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Old 12-29-2019, 12:42 PM   #351
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BRGPerformnce may be correct but the part description says: Applications:
2000-05 Subaru WRX/Impreza with stock spindles.
Will this actually fit a 2006-2011 STI?

Where is this "center turnbuckle section" on Baer's site?
It should fit 02-14 STi since the inner tie rod is the same length and thread pattern.

What I called a turnbuckle is actually called a Sleeve on their site. https://baer.com/Aluminum-Sleeves-Trackers/

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Is it possible to purchase the Baer Tracker kit (3851001) but substitute the 4" sleeves that come with the kit (6250009) with the shorter 3.25" sleeves (6250034)?
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We can do this, just let me know when you are ready.

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Old 12-31-2019, 10:21 AM   #352
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Really nice kit, but I already planned and got all my fitting and hoses to start from AN directly on the rack. If someone else has a link to these let me know
On a side note, are you using your existing pump or going with the 15+ sti pump?
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Old 01-09-2020, 10:20 AM   #353
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On a side note, are you using your existing pump or going with the 15+ sti pump?
Sill using my 04 pump. AN fitting will make a switch easy if required.
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Old 01-09-2020, 10:32 AM   #354
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It should fit 02-14 STi since the inner tie rod is the same length and thread pattern.

What I called a turnbuckle is actually called a Sleeve on their site. https://baer.com/Aluminum-Sleeves-Trackers/

My request to Baer (for context):


Rick Elam from Baer replied:
Just a note on this because you referenced my instagram earlier.

I am using the baer kit with a 15+ rack on an 04 FXT (with 05STI front uprights). I ordered it with the "normal" sleeves and with the shorter ones. I think I actually ended up going back to the longer sleeve. (I'm using STI control arms... the slightly different track widths between different subaru models will affect this some).

I'll be doing some work on the car this weekend and will try to verify which one i ended up using and post back up here.

I wish i'd tried to see how the fitment worked without any cutting of the inner tie rod just to see if it's truly "necessary".
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Old 01-10-2020, 11:17 AM   #355
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Anybody did an AN fitting conversion from the steering area directly to eliminate completely the OEM line? The AN fitting adapter seems to use only the crush washer to seal properly, are they working well and not leaking?

I think I can make this work and root the line on the driver side away from the downpipe and avoid heat source. Would require making hole in the engine subframe.
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Old 01-10-2020, 11:17 AM   #356
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Anybody did an AN fitting conversion from the steering area directly to eliminate completely the OEM line? The AN fitting adapter seems to use only the crush washer to seal properly, are they working well and not leaking?

I think I can make this work and root the line on the driver side away from the downpipe and avoid heat source. Would require making hole in the engine subframe.
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Old 01-10-2020, 12:19 PM   #357
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Anybody did an AN fitting conversion from the steering area directly to eliminate completely the OEM line? The AN fitting adapter seems to use only the crush washer to seal properly, are they working well and not leaking?

I think I can make this work and root the line on the driver side away from the downpipe and avoid heat source. Would require making hole in the engine subframe.
I'm using AN lines directly into the rack. I'm using a rubber/aluminum hydraulic seal washer. I've had to tighten it a couple times as it's really not correct. I think the pressure fitting is still weeping a touch. As far as I can tell the Mooresport AN adapter is just using face seal crush washers as well.

I've gotten a couple test fittings in that are internally tapered on the bottom threads but on the one set the hex part is too big so they won't fit side by side.

I've got another set that I'll be testing sometime over the next couple months. If those don't work I may see if i can find something to machine the proper fittings.

I'm using an electric PS pump which is on the drivers side. So my lines run direct from the rack to the pump on the drivers side of the car.
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Old 03-31-2020, 05:34 PM   #358
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It should fit 02-14 STi since the inner tie rod is the same length and thread pattern.

What I called a turnbuckle is actually called a Sleeve on their site. https://baer.com/Aluminum-Sleeves-Trackers/

My request to Baer (for context):


Rick Elam from Baer replied:
Hey there, any update on this? I stumbled upon aftermarket OTRs browsing the web and I recalled this topic.

