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Old 12-11-2012, 10:21 PM   #6726
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good thinking. It is opensource. First time I've been happy about open source. I haven't ever tinkered with that though so it will take some learning.

I've read some threads where once the fans kick in ... the bad idle goes away. Probably from load on motor or something..

I'm not happy I haven't found the issue yet, but I'm glad I have some guidance!
Bad alternator? Bad ground issue? You can turn the fans on at will with RomRaider. I was just in that prompt over the weekend. I don't remember specifically, but I believe it's in the Switches menu.
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Old 12-12-2012, 01:12 AM   #6727
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Going to look at a wagon on Thursday. 05 with 63,000 has these mods

- vf43 (40K, New Seals, No wastegate Crack, Zero Shaft Play, ported and polished)
- STI TMIC with Prodrive Silicone Y Pipe
- Perrin Turbo Inlet
- Perrin Big Uppipe
- Perrin Divorced DP
- Perrin Turbo Blanket
- Perrin Front Strut Tie Bar
- Perrin Pitch Stop Mount
- Perrin Manual Boost Controller
- Megan 3" Full Turbo Back Exhaust
- SPT Cold Air Intake and Heat Shield
- Mishimoto Radiator (170 degree T-Stat)
- Rota G Force Wheels 18X8.5 et48 (2K on them)
- General G-Max Tires 224/40 (2K miles on them)
- Grimmspeed Gaskets
- Walbro 255
- GroupN Motor Mounts

He do not have the stock wheels anymore. The only thing this car needs are front brakes and an o2 sensor. He is installing the 02 sensor tomorrow.
Mileage is just under 64000. All parts installed and tune 10K ago, zero issues with anything.
It also has 5% tint and a glare strip on the front window.
It has a few rock chips. Original owner lived on a dirt road. There is small dent on the fender . Also guy Just replaced the trans an both diff fluids with Amsoil Severe Gear.

Askin $15,500 as lowest and can pay for some extras that havent been installed yet on the car because he hasn't fit around to it. They include:

- Perrin Front and Rear 25mm Sways (NIB)
- Kartboy Front and Rear Endlink (NIB)
- Wagon Struts with Koni Inserts
- RCE Yellows
- Whiteline Roll Center Kit (NIB)
- Autometer Bezel Pod (Dual 52mm)
- VEI 52mm (Boost, Radar, oil pressure and temp w/Install kit)
- ProSport
Oil Filter Sandwich Adaptor (NIB)
- 06-07 WRX 4/2 Pot calipers (w/Kartboy
adaptors)
- StopTech SS Brake Lines (NIB)
- Hawk HPS Pads
- DBA Rotors
- STI Front Splitters (need Paint to Match)
- V-Limited Replica Front lip (good shape)
- Rear Spats (NEW - Need Paint)
- CF HKS Replica Rear Diffuser
- GroupN Trans Mount
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Old 12-12-2012, 09:22 AM   #6728
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Going to look at a wagon on Thursday. 05 with 63,000 has these mods

- vf43 (40K, New Seals, No wastegate Crack, Zero Shaft Play, ported and polished)
- STI TMIC with Prodrive Silicone Y Pipe
- Perrin Turbo Inlet
- Perrin Big Uppipe
- Perrin Divorced DP
- Perrin Turbo Blanket
- Perrin Front Strut Tie Bar
- Perrin Pitch Stop Mount
- Perrin Manual Boost Controller
- Megan 3" Full Turbo Back Exhaust
- SPT Cold Air Intake and Heat Shield
- Mishimoto Radiator (170 degree T-Stat)
- Rota G Force Wheels 18X8.5 et48 (2K on them)
- General G-Max Tires 224/40 (2K miles on them)
- Grimmspeed Gaskets
- Walbro 255
- GroupN Motor Mounts

He do not have the stock wheels anymore. The only thing this car needs are front brakes and an o2 sensor. He is installing the 02 sensor tomorrow.
Mileage is just under 64000. All parts installed and tune 10K ago, zero issues with anything.
It also has 5% tint and a glare strip on the front window.
It has a few rock chips. Original owner lived on a dirt road. There is small dent on the fender . Also guy Just replaced the trans an both diff fluids with Amsoil Severe Gear.

