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Old 06-05-2015, 08:00 PM   #1
Calikid
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Emeral Green Pearl

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Here is a father & son build thread of our Bugeye's. We've been building these cars for a few years now with some ups & downs as most builds go but We have tired to build two unique subies with both show & go but still able to drive daily! Getting to build 2 Subarus with my father has been an awesome experience and am lucky to have this opportunity & able to share this passion with my father. But anyways onto the cars!! I will let the cars speak for themselves! Enjoy! Mine is the Green, His is the Red (Bare with me as there is a lot to upload)

Built JDM STI EJ207/Ej257 Hybrid (Son)
-Engine-
419whp/389tq at 17psi on E85
V7 Built & Ported Heads
Brian Cower +1mm Intake Valves
Brian Cower +1mm Exhaust Valves
Brian Cower Spring & Retainer Kit
Brian Cower Exhaust Valve Guides
Brian Cower Intake Valve Guides
Port & Polish Exhaust and Intake Manifold
Kelford AVCS Cams 272s
Built 2.5L Shortblock
Wiseco Forged Pistons
Wiseco Forged Rods
STI Crank
Killer B Double Can Setup
Killer B Oil Pickup
Killer B Oil Baffle
ARP Head Studs
Cosworth High Flow Oil Pump 12mm
Gates Water Pump
Weapon R Catch Can
Subaru Gasket Set
Gates Timing Kit w/Tensioner
Samco Blue Radiator Hoses
Samco Blue 9pc Aux Hoses
GT3076r .82 (Dual Ball Bearing)
TurboXs FMIC
Perrin Up Pipe (stainless)
Perrin Rotated Down Pipe (stainless)
Dump Tube
Blitz Nur Spec straight Midpipe
SPT Axle back
Tial 50mm BOV
Tial 44mm EWG (Atmospheric dump tube & VBand)
Grimspeed P&P, Ceramic coated TGV deleted intake manifold
Ver 7 JDM ECU
K&N Short Ram Intake
Mishimoto Aluminum Radiator
Hallman Boost Controller
EGT Tap
8 gauge grounding kit
Grimmspeed crossover pipe
Gates Racing Alternator & power steering belt
Boomba CnC Machined fuel rail kit(full stainless –AN fitting connection to body lines)
Fuel Labs Fuel Pressure Regulator
Fuel Labs Fuel Filter
1300cc Inj (Injector Dynamics)
Walbro 400lph
-Drivetrain& Brakes
V7 6speed Non DCCD. (40/60)
V7 R180 Rear Diff.
V7 Hubs/Knuckles/Axles(5x100)
STi Driveshaft
Billet shift fork
Viscous center LSD (Shorter 5th/6th gearing)
ACT HD Clutch with OEM Flywheel
Gimmick motorsports short throw shifter
Custom CnC machined aluminum shift knob& aluminum reverse lockout
V7 Brembo Brakes(powder coated black w/blue lettering)
Stoptech slotted rotors
Hawk HPS Pads
Stoptech Stainless steel brake lines

-Suspension&Wheels-
BC Racing Adjustable Coilovers
Front & Rear pillow ball mounts
Rear Camber Plates
18x8.5 White TE37 Reps(5x100)
Rolled Fenders & 5mm spacers
Blue Blox Lightweight Aluminum Lugs

-Interior-
Version 8 Jdm STi front seats
Version 8 Guage Cluster
IAPerformance KPH-MPH converter
04 STi Blue Carpet
STi Shifter surround
04 STi Rear Seats
04 STi Door cards
JDM STi Black Floor Mats
Black Suede covered pillars
Black Dyed Headliner
Black painted headliner plastics
Mad dad 66mm gauges (oil pressure,EGT,Boost)
Innovative LC-1 Wideband
Double Pillar Gauge Pod (Failsafe,Wideband)
ATI center dash triple gauge pod
HKS Turbo Timer
Pioneer deck

-Exterior-
EDM Headlights
JDM STi Scoop
JDM STi Grill
STi foglight covers
STi Taillights
Chargespeed Side Skirts
Ver2 front lip
Oem 3pc rear lip kit
Vinyl Wrap Done by MixxedAutoDesign

(My Fathers)

