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View Poll Results: Top Scoob 017 ... Final Round !!!
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hqp921 21 7.12%
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Old 10-07-2009, 09:22 AM   #1
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Default the Putt Putt Saabaru Special Stage . Top Saabaru 017 Vote in the Final Round !!

Back around Top Scoob 004 we made the horrendous mistake of excluding the so-called 'Saabarus' from competition. In an attempt to make it up to our boxer-motoring brothers in arms Top Scoob, sorry, Top Saabaru is very happy to announce our first Special Stage.

While the battle for honors in the Outback round rages on we're going to hold a round for Saabarus only. Having seen some of the entrants already I can say you're in for a treat as the Saab folks are doing it right.

So without further delay, Top Scoob-Saab is proud to present the Put Put Saabaru Special Stage, Top Scoob-Saab-Whatever 017 !!




*someone needs to put an EJ in a Sonnet, seriously someone get going on that.

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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 TEN 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.

Voting and Eliminations
  • There are three rounds of voting, each lasting 10 days.
  • After the First Round the cars placing in the bottom eleven positions will be knocked out.

  • After the Second Round the cars placing in the bottom eleven 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 10-07-2009, 12:32 PM   #2
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Default My Suba...er... Saab...er... Saabaru.

What's the story?
As a former 2002 Subaru Outback Sport owner, slipping into the seat of a Saab 92x was like "home". The controls were familiar, the dash was familiar... heck, everything was familiar. Except that the extra pedal and the shifter was different.

My 92x was the vehicle I learned to drive standard on, and I bought it earlier this year (May 2009). The previous owner had modded it to Stage 2 (intake, exhaust, OTS map from Cobb). Those were the only mods.

I had known for sometime that the next vehicle for me would be a WRX wagon - I need the capacity to lug around music gear, as I teach lessons and gig on the weekends. However, I wanted a little bit of ... interior "refinement." The premium WRX wagons with leather still commanded a premium price, and to be honest, I wasn't completely sold on the look of the hood scoop. Enter the Saab 92x. A Impreza wagon in nearly every way, and available with similar trim to a WRX premium. I loved the front end, the hoodscoop that wasn't as prominent, and the two-tone leather interiors. I also loved the potential the car had with the Impreza platform and engine. Eventually I focused my attention on finding a Saab 92x and the deal came earlier this year.

Since purchase, I have kept the mods mild. This is my daily driver, afterall. My main purpose with the car is to make it usable and live-able on a daily basis in New England and have fun with it. I'm not out to build the fastest 92x, or maybe even the "prettiest" 92x. I'm out to make my car an extension and expression of myself... and to forever maintain the feeling, as you walk away from your parked vehicle, stop and turn around to sneak a peek, "...I'm so happy that car there... IS MINE!"

Obligatory Listing of Modifications
As I said, I bought the car at Stage 2, with a Perrin Flat Panel filter, STI up-pipe, Autochrome SS Turboback, and a Magnaflow Muffler. Here's a video that the original seller posted:


It's only been 5 months of ownership, but here are some of the other things I've added since then:
- Cobb was unmarried, a Forge MBC was installed, and a tune (Open Source) was performed by a local NASIOC member
- To ease oil changes, I installed a Fumoto valve. Easily the best money I've spent, since I rack up a ton of miles (another reason to keep mods on the conservative side).
- I picked up a KartBoy Short Shifter and installed that, along with an STI Titanium shift knob.
- I installed a Pioneer AVIC F90BT, and hardwired a Escort 9500i
- I have decals and stickers (we all know how much HP they'll add! ), seen below
- A couple DIY mods: Home Depot Lip and painted grille
- Minor mods like: One-touch unlock, key fob mod, fog light mod, and added an additional cigarette lighter adapter.

A better organized listing of mods can be found here

Onward, to the pictures!

