2004 Subaru Impreza WRX
1988 Toyota Supra Turbo
Head to Head
This is my wrx. She's preety stock other then a few alterations listed below(too lazy to copy and paste). No penny saved when it come to my wrx, full syntheic oil, subaru parts( i even bought the subaru tear down manuals, $256 for 5 of 9 manuals!!) when i can. About the only other cool thing that sets my wrx off is that there are only 3 in my 150 mile radius! not too shabby for a daily driver huh?
About “Paperweight/Land Whale”
Toyota's test bed for a car that would eventually dominate the import scene of the late 90's, driven by a turbocharged 3.0liter inline 6 composed of an iron block and aluminum head, capable of holding over 500 horsepower reliably on stock cast pistons and rods. Competed in Group A rally events, various racing series across the globe and was even the quickest production car in Japan before the debut of Nissan's Skyline R32.
Specs for “wrx”
2.0 liter flat 4
Specs for “Paperweight/Land Whale”
Rebuilt 7mgte: Stock rods, pistons, 6m crank, Cometic MHG, ARP Head Bolts. HP/TQ unknown, car has never been dynoed before so benching at its best would put it a little above 200hp.
Factory Options for “wrx”
momo styled steering wheel
and some others i cant remember rite now
Factory Options for “Paperweight/Land Whale”
Targa, TEMS, Turbo, Grey cloth interior,Turbo Wing.
Mods for “wrx”
3" hks stainless steel exhaust from the turbo back
aem cold air intake
hks SSQ blow-off valve
optima yellow top battery
bazooka 300 watt amp
extant 10 subwoofer in a banpass box
Mods for “Paperweight/Land Whale”
Engine: Rebuilt 7m with less than 20 miles on it. Cometic MHG, ARP Headbolts, K/N Intake, 3 inch elbow/downpipe.
Fuel: Walbro 255 Pump, MAF-translator.
Drivetrain: Swapped from auto to Manual (R154), using Redline MT90 and Marlin Crawler nylon bushings to smoothen and stiffen shifts.
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