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Old 05-18-2013, 03:04 PM   #1
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Default (New Member) My First Subaru: 2000 Subaru Legacy Outback Wagon

Hi everyone I've been a lurker on here for a few years now, but never really posted anything because I didn't exactly own a Subaru until recently!

What I have here is an STi swapped 2000 Subaru Legacy Outback Wagon This car popped up for sale late last year in Calgary, and I just had to buy it because I've always wanted a Legacy Wagon with an STi powerplant for the longest time. The wagon only had 110,xxx kms on the chassis, and 58,xxx kms on the motor. Rumor has it that the motor was pulled out of a brand new '05 STi with only 15 kms on it, before a lot boy totaled it

Long story short, I drove 12 hours to Calgary in the November blizzard in my B18C5 swapped '93 Honda Integra on a Friday, traded that car with this one (with cash on top, of course lol), and drove this Subie back to Vancouver on the Sunday. It only took me 8 hours to get back to Vancouver, even though the road condition was more or less the same as when I was heading to Calgary! The 4WD and the STi motor did wonders!

Here is a mod list of this car, parts I've added to it (in bold), and some plans I have for this car in the future!



ENGINE
- '05 USDM EJ257 STi Ver.8 Engine Swap
- BeatRush Engine Mounts
- Crawford Air / Oil Separator V2
- Spearco 900cfm Weld-On Aluminum Top Mount intercooler
- DEI Gold Heat Reflective Tape
- Tial Q 50mm Blow-Off Valve
- Samco Silicone 2.4" Turbo Inlet Hose
- AEM Silicone Throttle Body Coupler
- Perrin Silicone Intercooler Elbow
- JDM STi by Samco Silicone Radiator Hoses
- Injen Short Ram Intake
- Grimmspeed Port & Polished OEM Intake Manifold
- Grimmspeed Port & Polished OEM Drive-By-Wire Throttle Body
- Grimmspeed TGV Delete Kit
- Grimmspeed Phenolic 8mm Intake Manifold Spacers
- Grimmspeed PnP Exhaust Manifolds
- Grimmspeed PnP Crosspipe
- Grimmspeed Catless Uppipe
- Grimmspeed Manifold to Head Gaskets
- Grimmspeed Manifold to Crosspipe Gaskets
- Grimmspeed Manifold to Uppipe 12-layer Gasket
- Grimmspeed Uppipe to Turbo Gasket
- Stromung 3" Bell-Mouth Downpipe
- Killer B Oil Pickup
- Killer B Oil Baffle Plate
- iON Performance Stage 1 VF39 Turbo Upgrade (Port & Polished Factory Turbo, w/ Ceramic Coating)
- JDM Cusco Turbo Heat Shield
- Perrin Lightweight Crankshaft Pulley
- GFB Underdrive Power Steering Pump Pulley
- Komoto Racing Stainless Steel Midpipe
- Custom Made 3" Stainless Steel Muffler Delete w/ Angled Tip
- A'PEXi High-Capacity Race Aluminum Radiator
- JDM BE5 Legacy B4 S401 STi 1.3Bar Radiator Cap
- JDM BE5 Legacy B4 S401 STi Radiator Hoses
- Deatschwerks 320lph Fuel Pump
- NGK 1-Step Colder Iridium Spark Plugs
- Beatrush Radiator Cooling Plate
- Beatrush Alternator Pulley Cover
- Greddy Magnetic Drain Plug
- SYMS Aluminum Oil Cap
- SYMS Aluminum Brake Fluid Reservoir Cap
- SYMS Aluminum Clutch Fluid Reservoir Cap

TRANSMISSION
- OEM 5-speed Manual Transmission w/ JDM STi Ver.5 RA Cryo-Treated Gearset
- Cryo-Treated STi Ver.5 Shift Forks
- Quaife Cryo-Treated Front LSD
- JDM BE5 Legacy B4 S401 STi Transmission Mounts
- JDM BE5 Legacy B4 S401 STi Short Shifter Linkage
- Kartboy Short Shifter
- Kartboy Rear Shifter Stay Bushings
- Beatrush Polyurethane Shifter Bushings
- Lightweight Aluminum Race Flywheel (Unknown Brand)
- OEM STi Clutch Disc & Pressure Plate
- Beatrush Solid Aluminum Pitch Control Rod

