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Old 01-31-2012, 05:48 PM   #51
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Got the wheels in. 17x10.5 +20 They weigh 20.5lbs per wheel which isn't to bad actually.



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Old 01-31-2012, 06:55 PM   #52
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Just read you thread, and dang this thing is awesome!!!!! Subscribed
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Old 02-01-2012, 06:43 AM   #53
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Wheels look good Johan, and that roll cage is an amazing good fit.. I used to rock crawl and we would make some custom cages like that for toyotas mostly. Very nice work. I can't wait to see the final product.
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Old 02-11-2012, 01:40 PM   #54
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Got my seats yesterday. Picking up my TSS-Fab parts today and my custom solid motor mounts. Woooo!!! Pics soon.

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Old 02-17-2012, 01:44 AM   #55
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Hey all. So after a long wait I finally have some parts in. Got my solid motor mounts. My buddy had some made for his car (GC8 w/ 618 whp) and had an extra set made to I jumped on them. So sick.



Also my new seats came in. NRG FRP large bucket seats. They fit 34-36 waist and they are super comfy. They are not the end all be all racing seat but with a limited buget they fit the bill and will get me going. They really are well made.



New bumper. 05-07 Mercury Mariner. It will take some work to get it to fit but its going to look sweet when its done. Much larger air gap and lower then the OE bumper. Also plastic so it should be able to take a beating. Also cheaper and lighter then a crappy fiberglass forester knock off.



And I saved the best for last. My TSS-Fab Crossmembers and powdercoated suspension parts. These things are so badass.



They allow me to lower my car almost 3" and still retain the stock suspension geometry. Way lighter and stronger then stock and all the links have high quality joints. I also have a tranny crossmember but it needs to be finished on the car before it gets a florecent powdercoating. Couple other parts from TSS are still in the works. Custom A-Arms w/ caster adjustment, custom front hubs with inset tie rod mounts to get faster steering, and custom rear hubs that will utilize the front 05+ bolt on hub. These are going to be a lifesaver at the track and it also relocates the strut mounting location over the center line of the axle for more strength. These are going to be some really sick pieces and I can't wait to see what Willaim comes up with.

So I am not sure when I am going to get these installed as I am waiting for a couple back ordered joints and for one of my dampers to come back from a rebuild but if you're bored you can bounce back over to my swapped widebody GC build as I finally got that back at the shop to finish up. More updates soon. I hope to order a couple more big parts once a couple other ones sell.

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Old 02-17-2012, 01:09 PM   #56
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Those are the Tigwerks motor mounts, right? Kelly gave me a set for my new build too, they are awesome!!

All that TSSFab stuff looks kick ass in that green! I think the front subframe William did for me is the same color, right?
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Old 02-21-2012, 12:55 PM   #57
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Yeah I ordered extra powder just for you..

I am hoping to have time to throw some of these parts in the fozy towards the end of the week. Just posted a motor for sale... EZ30R w/ a hydra so somebody buy it so I can order more parts for this. I have about 2 months to finish or I am driving the GFs car for the first event.

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Old 02-23-2012, 12:31 PM   #58
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Got a pic from Willaim at TSS of his top secret A-Arms hes makin me. Looks like these he'll be adding them to his line of other parts so at some point you to can be as cool as me.



These will have adjustable caster and even a bit of camber as well. They will also have built in roll centers for lowered cars and include tie rods for the steering knuckle. There are a couple other parts he got up his sleeve as well so stay tuned.

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Old 02-29-2012, 08:36 PM   #59
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Hey all. I have been working double shifts the past couple days. All day on the GC8 project and then a few hours on the foz to help get some progress done.

Got the rear hubs and diff out of the lego the other day so I started installing all the pretty suspension parts.

Started by re-assembling my coilovers:



Then I worked some weight out of the rear hub by cutting the dust sheild off. I want to do more but William and I have a couple ideas so I don't want to put a ton of time into these. Managed to pull 3.2lbs out of each one.



