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Old 11-03-2011, 09:07 AM   #691 (permalink)
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i have a 03 forester x. i think i have you beat at having the lamest. Its a lesbian love wagon.
Hey man, don't hate too much on the rug munching mobile! I plan on buying one for my DD and winter car once I pay off my WRX!

Here's a non-winter pic of my car. Too much work to list, but among other things it has a VF-34 turbo, STi 6-speed tranny, STi suspension, etc...


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Old 11-03-2011, 09:12 AM   #692 (permalink)
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hey guys,

i have a question for you guys who use roof racks for your boards. I have roof racks on my 07 gti and ill throw like 4 boards in the racks. the weird thing is sometimes when drive up to the mtn i guess its very very cold and w.e but when i take out the boards there is a crease mark from the roof racks holding the board in. does anyone get this? and also does anyone know how to keep the road grime off the boards. i hate that when i get up there to the mtn my board and bindings have dirt and road grime from driving.

sorry for the rant
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Old 11-03-2011, 12:16 PM   #693 (permalink)
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It seems like you are following too close to the guy infront of you. I dont see any way your car can kick up enough dirt to get the boards dirty ontop of your car, so its probablu comming from the car infront of you
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hey guys,

i have a question for you guys who use roof racks for your boards. I have roof racks on my 07 gti and ill throw like 4 boards in the racks. the weird thing is sometimes when drive up to the mtn i guess its very very cold and w.e but when i take out the boards there is a crease mark from the roof racks holding the board in. does anyone get this? and also does anyone know how to keep the road grime off the boards. i hate that when i get up there to the mtn my board and bindings have dirt and road grime from driving.

sorry for the rant
Wrap your board in plastic film (tight so it doesn't flap) and wash the board rack? It's just dirt...
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2004 Audi A4 USP, 6 speed




Has an Audi branded roof rack (made for Audi by Thule), quattro awd (obviously), and I can't remember what tires but they are dedicated snow tires (not all seasons)... something like Cooper Weather Masters or something...
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Old 11-03-2011, 08:13 PM   #696 (permalink)
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2005 legacy 5mt ... have had snow almost over the hood and kept going.. awesome car lol
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Old 11-04-2011, 12:32 AM   #697 (permalink)
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One crazy super-ski-car I saw on another forum:



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Old 11-04-2011, 09:29 AM   #698 (permalink)
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[QUOTE=BigDouggieDoug;433210]One crazy super-ski-car I saw on another forum:

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That is sick.

I've seen a few Porsche's with roof racks on them around here in Denver.

Would love to drive a Gallardo (awd) in the snow... although there isn't much ground clearance.

500hp or whatever they have should be able to plow through some snow though.
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Only 308 to the wheels on a stage 2 STi tune? What tune are you running? What type of dyno?

I made 299hp/325tq to the wheels on my WRX with a VF34 turbo.
my fault! meant to say stage 1, hoping to move on to a stage 2.

the car put down like 265 stock or something i dont remember. its a pretty light tune, i'll get you details if you want on dyno stats when I run it again next week
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Old 11-05-2011, 10:51 AM   #700 (permalink)
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my fault! meant to say stage 1, hoping to move on to a stage 2.

the car put down like 265 stock or something i dont remember. its a pretty light tune, i'll get you details if you want on dyno stats when I run it again next week
Ahhh that makes s lot more sense!
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