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Subaru WRX FAQ

Since its early 2000s introduction stateside, the WRX — formerly the Impreza WRX — has gone through a multitude of changes. Just about everything on the car is different for 2022 compared to the first generation, and you might not even recognize them as the same car. This guide is here to cover all of…

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FA20DIT vs EJ257

The FA20DIT and EJ257 are two of the most popular performance engines that Subaru has ever produced. The EJ257 is one of the most iconic and legendary tuner engines of all time. It powered every iteration of the STi in North America from 2004 on, and was perennially one of the top performance options on…

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How to Build A Subaru BRZ Track Car

In terms of affordable front-engined, rear-wheel drive grip monsters, the Subaru BRZ is an enticing prospect. The naturally aspirated boxer 4-cylinder provides a modest amount of power but keeps the center of gravity low. In combination with the BRZ’s near 50/50 weight distribution, 6-speed manual transmission, and 4-way Torsen LSD, its natural habitat is the…

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Subaru WRX Upgraded Intake Guide

The Subaru WRX is a legend on the streets. Turbocharged. Boxer four-cylinder. All-wheel-drive. It’s hard to deny that they’re the complete package. They’re almost endlessly modifiable too. A performance intake is one of the least expensive, easiest to install, and most pleasing modifications that you can do to a WRX.  While you’ll see a slight…

The 5 Best Subaru BRZ, FRS, GT86 Performance Mods
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The 5 Best Subaru BRZ, FRS, GT86 Performance Mods

The 2.0L BRZ produced 197-205hp and 151-156lb-ft. of torque. While these numbers might not seem very appealing, the approx. 2,700lb curb weight of these cars makes them a joy to drive. However, if their 7.6 second 0-62mph time doesn’t excite you, there are a handful of simple BRZ performance mods that can be bolted-on to…