SAABaru Tecnica International (It doesn't have STI go-fast bits... so maybe I'm a poser... but I thought this was funny, so I designed the decals and had a local NASIOC member help cut them):


The emblem gets mixed reviews - I love it, but here's the AVIC F90BT, KB SS and STI shift knob:


No, it might not be the fastest... but it puts a on my face:










There are some very nice, very well done Saabaru's out there... so I thank you for allowing me to indulge and post a bit about mine.

- HP
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Old 10-10-2009, 04:15 PM   #3
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Old 10-12-2009, 10:20 PM   #4
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Hey Ferg...at least spell it right.

Sonett.

not

Sonnet.

My first autocross car:


Chris H.
-we had 30+ Sonetts in the yard/shop at any given time when I was growing up
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Old 10-13-2009, 10:50 AM   #5
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Hey Ferg...at least spell it right.

Sonett.

not

Sonnet.

My first autocross car:


Chris H.
-we had 30+ Sonetts in the yard/shop at any given time when I was growing up
Ah crap! I swear I've had at least one spelling screw up in every round so far.

I've never even seen a Sonett in person but like the Stratos and Opel GT I seem to have memorized their shape from birth.
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Old 10-14-2009, 07:39 AM   #6
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The one and only STI Swapped Saabaru Linear. (not that it matters, they are really impreza wagons anyway)

















Here is the Story of my Saabaru.

I am probably like many of the people on the board, I saved my money from years of working to purchase a car when I needed it. The time rolled around Senior year of college. I’d always been a car enthusiast, and I heavily autoxed my previous car, a mazda 6.

I have quite a few friends who drive subarus and I really enjoyed them, and knew that a WRX could be made to be pretty quick in stage 2 form. So I set out searching for a WRX. A few visits to people selling them, and they were all mostly in bad shape, or tons of miles. I was searching through NASIOC classifieds, and came across a very unique car.

It was a 2005 Saab 9-2x Linear 2.5i, no options, Swapped with a STI motor + ECU. I believe it is still to this day, the only car of its kind, being a linear (read, non turbo), but STI swapped. The car is actually known on the 92x boards as “The STI swapped Linear”, as I guess there is only one. Now I know these cars are really impreza wagons, but a man can dream, right?

With advice with what to look for from my Subaru friends, I went to check the car out the very same day, and bought it.

Here is its History.

-Car was bought, Driven 8-9K miles without an oil change
-Engine #1 dies
-Previous owner decided to swap in engine on his own
-Engine #2 lasts 50 miles before also dying, turned out to be a Katrina motor, heavily rusted cams + ETC.
-Owner Decides he wants to do it right and do it once, Employs Godspeed/Tuning Factory to do a 2004 STI Engine + Wiring harness + ECU swap.
-5k miles later, owner decided oil changes were optional again
-16k miles later, Engine #3 Dies, oil starvation.
-Previous owner has a 2005 STI longblock dropped in by a local dealership
-6k miles later, Turbo oil feed like explodes, oil everywhere
-After fixing the oil feed line, and losing his job, previous owner throws in the towel.

-I Buy the car (I like to think I saved it)
-One week later I have fixed the following:
CEL for system too lean
Replaced RS fuel pump with Walbro 255
Added boost, Oil Pressure, and Wideband monitoring gauges
Removed, cleaned and replaced 90% of bolt on modifications to the car.


-Mods Added in the past year include
Full suspension, brakes, all gauges, turbo replacement, all exterior mods, both sets of wheels+ tires, catback, endlinks, Intake, Transmission, many of the engine bolt ons, Full Retune.. ETC

Lets just say my wallet has been steamrolled, More than once.

