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View Poll Results: Top Scoob 021, Semi Final Round !!
seanathanq83 41 11.85%
hiimdreh 33 9.54%
Shinigami 52 15.03%
kaeo_15 59 17.05%
02WRX2.5 36 10.40%
iNfEk 23 6.65%
mister hashimoto 9 2.60%
Sleepy Wagon. 9 2.60%
slvr02scooby 16 4.62%
Paulie 68 19.65%
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Old 11-03-2010, 10:41 AM   #1
Ferg
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Join Date: Jan 2002
Chapter/Region: NWIC
Location: Top Scoob HQ
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'02 WRX
'10 4Runner

Default Bugeyes Royale Coast to Coast, Top Scoob 021 West (Semi Final Round now Open !!)

Who has the best Bugeye in North America?

Top Scoob is extremely proud to being you our second double header, 021, Bugeyes Royale, where we intend to answer the question of who has the best Bugeye around.

There are a couple of very important items to point out before we start so please read the following before entering!

021 is split into East versus West with the dividing line being the Mississippi River. Depending on which side of the line you live determines which thread you enter...super easy. You're currently reading the WEST thread fwiw.

We're limiting this round to members from North America only (No Internationals this time) but if you're Military and currently stationed overseas still feel free to enter by using whatever you consider to be your hometown.

Voting will be the usual two round eliminations in each thread followed by one combined East versus West showdown between the top three cars from both. Make sense?

From the title you can already guess that this round is for 2002-03 Imprezas only, sedan and wagons.

Your car must be a Bugeye so an 02-03 with a later model headlight conversion would be excluded.

If by chance you're one of the few individuals who've converted their post 2003 Impreza to a Bugeye then come join the fun. You've earned it!

As always please read the rules before entering and Good Luck to all our Bugeye owners out there.






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It’s easy to enter your car, all you need is a Subaru, a camera, a place to host pictures, and the ability to type a coherent sentence or two…

The requirements, as in you MUST HAVE the following to be considered.

  • No more than THREE pictures (that's the forum max) of your car can be posted in your entry thread, whatever you feel best shows off your hard work and imagination. Once the voting begins you are free to add more pictures. Bump away but try to think quality, not quantity.
  • A written description of your ride, the more detailed the better. We’re talking about more than just a mod list, we want you to share the story behind your Scoob. Tell us why and how you bought it, what inspires you to modify it, and what all you’ve done to it and why. Most important is to tell us what you do with your car...race, show, cruise, polish with a diaper, whatever.
    Think of it as your own magazine feature, the better you sell your car to the masses the better the chances of your Subaru becoming a Top Scoob.


  • You're more then welcome to start a campaign thread in your Regional Forum however the General, Off Topic, and Gallery forums are off limits to vote generating threads. If you already have a thread about your car in the Gallery feel free to bump away.

  • Trash talking is not welcome in this contest. If you need to tear down another competitor in an effort to build yourself up please do not bother to enter.

How it works
  • This is a contest, open to all Nasioc members that own a Subaru.
  • You must be the current owner of the car, no third party entries allowed.
  • Entries must be submitted to a specified Top Scoob thread stickied at the top of the Member's Gallery. The number of cars allowed is limited to a maximum of 25. Any themes or restrictions on entries will be clearly described before the contest begins. For example: GC Only, or Wagons Only, or 100% Bugeye Free, you'll get the idea.
  • Please only one entry per person.


Voting and Eliminations
  • There are three rounds of voting, Round One = 10 days, Round Two = 8 days, Final Round = 6 days
  • After the First Round the cars placing in the bottom 15 positions will be knocked out.

  • After the Second Round the cars placing in the bottom 7 positions will again be knocked out.

  • The final three cars will go head to head to head in a final poll to select who has the Top Scoob.

  • *based on our maximum entry of 25 cars. Knockout cut offs and the number of first and second round threads will be adjusted at the start of the contest depending on the total number of entries.

  • Votes are automatically reset to zero at the start of each round.

  • In case of a tied vote for the last transfer spot in the first two rounds, the entrants involved will compete in a 24-hour Run Off vote.


    If there is a tied vote for first place in the final round, a 72-hour Run Off vote will decide the winner.
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Old 11-03-2010, 11:15 AM   #2
seanathanq83
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Location: Houston, Tx
Vehicle:
2002 s256 twinscroll
now with one more gear

Default my LSB bugeye

This is my Laguna Seca Blue Bugeye ( Bell, my girlfriend thought it fit )
I bought her March 17 2008 from her original owner with 74k and very few mods. I was influenced to buy this by a friend who owned an 05 2.5RS, which was totaled about 2 months after I bought mine, which led me to the online forums where I have learned tons about my car and it has allowed to me successfully mod my car and help others along the way. I came from a lifted modded 94 toyota 4runner and coming from their forums to the subaru ones really makes me feel at home. since I bought her I have put 67k on her with all my driving for work, school and just fun, only issue I ever had was the A/C compressor going out. I have slowly modified her, being a college student really limits my funds, but lots of searching and good deals help, I recently found out I have low compression on cylinder 2, more than likely a cause of my high boost E85 tune. So I have slowly started gathering together parts to build the Ver 8 207 that I have sitting in my room, I hope to have it finished by Christmas.

















