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    GasstationboiII came back???? HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

    That roof looks great and even though its only primer, a flat black would be sick!
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    Quote Originally Posted by turb0 View Post
    And my point is... unless you know me or my backround.... you might stand to learn something. Also.... The yamaha guy really had no bases to say what he said. Even another memeber said the samething.
    so why dont you clean that up and give that guy crap for derailing the thread.

    Glad you like barrett jackson. Next time your there look me up. I'll show you some neat stuff.

    I am guessing its pointless to share the upcoming work on my wrx's quest hit 200mph at Bonneville Salt Flats .... As this place seems to want to tear your car apart worse then any tech inspector at any of the 50 or so racetracks I've been too.
    So really why not police some of the people that have come into my thread. Clean it up and well be a mod. If you do that. I might start a thread on my quest to 200mph in a Subaru. Which would include some really neat stuff since I was out there last year with the bikes.

    Or I can just stop coming here its your choice. I dont need to share the specs and set up or my upcoming track events.
    Before you do that.... Looks like you forgot a clamp on one of your hoses...
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    The motor is all finished up.
    I need to see if I posted any final photos of it.

    I'm just working on the paint now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gasstationboiII View Post
    If you could of bought 2, why not buy 1 invest that other 1 into your car and make it go fast as the one you are building for less . That just doenst make sense to me unless you like handing out hard earn money, if you do please toss some this way.
    Can some one explain this to me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by turb0 View Post
    Can some one explain this to me?
    I think what he's saying is.....ummmm, well it sounds like...... yep!
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    wow, just read this entire thread. looking forward to more pics and can't wait for the updates. very nice work, i would love to drive it. hell, even just ride in it.
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    Intense project... Coming along though =)

    Maybe I missed it, but what are your plans for the front end? I was under the impresison that the front lips were more important than the rear wing at speed on subarus - at least to preserve handling. Can't think of where I read that, but something to look into if you haven't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heide264 View Post
    Intense project... Coming along though =)

    Maybe I missed it, but what are your plans for the front end? I was under the impresison that the front lips were more important than the rear wing at speed on subarus - at least to preserve handling. Can't think of where I read that, but something to look into if you haven't.
    Rear wing on Subarus are very beneficial at Time Attack and track events because of quickness they reach speed. Everything I've seen is that both are very necessary and both play an equal part. A front splitter will help keep the front end down and smooth out flow under the car, but on a RWD biased AWD system, the rear wing has to keep downforce on the rear axle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    Rear wing on Subarus are very beneficial at Time Attack and track events because of quickness they reach speed. Everything I've seen is that both are very necessary and both play an equal part. A front splitter will help keep the front end down and smooth out flow under the car, but on a RWD biased AWD system, the rear wing has to keep downforce on the rear axle.
    Thinking about it, that makes a lot of sense, to me at least. You could always go for this though!

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    Thing looks like a demon with wheels. I can't wait to see it come together!
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    Damn that intercooler is HUGE. That thing is a beast.
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