I searched Baer's site and they have even shorter than 3.25" sleeves with 2.6" and 2.9" offerings. While it may be possible to "split" the thread with a shorter heim, it seems awfully scary to have just roughly an inch and a quarter threaded into the sleeve, both the heim and the ITR.

You are listed as having a 2003 WRX. Sedan? Forgive my lack of memory but I thought sedans were good to go in terms of length, only the wagon guys like myself will have trouble.
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Old 05-14-2020, 11:54 PM   #359
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This is a great thread with terrific information that helped me out while putting my 15+ rack into my 05 STi.

I did install it with the factory 05 soft lines with a couple of bends on the 15 STi rack and removing the bracket that attaches the factory lines to one another. Built new -An lines and am awaiting my 2018 P/s pump to show up and install it.

Otherwise I did put together a guide on my website on the steps I took and how it came together. If anyone needs more photos and ideas, you can stop on by.

Thanks again for all the help and info from all the contributors.

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Old 05-21-2020, 04:45 PM   #360
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Had a really good chat with silversled the last few days and this topic came up. He has the 15 STi rack installed on his 02(?) wagon. He used the insert on a new GD ITR. But it wasn't that easy as both the insert and the GD ITR stub is a little longer than the 15 STI ITR stub. He had to trim it down to make it work.

I've always had the plan to cut more threads on the 15 STI ITR without removing it from the rack. Thought was to get it on a bench vise, grind down some of the hex section and make it 'round', before attempting to cut more threads with a tap and die set.

But here's another idea. To try and keep things as clean as possible, why don't us wagon guys just convert to sedan arms and endlinks, follow OP's instructions, and be done with it? The biggest pro to this is that we won't need to potentially dissassemble a brand new rack to mess with the ITRs; we would just need to trim the outer end of the ITR like the OP did. Most wagon owners have those terrible steel arms anyway that are under recall.

Just food for thought and discussion.
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Old 05-21-2020, 05:12 PM   #361
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@Blingstrom, I've took a fast look at your link and saw 2 points worth debating.
1) you seem to have used the same shorter Subaru Leone outer rods that I've used on my 2002 wagon. You have an STI, the +2015 outers would have worked just fine after a bit of cutting.
2) if I'm not mistaking too much, you have the Whiteline front adjustable ARB. Without delay, check that it doesn't touch your steering rods at full lock. I might have the same parts combination as you have, meaning 5* caster LCA, +2015 rack and that Whiteline ARB. I was having severe contact and had to trim the ARB, in order to not die.

https://www.subarufanclub.ro/forum/index.php/topic,2540.msg127193.html#msg127193
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So I read the whole thread and it seems there's conflicting info about the install on 06-07 cars. I have an 06 with STI control arms, so essentially I'm a sedan. My questions:

1. Do I need any spacers? Some say yes, other say no. 05 STi supposedly has a different subframe.
2. I will be doing AN lines, does that mean I don't have to clearance the subframe as much top and bottom? I think I will still need to enlarge the side.
3. I have a Whiteline RCA kit so I will be reusing my outer tie rods, I heard I can just trim the 15 STI ITRs and possibly rethread it a little bit.
4. I believe I can reuse some of the bushings (the 2 piece ones where the bolts go through) but most GD kits have a large bushing that goes around the circumference of the steering rack, will that work on the new one?

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Also is the 08+ pump absolutely necessary?
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So I read the whole thread and it seems there's conflicting info about the install on 06-07 cars. I have an 06 with STI control arms, so essentially I'm a sedan. My questions:

1. Do I need any spacers? Some say yes, other say no. 05 STi supposedly has a different subframe.
2. I will be doing AN lines, does that mean I don't have to clearance the subframe as much top and bottom? I think I will still need to enlarge the side.
3. I have a Whiteline RCA kit so I will be reusing my outer tie rods, I heard I can just trim the 15 STI ITRs and possibly rethread it a little bit.
4. I believe I can reuse some of the bushings (the 2 piece ones where the bolts go through) but most GD kits have a large bushing that goes around the circumference of the steering rack, will that work on the new one?