This is a self wrenched car. Everything i've done to the car i've learned and researched, and purchased online (thank you nasioc vendors), and spent the countless hours of wiring all of the electronics, laying on my back in the driver footwell running wires (that is probably the most painful position to work on these cars in), pulling apart the the entire front end just to clean the fmic pipes (strapping a billy mays "awesome auger" drill to a workbench and using it as a polishing wheel), the entire 6 speed transmission swap, ( a 3 day, 48 hour marathon of monster energy drinks), to claybaring the entire exterior, and polishing and waxing the car. When i visit my parents house (they have air tools), they have on more than one occasion taken some lawn chairs into the garage just so they can spend some time and talk to me.



Mod List[/b]
ENGINE
2005 STI Engine + ECU + Full wiring harness
VF-30 Turbo (replaced the vf39 which was broken)
TurboXS FMIC system
TurboXS BPV
APS 65mm Short Ram Intake
Watts Catch can
Coolingmist Meth Injection System
Group-N Engine Mounts
Mishimoto Aluminum Radiator
GTSpec Ver 2 Headers + 3 bolt uppipe
Godspeed 3” SS Downpipe
Replica Blitz 3” SS Catback
Walbro 255 Fuel Pump
“Ride5000” Hybrid Boost Control System
1 Step Colder Iridium Plugs
Innovate LC-1 Wideband
100% Self Tuned using Romraider

DRIVETRAIN

2004 STI 6 Speed Transmission ( 5 speed didn’t last long @385wtq, Meth is a helluva drug.)
ACT Xtreme Street Disk XTSS Clutch
TiC “Holy Shift” Bushing Kit
80 Durometer Filled STI Transmission Mount
Spiider Dual Mode DCCD Controller
2004 STI Front Brembos and Rotors
Legacy H6 rear brake upgrade
Goodridge SS Brake Lines
Forester Automatic Driveshaft
SUMMER: 2004 STI Gold BBS wheels wrapped in 225/45R17 Bridgestone Potenza RE050A PP
WINTER: Silver Rota SDR wheels wrapped in Falkien Ziex 912 all season tires

SUSPENSION:

Custom Coilover suspension with 8611 koni double adjustable (rebound and bump) (500F/550R lb/inch)
CUSCO Drilled and Slotted Front camber plates (allow for up to 4° of negative camber)
Stock WRX Sedan Front sway bar
Whiteline Spherical ball joint endlinks
Whiteline Adjustable Rear Sway Bar
Kartboy Rear Endlinks


INTERIOR+ EXTERIOR
“Reid” Style Clock Gauge Setup
Prosport Premium Boost and Oil Pressure Gauges W/ Peak and Alarm
LC-1 Wideband Gauge
Custom “Meth On” LED
Beltronics 955 Radar Detector
STI Floormats
6 Disk CD changer from a Forester
Sirius Satellite Radio
2006 STI Shifter Surrounds + Boot
Schroth Rallye 4 Racing Harness
35% Tint Sides, 20% Tint Rear
“Koji” Modded Headlight housings
Rear cupholders! RAWWRRR
Oh, and stickers, Royal Rally Pig, Saabaru Technica International, Wagon Mafia, MsuRacing.com

Specs:
Curb Weight: ~3250 With Half tank of gas and full interior and spare and jack.
0-60: 4.5 Seconds
1/4 Mile: 12.8@109 (Last fall, things have not become slower )
WHP/WTQ (road dyno est.): 308/385
Again, SELF TUNED. (Thanks to the massive opensource community at Romraider.com, and input here from people like Vaus, RiftsWRX,Phatron, the list goes on., But ESPECIALLY DFL2.5RS, (IRL buddy who has a purely epic bugeye)


THIS CAR IS RACED. It has seen at least a dozen and a half drag passes and 7+ Autox Days. A month after buying it, I raced it at winged warrior, and was the fastest import in C class. Over the past year, this car has put more smiles on my face than probably anything else. The confused looks and questions this car receives are priceless. The people in the Subaru community I meet have always been very nice, and we can always share stories about problems and long nights in the garage. It’s a great community that I’m proud to be a part of.

Thanks for reading about my Saabaru! I hope you like it as much as i do!

