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Old 08-07-2003, 01:37 PM   #1
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Question STI Rage??

Has anyone else driving an STi noticed an unusually rude attitude while driving toward you?

I have had several experiences now - -the most recent just this morning - that I'm convinced are due to peoples perception of a) the car itself or b) the "types" of people that would be driving the car.

I've been nearly run off the road twice, baited to "race" (usually on open highway) by everything from a Taurus station wagon to a 4-runner to any ricer I stumble upon, eye balled or followed by every cop in the greater sacramento area...whatever bone is up their butt.

In the latest incident I was entering a right hand clover leaf on-ramp that merges onto I-5 south following an A4 1.8T at about 2 car lengths constant speed. Another car was already gingerly taking the ramp in front of him, so this was going to be a liesurely drive... All of a sudden the guy in the A4 decides to start slamming on his brakes then accelerating then doing it again, then swerving back and forth across the lane as if to block me from trying to pass him (me at about a car length behind now and making no indication of doing so). When the curve finally opens to the highway he floors it into the middle lane at which point I gun it in the far right lane to get around him and as I do so he swerves into my lane, forcing me onto the shoulder, where I continue to accelreate until I'm clear to reclaim my lane. At which point the a-hole accelerates onto my a$$ and attempts to swerve back into the middle lane to pass me again.
This is where poorer judgement took over on my part perhaps, but I immediately blocked him by cutting left, forcing him to "spiritedly decelerate", at which time he got back into the right lane and accelerating onto my right 1/4 panel, starts drifting into my lane, again posturing as if to side swipe me. I didn't budge and fortunately came upon another car in the right lane (his) which forced him off me. Maybe at this point he woke up and realized that this was an open, functional highway as the traffic density increased and he got into the "fast lane", where he got stuck behind another car. I just tried to insulate myself with other cars to keep this shmuck away until my offramp - which fortunately wasn't his.
And all of this at 8:30 in the morning; what a great way to start your day.
The real pisser to the whole thing is that in braking I spilled coffee on the center console!

Amazing as this is I've also had the brake-slam thing happen while accelerating to merge behind another yahoo onto a different highway - not trying to accelerate in front of him, but building speed to gain the middle lane (as one would typically do to match traffic flow) - when he decides to play the brake slam game...Of course his delapidated metro was no contest for the 4-pots so I was able to hang in for a couple rounds of brake tap until things opened enough for me to blow past him (ie accelerate from 45-60!).
There are other less radical but still bizarre experiences I've had as well from people while driving this car.

In 2 years of driving a WRX wagon I have never experienced the behavior I have in 2 months of driving the STi. Even when I do drive the wagon these days I'm acutely aware of the attitudinal differences. I really don't drive the two any differently. When I'm alone on isolated roads the STi is fun to push. But in 8-5 daily driving conditions (on open interstate no less (=boring)), no way. In the case of the A4 I can only wonder if some inferiority complex was behind this behavior - the auto equivalent of penis envy perhaps?
For others I seriously wonder if people feel threatened by the aggressive profile of the car - a scoop that looms like it's going to swallow them alive, the sneer of the front facia. It's seriously making me reconsider leaving the look stock...maybe if I changed to the std wrx scoop and wing the other kids on the playground would like me again...?


Is my experience with this behavior an anomaly??
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Old 08-07-2003, 01:46 PM   #2
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Trust me, the A4 guy was probably jealous that he spent as much money as you and he has a slow, heavy car that needs a new turbo just to keep up with your "ricebox".

Fact is, your car's fast, people know it is, and it's not exactly a sleeper, so people are going to bust your balls. Fuggem.

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Old 08-07-2003, 01:58 PM   #3
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Is my experience with this behavior an anomaly??

Nope. Not in my 3 weeks experince with my STi. I drive it much like you do - a little spirited while alone but pretty grandmotherly while in traffic. I start my a.m. commute about 6:40 or so. I'm approaching a 3 way stop sign and as I'm slowing down I notice a newer Mustang (maybe an '02) already stopped at the SS. My deceleration causes the apple on my passenger seat to roll onto the floor.....so I stop (at the SS) and lean forward to pick it up (at this point the Mustand has been stopped for a good 10secs., I figure he'll go thru and be gone by the time I retrieve my apple.) As I sit upright this guy looks FURIOUS and is smoking his tires thru the entire intersection. I was rather perplexed....and sorta P.O.'d (cause now I have to drive thru smoke) so I honk. He starts pumping his fist in the air and continues driving. ***??

2nd incident - at a light turning left with another Mustang in front of me (diff't one). I'm still breaking the car in and am being VERY gentle. This guy lights 'em up at the green (seems to me it was VERY obvious I wasn't "playing") and takes the left, accelerating the entire way (probably hit 90 in this residential 40MPH zone) and then flips me off! My 2 stupid experiences thus far.

