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2004 Subaru Impreza WRX STi WR1 #128321 Mar 18, 9:36am Mar 18, 9:36am
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2004 Subaru Impreza WRX STi WR1
Well, those zany subaru people have done it again...

General Information
Price: $55,000
Miles Per Gallon: --/-- mpg
Curb Weight: 3263 lbs
Layout: Front-Engine/AWD
Transmission: 6-Speed Manual
Engine
Type: Turbocharged Flat-4
Displacement: 2457 cc
Horsepower: 320 bhp @ 5800 rpm
Torque: 310 lb-ft @ 4000 rpm
Redline: 7000 rpm
Performance
0-60 mph: 4.3 sec
0-100 mph: 10.6 sec
Quarter Mile: 12.8 sec @ 110 mph
Skidpad: .--g
Top Speed: 155 mph
Braking, 60-0 mph: --- ft
Slalom Speed: --.- mph
The WR1 version of Subaru's WRX Sti is a limited edition version (500 will be produced) that celebrates Petter Solberg's Driver's Title in the 2003 World Rally Championship. The car features several appearance and Performance upgrades. Visual enhancements include a stainless steel mesh grill, a lowered ride height (25mm), and 18-inch 7-spoke rims with Pirelli PZero tires. Performance upgrades include a revised engine control unit and a high-flow catalyst and sports silencer. The WR1 also features a driver's control-center-differential. A switch located near the handbrake allows the driver to distribute torque between front and rear wheels.
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that's a nice car, but a whole ton of money...I don't think I'd spend the money unless I had it to spend and was a collector or something...I'd probably put the extra money into a regular WRX and mod the balls out of it if I wanted one and had that kind of cash...just my thoughts...amazing car tho

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fuck that ... 20 hp for 25 grand more... i'll stick with the base STi and mod it.

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yeah 55k...this car should be collectors only.

but still 12 sec stock...woooooooo

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The thing is though, they won't depreciate in value. Look at the P1. They still exchange hands for almost the same price as they were new. spend 25 grand on a WRX Sti and in three years it'll be worth 8 or 9.

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Damn, that sounds badass eek



That's A LOT of money though, you could get a vette for that rolleyes

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Originally Posted by CeLlYgT04
Damn, that sounds badass eek



That's A LOT of money though, you could get a vette for that rolleyes

But I'm sure anybody and there mama would take this WRX STi WR1 over a vette any day. thumbsup

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Originally Posted by DaBigTickett
Originally Posted by CeLlYgT04
Damn, that sounds badass eek



That's A LOT of money though, you could get a vette for that rolleyes

But I'm sure anybody and there mama would take this WRX STi WR1 over a vette any day. thumbsup

sorry, but i rather have a 'vette over that. no bout adoubt it/

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Originally Posted by dennis
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Damn, that sounds badass eek



That's A LOT of money though, you could get a vette for that rolleyes

But I'm sure anybody and there mama would take this WRX STi WR1 over a vette any day. thumbsup

sorry, but i rather have a 'vette over that. no bout adoubt it/


I'd rather have this over a vette any day...so rare

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Thats way to expensive! Not a very big gain in hp for that amount of money.

and the "The WR1 also features a driver's control-center-differential. A switch located near the handbrake allows the driver to distribute torque between front and rear wheels." that has always been there, its on the sti model.


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Originally Posted by spaztikid
fuck that ... 20 hp for 25 grand more... i'll stick with the base STi and mod it.


That's exactly what I was thinking.

I'll take the wrx sti and throw on a few Performance mods..

It'll cost a whole helluva lot less than $25K thumbsdown


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haha too many Corvettes at Chino Hills...haha..

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Originally Posted by dennis
Originally Posted by DaBigTickett
Originally Posted by CeLlYgT04
Damn, that sounds badass eek



That's A LOT of money though, you could get a vette for that rolleyes

But I'm sure anybody and there mama would take this WRX STi WR1 over a vette any day. thumbsup

sorry, but i rather have a 'vette over that. no bout adoubt it/

WERD! z06 and supercharge it. only thing the sti would still be better at then a s/c z06 is on the dirt and in rallies.

and don't gimme the traditional "but the import handles better then the domestic," do your homework and you'll realize why.


and to that person who said "but 12 seconds stock," you can do that in a cobra for under 40 grand. toss in a few thousand in mods and you're in the 11's. 10's aren't too far away . . .


