Yooo! 50k, WTF! I generally don’t make posts about gaining followers but I feel I need to address how much it means to me that you guys choose to follow my journey. Having the chance to talk with you in my posts/DM’s is very enlightening. I’ll likely never be able to reply to every DM and like every comment but just know that I see all the kind words & the motivation - I love y’all for it! I want to give a very special thank you to those rocking @vadedmob around the world, it’s so surreal how far the movement has come this year & I’m grateful you all to be representing the lifestyle so properly and being full of positivity. Vaded has some power moves in motion for the 2019 season and I can’t wait to share them w you all. I also can’t wait to reveal this FD chassis that we’ve been grinding on but we’ll talk about that later. As for the STi, sometimes I can't believe what I'm looking at. It's definitely not perfect. It definitely has flaws, but the foundation is almost exactly what I planned for it to be. It's in the details too, little things that maybe enthusiasts might not catch. Each one contributing to the next and the overall character of the build. I'm not bragging, I'm saying I'm amazed this car came to some type of fruition. I love this machine. If things go as planned, Super Street will be doing a full feature with EVERY single part and mod detail! I also plan to put out more videos and content (on YouTube?) if I can find the time. Nonetheless, thank you for all the support, coming to see me, the Subaru, & the Vaded booth all year long! Feel free to drop a line on how we met, when you followed, or a story about when you first saw one of my builds. Would love to hear it! I’m on cloud 9 right now and overwhelmed with support. THANK YOU! 🖤 📷: @doystermedia
Getting used to this rolling anti lag before headed home from Chicago! The car builds 20lbs of boost @ 5,500rpms while holding the cruise control cancel button, once released it launches up to 38psi. @motecusa ECU’s are crazy!
EDIT: Thanks for all the kind words. As for the negativity - yes, my shifts aren’t perfect. I’m still learning the rolling launch and shift times. The moment I release that button I have about 2 seconds and 2,000rpms to reach over and shift. I’m going for function not form here. The car pulls through rpms rather quickly and this video demonstrates me trying to be consistent and safe while doing it. Let me live lol