Then I lightly installed all the rear TSS-Fab goodies. Everything fit great. This stuff is so much lighter then the stock stuff.







and to add the cherry on top I installed one of the wheels to see what I would be working with in terms of fitment. Got a couple spacers to mimic the thickness of the rotor hat and BAM!





They look great but it looks like I am going to have to make a 1.5-2" flare to tuck these once the 275/40/17s are put on. I need to look around I don't know if I want to do a metal flare or a frp one. Bolt on or mold in. lol Needless to say I'll be spending a lot of time browsing the web looking for some or car I can jack parts off of to make mine wider for cheap haha.





Tomorrow I am going to try to find time to get the front xmember in and the drivers side fenderwells cleaned and painted. I haven't gotten around to it since I couldn't reach them when the foz on its side.

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Old 03-07-2012, 04:43 PM   #60
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Soo cool! Nice Job Johann
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Old 03-08-2012, 08:54 PM   #61
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Got a bunch of stuff done to th fozzy. Working late. Update tomorrow.

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Old 03-10-2012, 12:37 AM   #62
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Love all your builds. What color are you going to paint it? Is the legacy getting the h6 still?
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Can someone post links to other builds? I love your work
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Old 03-12-2012, 03:09 AM   #64
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Just do a search for threads by him.

Some will be under "Bad Wagon", and others will be under "Girodisc".
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Okay I finally had some time to get on the comp for a bit. Got a bunch of work done to the foz the last couple weeks. Been working late and I have had to wait for a few parts on the GC to arrive so I make some good headway on the project.

Last finished off the parts a bunch of Willaim yummy TSS-Fab parts getting installed in the rear. Now it was time to work on the front.

Cross member and front coils in a freshly painted engine bay:



Then my day was happily interrupted by the arival of some parts. Got my Twinscroll 20G w/ 3" inlet and rear downpipe flage. I am hoping this will be a nice strong setup with my engine mods that are soon to come. I guess bloush makes upgrade for these too so if it dosen't make the power curve I want I can send if off to them for some additional love. Good part though. Really nice fittings and hardware. Should be getting the equal length header in the next couple days so I can cut it apart to make my custom mounted short pipe turbo kit.





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Next was getting the rest of the Front suspension in the foz. Got one side on and fitted the wheel.



Looked at the fitment and the wheel arch and since it was more square then say an more rounded Impreza one I just grabed is and started stretching it. I put a spacer on the lower mounted at the door to space it out to get some airflow for the wheel well and it is totally going to tuck. I pulled is 3" and it looks great. Gave me the idea to get another pair and ise them on the rear for my rear flares I am excited to start that in a couple more weeks.





Nice pics of the wheels on one side. I think they look preatty good.

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Next was a big day. Put in the a smaller non-abs Brighton Brake Booster and installed the pedals in the interior. I mounted it upside down to relocate the vacuum line port lower and out of the way. Not sure if I can do that or not but since there is only air in there I figure I wan always swap it if it dosen't work. Makes for a much cleaner look and a nice addition to my list of mods I can do for engine tucking jobs.



The weather was actually good so I managed to get under the Legacy to get the last few parts I needed from her for this project. Spent the rest of the day getting the engine and trans in. Its actually starting to look like a car again.



Set my intake manifold on and set the turbo where I was thinking of putting it. Should be perfect fit. I'll be cutting a duct in the light and making a sealed air box. This is going to remove about 4" of pipe out of my up-pipe on both runners for faster spool and as you can see, the intercooler pipine is pretty short. The fender linner will also be installed to keep excess water and debree off the up-pipe. I'll also be able to run the Wastegate dump tube out of the side of the bumper if I ever want to upgrade which would be awsome.



On the cold side there is a bit of an issue. The manifolds inlet will need to be mofied to fit the drive by wire throttle body and I am going to re-weld the intercoolers end tank to include the pipe all the way to TB to remove a coupler. The intercooler pipe will be less then 12" long and there will only be 2 couplers fromt he turbo to throttle body. Just like a Tmic but this dosen't have the heat sock issues. This should make for a much more dependable setup in terms of maintanence and flow. I am ether going to put the BOV just before the throttle body or on the end tank itself once everything is located I will knoe where I have the room. Also coming is Killer-B's Relocated Oil Filler Neck to get it ouf of the way and I can just bent the dip stick tube.



