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View Poll Results: Top Scoob 009 ... Final Round !!!
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Old 07-06-2008, 10:10 PM   #1
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Default Top Scoob 009 The Super Monster Robot Blow Out !!! Final Round

You read it right, Top Scoob 009 is going back to the beginning, where any and all Subarus are eligible to enter.

Bone Stock or full on Time Attack.

Super Sleeper or Super Parade Ground Creeper.

Anything Goes as long as it's a Subaru.

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Old 07-07-2008, 05:37 PM   #2
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Location: Essex-England-United Kingdom
2002 V7 STi Prodrive
Edition... Black!


Well sod it... heres goes nothing

Frayz's 2002 STI Version 7 Prodrive Edition

***Only 750 Prodrive editions ever made*** ***Only 100 ever made in O8V Blue/Black mica***

Well at the tender age of 21 after owning my Ford sierra saphire cosworth for 2 years it was time to move on. The car was of reasonable stage 3 spec and was running 350+bhp.
It was my pride and joy and an absolute thrill to own and drive. I was offered the right money at the right time and the cossie finally had to go.

Now obviously i had the major task of filling the cosworths shoes. I wanted something newer, better built and basically the most for my money.
Having explored the likes of escort cossies, evos and skylines etc. I finally decided i wanted a Subaru. These represented the best value for money
I did what homework i could and it came down to a bugeye STI.

I wanted the 6 speed box, brembos etc... but above all it had to be black.

After a month or so of searching id found the car. It was based in Essex and was a totally standard, unmarked black Prodrive edition bugeye sti. She had one owner from new FSSH and only 21K on the clock.
The guy i bought it from was a city trader and used the train everyday. For this reason he simply didnt use the car enough and decided to sell.

After a few negotiations i was lucky enough to drive home with this.

The day after i picked it up.

Well 2.5 years later ive just taken the car off of the road to have the motor out and finally put in a built 2.5. The new motor with forged internals should be plenty strong enough to cope with some big boost and hard use whilst still maintaining good road manners and drivability. The target is 450+bhp but more importantly over 500lbsft of torque. Reliability is also a big factor given the cars usage, so I have tried to over engineer as many items on the new build as possible.

My new engine build, waiting to be put together... should be in by the end of August 08

EJ257 block
EJ257 sti crank
Wiseco pistons
Piston rings
Carrillo rods
ACL big end bearings
ACL main bearings
Cometic head gaskets
ARP 11mm head stud kit
RCM oil pump
New oem water pump
PE kevlar timing belt
NGK racing 8s
Phenolic spacers
JDM Spec C inlet manifold
Block O rings
Hyperflow top mounted Oil cooler
Turbocharger exhaust housing 8cm for my FP green
Turbo blanket
Flywheel bolts
Exedy hyper Compe-R twin plate clutch, billet lightened f/wheel
Breather/Oil separator
Converted an fuel rails
Fuel system, hose fittings etc
Fuelab fuel filter
Weld on fittings/banjos for turbo water feed and drain
SFS hose kit for radiator
Full engine/ transmission mount kit
Lots of AN fitting for fuel, oil and water plumbing.

Summer 2008 will also see some suspension changes, Spec C type RA steering rack and hopefully a roll cage too.

The ride along the way has been a bumpy one and you guys can read all about it from start to finish just here.


My car has been slowly built into a road/track inspired Nurburgring attack vehicle. Ive taken many insipations from the RS ford scene and even some from you guys here on the NASIOC.
Paulie, D Money to name but a few have inspired me to push the envelope here in the UK and just do the stuff you wouldnty normally see over here.

Besides my tuning and geometry, all work on the car has been done by myself.

Its no trailor, garaged show queen.. it gets used hard and driven every week.

Heres my current spec list, i hope you guys like it as much as i do.


