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Old 01-13-2013, 11:17 AM   #451
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I can promise you this, you will do a much nicer job than an angry Tranny bangin up your tunnel
Wow. An angry tranny bangin' up your tunnel sounds painful. :rofl:
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Old 01-13-2013, 06:28 PM   #452
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As for as what chassis have more clearance is there anymore info on this? I assume all of the 02-07 imprezas are the same.
There has been some mixed results with the blast plates, some people have had no issues installing them and some have had to clearance slightly, even if they seem to have the exact same setup. It could be because there is quite a bit of play in the motor mount bolt holes and the trans cross member. Maybe some guys had the motor more towards one side than others? Maybe some of the sheet metal there is not exact from car to car because its normally not a critical area? Hard to say but a few taps with a ball peen hammer seems to be a quick fix and not remove any paint.

I can say that my Forester has plenty of room for them due to the trans and engine being about 1.5" lower in the chassis than the impreza.
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Old 01-13-2013, 10:52 PM   #453
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There has been some mixed results with the blast plates, some people have had no issues installing them and some have had to clearance slightly, even if they seem to have the exact same setup. It could be because there is quite a bit of play in the motor mount bolt holes and the trans cross member. Maybe some guys had the motor more towards one side than others? Maybe some of the sheet metal there is not exact from car to car because its normally not a critical area? Hard to say but a few taps with a ball peen hammer seems to be a quick fix and not remove any paint.

I can say that my Forester has plenty of room for them due to the trans and engine being about 1.5" lower in the chassis than the impreza.
Cool deal. Yeah. I need to get my mounts in along with the bushings
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Old 01-15-2013, 03:14 AM   #454
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^^^ that inlet tube is INSANE! Are you on a stock intake manifold? How about phenolic spacers?

haha - emailed! with good news! Good to hear about the auto-x monster! No prob. on the fuel rails - we can do a set of our off-the shelf rails, or we can do custom rail lengths since we tap the end and injector fittings in-house.

how can I turn that into a or better yet ???

Gas tank removal is nooooo fun! There's a check valve on top of them that sometimes goes bad - manual says pull the tank. Uhhhh...I'd rather leave it unchecked

We are working on better directions for the Blast Plates now, but one important point is that the upper-most m10 bolt head should be facing the passenger side. You can also ensure that both the transmission cross brace and the motor mounts are zero'd out, as they both allow for adjustment. PM if you have any specific fitment questions, or shoot over a call!

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Yes have 8 mm spacers, running a crazy ported stock intake but cosworth in the future soon

And yeah 40-50 pound weight savings by using 10 gallon fuel cell and no more gas tank!!
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Old 01-15-2013, 09:19 AM   #455
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You guys making any headway on project mount Godzilla!?

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Old 01-15-2013, 03:53 PM   #456
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Any news on the blast plates?
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Old 01-15-2013, 03:56 PM   #457
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Are the downpipes ready to ship yet?
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Old 01-15-2013, 07:32 PM   #458
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Cool deal. Yeah. I need to get my mounts in along with the bushings
Your set is heading out this week! We have a bunch going out; We're just waiting for a few more sets to finish off those that have paid up!

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Yes have 8 mm spacers, running a crazy ported stock intake but cosworth in the future soon

And yeah 40-50 pound weight savings by using 10 gallon fuel cell and no more gas tank!!
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You guys making any headway on project mount Godzilla!?

Paypal is ready to be friendly with you whenever . Just lmk
50 pounds is a good bit off of one of these oinkers. Good to know on the spacers - this will help wit the fab up.

I'm still trying to muster the strength to lift this thing! lol But we've had that beast in the engine bay several times already. If you could somehow eliminate the entire right hand strut tower....in the words of Lumbergh...that would be greaaaaaat j/k

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Bunch of sets going out this week! Sorry for the delay all. We're hustlin!!

