Use advanced navigation for a better experience.
You can quickly scroll through posts by pressing the above keyboard keys. Now press the button in right corner to close this window.

Bagged & Boosted WRX

 

Remember that video of a bagged WRX we feature a while back?  Check out this link to get a refresher. We wanted to get a deeper look at how this beast came into being and here we are with the full blown feature to do just that!

Normally the Subaru community scoffs at the idea of doing anything to a WRX that doesn’t keep with the rally heritage of this brand.  Luckily flipping switches was more important to Allen than breaking his Carbon Fiber Seibon GD lip kit while trying to get in and out of his driveway so bags were an unquestionable addition to this wild ride.

In order to make sure the parking height of this daily driven Rex was top notch, Allen slapped on a set of gold 18 x 8.5 Advan RGII’s.

The meat and potatoes of this mighty Subaru is naturally the air suspension.  A 6 gallon tank placed in the boot of this beast and is mated to a ViAir 480C Compressor and an 8 valve air engine.  Manual FBSS Switches make her bump and grind while keeping her grounded at all times.

The gods of rally might look down on Allen but the lords of air are here to push this WRX to new heights… or lows.  Check out The Photographer Jordan’s Website and the full breakdown below:

  • 6 gallon tank
  • 160 Psi switch
  • 8 valves air engine
  • FBSS switches
  • ViAir 480 compressor
  • 3/8 air lines
  • 4 custom air strut and pressure gauges

Leave a reply

 

Village Customs

Village Customs from Virginia Beach, VA is not your typical shop. While others spend their days building rides that follow the latest trends, owner Joshua Joyce sets his own trend[...]

Phil's Monster SRT8

Here it is, the perfect car to demonstrate people that ''low & slow'' isn't a term that applies to every bagged ride. I've been browsing on the web lately, hearing all kinds[...]

Sliced: Matt Falcone's MK5 GTI

Being different in the VW scene is becoming a more and more difficult achievement to reach.  When Matt Falcone set off making his 2006 GTI stand out, he got to experience this jour[...]

small_keyboard