all uphill. The RS tops out in 4th gear going up those long straights, so it was totally pinned for sometimes 30 seconds at a time! I was super bummed to drive by Welker and Burke literally 4 miles from the finish on the side of the road, their motor let go. We finished, and made the long twisty transit back to the final time control. Albert and I were so stoked the whole ride back... exhausted but super stoked.

Zack asked what I wanted to drink when we came in (before we left final service) the first thing i thought of was to have whatever home brew he had brought. The beers he makes are always insane! Turns out it was transported in a growler that Satan himself gave to him. Man, that was great beer! We ended up taking 1st in CRS-GT and USRC Production AWD so we had the privilege of taking part in the champagne ceremony. I couldn’t believe it. I didn’t think Albert was really prepared for any of this, he needs to brush up on his bottle opening skills! I made sure to give him a good dousing... and right in the eye too. Sorry man. :-) We even got kicked down $50 from Moore Sport Inc. (MSI) at the awards ceremony for being “Most Improved Driver”. Totally unexpected, but that got us all a nice waffle breakfast :-) We ended up partying into the night, right there in the parking lot. Rain came and scared all the pansies away, at one point I grabbed El Blendero to save it from getting completely drenched. People that stuck around were rewarded with an amazing lightning storm to watch and good stories being told by all the more experienced drivers. It was beyond awesome.
Here’s another great photo from this year’s Gorman Ridge Rally.

Gorman Ridge Rally 2011 - First Place USRC Produciton AWD / 4th overall


Finally, we do our best to promote rally any way we can. I drove the race car almost 300 miles to Las Vegas to show it at this year’s SEMA show.

SEMA Show 2011 with new paint. Ready for the 2012 race season.


Here’s some other results from local rallycross events I’ve participated in:

2/13/2011 - 2nd Place Overall - Glen Helen 1 Rallycross
10/10/2010 - 3th Place Overall - Glen Helen 2 "Gymkhana This!" Rallycross
4/4/2010 - 3th Place Overall - Glen Helen "Follow the White Rabbit" Rallycross
3/7/2009 - 7th Place Overall - Formula Rally X (FRX) Glen Helen 1 Rallycross
4/25/2009 - 3rd Place Overall - Formula Rally X (FRX) Glen Helen 2 Rallycross
9/20/2009 - 3rd Place Overall - California City Rally X

Thanks for taking a look at my rally car. I hope that this will inspire others to try getting sideways in the dirt. It’s one of the most addictive things you’ll ever do. I’m hooked for life.... don’t be afraid of the dark side of Subaru.

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Old 12-14-2011, 03:50 PM   #4
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I have this feeling that once I start the voting a transporter filled with rally cars is going to pull up at my doorstep

You guys have waited long enough so we'll begin voting at 1:00pm pst today

Since we're running with only a handful of cars we're going to have only two rounds. The first to pick the Top Three then the traditional Top Scoob Final.

Massive thanks to those guys who turned out for this and Good Luck !!
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Old 12-14-2011, 05:25 PM   #5
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Okay the poll is up. After 8 days the Top Three move on to the finals!
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Old 12-14-2011, 11:32 PM   #6
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and remember that now that the voting has started you guys are all free to post as many pictures of your machine as you want!

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Old 12-15-2011, 12:43 AM   #7
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Need more posts to vote for Ziptie! I'm gonna have to find some more places to be a post whore!
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Old 12-15-2011, 01:43 AM   #8
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It's awfully quiet in here...
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Old 12-15-2011, 02:11 AM   #9
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Crazy compared to the Tarmac thread! No rally love apparently!

And too bad I've been lazy and just made a SN, I can't vote for my own our car! haha
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Old 12-15-2011, 10:43 AM   #10
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Holy cow, I'm torn. No idea which one to vote for.
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Old 12-15-2011, 01:58 PM   #11
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I can vote Ziptie on Monday I have to wait out my probation peroid.
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Old 12-15-2011, 01:59 PM   #12
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BTW DIRT is > tar... IMHO
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Old 12-15-2011, 02:19 PM   #13
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how do we get added to the poll ??? :S
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Old 12-15-2011, 02:57 PM   #14
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I voted for Carl because he has the most TSS parts on it - and everyone knows that TSS makes your car cooler than everyone else's.

Hopefully this contest happens again after my winter conversion is complete
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how do we get added to the poll ??? :S
I got ya and thanks!
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Old 12-15-2011, 05:56 PM   #16
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Old 12-15-2011, 10:47 PM   #17
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Carl got my vote... i like his build ever since he started. but all are built to play! kinda of hard to pick.
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Old 12-16-2011, 12:14 AM   #18
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Dammit!!
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Old 12-16-2011, 11:28 PM   #19
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love all these cars, so hard to choose one.
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Old 12-19-2011, 01:29 AM   #20
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Voted! Great to see some rally scoobs on here.
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Old 12-21-2011, 05:30 PM   #21
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Ahhh still can't decide!
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Old 12-21-2011, 09:19 PM   #22
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The motor a week before our last event with the new custom 11:1 pistons and at home assembly/hone job:





And since we are posting about hot cars/girls, Colins 1995 Rally GB car thats sitting in a driving school in Sweden he was partners with.





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Old 12-21-2011, 10:59 PM   #23
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The motor a week before our last event with the new custom 11:1 pistons and at home assembly/hone job:





And since we are posting about hot cars/girls, Colins 1995 Rally GB car thats sitting in a driving school in Sweden he was partners with.





hey those are my fat hands assembling that engine. haha
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Old 12-22-2011, 10:44 AM   #24
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These are all great cars. Finally voted. I'd vote for them all if I could. I really don't have a favorite!
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Old 12-22-2011, 02:16 PM   #25
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Just a few hours left until the Top Three are set for the second and final round!

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