• Stock STI 7 long block 1998cc, AVCS, STI heads and cams
• Bespoke 3" lightweight race exhaust system from Simpson Race Exhausts. Ceramic coated with turned down tailpipe (91.5dB static for track usage)
• Ceramic coated GT-Spec Gen 2 tubular headers
• Ported STI intercooler pipe work & throttle body
• Coolant delete on throttle body
• Denso Iridium spark plugs
• Walbro 255LPH fuel pump
• Mocom Racing 740cc injectors
• Custom Mocom Racing breather system & catch tank
• APS 70mm cold air intake, modified for “dry flow” filter
• Fuelab Adjustable fuel pressure regulator
• FP Green turbocharger ported 3”inlet with 7cm hotside
• Custom SFS 3" turbo inlet pipe with wire reinforcement
• APS DR725 front mounted intercooler
• CDF Racing lightweight billet drive pulley kit
• Fuel - 20% Methanol/Toluene 80% V-power
• Mapped by Zak @ Mocom Racing
• 1.8bar boost approx 400bhp/340lbsft
• Carbon radiator shroud
• Carbon aux belt cover
• Oddessey PC680 lightweigh racing battery

Vid of the exhaust system

Wheels & Tires

• 18x8 Speedline Turini wrapped in 235-40-18 Vredestein Ultrac Sessantas (Toyo R888 track)
• RAYS extended lugnuts (Black)


• AP Racing 6 pot CP7040 calipers, 356mm AP grooved discs,
• Pagid RS29 pads
• EBC Yellowstuff-R rear pads
• Goodridge stainless braided hoses all round
• Motul RBF600 brake fluid


• Whiteline adjustable front sway bar
• Whiteline adjustable rear sway bar
• Whiteline HD mount kit
• Whiteline camber bolts
• Whiteline rear diff locking kit
• Whiteline flat-out springs
• STI 7 dampers
• Noltec billet ARB drop links
• Noltec billet clubsport pillow ball adjustable topmounts
• Custom STI front strutbrace
• Custom Mocom Racing (track bias) geometry setup


• Recaro Pro Racer SPA Carbon/Kevlar racing seat on bespoke mounts (signed by Marcus Gronholm)
• Flocked dash with custom gauge pods
• Flocked A pillars
• Flocked steering column cowlings
• Satin black dash trims
• STi 8 steering wheel retrimmed in black/red suede
• Speedware stainless harness bar
• WRC/Group N carbon rear firewall
• WRC/Group N carbon rear seat bench replacement
• WRC/Group N carbon 3 piece parcel shelf
• TRS Magnum ultralite 3" FIA 4 point harness's
• Genuine STI carbon door sills
• Genuine STI mats


• 6000K HID lighting (High-Low)
• Carbon STI wing blanks
• Carbon fuel filler door
• Smoked side repeaters
• Custom gurney flap on upper wing blade
• Custom Mocom Racing fog light mounted cold air feed
• Genuine Spec C type RA roof vent
• WRC plain black Kaylan mudflaps
• Polished/painted Prodrive rear diff guard
• Full Mocom Racing custom livery by SJS Designs

Data Acquisition

• Defi BF 60mm gauges - Oil Temp, Oil Press, Water Temp, Fuel Press, Exhaust Gas Temp, and Boost Press. Defi link meter with data logger.
• RB Motorsport ACT gauge
• Innovate Motorsports Wideband Lambda sensor with USB hub output
• Phormula KS3 knock analyzer
• Delta Dash data logging software
My favorite pic before my FMIC went on

As she looks today

Parked up at the end of my favorite road run... by the waterside

The engine bay is due to change alot soon but i just love this glossy pic

RAYS extended lugs, 18x8 Speedline Turini and AP Racing 356mm 6 pot brake setup

Subtle details, gurney flap on upper wing blade, painted tow hook, custom polished/painted Prodrive diff guard, custom made Simpson race exhaust and the obligatory Nurburgring sticker.... shes a regular @ the Nordschleife

Custom flocked dash and bespoke gauge pods. 6 Defis, Innovate wideband and ACT gauge. Phormula KS3 in the centre. Suede trimmed STI8 wheel and STI carbon door sills... oh and my favorite Recaro Pro Racer SPA racing seat... one of my favorite mods to date

Speedware stainless harness bar, TRS magnum WRC spec harnesses, TRS helmet hammock, genuine WRC carbon panels all held in with titanium/aluminium fasteners... Oh and all those lanyards are my collection of WRC passes from ralles gone by. Some are signed by Petter Solberg, Chris Atkinson and Phil Mills

Signed seat by Marcus Gronholm (2x WRC World Champion)

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Old 07-08-2008, 01:14 AM   #3
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Location: IAG Performance
2012 WRX
GD Race Car


Ok, I'll throw my car in here. It's an 05 STi that I bought in August of 04. When I first got the car, I told myself I wasn't going to mod it but clearly that has gone out the window. I immediately began doing small things, mostly suspension and basic Stg. 2 mods. I was happy with it as a street car and it was definitely fast. Except about 5 years ago, I began doing track days and that's when things started moving way beyond what I originally intended.

