Transitioning from just for fun to make it faster.

subaru forester on a lift with a burgandy c7 corvette, a blue brz, and a 4 runner in the background.

Bombing this turd around our little track has been a blast but since it refuses to die, the time has come to address some specific issues keeping the experience from the best version of itself. The fact that we get to test some hardware along the way is a major bonus. The biggest issue has…

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Hanging curtains in a haunted house.

It has been way too much fun running this thing around our little track and the time has come to make a few changes. The current suspension is lowering springs wrapped around blown stock struts. It just so happens that Fortune Auto, a company that makes custom coilovers, is right across the river from us.…

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Before & After Gallery (user submitted content)

Sometimes folks buy these eyesores and turn them into eye candy. And, one sometimes they share pics with us! Here is where you can find these fantastic user-submitted pictures. We will try and keep this up to date. Please note: these are not in any specific organized order and we are not motivated to properly…

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Can we kill it?

subaru forester sg covered in dirty and mud from racing in dirt

Some vehicles are just worth more to have fun in than they would return in a retail sale. This forester was one of those vehicles but I never would have guessed the smiles per gallon this thing delivers. I figured a solid hour of fun was going to be had with this thing in the…

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Misadventures of a Drift Newbie, Part 13: We’re back!

After a bit of a hiatus, we’re back! Back in November at our last practice day we obliterated the clutch to the point that the car had to be towed home. Then between the holidays, family stuff and new work schedules time got away from us for a couple months. At the beginning of February…

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Misadventures of a Drift Newbie, Part 11: Practice Day Prep.

We’ve been quite busy working on the car since our novice clinic last month! I started out with some body work, I got the passenger’s side almost good enough to wrap, then I’ll move on to the driver’s side. The problem has been getting scheduling and weather to cooperate. At least it’s not critical! We…

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