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Old 01-03-2019, 02:13 AM   #1
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So hi those who still stop by here.
What's going on for 2019? We finally gonna start doing TTT again or In-n-out on the weekends?
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Old 01-13-2019, 02:30 AM   #2
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Hopefully get my wagon going and then go on some canyon cruises. Would be nice to have a group go on some drives and a bite to eat.
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Old 01-14-2019, 10:40 AM   #3
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I'm down to do meets and what not this spring. I've been busy with both cars this winter and am not ready for anything quite yet. Plus, cold. Is there a schedule somewhere?
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Old 01-14-2019, 05:24 PM   #4
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I don't know. There might be one on Facebook but I don't do FB.
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Old 01-16-2019, 10:28 AM   #5
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Bet that costs a pretty penny. I have to get my power steering done. I think the pump is toast. Gonna get a second opinion. Plans are to get that replaced, then do turbo and tune at Simple. I tried calling them to schedule it but I think they're in the middle of moving shops, I haven't gotten an answer yet. After that I'll be ready to go and do whatever. I also don't use FB, so I'm sure I miss a bunch of events. I may have to make one though to be able to keep up on drift/cruise events and snag parts.
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Old 01-16-2019, 03:51 PM   #6
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I might have a fun car again by spring / summer. We will see.

And good lord, that S209 is ugly. Subaru needs some help in the styling department.

Do subaru's have apple car play yet?
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Old 01-17-2019, 12:59 AM   #7
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FB is just drama IMO.. i most likely wont be ready until spring now unfortunately.. subie had a bad air pump and several other items go bad, so now its torn apart in the garage while i scratch my head trying to fix **** :/
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FB is just drama IMO.. i most likely wont be ready until spring now unfortunately.. subie had a bad air pump and several other items go bad, so now its torn apart in the garage while i scratch my head trying to fix **** :/
People still facespace?
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Old 01-17-2019, 03:53 PM   #9
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Unfortunately yes, It's a big hub to get parts. Intermountain Subaru Flea Market can yield some pretty decent finds. I got my Perrin Catted Divorced wastegate down pipe for 200 bucks. The big downside is having to actually interact with some of the crowd who aren't always the most knowledgeable bunch. There's also a lot of flatbill cap energy going on there. That Perrin downpipe would fit my 08, but is a couple inches too long for the bugeye, so it pushes my catback out like 4" and it's currently ziptied to the frame until I can get it cut and welded with a new catback. Racecar though, so whatever. It wouldn't be the worst thing in the world if you could anonymous page it and just not download that spy ware app or web browser on your phone.
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Old 01-19-2019, 05:41 PM   #10
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New owner, here! Just stopping in to say hi.
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Old 01-21-2019, 01:06 AM   #11
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My bugeye is still running strong @ 350 on my 22T hybrid. But there is a clunk going on in the front. Been looking all over for it. Jacked the car up, nothing seems loose, suspension seems tight, bushings/endlinks look good. Mystery!

I just picked up an Outback XT in Red with a 5MT! I'm super psyched on it. It's in mint condition. Has a lot of miles on it, 185k. Engine is leaking from eveywhere, power steering is leaking, just what you'd expect from a subie with this many miles. I'll yank the motor in a couple months and reseal everything, replace the head gaskets, clutch, all hoses, bushings, etc. so it will be like new again. I'll rebuild the turbo or get a VF52 or something. Going to keep it pretty much stock so I don't dump too much money into it. Suspension needs to get replaced, and I'll throw in a 1" Subtle Solutions lift while I'm there. Then it's gonna get some 15" Method or Sparco rally wheels and some beefy tires. It's going to be my desert climbing vehicle.

