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Old 09-08-2010, 11:38 AM   #1
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Well I have owned the car now for 4.3 years not and never made a build thread or a progression thread and thought why not now? lol

Well I bought this beautiful 2005 Crystal Gray Metallic WRX STI in Pittsburgh in the begining of 2008 with 36,200 miles on it. I bought it from DILLIGAF Racing Adam who was a great guy and made a great transaction. I picked it up for a good price which made me happy. It came with a SPT axle back, Cobb AP1 and a second set of Rota boost wheels with all season on them. Since then a lot has been changed and added.

Currently as of 1/28/2013 it has:

351awhp/368lbs torque @ 2apsi with 93octane

Performance
Manley Forged Pistons 99.5, ARP Headstuds, Killer B Oil Pickup, Killer B Windage Tray, Blouch 18g XT (Billet Compressor wheel), IAG up pipe, Tial 38mm EWG & dump tube, IAG Big MAF Intake, Perrin Inlet, Deatschwerks 850cc Side Feed Injectors, Grimspeed EBCS, Spearco TMIC, Cobb AP2, Tuning by Jorge at IAG for 2 maps, Intake Silencer Delete, Greddy Evo 2 Turboback Exhaust (no cat), Straight Pipe (currently on, Greddy off), Invidia DownPipe (no cat), Walbro 255 Fuel Pump, AC Compressor removed, 11mm Oil Pump

Gauges
Defi Oil Pressure gauge, Defi EGT gauge, Defi Boost gauge, Defi Link, Defi ATI Pod, AEM UEGO in CF Cup, HKS TT Type 0.

Exterior/Interior
Rally Armor UR Mudflaps, Carbon Fiber 06-07 roof spoiler, Cobb Heat Shield, STI Front Plate Delete, STI Black Floor Mats (Summer), Subaru All-Weather Mats (Winter), Badgeless Grill, V7 Lip, JDM Foglights and Surrounds, 40% Tint All Around (IAG), SPT Oil Cap, JDM Red Hazard button, IAG Radiator Stops, IAG Coolant Bottle Cap, IAG Washer Bottle Cap, GT Spec Radiator Cover, Yakima rack and Kayak bow downs.

Suspension
BC Racing BR Series Coilovers and BC Racing Rear extenders. Eibach Front/Rear Camber Bolts

Wheels/Brakes
DBA T3'S rotors in Front, DBA T2'S rotors in Rear, Stoptech Pads F/R, Metallic (Currently Blaze Orange plastidup) Blue BBS Summer wheels, Metallic Blue Rota Boosts for Winter wheels, Techna-Fit Stainless Steel Brake Lines.

Drivetrain
Exedy Stage 1 Clutch, Techna-Fit Stainless Clutch Line, Killer Bee Motorports Delrin Knob, Kartboy Front Shifter Stay Bushing, Kartboy Rear Shifter Stay Bushing, Kartboy Short Shifter, TiC STi Shift Linkage Bushings, TiC 6MT pivot bushings, Group N Transmission Mount, Group N Pitch Stop.

351awhp/368tq at 21psi
Pictures from when I first got it:



  • Then took a trip to the beach (we are still in 2008 here so bare with me)





  • I drove around for a few months and didn't like the raspy SPT and sold that and moved up to a Greddy Evo2 and Invidia V2 Bellmouth Down Pipe.










  • I then had a Walbro 255 Fuel pump put in and went and got tuned at CBRD where I made 310hp w/ 345lbs torque @ 20psi with 93octane with those current mods.
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Old 09-08-2010, 11:38 AM   #2
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  • About 1 year ago I bought a roof spoiler in carbon fiber and had the entire thing sanded, the end caps painted cgm to match my paint and then the whole thing cleared. Since gel coat will def start to fade and with the new clear coat makes it look NICE and will also protect it as well.
  • ROOF SPOILER = RICE? No its a completely different story for subies then going on the actual roof. All of the 2006 Sti's have them. I will get pics up tonight because I am at work. But google magic will help you understand if you are lost. The only downside is actually tapping into the car which is kind of nerve racking.


Okay this is what it looked like when I got it:



and after I had it sanded, painted and cleared



mocked up before paint



  • The install itself took 9 hours and I know your thinking jesus man what the hell what wrong? EVERYTHING Its not easy drilling into your C pillers knowing if you **** up its not like a fender and you can get another one. The bolts went from the inside up and were at a angle so walking the drill bit was hard not to do and drilling the out shell, then the inner frame then the interior frame was a real pain in the ass. In the end it came out awesome.


Getting everything lined up took about 2 hours


The sound it made was disgusting


Drilling is not that fun when its your car in which case have someone else do it.



Putting the hardware was the most fun when we realized it was the wrong kind.


Hardware on the inside of the C pillars, had to do some adjusting to get everything to fit in.


