I still have the 2 :angel:J Red said:Bill from STL did it, but he still has his two, right?
John did it, sold his two to me.
Now I'm thinking about it.
Who else in the KC area has either gone to the WRX from the MR2, or added one to the stable?
Well mine's not stock and I just bought a turbo (VF22) for it, which will go on after I get the uppipe, downpipe and exhaust on it, and I'm still not worried about the tranny. Hell if it goes it's only $500-$600 to get it replaced. Who cares. And that's if the warranty won't pay for it. Many dealers are somewhat tuner friendly and will either just fix the problem or pay the bill partially.emopunk96 said:I know the wrx tranny issue isnt huge on stock wrx's...but i wouldnt want to keep it stock...plus having to worry about it blowing up after launching it scares me..id rather spend a couple more grand and get an EVO RS (27.5k)...the 4g63 has been around for 15 years, i trust it.
I'm also comparing a used S4 or a new STi, much as I'd like to, I can't afford a new S4. The used S4 is probably a better idea, as I'm not nearly as likely to beat on it. Used Audis also seem to be well cared for, assuming you buy the car from the first owner, even if their reliability is not quite what it is with Toyota. Seems that they are very solid for the most part, with a few little Boschisms every now and then. Still, 2x turbos scares the hell out of me. I avoided buying a Z32 for that very reason, my dad has two of those, and I know his day of reckoning is coming.MR2Tony said:Well ... day.