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Old 03-31-2004, 10:09 PM   #1
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Making....UL B SRY

Default Let the assembly begin...Very long and 56k death

OK, so many may be aware of my first project car.


Well, It made me angry and ended up like this


So now Im back to good old faithful 1999 2.5RS that looked like this


and now looks like this


Well theres a pile of parts that needs to go in...


And the pics dont show all the other good stuff...So lets get started...


Day 1 involved Removing the entire brake system including all the caliper, brackets, rotors, lines, master cylinder and brake booster. The front crossmember and entire suspension front and rear as well as the A/C compressor and power steering system.

Day 2 involved installin g the custom Ground control coilovers with koni inserts using custom solid rear top mounts and Ground control Camber Caster plates up front, new camber kits front and rear, Rear H-6 brake kit with Stoptech rotors and a stoptech front big brake kit with slotted rotors. We also installed the WRx front crossmember with aluminum STi A-arms and Whiteline caster kit.

Now the car is on all fours...More pics and a continuation into day 3 which is final engine assembly and installation this weekend.
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Old 04-01-2004, 01:02 AM   #2
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That rear bumper should give you at least like 200 HP!

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Old 04-01-2004, 02:30 AM   #4
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The bumper is off of my car



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