This is a discussion on 05 STI when OCD meets opportunity. pictures attached within the Builds forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; [QUOTE=22B05STI;2692466]This is an 83 march Indycar[/QUOT I would really like to sell this car, it has an unassembled cosworth DFX ...
[QUOTE=22B05STI;2692466]This is an 83 march Indycar[/QUOT
I would really like to sell this car, it has an unassembled cosworth DFX and has been completely restored except for the engine. If anyone out there is interested pm me, I have owned and been working on this car since 97
Very impressive work. Wow is your car clean underneath.
2012 WRX ice silver metallic
Protuned by Agile Auto 315whp/342wtq @ 20.5psi
That is so cool. I wish I had such skills.
Let me ask you a question then. I am building a solar car for a school project. I need to build a frame and we a going to use Aluminum. I have been trying to weld aluminum and it is super hard. In your opinion is there a better material we should try and use? Some of the ME's at my school recommended carbon fiber but I have no clue on how to build a frame out of carbon fiber.
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you win an award for the cleanest subaru on the face of the earth!
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2005 STi WRB w/Silver BBS Stage II OpenSource tuned by: Mattypants @ WTF Tuning
[APS Catless Downpipe] [Invidia G200 CBE][Feal 441 Coilovers][Kartboy Shifter and bushings][Group-N Tranny Mount]
"If I have 10 ice cubes and you have 11 giraffes, how many pancakes can fit on the roof? Purple, because aliens donít wear hats" -Ying
I have posted another thread I would like for you all to see, it is Photos from two Ferrari F1 engine rebuilds I was involved in and also some fairly rare closeup Photos of several of Schumachers F1 cars
please take a look and post questions and commentshttp://www.clubwrx.net/forums/showth...hp?t=134338585
Two weeks since the subaru project was finished, everything with the car is great, there are absolutely no noises comming from the rear struts. I am a glad it worked as the inverted strut insert really was quite worn, the subaru does have nearly 50,000 miles on it now.
looking back at the pictures I am really glad I took the time to do the project, the only downside is not wanting to use it as much now that I have it all cleaned up.