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Old 04-18-2011, 08:40 AM   #1
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Sold Sold!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Really a feeler at the moment. But if someone wants it and we get a good deal going I'll sell.

Tons of photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/stir0b0...7626535594018/

For Sale:
2004 STi with ~54k miles on it
Why would I sell such a car: It gets 21 mpg on a good day. I love this car, but having it pull double duty as DD (soon) and fun autox/weekend car does not work for me. I can save a ton of money by going with a hybrid (and a project car) due to my 100 mile+ a day commute. This has been a long time coming and has nothing to do with current gas prices and more to do with other things.

Currently the car gets driven about once a week.

I’ve owned the car for 5+ years and bought it with only 6,000 miles on the odometer.

The car is paid off (as of a while ago). I have the title in hand.

The car does get autocrossed, but this is only about 3-5 times a year and it doesn’t provide much extra wear and tear on the car. The car has never seen any track time.

I have received 0 tickets while driving this car. I am a responsible, mature driver with a good clean driving record (28/married/kid/house).

Exterior:
Pros:
-New front splitters (as of 2 months ago) - why? Because I sold the old ones and though a cusco lip would be a good idea...but it wasn’t.
-new JNA vlimited style lip (as of 2 months ago)
-Fog light housing vent for intake (I also have the original one, but it is stickered up)
-Fully badged trunk with tint on 3rd brake light
-Rallyarmor mud flaps (black with black lettering)
-Garage kept since bought
-Never been in an accident
Cons:
-Small dent on passenger side fender from lawnmower handle (picture). Dent did not penetrate paint. It is barely noticeable.
-Driven in snow/salt/etc. Paint isn’t perfect.
-Small blem on trunk (picture)
-The fender liners in the front are held to the bumper via zip ties. This is because subaru fender liners weren’t meant to be fiddled with too much and if you use the pop tabs on them more than once (to, say, remove the splitters) they tear. This is common in these cars and doesn’t affect drivability/safety/looks/etc.

Interior:
Pro
-Pioneer F700bt bluetooth, CD, Nav, phone, ipod, voice command, SD card, etc headunit
-Sony Xplod speakers (unknow which ones are installed as the car came with them)
-Boss underseat sub (fills out the sound without adding weight, etc.)
-Full 05 console conversion with black HVAC, JDM hazard switch, etc.
-auger resources red stitched ebrake boot, shift boot, and arm rest
-extended armrest
-uber JDM GSSM SSM ECU monitor (thread) (Will possibly be removed)
-STRI DSD Oil pressure guage in left HVAC vent (picture)
-Both rug (blue with sti emroidery) and subaru OEM all season floor mats included
-matching dead pedal
-Spare, jack, etc. in great shape and never used
-Red LED conversion for everything inside except the HVAC
Con
-05 console does not have working rear cup holders.
-normal wear and tear

Suspension/etc:
-Tokico D-Specs with about 10k on them. -with the extenders in the rear for easy adjustments
-RCE Yellow springs
-Stock rear top hats
-Whiteline Com-C front top hats
-TiC bump stops
-Cusco rear triangular brace (believe it or not a full size graco stroller will fit in the trunk with this installed)
-APR front strut bar
-Whiteline 27-29mm front bar
-Whiteline 24-26mm rear bar with kartboy endlinks
-kartboy rear subframe lockdown bolts
-whiteline steering rack bushings
- -2.5 deg camber front (can’t remember the rear) 0 toe all around
-Ebay pink HBRACE (probably made by megan...not that it matters)
-Kartboy short shifter and all bushings (including the TiC stay bushings)

Wheels:
-The gold stock BBS’s could use a refresh. They have some scratches, curb rash, and baked on brake dust.
-Falken 512’s with ___ tread left
-Optional/dealable - Near perfect condition Gold Enkei RPF-1’s (5x100 17x8 +45 with Hankook RS2’s with a lot of tread life left (drove on them last summer and that was it.) and Mcguard lug nuts (silver)

Brakes:
-Stock brembo calipers
-Stoptech posiquiet pads
-DBA slotted rotors
-The passenger’s rear calliper would not come off of its mounting bracket during the rotor change and one of the mounting bolts had to be machined out. Unfortunately the machine shop that put the helicoil in only had SAE helicoils. The caliper is fine and I even painted the back side of the caliper to indicate that an SAE tool should be used during the next service.
-TiC master cylinder brace.
-Motive brake bleeder with subaru adapter available if needed/wanted.

Engine:
-315 awhp (321 if you mess with the SAE smoothing in the Dynojet software) and 341 ft/lb torque)
-tuned on a Cobb v2 accessport by Mach V
-Motul, German Castrol, or Rotella oils used for the engine.
-Purlator or Subaru OEM filters used for oil changes.
-Oil changes every 3,000-4,200 miles depending on driving conditions (autox, commuting, etc.)
-Redline shockproof used for the diffs.
-Saiku Michii catch cans installed, but they don’t collect much at all (almost no blowby indicates a healthy engine and turbo).
-Force performance HTA68 turbo (<2k old)
-trimmed stock heatshield (the best heatshield available for a reasonable price)
-deatschwerks 750cc injectors (<2k old)
-Walbro Fuel pump (<2k old)
-misc silicone hoses that went with the turbo upgrade (<2k old)
-APS 65mm intake
-Invidia divorced catted downpipe (no emissions problems)
-Maddad &ldquo;halfback&rdquo; midpipe
-Prodrive oval tip axleback
-Timing belt service not done (but will be done at 60k if reached prior to sale)
-30k service included new PCV valve
-Even with the upgrades it still gets around 19 or 20 mpg.

