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Old 06-25-2019, 03:34 AM   #126
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Had someone tell me your can cut down a stock GD (02-07) WRX Air filter and it'll be roughly the same size as a Type D ARC filter. My engine came with the airbox and Blitz Drop in filter, so Cut it down and Bingo! Need to make an L bracket and Get the sticker now, but looks super baller. Doesn't quite make the sucky noises the Cobb SF did, but it's better in some regards for noise as it's not so in your face, maybe i'll just have to get a BOV now.


Just a random picture from hanging out with @deadHP , Just sold my RFRB Grille. I never fell in love with it like I wanted to, Getting one of my favorite grilles soon (Prova) to respray with everything else soon, debating on getting Greddy/Trust lip off Yahoo auctions before then as well... we'll see I keep going back and forth with myself


Also not pictured, I got an SYMS Oil cap. Plan to do an engine bay clean up and tuck wires super nice now, have a few other projects in the works I'll post details on when I'm farther along
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Old 06-25-2019, 03:34 AM   #127
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Small update Picked up a replacement bumper so I can get busy now :P May also have my Goal turbo lined up (HKS By Garrett) GT2835

New Billion Power steering tank


HKS Hardpipe, selling the HKS Filter part


Also snagged up a G square mid wing, My end goal is the Aeromajic. but this was in reach for the time being
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Old 06-25-2019, 03:36 AM   #128
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Updateee

Big shoutout to [MENTION=3352]Barbbachello[/MENTION] for finding this APS S/R-40 Turbo (Garrett GT28R Core) in downunder, picking it up and sending it to the states

Picked up a Mamba GT28/GT30 Subaru install kit

Greddy/Trust Type BOV

and the flange for it from eBay

bought some pieces from McMaster-Carr to make the eBay radiator have the correct coolant ports for my Turbo swap and have a spare 1/8npt port I can use for a defi later on (it along with my intercooler is off at a fab shop right now)

HKS hardpipe

Auto Shift boot bezel modded
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Old 06-26-2019, 03:15 PM   #129
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really enjoyed reading through the thread, car looks great. im looking forward to seeing more progress!
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Old 10-01-2019, 03:33 AM   #130
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Some parts from JDMpartsNW

Prova grille (getting painted white)

JDM rear bumper bar

JDM dealer playing cards
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Old 10-01-2019, 03:33 AM   #131
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Some parts from JDMpartsNW

Prova grille (getting painted white)

JDM rear bumper bar

JDM dealer playing cards
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Old 10-01-2019, 03:34 AM   #132
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eBay rad modded with Steam port/exp tank bung and extra 1/8npt for a defi gauge later

STI TMIC with GM IAT Bung too
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Old 10-01-2019, 03:34 AM   #133
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Installed the eBay rad, Cool-Nuts hoses, and Prova cap. Also, have the OEM style brackets drying from paint now so the zero/sports shroud can be mounted up semi correctly

also have the I/C installed with the SD IAT, started cleaning up the HID wiring a little and ARC sticker for the box




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Old 10-01-2019, 03:35 AM   #134
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got the proper mounts on and painted, also found a bolt to properly mount my intercooler after all these years on the drivers side need to come up with a 08-14 mount for the passenger side

picked up a Z/S TMIC shroud

spare set of links and Whiteline bushings
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Old 10-01-2019, 03:35 AM   #135
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Been after an Old school Radio a bit.. (ideally alpine) and this fell in my lap for $14 at the wreckers, spent some time cleaning it up and ordered up an AI-Net to AUX converter for it. I'm in love, even does that 90's/00's Tilt


Another item long on my Wishlist was the Rare JDM Optional Cargo Fan, a Russian JDM parts dealer located this for me. The covers are the wrong shade and no wiring harness but I planned to fabric paint my interior carpet back there anyway so no biggy


started fab'ing a harness up (I/C Spray tank and Cargo fans)

Zero/Sports I/C shroud, going to try to open this up some more to fit the 08+ Style I/C better

been sanding on some goodies to get some stuff installed soon

Some Headlight Covers for the Morettes, but test fitted them to the OEM Projectors
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Old 10-01-2019, 03:36 AM   #136
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Decided I needed to make work for myself :P Painted headliner and installed Fiber Optic lights







Painted Cargo Area, and Installed Cargo fans (mostly)



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Old 10-01-2019, 03:37 AM   #137
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Tested a Little Patch on the carpet, and went well so the whole thing went. but here's a comparison







also, sound dampened the floor
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Old 10-01-2019, 12:48 PM   #138
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Regarding the cargo fans...




