I cant speak on longevity, as this is my first Subaru and I only have 8000 miles, BUT I can say its more than a 30-40hp gain. Remember the 2015+ wrx dynos around 220hp.
My 2017 WRX is at 305hp with:
Process West verticooler, Nameless Turboback exhaust (high flow cat), Cobb Big sf intake, TGV delete, EGR delete, AEM 320lph Fuel pump, Grimspeed EBC, and just recently installed an IAG A.O.S.
I'm tuned on 93, so that's 80+ hp on those few mods. Running E85, easily 350hp. Granted, I got a pro tune from JR Tuned and have no regrets. Its night and day difference over cobbs off the shelf maps.
But I can honestly say its so much better than stock, So much.
Do you have a sound clip of how that exhaust sounds? This is the exact setup I’m saving up for.
New owners are one of the other most consistent. I remember back in high school learning that Jeep Wrangler owners did that. I bet they have the same thing where the new owners or owners of the wrangler variations don’t do the wave.
Yea I’ve noticed it. I’ve got an 18’ and do it tho! New owners represent! ✌🏽✌🏽
By golly! You’ve solved my dilemma...I literally just noticed one of my wheels is scratched as well and just a few days ago I took it through a carwash (barf, but my only option). That has to be what caused it because like you, I’m entirely too careful to have curbed it.
Where did you get that license plate delete thing? I haven't seen one with the boxer before.
Billetworkz has them.
OP, I love that Airscreen! The mountains on it are a nice look. What model is it?
Youre not going to run nearly as well on a cut vs maintenance/surplus. The first 30 minutes of running, youre using your glycogen stores. If you arent eating enough to replenish your stores every night, you'll be dipping into your fat stores faster... which is more exhausting for your body (literally, fatigue).
So, dont expect to run better unless you up your carbs...which might not fit your macros.
You should be able to run about 20-30 minutes however, even on lower carbs/deficit.
Also, keep in mind 2 things:
1) not every run will be your best run and
2) running is as much a mental challenge as it is physical.
You are absolutely right. I’ve been cutting for about a week now. Dropped from roughly 3k calories a day to 1800-2000 (work makes me snack a lot). I’m usually able to keep a solid 8min pace on my runs for roughly 6-7 miles, at this deficit I’m struggling to make it 3-4 before feeling like a slug. Plus side to your body burning fat within your first 20 min of running, I’ve dropped 6 lbs already and the abs are coming out for summer.
I would get 3/4 of a tank with $60
I'm in Canada so it's hard to translate, bear with me.
That means I paid $5.87 USD per gallon. We have all given up caring about gas prices up here. If you look at the data, the 2008 financial crisis actually made people start buying smaller cars and driving their trucks less but now when gas prices go up so do the sales of big trucks and SUVs because we are over it. So over it.
It would cost me about $94 (USD) to fill my WRX from dry and maybe $80 from the "empty" line.
Nope. Eff that
Please try to make a better comment next time. In this comment, ur being a bit of an ass.
🤷🏽♂️ I mean, this was taken while running...snapped about 5 and this was the clearest. It would have been weird to stand there taking the perfect pic of someone else’s car.
On another note, yesterday’s run I did get to meet the owner. Cool dude, can’t be older than 20 y/o tho, which makes me rethink all of my life’s decisions.