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Old 07-06-2008, 11:47 PM   #1
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3/28/07 STi bought…


Current Up to date mod list:
Engine=
Invidia full 3in catless DP
Invidia full 3in catless N1 RACE exhaust
Crucial copper gaskets
SPT Intake
Open Source Tune
GFB bov(very subtle)

Suspension=
BC Racing coilovers

Wheels=
Stockers with Falken POS(I got them very cheap) lol
18x8.5 +45 Gram Light 57F wrapped in Falken Azenis 615 235/40

Exterior=
Gone through 4 V limited lips, the best one of course as far as fitment was the real one. haha ( I have a Mach 5 replica on now)
Painted headlights
Removed every badge/sticker, except the front one.

Interior=
JDM Spec C V9 seats
JDM Hazard button
Alpine deck
Infinity front upgraded speakers
Prodrive shift knob, I trade it back and forth with the stock one.

My plans with the STi are to make it into a loud track car. LOL!

No seriously I and my best friend do want to take our cars into the track and go all out as far as gutting out and lightening our cars. I am not going to talk about what I have done but what I am going to do, or at least what I want to do.

Plans.
Power: Making 350 WHP 400+ TQ
Weight: Loosing about 300-500lbs…Which I have no idea what will be the first be removed/replaced.
Exterior: Wider fenders for wider rubber, Along with a Diffuser.
Interior: Bucket seats, my current JDM ones are perfect, but some Kevlar CF would weight half of them. So that would be the reasoning to that. Also a Sparco Harness bar along with a roll cage. And a QR steering wheel.
Stiffening/Handling: Sway bars. All mounts replaced. And a few other things I am blanking on.
Current setup.

Old/missed setup.




Sure I will find more piks.. lol
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Old 07-07-2008, 12:05 AM   #2
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Vehicle: 2002 Subaru Impreza WRX, purchased May 2001

MODS:
Original owner, Daily driven, 91000+ miles (and counting…)
Stock EJ20 block, heads, transmission, and clutch
SnowMann Tuned
IHI VF39 Turbo
TurboSmart 38mm External Wastegate - 15pound spring
Slow Boy EWG-modded Invidia stainless uppipe and dump tube - my third and final uppipe
K&N Typhoon intake w/gold foil heat shielding
K&N Oil filter 1008
Aquamist HFS-5 methanol/water injection w/DDS3 v8
Worx Tuning lightweight crank pulley
Area1320 internal wastegate delete bracket
djerickd TMIC water spray kit
djerickd twin catch can setup
djerickd ported & polished intake manifold
djerickd ported & painted red TGV's
djerickd polished turbo heatshield w/gold foil
djerickd polished aluminum radiator hose
djerickd rolled rear fenders
djerickd 3M urethaned engine mounts
djerickd 3M urethaned transmission mount
djerickd 3M urethaned differential mount
djerickd 3M urethaned pitch stop mount
djerickd black trimmed/cleared headlights w/2 HID's, 60 LED's, and custom glare shields
djerickd carpeted rear trunk panel
djerickd white cold cathode trunk lighting
djerickd modded Subaru all-weather mats
djerickd modded SunPass
djerickd polished/modded OEM BPV
djerickd front bumper plugs
djerickd grounding mod
ebay X02 TMIC modded by djerickd
ebay Turbo Inlet
ebay H-brace
ebay front and rear sway bars
ebay internal AM/FM antenna
JDM 4-pot front brake calipers custom painted dark candy blue by djerickd
JDM STi replica shift trim
JDM STi Front lip (version 2)
JDM STi v7 steering wheel
JDM STi v7 hood scoop
JDM Rear aero mudguards
JDM Spec-C Red Hazard button
JDM front "I" badge - custom painted graphite by djerickd
JDM Kyokugen Lug Nuts
JDM Air freshner yo
Kartboy exhaust hangers
Kartboy shift bushings
Kartboy rear shifter stay bushing (the prototype! I claim this idea, ask Tom!!)
GrimmSpeed ceramic coated crosspipe
M2 3" Turboback Exhaust - my third and final exhaust
Hondata TGV gaskets
Osram All-Weather fog bulbs
Deatschwerks 650cc injectors
Walbro 342 fuel pump
Blitz FATT DC
New Platinum Silver paint
shaved corner lights
shaved trunk emblems
shaved trunk keyhole
shaved rear lower wheel arch mouldings
shaved a-pillar antenna (yes, the 02's had these)
virjose rear ABS window spoiler
ATE Super Blue Brake Fluid
EGR Sideskirts
PPG windshield
Weapon R polished aluminum coolant/washer tank
DriveShaftShop aluminum driveshaft
NGK Copper plugs, 1 step colder
Cusco rear adjustable swaybar
Whiteline rear swaybar mounts
Hairpin Racing aluminum rear pillow-ball endlinks
RACER1269 custom modded OEM short shift lever
WTF Chuck custom aluminum pulley cover (mil-spec)
Momo/Subaru shift knob
Racing hart 18x8.5" +38 CP-F Tune-R rims custom painted graphite
Speed Star D5R 18x9" +32...6th set of rims!
5mm spacers in rear
Solid aluminum fender cowl braces by Freddie32001
Ported & mirror polished Throttle body by WRX03
Ported & polished OEM exhaust manifolds by sleepinRex
APS TMIC splitter
Carbotech Bobcat brake pads
Infinity Basslink II
Vision Hoodstruts
Progress Springs
Fumoto quick-drain oil valve
Castrol GC 0w30
Royal Purple rear end fluid
SuperPro steering rack bushings
Goodridge stainless brakelines
Stainless braided clutch line
ProSport 52mm boost & EGT gauges
Autometer gauge bezel pod
Deka ETX14 11.4lb lightweight battery
PWR aluminum Radiator
04 STi struts
06 STi Rear lower diffuser - djerickd custom mounts
06 WRX TR seats and door panels
Fixed TSB on cold weather fuel leak
Fixed TSB on scary ABS system (new ABS ECU)
Fixed recall on drivers seat bolt
Fixed recall on throttle cable clip
Removed and destroyed Green Brackets of Death
a whole bunch of other stuff,
countless hours that I can't recall in the garage, there's a much more I know I'm forgetting
oh, a lot of blood...
and EACH and EVERY "Free" Impreza mod on www.Scoobymods.com

New stuff added since originally posting:
Megan Street Coilovers
COBB front sway

Soon to be hydrogen injected as well.

Influences: LowRiders, MiniTrucks, Euros, Hot Rods, Exotics, Drifters & VIPs - I'm more of a cruiser..

Story: it's only my 3rd vehicle I've ever owned and I've been modding on it over the last 7 years. It's never done me wrong and never left me hangin (knock on wood). After 7 years and over 90,000 miles, can you believe I'm still on the STOCK clutch and transmission? For years it was my mobile DJ vehicle, I could stuff an entire setup in there: 2 speakers, 2 speaker stands, amp, dual CD players, mixer, lights, cords, CD's...I'd load it down! I've wrecked it twice and each time I had the bodyshop shave somthing OFF the car, first was antenna, then trunk keyhole, then dogleg moudings, then I banged up the front so we shaved those marker lights from front fenders. I think this really gives the car a super smooth look, I've been wanting to do the doorhandles but never got around to it, that's a bit more involved. anywho, after moving from Tallahassee to Tampa 2 years ago, I earned a sponsorship from Aquamist UK, and since then I sorta went nuts on it so to speak.. the subaru scene down here in Tampa was much better, so buying and selling used parts was easy to do with the locals. With anything, I've always tried to stay within budget so all the mods were DIY (except for the paintjob and bodywork, thanks allstate!) and most of the bolt-ons were either used, sponsored, or I got a killer deal.

I don't really like to enter it into carshows...I hate to have to pay to "show" the car but, I did enter TWO shows and got 1st place at one, 2nd at the next (lost to caesar!)

I'll keep developing the story it's gonna take me a while, I've had this thing 7 years!

time for pics:


Here is one from a local Cars and Coffee, it fits right in with the lambos, ferraris, porsches. The old dudes love it when I talk about "methanol injection" (These rims are for sale)


under the hood is always changing, here's the latest rendition:


Glossy paint/fishbowlin/06 TR interior/rear window spoiler detail:


CF mirror/pinstripe detail, yeah the car has pinstripes... but, you can barely tell. I did it to cover a rock chip, looks perfect now!


deep lips on a subie and flush...fenders shaved:


I love how the bugeye tail lights are narrower then the 04-07, so makes it look like a wide body, people have asked me if it had different fenders..I had to point this out to teh n00bs:


rep ur city:


I love my Subaru!