And I think I am finally going to sell my 93 Turbo Legacy. It's had a good run and is an awesome car, but I just don't need it anymore. I never thought I would sell it! But it's time.
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Old 01-21-2019, 02:25 AM   #12
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WWWEEEELLPPPP I just ordered, block off plates, IAG TGV deletes, IAG fuel rails, IAG braided fuel line kit for the OEM FPR, a GrimmSpeed UP-Pipe, Invidia Catless DP, Perrin short ram intake with a Perrin turbo Inlet... so with all that being said it will be a bit before I get back on the road ( installing everything myself) but afterwards I most definitely will enjoy driving my car again... After a proper tune of course.
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My bugeye is still running strong @ 350 on my 22T hybrid. But there is a clunk going on in the front. Been looking all over for it. Jacked the car up, nothing seems loose, suspension seems tight, bushings/endlinks look good. Mystery!

I just picked up an Outback XT in Red with a 5MT! I'm super psyched on it. It's in mint condition. Has a lot of miles on it, 185k. Engine is leaking from eveywhere, power steering is leaking, just what you'd expect from a subie with this many miles. I'll yank the motor in a couple months and reseal everything, replace the head gaskets, clutch, all hoses, bushings, etc. so it will be like new again. I'll rebuild the turbo or get a VF52 or something. Going to keep it pretty much stock so I don't dump too much money into it. Suspension needs to get replaced, and I'll throw in a 1" Subtle Solutions lift while I'm there. Then it's gonna get some 15" Method or Sparco rally wheels and some beefy tires. It's going to be my desert climbing vehicle.

And I think I am finally going to sell my 93 Turbo Legacy. It's had a good run and is an awesome car, but I just don't need it anymore. I never thought I would sell it! But it's time.
That bugeye I picked up is going to be a drift car, but it's got almost 200k on the engine. It could use a good seal up in the engine. If you ever want company/want to teach someone to build an engine on the weekends and off time, hit me up. I need to learn, I just don't have anyone I can learn FROM.
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That bugeye I picked up is going to be a drift car, but it's got almost 200k on the engine. It could use a good seal up in the engine. If you ever want company/want to teach someone to build an engine on the weekends and off time, hit me up. I need to learn, I just don't have anyone I can learn FROM.
I got an RB swapped s13 for when I wanna get sideways don't get me wrong a drifting subie is dope, but IDK if I would put the time into that, there is alot of other platforms you could start with that would require less work... Like I said tho, drifting subie would be dope, but I wouldn't put the time into it to be specificly a drift car unless the chassis was already trashed, drifting beats the **** out of the cars
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I got an RB swapped s13 for when I wanna get sideways don't get me wrong a drifting subie is dope, but IDK if I would put the time into that, there is alot of other platforms you could start with that would require less work... Like I said tho, drifting subie would be dope, but I wouldn't put the time into it to be specificly a drift car unless the chassis was already trashed, drifting beats the **** out of the cars
It's a little rough around the edges, yet, so am I. With 200k on the clock/body it's seen its best days. I'm taking it down to Simple and Walter is gonna weld the center and rear diff. They'll remove the front axles and cap off the center diff, and I'm talking with Walter about fabbing an angle kit. It's on raceland coils, so it's already got aftermarket suspension that tweaks how it feels. It should slide pretty good when it's all put together. From there it'll make plenty of power on the stage 2 cobb tune to spin the rear wheels. It's got some leaks though. I think its the seal at the top of the inside of the oil filter housing, so this weekend I'll be putting up on jacks, draining oil/coolant, swapping seals and lines, and hopefully that prevents the leaks. There's a little exhaust leak somewhere in the passenger side of the engine too, I think it's at the headers, so that'll happen eventually too. Then I'm gonna do some exterior mods, and wrap it myself. Should (hopefully) be done by March/April.

Set my appointment at Simple for the 30th. One of my ISC coils needs repair/replacement, power steering pump is toast, and they're putting on my VF52/tuning. It'll be done by Feb. 2nd.

It's just tough trying to make new friends at 27 that have the same interests/goals that I do. I have a whole warehouse that I can use to work on cars, but it's usually just me changing oil, brakes, fluids, etc.. I need someone who knows their stuff to guide me on building an engine.
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well at least you have some good plans for it.. also let me kno what you think of simple when its all done, I'm gonna be looking for a shop to tune my WRX when these mods are finally installed.

