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    How long Does a wrx last?

    If you baby the car, never race, never launch, no mods. How many miles can a wrx handle?

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    My rex has about 150,000 and still pulls as new....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tdurden02wrx View Post
    If you baby the car, never race, never launch, no mods. How many miles can a wrx handle?
    Properly maintained, +200k
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    If my 87' T-Bird Turbo Coupe went 225k+ being abused, I'm sure a Scooby can do 300k+ easy if maintained properly.
    That T-Bird still had a ton of get-up-and-go, puff of blue smoke an hang on! But the Body just started to crumble.
    If you live in the northeast, wash the underside often during the winter. Salt is BRUTAL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtModJunkie View Post
    If my 87' T-Bird Turbo Coupe went 225k+ being abused, I'm sure a Scooby can do 300k+ easy if maintained properly.
    That T-Bird still had a ton of get-up-and-go, puff of blue smoke an hang on! But the Body just started to crumble.
    If you live in the northeast, wash the underside often during the winter. Salt is BRUTAL!
    how are you washing the underside?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjboudreaux77
    how are you washing the underside?
    Most of the touchless car washes by me have an undercarriage sprayer for as you drive into the tunnel
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    Quote Originally Posted by idipskoalmint View Post
    Most of the touchless car washes by me have an undercarriage sprayer for as you drive into the tunnel
    That, or go to one where you handle the sprayer yourself and "on your knees, beyotch"!
    Well worth the effort.
    I always thought about that Rhino Liner getting sprayed in the wheelwells would be awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtModJunkie
    That, or go to one where you handle the sprayer yourself and "on your knees, beyotch"!
    Well worth the effort.
    The manual ones will do a better job, but I always get soaked whenever I do it with the sprayer (I also get pretty wet when I do it by hand with the hose). I hit the touchless about once/week in the winter time, as I still have about a 20-min drive left to get home, so the water has a chance to fully dry before I let it sit in the cold temperature (I don't have a garage you can store a car in, so yeah).
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    too bad theres no such thing as a wrx without any mods, never launched, or raced. (ALL TOGETHER, for you sarcastic literal posters out there) why would u buy a wrx if you cant spank the ricer boys?
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