Over time, the car became more of a dedicated track car that can still be driven on the street, rather than the other way around. A lot of my mods are there because they have some use on the track. Eventually the day will come when it needs to be taken off the street, or at least severely limited, but until then I'm enjoying it on the road and the track.

My time working for RaceComp Engineering over the past few years has introduced me to a lot of people in the Subaru community, as well as expanding my knowledge about these cars a lot. Rather than just throwing parts at the car, I've tried to make everything work well together and I think it does. I've done all of my own work on the car (except the clutch install) and put a lot of time and effort into it. I plan on keeping it for a long time, whether it remains a dual purpose car or becomes a dedicated track/time attack car.



-Element Tuning GT52 turbo
-APS DR525 Intercooler
-Deatsch Werks 850cc Injectors
-Agile Auto Uppipe w/ Turbosmart 38mm Ultragate
-Perrin Turbo Inlet
-APS 70mm CAI
-TGV Deletes
-Grimmspeed 8mm Phenolic Intake Manifold Spacers
-Element Tuning Competition Catch Can
-Koyo Aluminum Radiator
-Samco Radiator Hoses
-Mocal Oil Cooler w/ Custom Plumbing
-Crucial Racing 160 Degree Thermostat
-STi 1.3 bar Radiator Cap
-TiC X-pipe w/ OEM Ported Header
-Prodrive Boost Control Solenoid
-Cobb Accessport
-Protune - 418whp/385wtq
-Turbosmart Dual Port BOV
-Cusco Engine Mounts
-Walbro 255lph Fuel Pump
-NGK 1 Step Colder Plugs
-Odyssey PC680 w/ Billet Mount


-RCE Tarmac II Coilovers with RCE Camber Plates
-Q-rack 11.5:1 Steering Rack
-RCE 25.5mm Swaybars
-Kartboy Rear Endlinks
-Whiteline Sport ALK
-Whiteline Roll Center Kit
-Kartboy Subframe Lock Bolts
-NRG H-Brace
-Greddy Front Strut Bar
-Stoptech 6-Piston 355mm Front BBK
-Cobb SS Rear Brake Lines
-Performance Friction 1038 Pads (street)
-Pagid RS5 Pads (track)
-Motul RBF600 Fluid
-RCE Kool Brake Kit
-Cusco Master Cylinder Brace


-Exedy Stage 1 Clutch
-STi Short Shifter
-Kartboy Front/Rear Shifter Bushings
-Cusco Transmission Mount
-Kartboy Subframe Outrigger Bushings
-TiC Rear Diff Mount Bushings


-Prodrive GC-010G - 18x8.5 +46 - British Black
-Dunlop Z1 Star Spec - 255/35/18
-5Zigen ProRacer Lug Nuts
-Enkei NT03+M - 18x9.5 +40 w/ Toyo R888 - 255/35/18 (track)


-Cusco Front Lip
-SARD Carbon Kevlar Wing
-JDM Ion Yellow Fog Lights
-Lightwerkz TSX Projector Headlight Retrofit
-OEM WRX Sideskirts
-KS-Tech Hood Vent
-Varis Carbon Fiber Exhaust Shield
-Curt Trailer Hitch
-NRG Hood Struts
-Autospeed Front Bumper Trim
-20% Tint
-Blue Batmobile Taillight Overlays
-Black i Badge


-Recaro SPG XL's
-Autopower Race Rollbar (Powdercoated CGM)
-Sabelt 6-Point Harnesses
-RCE Suede Steering Wheel
-Amerex 2.5lb. Halon Fire Extinguisher w/ Brey Krause Mount
-Defi Amber BF Boost/EGT/Oil Press. Gauges in Defi Pod
-Speed Architech Carbon Fiber Center Dash
-Speed Architech Carbon Fiber Outer Vent Rings
-STi Limited Red Hazard Button
-STi Limited Black Climate Control Dials
-Lathe Werks Copolymer 2.1" Shift Knob
-Pioneer AVIC-D3
-MB Quart PCE-216 6.5" Front Components
-Alpine PDX 4-channel Amp
-Pioneer Sirius Tuner/iPod Adapter
-Escort Passport 8500 X50 (hardwired w/ custom mute button)
-Redline Leather Shift/E-Brake Boots