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Old 07-07-2008, 05:13 AM   #3
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Even though I'm new to Suby's i'm no stranger to the tuner market or the performance of STi's in general. I spent 4 years working at 2 of the northwest's premier shops, Fastlane2 and Axiom Motorsports. During this time I was mostly infatuated with RWD and drifting, I owned several 240sx's and one 350z :



It was a great time, and it allowed me to build up good relationships with companies such as JIC. However, I would be envious of some customer and our own shop cars(390whp EVO IX stock turbo pump gas and 400whp 30R STi pump gas) who could put down great HP numbers on our dyno with stock block and be able to transfer it to the ground fully.
I took about a year off from the "scene," driving around a 01 Lexus GS300, but even then I ended up getting JIC coils and a full Titanium exhaust..
Once I moved back to the east coast, I began to look around more seriously again at STi's and evo's. I finally decided an 08 base model would be perfect for me, since i intended on changing the wheels and suspension shortly anyways.
I intend on using the car at Redline Time attacks, hopefully even at summit point and VIR this year. Also I hope to hit the dragstrip too once the temps go down a little bit.

Mods :
JIC FLT-TAR 10kg/8kg Custom
TurboXS downpipe 4"
COBB AP V2
ADVAN RS 18x9 +29 GTR face
Rear fender roll+pull by IAG
RallyArmor UR

Shortly :
JIC full Titanium single exit exhaust
35% tint, redout tails
Cobb Sways F&R

Future :
Rotated GT30R, 44 ewg, 800cc injec
Some Lip








Inspiration :

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Old 07-07-2008, 03:08 PM   #4
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GC time...

Car = 00' RS

Engine =
2002 WRX engine with about 18k(now more) on it
Vf22 turbo
STi injectors
STi shifter
STi radiator cap
Ecutek engine management
Perrin turbo inlet
Perrin intercooler with custom pipes
HKS intake
HKS blow off valve
HKS turbo timer
Walbro fuel pump
Helix up/down pipes with cat
Bosal twin tip cat back exhaust
Kartboy exhaust hangers
Helix oil catch can

Transmission =
Spec stage 3 clutch
Exedy flywheel

Suspension =
WRX front sway bar
Whiteline adjustable (20-24mm) RSB
Solid end links
D2 coilovers
Cusco camber plates for the rear
Front strut bar, which the name eludes me, till I can edit this.
Volk racing TE37 17x7"
Falken FK452 215/45-17

Body =
Version 6 front lip
Ver.6 rear spats
Ver.6 rear spoiler
Ver.6 front grill
Painted factory side skirts
22b hood vents
22b fog light covers
Shaved antenna
Shaved trunk lock
New hood
New fenders
New bumper
New windshield
Blacked out headlights
Battery relocated to trunk
U.K. corner lights
JDM tail lights
Full respray of car with Sikkens paint (autobase plus with 3 coats of autoclear clear) that includes engine bay, trunk bay, all jambs, the whole inside of car, underneath the hood and trunk
Main body wet sanded flat and buffed
All dings at the time were fixed

Interior =
Recaro seat
Sparco 4 point harness
MOMO leather steering wheel
Autopower roll cage with optional door bars and rear diagonal
Recovered headliner and A/B/C pillars
Full interior being put back in (was stripped)

I.C.E. = (and where some are going to hate me)
Full competition system (WIP)
Full competition level sound deadening (180+lbs) mostly Damplifier Pro (Second Skin Audio sponsored) Over kill Pro and Overkill also used, products from RAAMaudio and Cascade engineering used as well
Modified Xbox with 500g external HDD running optical out to...
Alpine c701/h701 controller/processor combo (no head unit)
Sun visor video monitors
Linear Power DPS200 (40x2) running...
Image Dynamics CD-1PRO HLCD (Horn loaded compression drivers)(or my tweeters)
Rockford Fosgate 25 to Life Power 1000 Limited 5ch (2072 of 2500 made) OR SoundStream Reference 705s to run
Pioneer PRS720 6.75" midbass
2x Image Dynamics IDQ15 subs in Infinite Baffle


Back story -

Ok, so I didn't build it, I'll put that out right up front for the haters...

I travailed to NJ from MI, September of last year to get the car an road trip home. This was a GREAT trip, I got to meet all sorts of NJ guys (Thanks aaronnn for helping me out while I was out there) I got to hit up 2 different Subaru meets, both included the Dunkin Rally Team (Dunking Donuts sponsored) I got to take the car to the Extreme Rides car show in Newark NJ, where I pulled "Best Subaru" AND I got to see the ocean...!!!

So far mods have been mostly interior, I've since removed the front half of the Autopower cage for safety reasons...I'm currently working on the competition level sound system, yeah I know guys, I'm "supposed" to be removing weight (adding close to 200lbs of sound deadener), but the car is fast enough and I want a full on show car... I just wish I still had A/C... lol.. I'm slowly re-installing the interior, the car was COMPLETELY stripped (see pics) I'm trying to mix race with sound...

I also got the TE37's from a member here, they were rather thrashed (if I had more than 10 pics, I could show them, not good, but CHEAP) So I had to re-finish the centers, and I added the red lip... Who's seen Time Attack BLUE for crap sake...lol... I also added my Whieline adjustable RSB and solid end links that came over from my old 99' RS...

The car has been to a few shows now and is very well received, even though some don't care for the wheels, most love it...

Hopefully I'll complete the audio and interior here in the next month or so and then I'll be quite close to "done" barring things like a BBK and STi swap..

Enjoy...

How she sat, when I got her...



The road home...



My one mag shot from the Extreme Rides show...



Interior after I got home (and after applying some padding)



Interior with crap-loads of sound deadener...



Newer pics with the TE37's on....







Under da hood...



A little roll out vid... (the crunching at the end is the GF shuffling her feet BTW..lol)


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Old 07-07-2008, 03:44 PM   #5
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It seems like I am never done modding. It is sometimes something small, like a turbo timer, or sometimes something much bigger, like a turbo back exhaust. I bought the car thinking that it would just be a nice, quick daily driver, but I have really taken it in a different direction. It gets driven on the track, and is never let to sit for more than a day. I recently have been thinking that I want to take it further and push the limits of it to the max, but still retain its usability on a day to day basis. Either way, the mod bug has bitten me and won't let go.

Tein S.Tech's
Tint
Momo rims
Riken Raptor ZR Tires
STi wing
SR*S cat-back exhaust
HKS Type 1 Turbo Timer
APS Cold Air Intake
Locking hood pins
Koji'd headlights
Yellow Fogs
Partially De-badged trunk
Kartboy Shortshifter
Kartboy Shifter Bushings
Greddy Type RS BOV
Glowshift A-Pillar Gauge Pod and Gauges
HKS Catless Downpipe
XPT Tune




















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Old 07-07-2008, 06:27 PM   #6
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Vehicle:
2004 PSM WRX
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2004 Subaru Impreza WRX (NOT STi)
The details count is my opinion, which is why I stick to OEM and JDM parts when it comes to the exterior. Car is washed twice a week, waxed every month, clayed 4 times a year, and polished once a year (Autopian). Although Alexia is cared for very well, she's daily driven, and I'm not afraid to go romping thru a mud hole. Used to Auto-X, but time has prevented me to attend any recently. Also a main organizer for our local WRX group and a moderator for WRXTuners.com.

APS Inlet Hose
HKS SSQV BOV
Modified OEM Fuel Injectors 800cc
NGK one step colder spark plugs
Perrin Catback
Perrin Crank Pulley
Perrin Downpipe
Perrin Uppipe
Perrin FMIC w/black couplers
Perrin Oil Catch Can
SPT Intake
TD05-18G
TurboXS Manual Boost Controler
Walbro 255lph Fuel Pump

Kartboy Shifter Bushings
Kartboy Short Shifter

Kartboy Exhaust Hangers
Perrin 22mmRear Sway Bar
Perrin Rear Endlinks
SPT Front Strut Tower Brace
SPT Rear Strut Tower Brace
Tein H-Tech Lowering Springs
Whiteline ALK - standard

Goodridge Stainless Steel & Coated Brakelines
Hawk HPS Brake Pads
RacingBrake Crossdrilled/Slotted Rotors

Autometer Dual Gauge Pod
Momo Shift Knob
SPT Battery Hold Down
SPT Oil Filler Cap

15%metalized tint w/ 10% reflectiveness
Autospeed WRX front plate cover
Clear/Painted headlights
Debadged Trunk (SUBARU)
JDM Rear Apron
OEM Side Strakes
Painted Sideskirts
V-Limited Replica Lip
STi Corner Splitters
STi Hood Scoop
STi Fog Covers with Black lettering

Alpine IDA-X001 w/ Sirius
Apex'i Turbo Timer w/ alarm mod
Defi Link Meter Metric Gauges (boost & EGT)
TurboXS UTEC

STi BBS Rims painted Midnight Black Metallic
Rays Aluminum Lugs (black)
Rays Valve Stems (black)
Bridgestone Pontenza RE-01Rs

319.9whp 269.2wtq on 93 pump gas & 1.5bar tuned by Mike @ TurboXS (dynapack)














