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Old 10-13-2012, 10:16 AM   #1
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Car:

2009 Subaru WRX Premium 5dr (Purchase date: 07/28/09, manufactured date: 04/09)

Exterior:
OEM Impreza Body Side Moldings
OEM Sport Grille w/ Red WRX badge
STI Marque Plate Custom JDM Front Tag
Hella Supertones Horns
Subimods Supertones Bracket
OEM Foglight Covers sprayed with Krylon yellow stained glass spray paint
Nokyo 2500k Hyper Yellow Foglight Bulbs 9006 / HB4
Foglight DRL conversion - http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=2383843
LightWerkz/TRS Retrofitted HID Headlights w/ Angel Eyes and amber reflector removed
Phillips HIR 9011 (HIR1) High Beams
Tint – 35% front, 15% rear, 15% tint strip
Harmon Motiv Taillight Overlays
Cree LED Reverse Light Bulbs
OEM Hatch Rear Bumper Cover
LED License Plate Bulbs
RallyArmor Mudflaps
CS Style Front Lip, Side Skirts, Rear Steps (Polyurethane)
Yakima Roof Rack & Yakima Old School Fairing 43"
COBB Stiffened Exhaust Hangers
Kartboy Stiffened Exhaust Hanger (rear)
M3 Style Spoiler (add-on)

Interior:
OEM Footwell Illumination Kit (red)
LED Interior Lighting Kit
OEM STI Lamp Pocket Light (red)
OEM Homelink Rearview Mirror
OEM iPod Adapter
STI 5-Speed Shift Knob
JPM Coachworks Italian Leather Shift boot & E-brake Boot (w/ red stitching)
JPM Coachworks Italian Leather Arm Rest Cover (w/ red stitching)
STI Rally Pads
Custom STI Floormats
Adjustable Mesh Pet Barrier
OEM All Weather Hatch Cargo Tray
OEM Rear Seatback Cargo Net
SMY Dual Gauge Cluster
Prosport Premium Series Boost Gauge
Prosport Premium Series Oil Pressure Gauge (How to mute Prosport gauges: http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show...2&postcount=21)
AEM UEGO Digital Wideband Kit
GTSpec D Shaped Steering Wheel
Pioneer AppRadio
JDM Navi Surround
Proto Tuning Holder

Suspension:
GTWORX/Bilstein Impreza Cup Sport Kit
RCE Yellow Springs (330/330, 15mm drop) RCE Black (Regular Guy) Springs (275/250, 25mm drop)
RCE Front Camber Plates (3/8" drop, aka 9.5mm drop)
FEAL 441 Coilovers (8k/8k)
RCE 25mm Hollow adj. Front Sway Bar
RCE 25mm Hollow adj. Rear Sway Bar
Kartboy Front and Rear Endlinks
Whiteline Rear Camber Adjuster Kit
Whiteline Rear Trailing Arm Bushings
Whiteline Front Inner Control Arm Bushings
Whiteline Anti-Lift Kit
Whiteline Steering Rack Bushings
Whiteline Front Differential Positive Power Kit
GTSPEC Strut Bar

Coilover Settings:
Height - 12 15/16" wheel center to fender (1/2 finger gap)
Dampening - 20 clicks Front, 21 clicks Rear

Summer Wheels/Tires:
Drag DR-31 18x9 +38 (custom powder coated Spanish Gold Metallic)
Falken Azenis RT-615 245/40/18 Sumitomo HTR ZIII 245/40/18
STI Center Cap decals
WheelTek Hubcentric Rings
WheelTek 3mm Spacers
McGard Spline Drive Lug Nuts (Gold)

Winter Wheels/Tires:
XXR 527 17x8.25 +25 (Gold)
Bridgestone Blizzak WS70 215/50/17
WheelTek Hubcentric Rings
McGard Spline Drive Lug Nuts (Gold)

Alignment Specs:
Camber: -2.0f, -2.3r
Toe: 0
Caster: 6.5

Fender Mods:
Front: Rolled & Slightly Pulled
Rear: Rolled

Transmission:
Kartboy Short Shifter
Kartboy Shifter Bushings
TiC Shift Linkage Bushings & Pivot Bushings
Clutchmasters FX300 Stage 3 Clutch Kit
Stainless Steel Clutch Line

