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  1. tbtstt

    DiRTy Gossip

    I think there should be a difference. Only subtle, but not quite the same.
  2. tbtstt

    DiRTy Gossip

    Yeah, the latter cars sounded very different. There were further changes to the exhaust manifold and the introduction of the "rocket" from the S10 onwards made a hell of a difference. An S12b on full chat sounds incredible!
  3. tbtstt

    DiRTy Gossip

    As far as I am aware the firing order never changed. Some elements of the Group A were carried across to the WRCar (turbo being one), with those bits getting revised/replaced for the S6. Much of the S6 engine and transmission was then carried across to the S7.
  4. Excellent, looking forward to seeing that.
  5. tbtstt

    DiRTy Gossip

    Yep, that's (as far as I know!) correct. As @bogani says all the Impreza WRCars ran equal length exhaust manifolds. The Subaru noise is still there, but it isn't as distinct as the Group A (and the ALS sound is very different)
  6. What the hell are you two doing? Get that WEC*/F1 junk out of here! * Confession: I absolutely love the 919.
  7. That's awesome! I see that Spark do a few of the 2017 cars, I am quite tempted myself...
  8. tbtstt

    Something is coming...

    Either that or they have been a bit enthusiastic with the turbo noise for the Legacy!
  9. tbtstt

    DiRTy Gossip

    0-60 in a standard 22B was sub-5 seconds if I recall correctly. Truth be told it isn't the best drivers car that Subaru put out (many reckoned that the S201 actually handled better), but its definitely the best looking!
  10. tbtstt

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    1998 was the first time I saw Prodrive use the "S" nomenclature (on the S5) @tonzboher. It was actually being discussed on the Discord yesterday as I have always seen the 1997 car referred to as the S4, but I notice that a few places have now begun to refer to the very early cars as S3: I am not sure where this has come from, as that is not mentioned in any of the part lists I have. Every day is a learning day here! To be fair someone normally directs most 22B comments to my thread on the subject: a bot would save everyone the time though!
  11. tbtstt

    DiRTy Gossip

    Most of my playing time is split between Group A, R5 and 2000cc. I am sure the C4 is very fast, but its definitely my least used car in the class.
  12. tbtstt

    DiRTy Gossip

    Exactly! Its easily my favourite car to drive in the class, I hope any early Impreza WRCars will be as much fun!
  13. tbtstt

    DiRTy Gossip

    Ideally - and as has been discussed before - the 2000cc class needs splitting, with the early 2000's WRCars (and the Evo 6), bunched together, but I personally think that is unlikely to happen at this point in the games life, as it would require leaderboards to be reset. If the S4/S5 comes then I'd expect to find it in the 2000cc class. If they have modelled it realistically then I am expecting it to be much like the Mk.1 Focus WRC: brilliant fun to drive, but not the car of choice for setting fastest stage times.
  14. tbtstt

    Something is coming...

    In theory it will be the slowest car in the 2000cc class... ...but it is still going to be my most used car if it comes!
  15. tbtstt

    DiRTy Gossip

    Just got back from Lydden and found this on my doorstep. Yes!
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