Dom’s 2011 Subaru WRX
Dom walked in to No Limit Motorsport in April of last year, with his new WRX, and told us he wanted to build the ultimate street performance car. That’s cool, don’t we all right? Well he wasn’t kidding around. That day, he ordered EVERYTHING he possibly could. From full suspension kits and adjustment components, to any bolt on he could run on a stock turbo, he wanted it. We knew that Dom was serious, and we were ready to help him reach the finish product he had imagined in his head. It’s not too often someone comes into a shop and does what Dom did, and we were just as excited as he was.
Starting with a set of Volk’s high quality, forged racing wheels, Dom purchased a set of TE37’s and wrapped them in ultra high performance Toyo Proxes. For superior handling, next on the list was a KW Coilover Kit for the best balance between sporty driving, comfort and safety, while still lowering the car functionally and aesthetically, Cusco front and rear sway bars, and ISC Rear Control Arms for perfect camber measurements and adjustments. There is something to be said for the way in which Dom didn’t want to cut any corners. If it would make his car faster or handle better, he wanted to make it happen.
From there, we continued with the engine bolt-ons, helping Dom build the perfect quick yet reliable street performance car he dreamed of. Dom’s car was tuned with a Cobb Accessport, and sports a few other Cobb performance parts; an intake and airbox to help provide consistent power for everyday driving while still sounding mean, and a 3″ stainless steel downpipe for better exhaust flow and power.
Past that, Dom’s WRX also has a GrimmSpeed EWG Uppipe for a quicker spool, a TiAL 38mm MV-S Wastegate, ID Fuel injectors, a DeatschWerks Fuel Pump, Process West Verticooler Top Mount Intercooler, Perrin Turbo Inlet Hose, and IAG TGV Deletes. For a stock turbo, Dom covered all the bases and upgraded anything that could be done. Inside his WRX you’ll find an AEM Digital Boost Gauge and AEM Digital Wideband UEGO Gauge to ensure that all systems are running smoothly on the way to the gym or when an Evo wants to play with the wrong WRX. Dom’s car isn’t too flashy on the outside, making it the ultimate sleeper.
To counter all the power modifications, a Wilwood Street Performance Brake Kit provides ultimate stopping power for when Dom is challenging a V8 on the way home from work in the afternoon.
We’re waiting with anticipation for the next mod bug that Dom gets, since it’s clear he gets a serious case when he does. What’s next after we replace the stock turbo? Guess we’ll have to wait and find out….