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New Subaru guy introduction

Discussion in 'Gadgets & Gear' started by Donzo, Feb 28, 2011.

  1. Donzo

    Donzo

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    Feb 23, 2011
    Hey guys, I recently joined this site and look forward to being a regular member. I'm a very active member of the Subaru community (Nasioc - same username) with over 17,000 posts.

    And of course, I have to post a few pics of my Subaru. lol

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  2. xtestifyx

    xtestifyx

    Feb 4, 2010
    And what are you trying to achieve here?
     
  3. TrickyVic

    TrickyVic

    478
    Nov 22, 2007
    Welcome to BF! I'm a Subbie owner too. Mine isn't fast but it kicks butt in the snow!

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  4. ROCK6

    ROCK6 Gold Member Gold Member

    Feb 8, 2004
    How funny...my wife got rid of her Outback about 4 years ago for a Nissan Pathfinder. She like the Pathfinder but really missed her Outback. She much prefers the older style (2009 was the last year of the old style) and it just so happened and almost brand-new 2009 Outback with less than 28,000 miles and pristine condition was for sale at the dealership. Well, after 3 hours of dealing, she's now a happy camper again;) Subaru makes some great vehicles...

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  5. Donzo

    Donzo

    21
    Feb 23, 2011
    That post was taken out of context from another post of mine. I posted those pics in a different thread and a mod moved them here. Basically I'm just introducing myself to the BF community since I plan to stick around for some time. I mentioned that I'm an active member of the Subaru forums with over 17,000 posts (hence why I posted the pics) so rest assured that I'm no scammer/flake. :D
     
  6. MrMushSHROOM

    MrMushSHROOM

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    Apr 9, 2009
    Not low enough. If you're not rubbing, you're doing it wrong.:jerk it:
     
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  7. Grouch

    Grouch

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    Oct 28, 2005
    2005 Legacy GT Sedan owner, here!
    (My wife has a Legacy LX Wagon.)
     
  8. crackerjax

    crackerjax Platinum Member Platinum Member

    Feb 29, 2008
    I like my 03 forester
     
  9. Donzo

    Donzo

    21
    Feb 23, 2011
    Haha Some pics I'm on coilovers (summer mode), others I'm on springs (winter mode). My lazy ass didn't feel like taking the Chargespeed kit off this winter so it stayed on.

    I'm getting tired of daily driving a modified car. :grumpy:
     
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  10. Drudge

    Drudge

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    Jun 20, 2009
    Great looking car bro. I especially like what you did to the front grill. PS - I posted in your other thread, glad to have you aboard :)
     
  11. rookie4real

    rookie4real

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    Aug 15, 2007
    Hey Donzo, welcome. I'm an ex-STI owner myself, used to drive '06 with Cobb stage2 with protune and lower springs, that registered 320 awhp on the dyno with '98 octane, very capable car especially on twisty roads.
     
  12. Flipincanadian

    Flipincanadian

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    Jan 28, 2004
    Nice car Donzo and welcome to another addicting hobby. I've got an ej257'd forester myself. You should add a mod list to your pictures.
     
  13. Steven65

    Steven65 Traditional Hog Platinum Member

    Mar 11, 2008
    Welcome!

    I have a '99 GT/WRX
    I have owned it from new. It is so heavily modded now there is virtually no original mechanical parts in the car:p

    Here are some pics of my car and the link to Coops Subaru Thread.......
    http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=547833&page=6

    I hope you have fun here with the knife nuts................:)
    Steven

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  14. mete

    mete Gold Member Gold Member

    Jun 10, 2003
    Get a real car -- RWD . A RWD Subie is coming !! Make for an interesting Rally car for those who want real rallying !
    www.rallynewyork.net
     
  15. Rupestris

    Rupestris Gold Member Gold Member

    Mar 1, 2006
    I'm not as sporty as some of you. My '02 Legacy GT with Blizzaks has made this winter a hoot. We've had a pretty good amount of snow, like most of the upper midwest and eastern US, but it hasn't stopped me from making it to work on time yet. ;)

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    It isn't fast and it sure isn't pretty but it's as dependable as a hammer and gets 30+ MPG.

    I don't think I can go back to a non-AWD vehicle. Being more of an outdoorsy, canoe on the roof, dogs in the back family, we're looking at a used Forester when my daughter takes this one from me.
     
  16. SharpByCoop

    SharpByCoop Enjoying the discussions Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Oct 8, 2001
    He he he! Welcome!

    Like you, I'm a member of NASIOC (same username) and had a 2006 STI. (500whp, 10.85 et, as a daily driver! :eek: ) We just converted it back to stock and sold it.

    That said we are now driving a 2002 WRX hatchback. My wife won't let me have it, though. SHE makes me drive the '07 T&C minivan. :(

    That is, when I'm not in my Twin-turbo Infinit G37s. :D

    We have a lot in common. Welcome. :)

    Coop
     
  17. SharpByCoop

    SharpByCoop Enjoying the discussions Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Oct 8, 2001
    Steven, I LOVE that car. No US version.

    Donzo, that's SWEET.

    When I hear the sound of a Suby my ears perk right up. :)

    Coop
     
  18. omaha-beenglockin

    omaha-beenglockin

    Oct 22, 2005
    Test drove a Legacy(I think that's what it was) in '93---brand new one on the lot---what a rough running POS--barely even stayed running.

    Never have looked at em again. Never will.
     
  19. Shann

    Shann

    Sep 2, 2004
    Love Subbies. Bought my Mom two and my Son one. They have been pretty high maintenance unfortunately, but they love them. We took my Son's 1998 Legacy Outback to Burlington in a blizzard Friday night with nary a slip. Until the snow gets high, it handles better on bad roads than my Ranger FX4.

    None of the ones I've driven have been remotely fast, but they all handle pretty well. I don't know if its the AWD that causes the "on rails" feel in turning. I'm thinking about the WRX (not STI) for a daily driver after my Son gets out of college, but it might just be too small.
     
  20. Danbo

    Danbo Platinum Member Platinum Member

    Nov 28, 1999
    2008 Legacy Limited here.
     

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