And here's a recent video from VIR:


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Old 07-08-2008, 05:21 PM   #4
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2002 WRX

Default WRC Gravel

I learned to drive on the dirt roads of New Hampshire. The 1960 Ford Falcon Tudor could be tossed sideways on loose gravel and snow, but with very slow steering (4.6 turns lock-to-lock!), 90 HP, and “three on the tree”, it was by no means a rally car. I was unaware that a 1964 Falcon Sprint finished 2nd in the 1964 Monte Carlo Rally. (The Falcon rally car had a respectable 305 HP 289 V8, 2850 lb curb weigh, and 0-60 in 5.7 seconds!)

I first saw a rally car on a foggy night in the Rampart Range of Colorado. The car was John Buffum’s Open Class Audi Quattro. The backfires of the turbo five echoed through the pine forest and his six Hellas blazed the trees. He drifted through the climbing S-curve throwing wet gravel far into the woods. I chased the Press on Regardless in 1983 and 1984. With good maps and timing, I watched every third stage, racing between stages in a rented Toyota, which I returned covered in mud and dragging its underbody protection. At the Olympus Rally in 1985, I watched Hannu Mikkola in a white prototype Audi Sport Quattro S1 (E2). The sound of that car in the forest was incredible. In ’86, I saw Markku Alen win in the Lancia Delta S4 against Juha Kankunen in the Peugeot 205 T16 E2. The Olympus had so few spectators I chatted with the drivers and crews at service. I chased the rally in a Corolla GTS 16V manual transmission that I had found, to my astonishment, in the Hertz lot.

Thus was born the notion that the ideal fast and fun daily driver would be as close as practical to an AWD rally car, and I decided that some day I would build one. After owning a second hand Quattro Turbo and other interesting cars, I bought a WRX in 2001. I gradually modified the car, with the objectives of Group N plus performance and WRC appearance. For fast "stage times" year round on Colorado roads, I settled on a gravel setup with no drop and strong gravel rally wheels. For the mountain roads, I chose GrN close ratio RA gears with 4.44 rear, and modified the engine for quick spool, torque, and day-to-day reliability at 5000-14000’ elevation and –30–105 F temperatures. I drive the car to work daily on a twisty mountain road (2000' vertical) and take it over Loveland Pass (12990') about 40 times a winter. I have over 140,000 miles on the car. Last weekend I drove to the summit of Mt. (7000' vertical), stayed in boost most of the time, and averaged 21 mpg!

Engine: EJ205, VF34, Hyperflow TMIC, MRT UP, MadDad V2 DP with metallic cat, Hayward and Scott Rallye exhaust with removeable silencer, Vishnu pulley, Ecutek tune. GrN engine mounts. And no GrN 32mm restrictor! 354 HP/364 ft-lbs (flywheel)
Transmission: Type RA gear set with 4.44 final drive, custom tall rally short shifter, GrN bushings
Steering: quick steering rack (12.5:1 ratio, 2.2 turns lock-to-lock)
Suspension: STi/SPT springs and inverted struts, Whiteline sways, links, and ALK, Do Luck aluminum front subframe, GrN strut top mounts, side cowl braces, STi aluminum front control arms, Whiteline strut bars F&R
Wheels: OZ Racing Gravel Wheels (GrN) 6.5X15, with Prodrive Impreza WRC lug nut covers; Prodrive P7 7X17; Enkei RC-G4 7X15
Tires: Bridgestone RE960AS 205/60-15; Bridgestone SO-2 215/45-17, Dunlop Winter Sport M3 205/60-15
Brakes: Front STi 4 pots, rear 2 pots. DBA Gold rotors, Carbotech Bobcat pads.
Exterior: Prodrive WRC carbon fiber wing, Burnup/Launsport fenders, STi sills, WRC hood insert, Prodrive WRC headlights, functional roof scoop and inner roof vent, 2003 Monte Carlo rally plate, Hella Rally 1000FF HID driving lights and modified WRC covers
Interior: Sparco Evo II with Scroth harness, custom alcantara dash, suede STi steering wheel, carbon fiber switch panel, e-brake, Ipod interface, ScanGauge.
Curb Weight: 3039 lbs
Sport Weight: 2976 (Co-driver Sparco, back seats removed with carbon fiber bulkhead, JDM bumper beam)
Sound clip (recorded on a gravel mountain road) http://www.4shared.com/dir/8153159/3...9/sharing.html
The car is basically done except maybe some small interior stuff. I just rebuilt the engine at 140,000 miles, and the aim now is to give it careful maintenance, keep it indefinitely, and run the second engine as long as the first. I don't plan a roll cage because its safer without one on a DD and I don't want the extra weight. A full carbon rally car interior would be nice, but I can't justify the expense for a few pounds saved. I have pushed the mods just short of the point where things start getting uncomfortably rough and noisy for a 1-2 hour blast to skiing.