The mod list right now is
340whp 338wtq
http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show...d+dyno&page=77

Exterior
Laguna seca blue complete respray
04-05 tail lights,
05-07 sti fender arches
05-07 sti rear bumper
sti side skirts
07 sti trunk with limited spoiler ( completely shaved )
shaved side marker lights on front fenders
jdm sti grill
jdm sti hood scoop
04 sti rims with 235-45-17 continental contact DW

Suspension & Brakes
05 sti front brembos
stoptech slotted front rotors
sti aluminum control arms
perrin front sway bar
05-07 sti rear lateral links
custom aluminum trailing arms with heim joints
05-07 sti rear sway bar
kyb Gr2 struts with cut hotchkis springs

Interior
complete Ver 7 Jdm sti interior, front and rear seats, door cards, and carpet.
plastidip pillars
black headliner

Engine/Exhaust/Transmission
stock EJ205 engine
stock 5speed transmission
exedy heavy duty stage 1 clutch and pressure plate
Aps billet lightweight flywheel ( 13lbs )
perrin crank pulley
Ixiz vacuum distribution block
Ixiz thermal intake spacers
Tgv deletes
Jdm sti power steering cooler
modded stock injectors
GM BCS
Aps hard turbo inlet and short ram
05 sti intercooler
Ver8 JDM sti twinscroll header/ up pipe
VF37 twinscroll turbo
custom down pipe
custom exhaust with resonator and meagan racing carbon fiber muffler

I am sure I have forgotten a few things, I will update if i remember any.

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Old 11-04-2010, 04:39 PM   #3
hiimdreh
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Join Date: Feb 2008
Chapter/Region: NWIC
Location: Bellevue, WA
Vehicle:
2002 JdmYo! Bugeye
Aspen White

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Been into Subies since my first time I saw WRC back when i was around 7 yrs old. So I would say I'm not a teenage fanboy bahahhaa! So my car of choice would be a subie even though my parents recommend me get others cars. I was settled on it. Got this car stock back in Jan of 08. Was originally looking for a WRB or Blazing Yellow Bugeye but for some reason this car caught my eye from afar. So yes I jumped to it got it that day. When first purchased it wasn't the best kept car. Bumpers scared up and car was really dirty. With some TLC and some insurance money from being rear ended, I ended up with a clean rear bumper and clean paint after detailing work was done.

Original plan for the car was to keep it simple. But I guess that hasn't really changed. Slowly saving up for the JDM parts on the car, (cause I'm in school) the car ended up the way it was now but with 04 Gold BBS. So you can say my last investment so far on the still is the new wheels. Yep. So this is my Dailydriver and I just mod it a step at a time.









PHOTOCREDS TO http://www.flickr.com/photos/connorsurdi/

My Crazy Mod List. ( I like to tell people my car is stock cause explaining mods lists are annoying )

Exterior:
JDM Front Grill
JDM Hood Scoop
JDM Fog Covers
JDM V2 Front Lip
JDM Amber Sidemarkers
Painted Side Skirts
04-05 Taillights

Engine:
Perrin Bellmouth D.P.
Blitz Nur Spec R
STi TMIC
Greddy Intake
Cobb AP Stage 2

Suspension:
BC Coilovers
Perrin Front & Rear Sway Bars with Endlinks
Whiteline Front and Rear Strut Bars
Rota Grids 18x9.5


*Currently sitting in garage*
Blouch 16g
Sti Pink Injectors
Grimmspeed Boost Selinoid
Bigger Fuel Pump

*Will be back to add on to this with updated pics. Rolfcopter*

Thanks for looking,
Andre

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Old 11-05-2010, 11:12 AM   #4
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Join Date: May 2003
Chapter/Region: NWIC
Location: Sea-Town
Vehicle:
2002 Tallgeese WRX
Aspen White

Default Well I'll give it a shot : D

The Tallgeese.

Winter Mode.











I bought this car from my good friend F o o k in January 2009. Since I've known him, i've seen this car evolve into one of a kind bugeye. Since buying the car, i've also kept the mentality of "go big or go home" with this car. To me, the Tallgeese is a bugeye that represents the old school of how owners back in the day also had the mentality of "go big or go home," which I am proud of. Even as my daily driver, I take really good care of it. I still have more plans for the car which will happen next year and am honored to keep the legend running and on the road.


Summer Setup.










Mod List

Performance:
FP 18G (first gen)
Perrin FMIC (first gen)
Perrin short ram intake
Perrin turbo inlet
Perrin pulley
Modded stock injectors
HKS uppipe
HKS downpipe
HKS Hi-Power catback
Prodrive oil cap
IMP radiator shroud
ECUtek tuned by PDX (282 whp, 270 ft/lbs tq)

Suspension/Brakes:
H&R coilovers
Perrin front and rear sway bars
Perrin rear endlinks
Cusco front and rear strut tower braces
StopTech 328x28mm BBK
Axxis Ultimate brake pads front and rear


Exterior:
STi hood scoop (genuine)
C-West v2 front bumper (genuine, summer setup)
Chargespeed front lip (genuine, winter setup)
Chargespeed side skirts (genuine)
C-West rear lip (genuine)
Kaminari CF rear spoiler
CF side markers
Koji-style headlights
STi grill (genuine)

Wheels/Tires:
Prodrive P1 18x7.5 +53 5x100 Anthracite (winter/street setup)
Bridgestone Potenza RE960AS 225/40/18 (winter/street setup)
Advan TC-II 18x7.5 +48 5x100 Gold (show/summer setup)
Yokohama S-Drive 225/40/18 (show/summer setup)
Rays lugnuts

Interior:
Embroidered headrests
STi JDM v7 gauge cluster
STi shifter trim
Omori EGT gauge in driver's side vent
Blitz DTT turbo timer
Prodrive floor mats

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Old 11-07-2010, 01:58 AM   #5
kaeo_15
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Chapter/Region: NWIC
Location: TS #21
Vehicle:
On to the next...

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I purchased my Bugeye off of the lot at Irvine Subaru in June of 2004. I really didn't know much about the car other than it was turbo and AWD, seemed like a match made in heaven for me. I had never owned a car that was worthy enough to mod, so I didn't really know how/where to start. That is when I found nasioc.com in late '05. I lurked around for a while before joining in '06. I spent many late nights researching modifications and even more time scouring the classifieds for cheap used parts...
Through the entire ownership of the car (up until May of this year), I have been a broke college student. This made the search for used parts even more important. Slowly but surely, the car starting coming together and it was all due to the many deals I found on this site, the information that came from the many knowledgeable people I have met in person and online, and a love for my Subaru and the Subaru community.
I am pleased to say that I love owning a Subaru and hope to be a part of the Subaru community for years to come. With that said, here is my entry for Top Scoob #21!





















