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Hey... I am about to get my "new" 2002 Wrx Sedan... I currently have a 2006 Impreza Wagon that I will be selling once I get the WRX on the road...
I have always had two cars... a summer and a winter... my summer car is a 1982 Nissan 240sx with an RB25 motor swap...
I am selling it and the Suby wagon and fixing up the WRX to be both my summer and winter cars....
I like to Autocross race, so I plan on doing some race mods.
If anyone has a great place to deal with, please feel free to send a link.... A Canadian Company is preferred as it will save customs and duty crossing the border...
WRX Info Links, Courtesy TheJ
I'm mixing the barley with the grape again. Rory Gallagher
Själen är större än världen. Ricky Bruch
Let the liquor do the thinking. Jim Lahey
DISCLAIMER: Opinions expressed are the author's alone and are inherently worthless.
When deciding on Auto-X modifications, understand the classing system. If you plan to compete (rather than me, who only cares about driver improvement throughout the day), you want a car as close to stock as possible. When you start getting higher up in class, you will be paired against the better drivers with more power than you (which can hurt/help them).
First Mods: What to do and what not to do
2012 WRB WRX base hatchback - Stage 1 with a meaty area under the curve thanks to Mattypants @ WTF Tuning, LLC
Previous Cars: 2004 RSX-S, 1998 Grand Prix GTP
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