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Old 11-22-2011, 07:59 PM   #301
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Tomei Type-S Fuel Pressure Regulator and a GD OEM fuel Damper
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Old 11-22-2011, 10:20 PM   #302
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This car is awesome...two questions...

How is the overall drive for everyday driving? Traffic, wife in shot gun, etc?

Is there any way you can include the pricing for each item...it would be great to know what all of this would cost and labor time to install at a shop.

My warranty has a year left...just trying to build priority list and wish list.

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Old 11-22-2011, 11:06 PM   #303
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I saw the Tomei FPR on your site. Where do I find the pressure gauge that you guys are using?
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Old 11-23-2011, 10:10 AM   #304
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When can we see the gorgeous JPM Coachworks interior?
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Old 11-23-2011, 03:12 PM   #305
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This car is awesome...two questions...

How is the overall drive for everyday driving? Traffic, wife in shot gun, etc?

Is there any way you can include the pricing for each item...it would be great to know what all of this would cost and labor time to install at a shop.

My warranty has a year left...just trying to build priority list and wish list.

Thanks!
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Shad,

The car is easy to live with every day and is quite comfortable. But again that also depends on your perspective of comfortable. My SO has never really compained about Coil Overs unless trying to do makeup and I hit a bump...then its not very fun for her. But overall the only thing that would make this a "harsh" ride would really be the 19's as it makes it so small side wall tires are used so you feel allot more imperfections of the road in the seat. With 18's it would be a great Daily Driver...oh and not 5 degrees of camber

98% of the products on the car are direct off the shelf products that we sell every day. Check out our site for the most up to date pricing, as much as we would love to post that info., it would change with the change of US currency fluctuation.

Labor wise, its hard to say. But I would guess there is about 125-175hrs of labor into this car.


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I saw the Tomei FPR on your site. Where do I find the pressure gauge that you guys are using?
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When can we see the gorgeous JPM Coachworks interior?
We JUST shot the interior shot this morning. Should be early next week. Sorry for the delay everyone, bad weather, busy with customers we had to put this on hold for a little bit. As no one likes waiting for parts, so we need to take care of customers first.


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Old 11-23-2011, 03:48 PM   #306
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ATi Ver.2 Gauge pod!
Defi Advanced CR Gauges!
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Old 11-23-2011, 08:22 PM   #307
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Old 11-24-2011, 01:45 AM   #308
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Nice work, wish I could pop down for a BS and see it in person
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Old 11-24-2011, 11:26 AM   #309
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So the top suede piece is made to incorporate the ati cluster? Looks real good. Not a fan of the light grey parts in suede though.
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Old 11-24-2011, 11:40 AM   #310
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I think the reason they did that was to incorporate the light grey alcantara on the bottom of the Prova steering wheel
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Old 11-24-2011, 11:55 AM   #311
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Yes I see. But still too much all at once in my opinion. But this is a platform to show off new products so all of it is installed. I'm sure some people like it.
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Old 11-25-2011, 12:47 PM   #312
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Nice work, wish I could pop down for a BS and see it in person
Dont be a stranger, next time your in town stop by and say hello Keith

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So the top suede piece is made to incorporate the ati cluster? Looks real good. Not a fan of the light grey parts in suede though.
We had the new ATi pod mounted prior to having the entire interior get wrapped.

The decision was made to do the Grey on the bottom to separate the dash a bit more, and so that everything wouldnt get lost with a single color.
It was a gamble to do as we really didnt know how it would turn out, but once it was all installed it looked amazing!

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I think the reason they did that was to incorporate the light grey alcantara on the bottom of the Prova steering wheel
That was something we where also going for as well, but given that the material was out of Europe and the Wheel was out of Japan we tried hard to get them to match. However hats off to the guys at JPM Coachworks as they really did an outstanding job!


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Old 11-27-2011, 08:58 PM   #313
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Is all the parts of the interior covered? Like the b pillars, door cards, roof ect
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Old 11-28-2011, 02:26 PM   #314
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Is all the parts of the interior covered? Like the b pillars, door cards, roof ect
Only things not covered are the door cards and the roof liner.
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Old 11-28-2011, 11:28 PM   #315
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What is the differentiator from using the Type-S or the Type-L FPR? It says the Type-L is for high boost high power applications. So what is considered the tipping point?
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Old 11-29-2011, 10:21 AM   #316
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What is the differentiator from using the Type-S or the Type-L FPR? It says the Type-L is for high boost high power applications. So what is considered the tipping point?
The Type L will have larger fittings and a higher flow capacity. However at a rating of 500HP the Type-S is plenty for most applications
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Old 11-29-2011, 10:35 AM   #317
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Nice detailed writeup by the buys at JPM Coachworks