The last thing I did was set the tranny with the stock crossmember and then held it with a jack stand to remove the OE cross member and then fab up the new TSS-Fab / me custom solid tranny mount. He bent me the center pipe and end caps and I tack them on and got the forwad mount finished. I will be adding 2 more attachment points once a couple more of his goodies get here so I can install them and check fitment. Then its off to powder coating.



Once the A-arms and couple other bits get here I will be finishing the tranny mount and making my steering angle kit. Then while those parts are at powder coating I can start removing the excess wire from the harness and start putting the interior back together. A few of my parts I had for sell are going to be selling end of this week so stay tuned because I bunch or parts are going to be getting ordered over the next week or 2 so I can really start pushing for the home stretch.

I hope you have all enjoyed what I have been posting thus far.

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Old 03-13-2012, 07:32 PM   #68
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Really good stuff here!

Keep up the good work, and thanks for taking the time in keeping your thread updated.

Can't wait to see this bad boy hit the track and streets!
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Old 03-16-2012, 12:13 PM   #69
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Hey all. Update time. Started the day by getting the rear diff and remainder of the suspension installed.





Then I installed my Girodisc 2pc front and rear rotors and custom painted STi calipers. The calipers are off the Celaru cuz nobody wanted to buy them painted this way so I sold my green ones off the Legacy. I know I don't work for them anymore but they are some of the best rotors out there and this whole project is about getting the most out of every little part.



Got the wheels installed over the brakes and ran into a bit of a problem. Rear wheels fit great but the front not so much. Im going to need about a 15mm spacer to clear the face of the caliper. Not a big deal since I was wanting to run a spacer in the front anyways to promote oversteer but they touch on the hoop as well. Not by very much. The casting of the calipers puts 2 cast marks on the top of the caliper. They stick up about 1/8" higher then the rest of the caliper so the only logical thing to do is grind them down a bit. We have done it a few times at Giro to get upgraded brake kits to fit behind stock older Ferrari wheels. After they are ground down I should have just over 1/8" of clearence on the hoop so that should be enough. Brakes look pretty big in there given the tight fit haha.

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Last was the fender... Had to pull it another inch to clear the wheels/ tires since they had to be spacered out. Basically make a larger spacer for the back of the fender. I am going to hammer the inside of the fender today and finish them. A lot farther then I wanted to go but if I can still run the stock fenders and help some air flow out of the wheel well then so be it.



Last I took 2 step back shots before the GC8 was pushed back into the shop.





The goals for today:

Get the fenders finished up and spaced out.
Grind the Front Calipers Down
Fabricate the seat brackets and install them
Fabricate Bracket to install drive-by-wire gas pedal
Cut and for Mariner front bumper

And maybe if I have more time...

Install non/abs master cylinder
Install dash support brace
Fit STi dash
Install Steering Column
Sit in it and pretend I'm driving it...

Bwabwabwabwa, BWAAAAAA!!! Screeeeech!!, PSSSSHT!, BwaaaAAAAA!

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SEXY Time!! Jealous of my own parts, this car is nuts!
keep up the good work!
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Hey all. Its update time!!

Started the day by starting on that list I made myself in the last post.

First up was fitting the wheels. Got the spacers ordered but there was still the issue of the caliper touching the hoop of the wheel. Got out my grinder and 120g sanding disc and had my way with the calipers...



I have about and 1/8" of clearence now with the caliper and the hood and these is still planty of material on the caliper. I only had to grind down the taper of the cast lines to get them to work.

Next up was the fenders. I had already pull these poor guys 3" inches to get them to fit just the wheels. Now with spacers I had to pull them another inch. Started by flatening the inside lip of the fender at the door gap. Then I drilled out the M6 fender mount point on the chassis to weld in a M8 nut so I could use a larger stronger bolt. Made the spacer out of a 1/2" piece of square tubing and a washer.



