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Old 04-19-2011, 11:21 AM   #176
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SO now, reason rears its head, andI will listen..
I respect you for putting your family first. Cars are great but they aren't worth causing any kind of strife in your marriage. You also don't want your kids thinking they come second to the car. If things go according to my plans I will be able to build a couple of cars with my kids when they are old enough to help. That way cars will not take away from my time with them but will rather be an opportunity to bond with them.

Good luck with everything and enjoy the new car
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Old 04-26-2011, 08:50 PM   #177
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Joseph is a nice and honest person. I met him when i picked up his tranny kit nice familly there. It wad nice meeting you.

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Old 04-29-2011, 09:12 PM   #178
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This stuff is moving fast!! Thanks Sirwolf...

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Old 06-09-2011, 09:07 PM   #179
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Been very busy, no time to update this thread...

Here's whats left (Everything I have is listed...):

$1000 OFFERS!!!
-Complete Longblock, good to 450+ WHP: EJ25 DOHC heads, EJ25 Phase 2 block and crank, EJ257 rods, Mahle 99.5mm forged 2618 alloy pistons, Clevite main and rod bearings, shimmed 10mm oil pump, Cometic 0.040" 1mm head gaskets, 8.78:1 compression, OEM Subaru gaskets throughout, new valve seals, turbo oil return boss tapped and fitted on right side head, same as turbo oil supply(~600 miles on block, not even fully broken in yet! Doesn't leak oil!!!) Can part out if enough interest

$125 Shipped
-AVO 2.5" downpipe, with bellmouth T25 flange, modified to bolt up to stock WRX/STi Cat and midpipe. Comes with 2004 WRX Cat.

$60 Shipped
-OEM Subaru center gauge pod, modified to accept 3X 2 1/16" gauges

$60 Shipped
-1998 Impreza EJ22 SOHC ECU (6200 RPM limit)

$150 Picked up
-1998 Impreza Outback hood with scoops (red)

$100 Shipped
-EJ22T pistons 4 X B size, no rings

$60 Shipped
-1999 EJ25 Phase 2 rods

$100 Shipped
-1998 Forester gauge cluster (6500 RPM redline, 180 km/h, pinout to match 1998 Impreza, includes harness, Mounts in any 1998 Impreza!)

$40 Shipped
-1998 Impreza power mirrors (black, work great!)

$150 Shipped
-2004 Tokico WRX front calipers (2 Pots, red, with paint kit to match from Duplicolour)

$400 Picked up
-2002 WRX 16" rims X 4 (no tires)

All prices are OBO, dont be afraid to make offers! I dont want my garage full of this stuff. This is my entire Subaru hobby for sale here... It will end up getting thrown out! (okay, probably not, but this stuff has to go!)

Sometimes I miss this car... I wish I had taken some video's of her.

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Old 06-10-2011, 04:02 PM   #180
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Looks like I feared shipping the engine for no good reason. I got a hold of a freight company. It costs approx $500 to ship from here (Kingston, ON, Canada) to Boulder, CO, USA. Just to give a ballpark ship price. Door to door, takes 4 business days. Would arrive on a pallet, right to your garage door... Includes liftgate service at both ends.

http://www.freightcenter.com/engine%20shipping.aspx
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Old 06-11-2011, 01:44 PM   #181
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Here's whats left (Everything I have is listed...):

$1000 picked up!!! $1500 shipped!! (USA or Canada)-Complete Longblock, good to 450+ WHP: EJ25 DOHC heads, EJ25 Phase 2 block and crank, EJ257 rods, Mahle 99.5mm forged 2618 alloy pistons, Clevite main and rod bearings, shimmed 10mm oil pump, Cometic 0.040" 1mm head gaskets, 8.78:1 compression, OEM Subaru gaskets throughout, new valve seals, turbo oil return boss tapped and fitted on right side head, same as turbo oil supply(~600 miles on block, not even fully broken in yet! Doesn't leak oil!!!) Can part out if enough interest

Build Thread:

http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1888017

$125 Shipped
-AVO 2.5" downpipe, with bellmouth T25 flange, modified to bolt up to stock WRX/STi Cat and midpipe. Comes with 2004 WRX Cat. Designed to be used with AVO's 2.5RS turbo kit.

$60 Shipped
-OEM Subaru center gauge pod, modified to accept 3X 2 1/16" gauges

$60 Shipped
-1998 Impreza EJ22 SOHC ECU (6200 RPM limit)

$150 Picked up
-1998 Impreza Outback hood with scoops (red)

$100 Shipped
-EJ22T pistons 4 X B size, no rings

$60 Shipped
-1999 EJ25 Phase 2 rods

$100 Shipped
-1998 Forester gauge cluster (6500 RPM redline, 180 km/h, pinout to match 1998 Impreza, includes harness, Mounts in any 1998 Impreza!)

$40 Shipped
-1998 Impreza power mirrors (black, work great!)

$150 Shipped
-2004 Tokico WRX front calipers (2 Pots, red, with paint kit to match from Duplicolour)

$400 Picked up
-2002 WRX 16" rims X 4 (no tires)

All prices are OBO, dont be afraid to make offers! I dont want my garage full of this stuff. This is my entire Subaru hobby for sale here... It will end up getting thrown out! (okay, probably not, but this stuff has to go!)

