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Old 01-26-2010, 12:49 AM   #1
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2004 Subaru Impreza STI Open Class Rally Car $28,500.00

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2009 Colorado rally cup open class 1st place
Never crashed, wrecked or rolled, clean title
Shell was fully cleaned, no tar sticks, no underbody coating, or inner wheel well coating. Every captive nut and stud on the car that was not needed was removed, over 200 hours on body before a single part was bolted onto the car.
Extra-lightened body, rear tray cut out, seat rails cut out, stock roof rails removed
One event on motor
Full closed EJ22 block with sleeve locked oil squirters
EJ205 heads
Custom CP pistons
Eagle h-beam rods
11mm 2009 sti oil pump
Custom equal length 4.2.1 stainless header and up-pipe
Adjusted advanced cam timing to increase torque at low rpm
High compression (over 10:1) great for restrictors
STI shimless buckets for valves for increased reliability
Flow bench tested 775 cc injectors
One event on 6-puck race clutch, pressure plate
11 lb flywheel
Custom prop shaft and differential guard for faster transmission, clutch, and diff service
Rotated turbo for faster swap and larger intercooler ability
Custom extra large top mount intercooler 24x11x3 with anti reversion and boost expansion chamber (torque tube)
Large dual pass radiator with two inch thick core
Modified thermostat cannot be overheated on stage
Runs on E-85, no high priced race fuel needed, runs very cold
Walbro 225 lph in-tank pump
Haltech engine management Sport 2000 with every feature available: data logging, variable cam control, tune by ve, tune by afr, fuel and ignition adjustment, and runs on map sensor so no air mass and is much more reliable and easy to change tune. Installed in dash is a boost gauge, egt gauge, wide band O2 sensor gauge. Data connection is by usb so very fast and reliable.
Anti-lag and full launch control
Current map has been full race tested at Pikes Peak up to 14,000 ft
Transit maps for less driver fatigue switchable in car on the fly
Motech programmable center differential map has 6 maps now but can be adjusted to suit any driving style and road conditions, maps include: full lock, full open, 4 levels of maps with and without braking maps, diff open with hand brake switch, great low speed turn in with great high speed feel. Fully programmable by user. Donít let Pat Richard tell you what is right for you and the road. The rocket rally diff computers and maps limit the control the driver has over the carís attitude. The Motech has maps and adjustment for 0-100% throttle, and cross reference with vehicle speed, with g and yaw sensors, steering angle and speed, and braking maps with vehicle speed for great high speed brake but great trail braking and turn in at low speeds.
US spec six-speed gearbox with r180 rear diff with advanced cut lsd ramp angles for more rear diff lockup.
Just refreshed DMS 50 mm suspension, no rally miles
Group A Carbon mirrors,
Group A Carbon rear wing excellent high-speed stability
Group N front and rear brakes, porterfield pads
Aluminum brake booster delete
Hydraulic hand brake
In car adjustable brake bias controller
Stainless braided brake lines
Rear wheel scrapers to protect rear two pot brakes and keep rear wheels light in muddy conditions
Lightened rear hubs with stock internal drum hand brakes removed
Black Sparco ADV with head restraints
Omp helmet net
Sabelt ultra-light six point harnesses (2)
Full professionally built FIA cage, built at Salta in Denver, Colorado (50 cages built, 10 extensively tested)
Front and rear strut tops reinforced
Fully seam-welded chassis
Reinforced front and rear sub frame mounts, frame rails
Six layers of Kevlar under body protection
Four layers of Kevlar for gas tank protection
Custom built 2021 aluminum skid plate with sub frame reinforments, no ďuĒ brace, less weight with greater clearance.
8 Team Dynamic Pro-Rally 1 wheels 15x7 with proper offset, e-35
20 Rally tires most with less than 2 stages on them
Lightened rear doors retain stock glass
Sparco steering wheel with quick release
Relocated fully sealed battery in passenger compartment with 150 amp auto circuit breaker
50-50 cross-weighted for perfect turn in
At 120 mph, the car is very stable and confidence inspiring, great for the fastest stages in the US (Rally Colorado)
RA Log booked, transfers to NASA
Rally computer Terratrip 202+ available, not installed

Donít let other open class cars fool you, this is not a stock sti with some bolt on stuff and a bigger turbo. If anything on the car could be better, faster, or lighter, we did it. This car is a pleasure to rally and is very forgiving over the biggest crests and through the tightest trees.

This car is only one season old and it won the Colorado Rally Cup its very first year.

Car is located in Denver, CO. Interested? Call Steve or Brian at Salta Motorsports: 303-974-2992

Thanks to Kevin Hahn for the photos.







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Old 01-26-2010, 12:32 PM   #2
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Any driver in this car will attract beautiful people, massive amounts of sexual intercourse, and X-games sponsorship.
When can I pick it up??



Very nice rally car here. GLWS!
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Old 01-26-2010, 01:33 PM   #3
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MOre bigger pics. Awesome car!
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Old 01-27-2010, 02:01 PM   #4
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Old 01-27-2010, 02:04 PM   #5
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Lands End Hill Climb 2009

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Old 01-27-2010, 02:11 PM   #6
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Tumble Weed Express Rally 2009

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Old 01-27-2010, 02:44 PM   #7
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LOL jk. Awesome car. GLWS!
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Old 02-01-2010, 02:09 PM   #8
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never raced or jumped, ha ha
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Old 02-03-2010, 08:38 PM   #9
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Old 02-03-2010, 08:56 PM   #11
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Old 02-03-2010, 08:56 PM   #12
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Old 02-03-2010, 09:19 PM   #13
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is that a FMIC core made in to a TMIC.. that is sickkkkkkkkkk
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Old 02-05-2010, 11:35 AM   #14
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that is the biggest TMIC i've ever seen!
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Old 02-05-2010, 11:55 AM   #15
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why didnt you opt for a front mount setup going that big? I mean the side thats over the turbo has to get pretty badly heat soaked i would think. Its just insane especially that 4 inch pipe going to the top mount. Bump for a amazing car.
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Old 02-05-2010, 04:51 PM   #16
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why didnt you opt for a front mount setup going that big? I mean the side thats over the turbo has to get pretty badly heat soaked i would think. Its just insane especially that 4 inch pipe going to the top mount. Bump for a amazing car.
thats assuming the turbo is in stock position

im guessing he went with a top mount so he would have an unblocked rad
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Old 02-09-2010, 11:54 AM   #17
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Other front mounts on my GC rally car found many trees, rocks and sticks in them, also did block much of the radiator. The turbo is in stock location but rotated, inlet points to the passenger side fender well. That intercooler was supposed to be a FMIC for a older nissan but I liked the dementions and it fit between the shock towers and master cyclinder. Some say too big will cause a lack of spool but that is all in tuning not just computer but cam timing. Even with out the anti-lag on the car will build full torque and full boost by 2800 rpm. The heat is controlled with massive sprayers, also on e-85 nothing gets too hot.

That intercooler is 24x11x3 that is just the core size it is very big. Biggest I have ever seen for a TMIC.

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