Subaru drifter? WRX STi ej22 boosted with GTX3076R

Thread in 'Drifting Chat / Pictures / Videos' started by tunermt, Aug 29, 2013.

  1. tunermt

    tunermt Member

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    Been away from the forum for to long and rather that simply troll around i figure i would try to share :)
    This Subi was built strictly for the love of drifting and the owners desire and passion to learn how to build, maintain and drive his own project. When DJ (owner) first picked up the subi he had only a basic understanding of automotive mechanics, by the end of the build... well you can see what he ended up with. Of course it always helps to surround yourself with friends/family that build cars for a living.


    Interview with the owner DJ of this RWD subaru:
    Brewed Motorsports: RWD Subaru drift build aka Driftaru 9 questions with owner/driver DJ


    Recently the car was all wrapped up and once on the track it started to get a good amount of attention, resulting in the cover of last month Super Street!


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    I'll share the FULL build list as soon as i can find some time!


    ***the old set up**** stock motor open source ECU tuning


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    The NEW set up, custom ej22, GTX3076R, Twin scroll Full-Race manifold custom up pipe, tuned on AEM ems.


    This picture spread like wild fire, Ass in the air!
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    Open source ECU tuning
    Track Support, ECU Mapping and E Tuning all ECU & EMS


    Paint
    Elevens' paint & fiber in Phoenix AZ


     
  2. chrisyboi

    chrisyboi Member

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    Looks very cool, can't help think something's odd about the cage tho.... Looks too far away from the pillers.
     
  3. tunermt

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    haha don't worry everybody who knows chassis/cages gives the owner shit for the unnecessary gussets on those C pillar bars ;)

    Thanks for the kind words on the car though, the owner is quite proud and for good reason if you ask me. (1st project he has actually built)
     
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    I'd really like to know how you converted it to RWD. Looked into this myself but couldn't seem to find anything...
     
  5. tunermt

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    There are a few good options for converting to RWD, shoot me an email with some details on your subi and i'd be happy to give you an idea of exactly what is needed and how to go about it ;)

    tuning@brewedmotorsports.com
     

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