I feel you on the friend thing, my buddies who got me into cars went down different paths than me and turned into some people I didn't care to hang with anymore.. made a few new friends along the way but always looking for more, I'm usually down to chill when I have the time.
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Old 01-22-2019, 10:52 AM   #17
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well at least you have some good plans for it.. also let me kno what you think of simple when its all done, I'm gonna be looking for a shop to tune my WRX when these mods are finally installed.

I feel you on the friend thing, my buddies who got me into cars went down different paths than me and turned into some people I didn't care to hang with anymore.. made a few new friends along the way but always looking for more, I'm usually down to chill when I have the time.
Simple is on the short list of shops that I trust with my car. I know Ryan from back when he was at Ziptye, that's how I met Jackson too. Ryan is one of, if not the best, tuners in Salt Lake. Walter welded up my firewall when it started failing, and also welded up an axelback. They're all super knowledgeable guys, but because they're so busy, it takes a bit to get your car in. I 100% recommend them.

If you're ever bored and wanna do car stuff, I live in Sugarhouse and have a warehouse in Murray to work on stuff.
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Simple is on the short list of shops that I trust with my car. I know Ryan from back when he was at Ziptye, that's how I met Jackson too. Ryan is one of, if not the best, tuners in Salt Lake. Walter welded up my firewall when it started failing, and also welded up an axelback. They're all super knowledgeable guys, but because they're so busy, it takes a bit to get your car in. I 100% recommend them.

If you're ever bored and wanna do car stuff, I live in Sugarhouse and have a warehouse in Murray to work on stuff.
Hell Ya, when I get my wagon ready for a tune I will have to give them a call..

I'm definitely down man, it will be awhile before I can really leave my house tho. My subie is gonna be down for a few months, after I started getting into all this and started tearing everything down to swap stuff out. I soon learned that the motor is gonna have to come out so I can take care of some other stuff :/
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Been a minute, sorry everyone. Just had my baby on the 17th. Anyways, I'm considering selling the chassis of one of my Subaru's that already has the roll cage. All it will need is just and engine but not sure how much to sell it for if I decide too.

Would anyone be interested getting a car meet together soon? Even if it's not big but maybe we can do like a cars and coffee or In-n-out Saturday night?

Also, if any of you need any advice on pulling a Subaru engine our putting it back together let me know. I can give some guidance, I have done it a couple times now lol.

And finally, I took the daily out for some Winter-x over the weekend. Car actually was a lot of fun and did great on ice/snow on the track

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Would anyone be interested getting a car meet together soon? Even if it's not big but maybe we can do like a cars and coffee or In-n-out Saturday night?
I would be down to meet new people!
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Alright,

I got my 02 pulled into the warehouse today. I managed to swap the oil cooler gasket by rotating the cooler assembly with hoses still attached so I could swap the old gasket with the new and not have to drain the whole coolant system. I put the whole thing back together and torqued the retaining bolt to 40 lbs. Hopefully that fixes the oil leak that I was seeing, since it was dropping from the bottom of the filter, it's a common place for them to leak, and I didn't see any leaking above it, I'm fairly confident that will seal the whole thing up.

Bugeye's still up on stands though until I get my 08 back. As a newbie, I didn't know that the only difference between the 02-07 and the 08-14 downpipes was about 4". So when I bought my crawford downpipe on my 08 hatch years ago, it pulled my exhaust back in about 4", I didn't think much of it and modded the exhaust exit to have a single cover from the dual exit guys model and went on my way. When I bought the Perrin one for my 02 a few months back, it pushed the catback out about 4" and I just assumed it was a slightly longer pipe. Since I'm taking my 08 down to Simple tomorrow to get work done, I pulled the Perrin downpipe that was on my 02, and I'm going to ask them to do me a solid and swap it with the Crawford one on my 08 while the turbo is out. Cleaned the Perrin cat out with hot water, and it's currently drying on a shop-vac so it's ready to go in tomorrow. Dumb, I know, but now I know the difference and if any exhaust stuff fails in the future I can fix it correctly.

