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Old 08-28-2018, 01:38 PM   #1
Paulie
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Member Sales Rating: (5)
 
Member#: 16565
Join Date: Mar 2002
Vehicle:
2002 WRX
Aspen White

Default NV: 2002 Subaru WRX, (Paulie's WRC Tarmac Project SEMA build), 79K miles, 35K obo

All things must come to an end. My beloved Subaru WRC Tarmac Project is for sale. I've realized a dream, and now it's time to let someone else enjoy it.

Bought the car brand new in 2002 and have been the only owner since. Spent 16 years building my vision, and over 120K later, it's finally done.

Along the way in various stages of the build, it's been a "Readers Ride" in SuperStreet Magazine, featured in Mayday Garage, had an ad in EVO Magazine, was the first ever "Top Scoob" on NASIOC and most recently, it was featured at SEMA 2017 in the Liqui Moly booth, a life long dream to get there without without any help from the industry whatsoever.

I hope someone will get as much enjoyment out of this car as I did. I've met so many great people along the way it's not even funny, and many of them have turned out to be life long friends.

It has 79K original miles on it, and over 120k spent in realizing my dream.

I'm asking 35K obo. Full Modification List below, and of course, pics. 100 percent street legal.

Serious inquiries please e-mail me at [email protected]


Motor / Drivetrain

- Blouch 16g-XT turbo w/ hard lines
- Subaru Group N turbo inlet pipe (very rare piece, used in WRC)
- APS D/R 500 FMIC w/T-Bolt clamps
- APS BOV
- APS Up-Pipe
- APS 70mm Cold Air Induction w/ K & N filter
- APS Lightened Flywheel (12.5 lbs)
- Exedy Sport Clutch
- 3” Turboback exhaust
- Cobb Access Port Ver. 3 w/custom Protuning
- Cobb Heat Shield for turbo
- Cobb Post MAF Hose
- Cobb Tuning double adj.short throw tall shifter w/ hardened bushings
- Cobb Tuning Lightweight Main Pulley
- Crawford V2 Air/Oil Separator
- Prodrive 3 port Boost Controller
- STI RA close ratio 5 speed gear set (cryogenically treated)
- STI Group N Motor Mounts
- Group N Pitch Mount
- STI Group N Tranny mount
- The Driveshaft Shop 1 Piece Carbon Fiber Driveshaft
- DeatschWerks 750cc Injectors
- DeatschWerks 300lph fuel pump w/specific 2002 WRX install kit
- Fluidyne Aluminum Radiator
- Samco radiator hoses
- Zerosports Thermostat
- Prova Hood Dampers
- Prova Oil cap
- Prova Radiator cap
- Prova Brake Fluid cap
- Prova Clutch Fluid cap
- Castrol Syntec 0w-40 European Formula oil
- HKS Twin Power Ignition
- HKS Circle Earth System
- Optima Yellow-Top Battery
- Manifold powder coated to match IC piping


Suspension / Chassis / Brakes

- AST coilovers (TIC SST-spec, w/custom valving, adjusters, dual Swift Springs)
- STi aluminum control arms and Group N rear strut top mounts
- Ground Control front camber/caster plates (top mount)
- Half Roll Cage built to WRC specs, Tig welded 4130 Chromoly
- Hotchkis Tuning front & rear sway bars (w/ rear subframe bracket)
- Hotchkis Tuning front & rear endlinks
- Hotchkis Tuning adjustable rear camber links
- Oswald Performance Lightweight Subframe
- Oswald Performance Lightweight Rear Bumper Beam
- Oswald Performance Under Mount Kit
- TIC Fender braces
- Custom rear seat delete cross brace, Tig welded 4130 Chromoly to match half roll cage
- Rev-Lab quick steering rack (12.5:1 ratio) w/Whiteline Steering Rack Bushings
- Subaru tapered wheel bearings packed with Neo Synthetic HP 800
- Kartboy exhaust hangers
- Alignment (-2.7 f camber, -2.2 r camber, max even caster, zero toe all around)
- Braid Fullrace A TCR 18x10 wheels with lightcenter option
- Nitto NT01 275/35/18 tires
- AP Racing front BBK direct from England - 5200 series calipers w/330x28mm vented/slotted 2 pc. rotors
- Subaru 2-pot 22B calipers on rear - custom powder coated to match front BBK
- DBA rear rotors, 290x18mm, vented/slotted
- Ferodo DS 3000 pads up front, Ferodo DS 25000 pads out back
- Endless RF-650 brake fluid
- Goodrich Stainless Steel Brake lines
- GrimmSpeed Master Cylinder brace


