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Old 09-16-2014, 08:03 PM   #1
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Useful Thread Posts:
Flip Key Mod DIY
GR Fog Output Mod DIY
IAG Air/Oil Separator Review/Install
GTSpec Steering Wheel Install
The 08-14 Spot Weld Thread (How to Check your Welds)
TapTurn Flasher Module, Switchbacks w/ Videos
DIY Stock Shift Boot Re-stitch
Reid's Brembo Swap Guide (fitment info, how-to's, reconditioning, part numbers, pics, install, tips....)



Car: 2011 Subaru Impreza WRX Limited
Color: Satin White Pearl (37J)
Purpose: Daily Driving

Flickr: www.flickr.com/photos/reidelattrache (all watermarked photos should be clickable to the hi res shots)
Instagram: @reide181
Tumblr: reidelattrache.tumblr.com

***Any mods that have a dedicated post in the thread will be marked "(link)" to avoid confusion with the ads that NASIOC automatically places here...

Factory Subaru Options:
-All Weather Mats (Summer)
-Bluetooth
-Footwell Lighting (link)
-HIDs with leveling
-Homelink Mirror
-iPod USB Connectivity
-Leather Seats and Wheel (with red contrast switching and red WRX logo)
-Sunroof
-XM Radio (OEM antenna replaced with a smaller one)

Engine/Transmission/Fuel:
-Cobb SF Intake
-Cobb SF Intake Box
-Cobb Turbo Heat Shield
-Cobb XLE BPV (link)
-DeatschWerks DW65c Series Fuel Pump (link)
-IAG Performance Competition Series Air/Oil Separator (link)
-Misfittoywerks Custom Straight Pipe (for the more "obnoxious" me)(link)
-NGK Iridium "One Step Colder" Spark Plugs (link)
-Perrin Cat-Back (for the more "stealthy" me)
-Perrin Shifter Bushings - Front and Rear (link)
-Process West TMIC (link)
-Tomei Catless Downpipe
-TWM Performance Short Shifter (link)

Management:
-Cobb AP V2
-Defi Red Racer Boost Gauge (link)
-Grimmspeed EBCS
-Innovate Motorsports DB-Red LC2 Wideband (link)
-Torqued Performance Stage 3 eTune

Fluids:
-Grimmspeed 5 Speed Transmission Cocktail (Pensoil, Castrol, Redline)
-Motul 5.1 Brake Fluid (link)
-Redline (Rear Diff)
-Rotella T6 5w40 (with Subaru Blue) (link)
-Royal Purple HPS 5w30 (with Subaru Blue)

Suspension:
-BC Racing BR Series Extreme Low Coilovers
-ISC V2 Lower Rear Control Arms (link)

Brakes/Clutch:
-Brembo Gold 4/2 Calipers (link)
-Circuit Motorsports Billet Clutch Master Cylinder Brace (link)
-DBA T3 4000 Series Rotors (front) (link)
-DBA T2 Street Series Rotors (back) (link)
-Hawk HPS Pads
-Perrin Master Cylinder Brace (link)
-MachV Motorsports Braided Stainless Steel Brake Lines (link)
-MachV Motorsports Rear Brembo Adapter (link)

Wheels/Tires:
-Dunlop DZ101 235/40-18
-Grapple 5mm Spacers (link)
-Rota Grid 18x9.5" +38
-Subaru Center Caps

-General Altimax Arctic 235/45-17 (link)
-OEM WRX Wheels (link)

Interior:
-Flip Key DIY (link)
-GTSpec D-Shaped Steering Wheel (link)(link2)
-Proto AP V2 Mount (link)
-Shift Boot DIY Restitched Red (link)
-SMY ClusterMaker Dual Gauge Pod 52mm (link)
-WC Lathe Werks Custom Stainless Steel Sphere Shift Knob (Burnt Gunmetal) (link)
-WeatherTech FloorLiner DigitalFit (Winter) (link)

Exterior:
-Gladman Performance Fabrication White Radiator and Alternator Cover (link)
-JDM/EURO Spec Fog Light Bake (Output Mod) (link)
-JDM/EURO Spec Headlight Bake and Clear (link)
-Premium Auto Styling Tail Overlays
-Rallitek Front Plate Delete (In Memory of the OBS)
-Rallitek License Plate Frame (In Memory of the OBS)
-Rally Armor Mud Flaps
-Shorty Antenna (link)
-Tint World Supreme 35% Window Tint (link)

