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This is a discussion on Drove an SRT-4 within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by josnroh I drove a friends SRT4 and you are spot on with your review. I laid down ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by josnroh
    I drove a friends SRT4 and you are spot on with your review. I laid down 60' of rubber with that sucker hopping and weaving the whole time. Car was fun but a handfull.
    Motor mounts from AGP will take care of the wheel hop. The stock SRT sits pretty high, lowering with some coilovers and adding a prothane bushings kit chagnes everything. Of course, ditching the BFG KDWs (oem) to wider, stickier rubber also makes an incredible difference. The 2003 does not have Quaife differential, but 2004 and up do. Big difference.
    MOPAR Stage 3R Turbo, STS, Air / fuel ratio (wow, look at the pretty lights), Oil Pressure Boost (30 PSI), BOV, Borla Catback Exhaust, MOPAR Stage 3 Coilovers, Magnecor Wires, NGK Iridium Plugs, BDJ Heat Shield, Booger Bushings, Hotchkis Sway Bars, Stage 3 CM, AGP MMs and KOZZ trans., Complete Prothane Bushings Kit, Catch Can, Fan Mod, 180 thermostat, DC Sports F / R Strut Mounts, Silver Stars, SR-7 remote, Escort GT-Timer, Panther security system, Michelin Pilots 225/45/ZR17 on SSR GT2 wheels

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    Quote Originally Posted by SGOSWRX
    Nice review.
    Could you imagine a highly modded SRT-4 on the street. That thing would be retarded off the line. That thing would be all over the road. FWD isn't a good setup for a high powered car. But you can't argue with its bang for the buck. I would still rather buy a used
    2002 LS1 WS6 Trans Am for $19,000 though.

    There was a real nice LS1 WS6 with low miles for sale at a local car lot. They wanted
    18,999 for it.
    Hello. I am highly modded. And retarded...yes, definitely. It takes some drive time to get used to the torque steer at 376 ft/lb of torque, but I 'toed out' the alignment .5 negative (less actually) and adjusted the camber and it really handles quite nicely. My GT Timer shows 0.95 g to loss of grip on dry flat pavement. The only way to truly get around the FWD problem is with slicks, but I am still able to cut a 13.0 s 1/4 mile at 114 mph. I need some practice...horrendous 60 fts. This was on street tires.
    MOPAR Stage 3R Turbo, STS, Air / fuel ratio (wow, look at the pretty lights), Oil Pressure Boost (30 PSI), BOV, Borla Catback Exhaust, MOPAR Stage 3 Coilovers, Magnecor Wires, NGK Iridium Plugs, BDJ Heat Shield, Booger Bushings, Hotchkis Sway Bars, Stage 3 CM, AGP MMs and KOZZ trans., Complete Prothane Bushings Kit, Catch Can, Fan Mod, 180 thermostat, DC Sports F / R Strut Mounts, Silver Stars, SR-7 remote, Escort GT-Timer, Panther security system, Michelin Pilots 225/45/ZR17 on SSR GT2 wheels

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    welcome to clubwrx



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    My car sounds like a LIGER.......ERZ + SPT = LOUD......pretty much one of my favorite sounds.....



    JH

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-H
    welcome to clubwrx



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    Greetings San Diego. --> Military?
    MOPAR Stage 3R Turbo, STS, Air / fuel ratio (wow, look at the pretty lights), Oil Pressure Boost (30 PSI), BOV, Borla Catback Exhaust, MOPAR Stage 3 Coilovers, Magnecor Wires, NGK Iridium Plugs, BDJ Heat Shield, Booger Bushings, Hotchkis Sway Bars, Stage 3 CM, AGP MMs and KOZZ trans., Complete Prothane Bushings Kit, Catch Can, Fan Mod, 180 thermostat, DC Sports F / R Strut Mounts, Silver Stars, SR-7 remote, Escort GT-Timer, Panther security system, Michelin Pilots 225/45/ZR17 on SSR GT2 wheels

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