I like the blacked out interior, that looks nice! Just looks more upscale to my eyes for some reason.
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Old 10-19-2019, 04:45 AM   #139
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Regarding the cargo fans...




I like the blacked out interior, that looks nice! Just looks more upscale to my eyes for some reason.
Vents the cabin out the pressure vents under the bumper cover :P pull out heat on a warm day, etc.. Need to finish wiring it and test it

Black interior is sooo nice, makes it feel so much newer and fresh
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Old 10-19-2019, 04:45 AM   #140
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Radio in! with Aux Ai-Net cable

Red stitch Ebrake

Sourced BH black Grabs

Knocked up a extension for the Blinky Alarm light so I can get a I/C spray button for dash now


Bought an Alpine PWE-S8 Under seat, in prep I bought supplies. one was Tesa tape, it's amazing. Wrapped a bunch of stuff up under the dash



Also bought some new battery Terminals


Very special JDM package inbound this week
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Old 10-20-2019, 08:58 AM   #141
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Absolutely love this wagon!

Would have loved to have kept my old wagon and swap it but it wasn't in the cards.


BTW, your carpet looks fantastic! I may try that with my '06 Legacy. Does it have a "paint" odor at all?

Keep up the great work!
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Old 10-20-2019, 04:49 PM   #142
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Vents the cabin out the pressure vents under the bumper cover :P pull out heat on a warm day, etc.. Need to finish wiring it and test it.
Ahhh, that makes sense. That's actually pretty clever. Do they work off a temperature switch or what?

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Old 11-04-2019, 03:12 AM   #143
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Absolutely love this wagon!

Would have loved to have kept my old wagon and swap it but it wasn't in the cards.


BTW, your carpet looks fantastic! I may try that with my '06 Legacy. Does it have a "paint" odor at all?

Keep up the great work!
I love it! one of my Fav colors and with JDM goodies

I'd personally try to get ahold of some OEM carpet if you have the ability to (in your case yes, I swapped my 06's tan to black)
you'll spend lots more on paint than 20 bucks on junkyard carpet plus according to my friend that did it, it will wear in high traffic areas at first and need repainted and bushed in. I've not seen them issues yet, but at 7-9 a can. it'll add up pretty quick But If you do decide to do it, the smell went away after a few days, and 100% gone in a week
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Old 11-04-2019, 03:13 AM   #144
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Ahhh, that makes sense. That's actually pretty clever. Do they work off a temperature switch or what?
It's just a manual on or off deal. but I'm interested to build something with an Arduino controller at some point to make it automatic to some level
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Old 11-04-2019, 03:16 AM   #145
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Well I bought a S401 BFM

Then started on making it work, first spent way too much time on making a Plug n Play adapter just for it to not work. Don't waste your time, flexible PCB's suck

so bought a pack of Tesa tape, yanked the dash and merged 3rd gen plugs in. turned out amazing and also put some outputs in for some stuff to come


started cutting plastic out next

I plan to fiberglass/Bondo an extension on the top of the shroud to fill the gap as the Audio guys do for speakers in time

no shroud installed at this time, but hopefully, I can mock it back in this week

Also as you probably have seen, I bought a Defi ZD ClubSport pack. this thing is amazing. gonna install the sensors this week

picked this up for the KM/H to MPH Conversion
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Old 11-04-2019, 09:22 PM   #146
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Nice work! Maybe I missed it, but what product did you use to paint the headliner?
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