This is a discussion on WRX vs. WRX STi within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by be1ieve1111 That explains those involuntary right turns when you open that throttle up. I know, right! My ...
"Bro ima get Bimota BB3 because expert. My parents have 911 turbo but awd won't let me launch, ima get 962 twin turbo Group C bro." -- SD_GR
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And it cost me a **** load to get it to perform the way it does today. You don't have to defend your precious STI to me.
Summing up..... you can purchase a standard rex and mod the car to your liking. If you don't have the funds up front to purchase an STI don't be dishearted by a standard car and do it in stages and funds permitting you will end up with something unique.
Many of my friends had to get their cars home on traytops after attending the drags, it's not neccesarily the gearbox that let's go, but more than likey drive shafts and clutches.
I don't launch, full stop. At a recent race meeting a friend of mine did in his 3rd gear in his 6 speed STI box, which is certainly not common. What I'm trying to say is, anything can be broken if you try hard enough, I feel that I have nothing to proof and certainly not amongst friends, that know what the car is capable off.