INTERIOR
- JDM BE5 Legacy B4 S401 STi Instrument Cluster
- JDM BE5 Legacy B4 S401 STi Pedal Set
- JDM BE5 Legacy B4 S401 Aluminum Door Sills
- NRG Short Hub
- WorksBell Rapfix QRSII Steering Wheel Quick Release Kit
- ATC Rallye International Type 95 330mm Steering Wheel
- Sparco Dual External Horn Buttons
- Bride FO-Type Seat Rails & Sliders
- OMP WRC VTR Bucket Seat [Driver]
- OEM GDA STi V5 Bucket Seat [Passenger]
- Beatrush Titanium 5-speed weighted 220g Shift Knob
- Circuit Hero Shifter Extender

EXTERIOR
- JDM GDB STi V-Limited Front Lip w/ Optional Rubber Add-On Flap
- JDM BH5 Legacy Kouki Rev.D Headlights w/ HID
- JDM BH5 Legacy Kouki Rev.D Taillights
- JDM BH5 Legacy Kouki Rev.D Rear Spoiler
- JDM Pink STi Rear Emblem
- Ganador Carbon Fiber Powered Aero Mirrors
- WorksBell Carbon Fiber Hood
- JDM Zero Sports Front Grille
- Tein Hood Struts

FOOTWORK (SUSPENSION/BRAKES/CHASSIS)
- BC Racing BR-Type Short-Stroke Coilover Damper System w/ custom Swift Springs [16kg/mm Front & Rear]
- Beatrush Front Performance Bar
- Beatrush Front Strut Brace
- JDM Legacy BE5 Spec B Forged Aluminum Front Lower Control Arms
- Megan Racing Rear Upper Control Arms
- Megan Racing Rear Lower Front Control Arms
- Megan Racing Rear Lower Rear Control Arms
- Beatrush Driveshaft Carrier Hardened Bushings
- Beatrush Rear Differential Carrier
- Zero Sports 23mm Front Sway Bar
- Zero Sports 21mm Rear Sway Bar
- Whiteline Front Sway Bar Adjustable End Links
- Whiteline Front Control Arm Lower Inner Front Bushings
- Whiteline Front Control Arm Lower Inner Rear Bushings (Anti-Lift Kit)
- Cusco Rear Lower Arm Bar Stiffener Ver. II
- Whiteline Rear Sway Bar Adjustable End Links
- SuperPro Rear Trailing Arm Lower Front Bushings
- Beatrush Rear Strut Brace
- OEM WRX Front 2-Pot Brake Calipers
- Technafit Stainless Steel Brake Lines
- Axis Rear 2-pot Big Brake Kit
- ARP Extended Studs

WHEELS/TIRES
- JDM Work Meister S1R 18x9" (Glim Silver) w/ 225/40ZR18 Bridgestone Potenza RE-11 [Summer]
- JDM Work RS Extended Open Ended Anodized Red Lug Nuts

ELECTRONICS
- Cobb Tuning Access Port V2
- Innovate MTX-L Wideband O2 Sensor & 52mm Gauge
- JDM A'PEXi Voltage Stabilizer & Ground Kit
- JDM Blitz DTT DC Turbo Timer
- Rockford Fosgate 10 Farad Hybrid Capacitor
- Pioneer AVIC-Z140BH Double Din Head Unit
- Phoenix Gold MS-2125 SQ Amplifier x2
- Focal Polyglass 165VB Component Speakers
- Focal Access 27 Twin Lux Subwoofers & Box


