SRT USA #1 at Rally in the 100 Acre Wood

David Higgins and Craig Drew dominated at this weekend’s snowy Rally in the 100 Acre Wood. With ice covering 50% of the roads yesterday and steady snow all day with 6+” of accumulation, this was a true snow event. The 2015 Subaru WRX STI handled the treacherous conditions with ease and performed flawlessly all weekend. […]

2015 WRX STI Wins Debut Event at Sno*Drift

The debut event for the new 2015 Subaru WRX STI at the Sno*Drift rally in Atlanta, Michigan was a flawless event for SRT USA. The new car exceeded all expectations, taking David Higgins and Craig Drew to a sweeping victory. As always, Sno*Drift drew large crowds of spectators despite the harsh winter conditions. The enthusiastic […]

SRTUSA's 2015 Open Class STi Teaser Photos

Subaru Motorsports has alluded that their new 2015 Open Class STi is ready and teased us with the following one liner: “Tucked away in a far corner of rural Maine, Subaru Rally Team USA tests the new 2015 WRX STI Open Class Rally car.” From the close up angles, its obvious that this is David Higgins […]


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Figured I should contribute to this. Built this setup for night TSD events, and for advance/pace/course-opening duties as various rally events in the PNW. Custom built and attaches via sockets welded to a reinforced front beam; stout enough to be used to lift the front of the car off the ground. The bar is quickly removable with two PTO pins on each side and carries 4x Hella FF1000s most of the time, but is designed to fit FF4000s when I feel like putting the expensive lamps on and re-aiming them (i.e. never). Also built to maintain clearance around the front >>
Here are some of the pictures that I captured from the mud fest last month at the CRS Rally School RallyX 2015!Visit http://www.wheelsdirty.com/ for more pictures. If you raced at this event and would like some pictures, please like my Facebook page and reply in the album with your class and car number. >>
Quote: Originally Posted by nepbug The trailing arms are the same between forester/outback/Impreza, no need to swap them. The difference is all in the bracket. 5x4.5 is 5x114.3, you are going to need 2 adapters to run them or one custom one. First, you need an adapter to go from 5x100 to 5x114.3, that's probably at least a 20mm adapter and depending on the offset of the wheels may cause issues. Second, Jeeps are lug-centric and suabrus are hub-centric, the center bore for a Subaru wheel is 56.1mm, Jeep would be 71.5mm if if was hub-centric, but since it is >>
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Just got my first Impreza a months ago and i don't think i want to drive anything other than it now. Name is David from richmond va i have a 2005 impreza 2.5rs and cant wait to start the fun. >>



Looks pretty chilly, you might need one of these.



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