2008 Subaru STi Track Car for Sale
FRESH ENGINE / TURBO for turn-key track days, Autocross, or wicked daily driver. No accidents! I now have a race car, and sadly the STI has to go.
ENGINE, turbo, clutch, headers, and downpipe are BRAND NEW. She makes 380 WHP and 405 WTQ.
There’s a tear in the rear bumper cover and a minor scratch on the hood. This STi needs NOTHING and is ready to go.
Details of my Subaru STi
Update Winter 2018
I took my STi back to Agile Performance in Maryland where I’ve had excellent experiences.
She needed her engine rebuilt after track duty. I upgraded to a Blouch 2.5 XT-R turbo, up from my previous 1.5 XT-R, Swain ceramic coated Tomei equal length headers, along with a new Nvidia downpipe.
She came out making 380 WHP and 405 WTQ on the DynaPack AWD dyno.
In action with a Porsche GT3 on NJMP Thunderbolt
Update Fall 2016
The ’16 season ended well with my STi running beautifully. She’s been on track for 4 years now. She now has a better optimized water methanol setup, refined ECU tuning and the suspension setup including, KW V3 coilovers which replaced the non-adjustable Bilstein’s I used for a couple of years.
Update Spring 2015
My sexy Subaru STi, got a Blouch Dominator 1.5 XT-R turbo, a freshly built competition engine with Cosworth internals, Brian Crowler cams, racing valves / springs, bore alignment and a fully balanced assembly. I’ve been sliding her around my home tracks of Thunderbolt and Lightning at NJMP .
NJMP Drivers Club June 2014 with a Nissan GT-R
Subaru STi race track Fun
The STi is one of the most fun cars around in my opinion. With a Torsen 2 limited slip in back, a helical limited slip up front, a 30 to 100 magneto-servo locking center differential that operates on the fly, and a nearly indestructible 6 speed, the STi is a formidable force to be reckoned with.
My Subaru STi on NJMP Thunderbolt
Back in 2012…
Ariella started as an unmolested 2008 Subaru STi with approximately 36,000 miles. She was purchased in October of 2012.
A Subaru STi is designed to get dirty and play rough. They’re not content being a fast grocery getter, or living a mundane, suburbanite, existence. They seek out daring and unusual work!