Built 2.0 Wrx Ej205
Exterior:
JDM STi v2 front lip
3Piece rear lip w/diffuser
Wrx Side Skirts w/JDM front & rear painted side skirt strakes
JDM Window Rain Guards
STi 04 taillights
JDM STi Sedan Grille
JDM STI Foglight Covers
Blackflame Custom HID headlights with HID 5000k
JDM STi hood scoop
3-way adjustable Sunroof
Vinyl Wrapped by MiXXED Auto Design.
Interior:
-CF Trim,
-Kartboy Short shifter
-Pillar corner pod & ATI gauge pod
-AEM wideband, Boost, Oil, Exhaust gauges
-JDM STi Ver8 Cluster w/IAP Converter Cable
-Full STi Interior
-HKS Turbo Timer
-Alpine Double Din Head Unit
-JBL 450W 12” sub in Audio Integrations enclosure
-JBL 500W amp
-Alpine door speakers
-Fully dynamatted trunk, wheel wells & front & rear doors for exhaust drone and speaker rattles.
Wheels/Suspension:
18x9.5 +38mm White Rota Grids with Blox Lug nuts (5mm spacers)
Front and rear adjustable 25mm sway bars w/Perrin end links.
Whiteline bump center steer kit.
04 STi steering rack.
Pivot linkage bushings
Whiteline F/R camber kits
ISC Fully Adjustable 32way Coilovers.

Brakes:
04 STi F&R Brembos (powdercoated red)
Hawk HP pads
DBA Drilled & Slotted Rotors (F&R)
Stainless Steel Brakelines

Engine/Drivetrain:
Built 2.0
CP cupped pistons
Eagle rods
OEM bearings
GT3071R Turbo with DEI turbo blanket
FMIC (white powder coated piping and red couplers)
COBB AccessPort v2
Tial BOV
Tial 38mm EWG W/dump tube
Toque Solution Pitchstop
Group “N” Engine mounts
Perrin Alternator Cover (Red)
Perrin Radiator shroud (Red)
Mishimoto Silicone Ancillary Hoses (Red)
Mishimoto Silicone Radiator Hoses (Red)
Mishimoto radiator stays (Red)
04 STi transmission
Exedy Clutch
DCCD Controller
04 STi R180 Rear differential
04 STi F/R axles, hubs and spindles
3" B&B wrapped divorced catted downpipe
3" GReddy EVO 2 cat-back exhaust
Red Perrin exhaust hangers
DW1300cc Inj
Stealth 340 fuel pump
JDM STi up-pipe PnP and coated exhaust manifolds
Delicious Tuning True FlexFuel Kit.
Tuned by Delicious tuning (Mustang Dyno) 325whp/300tq at 23psi on E85. (255whp/230tq at 21psi on Ca 91)
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Old 06-05-2015, 08:10 PM   #2
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what they looked like...




what they look like now



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Old 06-05-2015, 08:13 PM   #3
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Old 06-05-2015, 08:49 PM   #4
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wow those both came out sick
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Old 06-05-2015, 11:31 PM   #5
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Thanks man! It's been a Long time coming!
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Old 06-06-2015, 12:09 AM   #6
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life ....

is for stuff like this

much respect to you and your pop, well played boys
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Old 06-06-2015, 12:19 AM   #7
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very nice
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Old 06-06-2015, 09:44 AM   #8
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Those look great!!
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Old 06-06-2015, 02:03 PM   #9
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Where in Maine are you from bub. I live in Portland very nice builds also!
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Old 06-07-2015, 02:49 AM   #10
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Thanks!! Just wait there is more coming! No where near done with these girls! We're from Windham/Raymond area but def adventures out in Portland a lot.
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Old 06-07-2015, 03:25 PM   #11
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Lol I just asked about this on instagram yesterday and suddenly you make build thread for both cars on here. Keep up the good work you two!
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Old 06-07-2015, 04:30 PM   #12
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I had them for the cars. Just didn't wanna sit down and organize all the information. Haha.
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Old 06-07-2015, 04:32 PM   #13
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So you have VOLK stickers on your TE37 reps? If so, are you serious? That is genuinely one of the most egregiously lame things you could possibly do. If you're going to run reps that's one thing, but don't try to pass them off as real for kewl-points by consciously going through the effort of putting real stickers on them.
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Old 06-07-2015, 05:07 PM   #14
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1st of all if you look through the build list it clearly says they are Reps...2nd of all no I didn't put them on they were on when I bought them and I'm waiting till the tires run out and getting a completely different set of wheels & tires. Pretty sure with the car I built I don't need "kewl" points for the rims.
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Old 06-07-2015, 05:52 PM   #15
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1st of all if you look through the build list it clearly says they are Reps...2nd of all no I didn't put them on they were on when I bought them and I'm waiting till the tires run out and getting a completely different set of wheels & tires. Pretty sure with the car I built I don't need "kewl" points for the rims.
Fail logic.