Many more pictures here courtesy of my man Luis3rd...
Click Me!

And the mod list...

Exterior:
JDM STi hood scoop
JDM STi grille
JDM STi Spec-C roof vent
JDM Rain guards
Retrofitted factory headlights with FX35 projectors (clear lense upgrade), E55 shrouds, and Greddy 35w HID kit
Chargespeed brake ducts (paint matched)
Prodrive lip
ARC Winglets
Paint matched side markers
OEM Subaru side strakes
OEM Subaru rear lip
04-05 WRX tail lights
20% rear window tint
Hella Supertones (painted matte black)

Interior:
Prodrive Recaro sport seats
V4 STi rear seats
DIY black door cards
Prodrive floor mats
Cobb delrin shift knob
Blitz BLM boost and water temp gauges

Wheels, tires and brakes:
Work Emotion XD9 18X10 +33 custom black chrome (Street)
255/35/18 Hankook Ventus V12 Evo
Work Emotion CR Kai 17X9 +34 in matte gunmetal (Everything else)
MXP purple lug nuts
Custom powdercoated Lollipop purple 06 WRX 4-pots
Hawk HPS pads
Techna-fit SS teflon coated brakelines
ATE super blue fluid

Suspension:
Stance GR+ Coilovers (F & R camber plates)
Cusco 24mm adj. rear sway bar
Whiteline fixed 22mm front swaybar
Whiteline steering rack bushings
Kartboy rear subframe outrigger bushings


Engine/Power/Transmission:
Original EJ205, transmission and clutch (138k miles)
FP TD05H 18g 7cm
OEM sti intercooler
Gruppe-S y-pipe
Samco TB hose
Walbro 255 lph fuel pump
Denso 625cc injectors
Turbo XS stealthback
Prodrive round-tip muffler
DIY cadmium coated and gold foiled turbo heat shield
SMC methanol injection
Cobb accessport with protune by "Jesus" @ HB speed (285whp ~20 psi)
Prodrive oil cap
Beatrush alternator cover
Perrin radiator cooling plate
Kartboy short shifter
Kartboy shifter bushings

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Old 11-07-2010, 06:03 PM   #6
02WRX2.5
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I bought this WRX new in 2001 when it was first released in the US. Modifications started almost immediately as whatever power levels the car had at the time became boring. I eventually began drag racing seriously and starting setting goals for myself and my car. In the 2009 season, I decided I wanted to run a 10 second pass with a full street setup. Full interior, full glass and street tires. With the help of COBB Tuning Surgeline, I succeeded in this goal, but that wasn’t enough by a long shot. 9s were next, and with 9s came a whole new set of rules and that’s where the car sits now. For the 2010 season, we basically built the car from the ground up for the sole purpose of running 9s.
After months of fabrication and trial and error, I’m in the 9s. Stay tuned for next season to see what’s coming up.













Progress photos over the years!







If you want to learn more about the car and see the process the car underwent, check out my flickr set and my Proven Power Thread

2.5L w/Twin Scroll 40R Tuned with Autronic

2002 Subaru WRX
Tuner: Tim Bailey
Dyno Info: Mustang AWD-500
Peak HP at RPM: 638 WHP@6860RPM
Peak Torque at RPM: 526 WTQ@6110RPM
Baseline hp/tq for a stock on same dyno: 2010 STi: 239 WTQ, 228 WHP
Target Boost: 33 PSI
Target AFR: 7.8:1
Fuel: E85

Engine/Power Modifications:

- Autronic EMS
- 4094 Twin Scroll Turbo
- Full Race Twin Scroll Manifold
- Built Short Block w/Helix Rods
- Cosworth Pistons
- Cosworth Intake Manifold
- Cosworth Heads/Camshafts
- 2000cc Injector Dynamics
- Dual Bosch 044s
- ETS FMIC
- Custom 4" Intake (Passenger Headlight)

Driveline Modifications:

- '04 STi 6 Speed w/'07 Gear Stack
- 3.90 Final Drive
- Cusco Engine/Transmission Mounts
- Custom ACT Heavy Duty Unsprung 6 Puck

Suspension Modifications:

- Tein Flex Coilovers
- COBB Tuning Sway Bars

Other Modifications:

- 16” Volk TE37s
- 9 Point Roll Cage
- Weight Removal
- Seibon Hood/Trunk
- Driver Side EDM Headlight
- JDM STi Grill
- JDM V7 STi Gauge Cluster
- JDM Rain Visors

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Old 11-08-2010, 11:02 AM   #7
iNfEk
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Chapter/Region: HIIC
Location: Kapolei, HI
Vehicle:
2002 LHD STI V7 6MT
12.9@103MPH EJ205 4EAT

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oh yes it is going to be interesting... I'm probably going to update my pictures later on but I'll need to enter before it's to late.

I had originally purchased the car in early 2002 because I wanted something different and to be honest it was the 1999 Impreza 2.5RS that really had me looking at Subarus to begin with. I really didn't know anything about them nor did I even think that I'd do as much as I've done to it over the past 8 years. The car was purchased as an AUTOMATIC because I didn't intend to get into motorsports or anything to do with cars even though all of my relatives were heavy into them (i.e. automotive mechanics or hot rodding...etc.). I ended up joining what now is "NASIOC" (but was i-club) at the time. Little did I know that this would be the start of what I now have come to understand as being a LIFE LONG PASSION for subarus and my embedded automotive background.

I love quality and rarity but as we all know you have to pay to play. Japan has always been somewhere I love and would love to visit again. The acronym JDM never entered my vocabulary until this car. I hesitated purchasing her because I couldn't get over the fact that it looked like a goddamn NEON! It wasn't until my first JDM Grille that I really fell in love with this car and community.

