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is the car as fun as people say it is? and ever drive in snow with it? since thats another issue living here in the midwest.

 

 

what about the camaro? its a little lighter than the challenger right?

 

Yes, you can drive it after snow definitely not during snow.  I change S2000 to snow tires every December when I had it.  Just don;t go crazy with it.  Miata is extremely fun to drive if you are going after curves instead of speed.

 

I have been looking at the Camaro SS lately but I will keep my G35x as winter/family car. 


Edited by jc9394 - 1/14/14 at 12:25pm
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aww, ill need to be able to drive thru snow cause of work. Especially during snow storms, if im working a shift when its really bad out, even like at 11pm when the snow hasnt been cleaned, the car has to be able to get me to work
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In that case, get the Toyota.
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2014 WRX? Fun and handle well in snow.
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Just get the Yota if reliability and resale value mean anything and they are good in the snow.

I just got one in 2013

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I sure will be glad when DG buys a car.

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I sure will be glad when DG buys a car.


Figuring out the sound system will be awesome!

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Originally Posted by jc9394 View Post

2014 WRX? Fun and handle well in snow.


Is the non STI version any good?

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Figuring out the sound system will be awesome!

Wll be stock unfortunately unless someone knows a good place to get a decent system.
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Is the non STI version any good?
Wll be stock unfortunately unless someone knows a good place to get a decent system.

The gap between WRX and STI is getting smaller and smaller each year.

Now it offers 6-speed like STI in 2015, I'm not sure about bolt pattern on new WRX but these two were the reason STI was better than WRX IMO. SO yeah it looks good to me. If you prefer Automatic then I have no idea:rolleyes:

about the audio system, by changing two front speakers will generally gives you decent sound unless you want boom boom sound like beat headphones in your car. If the full sound system is done correctly It'll be decent but I don't think you want to spend that much of money on your car unless you can do all dynamat work by yourself(this cost a lot of labor charge usually.)

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^^^ X2

I actually prefer WRX over STi for daily driver, the suspension is too hard on STi unless you take it to track every weekend. The reliably goes way up in WRX compare to STi.

Don't waste your money on aftermarket stereo, the car/road is too noisy. Spend the money on a home setup.
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Woo owners,

Could someone please rank in order the Woo amplifiers according to their synergy with the Sennheiser HD-800? Which ones to seriously consider and which ones to avoid. FYI, I am not bothered at all by the alleged "treble spike" of the HD-800 and I have a very good DAC. Any informed guidance will be greatly appreciated.

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WA5/LE
WA22
WA6SE
WA2
WA6

IMHO, these are my ranking.
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WA5/LE
WA22
WA6SE
WA2
WA6

IMHO, these are my ranking.

Agree except for me, i put the wa2 above the wa6-se and the wa22 is only slightly better than wa2 (with fully upgraded tubes)
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Using the Wa22 tonight with the upgrade tubes and the LCD X balanced with the Oppo BDP 105 balanced. Sound excellent

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