Exterior / Bodywork

- Custom fender flares, one off design (by me)
- Custom steel side skirts with provisions for WRC pin jack system
- Front fender body lines smoothed, and clearance to allow full lock to lock steering
- WRC wing (NeoDesigns)
- WRC hood vent (Gimmie Gears)
- WRC front grill (Orciari) molded into bumper - converted to 1 piece WRC spec.
- WRC headlights (Orciari) w/Hella optics, widened bezels to match custom flares
- Prodrive front lip, widened to match custom flares
- Prodrive rear diff guard (polished and painted)
- Subaru Spec C roof vent
- Lester fog light covers
- Lester air intakes molded to fenders (replaces side markers)
- Lightweight 3 Piece Track Day Window Kit from the UK by Plastics for Performance (same manufacturer as the actual WRC car!). Rear door windows and rear window made out of preformed, precut hardcoated Lexan - OEM fit with Black border on the rear window like OEM
- Leading edge of hood cut to match WRC car/grill
- Custom grills for hood vent
- De-badged "S U B A R U" on decklid


Interior

- Full Alcantara Dash, w/ safety stiching to allow airbag to deploy
- Defi Triple Meter Hood covered in Alcantara
- USDM STi steering wheel swap w/WRX cruise control intact, covered in Alcantara with STi stitching fully replicated
- OMP WRC-R seats
- Top of door cards covered in Alcantara, middle covered in OMP fabric to match OMP seats
- Product Innovations custom shift knob, made from White Delrin
- 2004 WRX radio bezel, center vents, and cup holder (dark Silver)
- Red Hazard button from the JDM S203 model
- JDM Oh ***** handle delete
- PRODRIVE Edition rear C pillar panels


Electronics

- 2004 USDM STi gauge cluster
- Defi BF Amber Red series gauges – Boost, Oil Temp, and Oil Press
- Defi Control Unit II
- Ecliptech "Shift I" programmable sequential shift light custom installed on top of steering wheel (so it moves with the wheel).
- HVAC illumination converted to Red to match gauges
- Kenwood ExcelonDNX 9980HD double-din DVD/CD/MP3 player w/iPod integration











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Old 08-28-2018, 03:50 PM   #2
D-rock240
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Join Date: May 2011
Chapter/Region: MAIC
Location: West of Baltimore, MD
Vehicle:
2011 WRX GV SSM
01 Legacy/03 Outback wgns

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Impressive!

Assuming this isn't street legal?
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Old 08-28-2018, 03:54 PM   #3
Paulie
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Member#: 16565
Join Date: Mar 2002
Vehicle:
2002 WRX
Aspen White

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Impressive!

Assuming this isn't street legal?
💯 percent street legal. Registered in NV, passes smog, etc.
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Old 10-21-2018, 01:43 PM   #4
nasiocjunkie
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Member#: 80864
Join Date: Feb 2005
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I'll have the tuna.
No crust.

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Big fan of this build!! Been following since top Scoob began. Good luck.
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Old 10-24-2018, 12:45 PM   #5
davidsti1
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Member#: 210923
Join Date: May 2009
Chapter/Region: South East
Location: South Florida
Vehicle:
2002 Bug-Attack
15 slow STI

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The engine and transmission is stock? Sorry I don’t see any info.
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Old 10-26-2018, 06:05 PM   #6
sub_sifu
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Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: Indiana
Vehicle:
2002 Wrx

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Stock motor, so what?

- Prova Oil cap
- Prova Radiator cap
- Prova Brake Fluid cap
- Prova Clutch Fluid cap

10k right there. All part of the 120k math, bro. And don't forget about the european oil.
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Old 10-31-2018, 02:44 PM   #7
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Stock motor, so what?

- Prova Oil cap
- Prova Radiator cap
- Prova Brake Fluid cap
- Prova Clutch Fluid cap

10k right there. All part of the 120k math, bro. And don't forget about the european oil.
LOL....
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Old 11-01-2018, 11:37 AM   #8
Legasuras05
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This monster ever get out there and stretch it's legs on a track?
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Old 11-01-2018, 01:08 PM   #9
JDMJNKY
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Join Date: Jul 2010
Chapter/Region: SCIC
Location: sOuL-CaLiFoRnIa
Vehicle:
05 RSTI
MURK'D

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I find this car absolutely sexy. I'd daily drive this.
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Old 11-01-2018, 06:02 PM   #10
Mr.Chow
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Member#: 256390
Join Date: Aug 2010
Chapter/Region: MWSOC
Location: WI
Vehicle:
2004 Baja Turbo
Dark Blue

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120k and you ain't gots no dccd. Holy faking the funk batman...sorry for your loss.
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Old 11-02-2018, 09:40 AM   #11
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Chapter/Region: Tri-State
Location: NNJ
Vehicle:
2005 WRX V9 207
2018 Colorado Duramax

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Good looking car. Some pictures of the brakes, engine, and under side would be great.
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