Spares:
-Stock intake system
-Stock fuel pump
-Stock clock housing (I think I have one laying around)

Pricing:
$18,000 - Willing to deal. Will take trade for a prius or hybrid civic.
+turbo upgrade that isn&rsquo;t wild and was done professionally
+handles perfect for autocross out of the box. (adjust the sways and it&rsquo;ll handle great at the track)
+low miles for the year
+interior upgrade done neatly and tastefully
-Condition of the stock wheels
-Minor dent on fender
-Normal paint wear and tear
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Old 04-18-2011, 08:59 AM   #2
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Bump for a great car! I've been in it a few times and it's clearly very well thought out and well taken care of.
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Old 04-18-2011, 09:11 AM   #3
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great car.
great seller.
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Old 04-18-2011, 12:42 PM   #4
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I feel the same way about mileage and possibly getting a hybrid...bump. GLWS
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Old 04-18-2011, 02:56 PM   #5
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I know you said pics to come but could you send me a couple when you can

Thanks
What about a 2007 civic ex. We get around 42-45 miles hwy driving

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Old 04-19-2011, 08:19 AM   #6
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I know you said pics to come but could you send me a couple when you can

Thanks
What about a 2007 civic ex. We get around 42-45 miles hwy driving
Unfortunately I'm not interested in that civic.

I'll post pictures in a bit...if the weather would cooperate and I could find the time.
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Old 04-19-2011, 08:27 AM   #7
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Daily bump and more information/"why that part?":
I installed saikou michii catch cans based on the advice of several mechanics and enthusiasts. Why dual: http://www.iwsti.com/forums/how-inst...all-diary.html
and http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/showthread.php?t=754710 (noted as the "right way")

From the manufacturer: http://www.saikoumichi.com/faqs_page.html

Beautifully machined (my picture...prior to installation):
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Old 04-19-2011, 08:48 AM   #8
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What about $10k + turbo Miata and hardtop?
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Old 04-19-2011, 09:02 AM   #9
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Quote:
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What about $10k + turbo Miata and hardtop?
I want a miata, lol bump for a low mileage 04
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Old 04-20-2011, 10:38 PM   #10
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Daily bump and more information/"why that part?":


Why? Extra HP...didn't cost an arm and a leg...is very streetable. It's like a vf39 but with more power and more top end. With a larger top mount intercooler it would be even better. With E85 even better (but I can't find it near my house) and with a meth kit even better. (I haven't tried either due to budgetary and extra maintenance costs.)

It also fit the powerband I wanted for autocross.

More discussion than anyone would ever want to read: http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1763106

Power produced with the setup:
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Old 04-21-2011, 07:26 PM   #11
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The daily:
Pioneer f700bt headunit:
http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/PU...on/AVIC-F700BT

Why is it cool?
-Syncs to my phone when i turn the car on (bluetooth).
-Plays music off the iphone/ipod.
-I can speak to it and say "play the the artist ...." and it will play music from that artists.
-I can speak to it and say "call wife work" and it will call my wife at work
-I can plug in an SD card and play music off of it as well.
-I can play video off of an ipod (and i think sd card or usb thumb drive).
-It is very hackable: custom interface, poi's, car icons, camera warnings, etc.
-I can get turn by turn spoken directions to anywhere in the US from it.
-It lights up red to match the interior lighting.

(please excuse the messiness...car is getting vacuumed, picture was from the middle of the winter, and that upper din-where-the-clock-goes-piece; I'm doing something about it shortly (reinstalling the clock/stock looking gauge thing))


That little nub near the AC vent is one of those cell phone clips. I use it to clip my Cobb Accessport for easy viewing.

I'm also including that iphone 4 mount. If you don't want it I can take it off and it won't show any marks from installation.
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Old 04-22-2011, 04:36 PM   #12
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Your daily:
RCE yellow springs and tokico-d spec struts:

The yellows are considered by some to be the best springs you can put on an sti. Racecomp did a lot of research and testing with these before releasing them to the market. These are the v2 springs (an earlier version had some paint issue on the front springs...which Racecomp fixed by replacing them for free!!! That's how good this company is.).

http://www.turninconcepts.com/produc...=600&osCsid=d9

These springs are mated to tokico d-spec struts. These are adjustable struts which makes it easy to match the damping to the spring rate of the yellows. You can also adjust them to suit your driving style if you'd like). These come with the adjustment extenders so you can easily adjust the rear struts without removing the seat.

http://turninconcepts.com/product_in...roducts_id=555
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Old 04-24-2011, 12:02 AM   #13
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bump for a lot of photos (see first post)
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Old 04-25-2011, 08:04 PM   #14
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SaLE PENDING!
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Old 04-26-2011, 05:42 PM   #15
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Very good deal. Bump for you.
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Old 04-26-2011, 06:49 PM   #16
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SaLE PENDING!

GASP!
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Old 04-26-2011, 08:43 PM   #17
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Gasp x2
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Old 04-27-2011, 06:54 AM   #18
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Yeah gasp! In a couple of hours I trade paper for car!
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yoko... you are breaking up the band!
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Old 04-27-2011, 07:53 AM   #20
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yoko... you are breaking up the band!
Aren't you the Yoko? Mr. corvette driver.
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Old 04-27-2011, 09:23 AM   #21
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Hey this isn't about me
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Sold!!!!
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