Power:
Cobb AccessPORT (R/T Tuning ProTuned Stage III)
Cobb SF Intake & Airbox Combo
Process West TMIC (red WRX logo)
Forge BPV (Yellow Spring +1 shim)
SPT + OEM (Modified) Turbo Heatshield
PTP Turbo Blanket (lava)
Agency Power UEL Headers & Uppipe - Swaintech (White Lightning) Ceramic Coated
TurboXS High Flow Catted Downpipe - Swaintech (White Lightning) Ceramic Coated
TurboXS Catback Exhaust
Injector Dynamics 1000cc Injectors
Deatschwerks DW65c Fuel Pump
Grimmspeed 3-port EBCS
NGK Iridium One Step Colder Spark Plugs

Engine Dress Up:
Subtle Solutions Radiator Shroud
Subtle Solutions Alternator Cover
SPT Oil Filler Cap
SPT Batter Tie Down

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Future Plans For The Car:
Transmission:
ACT Heavy Duty Street Series Clutch

Power:
Grimmspeed Port & Polish and Ceramic Thermal Coat my stock VF52
Grimmspeed TGV Deletes
Grimmspeed Phenolic Intake Manifold Spacers
Perrin Turbo Inlet Pipe

Wheel/Tire/Fender:
Possibly considering s13 riveted fender flares (paint-matched)
Sumitomo HTR ZIII 275/35/18
WORK Emotion XD9 18x10 +18 Bronze

Brakes:
Hawk HPS Pads
Goodridge SS Brake Lines
Grimmspeed Master Cylinder Brace
DBA Slotted Rotors (if needed)
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Old 10-13-2012, 10:16 AM   #2
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July 2011, picking up Batman (2-year-old male American Staffordshire Terrier) from Straudsberg, PA with Minka (6-year-old American Pitbull Terrier):


WRX stenciled logo on my long awaited Process West TMIC winter of 2011:


Stock TMIC vs. Process West TMIC:






Working in the dark to finish up the install of the Process West TMIC, Process West underhood duct & Forge BPV:


Process West TMIC & Forge BPV installed:




Pics of when I got my Prosport Gauges & GTSPEC D-shaped Steering Wheel installed in 2011:



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Old 10-13-2012, 10:17 AM   #3
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On my way to ship my stock wheels making room for a new winter setup:


Winter setup 2011:


Floor mat project:




Instagram pic from Spring of 2012:


A family of car enthusiasts:






HDR iPhone4 shot on a cloudy day:

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Old 10-13-2012, 10:17 AM   #4
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Why I got a hatchback...trip to the vet:


July 2012 at F.A.S.T. of West Chester waiting to install my RCE Camber Plates and RCE Black (Regular Guy) Springs:


My most recent pic after the new suspension was installed pre-alignment:

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Old 10-13-2012, 11:12 AM   #5
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Those aren't xxr 527 lol. Clean ass car! Looks really good and a solid mod list too

[edit] missed the winter setup now I see the xxrs lol
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Old 10-13-2012, 08:38 PM   #6
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nice ride. question for yah. i have the cup kit and thinking about going with the black springs to replace my yellows. im looking into the spring swap in the springtime. i see you did that too. how do you like the setup now? is it any lower in the front? did you get the bilsteins revalved? any info would ne appreciated. you can pm me if you wish. thanks alot.
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Old 10-13-2012, 11:36 PM   #7
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^Here's my impressions I posted up in Racecomp's Thread:

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Whelp, I got my alignment dialed in and have two weeks on the black springs (coming from yellows). I also stepped down from extreme performance summer tires to max performance summer tires. Also added the RCE camber plates.

I gotta say, my car feels like a dream now. Night and day difference. The blacks got rid of the jolting when daily driving the roads here in Philly. It doesn't get so upset from variances in the road. The yellow to black switch is a very subtle difference. I don't think most people would notice the difference unless you drive on crappy roads like I do. I was very happy with the yellows but when the blacks came out and I found out they lowered the car a bit more and took some of the edge off, I just had to give them a try. if I lived in an area that had better roads, I would have kept the yellows.

The camber plates give me the adjustments I need to run equal or more camber front than the rear. So happy to get rid of the understeer. Turn in is so much better. Looking forward to improved tire wear as well.

The biggest difference in handling and ride comfort I think was the switch from extreme performance to max performance summer tires. I couldn't stand the rough ride, road noise and tramlining from my old tires. I could take or leave road noise, but the other too was killing me. These new tires don't tramline whatsoever, have no road noise and the softer sidewall takes the rest of the edge off during my daily commute. My previous tires were overkill for what I use the car for regularly. I do miss the additional bite during hard braking, but my new tires aren't broken in yet so that might have something to do with it.

