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Transform your Subaru WRX/STI into the ultimate snow machine [video]

Watch a 2002 Subaru Impreza WRX with Dominator tracks and some coil spring upgrades take on the snow.

Is all this snow getting you down? Take a stock 2002 Subaru Impreza WRX, add the Dominator Track System from American Track Truck, Inc. and you have the ultimate winter machine and fun in the snow. Ken Block has a “tracked” Subaru and now performance fans can modify their Subaru WRX and have a snow machine like no other on the planet.

Thanks to American Track Truck, there is an affordable way to track your Subaru WRX. The light weight Dominator Track System will turn your WRX or STI into a snow-eating machine. American Track Truck says it will even work on unmodified cars, even with the smallest, worn out, low horsepower engines. Check out the 2002 WRX video.

The Dominator Track System comes in two different sizes: standard Dominator with 121" long tracks and 720 square inches of contact area, and the XL Dominator, with 136" long tracks offering a contact surface of 855 square inches per track unit. They can be installed on Subaru, Nissan, Mitsubishi and other AWD cars. Larger vehicles like Chevy Blazers, Ford Explorers, Jeep Cherokees and Wranglers also make ideal vehicles for the track system. They can be installed on most vehicles in under an hour without any modifications required to the car.

CHECK OUT: How to transform your Subaru WRX into a sports car for under $15K

The 2002 Subaru WRX in the video is completely stock, except for the tracks and coil spring spacers. It has 196,000 miles on the 227 hp 2.0 liter turbo engine and 5 speed manual gearbox. The car absolutely flies in the snow with Dominator tracks. Imagine what a Subaru WRX STI with a few mods could do? Contact American Track Truck for a price quote and details.

Image source: American Track Truck

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Comments

Its not "completely stock" the hood and scoop are obviously aftermarket. And the blowoff between shifts in the first 30sec of the clip doesn't sound stock either.