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Old 07-07-2008, 07:07 PM   #7
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-Where to start… I purchased the car in August of 2003, right when I got out of the Navy. I put a deposit down in July of 2003 to get the 2nd WRB STi allotted to my local dealer, to be picked up in October. This was after much hustling to my wife as to how it would be a much better family car compared to my prelude, and that I would not modify it since it had everything I could ever want in a car, in stock form LOL Then, lucky for me, they got it in early and I had the money ready. I traded in my beloved 5th gen prelude and have never looked back.
The first day I drove her home was crazy. I had been into cars for awhile, but my 01 prelude was my first modified car. It had basic in’s and outs, coilovers, rims, etc…. but the ‘lude was no comparison. Even stock this car blew me away. Another benefit (or hassle depending on how you look at it) to having this car when it was so new, was the attention. I was getting thumb ups from everyone on the road, people would stop in the middle of an intersection and stare, follow me in a parking lot to come ask me questions, ask me 2310987 questions every time I got gas… it was nuts. Then came the mods I wasn’t supposed to do….
The day I brought her home I installed speakers and a crappy alpine HU (04’s did not come with stereos or speakers). This was about the time I really started getting on NASIOC and IWSTI instead of just lurking. I did the typical new to suby crap , blitz intake and hks ssqv LOL then purchased a set of Tanabe gf210’s. I knew a little bit about cars but not too much then. I couldn’t figure out how to get to the rear top hats for awhile lucky for me MAIC kicked some major ass back then and I got hooked up at one of the many install days at Dunk’s house. I learned a lot from those guys and continued on my own, to the point I was the top student in my Wyotech class and became a suby tech for about a year. Between the MAIC crew, NASIOC (used to be helpful and not so hateful on here), my master tech brother in law (who got me into imports in the first place) I picked up quiet a bit….anyway next up where the other typical mods, downpipe and hks hi power. WOW what a difference. But I found out what boost creep was back then the hard way, and dear god I had it bad LOL I rolled around shootin flames for awhile until I stopped being a douche and found out how lucky I was I didn’t blow my engine… there’s a lot more in between here, but you don’t need my whole life story hahahaha…
I moved to CA not too long after buying the car. I also started to get into some financial hardship ,and got to where I needed to sell the car. I actually put it up for sale several times, and never had one person interested. Luckily I made thru that , reenlisted in the navy and was able to keep the car, along with get back on my feet (I’m in process of buying a home again ) My wife got over my modding to a degree and some what understands my hobby/passion for this .
My goal is to build the ultimate DD that can hold it’s own at the drag strip, auto –X and road course if I ever make it out to a track day. And if I feel like it, stunt with the ballers at a car show. I am coming near complete with the car. All I want to do from here are get some seats, upgrade the turbo finally and maybe repaint it. Plus some other little jdm goodies here and there. Further down the line, I’ll get a built block and prob have to rebuild the tranny as the 04’s have ****ty synchros in 4-6, and I get a grind every so often no matter what I do…
Well there’s a short version of my car’s story. There’s a lot more, but you get the idea. I know my chances aren’t that great but I’d rather enter this time, instead of wonder how I would have done. Good luck to everyone who enters!

Engine:
K&N typhoon intake
Fmic (ssac)
Ngk one step colder plugs
Cobb AP v2 protuned by Harman motive
Prodrive boost solenoid
Ported vf39 turbo
Helix catless DP
Helix mechanical CEL fix
Greddy sp2 catback
Zero/sports radiator shroud
Carbing catch can
Ixiz S3 pitch stop
Suspension:
Tien flex coilovers
Tein strut bar
Ebay rear strut bar
Brakes:
Stoptech slotted rotors
Hawk Hps pads
Goodridge ss brake lines
Motul fluid
Drivetrain:
Kartboy short shift
Turn in concepts full shifter bushing kit
Exterior:
Wingless
Wrx hood scoop
Cusco front lip
JDM rear spats
Wrx side skirts with rear strakes
2006 STI rear underbody diffuser
Tein hood dampers
Pillarless grill
Debadge (Subaru off trunk, fog covers, and grill)
Sti forester 2.5 badge on trunk
Carbon fiber sti badge in place of sti emblem
Japanese alarm warning window decal
Blacked out and cleared headlights
DIY ram air in fog light cover
“JDM style” tail light mod
JDM tyt3 angled license plate bracket
Wheels/Tires:
Black mcgaurd lug nuts
1omm eibach spacer f/ 5mm ichiba spacer r
Eibach extended wheel studs (front)
Work 17x9 cr kai [gunmetal] (+34f/+39 r) - 255/40/17 falken RT 615
Prodrive PFF7 18x8 [bright flitter] (+41f/+46r) – 225/40/18 general exclaim
Interior:
Custom mounted defi control unit
Defi bf amber imperial boost gauge
Defi bf amber imperial oil pressure gauge
‘Autometer’ dual 52mm gauge cluster pod custom fit for 60mm
Zero/Sports shift boot
Jdm ra-r sti duracon shift knob
Kenwood kvt 815 in dash DVD
Alpine type s door speakers
Jl 12 w1v2
Lighting audio 1ooo watt amp
Ixiz dead pedal
Custom aux input
All red interior light mod
Sti painted red in the shifter trim
All weather mats
All black trim
Razo anti-HID rearview mirror







crap i'm right under frayz LOL

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Old 07-07-2008, 07:31 PM   #8
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My Clean and Mean GC

I haven't yet come up with a name for her, so I just call her sweetie.

I am not but a humble 17 year old lad in a rural town in Pennsylvania. I found my baby going up for auction at Mason Dixon Auto Auction where I work driving cars through the block every tuesday night. It was love at first sight. Given that I am an employee there, I have much more freedoms then the standard mob. I took hours going over her and found her to be a gem. Now that's she's mine, she's my daily driver and I can honestly say I look for excuses to drive her.
The person who owned her before put Whiteline Strut tower mounts, and exhaust that needed replaced badly, a CAI, and some wheel/tires off of a legacy wagon I believe. I'm still in my Highschool days so funds are a little low, but I was able to get her in top condition with what I had. New tires, exhaust, new battery, new coilpack, new plug/wires, an oil change, and a set of hella 500's got her to where she stands today.
Along with that I have done my best with the rims with a new spray job. Since paint is cheap, I went with some other little accent pieces to really set it off. I sprayed the Headlight trim semi-gloss black and the same with the vents under the turn signals.
I love driving this car as I've stated before. I take her on the back roads and run her fairly spiritedly trying to get a better feel for her, I'll take her in the dirt, and recently, when I went to get my exhaust (07 wrx catback) from wrxSIN in frederick, I became hooked on auto-x and can't wait to get into it. Eventually I would like to take her out on a real track and see how she does.

My overall direction for this car was to keep it clean. In the future there will be coilovers and swaybars, some borla uel headers, and some rota tarmac 2's. Eventually I will be swapping in a STI engine as well as a 6-speed tranny.

Anyways, here's some pics.













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this is my 2006 wrx TR. i've owned this car for a year and its come a long way since i bought it. I purchased the car bonestock and put all the modifications on myself and with my own money (dont want any parent comments)

here is the current mod list:

EXTERIOR:
  • Seibon CWII Carbon Fiber Hood
  • Seibon Carbon Fiber roof overlay
  • Seibon Carbon Fiber Trunk
  • Carbon Fiber Grill
  • Carbon Fiber Eyelids
  • Black housing headlights with 6000k HIDs
  • CS-style front lip
  • OEM foglight housings (soon to be routed as brake ducts)
  • Ings sideskirts (being painted now)
  • 05 WRX taillights
  • WRX Limited mirrors
  • Grimmspeed hood struts
ENGINE:

  • COBB tuning Accessport V2
  • COBB tuning short ram intake
  • COBB tuning heatshield
  • TurboXS Hyperflow topmount intercooler
  • Catted 3" bellmouth downpipe
  • Bosal 3" twin tip turboback
  • STi VF39 (not installed yet)
  • Ported OEM headers with Grimmspeed big bore crossover pipe (not installed yet)
SUSPENSION:
  • Tanabe DF210 springs
  • Tokico Dspec adjustable shocks
  • Front and rear sway bars
  • C-pillar bar
  • Whiteline Camber bolts
  • Perrin Subframe lockdown kit
  • Perrin Anti-Lift kit
INTERIOR:
  • Generic Black leather racing seats
  • Black Suede headliner
  • Black suede door cards
  • Prosport EGT, Boost, and Volt gauges in A-pillar
  • JVC headunit
  • Rockford front and rear speakers
  • Kicker 10" solo baric subwoofer
  • Kicker 500 watt 4 channel amp
  • Greddy shift knob
  • Black Radio and shifter trim
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Ok, I’ll have at it.

History:
I began my car fascination at an early age. And when I was 16 I was old enough to purchase my first car. It was a 92 eclipse GST. I did my research and began my modding. The car was great, fast in the straights sloppy in the corners, and the most unreliable piece of junk I had ever driven.