(note the spacer is mounted diagnally for better air flow) Haha every little bit counts right... Got the fender right where I wanted it and luckally they are going to work. I have no idea how but these forester fenders are very resiliant. 4" of pull and they still look great.



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Next was probubly the most challenging part of this project. A fellow member on this forum was the insporation of this idea.

I saw a pic of EmaciatedCow black forester with this bumper that I had never sean before on a Forester. It fit so well at first I thought it was stock but then I realized it was from another car. Way larger air gap, it hangs lower for better aerodynamics and it was plastic so it was light and could take a beating. I searched the internet and parking lots for weeks trying to figure out what the hell it came off of and I fould it was off a Mercury Mariner. Bought the bumper and stuck it on and I knew it needed some modifications but the extent wasn't apperent untill then. Now I am going to show you the step by step of how I fitted this bumper to my Foz.

First up I cut the bumper in half... (right off the bat there is no going back haha)



Then I set the passgenger half on the Forester and traced it on the fender.



Then I took some masking tape and put it on the fender and traced the mark onto it. Looking back I would have put the tape on first so I didn't have to draw on the fender...



Trimmed it with a razor blade.



Removed the tabe and then applied the template onto the bumper.



Then trimmed the bumper (to start 1/4" inside of the templates edge)

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Next is where it gets fun. After years of putting things into cars that originally shouldn't have, I would like to say I am well on my way of becoming an expert at Frankenstein type mods.

Next I cut the fender at the front.



Then I cut the fender 2 more times on the side.



Then used those cuts to pull and flex the fender to fit the countures of the new bumper as best I could.



Surprizingly after a bit of work the bumper was fitting almost perfect..






Everywhere axcept for here...

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So cutting the fender was out of the question. After all the pulling and stretching I had to do to them to fit those wheels cutting any material out of them would ruin them and make them flimsy. So... I grabbed the stock bumper and made a filler piece.





40% there and looking pretty good.





Next I took the passenger side off and did these same steps to the driver side.



Now originally I started by cutting the bumper in half. The reason for this is because the bumper was about 2" to wide for the Foz. After the Drivers side was finished and fitting I re-installed the Passenger side.

Obviously there was some over lap. It went from this...



and after making the center line and being VERY careful with the cutting wheel to this..





Well there you have it. Mariner bumper on a Forester.





If you see thisEmaciatedCow, i'd love to hear your thoughts on how I did this and what you did to fit yours. Next to finish this off I will be making upper and lower supports so mount the bumper to the chassis securly and I am still toying with a few ideas of how to connect the 2 halfs of the bumper together. I don't want to mold it because I want to be able to replace just one side it I mess it up. Get more bang for my buck if I need to get another bumper at some point. So I just need to find some nice smooth mount fasteners.

More updates coming soon. Parts are flying in, so that means more progress. I need to make a ton of progress on the GC8 this week so I'll be working double shifts to keep the Forester going strong.

Mount the Seats
Install the Dash
Run the Brake Lines
Fabricate Turbo Kit
Fabricate Intercooler pipes
Fabricate quick steering kit... etc

Many of these mods I have to do on the GC8 so I will try to get both done on the same day to not get burned out. Stay tuned much more to come. This project is really coming together and the fast pace is really jazzing me up.

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Hey to the few that seam to go on here... Update time!!!



Cleaned the crap out of the shop yesterday to make more room in the shop for the foz and GC8 fab time and even cleaned up the back to recive the next in my crazy project ideas. Buddy of mine picked up and AE86 coupe and we are going to put an EZ30R in it. Custom tube chassis front end the works... I probubly post a build thread for that in a couple weeks.



Anywho after all the cleaning was finished I got to get some work done to the foz. Got the dash support brace and steering column installed.







Then I make a custom bracket that made it so I could bolt on the STi Drive-By-Wire gas pedal on to my firewall.







Then broke out some new parts and make the drivers side seat bracket..







and installed the seat. Spent about 10 mins playing speed racer and then went to bed.







This week is going to be a busy one for both the Forester and the GC8. Updates will be posted daily as deadlines for both cars draws near.



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