I reckon the acceleration exceeds a group N rally car as it is, and driven 10/10ths on gravel, it is stupid fast.


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Old 07-11-2008, 01:19 PM   #5
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Location: Puget Sound


We've got our 25 cars, an amazing mix of styles. Good luck to everyone who's entered!

Round One closes in 15 days and afterwards only the top 12 cars will continue on.

Polls are open for Top Scoob 009... The Super Monster Robot Blow Out !!

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Old 07-11-2008, 01:41 PM   #6
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03 Swagger


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Old 07-11-2008, 02:31 PM   #7
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Edition... Black!



Please vote for me guys
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Old 07-11-2008, 02:38 PM   #8
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Location: Jersey bro!!!
. Most famous car
on Nasioc ever. :/


This one has some pretty serious cars, should be a good one guys! Good luck to everyone!
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Old 07-11-2008, 02:43 PM   #9
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Location: Spokane, WA
2009 MB C300
Subiesport Featured GC8


Originally Posted by D Money View Post
This one has some pretty serious cars, should be a good one guys! Good luck to everyone!
I was hoping to see you on here competing.
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Old 07-11-2008, 04:01 PM   #10
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Location: Anchorage
2012 turbo rollersk8
EvolvedAK's hood ornament


wow. tough choices! Good luck to everyone!
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Old 07-11-2008, 04:07 PM   #11
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2005 audi s4


omg these cars are soooooo sick, i have NO idea who to vote for!!
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Old 07-11-2008, 04:26 PM   #12
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'00 RS/WRX Stg5
'98 RS Stock


I know I don't stand muh chance against some of these hot arse Subie, but, i'm up to 5...!!!
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Old 07-11-2008, 04:37 PM   #13
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"Oh hi officer" Red


frayz ftw, I've been following your thread for a while. go man!
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Old 07-11-2008, 05:23 PM   #14
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Cam'd 2.55l 6spd Bugeye


Originally Posted by Aaron'z 2.5RS View Post
I know I don't stand muh chance against some of these hot arse Subie, but, i'm up to 5...!!!
Thats because your car is dead sexy.
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Old 07-11-2008, 05:44 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by RandomRacing View Post
frayz ftw, I've been following your thread for a while. go man!
Cheers buddy. I really hope there are some others that feel the same.

Im an Englishman in New York over here
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Old 07-11-2008, 08:49 PM   #16
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updated with a few new pics from today
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Old 07-11-2008, 09:12 PM   #17
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1997 Mazda Miata
Montego Blue, WFC #13


djerickd gets my vote. The only real Suby is Bug eye.
This car

Reminds me of this car
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Old 07-11-2008, 09:16 PM   #18
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2006 Subaru WRX STI
Black WFC #050


can i still enter?
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Old 07-11-2008, 09:59 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by IStoSTI View Post
can i still enter?
Sorry but no more entries, 25 is the maximum.
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Old 07-12-2008, 01:14 AM   #20
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What you lookin at


Gosh, I wish I had some better pics! Stay tuned!! I will update with some newer pics within 2 days
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Old 07-12-2008, 01:27 AM   #21
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Please do! Remember you can edit and change your post for as long as you're in the running.
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Old 07-12-2008, 01:31 AM   #22
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2004 wrb wrx wagon
vf39'ed 280hp 262tq 6 spd


no wagons!!!
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Old 07-12-2008, 10:11 AM   #23
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2006 Subaru WRX STI
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aw mannnnnnn, ferg, pm me when the next top scoob is coming!
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Old 07-12-2008, 11:57 AM   #24
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not as cool as


voted for brody
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Old 07-12-2008, 01:22 PM   #25
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15 WRX, 83 DR30,
93 R32 GTS-T, 93 R32 GTR


thanks nick
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