Thanks

Also is the 08+ pump absolutely necessary?
Please keep us updated on your conversion. I have the same wagon and plan on going sedan arms.

1. I agree this is unclear for the hawkeye. If you don't get an answer, I'd say just grab a couple of stainless steel or corrosion-resistant washers and just stack them as much as you need. Then go get the right spacer if it matters to you. This was my plan if I ever get to this project.

3. Based on the info here, you may also need thinner jam nuts.
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Old 06-04-2020, 06:44 PM   #364
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Please keep us updated on your conversion. I have the same wagon and plan on going sedan arms.

1. I agree this is unclear for the hawkeye. If you don't get an answer, I'd say just grab a couple of stainless steel or corrosion-resistant washers and just stack them as much as you need. Then go get the right spacer if it matters to you. This was my plan if I ever get to this project.

3. Based on the info here, you may also need thinner jam nuts.
Thanks, don't hold your breath on a time frame though. I ordered a used rack but won't really have time to fit it for a few weeks.

I would say by August I'll have it done
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Iím having a run of threaded adapters made that will let you use the shorter innner tie rods from an RS. That will avoid the cutting and hacking.

Iíve already sent payment for the first run.
If I get a few more folks interested I can increase the order.

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I used these and took out the tabs, you won't have as much thread engagement vs the adapters above, but they have worked great so far.

Edit: to clarify, these adapters were to adapt the 1st gen RS style tie rods to the new STI quick ratio column


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So I read the whole thread and it seems there's conflicting info about the install on 06-07 cars. I have an 06 with STI control arms, so essentially I'm a sedan. My questions:

1. Do I need any spacers? Some say yes, other say no. 05 STi supposedly has a different subframe.
2. I will be doing AN lines, does that mean I don't have to clearance the subframe as much top and bottom? I think I will still need to enlarge the side.
3. I have a Whiteline RCA kit so I will be reusing my outer tie rods, I heard I can just trim the 15 STI ITRs and possibly rethread it a little bit.
4. I believe I can reuse some of the bushings (the 2 piece ones where the bolts go through) but most GD kits have a large bushing that goes around the circumference of the steering rack, will that work on the new one?

Thanks

Also is the 08+ pump absolutely necessary?
I've looked at a few pics of 06 subframes, and I really can't tell if they're offset on the drivers side or not. I believe you can get a standoff, or thick washer thru mcmaster carr (it may be listed as a spacer, standoff, washer, or bushing) that will match (or close to match) the dimensions. I can't remember who posted about that. A 3/8" (.375") thick spacer would probably be close enough to 10mm (.395").

As for the bushings, on the passenger side you will have to use a GD bushing and "clamp". The drivers side you may want to upgrade those bushings as well. Also note, I ended up adding a single washer under each of the drivers side mounts because the rack was contacting the subframe and clunking. I have some custom solid bushings that I urethaned into place though.

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Minor update. 2 seasons ago, I pulled the OEM bushings out of the 2015 rack and installed some homemade solid bushings. Since then I'd developed a popping noise, when changing directions that coincided with wheel bearing failures. But after the bearings were replaced the noise persisted, so I did some more digging.

I found 2 problems:
1) my custom solid bushing were about .020" undersized, leaving a fair amount of side to side play (likely the problem)

2) the raised boss on the top side of the rack was contacting the subframe (also a problem).



I remedied both of these problems by reinstalling the bushings wet with some urethane, and using washers on the top side to space everything back down. There are no noises now.