Lighting:
-Diode Dynamics HP5 LED Cargo Area Light
-Diode Dynamics SMF6 LED Dome Light
-Diode Dynamics SMF6 LED Map Lights

-Diode Dynamics D2S 6000k HID Bulbs
-Diode Dynamics HP5 LED Plate Lights (link)
-Diode Dynamics XP80 LED Rear Signals (link)
-Diode Dynamics XP80 LED Reverse Lights (link)
-Diode Dynamics XP80 LED Yellow Fogs (link)
-Mach V Motorsports LED Switchbacks (link)
-STI Turn Signal Mirrors (Heated)
-TapTurn Flasher Module (link)


Photosets (links):
09.16.14 - Super Moon and WRX vs EVO Comparison
09.18.14 - Diode Dynamic HID Bulbs, Switchbacks, Red Overlays, Gauges, and Headlight Clear
10.16.14 - Fall Pics
10.20.14 - WRX Silhouette Wallpaper (Hi-Res Download)
10.29.14 - Full Interior Shot
11.04.14 - Photo Shoot with StanceNation and CamberGang Photographer Dustin Brady
11.13.14 - Random Photoset
12.01.14 - WRX and EVO
12.09.14 - Rain Pics
01.01.15 - Garage Pics and Sheetz Truck Rolling Shot
01.07.15 - First Snow Shots
01.08.15 - Dirty Snow Set
03.11.15 - First Spring Pics
03.24.15 - First Brembo Pics

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Old 09-16-2014, 08:03 PM   #2
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Background Info/About Me:
I am a Pittsburgh based exotic-automotive photographer and engineering student who has an obsession with things that go fast! Basically sums it up! I've had my stupid moments. I've been right under 200mph in supercars on a few occasions. I've wheelied across frozen lakes on crotch rockets. Something about motors makes me happy, as you guys can understand. Anyway, I'll take you through my past vehicles.

The CBR:
Sold this summer of 2014. This bike meant a lot to me. I bought it wreaked and smashed to bits by the previous owner. Trailered it home and tore into it. Ended up modding it with my obsessive compulsive OEM+ style, like my Subies. Converted it to 2005 fairings in high gloss white, since the CBRs didn't come in white. Wanted it to be unique but still clean. Here is what I came up with.






Something about straddling a few gallons of gas on top of a super hot engine screaming at 15k rpms, going 150+, and shooting fireballs made this thing fun lol. Remember, speed has never killed anyone. Suddenly becoming stationary, that's what gets you (Clarkson). The looks I got while riding in 20 degrees were funny too. Then, August 2013 - First accident with a bike. Hit a deer head on, flew off the bike, slid across the road with the deer, and sadly the bike slid right into a telephone pole... Damn thing jumped right in front of me. I rebuilt the bike (again). I'm pretty sure the bike was fixed before my legs were. WEAR YOUR GEAR EVERYTIME YOU RIDE, saved my upper body and head. Lifeproof case saved my phone lol. Was wearing jeans and they were torn right off when I kissed the pavement. Learned my lesson and bought kevlar riding jeans.

The OBS:
Some of you might know me from the OBS and 2.5i threads. My previous baby was a 2010 Steel/Spark Silver OBS which I owned for over 4 years from 72-47xxx miles. I did everything in this car. I started out like every other Subie enthusiast. I thought I had this amazing rally car! So I originally used it for its intended purpose, and it took me everywhere. It wasn't until I took it a little too far and started to damage the car, that I thought I'd try the "stance" thing. Never again lol. But I did manage to fit the same 19x9.5" Grids under those small fenders. She's out there somewhere... Sadly, it was converted to stock and traded in. Talk about one of the hardest things I've ever done (emotionally)..... We converted it back to stock in one night. Here were some of the happier times:







So this brings us to the current WRX. I always wanted a white Subaru Hatch. They were always my favorite. Unfortunately, the OBSs weren't made in white. So this time around I found white! I bought the WRX pre-loved starting at 42,xxx miles, June 2014. Originally purchased at Boardman Imports of Ohio by the single owner from 7-42,xxx miles. Car was 99% stock (had mudflaps) when I bought it. Picture proof that it was stock for a least a little bit. Modding started as soon as I got home. I believe the exact time was 16 min from dealer to home.