But it spurred my interest, I took all of the bad things that happened with the car in stride and began to fix them on my own account. As well, I didn’t have the money to take it anywheres and the rents certainly weren’t going to help with my newly found piece of ****. The car was great, I had it for around 6 months and then it had catastrophic engine failure and I pawned it off on some other kid.

I had had enough interest in cars to the effect that I would try my hand at another approach. I wanted a car that I could rely on, a car that was functional and one that would be fun to mod and just drive. I decided on a Volkswagen. Why I don’t know, I didn’t want to deal with the turbo drama any longer and wanted to try my hand at the N/A game. I decided on a ’03 Mark IV GTI, it was well luxurious compare to the old mitsu. It had leather seats, climate control, the works. It was just an awesome automobile aside from the squeaks, and other German wiring misengineering. I modded this car with a few details, KW v3 which I basically stole for the cost I got them at. Neuspeed sways and a few other things that sparked my interest in autocrossing. This car became my autocross car, although heavy and basically stock motor wise aside from a GHL exhaust and a Neuspeed intake, it was fun. It wasn’t as quick as my competition but it wasn’t a dog either.

Unfortunately for me, I decided to take my track antics on the road, and it ended up rolling the car three and half times. Ok lesson learned! My fault, a one-car accident on a deserted highway on ramp. Luckily no one was hurt other then my pride. Thus providing me with my search. I began my search with a few prospects, S13s, e30s, b13 sentras pretty much anything that sparked my interest over the past car modding years and had seen do well on the track.

The Car:
That is until one day I spotted my dream car, the car I had wanted since the day I began this car fascination. Why I had never looked for one was beyond my comprehension. But I remember to this day the “Motor Week” that swayed my decision and sparked my interest. I had just turned 18 and was high on an insurance check from my previous accident. In fact I had actually made money on the car. There it was a ’01 BRP 2.5RS. It was love at first site. The big fogs, hood scoop and a trunk were all things that I had never had before. I went in signed the papers and was driving it the next day. No test-drive no nothing. It was a car I had to have. This was ’05 and my first year at college. Mods were very slow as I spent most of my time at school and didn’t work much other then to pay for alcohol. I became very interested in Rallycross. Attended a few events although never actually entered. Installed some STI flaps, and a set of PIAA 40 lights as well as Hella 500s. Although the car looked mean. It wasn’t what I necessarily wanted for the car. As well I had previously fallen in love with the racetrack. I quickly began to disassemble all aspects of the car. Put the side skirts back on, removed the flaps and the fogs were removed in place of a set of fog covers.

The car was slowly moving forward; I attempted my first auto-x and entered as a stock car. The car was a blast, virtually no under steer; the rear end just seemed to slide around corners. It was a blast and continued to reaffirm my love for the car. Upon that trip, I began ordering my suspension components. They began with AGX struts with H&R springs, and Group N top hats. The setup was amazing, stiff, low and well comfortable when the struts were dialed in correctly. I also opted to go with white line sways as well as whiteline strut bars and HD whiteline sway bar mounts. This changed the complete charteristics of the car; in fact it was well like driving a large go-kart.

With the suspension taken care of, I began to move toward the braking aspects. I picked up a set of 4 pots for the front and chose to run DBA 4000 rotors. I also went with Goodridge Stainless steel lines. The car was great for a while but on the track it tended to lift a bit in the rear. This made the car extremely difficult to brake late in the corner and come out quick, so I opted to pick up a set of rear 2 pots. I fitted them with the same DBA rotors and Kartboy brackets to keep everything buttoned up. They also received the stainless lines. But back up front the car also received the JDM fender liners with Brake ducts. Although results were negligible the fact of having them was great.

Moving on, now that most of the important aspects were taken care of, I slowly began to mod the exterior. It began with a simple V6 setup including the front lip, rear spats and a JDM bumper to bring everything together. But this became old as well everyone one and their mother had this setup. I switched to a Seibon C-West lip and had everything else painted. It looked awesome. In fact it was something that I hadn’t seen recently and wasn’t on everyone else’s GC. The car stood out. But there was something else missing. Wheels. What was different and wasn’t played out. I was lucky. I scored a very rare set, in fact I haven’t seen another set stateside yet. Prova Technocast 16x7.5 with a +48 offset. Were the wheels of choice. But would the clear the brakes. Just barley!

Ok so I went over most of the cars history except for the motor aspect. Which has been well a cluster**** these past couple of months. The original 2.5 motor was boosted with a homebrew turbo kit. Supporting a T3-T4 as well as custom up and down pipes that managed to work the N/A exhaust manifold. They only thing that was removed was the cruise control. It was run with a PP6 and supported only mild boost of 5-6psi. It was great boost in power but I was tired of constantly babying the car, afraid that something was going to break. The turbo kit was removed and less then 8,000 miles later the motor spun a bearing. Out with the old and in with the new, I installed another ’01 motor along with a new Exedy stage 2 clutch. It was great in fact it was better then great. The car was peppier and it was something I wasn’t necessarily used to have a good motor under my foot again. Recently the HG went so I replaced them along with ported the heads, IM and TB. I also installed a set of cams, which have greatly improved top end performance.

As for the interior, it was well also not overlooked; in fact JDM ver. 3-4 seats were installed front and rear along with a v7 JDM momo wheel and Knob. The factory stereo was also ditched in favor of a Panasonic head unit, Focal Components up front, and Infinity components in the rear. As for the bump, the trunk supports a 12inch JL W3-v3. All powered by two JL amps.

Ok so I think that pretty much takes care of my story. I know I have forgotten lots but I think this pretty much covers most of it.

Now at the age of 20, my next step is a swap!! Maybe by the end of the year for my 21st birthday…..

The modlist…

Exterior:
Chargespeed V2 Lip
Prodrive P1 Fogs
OEM V6 Grill
OEM V6 pink I-badge
JDM V6 Alluminum Hood
OEM Clear corner lights
Painted Sideskirts BRP
3M Tinted Windows 35% all the way around
OEM V4 JDM rear bumper painted to match BRP
OEM V6 spats, painted to match BRP
OEM V6 JDM tails
6000k HID's
OEM '07 STI rear diffuser.
Tein Hood dampers.

Interior:
OEM V7 MOMO wheel
OEM V7 matching shift knob
OEM V4 STI seats front & Rear
Real Suede Headliner
Autometer Double A-piller gauge pod
Autometer Oil Pressure gauge
Autometer Oil temperature gauge
TWM short shifter
Redline Goods shift boot and armrest cover
Scangauge

Stereo:
Panasonic Flip out headunit
Panasonic IPOD hookup in the glove box.
All JL wiring for the amps and the speakers
JL 300 watt amp for front speakers
JL 500 watt amp for rear sub Focal front components, custom mounted in the doors
Infinity Pro Kappa 6.1 in the rear deck not amped
Custom Vented box for a 12'' W3V3 in the trunk
Alpine Center channel in the center of the dash. 5.1 surround sound.
Playstation 2 under the passenger seat.

Suspension:
Group N top Hats
KYB AGX's
H&R springs
Whiteline Sway bars F R
Whiteline heavy duty endlinks F R
Whiteline strut bars F R
Cusco Shifter bushings.
Whiteline Steering rack bushings
Kartboy Rear differential Bushings
Whiteline Anti-lift Kit(Comfort)
Cusco Rear sway bar bracket

Braking:
OEM Subaru '07 WRX 4 pots
Hawk Pads on the Front
DBA 4000 Rotors
OEM Subaru rear 2pots.
Kartboy brackets for the rear
Goodridge Stainless Lines

Engine
P&P IM, Heads and TB
Delta Cams 2000 grind
PP6
Gravelsport Intake
Borla Replica Headers
Custom Track Pipe
Custom 2.5'' mid pipe
Stromung dual tip axle back

Wheels/ Tires

Prova Technocast
Potenza Re-960’s












Up to date picture need to come

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The details of my life are quite inconsequential... very well, where do I begin? My father was a relentlessly self-improving boulangerie owner from Belgium with low grade narcolepsy and a penchant for buggery. My mother was a fifteen year old French prostitute named Chloe with webbed feet.........


oh sorry wrong life story.

Welp, Bought the car in December of 2001 with the intention of beating the crap out of it. I needed an awd car and after having a DSM I realized that a Subaru was gonna have to be the one.

I started off with the basic mods that everyone did at the time... ya know. Sweet short shifter, some lowing springs...Pipercross intake (old schoolers remember those)

After a few years the car continued to grow and change kinda like a baby.

Now she's all grown up and has adult teeth.
I never intended the car to be a show car. Nor to be a track bitch. I just wanted my car to reflect what Im about and what my company can do. It has not seen the track in 2 years, and has not been on a road course yet. This is the year where I will find out how she really does.

I bore you no more with my babling. Enjoy the pictures.