Askin $15,500 as lowest and can pay for some extras that havent been installed yet on the car because he hasn't fit around to it. They include:

- Perrin Front and Rear 25mm Sways (NIB)
- Kartboy Front and Rear Endlink (NIB)
- Wagon Struts with Koni Inserts
- RCE Yellows
- Whiteline Roll Center Kit (NIB)
- Autometer Bezel Pod (Dual 52mm)
- VEI 52mm (Boost, Radar, oil pressure and temp w/Install kit)
- ProSport
Oil Filter Sandwich Adaptor (NIB)
- 06-07 WRX 4/2 Pot calipers (w/Kartboy
adaptors)
- StopTech SS Brake Lines (NIB)
- Hawk HPS Pads
- DBA Rotors
- STI Front Splitters (need Paint to Match)
- V-Limited Replica Front lip (good shape)
- Rear Spats (NEW - Need Paint)
- CF HKS Replica Rear Diffuser
- GroupN Trans Mount
Careercadaver's San remo red wagon?
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Old 12-12-2012, 09:35 AM   #6729
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Going to look at a wagon on Thursday. 05 with 63,000 has these mods

- vf43 (40K, New Seals, No wastegate Crack, Zero Shaft Play, ported and polished)
- STI TMIC with Prodrive Silicone Y Pipe
- Perrin Turbo Inlet
- Perrin Big Uppipe
- Perrin Divorced DP
- Perrin Turbo Blanket
- Perrin Front Strut Tie Bar
- Perrin Pitch Stop Mount
- Perrin Manual Boost Controller
- Megan 3" Full Turbo Back Exhaust
- SPT Cold Air Intake and Heat Shield
- Mishimoto Radiator (170 degree T-Stat)
- Rota G Force Wheels 18X8.5 et48 (2K on them)
- General G-Max Tires 224/40 (2K miles on them)
- Grimmspeed Gaskets
- Walbro 255
- GroupN Motor Mounts

He do not have the stock wheels anymore. The only thing this car needs are front brakes and an o2 sensor. He is installing the 02 sensor tomorrow.
Mileage is just under 64000. All parts installed and tune 10K ago, zero issues with anything.
It also has 5% tint and a glare strip on the front window.
It has a few rock chips. Original owner lived on a dirt road. There is small dent on the fender . Also guy Just replaced the trans an both diff fluids with Amsoil Severe Gear.

Askin $15,500 as lowest and can pay for some extras that havent been installed yet on the car because he hasn't fit around to it. They include:

- Perrin Front and Rear 25mm Sways (NIB)
- Kartboy Front and Rear Endlink (NIB)
- Wagon Struts with Koni Inserts
- RCE Yellows
- Whiteline Roll Center Kit (NIB)
- Autometer Bezel Pod (Dual 52mm)
- VEI 52mm (Boost, Radar, oil pressure and temp w/Install kit)
- ProSport
Oil Filter Sandwich Adaptor (NIB)
- 06-07 WRX 4/2 Pot calipers (w/Kartboy
adaptors)
- StopTech SS Brake Lines (NIB)
- Hawk HPS Pads
- DBA Rotors
- STI Front Splitters (need Paint to Match)
- V-Limited Replica Front lip (good shape)
- Rear Spats (NEW - Need Paint)
- CF HKS Replica Rear Diffuser
- GroupN Trans Mount
over priced... you can almost get an sti for that price..
other options for you
http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=2438531

if you feel you want to spend 15K
http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show...ighlight=wagon

make a wish list.. everything you want in a car.. it will help narrow your search
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Old 12-12-2012, 09:49 AM   #6730
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Careercadaver's San remo red wagon?
yeah thats his
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Old 12-12-2012, 09:53 AM   #6731
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How do you guys feel about buyin heavily modded cars like above. I learned soon time ago with my mustang that it is cheaper to buy a built motor that someone needs to sell than build one. But when I see an Sti or Wrx that has had a huge list like th above I shy away. I understand the want and why they did it but it tells me the person is into speed and likes to use it. I do to but I've grown up a lot and don't beat on my cars. I real particular on maintenance now too. I have a hard time wrapping my head around buying a heavily modded car unless I knew the person who owned it to know how it was driven. With the above I would assume its been ridden hard and put away wet on occasions. What do u think?
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Old 12-12-2012, 10:51 AM   #6732
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How do you guys feel about buyin heavily modded cars like above. I learned soon time ago with my mustang that it is cheaper to buy a built motor that someone needs to sell than build one. But when I see an Sti or Wrx that has had a huge list like th above I shy away. I understand the want and why they did it but it tells me the person is into speed and likes to use it. I do to but I've grown up a lot and don't beat on my cars. I real particular on maintenance now too. I have a hard time wrapping my head around buying a heavily modded car unless I knew the person who owned it to know how it was driven. With the above I would assume its been ridden hard and put away wet on occasions. What do u think?
i wouldn't call those cars posted above "heavily" modded. As far as buying a built motor, it all depends on who built it. If a shop did the work and has all the paper work for it, no prob. If the guy built it in his garage.... I would stay away.