At another light, just past break-in, rolling to this red when it turns green. I'm behind a Chevy Avalanche SS and decide I don't want to be, so I go to pull around him on the left (4 lane rd) and he PUNCHES it. I wasn't expecting this (from a truck, especially) so was a bit behind initially.....but pulled on him pretty well. In all honesty it seemed a fairly even match with my poor start and him getting a jump on me. So we come up to a red light and both slow down....I look over to see who's driving and it's a couple in their 40's laughing, smiling, and waving. So he rolls down his window, and says "Nice car man - I saw you coming - did ya think I was going to let you pull on me like that?" We spent a few seconds complimenting each others cars and continued on our merry way. That was one of the COOLEST exchanges I've had in any car yet....really nice guy who obviously enjoyed his ride as much as I do mine.

Sorry for the crazily long post but I've been waiting for an appropriate thread to retell these experiences......
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Old 08-07-2003, 02:50 PM   #4
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I'm lucky i haven't gotten any of that yet, but i did have some fun with an SL55 on the freeway, gave me a thumbs up at the end when he exited
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Old 08-07-2003, 03:37 PM   #5
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So far, I haven't gotten much attention at all, good or bad. A couple people playin arround, the occasional stare, but no real attention. The biggest reactions seem to be from young kids who are frightend of the large wing and hoodscoop. Though I got my first compliment today(from someone I don't already know). I was just sitting in my car with the door open in front of a Subway, when some random middleaged guy in a dress shirt and tie walks by and goes, "Hey man, sweet ride!" That made my day.
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Old 08-07-2003, 03:52 PM   #6
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That is some insane shtuff... No agression towards my Sti. I don't seem to draw very much attention of any kind . Fine with me.
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Old 08-07-2003, 04:02 PM   #7
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Is this occurring more with the blue STiís, I wonder? What color is your STi STiDayDreamin'? I have a blue WRX and sometimes get this same attitude. Thatís one of the reasons Iíve decided to go w/ a white or possibly silver STi. That and i really do love the looks of the white.
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Old 08-07-2003, 04:05 PM   #8
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My STi is black/silver. It's funny - aside from those coupla weird experiences I haven't really had anyone try messing w/me too much. And FWIW Bullitt I saw a silver STi in person before I picked mine up - almost changed my order color - that silver is SEXY. Haven't seen white yet though....
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Old 08-07-2003, 04:31 PM   #9
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Is this occurring more with the blue STiís, I wonder? What color is your STi STiDayDreamin'? I have a blue WRX and sometimes get this same attitude. Thatís one of the reasons Iíve decided to go w/ a white or possibly silver STi. That and i really do love the looks of the white.
I agree. I had a blue/gold RS from 97-03. It got many many looks and wanted to be raced by some. (I do not street race)

Now with my Sti, I recieve half the looks, which is fine with me. Actually, the ppl that do look at the car know it is a Sti and really take their time looking at it. Yesterday a guy followed me on my way to the pizza store. Just about the time I was going in he excitedily asked if "i can just look at your car...wow man, oh my god, I can't believe its a real Sti". Total stranger but I gave him a ride in the car for a few minutes which I can tell completely made this guys week/month/year. kinda funny really.

I think the blue/gold combo gets more of the looks by everyone. The other colors not as much.
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Old 08-07-2003, 04:31 PM   #10
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</masterpiece theater voice>
I've had the pleasure of being called into a competition of speed by some of the finest examples of today's youth since taking delivery of my new daily driver.

The first was a spirited lad in the ever popular sports car, the Ford Explorer. Sadly I was unable to take him up on his offer to test our mettle due my having more than two brain cells. I must say I did enjoy his rapid halts as he depressed strongly the gas and brake in a series of loud revs.

The second challange was by a fine young chap, full of fortitude and vigor, who wished to push the performance envelop with me in his Dodge Carrivan. While I am sure racing such an astounding example of the coming generation would have given me much pleasure, I felt that his faux wood panelling may have given him an edge and I did find myself having a difficult time ceasing my boisterous laughter at the thought of it.
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On the bright side, I've gotten a lot of friendly waves from the many WRX drivers I come across!
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Old 08-07-2003, 04:44 PM   #11
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a couple weeks ago i came to a 4-way stop. i got there before the guy to my right in his piece-o-s#@! trans am or something old and nasty like that. anyway, i let him go to be nice, he waved. as i'm driving i see he has a bunch of people in his car and they are looking back at my car. about 10 mins into being behind him i see an arm go out the passanger side window and they drop a soda car right in front of my car. i had to swerve around it. the thing that sux is i can't do my typically road rage acts because i don't need anyone retaliating further and doing something to my car if they saw it around, seeing how i have the only sti around for at least a radius of 50 miles.
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Old 08-07-2003, 04:53 PM   #12
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I drive 5 mile each way everyday and it seems like my car (Silver/Silver) is invisible to most of the freeway motorists. I have yet to experience something that can be considered as hostile attitude towards me and my car.