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Old 10-17-2009, 10:43 AM   #7
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23 cars !! That's about twice what we expected so a massive thanks to the Saabaru boys for turning out with some amazing cars.

Voting for the first round eliminations is now open!

Best of luck to you all and thanks again for joining the madness that is Top Scoob.
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Old 10-17-2009, 11:24 AM   #8
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Voted for myself.
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Old 10-17-2009, 12:58 PM   #9
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WOO, go saabarus!!
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Old 10-17-2009, 02:21 PM   #10
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Bump for a few more pics of my ride! Vote for Nelly!!








All year round road racing!!!




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Old 10-17-2009, 04:48 PM   #11
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Since it's fall, here are some seasonal shots:







And looking forward to some snow fun:



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Old 10-19-2009, 03:02 AM   #12
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moar snow pics!
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Old 10-19-2009, 01:11 PM   #13
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moar snow pics!

Agreed in SCICLAND we realy digg that stuff !

murdocs snow pics are nice ! and nelly snow, wet track pic is crazy, looks like fun.
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Old 10-19-2009, 11:38 PM   #14
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Old 10-20-2009, 12:28 AM   #15
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More pictures (its so hard to choose only 10!)

Be Sure to Check out my entry post above with all new pictures!






since its a half gm baby: a fitting picture at a closed gm plant








If anyone wants any of these shots in high resolution for wallpaper or whatever, let me know via pm's and i'll send you a link to the full image

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Old 10-20-2009, 07:49 AM   #16
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Nice pics arch! I need to get my hq pics up! Lookin good man!
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Old 10-20-2009, 01:07 PM   #17
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Wow amazing pictures..

Too bad I dont have any good pictures of my car or the work done to it.



Here is a picture TEIN took of my car for their records

My car was new back then and I did not have the tint yet, also was stage 1 back then.



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Old 10-20-2009, 01:46 PM   #18
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geez, this is a tough one. so many nice saabarus
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Old 10-20-2009, 02:24 PM   #20
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[rant] OMG!!! If I hear this one more time I'm gonna blow my brains out! We all know Alan I had a sweet ride, but it's gone people! Let's not dwell on the past and let's look at what's around now. Unless the guy he sold it to shows up I really don't think it's relevent here. [/rant]

Ok, I feel better now. also no offence to you Alan, I did like your car, it's just seems like a lot of people having a harder time letting go of the thing than you did.
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Old 10-20-2009, 02:29 PM   #21
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[rant] OMG!!! If I hear this one more time I'm gonna blow my brains out! We all know Alan I had a sweet ride, but it's gone people! Let's not dwell on the past and let's look at what's around now. Unless the guy he sold it to shows up I really don't think it's relevent here. [/rant]

Ok, I feel better now. also no offence to you Alan, I did like your car, it's just seems like a lot of people having a harder time letting go of the thing than you did.
I wish Alan still had his.







I figured if you blew your brains out, someone else might have a chance...

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Old 10-20-2009, 02:35 PM   #22
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I wish Alan still had his.







I figured if you blew your brains out, someone else might have a chance...

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Haha, maybe. Lets not find out though!
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Old 10-20-2009, 07:17 PM   #23
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My pictures and comments drive Alan crazy , so here is a few of them

this is a CELLPHONE PIC. OH NO !!!! How can anyone appreciate a car from a nasty cellphone pic !!!



well maybe because its the inside and the little things that count

I got 230 WHP on the OTD COBB stage 2 map with this "stock" turbo
My protune only gave me 5 more HP ( Harman Motive ) lets just say that is super stable and i have gotten 29 MPG out of my car

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Old 10-20-2009, 07:46 PM   #24
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Good lord, I want to vote for Nelly, Keanie, and Arch...such a tough call.

A lot of great cars in this round.

Good luck to everyone!
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Old 10-21-2009, 11:53 AM   #25
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Its going to be a tuff one......some really nice saabarus posted up.

I voted

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