Originally Posted by Ultimateone
Why are some vendors going so slow on testing parts, you would think you guys would be testing products all day long to get things rolling for the 2015's
I think most companies want to check and double check before they confirm and release products for the new platforms to ensure perfect fitment.
Originally Posted by MikeWNc
Can't wait to see what you guys are going to do with these. Having a BRZ now I know how fast it seems that tons of options came to market for coilovers, wheels, etc. I am new to the Impreza/WRX world, does it look like currently available products for this platform will work or will require wait times to make new one's? Personally I hate the tail lights. Are companies working on things like that already? Just wondering if you and other vendors are hearing support like this is already in the works for this body style?
Thanks! I have nor personally seen any new tailights for the new body style, but I can't imagine new products like this being too much further down the line. I know for the BRZ it was about 6 months before we started to see a decent selection of aftermarket parts for the new platform.
Originally Posted by documentarian
I am loving the write up on both of your guys' cars so far. I apologize for the slew of questions but I haven't seen an update from you guys some days now so I'm just wondering how things are going.
How has the WRX been performing as of late? Are you still as happy about the car as you were early-mid April?
Have any things cropped up recently which you consider to be annoyances or things that you do not particularly like about the car?
Have you been able to go over the break-in period yet? If so, how does the car feel/perform above 4k?
Thank you guys! Please keep up all the excellent work!
It's been crazy busy around here, but soon you should start seeing regular updates, as we do have some things in the works
And I am still loving this car. I actually had the change to take the STi out for awhile and I am so impressed with the new FA engine in the WRX, as well as the chassis in both cars. The STi does feel more manly with the heavier and quicker steering, but both cars feel so much better than the previous generations. I'm still having a hard time not buying one lol.
The only thing I did not like about the WRX was the super-low RPM power, but it seems like since it has been broken in, that has been much less apparent, but I do notice it. Not near as bad as when the car was new.
And yes, both care are 100% broken in so we have been able to have some real fun with them. I took both for a cruise up our local canyons and was all smiles the entire way.