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Future Build List

ENGINE/DRIVETRAIN
- Beatrush Lightweight Alternator Pulley *acquired*
- Beatrush Driveshaft Solid Aluminum Bushing Kit *acquired*
- ZeroSports Air Diversion Plate *acquired*
- Cobb Tuning SF Air Intake Box
- Grimmspeed Electronic Boost Control Solenoid 3-Port *acquired*
- Cosworth Kevlar Timing Belt
- Cosworth Timing Belt Guide
- Okada Projects Plasma Direct Coil Packs
- Okada Projects Plasma Spark Plug Boots *acquired*
- Tomei Arms M7960 Single Scroll Turbo Kit
- APS 65mm Cold Air Intake Kit
- Deatschwerks 850cc injectors
- Perrin V2 Sidefeed Fuel Rails & Fuel Lines
- Grimmspeed External Wastegate Up Pipe w/ Dump Tube 44mm
- Tial 44mm External Wastegate
- TurboXS 4" Bellmouth Catless Downpipe
- Custom 3.5" Stainless Steel Catback Exhaust

ENGINE/DRIVETRAIN
- JDM Subaru STi Ver.7 6-speed transmission (TY856WB1CA)
- JDM Subaru STi Ver.7 3.90 Rear Diff
- OEM Outback 4EAT Driveshaft
- OEM '06-'07 WRX Front Driveshafts
- ACT Xtreme Pressure Plate
- ACT Street Clutch Disc
- ACT Prolite Flywheel

INTERIOR
- JDM BE5 Legacy B4 S401 STi Carbon Rear View Mirror Cover
- Recaro RA-R STi Spec-C Carbon Fiber Bucket Seats
- Recaro Aluminum Side Mounts
- Beatrush Front End Roof Brace
- Beatrush Longitudinal Roof Brace
- Beatrush Rear End Roof Brace

EXTERIOR
- JDM Rando Traitor D Form Front Bumper
- JDM Rando Traitor D Form Fog Lights
- JDM Gialla D Form Type-R Sportivo Side Sills
- JDM Gialla D Form Type-R Sportivo Rear Lip
- JDM C-West D-Type Eyelids
- JDM BH5 Legacy Spec D Kouki Mid-Rise Aluminum Rear Spoiler
- JDM Denso/Koito 2.5" Bi-Xenon projectors *acquired*
- OEM Honda S2000 projector lenses *acquired*
- E46 Xenon replica shrouds *acquired*

FOOTWORK (SUSPENSION/BRAKES)
- OEM STi Ver.7 Brembo Front & Rear Calipers
- KNS Brakes Rear Brembo Caliper Adapters
- DBA5000 Front & Rear Slotted Rotors
- Ferodo DS2500 brake Pads
- Beatrush Front Frame Support Brace *acquired*
- Beatrush Rear Frame End Brace *acquired*
- Whiteline Rear Lower Control Arms

ELECTRONICS
- Innovate MTX-L Wideband O2 Sensor & 52mm Gauge
- Defi Advance BF 60mm Boost Gauge
- Defi Advance BF 60mm Oil Pressure Gauge
- Defi Advance BF 60mm EGT Gauge
- Defi Advance BF 60mm Oil Temp Gauge
- Defi Advance BF 60mm Water Temp Gauge
- Defi Advance BF 60mm Fuel Pressure Gauge
- Defi Link Advance Control Unit
- Compustar RF-P2W901-SS
- Varad LED Scanners
- Odyssey PC925 Lightweight Race Battery



The wagon when I first got it 6 months ago:





The wagon already came with most of the knick knacks on it, but the previous owner(s) haven't exactly taken a good care of the car, and the footwork really showed it. Blown Cusco coilovers, mismatched ball joints, ripped CV joints, and many more =(

Since then, I've added a few more parts on to the car (mostly suspension parts), and I'm planning to do a few more things to it this year!

Here are some photos of the car after I've gotten my hands on it these last 6 months





I ordered a set of wheels for the car as well, which took 4 months to arrive in total lol but they finally came in a few weeks ago, so I decided to throw them on and take some quick pics!