Every morning as I travel to work on the 101 West-Ventura Fwy, I get side by side with a lot of really nice cars including a regular dose of exotics. It seems like everyone is just ignoring each other. I can say that most people travelling my route are just up to their necks with whatever business they are in for the day. How much money they will make? How many patients they will see? How many clients they will defend? How many sypus they will kcuf? Stuff like that.

But one of these days something will be handed to me. Somebody will try and embarrass me as I drive my car. I don't really know how I will react to it. But everyday I try to remember how this young, up and about, 23 year old man in a brand new porsche reacted after being overtaken by a "small black car".
His adverse reaction resulted to having his body separate from his head when his car flew over the FWY 55 embankment and landed on the opposite sides of the 405 freeway in Santa Ana.
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Old 08-07-2003, 04:53 PM   #13
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You know, to be fair I have noticed a good amount of positive attention as well - accepting waves from an M3, and certainly thumbs up from other rexs. And I don't even mind the ricer race taunts, I shine it on and take it in good spirit - much like STiDayDreamin' 's Avalance experience.
My 4-runner hiway experience was like that, the guys chuckling as they revved ahead and slowed down , goofing off. I gave 'em a "yeah right!" kind of smile, waved and changed lanes!
It's just these wierd incidents that bug me. Especially given the risk of damaging my car from such stupidity.

Hmm, maybe silver would have been the wiser choice.
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Last week I was driving down a two lane road approaching a green light when a piece of crap truck turned in front of me, and stopped. I slam the brakes and he starts slooooowly moving{5 mph or so} and flips me off. I was not happy and I would have rammed him if I still had my GTP{because of the weak brakes or hot temper is still undecided}. I did nothing but call a Captain{client} in that cities PD with the morons tag number. He said that he would give the "gentleman" a friendly call.

There are a lot of mentally challenged drivers out there. HEADS UP!
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Upon further recollection, i get the most looks from middle aged women in the passenger's seat the most.........i know they're looking cuz i can see them turn their heads as their cars pass mine, must have seen the huge wing and wondered: "i wonder if it gets any worse up front?"
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Old 08-07-2003, 05:07 PM   #16
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following an A4 1.8T at about 2 car lengths constant speed.

(me at about a car length behind now and making no indication of doing so).

at which point I gun it in the far right lane to get around him


STI rage, quite an appropriate title.

2 car lengths? What was your speed on this I-5 onramp?

Maybe try not following so close and this won't happen as much?

Just an obvious thought.

Also, If your not caught up in trying to teach this A4 a lesson(as far as respect my STI authority), why not just drop back and let him go rather than proceding to get 1 car length off his bumper? And not further add to an obvious road rage situation on public freeways?

Seems to me if you didnt jam up on this guys bumper in the first place, nothing would have ever happend. Much less eventually closing in to 1 car length behind him, then to go on and pass on the right.

But I assume by your post you feel you did nothing to bring this behavior on. Maybe I'm reading this situation wrong but I'm just going by your own words and what they look like to me.
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Old 08-07-2003, 05:35 PM   #17
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The day I bought the car, as I was driving home from the dealer on the interstate (doing the speed limit in the middle lane), a Ford Expedition (!?!?) pulled up on my back bumper really close. Then, he pulled up next to me in the left lane and started revving his engine... repeatedly. He then takes off. I let him get about half a car length in front of me, then I pulled about 20 train-lengths on him. Juvenile behavior, I know, but somehow deeply satisfying. Anyway, about 5 minutes later SUV man pulls up next to me again, and the woman in the passenger seat looks over at my car for about 30 seconds. I guess they had no idea what it was.

Another time, some guy in a nondescript family sedan was tailgating me for about 3 miles. The road finally opened up into 2 lanes, and I buried him. Having proved the point, I slow down, and this guy eventually catches up, pulls up next to me, looks over for a while, then pulls up about a carlength in front of me and starts looking backwards into the hood scoop. I need a sign that says "Yes, it's functional" for the scoop and wing. Once again, I'm pretty sure he had no idea what the car is.