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Old 06-12-2011, 08:23 PM   #182
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My poor EJ25D is looking for a good home! Ah the memories...
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Old 06-13-2011, 01:33 PM   #183
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nvm figured it out
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Old 12-20-2011, 12:24 AM   #184
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So depressing but you are so correct about the subaru disease! Itll consume your life. This is my current build http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=2284412 Thank you for all the useful information youve posted and good luck with your new prospects.
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Old 12-20-2011, 02:49 PM   #185
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Wow, just read this whole thread, and it was quite an adventure. Like others have posted, I work on my own car when I can, would love to be able to do the engine work and build a motor, but lack of room to do so, as well as knowledge and tools to do it correctly, make me say no. Props to you for doing all that you can to that car.
I hit a similar crossroads 6 years ago, after I got married. Kids were not in the picture, just a money sponge of a Mazda. Like you, I parted it out for what I could, and walked away. Bought a truck. Finally save an STi now, 2 years going, stg2, and under warranty still.
Did you ever sell the motor? Posts stopped like 6 months ago, and it was never mentioned as sold.
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Old 02-02-2012, 12:16 PM   #186
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Hey there, great job on the car! Sucks your selling just wanted to know if your custom down pipe will work on my sti turbo and after market exhaust manifold? If so how much for the down pipe itself? Thanks

$125 Shipped
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Old 03-05-2012, 09:21 AM   #187
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Hey there, great job on the car! Sucks your selling just wanted to know if your custom down pipe will work on my sti turbo and after market exhaust manifold?
Doesn't involve the manifold at all
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Old 03-05-2012, 01:36 PM   #188
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Actually it could, if the downpipe was customized it may not fit a stock location turbo.

But since I have the HKS customized downpipe OP sold, I can vouch that it is still the stock location and it *should not* be an issue on a standard wrx or sti.
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Old 02-04-2014, 11:03 PM   #189
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Sorry to bump an old thread, but can someone tell me where the bpv hose is going? I see that it connects to the throttle body, but it also T's off under the intake, where does it connect to?

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Old 02-05-2014, 06:37 AM   #190
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Sorry to bump an old thread, but can someone tell me where the bpv hose is going? I see that it connects to the throttle body, but it also T's off under the intake, where does it connect to?
The BPV discharge hose discharges immediately before the turbo compressor inlet, into the intake pipe.
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Old 02-05-2014, 06:38 AM   #191
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If you're talking about the vacuum reference line, then that tees off to the boost gauge IIRC. Its been a while...
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Old 02-05-2014, 10:37 AM   #192
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The BPV discharge hose discharges immediately before the turbo compressor inlet, into the intake pipe.
I'm referring to the small vacuum line coming off the BPV, not the big one at the bottom of it. The photo i used wasn't the best one to use, but if you look at some others you will see what I mean. I just need to know where to plumb that vacuum line (besides to the boost gauge) it disappears and goes towards the intake, but i can't imagine BOTH of the bpv lines would go to pre-intake, right?
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Old 02-05-2014, 10:39 AM   #193
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If you're talking about the vacuum reference line, then that tees off to the boost gauge IIRC. Its been a while...
Yes the vacuum line is what I'm referring to, and besides the boost gauge, it typically T's off towards the turbo as well, I'm just not sure to where.

Update: think I may have found the answer on another site. Looks like it also taps into the FPR vacuum line. This be confirmed?
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Old 02-05-2014, 04:39 PM   #194
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On my setup there, the vacuum/boost reference used was right behind the coil pack.

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Old 02-05-2014, 04:53 PM   #195
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^^^Your head gaskets looks like they've been sprayed with permatex. How you liking that stuff?
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Old 02-05-2014, 08:53 PM   #196
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^^^Your head gaskets looks like they've been sprayed with permatex. How you liking that stuff?
Worked great on every build Ive used it. Cometic headgaskets, with copper spray, with unmachined block and head surfaces.
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Old 02-05-2014, 09:18 PM   #197
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Sweet. So how exactly do you use that stuff? Like do you spray a thin coat or layer that like as if you were painting a car? And do you install gasket when completely dry or still kinda tacky? Used permatex once but think I did it wrong cuz copper spray was peeling off gasket....smh

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Old 02-05-2014, 09:28 PM   #198
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Sweet. So how exactly do you use that stuff? Like do you spray a thin coat or layer that like as if you were painting a car? And do you install gasket when completely dry or still kinda tacky? Used permatex once but think I did it wrong cuz copper spray was peeling off gasket....smh
I usually do ~3 light coats on each side of the gasket, maybe 3 minutes between coats. Install whenever after that, the stuff stays tacky indefinitely...
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Old 04-11-2014, 11:32 PM   #199
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I would like to know how did you install an outback sport hood to an L wagon. I was looking to purchase an outback sport hood with vents from autopartswarehouse, but it states that the hood does not fit on the L wagon. Thanks in advance.
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I would like to know how did you install an outback sport hood to an L wagon. I was looking to purchase an outback sport hood with vents from autopartswarehouse, but it states that the hood does not fit on the L wagon. Thanks in advance.
You simply remove your old hood, and install the outback hood from the impreza. IIRC! Its been a while!
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