Here I am 8 years later and there isn't a bolt/screw that hasn't been turned, removed or replaced. I know every inch of her. very little to original stock parts on the car. I have done all the work myself GARAGE STYLE no lifts or fancy equipment. I have completely gutted her and dropped the gas tank to get her to how she is today... Since I've purchased her and started modding it I regularly attend track events and other interactive motorsport events that we have locally. I guess I'm a fricken hypocrite hehehe

So here she is:


oh yes it is going to be interesting... I'm probably going to update my pictures later on but I'll need to enter before it's to late.

I had originally purchased the car in early 2002 because I wanted something different and to be honest it was the 1999 Impreza 2.5RS that really had me looking at Subarus to begin with. I really didn't know anything about them nor did I even think that I'd do as much as I've done to it over the past 8 years. The car was purchased as an AUTOMATIC because I didn't intend to get into motorsports or anything to do with cars even though all of my relatives were heavy into them (i.e. automotive mechanics or hot rodding...etc.). I ended up joining what now is "NASIOC" (but was i-club) at the time. Little did I know that this would be the start of what I now have come to understand as being a LIFE LONG PASSION for subarus and my embedded automotive background.

I love quality and rarity but as we all know you have to pay to play. Japan has always been somewhere I love and would love to visit again. The acronym JDM never entered my vocabulary until this car. I hesitated purchasing her because I couldn't get over the fact that it looked like a goddamn NEON! It wasn't until my first JDM Grille that I really fell in love with this car and community.

Here I am 8 years later and there isn't a bolt/screw that hasn't been turned, removed or replaced. I know every inch of her. very little to original stock parts on the car. I have done all the work myself GARAGE STYLE no lifts or fancy equipment. I have completely gutted her and dropped the gas tank to get her to how she is today... Since I've purchased her and started modding it I regularly attend track events and other interactive motorsport events that we have locally. I guess I'm a fricken hypocrite hehehe. This mod list is what is currently on the car right now. This doesn't mean that I didn't have a completely different setup 5 years ago.

So here she is:

Engine / Drivetrain
-GetaDomTune.com JDM ECU Open Source Tuned
-ATP Turbo GT3071R
-Crucial Racing Coolsafe Thermostat
-SpeedMonkee/Ron Davis Aluminum Radiator
-Subaru JDM STi version 7 EJ207 with AVCS heads
-Subaru JDM STI Version 7 Front and Rear Axles
-Kartboy Extended Exhaust Hangers
-Zerosports Radiator Shroud
-Beatrush Propeller Shaft Bushings
-Subaru JDM STI R180 Differential
-Subaru JDM STI 6 Speed Transmission (with DCCD & Suretrack)
-DCCD-PRO Universal Controller (supports auto function)
-APS DR550 Front Mount Intercooler
-Subaru JDM STI Version 7 ECU
-Deatschwerks 850cc Injectors
-APS 65mm Cold Air Intake (1st Gen.)
-Fujitsubo Super EX Basic - Equal Length (610-63031)
-Tial V44 Wastegate (44mm V-band) (Black)
-Grimm Speed V44 Wastegate Dump Tube (44mm V-band) (Ceramic Coated - Black)
-Element Tuning Turboback Exhaust
-Crawford Performance Air/Oil Separator (Version II)
-Group N Engine Mounts
-Group N Transmission Mount (6MT)
-DEI Titanium Wrapped Header, Down pipe, Up pipe
-DEI Titanium Turbo Blanket


Handling
-Bridgestone Potenza RE-11 (245/40/17)
-Subydude 17x9 +30 Rota Torque R's
-Subydude +1 6MT Short Shifter (Discontinued)
-Stance GR+Plus Coilovers
-6Gun Racing Ball Joint Extender Kit (Revision 3)
-Turn In Concepts Rear End Clunk Killer Kit
-Syms Brake Hose Kit
-Cusco Front and Rear Sway bars
-Cusco Brake Master Cylinder Brace
-Cusco Lower Arm Bar Type 2
-Paranoid Fabrications 5 Piece Under Brace Kit
-Paranoid Fabrications Fender Braces
-Kartboy Front Crossmember Bushings
-Kartboy Front and Rear Endlinks
-Kartboy Rear outrigger Bushings
-SuperPro Steering Rack Bushings
-Turn In Concepts 6MT Pivot Bushing
-Subaru JDM 2003 STI Front and Rear Brembo Brakes
-Subaru JDM STI Front and Rear Axles (Thicker Shafts and Larger CV Boots)
-Subaru JDM STI Front and Rear Wheel Hubs (to accommodate the larger axles)


Exterior
-Kaminari Full Carbon Hood with Reverse Cowl
-HT Autos STI Version 7 Prodrive Edition Splitter
-Subaru JDM STI Prodrive Version Front Bumper Fog Light Kit
-Subaru JDM STI Prodrive Version Front Bumper
-Subaru JDM Side Strakes
-Subaru JDM Front Aero Guards
-Subaru JDM STI Grille
-Subaru JDM Power Folding Mirrors (with Switch)
-Subaru JDM STI Version 8 Taillights
-Subaru JDM STI Limited Spoiler (2002) (also came on the JDM NB-R)
-Subaru JDM Impreza Rain Guards (1st Gen. -- Transparent Smoke Grey)
-Subaru JDM STI Black Chrome HID Headlights
-Subaru JDM Side Markers (Amber)
-DIY Gloss Black Painted Engine Bay
-Prodrive Body Molded Mud Guards (Discontinued)
-HT Autos Three Piece Diffuser (Bugeye Specific)
-Totsubo License plate mount
-Fastline License Plate Relocation Kit (Discontinued)
-Hella Supertones (118db - "Made In Germany" - Painted Black Black)