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i'd get a r34 for that much in japan

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Originally Posted by csulbkid
Originally Posted by dennis
Originally Posted by DaBigTickett
Originally Posted by CeLlYgT04
Damn, that sounds badass eek



That's A LOT of money though, you could get a vette for that rolleyes

But I'm sure anybody and there mama would take this WRX STi WR1 over a vette any day. thumbsup

sorry, but i rather have a 'vette over that. no bout adoubt it/

WERD! z06 and supercharge it. only thing the sti would still be better at then a s/c z06 is on the dirt and in rallies.

and don't gimme the traditional "but the import handles better then the domestic," do your homework and you'll realize why.


and to that person who said "but 12 seconds stock," you can do that in a cobra for under 40 grand. toss in a few thousand in mods and you're in the 11's. 10's aren't too far away . . .

I do agree with you, but I think one reason it's more expensive is because it's rare. Plus, seeings it's rare, wouldnt it be worth more down the road then the cobra...or vette?

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^^thats what im sayin

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looks nice

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i dont like the looks.

and if you buy it with intentions of selling it later, then yea rarity is of concern. or maybe you want a 'collectible' car.

that's not important to me though. if i buy a car i'm gonna drive the sh!t out of it and get the most enjoyment out of it i can possibly get. once it can't handle anymore and dies i move on to the next car . . .

maybe ill start collecting cars and selling them when i'm older and can't drive

edit: and btw, i dont' give a crap about the 'bling' factor of having a rare car


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Originally Posted by csulbkid
Originally Posted by dennis
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[quote=CeLlYgT04]Damn, that sounds badass eek



That's A LOT of money though, you could get a vette for that rolleyes

But I'm sure anybody and there mama would take this WRX STi WR1 over a vette any day. thumbsup



and to that person who said "but 12 seconds stock," you can do that in a cobra for under 40 grand. toss in a few thousand in mods and you're in the 11's. 10's aren't too far away . . .


you could do that to a civic for waaaaaaaaay less.

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It sounds like a stroked STi motor with a different ECU.

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Originally Posted by ILLmatic
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Originally Posted by dennis
Originally Posted by DaBigTickett
[quote=CeLlYgT04]Damn, that sounds badass eek



That's A LOT of money though, you could get a vette for that rolleyes

But I'm sure anybody and there mama would take this WRX STi WR1 over a vette any day. thumbsup



and to that person who said "but 12 seconds stock," you can do that in a cobra for under 40 grand. toss in a few thousand in mods and you're in the 11's. 10's aren't too far away . . .


you could do that to a civic for waaaaaaaaay less.

but the civic is crap lol.

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Originally Posted by LostAngel
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[quote=DaBigTickett][quote=CeLlYgT04]Damn, that sounds badass eek



That's A LOT of money though, you could get a vette for that rolleyes

But I'm sure anybody and there mama would take this WRX STi WR1 over a vette any day. thumbsup



and to that person who said "but 12 seconds stock," you can do that in a cobra for under 40 grand. toss in a few thousand in mods and you're in the 11's. 10's aren't too far away . . .


you could do that to a civic for waaaaaaaaay less.

but the civic is crap lol. [/quote]

not really...it had potential to smoke the shit out of most cars

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do you really wanna drive a gutted civic that probably has a SHITLOAD done to the suspension and therefor is extremely harsh on the street, having either a very expensive tranny or a tranny that needs to be replaced almost monthly, and you still have the fwd traction problem to overcome, and on top of that there is no way in hell you'll be street legal (not that matters much anyway)

not to mention the work and time you gotta put into a civic just to get it that fast. (and you gotta replace a shitload of parts that weren't designed to handle high power output)

o ya, and not to mention that you won't pimp any girls cool



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Originally Posted by csulbkid
do you really wanna drive a gutted civic that probably has a SHITLOAD done to the suspension and therefor is extremely harsh on the street, having either a very expensive tranny or a tranny that needs to be replaced almost monthly, and you still have the fwd traction problem to overcome, and on top of that there is no way in hell you'll be street legal (not that matters much anyway)

not to mention the work and time you gotta put into a civic just to get it that fast. (and you gotta replace a shitload of parts that weren't designed to handle high power output)

o ya, and not to mention that you won't pimp any girls cool


I agree 100% with that one, a civic...no matter how modded is not a 'chick magnet' of a car.

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Wow... Subaru is the best marketing company in the world.

