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Old 04-16-2013, 03:34 PM   #326
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Wow, subscribed. This has to be one of the best projects I've seen on this site
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Old 04-17-2013, 01:22 PM   #327
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wow, did not expect this when I peeked into this thread. This thing is awesome.
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Old 04-17-2013, 11:52 PM   #328
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you ready bernard !! pull your motor out all ready !!


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Wow, subscribed. This has to be one of the best projects I've seen on this site

thanks man ! cheers


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wow, did not expect this when I peeked into this thread. This thing is awesome.

lol ya it creeps up and still going strong now with the new toys going on ..









well today was a perfect day to pull it out and start the work on the car, lots of rain wash the salt away so why not bring the car home.

my new black wheels that are so black i cant get a good pic of them lol

GC8 VOLK Rays STi 5x100 16x7 ET 53 with the proper stickers for how ever long they last lol.










also i was going to use these on my Legacy EG33 build, but ill use them here first. Whitline KSB751 will reduce rear-end float particularly under acceleration... why not fits like a glove lol

made for the new style subaru 1989 to 2007, subaru sure does love re using something that works well over many years.



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Old 04-18-2013, 10:47 AM   #329
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Your new wheels look awesome. I'm so jealous.
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Old 04-21-2013, 09:00 PM   #330
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Your new wheels look awesome. I'm so jealous.
they came out all right, i just hope they stay like that for a while.






well the new BW s300sx FMW fits and is in, along with the JDM STi magnesium valve covers.

also had to take the timing belt off and pulleys so I could get to the oil feed line for the AVCS and get the screens out !.. pain in the butt but i had to get it done.

good thing I have room still for the 4" cone aem filter and set up for this turbo.

I had also changed the vacuum lines for the dual wastegates to hi temp silicone to handle the heat stress in that area.

just need to wait for the turbo pipe I ordered so I can complete it all.











and the new brakes set up with stainless steel pistons better for heat transfer on the fluid


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Old 04-21-2013, 09:31 PM   #331
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Ive been following from afar on rslibertyclub.org and thought id have to come and see the full thread here.

mad effort on this and youve given me some motivation for my own leone project (an MY83)

Keep it up!
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Old 04-22-2013, 12:39 AM   #332
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I'd normally oppose someone tearing apart a low mileage original car to mod but in this case I really like what you did. This car wouldn't even be worth much in low mileage stock form anyway. You made a completely boring car (just my opinion of course) into an all out badass machine that I'm sure turns heads whenever you ring out those gears. I mainly just looked at the pictures and your captions, not everyone else's comments so I'm sure you worked out the seat situation a while ago. However, I would have suggested taking the fabric off of the original front seats and using it to cover the racing seats so the seats are identical looking in fabric.

Great build!

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Old 04-29-2013, 09:11 PM   #333
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Ive been following from afar on rslibertyclub.org and thought id have to come and see the full thread here.

mad effort on this and youve given me some motivation for my own leone project (an MY83)

Keep it up!
thank man's ! looking forward to seeing your build.



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I'd normally oppose someone tearing apart a low mileage original car to mod but in this case I really like what you did. This car wouldn't even be worth much in low mileage stock form anyway. You made a completely boring car (just my opinion of course) into an all out badass machine that I'm sure turns heads whenever you ring out those gears. I mainly just looked at the pictures and your captions, not everyone else's comments so I'm sure you worked out the seat situation a while ago. However, I would have suggested taking the fabric off of the original front seats and using it to cover the racing seats so the seats are identical looking in fabric.

Great build!

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thank you, I had it stock for about a 1 year then decided to make it a bit more fun, now its more of a toy to me.

I wanted to keep my OEM seats all stock so ill put them aside and swap them in and out if need be, I found some nice blue fabric that it is a pretty close match so should look good.





















Ver 2 turbo pipes all made simple and silicone, with the fancy clamps. soon its time to tune this craziness.



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Old 04-29-2013, 10:05 PM   #334
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Wow love it!
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Old 04-29-2013, 10:28 PM   #335
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Wow. So nice.

Where did you buy clamps?
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Old 04-29-2013, 10:34 PM   #336
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Wow love it!
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Wow. So nice.

Where did you buy clamps?
it turned out pretty good, the clamps i got them from http://www.topperformanceparts.com/ bit on the expensive side but better to get the good ones and be done with it
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Old 04-30-2013, 01:19 AM   #337
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As I've stated, I haven't read through the whole thread, just looked at all of the pictures so pardon my question if it's already been stated but is your Top mount intercooler watercooled and aircooled?
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Old 04-30-2013, 10:49 AM   #338
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As I've stated, I haven't read through the whole thread, just looked at all of the pictures so pardon my question if it's already been stated but is your Top mount intercooler watercooled and aircooled?


yes the top thing is a AWIC set up
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Old 05-11-2013, 09:42 PM   #339
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so since I am waiting for Franz to come visit and do the magic on the tune for the s300sx, I add some Hella 550 amber retro lights.