Interior
-Subaru JDM Prodrive Gauge Cluster (with DCCD)
-Innovate Motor Sports XD-16 WB02 Gauge
-Defi Gauges 52mm IMPERIAL Link Meter Gauges (Red Needle with Green Illumination -- Boost / EGT / Oil Pressure)
-Subaru JDM STI Sports Seat
-Subaru JDM STI Rear Seats
-DIY Plasti-Dipped A/B/C Pillars (Black)
-DIY Plasti-Dipped Center Console (Black)
-DIY headliner (Black Micro Suede)


Audio / Video
-Engine Noise (with additional NVH)
















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Old 11-08-2010, 12:38 PM   #8
mister hashimoto
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Location: Hawaii
Vehicle:
03 RHDbugeye wagon
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ahh what the heck,

short story. i bought m ycar back in 06 at subaru of temecula. a couple of buddies had subarus at the time so i thought i jumped on the band wagon literally, not knowing anything about subarus and what i was going to get myself into at the time. so 4 years later this is where my car stands. i know my car isnt going to make it far with the crazy bugeyes here. but this is what i got.







engine:
stock motor
fujitsubo rm01a exhaust
hks downpipe
helix up pipe

exterior:
jdm hood scoop
jdm rain visiors
jdm clear turn signals
no tint fishbowl FTW
nokya yellow fog bulbs

wheels/suspension
blitz type 01 17x9+27(custom setup)
falken zeix 502 205/40/17
tein flex coilovers
eibach rear camber bolts
helix rear sway bar
cusco front power member brace

interior:
jdm v4 sti seats
jdm red hazard button
sti floor mats(black)
jdm full RHD conversion
RHD dash
RHD dash beam
RHD clutch master
RHD sti spec c steering rack
RHD climate control
RHD v8 pedals
Custom power steering hard lines

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**** it! hahahah. Hey everyone I'm in, if you guys don't know me by now, I'm Sleepy Wagon. Umm wow, What can i say about my wagon?! I like to be LOW and Slow and keep it oem. Nothing crazy or anything just nice fitment wheels and be low to the floor. But yeah i really don't think I'm going to win this but I'm don't it for the West Side and Wagon MOB! I got the wagon back in 06 and had one intention in this build.. To keep it nice and clean and low. I've gone threw so many wheels swap just to find the right set (my current set up). She is driven DAILY and is my only car. But yeah i guess thats all i can say. Enjoy..

And the mod list...

Exterior:
JDM STi hood scoop
JDM STi grille
and the rest is USDM! Whoot Whoot.

Interior:
kartboy shift knob
Defi boost and exhaust, oil temp gauges
Defi Version 1 control box
Defi carbon gauges holder
Kartboy short shifter
Kartboy shifter bushings
JDM Window Shades

Wheels, tires and brakes:
Work 11R custom set in
17x9 +28 all around
215/40/17 Sunny tires
USDM Brakes. :]

Suspension:
Tein Flex "OG" models
Ingall camber bolts
Whiteline steering rack bushings



Engine/Power/Transmission:
Original EJ205, transmission (82k miles!!)
VF30 turbo
OEM USDM intercooler
Walbro 255 lph fuel pump
STI "pinks" injectors
EDO "Catted" DP
Cattless Up pipe
STI Cbe
Tuned at YimiSport
GrimmSpeed Air/Oil Separator
Carbon alternator cover




LOWBallers X Us Versus Them X Wagon MOB X WFC
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I purchased the car back February 04’ 100% stock. This was my first turbo’d car so I started with stage 2 before the real modding bug bit me. The car went through various exterior changes and turbo upgrades over the next couple of years. Fast forward to September of 2008, I was hired by COBB Tuning working at their newest retail facility COBB Tuning Surgeline in Portland,OR.

Shortly after the shop opened up I found out Cyl #4 had low compression. What was supposed to be a simple built shortblock to get the car running turned in to a 9 month project producing a car that I never imagined I would own. Everything was fabricated in house by our head technician Dustin Harris and tuned by Tim Bailey/Myself/Lance Lucas.


Engine
542whp/454wtq @ 24psi on E85
Built EJ257 Lonblock
-100mm Wiseco Pistons
-Carrillo Rods
-Cosworth Main & Rod Bearings
-ARP Headstuds
-Cometic Headgaskets
-Gates Racing Kevlar Belt
-NGK 1 Step Colder Plugs
-Cosworth CNC Ported Heads
-Cosworth 278/274 AVCS Cams
-Cosworth Blueprinted High Flow Oil Pump
-Cosworth Billet Timing Belt Guide
-Cosworth Billet Cam Angle Sensor Bracket
-Cosworth Oil Control Baffle
-Cusco Motor Mounts
COBB Tuning Lightweight Crank Pulley
COBB Tuning Oil Filler Cap
COBB Tuning Battery Tie Down
COBB Tuning Radiator Shroud
Kartboy Pitch Stop Mount

Engine Management
ViPec V44 Plug-In ECU
ViPec 5 Bar MAP sensor
Vipec IAT Sensor
PLX Devices Wideband

Power
Custom COBB Tuning Surgeline Turbo Kit
-GT35R w/ Tial .63 AR
-4" Intake
-V-Band 2.5" ID Up-pipe
-V-Band Gruppe-S Equal Length Header
-V-Band 3" COBB Turboback
-Tial 44mm WG
-Tial Q BOV
Custom COBB Tuning Surgeline Fuel System
-Aeromotive Topfeed Fuel Rails w/ -6AN Lines
-Aeromotive Fuel Pressure Regulator
-Injector Dynamics Topfeed 2200cc Injectors
-8AN Feed & -6AN Return Fuel Lines
-COBB Tuning Surgeline Surge Tank
-Bosch 044 External Fuel Pump
-Walbro Fuel Pump
-AN Fittings
Custom COBB Tuning Surgeline Self-Draining Catch Can
Custom COBB Tuning Surgeline Overflow Resevoir
Cosworth Manifold (Rotated & Converted for Drive-By-Cable)
Ported JDM TGV Deletes
Grimmspeed 8mm Phenolic Spacers
APS DR500 FMIC Core W/ Custom Intercooler Piping
PWR Radiator
Samco Radiator Hoses
Hallman RX Pro Manual Boost Controller