I don't remember for sure if I had this popping noise before when I just had the OEM bushings in the '15 rack. BUT for anyone who has that noise, take a look into it, you may have to shim the rack down.
You may be able to rethread the inners, I just cut both my inners and outers, leaving only enough to fit a wrench onto the outer. I still think thread adapters to use GD ITRs are the better way to go, but if you can save some money with a grinder/cutoff disc, there's no reason not to

This post may also be helpful though (you get more bumpsteer adjustment than the whiteline ends)
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According to @brgperformance on Instagram, this heim-joint tie rod end kit from Baer can be used with only cutting 1/4" off the stock '15 STi inner tie rods. They also have a center "turnbuckle" section available in 3/4" shorter than stock which should make it to where you don't need to cut anything.

https://baer.com/Baer-Tracker-Adjust...s-3851001.html

I haven't ordered the kit just yet but thought I'd share what I found out.


The 08+ pump isn't necessary, but it helps. At lower engine speeds, the GD pump seemed to struggle to supply enough pressure. You will NEED to use an AN line from the pump to use the 08+ pump though as the line exits in a different place. See Tenchi WRX's post https://forums.nasioc.com/forums/sho...&postcount=222

In the meantime, I have rehosted all of my images in this thread (OP), hopefully that will help some.
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I'm definitely interested in those threaded adapters.

On a GD, if swapping to the 08+ pump, would it be possible to simply use a 08+ STi power steering line from the 2015 hardline at the rack to the pump?
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I'm definitely interested in those threaded adapters.

On a GD, if swapping to the 08+ pump, would it be possible to simply use a 08+ STi power steering line from the 2015 hardline at the rack to the pump?


Please send me a pm. Iím dealing with people on FaceSpace also. Sorry it took so long to respond. I still have time.
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I've looked at a few pics of 06 subframes, and I really can't tell if they're offset on the drivers side or not. I believe you can get a standoff, or thick washer thru mcmaster carr (it may be listed as a spacer, standoff, washer, or bushing) that will match (or close to match) the dimensions. I can't remember who posted about that. A 3/8" (.375") thick spacer would probably be close enough to 10mm (.395").



As for the bushings, on the passenger side you will have to use a GD bushing and "clamp". The drivers side you may want to upgrade those bushings as well. Also note, I ended up adding a single washer under each of the drivers side mounts because the rack was contacting the subframe and clunking. I have some custom solid bushings that I urethaned into place though.







You may be able to rethread the inners, I just cut both my inners and outers, leaving only enough to fit a wrench onto the outer. I still think thread adapters to use GD ITRs are the better way to go, but if you can save some money with a grinder/cutoff disc, there's no reason not to



This post may also be helpful though (you get more bumpsteer adjustment than the whiteline ends)









The 08+ pump isn't necessary, but it helps. At lower engine speeds, the GD pump seemed to struggle to supply enough pressure. You will NEED to use an AN line from the pump to use the 08+ pump though as the line exits in a different place. See Tenchi WRX's post https://forums.nasioc.com/forums/sho...&postcount=222



In the meantime, I have rehosted all of my images in this thread (OP), hopefully that will help some.


I was reading the the pumps for the 15+ STi were about an 18% increase ... I got such a good deal on my rack I just bought the pump with it. The only difference was the outlet on the side. Thatís pretty easy to deal with.
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I'm definitely interested in those threaded adapters.

On a GD, if swapping to the 08+ pump, would it be possible to simply use a 08+ STi power steering line from the 2015 hardline at the rack to the pump?
YES. I make my hoses. It's not too hard and I save close to $100 when I do. Just made one for a buddy.
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YES. I make my hoses. It's not too hard and I save close to $100 when I do. Just made one for a buddy.
Isn't the turbo inlet in the way?
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I've looked at a few pics of 06 subframes, and I really can't tell if they're offset on the drivers side or not. I believe you can get a standoff, or thick washer thru mcmaster carr (it may be listed as a spacer, standoff, washer, or bushing) that will match (or close to match) the dimensions. I can't remember who posted about that. A 3/8" (.375") thick spacer would probably be close enough to 10mm (.395")....
Thanks!

On a side note the rack I ordered was not available so this will be on the back burner again.
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