and the 1986 Alfa Romeo GTV, 86 Subaru VS 86 Alfa lol



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Old 05-11-2013, 10:51 PM   #340
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Are those driving or fog lights?
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Old 05-12-2013, 04:39 AM   #341
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I honestly think this would be a sick sleeper, stock looking rims, remove the turbo sticker n fogs..But you've already spent quite a bit on those rims so I don't see that happening
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Old 05-31-2013, 11:02 PM   #342
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Are those driving or fog lights?
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I honestly think this would be a sick sleeper, stock looking rims, remove the turbo sticker n fogs..But you've already spent quite a bit on those rims so I don't see that happening

lol stock rims are 13" with brakes so small I would DIE trying to stop. The TURBO sticker is oem factory subaru ! no chance will i peel that off, but fog lights can come on and off as i please.






















well this thread will never die, its a long long build now, ill let the pictures do the talking ! and let the new build be built ASAP summer is near !


the old:

EJ22T Block: still ok

Wiseco pistons: fantastic ready for the spare block coming right after the new one ASAP

ACL Bearings: perfect and save a EJ22T block ! cant say that for the crank lol

Manley Rods: Never again will cheap parts ever touch my hands or come in to my shop !

11MM Subaru Oil Pump: First and last time EVER !!!! 10MM #1 OLD SCHOOL FTW !

ej20g spec RA R crank: dead for good now


rod bearing 4 said hell no !










The New: ASAP ! waiting for parts or else I would be done in a day build !.

Wiseco pistons: K601M975 new ones on the way

Carrillo Pro-H beam rods: SB-2LTR>-65137S

ACL Race bearings: 4B8296HX +5M8297HX STD size both mains and rods

10MM Oil Pump

and used EJ22T






thank the lord my JDM Spec-C heads are still perfect !







and my VW Jetta Recaro seats done ! need to order seat base and rails.

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Old 06-01-2013, 08:07 AM   #343
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This build is so awesome. I dream of the day i can do something like it.
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Old 06-08-2013, 01:59 AM   #344
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This build is so awesome. I dream of the day i can do something like it.
thank you its taking longer then it should go crazy now lol !











its time to go to War !!! so I am taking all 7 of my EJ22T blocks to get cleaned then put on the self and built one after another !... no more messing around !

this was the Original motor out the Leone ! what I am doing is getting a used crank which I have tons of them.. ill rebuilding this sucker with every single thing reused ! but the 11MM oil pump. stock head studs, new ACL bearings & anything & everything cleaned and Re- used ! I am also using a 400,000kms used 10MM oil pump that I know works on it !!!

I don't care at all if it blows up ! why ??? I all ready have another EJ22T block sitting at the machine shop waiting to get its brand spanking new pistons fitted !

The was broken motor !




The used parts all going back in again ! i dont care





EJ22T #3 getting ready to strip down ! bottom left.





also Just picked up this 40,000km JDM V9 STi EJ207 motor for a extra set of JDM big Flow heads !...... ill have two motors on hand now ready to swap in hrs !

Any one looking for a mint running Short block let me know !




The JDM tear Down !





JDM POWER ! 10MM PUMP on the newish V9 STi EJ207 !! every jdm motor below 2007 uses 10MM oil pump !!








Sold the Black GC8 STi Volk Rays TE37 rims ! going with 15' rims.. why tires tires tires, 205/50/15 has EVERYTHING !

IRS Motorsport Made in JAPAN ! Motorsport IRS HOME ...... Thank you Nakahara

wheels ill order once I'm done RC-G4 in Gold.

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Old 06-08-2013, 11:48 AM   #345
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Good riddance, I hated those Rays wheels on your car, just did not flow well.


Got any more pics of that adventure wagen in the background of the Alfa Vs pic?
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Old 06-08-2013, 01:12 PM   #346
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Been following this car for a while now, love it dude
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Old 06-08-2013, 01:15 PM   #347
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subscribed, incredible project man! Hope you can get it to the track/strip one day!
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Old 06-08-2013, 07:10 PM   #348
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Good riddance, I hated those Rays wheels on your car, just did not flow well.


Got any more pics of that adventure wagen in the background of the Alfa Vs pic?

lol, the VW van left dad fixed the motor off to body shop all ready. ill try find one after its done for you.




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thank you, pain in the butt but now I am going all out no more wasting time


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subscribed, incredible project man! Hope you can get it to the track/strip one day!
thanks man ! I am trying to get there its like something all ways happens.. this time Ill be ready to go with 2 motors on hand and 5 blocks ready to work with so there is no down time.
















these are the brand spanking new spare parts for the EJ22T #2 motor which is at the machine shop awaiting the Wiseco pistons, Carrillo Rods, ACL race bearings....






put my A/C back in for those hot days at the track doing circles around people !!! LOL




I got nice big holes all ready made for me !!




time to cut this sucker up I had enough of this not cutting business !! see the black lines.





6"inch Thick x 7"inch Tall x 20"inch Long AiR 2 AiR intercooler is coming !!! no more messing around at the kiddy pool !!
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Old 06-08-2013, 08:17 PM   #349
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Oh my awesome! Been watching this thread for awhile.

Now show us how you butchered that up!
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Old 06-08-2013, 10:46 PM   #350
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I love this. Way outside the box
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