Drivetrain & Suspension
2007 STI 6-Speed Transmission
2007 STI Front & Rear Axles
2007 STI Front Aluminum Control Arms
2007 STI Driveshaft
2007 STI R180 Rear Diff
2007 STI 5x114.3 Hubs & Knuckles
2007 STI Front Subframe
2007 STI Steering Rack
Exedy Triple Plate Clutch
COBB Tuning Front Shifter Bushings
COBB Tuning Rear Shifter Bushing
COBB Tuning Double-Adjustable Short Shifter
COBB Tuning Shift Knob
COBB Tuning 25mm Front Swaybar
COBB Tuning 25mm Rear Swaybar w/ Billet Mounts
Turn in Concepts Pivot Bushings
Turn in Concepts Shift Linkage Bushings
Turn in Concepts Tranny Crossmember Bushings
Turn in Concepts Rear Diff Bushings (Race)
Kartboy Rear Subframe Outrigger Bushings (Race)
Kartboy Rear Subframe Lockdown "Botox" Bolts
Whiteline Steering Rack Bushings
Whiteline Anti-Lift Kit
Whiteline Roll Center Adjustment Kit
Whiteline Lateral Links
Whiteline Camber Lock-out Bolts
Perrin R180 Rear Diff Cover
KW Variant 3 Coilovers
Cusco Front Camber Plates
Cusco Rear Camber Plates
Cusco Transmission Mount
RalliTeK Front Endlinks
RalliTeK Rear Endlinks

Wheels/Tires/Brakes
17x8.5 Enkei RPF-1 “Brilliant Silver”
245/45/17 Falken Azenis RT-615 Tires
2007 STI Front Brembos
2007 STI Rear Brembos
StopTech Front Brake Lines
StopTech Rear Brake Lines
Hawk HPS Front Pads
Hawk HPS Rear Pads

Exterior

Lightwerkz S2000 Retrofitted JDM Black Chrome Headlights
4500K HID's
05 Tail lights w/ "JDM mod"
05 STI Bumper w/ Fender flares
Subaru OEM Front Lip
Wingless Trunk
Chargespeed Carbon Fiber Brake Ducts
JDM STI Hoodscoop
JDM STI Grill
STI CF Sidemarkers
STI Sideskirts
Hella Supertones (Paint Matched)
WorxTuning Hood Struts

Interior
Sparco Torino II "Black" Driver/Passenger Seats
Custom wrapped interior w/ matching Sparco material
2005 WRX Black Carpet
2005 WRX Center Console Conversion
2005 STI Shifter Trim
2005 STI E-Brake
2005 STI Steering Wheel
2004 STI Cluster
JDM Red Hazard Button
ProDriven Auto Red LED Lighting Conversion
Defi Triple Meter Hood Pod
Defi BF Imperial Boost Gauge
Defi BF Imperial EGT Gauge
Defi BF Imperial Oil Pressure Gauge
Defi BF Imperial Oil Temp Gauge
Defi Link Controller II

I.C.E
Pioneer AVIC D3 w/ Ipod Integration
(4) 6.5" Eclipse speakers
Factory Passenger 8'' Sub








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Ok folks...I told myself I wouldn't do this, but...

After spending some time overseas, I'm finally going to be reunited with my Subaru in January. Since my time overseas is finally coming to and end, I've been traveling to different motorsport events throughout Asia, and I've never been so pumped up to get back in my Subaru.

I figured what good way to see if the ole' Top Scoob 001 still has what it takes to compete with the newer builds. My friends all tell me the WRC street theme I have is timeless, so I figured I'd put that methodology to the test

I present to you my submission for Bugeyes Royale Coast to Coast, my WRC Emulating Model...

The entire build thread can be found here:

http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show...ghlight=paulie

And recent pics out of storage (fitted with a new set of Enkei RC-T4's a few months ago) can be found here:

http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show...ghlight=paulie



The story

It all started when I was deployed to OMAN during Iraqi Freedom - My wife was sending me all my WRC VHS tapes to keep me entertained. It was towards the end of the last VHS tape I had watched that she tells me she wants to get rid of the S2000 and get something with AWD. She felt a little nervous with the S2K in the rain, and she wanted something a little more stable.

Of course, I had just been watching years worth of WRC videos, so I was all pumped up when she said she wanted AWD. Her exact words to me were “Sweetie, I want something as fast as the S2000, AWD, 4 doors, and it can’t cost more either.”

I was like, dang, she just described the WRX to a “T”. Her reply was that she thought it was ugly (this is about the time when the Bug Eyes were coming to the US). I said unless she wanted an Audi S4 for almost 20 grand more, the WRX was the only thing that fit her criteria. She agreed to test drive one with me when I got back from the war.

About 6 months later, I returned to the US and we got our test drive. She still thought it was ugly, but that was the farthest thing from her mind after the tach went north of 3,000rpm and she felt the turbo kick in for the first time. She was addicted to boost!

We put our order in with Huffines Subaru in Texas and waited patiently for months to get one of the last 2002 Aspen White 5sp MT’s. At that time, Huffines Subaru was affiliated with Cobb Tuning, who intern was the only US distributor of APS products. They gave us a test drive of an APS Club Spec equipped car and my wife was instantly hooked. It was the BOV. She loved the sound. She said no matter what, she wanted that sound.

So it began...

My inspiration for the car was deeply rooted in tarmac rallying (after watching years of WRC rallies while deployed). I wanted to build a daily-driven road going version of the Prodrive World Rally Championship WRC S8 rally car. A car that really captured the essence of the WRC car, without being a full up replica. Replicas have been done in the past but I wanted something that was more like a factory special edition. Something that had presence. Something that was subtle but so special you couldn’t put your finger on exactly what it was until you looked a little longer, and noticed the fine details of what helps identify this car with its WRC heritage.