My wife even commented how drastic of a difference these changes have made on the ride comfort. I had no idea tires would make that much of a difference. I'll post pics after the weather clears up.

Front sits lower with the camber plates as expected, and the additional drop with the blacks isn't that noticeable. The additional NVH from the camber plates is hardly noticeable. Definitely not enough to make me wish it came with the 3/8" rubber spacer.

Let me know if you guys have any questions. Yellow springs will be up for sale shortly as soon as I clean the up.
I didn't have my Bilstein's revalved. Don't think it needs it.
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Old 10-14-2012, 01:04 AM   #8
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Nice build man! I would do nearly all of those mods you have listed if I had a wrx as well. As for your 4/2 pot setup are you just going for more pedal feel rather than performance? I recall reading that despite having more pistons the calculated surface area is overall less than the oem 2pots. If I were you I would install the ss lines and the grimmspeed master cylinder brace with some decent aftermarket pads+ new rotors rather than the 4/2 pot setup. Just my .02, even though the 4/2 pot setup would fill out the wheel's a lot better hah.
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Old 10-14-2012, 04:39 PM   #9
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^im still up in the air about the brakes. Keep going back and fourth between just upgrading my pads, rotors, lines and the brace and doing the 4pot/2pots as well. Better pedal modulation would be very nice. But I have read this is a very lateral move in terms of actual brake performance and the 4pot/2pots are in fact heavier than stock. So, with that in mind you're giving up something to gain something...as usual. I've also considered Brembos but for what I use the car for, it'd hardly be worth it. I still have some life on my current pads so I'm going to wait until they need to be changed to make any decisions. Currently at 37,000 miles. Probably going to need new pads either in the spring or summer of 2013.

And I'm not sure in what order I want to proceed:
1. Stage III (estimated at $1,750)
2. Brakes (estimated at $850 w/o doing 4pot/2pots)
3. s13 Fender Flares and wide wheels/tires (not sure what this is going to cost)

Long term goals is a Stage IV - Blouch Dom 1.5XT-R, but I want to enjoy Stage III for about a year before I do that. I'm enjoying the modification process more and more. I'm constantly learning what I like and what I don't like, and I'm becoming more mechanical along the way.
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Old 10-14-2012, 05:50 PM   #10
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^im still up in the air about the brakes. Keep going back and fourth between just upgrading my pads, rotors, lines and the brace and doing the 4pot/2pots as well. Better pedal modulation would be very nice. But I have read this is a very lateral move in terms of actual brake performance and the 4pot/2pots are in fact heavier than stock. So, with that in mind you're giving up something to gain something...as usual. I've also considered Brembos but for what I use the car for, it'd hardly be worth it. I still have some life on my current pads so I'm going to wait until they need to be changed to make any decisions. Currently at 37,000 miles. Probably going to need new pads either in the spring or summer of 2013.

And I'm not sure in what order I want to proceed:
1. Stage III (estimated at $1,750)
2. Brakes (estimated at $850 w/o doing 4pot/2pots)
3. s13 Fender Flares and wide wheels/tires (not sure what this is going to cost)

Long term goals is a Stage IV - Blouch Dom 1.5XT-R, but I want to enjoy Stage III for about a year before I do that. I'm enjoying the modification process more and more. I'm constantly learning what I like and what I don't like, and I'm becoming more mechanical along the way.
Hmm since you said you probably wouldnt even use the brembos if you had the chance to get them I would just stick with the oem calipers. Get the mastercylinder brace and ss lines like you stated along with reputable brake fluid and that will help a lot. Also as for your future list I would just do the brake route and then make the fender flares/wheels/tires. The reason being is that the brakes are very straight forward and you could probably do them yourself. The body work with wheels and tires is gonna take a decent amount of work to look good IMO but will probably be worth it. As for stage IV, let me just say be prepared for what your about to go into My bro has a dom3 in his 04 sti and regardless of all the mods (FMIC, injectors, fuel rails, DP/UP) he still had to get numerous tunes to get things running right. In the end though it is your car so do whatever makes you happy
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Old 10-14-2012, 09:53 PM   #11
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Floor mats please do tell more!? Rubber mats are not a clean Look those look great as does the car great job.
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Old 10-16-2012, 05:15 PM   #12
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Hmm since you said you probably wouldnt even use the brembos if you had the chance to get them I would just stick with the oem calipers. Get the mastercylinder brace and ss lines like you stated along with reputable brake fluid and that will help a lot. Also as for your future list I would just do the brake route and then make the fender flares/wheels/tires. The reason being is that the brakes are very straight forward and you could probably do them yourself. The body work with wheels and tires is gonna take a decent amount of work to look good IMO but will probably be worth it. As for stage IV, let me just say be prepared for what your about to go into My bro has a dom3 in his 04 sti and regardless of all the mods (FMIC, injectors, fuel rails, DP/UP) he still had to get numerous tunes to get things running right. In the end though it is your car so do whatever makes you happy
Yeah, I definitely think I'm going to go Stage III first and enjoy that for awhile. Who knows, that might even be enough. Who am I kidding...no it won't. Lol

