LOL, you guys are a trip!cnoff said:The first mod you would need is to have Subaru build a V6 for the STI. This is a very complicated mod and I do not recommend trying it by yourself.
You really need to be aware of all the red tape involved with Fuji Heavy Industries' top executives when requesting a new engine to be built. Many new developments will probably be required to support the new engine, including the development of the "V6 STI strut."
HELL YES! What about the Ferrari boxer 12 with integral transaxle? Best drivetrain of its time, hands down! I wish Ferrari would build a new "flat" engine and put it in front of the rear wheels! (Drool is forming in my mouth!)WRXed said:BTW, Pt, what about a horizontally opposed 6, or 8, or...? Would you buy one of those?
Subie's new H6 is a great engine, but it should be making WAY more power than it is. I think they are leaving themself room for steady 5-10HP increases over the next few years.wrxinthehouse said:Subaru has a new H6 that they are putting in the outbacks, but I've not heard many good things about it and I don't expect to see it in an STI ummmm ever.