It was to be uber clean, as if it started life as a Prodrive WRC Privateer entry, only in not such raw form. It was to be a finished vehicle, capable as a daily driver on real roads, but a monster when pushed in the mountains. It was to be well balanced, both visually and mechanically, and also in it’s capabilities. I wanted a car that would blur the lines in the twisties, but could also excel at the circuit, or at a show - the ultimate daily driver. I wanted a car that really represented what the WRC is all about - a global motorsport, one that just happens to be the closest thing that someone could emulate with their road going car, since the WRC is based on them.

I knew the parts I chose had to have a European flavor, and so my quest began searching the globe for parts to represent a whole host of countries. From APS (Australia), Sparco, Orciari and Lester AutoTuning (Italy), H&R (Germany), Revolutions Wheels and AP Racing (UK), Michelin Sport division (France), Rev-Lab (Canada), STi genuine parts (Japan) and Hotchkis, Ground-Control, and Gimmie Gears (USA), many countries were represented in the build up of this car.

All the modifications to this car were chosen with a methodical, calculated precision. The balance had to be just right, down to the colors. The devil is in the details.

This car was developed over time (about 4 years), all on my own dime. No sponsors, no gimmies, nada - Just some hard work and an extreme dedication to build my ultimate dream car.

The interior sports a full Sparco compliment of their finest threads. Material was ordered from Sparco Italy to complete the look. One of the highlights is the full padded Alcantara dash, a throw back to the flocked dashboards of the WRC cars, to help eliminate glare when blasting down the rally stages. On the passenger side, I had the SRS Airbag logo digitized and then CNC embroidered in the same exact location as stock to pull of a factory look. Nested within the dash at its center, you’ll find a trio of Defi’s BF series gauges in Amber Red, one of the first sets imported into the country. The controls are all about keeping the theme, so the steering wheel got the Alcantara treatment as well. First, the WRX wheel was tossed in favor of a genuine STi wheel, and then stitched up by none other than Stitchcraft Custom Interiors of Hunting Beach, Ca - the same folks who do work for Chip Foose. The detail on the wheel is amazing. I had them replicate the stitching on the STi wheel down to the thread. It took 20 times to get right, but the end result was breathtaking. Roudign out the controls, the navigation system was from Kenwood, same electronic sponsor to that of the WRC car. The door cards got the Sparco treatment as well. The tops were done in Alcantara to match the lines of the dash, and the inserts were done in Netspacer fabric to match the inserts on the Sparco Monza seats. The rear seats went under the knife as well. Fully encased in Sparco materials to match the front seats, the headrests were reshaped to that of their counterparts, for that little something special. To finish out the interior, I installed Sparco’s competition 3 inch harness, along with their newly redesigned harness bar custom made for the WRX.

On the exterior of the car, the highlight has to be the front end. I designed the front of this car to emulate the WRC car (not to replicate it). The Prodrive lip, along with the Lester AutoTuning fog light covers and fender vents give the car a clean look. The modified one piece bumper complete with Orciari WRC grille and WRC projector headlights help solidify the WRC look. Fine details like the leading edge of the hood being cut to match the lines of the grill opening lend to it’s credibility as a WRC emulation, as do the Gimmie Gears WRC hood vent, which was molded from a real WRC competition hood. I chose not to get a set of WRC carbon mirrors because when looking at the car from the front, the stock White mirrors draw your eyes closer to the outer edge of the car, giving it a much wider, menacing appearance. The roof got the Spec C vent treatment, and the rear decklid sports a true WRC style wing, that hangs off the back of the car as if it just came from Prodrive.

Underneath, the chassis got a complete overhaul. To get telepathic reactions we said goodbye to the original steering rack and installed a custom unit from Rev-Lab. It brought the ratio down to an amazing 12.5 to 1 - just slightly over 2 turns lock-to-lock. The factory suspension was tossed in favor of H&R coilovers, mated to custom Ground-Control caster/camber plates up front, and STi Group N top mounts out back. Lightweight aluminum control arms from the overseas STi model were fitted, as were lightweight 25mm hollow sway bars from Hotchkis Tuning. Also from Hotchkis Tuning came a set of fully adjustable lateral links surrounded by their custom endlinks as well. Completing the suspension is a 40mm Cusco rear strut tower brace nestled in the trunk.

To help make the car stop as good as it cornered, AP Racing calipers from the UK were installed up front, loaded with Ferodo DS2500 pads (DS3000 for circuit duty) clamping on AP Racing 330mm slotted rotors. Out back, a set of Subaru Aluminum 2 piston calipers (as found on the 22B) were fitted and loaded with a matching set of Ferodo pads, but not without being powdercoated to match the AP binders up front first. Slotted rotors from Disc Brake Australia were fitted to the rear. Goodrich SS lines were used all around, filled with ATE Super Blue brake fluid. Housing all that stopping power is a set of Revolution Millennium tarmac rally wheels straight from the UK, in a WRC spec size of 18x8. These wheels were the first set imported into the country, and subsequently used in Revolution Motorsport print ads all over Europe. Wrapped tightly around them and contributing to the cars’ amazing kung fu like grip and stopping power, is a set of true Michelin N43 (hard compound) tarmac slicks from France- the same tires used by competing WRC teams around the world.

Under the hood of this WRC emulation is where it all comes to life. An APS SR30/15 trim turbo was chosen due to it’s dual ball bearing design and unmatched OEM-like quality. Breathing through an APS DR/500 FMIC an APS BOV was also installed. Spent gasses make their way through an APS 3” Turboback exhaust after getting sucked in by the APS Cold Air Induction system filtrated by K&N. Cooling duties go to the Fluidyne aluminum radiator. Getting the power to the ground is an APS lightened flywheel and Cucso Sport clutch combo. The factory gears were replaced with a STi RA close ratio gear set that was cryogenically treated for strength and reliability. Stiffeners such as a compliment of STi Group N mounts were used to keep the drivetrain in check. Dress up items by Prova were used to spice things up a bit, and the factory manifold was powder coated like it’s STi offspring.