First and foremost. Wheels. Not rims.

It is precisely because of the fact that I actually looked through your build-list, that allowed me to ascertain that you were running Volk stickers on your replica wheels.

You have a 420WHP built motor WRX, and you're incapable of removing stickers off wheels? Why do you need to 'wait' for your tires 'run out' in order to buy completely wheels, as opposed to simply remove the stickers because you are able to comprehend that running Volk stickers on replica wheels is egregiously, horrendously, shamefully lame?

The answer evidently is rooted in the fact that you simply don't subjectively perceive it as lame to do so, and if anything, you like the fact that the stickers make them 'look' like actual TE's.
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Old 06-07-2015, 05:57 PM   #16
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Ohhhh God here we go. Lol. The stickers were on there for so long from the previous owner that they are literally stuck on there. Trust me I tried to remove it. But got to a point where I didn't care to deal with it anymore cuz it was just little pieces of the sticker coming off with a razor.
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Old 06-07-2015, 06:29 PM   #17
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Ohhhh God here we go. Lol. The stickers were on there for so long from the previous owner that they are literally stuck on there. Trust me I tried to remove it. But got to a point where I didn't care to deal with it anymore cuz it was just little pieces of the sticker coming off with a razor.
Again, for someone who claims they built a built-motor 420whp wrx, with a father, who's built a built-motor wrx, I find it hard to believe that you aren't capable of figuring out how to remove stickers from wheels, regardless of how long they've been on them. If I bought those wheels, I'd be ashamed to even drive on them until the stickers were off, because that's how shameful it is.

There are a plethora of methods to aid in their removal; goo-gone/hairdryer/etc. etc. The reality is you just haven't really tried because you like how it looks. I know I'm right because no other self-respecting enthusiast would be okay driving around like that unless it was willingly.
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Old 06-07-2015, 07:18 PM   #18
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Whatever you say man. You know everything and are a car god among boys. And just so you know it's a full jdm sti swap (aside from rhd because that's not practical for a DailyDriver) not a Wrx. have a good day sir.
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Old 06-07-2015, 07:19 PM   #19
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Jesus Christ man. Your more then welcome to come try if it bothers you that much and is such a disgrace to the car world. Lol.
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Old 06-07-2015, 07:28 PM   #20
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Again, for someone who claims they built a built-motor 420whp wrx, with a father, who's built a built-motor wrx, I find it hard to believe that you aren't capable of figuring out how to remove stickers from wheels, regardless of how long they've been on them. If I bought those wheels, I'd be ashamed to even drive on them until the stickers were off, because that's how shameful it is.

There are a plethora of methods to aid in their removal; goo-gone/hairdryer/etc. etc. The reality is you just haven't really tried because you like how it looks. I know I'm right because no other self-respecting enthusiast would be okay driving around like that unless it was willingly.
Dude, just shut up already. Close your browser and donate your computer to a homeless shelter if it bothers you that much.
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Old 06-07-2015, 08:57 PM   #21
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Glad you finally put these up. Don't feel bad about Disso, he said my build would be legit if only I didn't have replica wheels. Topscoob guy feels so bad lol... anyhow, spend a few grand on wheels or spend twice that on a built engine.... built engine > legit wheel cool guy points.
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Old 06-07-2015, 09:13 PM   #22
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Yeaaaaa I finally sat down and organized all the information on the cars..but yea I figured that a fully built redic motor was way more important as well..and I make sure it's known they are reps lol if I was trying to hide it..would be a little diff. But few more months...new rims...sexyyyyy time... "just wait for it" haha.
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Old 06-07-2015, 10:22 PM   #23
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Solid build- I bet it was a blast to do it alongside your father as well.

Ignore the overuse of aggressive adjectives by nitpickers and enjoy your car.
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Old 06-07-2015, 11:39 PM   #24
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nice builds
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Old 06-08-2015, 04:33 PM   #25
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It has been a blast getting to build these with my father. These cars will never be leaving the family. we get quite the looks at meets and driving around...these cars still have a long way to go. As one day we would like then to be "show stoppers" but that's all in time. Thanks everyone!! If anyone sees us around SanDiego or any meets/shows feel free to say hello!!!
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