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Video: Ken Block’s Subaru Impreza STI built for Gymkhana 2

Submitted by on May 26, 2009 – 10:51 pm3 Comments

block_main9Ken Block has been hard at work preparing for his Gymkhana 2 video which he will perfom in a 2008 Subaru Impreza STI modified by Crawford Performance which took them 43 days to build and required more than 800 man hours of hard work.

as_rally_block_ride_550Crawford Performance have done some serious work on the Subaru Impreza STI powered by a SR5 2.65-liter race engine. They added a carbon fiber roof and scoop, a Prodrive carbon fiber rear wing, Volk rims and BF Goodrich tires.

Check out the Subaru Impreza STI built for Gymkhana 2 video!

Source: Youtube

3 Comments »

  • Joshua says:

    This car is truly a beast. Altough the Gymkhana TWO video wasn’t as good as the first one.

    One thing I really disliked is how they put an equal length manifold on the car. By doing this, they took away the noticeable boxer rumble. (produced by the stock unequal length manifold)

  • Rudi says:

    Good point. Not too sure why they did the manifold thing. Personally, I would prefer more rumble 🙂

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