So after years of hard work and dedication, I present to you my submission, the WRC Tarmac Project - WRC Tarmac Emulating Model:








Mod List:

Motor / Drivetrain

APS SR30/15 trim turbo
APS DR/500 FMIC
APS BOV
APS Up-Pipe
APS 3" Turbo Back Exhaust
APS Cold Air Induction w/ K & N filter
APS Lightened Flywheel (12.5 lbs)
STI RA close ratio 5 speed gear set (cryogenically treated)
STI 565cc injectors
STI Group N Motor Mounts
STI Group N Pitch Mount
STI Group N Tranny mount
Exedy Sport Clutch
Walboro fuel pump
Unichip Engine Control with Boost Mapping
HKS Twin Power DLI Ignition System
Fluidyne Aluminum Radiator
Samco radiator hoses
Zerosports Thermostat
Prova Hood Dampers
Prova Oil cap
Prova Radiator cap
Prova Brake Fluid cap
Prova Clutch Fluid cap
Castrol Syntec oil
HKS Circle Earth System
Optima Yellow-Top Battery
Cobb Tuning double adj.short throw shifter w/ hardened bushings
Red Line gear oil
Manifold powder coated to match IC piping

Suspension / Chassis / Brakes

H&R Coilovers
STi aluminum control arms
Ground Control front camber/caster plates (top mount, custom anodized Gold)
STi rear group N strut tops
Cusco 40mm rear strut tower brace
Hotchkis Tuning front & rear sway bars (w/ rear subframe bracket)
Hotchkis Tuning front & rear endlinks
Hotchkis Tuning adjustable rear camber links
Rev-Lab quick steering rack (12.5:1 ratio)
Subaru tapered wheel bearings packed with Neo Synthetic HP 800
Kartboy exhaust hangers
Performance 4 wheel alignment
Revolution Millenium wheels, 18x8, ET50, Gold
Michelin N43 (hard compound) tarmac slicks as used in the WRC
AP Racing front BBK direct from England - 5200 series calipers w/330x28mm vented/slotted 2 pc. rotors
Subaru 2-pot 22B calipers on rear - custom powder coated to match front BBK
DBA rear rotors, 290x18mm, vented/slotted
Ferodo DS 2500 pads for street / Ferodo DS3000 pads for track
ATE Super Blue brake fluid
Goodrich Stainless Steel Brake lines

Exterior / Bodywork

WRC wing (NeoDesigns)
WRC hood vent (Gimmie Gears)
WRC front grill (Orciari) molded into bumper - converted to 1 piece WRC spec.
WRC headlights (Orciari) w/Hella optics
Prodrive front lip
Prodrive rear diff guard (polished and painted)
Subaru Spec C roof vent
Lester fog light covers
Lester air intakes molded to fenders (replaces side markers)
Leading edge of hood cut to match WRC car/grill
Custom grills for hood vent, and radiator opening
Subaru OEM Painted Side Skirts
JDM rear WRX badge (Red outline instead of Blue)
De-badged "S U B A R U" on decklid
Original vinyl logo’s designed by me, cut by Underground Graphics

Interior

Full Stitchcraft interior out of Huntington Beach, CA - covered in Sparco materials
Dash covered in Alcantara, with “SRS Airbag” logo replicated on passenger side airbag
Defi Triple Meter Hood covered in Alcantara
USDM STi steering wheel swap w/WRX cruise control intact, covered in Alcantara with STi stitching fully replicated
Sparco Monza front seats
Custom rear seat made to match the Monza fronts, thread for thread, with headrest shape of Monza replicated
Top of door cards covered in Alcantara, middle covered in Netspacer fabric to match seat inserts
Sparco Globe X shift knob covered in Alcantara
Sparco harness bar with a pair of Sparco 3” competition harnesses
2004 WRX radio bezel, center vents, and cup holder (dark Silver)
Red Hazard button from the JDM S203 model


Electronics

2004 USDM STi gauge cluster
Defi BF Amber Red series gauges – Boost, Oil Temp, and Oil Press
Defi Control Unit II
HVAC illumination converted to Red to match gauges
Kenwood Excelon DDX8017 double-din DVD/CD/MP3 player
Kenwood P4100 GPS Navigation



- Paulie

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^^ im lovin your interior Paulie!
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Old 11-30-2010, 09:45 AM   #13
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Polls now open for Round One so let's get that vote out!

Best of Luck to all our entrants
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Old 11-30-2010, 10:04 AM   #14
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I don't know who to choose, this is a toughy!
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Old 11-30-2010, 11:51 AM   #15
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Paulie wins!
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Old 11-30-2010, 01:20 PM   #16
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sleepy gayboi gets my vote
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Old 11-30-2010, 01:32 PM   #17
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Old 11-30-2010, 02:49 PM   #18
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Tough choice but had to vote for kaeo! Love everyones car here though!

Good luck west!!
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Old 11-30-2010, 04:24 PM   #19
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some many nice cars to choose from. Hmmm
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Old 11-30-2010, 06:05 PM   #20
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So many great bugeyes this time. I voted for sleepy wagon.
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Old 11-30-2010, 08:27 PM   #21
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Add more pics! Good luck to all for there are some beautiful bugeyes in this thread. It is an honor to be in the runnings with you guys
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Old 11-30-2010, 09:02 PM   #22
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Since I actually worked on this car. Shinigami gets my vote.
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Old 11-30-2010, 10:17 PM   #23
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Since I actually worked on this car. Shinigami gets my vote.
I suppose that's why I voted for 02WRX2.5
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Old 11-30-2010, 10:35 PM   #24
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Thanks for the votes guys, there's a lot of sweet bugeyes in here good luck to everyone else

oh and I added some more pics
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Old 11-30-2010, 10:57 PM   #25
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so many great cars, dont know if i will even make it past round one, good luck to all
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