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    so u got a 2015 sti? anyways next year they will hopefully swap out the ecu and they promised to update the looks of the car to sell EVO esque-ugly

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    Quote Originally Posted by haroot View Post
    so u got a 2015 sti? anyways next year they will hopefully swap out the ecu and they promised to update the looks of the car to sell EVO esque-ugly
    Well I'm glad to report that my opinion greatly differs from yours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haroot View Post
    and btw no idiot I bought a 2007 s2000 new after driving that car for years and hopping into a trash Subaru with Electrical problems thats Uglier and produces the same 1/4 mile and 0-60 times practically boosted, basically a trash 2.0 liter, my 3s-gte in my 1991 celica convertible was way faster... and handles just as good
    Whoa...calm down there young keyboard warrior, just because you suck at getting into 1st doesnt mean the car sucks. Ive had my 15 for about 4k miles and ive had no problems and would gladly smoke your ****ty celica anytime. Also if you thought the car was ugly and slow why did you buy it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxedd View Post
    Whoa...calm down there young keyboard warrior, just because you suck at getting into 1st doesnt mean the car sucks. Ive had my 15 for about 4k miles and ive had no problems and would gladly smoke your ****ty celica anytime. Also if you thought the car was ugly and slow why did you buy it....
    Methinks that Haroot never owned a 2015. One cannot simply "return" a car
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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    Methinks that Haroot never owned a 2015. One cannot simply "return" a car
    Yah especially with 450 miles on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by haroot View Post
    and btw no idiot I bought a 2007 s2000 new after driving that car for years and hopping into a trash Subaru with Electrical problems thats Uglier and produces the same 1/4 mile and 0-60 times practically boosted, basically a trash 2.0 liter, my 3s-gte in my 1991 celica convertible was way faster... and handles just as good
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    At least he provided some entertainment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gizmo0034 View Post
    At least he provided some entertainment.
    Indeed, banning him was pretty entertaining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mycologist View Post
    Indeed, banning him was pretty entertaining.

    You moderators get to have all the fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichD514 View Post
    You moderators get to have all the fun.
    Yeah most moderation is just work and gets to be a PITA, like Dez moving misplaced threads out of EIT all day long. On top of that regular mods don't get a ban button.

    Other than spammers, it is really pretty rare, though I have to say it is quite satisfying to be able to cap them when they really deserve it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxedd View Post
    and would gladly smoke your ****ty celica anytime.
    The Celica GT-Four was actually a very cool car. I would definitely own one if it could be found for a decent price.

    Incidentally, I would love to drive a Toyota Caldina GT-Four. It's a shame the USA never gets the cool cars...
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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    The Celica GT-Four was actually a very cool car. I would definitely own one if it could be found for a decent price.

    Incidentally, I would love to drive a Toyota Caldina GT-Four. It's a shame the USA never gets the cool cars...
    They were great. In the "Carlos vs. Juha" era (when Subaru were the comedic relief of rallying, with McRae getting nowhere fast in the Legacy), Toyota released a limited edition Carlos Sainz Celica.

    I'd love to own one.

    The Celica was the first Japanese car that could win an event not limited to local entrants only, even if Lancia showed up. Before the AWD GrA/8 Celica, if the competition wasn't in Africa and anybody serious showed up (Lancia, Audi, Peugeot, Ford, Opel) the Japanese cars were hopelessly outclassed.

    Even the Celica Twin Cam Turbo could only win in Coite D'Ivoire or Kenya. The Celica GT4 changed the world.

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    A local man purchased an abused ST165 (Celica Alltrac in the USA) for $7500 in very rough condition. After much toil and labor, the car runs. These cars command a premium. I seen to recall that Rayfield took ownership of an Alltrac at one time.
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    I always miss out when there is a BAN hammer dropped. Oh well, he seemed like an idiot. But back on topic. I keep reading many threads about electrical failures on the 2015 WRX on here and nasioc. And honestly I am not to surprised. Just like any other car manufacturer, when they release a brand new model that has many more electrical advancements than the prior there is bound to be issues. I hope that SOA does the right thing and sets things right with everyone, and some of these stories are kind of scary. Like the car just stopping dead and leaving to hopefully coast the car somewhere safe. Def some issues that need to be worked out. It also makes me thankful that I have a 2011 that is in great working condition. This is why I try to stay away from the first model of a new generation vehicle. Best of luck to everyone, the 15 wrx is without a great machine, just need to fix the bugs.

    Zax, do all of these threads make you love that old EJ engine a little more now? LOL. At least you know what the issues will be with the EJ engine.
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