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Old 09-09-2010, 01:39 PM   #1
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9804 legacysti thing

Default 1998 Legacy GT with complete 04 STi Swap - Toronto

1998 Subaru Legacy GT with complete 2004 USDM STi swap.
Chassis is Black with cloth seats, power everything.

on to the fun stuff....
2004 ver 8 2.5L Turbo with 120,000kms
6 speed transmission with DCCD
Retuned ECU for 19psi otherwise engine is stock.
3 inch stainless steel down pipe and mid pipe and high flow Steel Core Catalytic Converter .
2 axle back options attached with V band clamp (under 2 minutes to swap)
-factory STi muffler (very quiet, great for daily)
-3 inch stainless straight pipe (sounds wild)
complete STi suspension, sub frames and quick ratio steering.
STi Canadian cluster
STi Brembo's all round, with braided stainless lines and Green stuff pads, D.O.T. 4 Fluid.
Autometer Boost/vac, Water Temp, Oil Pressure Gauges.
HSD Fully adjustable coilovers, under 1000kms on them.
STi Sway bars
Enkei RPF01 17X8 +45 wheels with Falken Azenis RT215 (225 45 17)
ASA 17X7 +35 wheels with winter tires.
Fenders have been rolled and pulled to accommodate the wider driveline.
A 2.5rs aftermarket oversize hood scoop was adapted to a stock non-GT Legacy hood
Overall the car is an absolute blast to drive and handles amazing in the summer and cannot be beat in the winter. It has even towed a police cruiser out from a snow bank.
I recently moved into a condo downtown and no longer have use for a vehicle.
Looking for $14,000 or best offer.
Sold as is. Passed E-Test 14 months ago with no issues. Shouldn’t need anything for safety.
Also willing to trade for a sport bike of equal value (848/1098/RSV) or lesser value plus cash


As its in the photos.
It has been tracked 3 times.
managed a 1.39.9 at Mopsport GP on the old shot suspension riding the bump stops
1.24.1 with coilovers at Cayuga or TMP(damp track), 1.27.6 with old susp setup.
All three times were in full street setup.
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