With all of the slow cars with big spoilers and body kits on the road these days, I think that people assume the STi is just another all-show, no go car and they are going to teach the moron behind the wheel a lesson. I have seen some priceless looks of bewilderment as I dust them.
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Old 08-07-2003, 06:47 PM   #18
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Just an observation, but from the situations explained in the beginning of this thread, is it possible that the people are getting pissed at the STI driver(s) because they think your giving them the brights!?? I don't know how bright the DRLs are on the STI, but is this possible?? I say this because most of the weird situations described deal with an offending non-STI driving A-hole who either the sti catches up to, or is behind.


Just a thought......
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Old 08-07-2003, 07:09 PM   #19
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Just an observation, but from the situations explained in the beginning of this thread, is it possible that the people are getting pissed at the STI driver(s) because they think your giving them the brights!?? I don't know how bright the DRLs are on the STI, but is this possible?? I say this because most of the weird situations described deal with an offending non-STI driving A-hole who either the sti catches up to, or is behind.


Just a thought......
mine doesnt have DRL...
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Old 08-07-2003, 07:12 PM   #20
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the people are getting pissed at the STI driver(s) because they think your giving them the brights!??
Good point. I have learned quickly that many folks out there hate the lights.
Avoid anyone in rage mode... Perhaps they have different problems other than you having a fast car.
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Old 08-07-2003, 07:35 PM   #21
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US domestic STi's don't have DRL. Guess it's because of the HID lamps.
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2 car lengths? What was your speed on this I-5 onramp?

Maybe try not following so close and this won't happen as much?
Uhhh, try about 35-40 mph. 2 car lengths!? Get real. People tailgate at 2 car lengths at 65mph. And in reality it was probably more like 1-1.5 seconds following time, decelerating to enter the curve at a constant velocity. I do pay attention to such things. Worst case that works to 58 ft distance. But to address your point directly: I was not tailgating.

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...let him go rather than proceding to get 1 car length off his bumper...
the reason the gap was closed was because he was braking!! Not because I was accerating to "school" him. Think about it, rapidly braking car in front + unsuspecting constant velocity car behind = closing gap = collision. Yeah, thats exactly what I was hoping for! again:

Point is I did try hanging back until I got to a point (ie merging on the highway) where I could attempt to get away from the freak.
Passing on the right? Considering that he shot across to gain the middle lane and I had an opening right, yeah I took it. Seems a little more reasonable than trying to shoot 3 lanes of traffic just so I could do an "appropriate" pass on the left - which I'm convinced he would have attempted to thwart, just as he did by swerving back over to the right to drive me onto the shoulder!

Hmmm, well on reconsideration I guess you're right. Passing on the right is a far bigger menace to driving safety than running someone off the road. My mistake.
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take off the wing, and stealthify your car... its for your own safetey aparently
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Well I am a psychologist by profession. On the local highway I saw a coworker driving an old pick up truck and he had a patient with him. I pulled up behind with the intention of just saying hello.
He saw me in the rear view mirror, waved and then sped off with every inch of speed he could muster..I wasn't stupid enough to chase him. He brought the patient back to the house and then bragged to his coworkers about how he had smoked me. I don't know? I have a feeling this is just a sign of things to come.
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Uhhh, try about 35-40 mph. 2 car lengths!? Get real. People tailgate at 2 car lengths at 65mph. And in reality it was probably more like 1-1.5 seconds following time, decelerating to enter the curve at a constant velocity. I do pay attention to such things. Worst case that works to 58 ft distance. But to address your point directly: I was not tailgating.



the reason the gap was closed was because he was braking!! Not because I was accerating to "school" him. Think about it, rapidly braking car in front + unsuspecting constant velocity car behind = closing gap = collision. Yeah, thats exactly what I was hoping for! again:

Point is I did try hanging back until I got to a point (ie merging on the highway) where I could attempt to get away from the freak.
Passing on the right? Considering that he shot across to gain the middle lane and I had an opening right, yeah I took it. Seems a little more reasonable than trying to shoot 3 lanes of traffic just so I could do an "appropriate" pass on the left - which I'm convinced he would have attempted to thwart, just as he did by swerving back over to the right to drive me onto the shoulder!

Hmmm, well on reconsideration I guess you're right. Passing on the right is a far bigger menace to driving safety than running someone off the road. My mistake.


Yeah, I see you obviosuly feel you did the right thing. Instead of just going for the pass when he gunned it to the middle lane, why not hang back and let the asshat go off on his own?

Instead you said, and I quote:

"This is where poorer judgement took over on my part perhaps, but I immediately blocked him by cutting left, forcing him to "spiritedly decelerate", "

Where do you get off thinking that was a cool move that should be applauded on this board?

That is called road rage my friend, regardless of what took place up to that point. You allways had the option of hanging back and doing 65 and let the fool go away, without resorting to racing blocking maneveours. Period.

Was hanging back a valid option or not?
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