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Old 05-18-2013, 03:05 PM   #2
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And what's sitting under that fully faded, Works Bell Carbon Fiber Hood..



Engine bay is still dirty, but I plan on cleaning it up when I do engine upgrades within the next month or two!

Anyway, I just thought I'd introduce myself, and my car, and I hope that I'd get a chance to meet a lot of the members on here soon! I've always been a Honda guy, and this is my first Subaru, so I'm totally new to the game! I hope I will be able to learn from all of you as I continue to put more work on my wagon!

Here are a few pics of my previous project cars:



(2002-2009) 1990 Honda Accord with H22A4 swap, full wire tuck, full spherical bearings to replace suspension bushings, custom chassis reinforcement braces, Wilwood Superlite Big Brake Kit, 17x9" +20 Work Meister S1, one off Greddy front lip, few weight reduction parts that brought the curb weight down to 2,750lbs with me in it..



(2010-2012) 1993 Track-prepped Honda Prelude with JDM F20B swap w/ bolt-ons, Quaife LSD, MFactory 4.64FD, tuned to 200whp and 165 ft/lbs, full wire tuck, custom BC Racing Coilovers with 18kg/mm Front & 12kg/mm Rear spring rates with short stroke, 27mm Rear sway bar, 17x8.5" Volk Racing TE37 running 245/40/17 tires up front, Chargespeed front lip, Recaro SPA Carbon Kevlar bucket seat, A bunch of carbon parts that brought the curb weight down to 2,500lbs with me in it..

Thanks for looking everyone, and hope I can make some good contributions to the NASIOC VIC community!

Ronald
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Old 05-18-2013, 03:21 PM   #3
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Ronald! Good to see you finally post pictures of this beauty!
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Old 05-18-2013, 03:44 PM   #4
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Such a sick car! Nice meeting you at the last Surrey meet
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Old 05-18-2013, 03:49 PM   #5
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Nice!
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Old 05-18-2013, 05:37 PM   #6
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sick ride Ronald !!!! nice to meet you !!!!
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Old 05-18-2013, 06:56 PM   #7
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Love IT
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Old 05-18-2013, 07:27 PM   #8
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Got a pic of the Spec C seats?

I see an OMP bucket and standard STI seat in the pics.
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Old 05-18-2013, 10:13 PM   #9
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That looks awesome. I bet it's fun.
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Old 05-19-2013, 12:24 AM   #10
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Big thumbs up!


Can't wait to see it in person at a Friday meet.
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Old 05-19-2013, 01:25 AM   #11
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You need to replace the Impreza pink badge with this.

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Old 05-19-2013, 01:39 AM   #12
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Thanks for the kind words everyone And it was nice to meet people at both last night's meet and the Surrey meet last Tuesday..Always nice to be able to put faces behind the usernames in online forums!

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Got a pic of the Spec C seats?

I see an OMP bucket and standard STI seat in the pics.
I wish I have the Spec C seats! I believe you were looking at the "Future Build" List haha my apologies, I put the Future Build List directly below the current mods list! I have been trying to find a set of those seats, but no luck so far..I'm not even sure if I'll ever be able to find one! Perhaps one day

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That looks awesome. I bet it's fun.
I love driving it! It may not be the quickest car around tighter corners, but overall it's still a blast to drive

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You need to replace the Impreza pink badge with this.
Haha yes! I've actually found a Zero Sports front grille to replace this one..I've always thought the current chrome trim front grille is a little bit out of place for this wagon!
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Old 05-19-2013, 02:20 AM   #13
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hey dude i love everything about ur wagon, it was nice meeting u yesterday (i was with jess)

ive always been a honda guy and have built a few setups myself but subies r just a whole new world for me lol
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Old 05-19-2013, 03:41 AM   #14
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I've seen your prelude before. So happy you're now a subie owner! Btw, check your PM!
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Old 05-21-2013, 04:30 AM   #15
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hey dude i love everything about ur wagon, it was nice meeting u yesterday (i was with jess)

ive always been a honda guy and have built a few setups myself but subies r just a whole new world for me lol
Hey man, thanks, it was nice meeting you as well! And yeah I know what you mean haha I can do an H22A swap with my eyes closed, but right now I don't even want to change out my intake manifold on the Subie with the PnP one I have in the garage because I'm scared I might screw something up lol! I feel like such a n00b with these Subies it's almost embarassing! Oh well, hopefully I can learn as I go along without messing up too many things!