End result


Compared to a 06 roof spoiler he put on his 05 jdm sti

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Old 09-08-2010, 11:39 AM   #3
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  • Closer to winter of 2009 I ponied up and bought a set of STI floormats and Subaru All weather mats




  • Since winter was around the corner I decided to get some mud flaps. Luckily Subarus and Evo's are the only cars that can pull off putting mud flaps on without looking retarded. So I headed down to IAG Performance in Westminster who basically only does Subies. I have never seen so many STI's at one location on a business day. The shop was huge and they have everything in stock and on display. I picked up a set of Rally Armor UR mudflaps and they also fixed my loose heat shield for free!

  • The install was really easy since it was all OEM holes and the hardware was included. I only have 3 pics as of now since it got dark when I finished them. The UR is the Polyurethane version. The classic version is basically hard plastic (if you hit anything it would rip off) so I went with the UR. They are kind of shinny but they dull down. These bend a lot more then the classics.






  • It was a beautiful day that followed the mudflap install. I started with Stoners tarminater to get all the tar and brake dust off and a good scrub. Followed by 2 coats of wax and then some Armor All tire cleaner for the tires.








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  • A little after Christmas in 2009 I ordered a set of actual JDM Foglights and Surrounds from Japan. It only took 15 days lol The one thing I love about Japanese is the way with cars. These lights are stock on the STI's over there. Graham from Japanparts.com helped me out with a huge deal I couldnt pass up over on .

  • It came with the foglights, oem foglight button, relay and brackets to mount them. The best part everything is oem so everything is plus and play. The only modification that is needed is that I need to cut the bumper beam a little bit. They have a JDM bumper beam that weighs 10lbs less but if you were in a crash you would be ****ed. So people who do value their lives but cut the corners of the bumper beam off Awhile back I bought some JDM foglight rockblocker covers. They a clear thick 3M Bra thing that goes over top on them.
  • I put in a set of Hoen Endurance H3 bulbs as well which really do a good job at cutting through fog with a rich yellow.

I can read Impreza and Subaru THATS about it








End results









***ALSO not pictured is the JDM Rockblocker clear covers on the fogs. Well they are there you just can't see them because they are clear. I forgot to mention that. Rockblocker has them but getting them is insanly tough and customer service is one person with their cell phone off, took forever but I got them. Worth it since i don't want chips in the glass lol

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  • Then in MAY of 2009 I picked some more items up, including that is not shown 4 NEW Dunlop Direzza Sport Z1 Star Spec's for the Summer BBS's. I finally got around to getting another, more flexible V7 Lip. This time its Polyurethane. (Last one was fiberglass I broke) It came kind of ruffed up so I went to Advanced and picked up for some flat black bumper spray paint (for the flexibility) and spray bombed it black and it came out looking awesome.

Before when I got it




After hitting it with bumper paint (for flexing)




  • Next up about 9 weeks ago I took my summer stock BBS wheels which were silver to Bonehead Performance in Warminster, PA. These guys do GREAT work! They don't cut corners and driving the 2 hours was worth it. I had them powdercoated Black Satin Smooth which has a 50-60% clear. They came out looking awesome.

Stock Silver




Black Satin Smooth





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  • Most exciting for me is BC Coilovers. After finding out one of my struts was squeaky I acquired these from JNA Performance a performance company in CT. They worked with me on the price and I am happy with the outcome. I read many reviews on Nasioc and EvoM about them and I never read anything bad about them. I also picked up Rear extenders for the back so I don't have to remove my back seat every time I need to adjust the damping.



  • My buddy and I got together and we put in in my coilovers with a lift which was nice everything went well aside from the lower bolt in the both the rear struts half inch away from the CV boot. After breaking a wrench Joey his mechanic stopped by and torched it to heat it up and it came right off lol the install went fast it was just the period of deciding on a ride height.
  • The coilovers are BC Racing BR Series and I love them and how they handle. Everyday I am trying to figure out what damping setting I want. Today I was on 28 Soft for the rear and 30 Soft for the front for a smooth ride to work and on the way home I went more aggressive and went 18 Hard in front and 20 Hard in rear. I usually ride around at 7/10 hard

Old vs NEW



BEFORE


AFTER



Rear Extender







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November 1st 2009 a bunch of guys went up to Beaver Springs Raceway and I finally put a good run in launching at a mere 4000RPM



****VIDEO BELOW****


LEFT SIDE NUMBERS

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4/4/2010

This weekend I got around to installing my AEM UEGO wideband and CF cup which will make tuning easier. Pillerless grill Photos taken with a crappy point shoot since I was exhausted from today (Easter) Big thanks to my buddy Jesse who helped weld the sensor to the DP





After seeing a thread on here and after some reading I decided the new mod I wanted to do. With some bondo, a hacksaw and some spray paint here is the result for the Badgless Grill Mod.
(my camera)



(exposure through the roof to show it all)

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Old 09-08-2010, 11:57 AM   #8
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4/17/2010

About a month ago my fiance got me some TiC and Kartboy shifter parts for me for our anniversary and I got to installing them with some help with friends at Shippensburg since I needed tools I know I did not have lol. The install took about 5 hours with some trouble shooting. Also at some point in a down pour my exhaust got REALLY loud and I got to enjoy and figure out why my exhaust got silly loud. I found the issue further down the page.