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Old 09-16-2014, 08:04 PM   #3
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As the photographer....
Some of you might know me through automotive photography. This is my hobby, but of course helps pay for lots of Subie parts! Here is a taste at what I do...

Current Camera Bag:
-Nikon D7000
-Nikkor 50mm f1.4
-Nikkor 70's e-series 50mm f1.8
-Nikkor 35mm 1.8
-Nikkor 18-105mm f3.5-5.6
-Nikon SB700
-MeFOTO GlobeTrotter Tripod
-Revo Camera Slider
-GoPro Hero 2 Motorsports Edition with various mounts











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Old 09-16-2014, 09:09 PM   #4
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Car was stock for the 16 minute ride home from the dealer. First parts where the left overs from the OBS: BC coilovers, Perrin short throw shifter, wheels, strut tower brace and Rallitek bits. Had tails on order, so those came a few days later. "Cheap" mods were done within this first week also: headlight bake/clear along with front and rear de-badge. Then some debut pics!

EDIT: Write up on the headlights found here.


by Reid Elattrache, on Flickr

Also this first week was the Rex's first shoot. Well, more like a camera car to help with a shoot for Lamborghini.


by Reid Elattrache, on Flickr

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Old 09-16-2014, 09:17 PM   #5
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As soon as the LED STI mirrors came off the OBS, the caps were sent to paint for a nice coat of Satin White Pearl. The Cobb SF intake with box, AP V2 and Stage 1 tune were on within the second week. Week 3, came the Tomei catless downpipe, gauges, Perrin cat-back, and Eric's Stage 2 tune. I must say, Eric knows what he's doing and provides amazing customer service!

Some super moon glory


by Reid Elattrache, on Flickr

Some EVO Love: Evil X. and Evil Rex.


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Old 09-16-2014, 09:28 PM   #6
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Awesome pics dude
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Old 09-16-2014, 10:18 PM   #7
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Love the moon shot. Also the sti mirrors are a very nice touch. I know thats high on my want list!

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Old 09-16-2014, 11:22 PM   #8
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Nice mods and great pics!


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Old 09-17-2014, 01:10 AM   #9
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What, if any, wiring changes did you have to make for the STI mirrors?

Also you wouldn't happen to have part numbers for everything you needed? Subaru Genuine Parts isn't exactly clear on which parts are included in the "mirror assembly"


Can't exactly tell if item 1 in this diagram comes with the cover and the signal or what exactly. Any help would be appreciated.

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Old 09-17-2014, 01:25 AM   #10
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Awesome pics dude
Thank you man! Got a few more I'm finishing that I'll post tomorrow


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Love the moon shot. Also the sti mirrors are a very nice touch. I know thats high on my want list!

-Reese
Thank you, waited around for that shot for a while... clouds wouldn't move. I bought the mirrors for my old OBS and it was one of those mods I never saw again in person. It's the simple things!


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What, if any, wiring changes did you have to make for the STI mirrors?
On the OBS I had to tap wires at the relay under the dash and run wires through the door.... luckly the wrx and sti have the same harness for the doors. So the wrx is "prewired" for sti mirrors you could say. I didn't actually switch mirrors but instead I installed the leds in my existing mirrors. Wanted to keep the heated feature that the sti mirrors didn't have.

So technically, you can literally plug and play sti mirrors on a wrx. I decided to take the sti mirrors apart to install just the led part in my existing mirrors.

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Old 09-17-2014, 01:27 AM   #11
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On the OBS I had to tap wires at the relay under the dash and run wires through the door.... luckly the wrx and sti have the same harness for the doors. So the wrx is "prewired" for sti mirrors you could say. I didn't actually switch mirrors but instead I installed the leds in my existing mirrors. Wanted to keep the heated feature that the sti mirrors didn't have.

So technically, you can literally plug and play sti mirrors on a wrx. I decided to take the sti mirrors apart to install just the led part in my existing mirrors.


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Thanks for the info and reply.

So essentially you just stole power from the existing signal relays and ran it out to the door on the OBS?
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Old 09-17-2014, 01:31 AM   #12
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Thanks for the info and reply.

So essentially you just stole power from the existing signal relays and ran it out to the door on the OBS?
Yes sir, for NA Imprezas, wire tap and send that to the power wire for the LED. Ground the LED on one of the mirror bolts on the door frame. Turbo models you can plug and play the mirror harnesses if you use the entire unit. If not, just wire tap at the existing door harness.