2001 Subaru Impreza 2.5RS

Engine.
2004 WRX swap
Deatbolt 18g 8cm
Area1320 EWG
Tial 38mm ewg
Gimmick inlet
Agency Power fuel rails
Area1320 TGV deletes
Area1320 modded injectors "830cc"
UTEC
Walbro 255lph pump
HKS up pipe
HKS downpipe
Greddy SP2 catback
Turboxs intake
Perrin intake hose
Samco rad hoses
Emotor FMIC
Greddy oil cap
Greddy Rad cap
Primitive Rad shroud
UR crank pulley
AEM alt pulley
Greddy TypeRS bov
Hardrace motormounts

Trans
PPG 1-2 straight 3-4 helical
ACT clutch
Exedy flywheel
Hardrace trans mount
Area1320 Shortthrow
Energy shifter bushings

Suspension
BC Racing coilovers
Cusco front strut bar
WRX front sway
Tri Tuning rear strut bar
Cusco v-brace
Cusco diff brace
Whiteline rear sway bar

Inside
Chargespeed seat
Sparco harness
Autopower rollbar
NRG quick release
Prodrive hub
Sparco wheel
Sparco pedals
STi carpet
TXS knock lite
"JDM" road flare

outside
VIS piece of **** carbon hood
Sparco pins
Greddy front lip
Painted skirts
"JDM" rear spats
v.6 grille

wheels/brakes
Volk Gramlights 17x7.5
Nitto Neogen 215/45r17
Subaru 4 pots front brakes
EBC redstuff front pads
EBC redstuff rear pads


audio/video
Kenwood DDX7015 touch screen
Kenwood front and rear components
Kenwood front and rear amps
Jl 8w1 sub (for sick bass)







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OK, ill give it another shot.

This is my 2006 WRX

Story:
I bought this car in August of 2007, previously owned a 2005 wrx A/T. I stared this car only wanting to go stage 2 and not do anything else (like everybody does ) And now it has revolved into this. I am 19 and basically put all my money into this car, as well as a couple other things. I at first wanted to make this car a fast street car/drag car. I decided that its not a honda, so its not worth it. I started going out to the local track (miller motorsports park) and decided that it looks super fun, so i started building my street car into a track car and occasional street car. So now i have a daily driver which is a 2008 sti and i love it the thing . Thats about all i have to say about this car, there really isnt anything else to say besides that its one of my cars and i love it.

Mod list

ENGINE:
Blouch Dominator 3 turbo (GT3076)
Deatsch Werks 750cc injectors
Tumbler Deletes
APS turbo inlet hose
K&N typhoon intake
APS DR525 FMIC
SetRab Oil cooler
Cusco oil catch can
Koyo Aluminum Radiator
TurboXS uppipe
TurboXS TBE
Injen Crossover pipe
Cobb AP V2
Cobb lightweight

SUSPENSION/ CHASSIS/ BRACING
Tein monoflex coilovers
Tein rear camber plates
SPC front and rear camber bolts
whiteline steering rack bushings
kartboy rear diff bushigns
TIC outrigger bushings
kartboy front and rear shifter bushings
whiteline 24mm front adjustable sway bar
whiteline 24mm rear adjustable sway bar
cusco rear lower arm bar with sti diffuser
cusco 14pt subframe replacement brace
front and rear strut bars
beatrush propellor shaft mounts
autopower 6point bolt in roll cage
gt spec fender cowel braces

BRAKING
Stoptech 332mm front big brake kit
stoptech 2 piece front slotted rotors
stoptech front stainless steel brake lines
Axxis ultimate front brake pads
hawk hps rear brake bads
technafit rear stainless steel brake lines
DBA rear slotted rotors
ATE super blue racing brake fluid
ARP extended front wheel studs
5zeigen pro-racer extended open end lugs

WHEELS AND TIRES
Street wheels
17x9 +44 Work Emotion CR Kais. custom drilled for 5x100 in bronze
Falken Azenis rt615 255-40-17

Race wheels
Gramlight 57optimise 17x8.5 +43
Hoosier R6 245-40-17

Winter wheels
Adr Sukudo 18x7.5 +52
IceBear 225-40-18

INTERIOR
SparcoPro 200 race seat
Spaco 4point harness
Defi gauges (boost, egt, oil pressure)
Autopower 6 point roll cage
Cusco white ball shift knob
Defi link2 system
Prodrive steering wheel
pioneer avic n3 cd player with ipod control

EXTERIOR/ STYLING/ AERO
Cleverley tuned front splitter
APR splitter turn buckles
APR gtc200 spoiler
chargespeed carbon fiber trunk
Tein Hood dampeners
ARC pulley cover
Nukabe cusco front and rear tow hooks
02 wrx sideskirts painted white
Varis carbon fiber exhaust shield

TRANS/ CLUTCH
ACT streetlite clutch
ACT streetlite flywheel
2nd stock 5spd (going good)
hope to get ppg's or Kaaz gears soon.

PICTURES







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I know my wifes car is too far out of the mainstream but here we go.
2005 Legacy GT Limited.

We purchased this car for the family and for autocrossing. After a year of autocrossing one of our friends convinced us to compete in a car show which my wife trophied. From then it was over. The car now changes on a regular basis.

Exterior:
-Custom build front bumper with wider mouth for FMIC, Exhaust exit, and Hella Black Magic lights.
-DIY Grill
-Hella Black Magic Lights
-clear, painted headlights
-tinted tail lights
-Robson Tuning carbon fiber mirror covers
-STi wing formed to fit the Legacy trunk lid
-tinted windows
-JDM spats
-Robson Tuning carbon fiber front and rear emblems
-Houston of Kolors Kandy Pink over PPG Orchid paint job

Interior:
-Sti front seats
-black leather upholstery
-swapped to black carpet
-colormatched door cards and interior
-black headliner
-Momo Shiftknob

Handling:
-SSR D5R 19x8.5 powder coated Jollypop Green with Avon M500 tires for street and show
-MB Weapon 17x8 Kandy Pink with Kumho MX tires for autocross
-S-tech springs
-Cusco front and rear swaybars powdercoated bubblegum pink
-AVO front and rear adjustable endlinks

Performance:
-Robson Tuning front exit race exhaust
-Stromung modifed down-pipe
-Cobb Tuning power pulley powder coated bubblegum pink
-Robson Tuning FMIC using a Vibrant core
-SPT Intake Kandy Pink
-AccessPORT 2.0 protuned by Nathan 286AWHP/325TQ
-STi STS assemble
-Invidia up-pipe
-Cobb Head Shield-Kandy Pink Tint
-SPT battery strap and Oil cap both Kandy Pink tint
-Battery relocated to trunk

Audio:
-Infinity amp and Sub in trunk

Sponsors:
-Gillman Subaru Southwest
-Formers by Eddie
-Underground Graphics
-Joe's Bikes and Boards


Future plans:
-Ksport front and rear BBK
-Takata Harnesses
-Tein coilovers
-rotated turbo
-STi intake manifold or Magnus
-more audio









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Where to begin....

Since a young age, I've always had a passion for cars. Loved everything about them, but the current DD has been my first real money pit! It all started January of 2006 when I took delivery of her. I knew I had several things to address. I was unhappy with the power, the handling, the comfort, and many other things. I almost started to wonder why I had even chosen to finance this car.

Things very very soon became clear. I wanted a fun car that I could drive everyday to school, work, grocery shopping and whatever the case may be. I also wanted a car that would haul ass at a roadcourse event and a drag strip as well. Over the last 2+ years, there have been many changes and progressions to what my car has become. Before I even took delivery, I had already ordered prodrive springs from Z1 and found a set of 04 BBS takeoffs. Little did I know, my mods wouldnt even come close to stopping there...Dissatisfied with many aspects of the car's characteristics, I have been through several swaybar setups, coilover setups, rim and tire setups, brake setups, etc. It is truly a never ending passion that I can try my hardest to stop...knowing full well I can't.


On to the mod list!

Engine/Power

VF39 Turbo Upgrade
Helix TMIC
Walbro 255lph Fuel Pump
K&N Typhoon Short Ram Intake
Invidia V2 Catless DP
Cobb Catback
Enginuity Road tune by Turbo Mike and a hint of magic
Very basic power upgrades, but it makes for a fun DD.