The parts that went in were:

TiC STi Shift Linkage Bushings
Kartboy Rear Shifter Stay Bushing
Kartboy Short Shifter
TiC 6MT pivot bushings

(I installed all the other parts that would of made the super shift kit already)

Anyway we dropped the exhaust from the mid-pipe to clear some space since the shifter assembly was above it. This gave me time to swap out a gasket I blew out on the catback the day before. We removed the entire shifter assembly to be able to do the shifter link bushings which needed a press. Aside from random punches we needed for the shifter the rest was pretty easy.

Shifter link bushings are what took the longest it seemed



I already had the 2 Grey front bushings installed



The rear shifter stay


Kartboy short shifter and pivot bushings installed



Everything assembled and complete



Definitely found the problem lol


This was outside their shop we worked at. It looks like its from the 80's but the sodas are new so they def. stock it, still I thought it was photo worthy


This is everything that was included when I got it, I mean it doesn't look like much but for someone like myself who is somewhat mechanically slow I think I did ok haha


Overall I am very pleased with it. I really like having no slop in the shifter itself, the throws are shorter and obviously its shorter in length. It feels great and those poly urethan bushings should last for a very long time given they are not the old rubber bushings.


Then pics from the Cunningham State park I thought looked pretty cool. Highly recommend going up there for the roads are REALLY curvy and fun!





I am a photographer so I love taking photos fyi lol

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6/19/2010

annnnnd this happened:









After talking with Rick from IAG who never heard of this happening to an STI before we came to the conclusion I needed a new one lol I called Jackie at Annapolis Subaru where I get all my Subaru OEM Parts at and got a new Crank Pulley. The next day put on the new crank pullet and all new AC/PS belts and its good as new. I have the old one sitting at my desk at work as a paper weight lol The funny thing is, it actually started to come loose when I was at Wicked Big Meet which was a 8.5 hour drive for me but it only broke when I got home!





*The rest and more updated photo's can be found on my website: http://www.mattwileyphotography.com/...-wrx-sti-2005/
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UPDATE: 9/8/2010

Car is holding strong and since I bought it 2.5 years about with around 36,XXX miles on it and now has 80,559 miles on and still holding strong. I Daily Drive this car everyday to work which is about 35 miles a day plus weekends I am always in it. Stock Clutch still no issues or slipping. DBA Rotors however will soon be in order since the stockers are getting a little rough and getting to the point where they cannot be re-surfaced, so either 4 DBA Street slotted rotors and DBA 4000's will be in order here soon as well as some Hawk HPS Pads.

Can't leave out the vanity plate =)


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Very nice. Looks like you did a lot of homework and research before ever taking a step. The results show.
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Very clean car.Powder coating looks good on the BBS!
my only suggestion is color match the front lip.
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Very clean car.Powder coating looks good on the BBS!
my only suggestion is color match the front lip.

Thanks guys, I like the contrast of the lip being black because of the rear spoiler being black (CF) but probably the most important reason I leave it flat black is because every spring I hit with flat black bumper paint and it looks brand new again. I wouldn't want to paint match every spring. I'm lazy
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I want a sweet deal on Coilovers!

Nice work Steve.. I mean Matt (I seriously thought your name was Steve because that's what the s/n looks like )

Anyways enough of me rambling. Nice work!

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so that's what my greddy evo 2 should look like
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nice writeup!! lookin' good now

<3 yoar jdm fogs!
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I like the drop. Perfect height
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I want a sweet deal on Coilovers!

Nice work Steve.. I mean Matt (I seriously thought your name was Steve because that's what the s/n looks like )

Anyways enough of me rambling. Nice work!

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so that's what my greddy evo 2 should look like
I was under the car the other day fixing an exhaust hanger and then came in and saw that photo and remembered how shiney and nice it was. Now PA salty roads and snow has changed things a bit lol Least there is Never Dull for the tip so it at least looks good haha

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nice writeup!! lookin' good now

<3 yoar jdm fogs!
I have the actual write up I did for installing the JDM fogs but posting that would take up 2 pages lol I love them to, I just didn't love the price tag when I bought them. It will also make getting an FMIC more fun since I refuse to take them out when I get one which leaves me APS or custom bends to go up, over or around it
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That was last week! I know you too new pictures since then

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love the thread, like the mods! I've never seen a harmonic dampener pulley do that before!

Ive done so many mods to my WRX I dont think I could make a thread about my car. Too many pics, and too many variations of my car stock / then modded / then stock/ then more modding
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That was last week! I know you too new pictures since then

Hai
Herrow, I just forgot to update it since then and yes I take photos everyday. I remembered to put them on the website however haha Now that is cold I stick models for shooting indoors and cars in the summer, if you know any females who want photos let me know, no charge until it snows

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love the thread, like the mods! I've never seen a harmonic dampener pulley do that before!
Yeah neither has Subaru, IAG and myself as well seen that happen before, but the old one sits at my desk at work, where I am now since it was so bizarre.
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that car is awesome. jdm fogs are adorable! cgm is a classic. wish it was on the new wrxs
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