subaru performance : Good thing I got mine in time. Also there will be no 2003 Camaro but a new 2004 model. And then there still is the Corvette.You do know what kind of engine that Impreza uses, don't you?I'm surprised you got yourself a convertible, Christian, since you seem toplace a lot of emphasis on handling.To me, the Camaro appears to have the same plastics and knobs as a$13,000 Cavalier. And I'd assume that since the Impreza has beenredesigned, it will no longer be the same as the previous generation.Not at all, I've had the opportunity to sit in one as well as be apassenger in one in an autocross.The Corvette is unlikely to go anywhere anytime soon, granted. But wouldyou buy a Corvette? It's price is significantly higher and it'sperformance could be surpassed much cheaper buy modifying your Camarowould it not? I'm curious to hear your reasoning why you think the F-bodies are beingdiscontinued though. They offer 90% of the Corvette's performance forjust over half the cost and they are pretty well the best "bang for thebuck" car on the market.
subaru performance : The Mustang is a bit more staid and attracts an older crowd. TheCamaro is pure performance but loses a great deal of sales potentialwhen a youngster finds out the insurance will be as much as the carpayment. On another topic a Camaro is a marvelous bang for the buck car but itisn't in the same league with a Corvette. Not only is the Corvettemiles ahead in structural integrity and suspension it is a much bettercar as an every day driver. I had an SS Camaro and a 3 hour trip in itis about as much as you want to endure. 3 hours in my Z51 Vette is apiece of cake.Really? It seems like all the Mustangs are owned by high schoolstudents, with Cobras owned by their fathers.Camaros are usually women, with a handful of guys in theirmid 30's driving newer Z28s. (Do you know how long it'sbeen since I've even *seen* a 3rd-gen F-body on the road?)You know, if it weren't for the C5 models, I'd be laughing my assoff right now!On Sat, 3 Mar 2001 18:33:51 -0500, "Izzy..." wrote:May be one of the biggest improvements ever made in any generation ofmodels. I was at the Rolex 24. It's cool to see GM back into realracing.
subaru performance : I think he meant the "Mustang" line as one car (6cyl, GT, or Cobra.) And Iagree with his assessment; most of the Mustanks I see around here aredriven by "slightly older" folks. The kids are driving the rice.. err..nevermind. :-)Well Izz, we're at disagreements again I guess. I owned a '96 Vette (basesuspension) before my 99 and I *absolutely* loved it. Either as a commuter,grocery getter, canyon carver, or long distance hauler. It was 50000%better a car than the 95 Z28 I had before it. In *every* sense of the word"better."[I guess the Z28 had one endearing quality: it was much easier to get into asweet 4-wheel drift than the Vette was.]The C4 handled the roads better, whether wet, dry, straight, curved, coveredin snow and ice, or whatever. Could the suspension and chassis be improvedupon? Absolutely. Could the ergonomics use an overhaul? Betcherass. Could the overall comfort be improved? No question whatsoever. But for acar essentially designed in the late 70s, it was and still is a*significantly* better platform than the 4th gen Camaro will ever be.Must be a regional thing. Imports still aren't popular here, I wonderwhy. Must be all of the GM and Ford plants within a 50 mile radius!
subaru performance : I have got an 81 Subaru Wagon.... I love the car... only problem is I cant seemto get heat from the heater... :: shrugs :: But thats not what I am worriedabout....i wanna know about aftermarket performance parts for my engine... I want tomake a go fast, look good subaru.... Any body mod kits or ground effects kitsetc....Thanks for your help,Jacob H-R81 Subaru Wagon88 Subaru Wagon GL-10i wanna know about aftermarket performance parts for my engine... I want toI had a 80 GLF HARDTOP 2DR 2wd that I wish I still had today. The only wayto customize those old models so they don't look stupid and you don't getlaughed at, is to rally them out!! My 80 had: Hella lights, trunk rack, metallic blue paint, matching blue 4wd spokerims, white letter tires, windshield banner, tinted windows, monza exhausttips, SCCA pro rally decals, bra, and mud flaps! It was a good looking car! remember to always keep it waxed and polished 'cause it will otherwiselook like every other old subie on the road.As far as engine mods etc unless your going to spend a lot of $$$$ I'd sayan k&n filter poss, free flow exhaust(loose those cats) performanceplugs/wires/ignition maybe some custom carb work?? (that ones a guess)synthetic oil in diff/trans/engine loose any smog related stuff, ac, ps tooanything to lighten the car.
subaru performance : Subaru has a factory sponsored Rally team but do they offer anything to the Subaru owner in the way of add on performance parts.I have looked at a few auto performance magazines and can notfind any thing in the way of after market performance parts forSubaru. Is any thing available? Word is that Subaru will have a host of performance parts availablepretty soon. Check with your dealer.Yes, lots of things. Wheels, brakes, suspension, body styling, interior,performance upgrades etc etc.They are all available from Prodrive (who prepare the work's rally cars),and available from Subaru dealers throughout Europe and Asia (and probablyworldwide).Lots of information on tuning Impreza's in particular (but will applyequally well to many other Subaru's) can be found at the very impressiveImpreza FAQWell, I guess I should have been more specific. I have beenlooking around and yes, I did find High Performance parts forSubaru (in the UK and AU) but, almost nothing in the USA. I don'tunderstand this, in a nation that is as car crazy as we are I canfind almost nothing in the way of after market High Performanceparts for my 95 Impreza LX.
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