Suspension/Braking
BC Racing Coilovers
Perrin Front Swaybar with Perrin Endlinks
Cobb Rear Swaybar with Perrin Endlinks
Paranoid Fab fender braces (in my bedroom somewhere)
Sti rear strut brace
Performance Alignment
Stoptech 328x28mm front BBK with 2 piece slotted rotors
Hawk HPS pads on all 4 corners
Technafit steel braided and coated SS Lines
Motul RBF600 brake Fluid

Wheels/Tires

17x8.5 +44 Volk Racing CE28n's with Dunlop SP Sport Maxx Tires
Short Black Rays Lugs

Exterior
Proudly Rockin SQC tags
Best personalized license plate ever reads: MY2NDGF
Wingless trunk
STi front grill badge
05 sti rear bumper swap
35% tint
4300K Hid's
05 Tails with Rockblocker Overlays from Underground Tint
SPT Oil Cap
Cobb Radiator shroud
Been through a few Vlim's
RA Mudflaps Black/Red
Rally Armor Aluminum Front Skidplate


Interior

WRX limited leather door cards
STi center console
JDM Red hazard button
CF Pattern Headliner and Pillars
Black 05 Rear Seats
Sparco Torino 2's Black/Black
Kenwood DDX7017 Double Din Dvd player with ipod aux
Prodrive Shift knob
Subaru All weather Mats
Alcantara wrapped armrest cover (thanks vince)


I'll try to find better more recent pics or just take some soon! I'll also be updating the modlist as I go





Some snow fun


E-Town Raceway Park Trackday


Newer Interior Pic coming soon!!








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Old 07-10-2008, 09:24 PM   #15
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(sorry man i had to not trying to hate on ya)

vtecTHIS ftw btw
If you're gonna rip on me, you should at least give me your vote
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Old 07-10-2008, 10:22 PM   #18
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Ok, My car isnt complete at all. I still have a motor swap to ej207 and a 20g planned.
History:
I purchased my 02 wrx new on october 01 at a local dealer after my 3000gt's motor blew. It was a great car out of the box. I used it for drag racing and ran a best of 13.8 with tbe and coilovers, with a 1.7 60ft.
Then in 2003 I deployed to Iraq and put the suby in the garage til summer of 2004. I had been ordering parts online every chance I found a computer, when I got back I had ALOT of parts to install.
Not long after this I blew my first trans, the dealer I was at in Montana would not warranty it so I purchased a Kaaz gear set with the install kit for that dealer to install. I got a call a few days later from them saying that gearset broke... So when I got there they showed me and I knew by the way 3rd gear broke that they didnt used the proper shift slidder that was provided with the kit. Long story short I paid for a new 5mt and never got my Kazz gears back from the dealer., Then in 2005 I went to Iraq again and upon my return I did my reversed manifold and 06 sti hub swap and updated my suspension. This is pretty much the state my car is in now. Car was weighed in at 3046 with a full tank, hopefully below 3000 soon

Modds,
engine: stock turbo


Gruppe-s header stock right now, looking for one that clears my oil pan
exhaust depot uppipe
APS 3.5 dr tbe
Samco turbo inlet
Samco radiator hoses
Injen cai cut to short ram, with HKS filter
Blitz fmic with custom upper piping
ARC oil pan
Tomei upper and lower engine baffel
Beatrush crank pulley
Perrin fuel rails (for now)
Greddy coolant tank modded
Cusco oil can modd to be overflow
Braille 15 lb batt
Coolant bypass mod
Grimmspeed 8mm manifold spacers
Cusco exhaust hangers
Turbosmart manual b/c
AVO radiator
Zero/Sports 1.3 and 1.1 caps

Suspension:
JIC FLT-A2 coilovers with 10k springs
Cusco lat links
Cusco trailing arms
Cusco Ti front stb
Cusco carbon rear stb
Cusco front sway
Cobb rear sway with hard mounts
Whiteline alk
Whiteline front and rear endlinks
06 STI front control arms
Whiteline rear outrigger bushings
Whiteline subframe lockout bolts
Whiteline steering rack bushings
Whiteline rear camber bolts
Removed front subframe
JDM spec C p/s cooler and resivoir

Braking:
06 STI brakes all around
Hawk HPS pads
Stoptech lines
ATE super blue fluid

Trans:
Ver 6 sti ra 5mt treated
Cusco RS front 1.5 lsd
ACT street clutch and flywheel
STI gruppe N trans mount
DSS 3 in aluminum d/s
06 STI r180 rear with oem lsd
04 STI front axles
6gunn speedo adapter rings
Short shifter
STI Ti shift knob

Interior:
Blacked out mod
Sparco 210 steering wheel
STI shifter trim
Defi 60 mm gauges, boost, egt, oil pressure
Defi hood
Defi type 2 controller
Biltz tt

Exterior:
JDM projectors
Fog covers
6.8k HID kit
JDM STI scoop
Beatrush undertray
JDM bumper beam
rolled and pulled rear fenders
18x9.5 enkei nt03 +m
255-35 18 yoko S-drives


I know Im missing something, these pics are from when a friend was here taking pics for me, adrenalin rush












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Alright.....I'll bite. Here's my little project. It's not pretty, it barely puts down 100awhp, it didn't cost much, etc. etc. etc.

BUT, it is the only one like it in the world. There are a handful of guys who've done something similar, but not exactly like it (mostly because it's a wagon). AND, I've done all the work myself.

so, here goes:

It's a '92 Subaru Loyale Wagon. My dad bought it in Florida more than 10 years ago, and it was his faithful daily driver for about 4. until I got my license. at which point, I essentially inherited it. What better first car than the 3AT (kinda like a 4EAT but without the 4th, and without the 'E'), FWD, and a SPFI 1.8l EA82 putting down a whopping 91 bhp.

So, time for a little upgrade. almost exactly 2 years, and 35k miles ago, I started transforming it. swapping in an EJ22e from a '92 Legacy, and a Dual-Range Full-Time 4WD trans and mechanical rear LSD from a Subaru RX.

Out with the old:


In with the new:


spent some time with Photoshop.....and this is about what I'm shooting for:



A year after the engine swap, with most of the RX body kit:


Now, it needed another upgrade. real suspension and brakes......5-lug


hmmmm:



That's what I'm talking about




Ice racing last winter:


AutoX about a month ago. This event was hosted by a corvette club......I got laughed at at the front gate, and proceeded to put down faster times than many of the vettes!


videos:
playing in the snow: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwYVWnbN310
a little engine noise: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wsE_TIGhRLg
Full AutoX run: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxnaW9Ljn2E


Full Mod List
'92 Legacy parts:
EJ22e
front steering knuckles/axles/hubs/struts
ebrake handle/cables

'85 GL parts:
rear crossmember
front bumper/grill
shift linkage
pedal box
driveshaft

'86 XT Turbo steering rack (quicker ratio)
'86 XT Turbo Rear Trailing arms (sway bar mounts!)
'87 GL Wagon Manual Seatbelts and trim
'88 RX coupe body kit
'88 GL 3-point front interior door handles
'89 RX FT4WD D/R 5MT trans and mechanical rear LSD
'89 XT6 20mm front and rear Sway Bars
'89 XT6 front seats
'89 XT6 front control arms/rear hubs/rotors/backing plates
'02 2.5RS 2-piston front brakes



non-subaru parts
'88 Nissan 200SX rear calipers
'90 Mazda Miata rear shocks


aftermarket parts:
Borla knockoff headers
Optima Red-top battery
Hella Optilux 2020 combination Fog/Driving lights 55w fog bulbs and 100w driving bulbs
Yakima Roof rack
17x8" Gold Rota Torques with 215/45r17 Kumho Ecstas for summer
16" stock WRX Split-fives with 205/55r16 GoodYear UltraGrips for winter


many more pictures, and a more in-depth description here:
http://www.rs25.com/forums/showthread.php?t=68487
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PPG Straight cut whine video.
http://videos.streetfire.net/video/S...PPG_168640.htm

Walk around of car and idle.
http://videos.streetfire.net/video/M...WRX_169474.htm










The Current Quick Mod list:

Last dyno:
349.8hp and 311tq
(sorry guys dyno plot is on my portable HD and already shipped back to FLA)

Engine:
Blouch TD05-20g
TXS UP/DP for EWG'd
Tial 44mm
NGK Step Colder Plugs
Walbro 255
830cc injectors
TXS FMIC
TXS Catless Stealthback
WBR Axleback
Gimmick MS inlet
TXS Intake
Gruppe-S Ceramic Coated header
Mishimoto Radiator
Crucial Thermo, Caps
TXS rad hoses
Chimera ported TGVs, Intake Mani, and TB
Grimmspeed 8mm Phelonic Spacer
TXS Cooling Plate
Group-N Pitch & Engine mounts


Tranny:
Group N tranny cross mount
PPG 1-4 Straight cut gears (thanks Andrewtech)
ACT Street Clutch
ACT Streelite Fly
Technafit Clutch line
Kartboy shifter, Knob, all bushings
Whiteline Diff Lockouts

Brakes:
Drilled/Slotted Rotors
EBC Reds all around
Technafit SS lines
ATE Super Blue fluid

Electronics:
AEM UEGO Wideband O2 & Prosport "Digital" Boost gauge mounted in the gauge bezel.
Oil pressure, EGT, Oil Temp mounted in clock pod.
TXS UTEC w/ map switch
Alpine Head Unit

Exterior:
SPT 3 piece front lip kit
SPT 3 piece rear lip kit
Painted Side Skirts with Strakes (strakes not pictured)
Rally Armor Urethane or UR series Flaps
07 trunk keyhole/emblem debadged and shaved with a limited spoiler added.
Koji'd headlights
Prodrive P7s w/ Kumho Ecsta MX 225-45-17
Motegi Blue Lugs


Full time-line of my bugeye with pictures. Not to bad for my DD.
http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1541858

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It all started back in February of 2003, my senior year of high school. At the time I was driving a Chevy S-10. It was a great truck but I really wanted something that was cool and something I could do things to. On my way to work one day I spotted a white 2 door car sitting near the entrance of the local dealer. It was love at first sight! I really had no idea what it was other then it was a Subaru, had AWD (which was a must because of where I live) and that it looked really, really cool! Later that night I told my parents about it and I told them it would be a good way to start to build my credit and become a responsible adult. (Yeah, Ok) Anyhow, a few days later the car was mine. I really had no big plans for it at first. It was an automatic, and at the time I didnít know how to drive a stick so going fast wasnít a big thing to me. I just wanted a cool looking car with a big stereo like every other high school kid wants, right? The first thing to go on the car was some 18Ē Arospeed rims and Eibach lowering springs. Next were an AEM intake and an eBay special muffler. Man did I think I was big time!

