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Old 12-18-2011, 09:54 PM   #1
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Exterior Mods
22b Style Hood Vents
Bakemono Imports Replica S201 Hood Scoop(carbon)
Bakemono Imports Replica S201 Mirrors
Bakemono Imports Front lip(22b Extension style lip for rs bumper)
- note: might try to find a OEM/JDM sport(22b style but for stock with fenders)
Bakemono Imports Side Skirts
Bakemono Imports USDM Rear Bumper Spats
Bakemono Imports Mesh Fog Light Covers
JDM STI Flat Fuel Door
17"x8.5" or 9"(undecided) Enkei Rpf1s
Omiotek Paintjob(Charcoal more then likely)
Omiotek Tinted Tails
Omiotek Black Housing Headlights
25% Window Tint
Interior
USDM STI Seats
USDM STI Carpet
NavigationZealus Interiors Shift Boot/Ebrake Boot
- 50/50 Blue/Black Alcanatara with reversed stitching
Zealus Interiors Door Card Cutouts
- Blue Alcantara
Lizard skin sound deadening(removed the old crap)
Battery relocation
all parts are going on my 2001 RS
Eclipse Navigation
Rockford Fosgate 6.5" speakers(doors and rear deck)
Rockford Fosgate Punch sub(came with the car so im gunna use it)
Rockford Fosgate Amp
JDM STI Hazzard Switch
JDM STI V6 Cluster(same as usdm but tachs in the middle and higher speed rating)
Pro Sport Green Gauges
- wideband, oil temp, oil pressure, boost, volt, fuel pressure
Engine
Stock EJ251 Block
EJ257 STI Crank
EJ257 STI Rods
EJ257 STI Pistons AAAB
ARP Headstuds
ARP Rod Bolts
ARP Block Bolts
ACL Race Bearings
Ported Heads
Delta Camshaft 1500 Grind Supercharger Cams
08+ OEM Subaru 11mm Oil Pump
08+ STI Blue 565cc Injectors
OEM STI Fuel Pump
OEM Gasket Overhaul Kit
Grimmspeed Crank Pulley
Gates Timing kit
Pro Sport Sandwich
Mishimoto Radiator
Moroso Aluminum Oil Pan
OBX Equal Length Headers
CNT Catback
Aeromotive Dual Inlet FPR

transmission

ACT Street Clutch
ACT Flywheel
Suspension
WRX Front and Rear Sway Bar
WRX Crossmember
WRX Trailing Arms
WRX Lateral Links
Tein Super Street Coilovers
JDM STI Strut Bar
Chassis Braces
STI Group N Bushing Set

The Fun

Eaton M90 Supercharger
Ford GT500 Heat Exchanger(made by garret)
WERKSCustom Blower/Idler Pulley Bracket
WERKS Parallel Fuel Rail Mod
WERKS Air to Water Setup
WERKS Throttle Body Relocation
WERKS Lightweight Battery Setup
will add to this more later and will add pics aswell.
so here it is as it came off the truck.. bought the car for 1k and it didnt run......threw a battery in it fired right up....sure enough had the typical subby rod knock..







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Old 12-18-2011, 09:55 PM   #2
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after i finished up the outside.... havent gotten to given the inside a cleaning yet....







replica s201 scoop i got....never ever mounted payed half of what it costs new.


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Old 12-18-2011, 09:56 PM   #3
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wrx suspension but not everythings there in the pic


motor all torn down





sti rods and mesh fog light covers

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Old 12-18-2011, 09:57 PM   #4
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awww isnt it cute?







pro sport oil pressure(still need to get more gauges)

STI Seats and carpet


GATES Timing Kit

11mm Oil Pump

Flat Fuel Door Kit/JDM Hazzard Swithc

Gasket Rebuild Set
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Old 12-18-2011, 09:58 PM   #5
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greddy emanage blue $88 shipped

STI Blue Injectors

Moroso Oil Pan(1k on it) $325 shipped and its normally a $700 pan. would like to put a special thanks out to moroso aswell for going out of their way. the dipstick design the pan had sucked. they had me ship them the pan. they welded in a new adapter that uses the stock dip stick and also cleaned and decked the pan to check for flatness and included new studs and gaskets of no charge to me and it was a 1k turb around including shipping days. amazing service.


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Old 12-18-2011, 09:59 PM   #6
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before


after





got this heat exhanger from a shelby gt500 owner i recently did a clutch on...best price free


some painted parts

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Old 12-18-2011, 09:59 PM   #7
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some painted parts



p://i905.photobucket.com/albums/ac253/boosted106/photobucket-3640-1321589176022.jpg[/IMG]





sorry for the crappy pics cant seem to get good enough light... will get some more when i finish the ac compressor.
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Old 12-18-2011, 10:00 PM   #8
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andy from zealus(ript) interiors has been awesome to deal with. i was not happy with the previous color match he had sent me and he was more then pleasent at helping me find and sending me samples and what not. needless to say we got something REAL close to the sti seats.




out with the old and in with the new



also got my headlights apart today(glass lenses)

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Old 12-18-2011, 10:00 PM   #9
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more painted parts



grimmspeed master cylinder brace

my ej251 block with complete sti internals.




shot of the cylinder head.... other one looks exactly the same lol..... cleaned up. mild porting and delta 1500 cams


ac compressor finished up so you get the idea with the black pullies on there with the color i chose for the engine and waht not.