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Project Materials
Upper and Lower Dash Assembly. The upper dash and lower dash are trimmed in Alcantara®. The upper is trimmed in pure black and features a striking double-stitched seam of lightning red thread. A prototype triple-gauge-pod from ATI is integrated into and above the clock area of the dash upper to allow the driver of the vehicle optimal line of sight to essential engine measurements (turbo, oil pressure & oil temperature), all the while maintaining a clean aesthetic . An opening is made beneath the gauge pod to allow the installer easy access to the rear of the pod, making gauge installation simple and straight forward. The leading edge of the pod is finished with a single stitch in jet black. Finally, the lower dash is finished in steel grey to provide contrast as well as to provide continuity of accent colors found outside the vehicle. At this point, we cannot comment on availability of this product from ATI. Rest assured, it will be worth the wait!"]Upper and Lower Dash Assembly. The upper dash and lower dash are trimmed in Alcantara®. The upper is trimmed in pure black and features a striking double-stitched seam of lightning red thread. A prototype triple-gauge-pod from ATI is integrated into and above the clock area of the dash upper to allow the driver of the vehicle optimal line of sight to essential engine measurements (turbo, oil pressure & oil temperature), all the while maintaining a clean aesthetic . An opening is made beneath the gauge pod to allow the installer easy access to the rear of the pod, making gauge installation simple and straight forward. The leading edge of the pod is finished with a single stitch in jet black. Finally, the lower dash is finished in steel grey to provide contrast as well as to provide continuity of accent colors found outside the vehicle. At this point, we cannot comment on availability of this product from ATI. Rest assured, it will be worth the wait!





Center Console Trim, Shifter-Trim Surround & Center Armrest. Similar to the lower dash assembly, the center console trim (upper & lower) and the shifter-trim surround are trimmed in steel grey Alcantara®. The shifter-trim surround features the “JPM COACHWORKS” logo in a combination of bright red and nickel threads. The center armrest is completed in Alcantara® and features two parallel double-stitched seams of lighting red thread. Additional information on the armrest may be found on our product catalog, 2008-2011 WRX & STI Extended/Non-Extended Alcantara® Armrest.





Rear Seat, Upper & Lower. The centers of each seat are trimmed in BRIDE’s inner cushion material, while the outsides of the seat are trimmed with BRIDE’s outer seat material. This combination is chosen to mimic the material/color combination present within the front compartment of the vehicle (BRIDE Gias, Driver & BRIDE Stradia, Pass.). The leading edges of both the upper and lower seat outer are finished with a double-stitched seam of lightning red thread.





Clusterhood, Shift & Brake Boot. The clusterhood is trimmed in Alcantara® and features a double-stitched seam of lightning red thread which spans from corner to corner and terminates underneath a plastic insert. More information on this product may be found on our product catalog, 2008-11 WRX & STI Stitched Alcantara® OEM Cluster Hood. The shift and brake boot are built from Alcantara® and feature multiple double-stitched seams of lightning red thread. Additional information on these items may also be found on our product catalog at 2008-2011 STI 6MT Alcantara® Shift Boot & 2008-2011 WRX & STI Alcantara® Emergency Brake Boot, respectively.








JPM Coachworks specializes in crafting fine automobile interiors through an unparalleled combination of workmanship, materials and customer service. We provide custom, handcrafted products as well as flexible, low-volume production. To learn more about our products and services, we encourage you to visit our website at Welcome to JPM Coachworks | Automovie Design for Subaru, Honda, BMW & More -- Proudly Made In The USA.


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Old 11-29-2011, 11:34 AM   #318
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gah that interior is absolutely incredible.
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Old 11-30-2011, 03:49 PM   #319
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Thank you for the cross-post Kirill. Great to see you all are enjoying the project as much as we did! And for what it is worth, the material used throughout the project is Genuine Alcantara, not suede (natural or synthetic) or any other imitation material for that matter. Please feel free to PM me if you have any questions regarding the products featured throughout the interior of the RSD STI.

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Old 11-30-2011, 10:15 PM   #320
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Lookin swanky
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Old 12-04-2011, 09:45 AM   #321
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I was wondering with all the Cobb parts installed on the car, why the Cosworth cold air intake and not the Cobb SF?
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Old 12-04-2011, 12:03 PM   #322
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Might be preferred by the protuner. I know when I was talking to clark turner he said he prefers to tune with the cosworth. Just a thought
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Old 12-04-2011, 12:17 PM   #323
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Quite simply we wanted to try out the product. At the time Cosworth where new intake on the market with no reviews, so we threw caution to the wind and installed it.
It works great, looks good, and does everything we need it to do.
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Old 12-05-2011, 10:20 AM   #324
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Man, I could live in there!
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Old 12-05-2011, 11:23 AM   #325
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Is their any problems so far with you running the AEM or COBB SF (can't remember which you used) map with it or are you protuned now?
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