I drove the car like that for about a year or so enjoying every minute of it. Then one day, while surfing the internet, I came across a forum that would change my life. Yep, thatís right once I hopped on NASIOC my eyes were opened to what people were doing to their Subaruís and thatís when I decided to go hog wild with my car. My vision for the car was to make it a good all around car that did everything good, not great in some areas and less in others, just good all around. I started out with the exterior of the car putting on the Carbon Fiber Hood, clear corners, side markers and JDM taillights. Next came the Carbon lip, color matched the side skirts to the car as well as the JDM rear spats. Later on the Carbon trunk was added to help compliment the hood as well as the JDM badging front and rear. The idea of a body kit crossed my mind a few times but I love the looks of the car stock and only wanted to lightly enhance it. Next came time for the interior. I wanted to give the car a JDM/ high performance feel to it. I went with a Momo steering wheel as well as Momo shift knob and Momo e-brake handle. As for the seats I kind of happened to be at the right place at the right time. I was at a local shop placing my order for a set of Sparcoís when the owner came in and noticed what I was buying, he told me he had just purchased an RS off eBay and that it came with some STI seats that he didnít want. I said ok lets have a look; low and behold they were a complete set of Version 3/4 JDM STI seats. Iím not sure he knew what he had and so I bought them right on the spot. Other little do dadís inside include a pair of Autometer gauges, STI pedals, STI floor mats and sitting up where the little storage thingy on the dash used to be is where a Greddy Turbo Timer and Greddy Profec-2 Boost controller sit flush in a custom housing. Later on I had a custom 6-point roll cage built to finish off the high performance feel for the car along with some Sparco 4-point harnesses to keep me securely fastened.

Now onto the under hood additions. I really didnít want to build a super car with 500hp or anything that would be really finicky or unreliable. I just wanted a bit more power then what I had and wanted it to look good at the same time. I entrusted all the work to Idahoís F2uning. The first thing that had to go was the automatic transmission. A 5-speed swap with ACT clutch made its way in. Next was the turbo kit. Instead of having a custom made kit I picked up Forced Air Technologies Stage 3 turbo kit which consisted of a TMIC, Garrett GT30R turbo, and everything else needed to make the car turbo minus a cat back exhaust. Basically however when I got the kit the guys at F2uning decided that a FMIC would look a lot better and work a lot better so they fabed up a custom Spearco core with custom end tanks and all custom made piping. Truly a one off design. One of my most favorite pieces on the car is the Direct-Port nitrous system. I will say that I have not used it yet but as far as a show piece it really looks amazing!

Now came time for the suspension and handling of the car, the most important part of a car in my mind. For suspension I choose to go with Teinís Flex coilovers with EDFC, I know that it was a bit much in the sense that I really donít race the car or push it hard but its there when I need it. For wheels I went with 18 inch Work Emotionís in bronze, I canít say more about how I love the looks of that wheel. With all the power and suspension that I had added to the car I knew I couldnít settle with stock brakes. I hooked the car up with Rotoraís big brake kit on all four wheels. Stopping is not really a problem now.

As you can probably tell already but the car is basically a show/street car, more show then street but I do go for a cruise every now and then when I need a shot of boost in my blood. Many people give me crap about how I never drive my car and that a car was meant to be driven. I totally understand where there coming from but I have a little different take on it. I built the car to show, a show car has to be in perfect condition, the more you drive a car the more wear and tear you will put on the it and more times then not you will not win at shows if your car looks less then perfect. Itís a decision I choose to make and I am happy with the results. I would also like to thank every member of Nasioc for being an inspiration for this build. With out people like you pushing the boundaries of what is possible with these cars, I would have never been able to do what I have. Itís people like you that are the reason for such great cars.

Modification List:

INTERIOR:
-JDM STI Version 3/4 Seats Front and Rear
-STI Floor Mats
-STI Pedal Set
-Auto Meter Boost Gauge and Air/Fuel Ratio Gauge
-Greddy Turbo Timer and Greddy Profec-B Spec 2 Boost Controller in Custom Center Console on Dash.
-Carbon Fiber Dash Trim
-Momo Millennium Steering Wheel
-Momo Pit Stop E-Brake Handle
-Momo Shift Knob
-Custom 6-Point Roll Cage
-Sparco 4-Point Harnesses

EXTERIOR:
-Seibon Carbon Fiber Hood
-Seibon Carbon Fiber Front Lip
-Seibon Carbon Fiber Trunk
-JDM STI Fog Light Covers, Clear Corners, and Side Markers
-JDM WRX Taillights
-JDM WRX Rear Spats
-Painted Side Skirts
-JDM Badges, Front and Rear

ENGINE Performance & Dress-Up:
-Forced Air Technologies Stage Three Turbo Kit
-Automatic to 5-Speed Conversion
-A.C.T. Clutch
-GT30R Dual Ball Bearing Turbo
-Custom Spearco Front Mount Intercooler with Custom Aluminum Piping
-Custom 3" Cat Back Exhaust to Apexi N1 Muffler
-Greddy Type-RS BOV
-Tial 38MM Wastegate
-Magnacor Spark Plug Wires
-Walbro 255lph Fuel Pump
-Vortech RRFPR
-Spilt Second Timing Map Controller and Voltage Clamp
-Greddy Oil Cap and Radiator Ca
-Nitrous Express Intercooler Sprayer
-Optima Red Top Battery
-Signal Auto Radiator Cooling Panel
-Tein Hood Dampers
-ZEX Direct-Port Nitrous Setup with Custom Nitrous/Fuel Rails

SUSPENSION/HANDLING
-Whiteline Front Facing Strut Tower Bar
-Tein Type Flex Coilovers With EDFC (EDFC Controller Flush Mounted in Dash.)
-Rotora Front Big Brake Kit (4-Piston Calipers)
-Rotora Rear Big Brake Kit (2-Piston Calipers)
-18 Inch Work Emotion CR KAI's
-Toyo Rubber

I.C.E.
-Kenwood KVT911 DVD/CD/TV Monitor
-Kicker KX 700.5 Amp
-Kicker Solobaric L5 10" Sub
-Kicker Component's in Doors and 6 1/2 inch Speakers in Rear
-Custom Fiberglass Box
-Lightning Audio One Farad Capacitor
-Sirius Satellite Radio








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Well i Had a 02 bugeye first. loved the car but wanted to step it up so i went with a 07 sti. Ive had the Car since October 2007. Brand new with 47miles on it.



This is the Car at Stage 1

This is the Car at stage2 before i put the lip on and swap the tails

In front of Lorton Prison. tring to have a creapy background with the all black


just a day time pic with the lip



Mod list...