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Are the downpipes ready to ship yet?
A bunch of downpipes are going out this week - I'm hoping to have yours coated up to get it out this week. If, not, it would be early next week.
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:05 PM   #459
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Perfect. Thanks for the heads up. I'm getting pumped get the new driveline an suspension in and roll my rear quarters and squeeze these 17x9 CR-Kai's in there w fresh 255/40 star specs. I honestly have done a bit more this winter so far than I thought
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:46 PM   #460
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Perfect. Thanks for the heads up. I'm getting pumped get the new driveline an suspension in and roll my rear quarters and squeeze these 17x9 CR-Kai's in there w fresh 255/40 star specs. I honestly have done a bit more this winter so far than I thought
Cr-Kai's! AWESOME!! Where did you score those??
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:50 PM   #461
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Cr-Kai's! AWESOME!! Where did you score those??
Honestly caught them by word of mouth about 2hrs from my driveway with new rubber and 1k miles on them. Haha.
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Old 01-16-2013, 04:57 AM   #462
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CR-Kai's in 18x8.5 are what I have on the STI. They came with it, fortunately. I am not sure I would spring for a set of these new.

Awesome looking wheels and lighter than the factory BBS 17s even though the wheel is bigger.

Enjoy!
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Old 01-16-2013, 01:27 PM   #463
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Defiantly will.
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Old 01-16-2013, 06:22 PM   #464
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^^^ Definitely one of my favorite wheels! Work just knows what's up. ^^^
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Old 01-16-2013, 08:04 PM   #465
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Do u guys have a completed pic of uppipe with header/uppipe flange and the twin wastegate v band flanges welded on?

Kinda interested in a t4 twinscroll uppipe.
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Old 01-16-2013, 09:11 PM   #466
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can't believe people still haven't paid.... crazy
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Just wondering since this revision, I know you said my plates were about to ship the other day...my car is a 2007 WRX. You had mentioned some have more room than others ans such..guess i'm wondering if they had shipped yet or if your were shipping me the revised set or if I would need the revision to clear.

Thanks a ton!
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You guys have any pics yet!! I can't wait. Motor is just about done!! This will be last parts I need
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Old 01-22-2013, 09:09 PM   #469
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Do u guys have a completed pic of uppipe with header/uppipe flange and the twin wastegate v band flanges welded on?

Kinda interested in a t4 twinscroll uppipe.
Thanks for the interest. We don't have any great pics of the entire rig unfortunately; just some stuffed in engine bays

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can't believe people still haven't paid.... crazy
It's understandable. People change their minds. This makes it tough to decide between taking deposits and just getting full payment later on in the production process; if you take deposits, then you have to refund them if the people don't follow through with the rest of the payment. if you wait to collect, then you can end up with a lot of people that back out, yet you still have to base your production #'s on the signed up count. Tricky.

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Just wondering since this revision, I know you said my plates were about to ship the other day...my car is a 2007 WRX. You had mentioned some have more room than others ans such..guess i'm wondering if they had shipped yet or if your were shipping me the revised set or if I would need the revision to clear.

Thanks a ton!
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We're going ahead with the revision just to make sure every chassis (that we know of) is compatible.

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You guys have any pics yet!! I can't wait. Motor is just about done!! This will be last parts I need
We've been a little buried with Blast Plate revision work, but we've been fooling with yours. Verdict (for fitment reasons) : 1.75" to 2"
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if you mean 2 inch on the piping thats what i thought we were going with anyway. theres nothing wrong with that.

And yeah i see ^ you guys are kinda wrapped up with the blast plate stuff. Ill be ok i can wait.
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have you guys ever driven a subaru without power steering?? just wondering how bad it is and if its bearable
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Moore Performance-im getting ready to order wastegates- tial 44's right?
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Old 01-23-2013, 08:11 PM   #473
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if you mean 2 inch on the piping thats what i thought we were going with anyway. theres nothing wrong with that.

And yeah i see ^ you guys are kinda wrapped up with the blast plate stuff. Ill be ok i can wait.
it's all good on the BlastPlate front now! No worries! And what I meant was 1.75" primaries with 2" secondaries/up-pipe. This is better

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have you guys ever driven a subaru without power steering?? just wondering how bad it is and if its bearable
It depends what kind of meats are on there. Shop fozzy has a manual made by fully converting a power rack; it's a bit of a beast! I think they're bearable if you don't have like 295 Hoosier's or something, you don't parallel park on the regular and don't really worry about quick transitions. have to do it the right way though; no p.s. line looping and what not.

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YES
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Old 01-23-2013, 08:31 PM   #474
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sweeet on the wastegates.

ehh i run like 265's. i guess ill keep the power steering for now.

sweet on header and up pipe. hopefully it flows enough for huge power but it should help with the spool for sure . we shall see. im super excited.

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Old 01-24-2013, 08:23 AM   #475
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downpipe ETA?
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