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This is a discussion on Wagon (stg2) vs. R32 within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by JDM 3SGTE a good friend of mine got a R32 last year. this is what happens: Stock ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDM 3SGTE
    a good friend of mine got a R32 last year. this is what happens:

    Stock R32 vs Stg2 WRX - Wrx will win every time. No matter the speed. Stop or roll. We went from a launch, i missed second giving him a substancial lead, and i passed him (with authority) as i shifted into 4th and would have kept pulling away. From a roll i instantly put about 2 1/2 cars on him, and would inch away at higher speeds(90+).

    Intake R32 vs Stg2 WRX - My lead is cut down by a car. I walk away slower than previously.

    Intake Chip R32 vs Stg2 WRX - dead even through all of 2nd and 3rd. i had a 150lbs passenger. dont think that would have made much of a difference.
    sounds about right. intake chip R32 = Stg2 WRX... exactly what i expected.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WrxRick
    Wow the R32 is surely impressive.

    um please i hope your kidding


    i sweat those cars.....they are sexy as hell but by no means impressive.....they are heavy pigs with 14. sec 1/4s for over 30gs thats terrible

    not to mention my stock forester xt slowly but surley walked them

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    Quote Originally Posted by FastXT



    um please i hope your kidding


    i sweat those cars.....they are sexy as hell but by no means impressive.....they are heavy pigs with 14. sec 1/4s for over 30gs thats terrible

    not to mention my stock forester xt slowly but surley walked them
    chill on the haterade dude...you can appreciate the car for what it is
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    Quote Originally Posted by FastXT



    um please i hope your kidding


    i sweat those cars.....they are sexy as hell but by no means impressive.....they are heavy pigs with 14. sec 1/4s for over 30gs thats terrible

    not to mention my stock forester xt slowly but surley walked them
    i dont understand why everyone is so hyped about the price? I mean, i can get a used trans am for under 20k or a used cobra(sc~30K) and make an sti look like a econobox in front of them. 30gs for what u get its a pretty good deal. You get everything in the R32 that u get in the sti and A LOT MORE, except a turbo and a smaller engine... and the sti is more expensive. Oh, and the price wont depreciate. I am finding R32's a year old selling from 28-34,000 and seeing STI's a year old selling for 25k. I think if you cant afford spending 30g's on something that is meant to be driven by enthusiasts, then dont complain. No offense to subarus, love them to death, but i can't see myself going back to them, thats why im still in search of an M3 or M5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ellinopedo182
    i dont understand why everyone is so hyped about the price? I mean, i can get a used trans am for under 20k or a used cobra(sc~30K) and make an sti look like a econobox in front of them. 30gs for what u get its a pretty good deal. You get everything in the R32 that u get in the sti and A LOT MORE, except a turbo and a smaller engine... and the sti is more expensive. Oh, and the price wont depreciate. I am finding R32's a year old selling from 28-34,000 and seeing STI's a year old selling for 25k. I think if you cant afford spending 30g's on something that is meant to be driven by enthusiasts, then dont complain. No offense to subarus, love them to death, but i can't see myself going back to them, thats why im still in search of an M3 or M5.
    well said
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    i love the r32 im not hating im saying.....i wouldnt be hyped at a car that my forester beats when it costs over 30 k....... and there is no reason for it


    ps sti's for 25 k 1 year old HOW MANY MILES BUDDY sti's hold their value quite well

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