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Old 13th July 2005, 15:25   #106
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Welcome to the forum Scooby05! You sure made a "smart" decision with the WRX.
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Thank You, always wanted one. better than a M5 or M3 which you have to be careful with so doesnt break, since repairs on beemers are way too expensive.
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Hi Scooby05 awesome car you have there. Been seeing it quite a bit . If I am correct you used to come to Sidewok to watch F1 . I have met you there

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Hey Scooby,who takes care of your car ?.I mean do you have any authorized people to go to if some troubl crops up with the car?

P.S:and those alloys ..true golden ones ;-) OOOmph
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Ok, now for the inevitable question that you have probably been asked way too many times already:

What made you choose the WRX over an EVO VII?
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Hi Scooby05 awesome car you have there. Been seeing it quite a bit . If I am correct you used to come to Sidewok to watch F1 . I have met you there

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yes dear. been in motor racing for long. did the himalayan rally in 1985/86
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Ok, now for the inevitable question that you have probably been asked way too many times already:

What made you choose the WRX over an EVO VII?
My study showed that scoobys are more user and street friendly, and i always wanted the boxer engine!! I do use it as an everyday car.
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as I said they are very difficult to break, and regular service is not a problem.
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Welcome to the forum Scooby05! You sure made a "smart" decision with the WRX.
The 'SMART' is used by my daughter. aint that a smarter decision
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Welcome fellow boxer lover. So how did you hear about Team-Bhp?
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Welcome fellow boxer lover. So how did you hear about Team-Bhp?
My daughter told me that some of our cars were on this forum, and so---began
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My study showed that scoobys are more user and street friendly
But it seems that the ride of the car isn't that great or pleasant on Indian roads, since the suspension is too stiff for a comfortable ride.
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My daughter told me that some of our cars were on this forum, and so---began
which boxer do you use??
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But it seems that the ride of the car isn't that great or pleasant on Indian roads, since the suspension is too stiff for a comfortable ride.
you cant have it and keep it !! the ride is stiff but better than an EVO and neway comfort and thrill dont go together.
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hey scooby 05 awesome machine man and seems it is nicely maintained
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