Interior

-Dual Head unit
-Prosport boost gauge
-dual gauge dash bezel

Exterior

-DIY Grill mod
-Hella supertones
-Mach V lip-flat black
-Painted headlights
-Painted BBS rims(black)
-05 tail light swap
-35% tint all the way around

Power

-AP V2 stage 2(might be switching to a delta)
-Turbo xs TBE(3in)
-K&N typhoon intake
-Ngk one step colder plugs

i Dyno at 280whp/290tq(with a FAN this time)


Parts to install before tune(already bought)

-Turboxs EWG
-Tial 44mm(black)
-Area 1320 ewg bracket
-fulepump
-stock injectors mod to 800cc
-Heat wrap UP and DP
Future Plans

DOM3
is on order
APS inlet and 70mm intake is on order as well
Css FMIC will be ordered later this week or next

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My name is Mark Heinen. There are a lot of beautiful wagons on Nasioc that I personally dont think mine can compete with. However, the story of how the car changed my life is worth telling.
In November of 2006, I had just currently quit my Store manager job at a local furniture store. I was never much on suit and tie jobs, and pushing 30 wasnt helping my state of mind either. I was having some problems with my current car, and on a whim ended up at our local Subaru Dealership
looking around. I was looking at the used Sedans when Josh Thompson, the salesman and now great friend, walked up and we started
talking. He pointed out a little black 06 wagon that was on special, only 10 miles on it. I drove it, then I fell in love. I love the wagons and this just seemed to good to be true. Three hours later it was mine.
Josh had mentioned the local Subaru board here in oklahoma. He said they are all stand up guys and if i needed help, just post up. And I met all these great people.
First of January, the owner of the store i previously worked at gave me a call. He offered me twice what i was making before plus commision.
This was a substantial amount of money, but i had a job interview at a local company here and wanted to see how it went. I told him I would have to sleep on it.
The job interview went great and, with a little faith in God, turned down my previous employer.
January 15th, 2007 was my first day at Deatschwerks.
Since that time, I have been living a dream. I have a great job that I love. Great friends like my tuner Ben West, who I am sure wants to strangle me sometimes.
This month is my 2 year mark at DW, so I am paying tribute to the black wagon that changed my life.

I show my car for the most part, and I am most definatly not done. Here she is:
2006 WRX Wagon










Mods:

Engine and Drivetrain
Turbo XS 4in DP
Invidia Street CBE
Devils Own Water/Methanol Injection
Test Set of 1000cc DW Injectors(Beta Testing)
Kartboy Exhaust Hangers
Kartboy Short Shifter
Kartboy Shifter Bushings

Exterior and Suspension
OEM STi Foglight Covers
OEM STi Grill Badge
S204 Style Front Lip
Roof Rail Removal
DIY Black Headlight Mod
Tein STechs
Rota Tarmac II's in Gold with 235/40 Kuhmos

Interior
STi Door Cards
ATi Clock Pod
Greddy Boost Guage
Greddy Oil Pressure Guage
Greddy Water Temp Guage
AEM UEGO Wideband
Navigon GPS
07 Forester MP3/Six Disc Changer w/ IPOD outlet


Tuned By Ben West, 19psi, And runs great
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Alright I better jump in this thread and try and steal some of my Hawaiin buddy Brandon's and all the other nice wagons votes. My name is Joe, and I am from the Bay Area Cali. My pride and joy is my 2005 WRX wagon. Why a wagon?? Why not ! ! She was originally purchased as a car I planned on NOT UPGRADING. Originally, she was to be a daily driver because I had a heavily modified CR-X. Slowly she began getting upgraded to what you see now.
I've loved the look of the WRX Wagon since the first time I saw them, and figured why not try and make a nice wagon as my next project. As alot of the Bay Area folks can attest to, this wagon is for the most part a daily driver. I drive her on a daily basis... as is... (yes shes low) and have fun beatin' on her. Although she is tuned and has a ton of upgrades, she has yet to see the track. This car has seen a ton of shows, and although I enjoy doing shows, at some point I would love to get her on the track soon. Any opinions or advice ide love to hear !









As she sits now.... bad timing... because I have a few parts either at paint or sitting, waiting to be installed.

2005 WRX Wagon
Engine:

IHI vf 34 turbo
STi pink 565cc injectors
Walbro fuel pump
Spearco Top mount intercooler
Gruppe-S intercooler pipes
Helix flex uppipe
Helix catted downpipe
GT Spec header V.1
Trust Ti-R full titanium catback
Kartboy extended exhaust hangers
Cobb Accessport V.1
Custom map and tune by Mike @ GST Motorsports
Beatrush oilcap
Beatrush radiator shroud
Beatrush alternator cover
STi radiator cap

Exterior:
Subydude, V limited style lip
STi bumper splitters
STi hoodscoop
STi airsplitter (cut to fit the spearco)
JDM Subaru rainguards
JDM Subaru aero guards
JDM Subaru side strake kit
JDM Subaru waist spoiler
JDM Subaru STi wagon rear lip
JDM Subaru roof rail delete
JDM rear "impreza" badge
JDM rear pink "WRX" badge
JDM pink "i" badge

Suspension and Brakes:
Stance GR+ sport coilovers
Whiteline front endlinks
Whiteline front swaybar
Whiteline rear endlinks
Cusco rear swaybar
Cusco OS front strut bar
Cusco OS rear strut bar
Brembo 4 piston front calipers
Rotora front slotted rotors
Brembo 2 piston rear calipers
DBA slotted rear conversion rotors
Rotora Steel braded lines (4 corner)
FASTWRX.com rear caliper conversion brackets

Rims and tires
18x8.5" + 45 Gramlight 57max Time Attack edition (6 mm spacers rears)
Rays valve stems
Rays black lugnuts
Nitto Neo Gen 235/40/18

Interior
Autometer gauge cluster
Autometer sport comp boost gauge
Autometer sport comp oil pres gauge
Momo shift knob

New parts at paint or waiting for install:
Voltex 04-05 front bumper
Subaru sedan front fenders
Rota concave Grids 18x10 +35 in hyperblack with Yokohama S drives 255/35/18s
Vertex limited edition 10th anniversay red stitching rally 330mm steering wheel



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Guess I can put mine in, however theres so many killer wagons on here, I'm just happy to be recognized by some of you guys.

Background:

Bought the battle wagon new in '04. I wanted an Sti, but with a kiddo, dog, mtn. bikes, snowboards etc. it made more sense to get a wagon. It served it's purpose well until a fellow suby enthusiast convinced me to try out a local HPDE event, and it went downhill(or up?) from there!

2 years after taking delivery, I started doing track events often, as many as 15 a year and there was no slowing me down so it came to a point where the wagon was going to need some serious upgrades, or a switch to an easier to mod sedan...sedan? No way! Wagons FTW.

I chose to stay wagon because It was fun being the only one out there, surrounded by sedans, and being faster! Plus I would always get people coming up and checking the thing out and giving props. It garnered me enough attention that last season, Goodspeed Performance Lab approached me with a sponsorship deal. (BIG thanks to Goodspeed!) They've helped me transform the wagon from quick grocery getter, to pick up, drop off, smash up, chew up and spit out your groceries getter.

I currently run the NASA Time Trial series, in the TTS class and placed 5th in points out of 15(much more powerful) cars for the '08 season. On top of that, I missed half the season with the car getting a makeover! I've also competed in the Super Lap Battle, and for the '09 season I'll be running Super Lap and Redline Time Attacks as often as time and money allow.

At this point the wagon is certainly not done! More power, less weight, brake ducts, more tire and building a real rear wing and front splitter is in the very near future. Thanks to all the wagons here for keeping me inspired!


MOD LIST:

Complete s202 Spec C motor
s202 turbo inlet
Samco intake, rad hoses
Grimspeed pnp manifold, cross-pipe
Excedy twin disc clutch/fly
Deutschworks injectors
Cosworth timing belt guide
PE kevlar timing belt
APS bov
Aeromotive fuel rails
Cobb short ram
Blouch 18g
Moroso oil pan w/Cosworth baffle and oil pump
Greddy oil cooler kit
WBR fmic
Moroso oil sump
Cusco motor/tranny mounts
Fluidyne radiator
APS 3.5" tbe
DSS aluminum driveshaft
Cusco 1.5 way front and rear diffs
Cusco tarmac center diff
Rebuilt tranny w/RA gears
Perrin rear diff cover
STI front aluminum control arms
Whiteline roll control
Whiteline rear adj. lateral links
Whiteline subframe bolts
Whiteline steering rack bushings
Whiteline subframe bushings
Beathrush rear diff bushings
Whiteline alk
Whiteline front sway/endlinks
Hotchkis rear sway, perrin endlinks
Beatrush subframe
RCE tarmac 2 coilovers w/cusco camber plates
Cusco front stb
Cusco rear v-brace stb
Cobb short shift
JDM shifter extension
Brembo GT BBD front
Racing Brake rear kit
Goodridge lines
Hawk blue pads
JDM wagon front lip
Cwest canards
JDM mid spoiler
Sparco evo seats
Sparco harness bar
JDM window visors
JDM grille
Roof rail delete
APR cf mirrors
Nukabe tow hooks
STI rear diffuser w/cusco mount
Defi boost, oil temp, oil pressure
Greddy informeter
Greddy turbo timer
NRG short hub, qr, steering wheel
IS 300 flares
APR wheel studs frt/rr
Odyssey lightweight battery
Work 17x9 +44's w/255/40 bfg r1's
Rota 18x9 g-force w/265/35 toyo r888
Hasport Prototype pitch stop
rear seat removed, rear interior removed, headliner removed, stereo removed, a/c removed, rear wiper/motor removed, front and rear bumper beams removed
Repainted Matte PSM

In the next few months, the wagon will be getting a custom built GT3076 Twin -Scroll setup. The graphics are obviously different in the pics. The first, basic ones in just black were scrapped for the latest red/black design.








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Interior:


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