since he just chimmed in and seems like not many ppl know him. This was Nick Reids car.. I would call this "heavily modded"
http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1683319


Only pic i have but still one of my fav subies around
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Old 12-12-2012, 11:04 AM   #6733
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That wagon in IL seems like a very good deal
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Old 12-12-2012, 11:38 AM   #6734
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I don't have a problem with modified cars for a good price. I also don't have a problem with a swapped car like Aron and Robs, because I know those guys and they seem knowledgeable enough that I'm not worried about how it was driven or built.
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Old 12-12-2012, 11:53 AM   #6735
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I don't have a problem with modified cars for a good price. I also don't have a problem with a swapped car like Aron and Robs, because I know those guys and they seem knowledgeable enough that I'm not worried about how it was driven or built.
I drive it like I stole it! But I put parts that should allow me to do that.
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Old 12-12-2012, 12:16 PM   #6736
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I drive it like I stole it! But I put parts that should allow me to do that.
Yep, I know both you and Rob drive hard, but you don't drive stupid (clutch dump and gear slamming for example), so I'd have no problem buying your cars.
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Old 12-12-2012, 12:37 PM   #6737
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Ya the car I looked at maybe a little high, that 05 hatch for 11,500 is a nice price
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Old 12-12-2012, 01:25 PM   #6738
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Old 12-12-2012, 01:36 PM   #6739
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Looks tough. Does the girl come with. I think that's called trafficking, but whatever!
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Old 12-12-2012, 01:44 PM   #6740
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Great price for the miles and year too. I'd be all over that one. .
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:12 PM   #6741
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I'm confused. First you say you want a wagon. Then you post an STI? What is it you want in a car?
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:29 PM   #6742
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I'm confused. First you say you want a wagon. Then you post an STI? What is it you want in a car?
I was thinking the same thing. It sounds like what you want is a Hawkeye 2.5i, and swap in a STi drivetrain. Can you do that kind of work? With your cash you can easily buy the car, donor car, and have 5k left over.
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:29 PM   #6743
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He wants one that says Subaru on it
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:38 PM   #6744
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Yes yes I do. I'm just scatter brained
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:40 PM   #6745
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Yes yes I do. I'm just scatter brained
I suggest you do what Aron said: make a list of what your dream Subaru has, then either build it, or search until you find it.
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:56 PM   #6746
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i wouldn't call those cars posted above "heavily" modded. As far as buying a built motor, it all depends on who built it. If a shop did the work and has all the paper work for it, no prob. If the guy built it in his garage.... I would stay away.

since he just chimmed in and seems like not many ppl know him. This was Nick Reids car.. I would call this "heavily modded"
http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1683319


Only pic i have but still one of my fav subies around
Seriously, I sold that car for $25k. It had $40k in mods alone. Now it's somewhere in AZ.

Also, my favorite picture of the car.
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Old 12-12-2012, 08:37 PM   #6747
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Seriously, I sold that car for $25k. It had $40k in mods alone. Now it's somewhere in AZ.

Also, my favorite picture of the car.
how could you sell that ...
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Old 12-12-2012, 09:00 PM   #6748
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Anymore pics of that car?
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Old 12-12-2012, 09:46 PM   #6749
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Anymore pics of that car?
We demand more car porn
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Old 12-12-2012, 10:17 PM   #6750
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Look up white outs UN and look for posts or threads created.

He's moved onto bigger and better cars now and isn't on here much (viper was the last I knew )
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