Who’d have thunk it.
Set number 2 and 3, Enkei PF01s that the previous owner had powdercoated in this bronze and (fairly rough) ‘05-07 STI forged BBSs.
In the hands of Matt Leblanc, Rory Reid and Chris Harris.
Here we see a young WRX in its natural environment, seeking sustenance at the local watering hole. Alas, this establishment is unable to provide the 91 Octane it craves.
Looks like I’ll be picking up my Subie on Monday and since winter has started here I’ll be putting winter tires on it immediately. They will go on the stock wheels, because I don’t care much for their looks, so I’ll need another set for the tires that come with it. What’s the consensus on this setup?
Or eventually..., I don’t know yet.
This is interesting:
The design was passed on because of IP concerns with the Hella brand. I thought it might be ok on artistic license but their decision is understandable. I can throw it up on my Society6 page if there is any interest.
Just spectating, but badass nonetheless.
First things first. This van is cursed. Please, oh please take it away from my house before it kills me. Secondly, the mileage listed above is wrong. Read on, dear buyer, and find out why.
Per the BBC:
Purportedly north of 600hp at the wheels and after taking a ride during fun runs after competition runs had ended, I believe it. Short video after the jump.
Going through photos from autocross back in May, found this little Bimmer that stopped by while we were running. Hopefully the owner sees fit to give it a run at some point.
Installed more than two weeks ago, just now getting around to taking/posting some pictures.
Needed for a Blipshift submission. I’ve got the graphic nearly done but I’m drawing a blank on this. Winner will be paid in a free shirt if the design is chosen. Aaaaand go!
All of the #twoWheelsGood, none of the #twoWheelsBad.
Tires Monday, hopefully.
Generally it looks wider than expected to me but there are certainly some narrow spots. The cars flying up through the old town will looks amazing but I suspect there will be some carnage. They’re gonna need track workers on par with those at Monaco, and lots of them, to make the race run smoothly. We’ll see in two…