My front bumper needs a respray badly so I'll pick up the s13 fender flares just before I get that done. Prolly in the Spring. If I have the money, I'll do Stage III over the winter, but we'll see.


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Floor mats please do tell more!? Rubber mats are not a clean Look those look great as does the car great job.
The floor mats are just the OEM ones that I trimmed and shaved to custom fit the STI decal I picked up on eBay. The decal didn't last as long as I thought it would so I'm going to pick up a pair of STI patches to replace them with. I got tired of how nastily looking the rubber floor mats get.





You could also just pick up STI embroidered replacement floor mats off of eBay:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/08-12-Imprez...23c0f3&vxp=mtr
^That'll save you a bunch of time but is slightly more expensive. Should last longer though.

The metal heel plate is from here:
http://www.autovationparts.com/store/SubaruWRX.html
Use coupon code: 1142738888 for 35% off.

I saw this picture online and was sold:

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Old 12-09-2012, 09:33 AM   #13
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Sunset December 2012:


And fun pic my acro instructor took during hand balancing class with my WRX in the background:
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Old 12-09-2012, 09:37 AM   #14
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[quote=QwaktastiK;38262183]July 2011, picking up Batman (2-year-old male American Staffordshire Terrier) from Straudsberg, PA with Minka (6-year-old American Pitbull Terrier):


Dog in the back: "SOON"
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Old 12-09-2012, 02:49 PM   #15
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Dope ride. I like how simple and clean your interior looks.
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Old 12-10-2012, 08:00 AM   #16
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Dope ride. I like how simple and clean your interior looks.
Thanks man. Though now that I've upgraded to the iPhone 5, the AppRadio doesn't work anymore. Trying to be patient and see what Pioneer does with the problem, but the longer I wait the more I'm considering the AVIC-X940BT.
We'll see.

Added a few interior things since the above shots like JPM Coachworks' genuine Italian leather center armrest cover and the Proto Tuning AccessPort holder.
I'll try and snap some pics with the updates soon.

And a few exterior shots after an early winter wash & wax:




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Old 12-10-2012, 10:21 AM   #17
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Haha nice! Well that's what happens when you get an iPhone. Lmao jk. (Android fan here)

The avic 940bt seems like the popular choice? I need a new deck soon too.
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Wow didn't think a Narrow Body could look so agressive. I love it!
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Great job with the car man! It looks fantastic. Those RCE blacks, how much of a drop did they give you?
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Thank you! It's all worth it when you hear comments like this.

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Great job with the car man! It looks fantastic. Those RCE blacks, how much of a drop did they give you?
The RCE Blacks actually dropped it ~3mm more than the yellows. I'll take some measurements this week wheel center to fender. Well, maybe next week since I'm in the middle of headlight & foglight work.



Installed the subimods bracket while I was in there.
Shipping my lights off to Lightwerkz for some bixenon HIDs.
Hoping she won't be out of commission for too long.
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Old 12-17-2012, 10:25 AM   #21
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I always thought it was weird how you can recognize a car from the forums, but never the driver or passengers.
So, here's a pic of myself, the Mrs. and the kids:




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Old 12-17-2012, 10:54 AM   #22
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It's cool when your car makes it to a car show flyer:


And Martin from LPC grabbed a shot of my summer wheels:


And in case you didn't get it, I made my screen name (when I was 14 back in 1999) based on Adam Sandler's movie Billy Madison:
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Old 12-17-2012, 12:22 PM   #23
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Wow I really like that Steering wheel. Is that custom? or did that come with the car? Know of any way I can switch out a 2013 WRX Premium 5drs round steering wheel for one of those?
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Old 12-17-2012, 12:36 PM   #24
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It's a GTSPEC D-shaped steering wheel. Yes, it will fit on your car as well. I got mine through a group buy over on 3gwrx.com. I think Oakos is still selling them on a group buy:
http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show...steering+wheel
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Old 12-17-2012, 01:12 PM   #25
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I love how clean your mod selection is. Nice hatch.
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