That's where I'm at car wise, I hope everyone else is getting along nicely. I'd be down for a meet as long as it's set up after the 2nd so I can actually come.
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Alright,

I got my 02 pulled into the warehouse today. I managed to swap the oil cooler gasket by rotating the cooler assembly with hoses still attached so I could swap the old gasket with the new and not have to drain the whole coolant system. I put the whole thing back together and torqued the retaining bolt to 40 lbs. Hopefully that fixes the oil leak that I was seeing, since it was dropping from the bottom of the filter, it's a common place for them to leak, and I didn't see any leaking above it, I'm fairly confident that will seal the whole thing up.

Bugeye's still up on stands though until I get my 08 back. As a newbie, I didn't know that the only difference between the 02-07 and the 08-14 downpipes was about 4". So when I bought my crawford downpipe on my 08 hatch years ago, it pulled my exhaust back in about 4", I didn't think much of it and modded the exhaust exit to have a single cover from the dual exit guys model and went on my way. When I bought the Perrin one for my 02 a few months back, it pushed the catback out about 4" and I just assumed it was a slightly longer pipe. Since I'm taking my 08 down to Simple tomorrow to get work done, I pulled the Perrin downpipe that was on my 02, and I'm going to ask them to do me a solid and swap it with the Crawford one on my 08 while the turbo is out. Cleaned the Perrin cat out with hot water, and it's currently drying on a shop-vac so it's ready to go in tomorrow. Dumb, I know, but now I know the difference and if any exhaust stuff fails in the future I can fix it correctly.

That's where I'm at car wise, I hope everyone else is getting along nicely. I'd be down for a meet as long as it's set up after the 2nd so I can actually come.
Hopefully that fixes your oil leaks that would be sweet!!
Putting the Perrin down pipe on your 08 will make it flush with the bumper since it will push it back out 4" then? Is that what you're looking for or why exactly are you doing the switch between the 2 DP's?

As to the car meet after the 2nd i'm perfectly fine with that
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Hopefully that fixes your oil leaks that would be sweet!!
Putting the Perrin down pipe on your 08 will make it flush with the bumper since it will push it back out 4" then? Is that what you're looking for or why exactly are you doing the switch between the 2 DP's?

As to the car meet after the 2nd i'm perfectly fine with that
I'm doing the switch so the exhaust actually runs with the correct model year. They both technically work, but the catback on my 02 sticks out quite a bit because of the downpipe, and because it's out too far it's just zip tied hanger to hanger, plus it makes the bend for the rear diff stick out farther and sit funny/rattle. I figure if things are out, now is the opportunity to make the change instead of leaving the Crawford one in and cutting/welding the Perrin one to fit. My main concern is it dragging on the ground through dips, or having it stick out and catch on something at a drift event, which is the endgoal for the bugeye.

This is how she'll sit until I get my hatch back. Like I said earlier, she's a bit rough around the edges, but so am I. http://imgur.com/a/W7zfmLl
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I'm doing the switch so the exhaust actually runs with the correct model year. They both technically work, but the catback on my 02 sticks out quite a bit because of the downpipe, and because it's out too far it's just zip tied hanger to hanger, plus it makes the bend for the rear diff stick out farther and sit funny/rattle. I figure if things are out, now is the opportunity to make the change instead of leaving the Crawford one in and cutting/welding the Perrin one to fit. My main concern is it dragging on the ground through dips, or having it stick out and catch on something at a drift event, which is the endgoal for the bugeye.

This is how she'll sit until I get my hatch back. Like I said earlier, she's a bit rough around the edges, but so am I. http://imgur.com/a/W7zfmLl
Oh yeah drift subie, that would be sweet! Definitely smart move on your end correcting things so they all just sit properly on your car. It wont be on the back of your mind anytime you drive her and you can enjoy the Subie
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I'm trying to decide on what direction I want to take my new Subie. I think the first mod I'll do is "paid off" but after that I'm not sure. I've been watching a lot of Launch Control these last few weeks so I'm full of very bad no good awful ideas that certainly need to be tempered by reality and budget.

but a guy can dream right?
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