For Sale 2006 STI Widebody Track Car $15,000
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    2006 STI Widebody Track Car $15,000

    Under 28K actual miles, excellent car for DE, TT & TA use.
    Stock Engine with a few tweaks produces 343 Wheel HP, 391 lbft torque on 100 octane fuel

    Body
    APR Wide Body Kit with Carbon Fiber Splitter & Rear Diffuser
    APR Carbon Fiber Wing
    Seibon Carbon Fiber Hood
    Seibon Carbon Fiber Deck Lid
    Percy’s Speed Glass Windshield and Rear Window

    Suspension/Brakes/Wheels/Tires
    K-sport Adjustable Coil Overs
    Cobb Adjustable Rear Sway Bar
    Whiteline Front Sway Bar
    Brembo Slotted Rotors (Hawk Pads)
    Active Front Brake Ducting
    10”x18” Volk Racing Wheels
    285/30-18 Hoosier R6 Tires

    Engine/Driveline
    Centerforce Clutch
    Cobb Short Shifter
    Koyo Aluminum Radiator
    Cobb Access Port Tuner

    Interior
    Custom Cage by McCabe Racing
    Longacre 14” Panoramic Mirror
    Sparco Pro 2000 Seats (2)
    Simpson 5 point Harness (2)
    Cool Shirt System
    Momo Steering Wheel
    Quartz Racing LT-Q6000 GPS Lap timer

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    That's pretty sweet! GLWS
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    A few tweaks???

    What the heck are the few tweaks to produce that much power??? Certainly isn't stock. Power modifications might best be disclosed in order to make a good sale!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    A few tweaks???

    What the heck are the few tweaks to produce that much power??? Certainly isn't stock. Power modifications might best be disclosed in order to make a good sale!
    Just a Cobb downpipe & exhaust, bigger injectors & 100 octane tune.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bruski View Post
    Just a Cobb downpipe & exhaust, bigger injectors & 100 octane tune.
    Wow! That's impressive!

    I knew better octane allowed for better power, but didn't think going to 100 would do that well. Good stuff. How much boost?

    Regardless, GLWS!!!
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