The WRX was amazing because it was a Turbocharged AWD car with great power for under 25k. It was the only car stateside that could claim that. The STi was an even more impressive car, but it was in the same price range as better cars (350z, S2000) and faster cars (Mustang Cobra). Now they offer a car with a few more HP and people are actually impressed... but this time the overpricing is insane. The S4, M3, Corvette, Z4, Boxster S, and many more are actually cheaper!

Subaru might just be trying to improve it's image with these high performace cars... but to me, the thrill left when the 24k pricetag dig.


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it's still a really nice car. but overpriced.


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Originally Posted by csulbkid
it's still a really nice car. but overpriced.

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Originally Posted by RevMonster
Wow... Subaru is the best marketing company in the world.

The WRX was amazing because it was a Turbocharged AWD car with great power for under 25k. It was the only car stateside that could claim that. The STi was an even more impressive car, but it was in the same price range as better cars (350z, S2000) and faster cars (Mustang Cobra). Now they offer a car with a few more HP and people are actually impressed... but this time the overpricing is insane. The S4, M3, Corvette, Z4, Boxster S, and many more are actually cheaper!

Subaru might just be trying to improve it's image with these high performace cars... but to me, the thrill left when the 24k pricetag dig.


You are very perceptive. Sounds like the 300z story doesn't it!

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Originally Posted by RevMonster
Wow... Subaru is the best marketing company in the world.

The WRX was amazing because it was a Turbocharged AWD car with great power for under 25k. It was the only car stateside that could claim that. The STi was an even more impressive car, but it was in the same price range as better cars (350z, S2000) and faster cars (Mustang Cobra). Now they offer a car with a few more HP and people are actually impressed... but this time the overpricing is insane. The S4, M3, Corvette, Z4, Boxster S, and many more are actually cheaper!

Subaru might just be trying to improve it's image with these high performace cars... but to me, the thrill left when the 24k pricetag dig.
How is a Z and an s2000 better than an STI, and what exactly is a "better car"? Also, when it comes down to speed, the Cobra is barely faster than the STI.


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How is a Z and an s2000 better than an STI, and what exactly is a "better car"? Also, when it comes down to speed, the Cobra is barely faster than the STI.


The Z and S2000 are better because they are built with much higher quality materials. If you've ever been in the Subaru and then in one of those two vehicles, you'd know what I'm talking about (ask me where the Subaru cup holder is). Beyond that, as true sports cars they handle better, and they are from more reputable companies.

The Mustang might be "barely" faster, but it also has far more potential in the after market.

All personal opinion... but I think there is a reason that I see ten of these other cars for every STI that I see.



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do you really wanna drive a gutted civic that probably has a SHITLOAD done to the suspension and therefor is extremely harsh on the street, having either a very expensive tranny or a tranny that needs to be replaced almost monthly, and you still have the fwd traction problem to overcome, and on top of that there is no way in hell you'll be street legal (not that matters much anyway)

not to mention the work and time you gotta put into a civic just to get it that fast. (and you gotta replace a shitload of parts that weren't designed to handle high power output)

o ya, and not to mention that you won't pimp any girls cool


I agree 100% with that one, a civic...no matter how modded is not a 'chick magnet' of a car.


who needs to use a car to pimp chicks? rolleyes

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who needs to use a car to pimp chicks? rolleyes


I don't "need" one... but "hey lets go back to my place, i'll give you a ride in my yugo" isn't an ultra-effective pickup line.


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who needs to use a car to pimp chicks? rolleyes


I don't "need" one... but "hey lets go back to my place, i'll give you a ride in my yugo" isn't an ultra-effective pickup line. [/quote]

were talkin about modded civics here rice

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Originally Posted by gtstrdstyle
I honestly am In love with Wrxs, STis and anything else of that sort... So if i had the money, YES I would buy one

then why do you drive a celica instead of a wrx? spineyes


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Re: 2004 Subaru Impreza WRX STi WR1 [Re: LostAngel] #128362 Mar 19, 11:29am Mar 19, 11:29am

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UGLY, and $55K for under 400 HP? thatsfunny


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Originally Posted by DiabloGTS
UGLY, and $55K for under 400 HP?

Re: 2004 Subaru Impreza WRX STi WR1 [Re: DaBigTickett] #128365 Mar 19, 2:11pm Mar 19, 2:11pm
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isn't it just for the UK?

Re: 2004 Subaru Impreza WRX STi WR1 [Re: LostAngel] #128366 Mar 19, 2:14pm Mar 19, 2:14pm
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damn, thats very nice, but very expensive

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expensive because there not making much...only 500 remember
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