Just saw your part number question now. I don't know the exact number but according to that diagram you posted. You'll need 3 and 5 for an entire setup. All Imprezas mirrors are made from the same housing. If you pop your existing mirrors cap (the painted part) off, you'll see a spot for the LED to mount and screw into. You just need to power it and provide the cap with the cutout for the LED.

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Old 09-17-2014, 01:41 AM   #13
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Yes sir, for NA Imprezas, wire tap and send that to the power wire for the LED. Ground the LED on one of the mirror bolts on the door frame. Turbo models you can plug and play the mirror harnesses if you use the entire unit. If not, just wire tap at the existing door harness.

Just saw your part number question now. I don't know the exact number but according to that diagram you posted. You'll need 3 and 5 for an entire setup. All Imprezas mirrors are made from the same housing. If you pop your existing mirrors cap (the painted part) off, you'll see a spot for the LED to mount and screw into. You just need to power it and provide the cap with the cutout for the LED.

Edit: I am on the app on my phone so I'm assuming you have an NA, can't read your bio. Correct me if I'm wrong

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Perfect. You answered all my questions. Appreciate it.

yeah I have the red OBS out in Washington State, we have chatted a bit on instagram (subiguy92)
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Old 09-17-2014, 08:53 AM   #14
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Perfect. You answered all my questions. Appreciate it.

yeah I have the red OBS out in Washington State, we have chatted a bit on instagram (subiguy92)
Oh! Awesome man! In fact I was talking about your car the other day to some buddies. Love what you've done with it!

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Old 09-17-2014, 09:00 AM   #15
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real nice car man, nice and clean the ride hight is perfect
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Old 09-17-2014, 10:26 AM   #16
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real nice car man, nice and clean the ride hight is perfect
Thank you! My OBS was too low, so with this car I refuse to mess up the fenders like before
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Old 09-17-2014, 12:11 PM   #17
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This past week I did the Process West TMIC, Cobb XLE BPV, and Grimmspeed EBSC. Out of any mod that I've done to this car, the biggest difference was the TMIC, hands down. Even untuned for the drive to get my windows tinted. It is amazing what colder air can do! Car boosts just as fast as the small stocker TMIC. Found it amazing that under hard driving conditions, I can pop the hood and feel the ice cold TMIC.

Also important to note... I've heard about the terrible factory intercooler piping but never thought too much about it. During Stage 2 revisions, Eric picked out that my car had a boost leak from the engine load being too high. My car was also back firing like a SOB. Turns out everyone was right about the shi*ty piping. Went to take the stock TMIC off and without loosening any clamps it slipped right off.....

Long story short. Get a better intercooler








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Old 09-17-2014, 02:29 PM   #18
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Oh! Awesome man! In fact I was talking about your car the other day to some buddies. Love what you've done with it!

Well thanks. It was your OBS that started it all.

I'm gonna try and do a road trip here soon, might end up out your way with my car.


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Old 09-17-2014, 04:53 PM   #19
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Well thanks. It was your OBS that started it all.

I'm gonna try and do a road trip here soon, might end up out your way with my car.


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That would be awesome! Let me know if you do and maybe we can head out and shoot
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Great job! You've done in a month what my plans for the next two years are for my WRX.
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Old 09-17-2014, 11:35 PM   #21
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Very well done. Your car is beautiful, keep up the awesome work, but dont change too much because your car is perfect. Only thing I would consider is a tint depending on your state's laws.
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Old 09-18-2014, 09:44 AM   #22
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Great job! You've done in a month what my plans for the next two years are for my WRX.
I had money saved up just for this project. I have a few more things in mind haha


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Very well done. Your car is beautiful, keep up the awesome work, but dont change too much because your car is perfect. Only thing I would consider is a tint depending on your state's laws.
Thank you so much! I agree on the tint, it needed done. Got 35% done the other day, haven't been around to taking pics of it yet. Only have one from my phone that I'll post later today.
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So finally had the chance to get the first photo set of the WRX to display some of the new parts







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Old 09-18-2014, 12:17 PM   #24
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35% tint and a phone pic!

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Old 09-18-2014, 12:31 PM   #25
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Clean car man. Love the color.
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