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Two months ago, you saw Project WRX take on the mighty Mitsubishi Lancer EVO VII in the most hotly contested comparison test in the history of this journal. We gave the win to the EVO, which frankly wasn't all that surprising. Fact is, we knew going in that Pr
In stock form, our WRX has seen it all. From the mountains of Colorado and Wyoming to the deserts of Arizona and Utah, it's been working as our go-anywhere-at-any-speed street car for almost six months. But as good as it is stock, we're ready for a change.
With Project WRX cranking out 240 hp at the wheels, while wearing a highly adjustable DMS suspension, huge brakes, sticky tires and 17-inch wheels, we feel like we're approaching the end of a good run with an old friend.
Countless trips to Northern California, too many trips across the open desert to count, many, many rallycrosses and one 3,000-mile trek across the western United States at ungodly speeds. That's how Project WRX has spent the last year and half in our fleet. An
Dave Coleman –
Feb 5, 2003
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