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This is a discussion on The Official Southern Oregon Thread within the North Western States forums, part of the Regional Discussion category; It's hard for me to concentrate on more than one forum, and those ones are all weird. I'll try and ...

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    It's hard for me to concentrate on more than one forum, and those ones are all weird. I'll try and stick with it tho. Thanks again, damn near forgot about that place.
    My poor tranny!... someone sell me an aspen white 06 sti.

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    so who wants to go for a drive?

    and the_black_one we should rally sometime if you know some good spots...mostly in my saab (i dont like to rally the wrx, a little too risky, and admittingly too fast for gravel) i just scout out good corners and repeat em a few times if nobody is around, so its not much of a long or interesting "rally drive"....but whatever...
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    sellin the wheels-- first dibs to the RS crew. Prodrive anthracite P7's & Bridgestone RE750's -gauging interest-


    But reply soon if interested- may have a buyer already...

    ... the rex is soundin' mean Marty
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    SOLD!

    I may have been able to get what I paid originally had I not f'd one of them up a tad. Wheel swap, oil change, transmission/diff fluid flush, and air filter cleaning are goin' down today. The black one should like that.

    I think I'm gonna have to go tear up some dirt and gravel today... any of you ever hit up that area right on emigrant lake on the left of 66 past the cemetary? It says 'no offroading' - but what is the definition of that anyway?

    Now I have to decide whether I'm gonna swap the wheels myself or take em into the goons at schwab and risk them chipping the finish in the lug holes (again) I got my other tires there, so they do it free, but is it worth the risk?
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    I would just do it at schwab, but then again I'm lazy. I've had my interior out for the last week installing Dynamat Extreme very slowly piece by piece. Whatever.

    Hey a quick question - Has anyone else gotten their suby off the ground significantly, and on what road? I only ask because I had a little bit of airtime today (6"+) while passing someone on that backroad that goes from Hugo to G.P. (Mallory/Granite Hill/WTF) It doesn't appear to have messed up anything, so I think I'm good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 240kph
    I would just do it at schwab, but then again I'm lazy. I've had my interior out for the last week installing Dynamat Extreme very slowly piece by piece. Whatever.

    Hey a quick question - Has anyone else gotten their suby off the ground significantly, and on what road? I only ask because I had a little bit of airtime today (6"+) while passing someone on that backroad that goes from Hugo to G.P. (Mallory/Granite Hill/WTF) It doesn't appear to have messed up anything, so I think I'm good.
    stock suspension? damn.
    no airtime for me... maybe once I swap an EJ20.

    so how was the landing?
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    Imd own to go for a drive up herer near portland...
    My poor tranny!... someone sell me an aspen white 06 sti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_black_one
    SOLD!

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    I think I'm gonna have to go tear up some dirt and gravel today... any of you ever hit up that area right on emigrant lake on the left of 66 past the cemetary? It says 'no offroading' - but what is the definition of that anyway?
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    im not positive because i haven't cehcked it all out, but i think that would be severely lame in a subaru. big ruts and any flat areas are somewhat bumpy and very harsh ground...

    next time you wanna rally post up and i'll take teh saab out for a spin...pun intended?

    as for 240kph oin teh air, i've gotten reasonable air before and if the anding felt smooth i think youre okay on the stock suspension. i only experienced it on stock wheels/tires/suspension though...
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    Wow, drunken post on my last one. I hope I never try to sell my car on here. The landing wasn't bad, I landed a tiny bit sideways and got a little loose, but overall very smooth. Before that I've only gotten a little loose on the crests of hills, mostly on that road (which I highly reccomend if you're going through the area and have a few minutes, it's pretty short) I'm stock except for my Superleggeras and tires. I got pretty loose on Beacon drive in GP where it the road shifts over and they have that big speed bump. I guess that's what happens when you take it at 85mph with the lights off (don't ask).
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    hmmmmm... superleggaras
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    You should get them, everybody else is these days. You could even copy me and get them in gold........

    Just kidding, Josh was the first to get them, minor detail LOL
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    sedan rear sway/17x7 gold OZ Superleggeras/black stockers

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    all i know is that they look really nice on audi S4's in particular, and they are supposed to be pretty light. off topic but my favorite wheels that would actually look terrible on a wrx are the BBS LM's. but on a bmw, oh jesus.
    bmw addict. often a practicing rwd purist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 240kph
    Wow, drunken post on my last one. I hope I never try to sell my car on here. The landing wasn't bad, I landed a tiny bit sideways and got a little loose, but overall very smooth. Before that I've only gotten a little loose on the crests of hills, mostly on that road (which I highly reccomend if you're going through the area and have a few minutes, it's pretty short) I'm stock except for my Superleggeras and tires. I got pretty loose on Beacon drive in GP where it the road shifts over and they have that big speed bump. I guess that's what happens when you take it at 85mph with the lights off (don't ask).
    Drunk when you posted, or when you got air? (or both?)
    Don't you bring that weak tot action

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    Let's not get caught up on the "details" shall we?
    Life is a b!tch, so smack it on the ass and say "Thanks for the ride"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Essvar
    Let's not get caught up on the "details" shall we?
    Speaking of details, have you gotten your car sorted out yet? And when are you going to give me back my tools and scanner, beotch?

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