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Old 12-18-2011, 10:03 PM   #10
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ACT Street Cluthc
ACT Street - Lite Flywheel


Aeromotive Dual Inlet FPR


Smoked Fender Markers


progress from today and yesterday.

ARP Headstuds Installed



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Old 12-18-2011, 10:04 PM   #11
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got the motor all masked up and ready for wire brushing(ignore the purple valve cover....its a spare i used to test a color for the woman)




you can see the top portion i did compared to what it was previously.


started prepping the headlights for the retrofit project..... paint doesnt like to stick to chrome sound i made it a task to rid of it totally

before



after

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Old 08-23-2013, 09:24 AM   #12
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got the motor all masked up and ready for wire brushing

you can see the top portion i did compared to what it was previously.
A simple question compared to all the fabrication work in this thread - what did you use for the wire brushing of the block? I'm assembling an EZ30D that I think must have sat outside for a bit. The heads got cleaned up pretty well by the machine shop, but the block is pretty crusty. Here's a sample of how it looked when I first got it - it's somewhat better now, but you can see the block has lots of nooks and crannies and I haven't had much luck getting in there.

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Old 08-29-2013, 10:07 AM   #13
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A simple question compared to all the fabrication work in this thread - what did you use for the wire brushing of the block? I'm assembling an EZ30D that I think must have sat outside for a bit. The heads got cleaned up pretty well by the machine shop, but the block is pretty crusty. Here's a sample of how it looked when I first got it - it's somewhat better now, but you can see the block has lots of nooks and crannies and I haven't had much luck getting in there.

Thanks,
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trust me motor looks awesome. I did mean to ask you is that a 2.5i motor or an RS motor. 2.5i came with better cams and the piston profile actually changed even though both are EJ253 blocks. Was just wondering. as for calipers. For those who don't have money to buy calipers the stock calipers are not bad at all. what is a poor design are the rotors. they sell big rotor brackets for the RS which can be bumped up to 314mm !!! that will stop your ride just as good as WRX 4 pot and 2 pot. Sold mined and took the money and bought the brackets. with still money over for new pads. Sorry didn't mean to flame. Was just wondering if this block is stock or if you went ahead and did pistons since rods and crank are forged already.
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Old 12-18-2011, 10:05 PM   #14
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more progress

finished cleaning up the underside of the block and heads.



alllll clean!



all prepped cleaned and final taped




primer



painted!


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Old 12-18-2011, 10:06 PM   #15
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test fit pictures with my sti blues and zero drifts rails. another update coming in a couple hours.















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Old 12-18-2011, 10:07 PM   #16
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painted the 11mm oil pump





painted the gates tensioner pulley





painted the gates water pump





got some parts from ajw today... grimmspeed crank pulley and phenolic spacers



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Old 12-18-2011, 10:07 PM   #17
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couple better pics of the block

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Old 12-18-2011, 10:14 PM   #18
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WOW, never saw anybody paint a motor like that on a Subaru. Just wondering, why did you paint the timing belt tensioner?
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Old 12-18-2011, 10:24 PM   #19
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in all honesty because if i pulled the timing cover ever and i saw a casted aluminum piece i would shoot myself in for not painting when i painted everything.

i know your not going to see it. the bushings, the pulley and what not where all completely masked up so none of that got painted just the tape you see in the pics..its little details like that to me that count and even though it wont be seen it took me a whopping 5-10 minutes of prep work and masking to just do it and make everything colored rather then leaving that one silly piece the aluminum color.
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Old 12-18-2011, 11:05 PM   #20
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looks good so far! i like it!
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Old 12-18-2011, 11:16 PM   #21
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Old 12-18-2011, 11:54 PM   #22
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whew that is a lot of work! but damn i love builds like these. great job man.
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Old 12-19-2011, 09:00 AM   #23
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thats for the compliments... the goal was to do this build on a budget but without cutting corners and doing it the way i wanted. i didnt give myself a budget because i know the budget rule too well and it usually goes over by 30-50%. also im not afraid to pass up good deals on certain parts like the moroso pan and pistons and stuff so ive spent some more money then what would of normally of been seen in a budget build but its going to be the car i want. thanks for the compliments
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thats for the compliments... the goal was to do this build on a budget but without cutting corners and doing it the way i wanted. i didnt give myself a budget because i know the budget rule too well and it usually goes over by 30-50%. also im not afraid to pass up good deals on certain parts like the moroso pan and pistons and stuff so ive spent some more money then what would of normally of been seen in a budget build but its going to be the car i want. thanks for the compliments
i am plagued with that issue.

even if i am broke, if i find a good deal, i find a way to get the money so i would save 100+
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Old 12-19-2011, 11:28 AM   #25
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Looking Good! Your block color choice reminds me of the Legacy SS build I did a few years ago.

http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show...light=crap+box

Im totally on the same page with your statement of doing a budget build without cutting corners.
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