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I've seen your prelude before. So happy you're now a subie owner! Btw, check your PM!
Thanks!
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Old 05-21-2013, 02:15 PM   #16
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Very nice, I've always had a soft spot for the wagons.
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Old 05-22-2013, 02:24 PM   #17
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I saw you yesterday when you were in Coquitlam? It was the intersection of Guildford and Pinetree way. Very nice car.
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Old 05-22-2013, 03:17 PM   #18
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Hey, I remember this from Byrne last week! I had no idea who's it was, and I don't think I clued in that it was an STi swap. Very nice...
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Hey man, thanks, it was nice meeting you as well! And yeah I know what you mean haha I can do an H22A swap with my eyes closed, but right now I don't even want to change out my intake manifold on the Subie with the PnP one I have in the garage because I'm scared I might screw something up lol! I feel like such a n00b with these Subies it's almost embarassing! Oh well, hopefully I can learn as I go along without messing up too many things!


Thanks!
Yeh i know what u mean, every component used r identical its just that were not too sure if there r other extra steps with removal/installation of parts... What i dont really like is how subies dont have a dizzy, its just so much easier to adjust and diagnose timing from there.. Also how the engine bay is super packed vs honda where theres so much room lol
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wow dude. wow.

i remember i bought a few things off you in the past when you still had your accord, and how you have THAT!?

props to you dude, props.
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Old 05-25-2013, 01:15 AM   #21
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Spotted at Pearl Fever right now. You live around Coquitlam? See this around quite a bit... Lookin' good
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Old 05-25-2013, 04:28 AM   #22
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Very nice, I've always had a soft spot for the wagons.
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Hey, I remember this from Byrne last week! I had no idea who's it was, and I don't think I clued in that it was an STi swap. Very nice...
Thank you!

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I saw you yesterday when you were in Coquitlam? It was the intersection of Guildford and Pinetree way. Very nice car.
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Spotted at Pearl Fever right now. You live around Coquitlam? See this around quite a bit... Lookin' good
Haha yes I'm in the area a lot, my girlfriend lives in Coquitlam Thanks for the kind words! I haven't gotten a chance to wash the car this week, so it's pretty filthy right now lol..

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Yeh i know what u mean, every component used r identical its just that were not too sure if there r other extra steps with removal/installation of parts... What i dont really like is how subies dont have a dizzy, its just so much easier to adjust and diagnose timing from there.. Also how the engine bay is super packed vs honda where theres so much room lol
Haha yeah I know what you mean, Hondas are just so easy to work with! But that's ok, I think once I get used to the layout of the Subie's engine bay, I'll do just fine..I'm already used to its suspension and brake setup haha

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wow dude. wow.

i remember i bought a few things off you in the past when you still had your accord, and how you have THAT!?

props to you dude, props.
Haha thanks bro! Car definitely still needs a bit of work here and there, both maintenance and upgrades, before I can be completely happy with it, but it's a work in progress! Which parts did you buy from me last time?

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Old 05-26-2013, 04:10 AM   #23
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I remember seeing this wagon on CL last year. I've also read your build thread on your BB4, so if you're gonna put the same amount of attention on this legacy as you did with your prelude...VIC is going to be in for a treat! I can see this making Top Scoob in the future
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Old 05-27-2013, 02:34 PM   #24
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Absolutely love it. Wheels are a perfect fit.
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Old 05-28-2013, 04:23 AM   #25
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Hey Ronald, nice to see you with a Subaru! Another project eh?
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