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View Poll Results: Top Scoob #002 ~Final Round
dan avoN7 443 50.74%
MikeyMike 124 14.20%
STi-JDM 306 35.05%
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Old 06-01-2007, 10:36 AM   #1
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Default Cast Your Vote! Top Scoob #002

It's that time again, time to make you choice for who gets to reign as Top Scoob.

We've got a little something for everyone this round so take your time, reread their stories, ponder their photos, pull out the magic 8-ball if you have to, just make your decision and vote!
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Old 06-05-2007, 06:45 PM   #2
dan avoN7
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Member#: 32771
Join Date: Feb 2003
Chapter/Region: BAIC
Location: Danville, CA
03 Black WRX
04 White M3


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Dan's 2003 Street Driven WRX

Axis Built 2.5 Block (CP Coated Pistons, Pauter Rods, etc.)
JDM V7 Heads (+1mm Valves, Dual Valve Springs, etc.)
Kelford 278/272 11.3 Lift Cams
Hydra EMS
Garrett GT35R 1.06
Peakboost Uppipe/Downpipe
HKS Carbon Ti Exhaust
Tial 44mm Wastegate
Tial 50mm BOV
Blitz FMIC w/ custom 3" Piping
JDM V7 Intake Manifold Extrude Honed
JDM V7 Spec C TGV's
70mm Throttle Body
RC1000cc Injectors
Axis Racing -6AN Fuel Rails
Aeromotive FPR
Walbro 255 In tank Fuel Pump
SMP Surge Tank
Bosch 044 External Fuel Pump
Peterson Fuel Filter
Element Tuning Competition Catch Can
Process West Oil Cooler
PWR Radiator
Perrin Radiator Hoses
Crucial Racing Thermostat

JDM V7 STi 6 Speed Suretrac LSD
JDM V7 STi R180 Rear End
JDM V7 Brembo Brakes
DBA 5,000 Series 2pc Rotors
Pagid Blue 4-2-1 Brake Pads
ATE Super Blue Brake Fluid
Stoptech Stainless Steel Brake Lines
Zeal B6 Coilovers
Cusco Ti Front Strut Bar
Cusco OS Rear Strut Bar
Cusco V-Brace
Whiteline Rear Sway Bar
Whiteline Rear Lateral Links
Whiteline Rear Subframe Bolts
Subydude.com +1 Endlinks
Volk CE28's 17x8 +44
245/40/17 Bridgestone Potenza RE-01R

Recaro SRD Seats
STi Gauge Cluster
STi Shifter Trim
STi 6 Speed Shift Knob
Alpine Head Unit
Defi Link Gauges (Boost, EGT, Oil Pres)
Tein Hood Dampers
STi Projectors w/ 6500k HID's.
STi Hood Scoop
STi Grill
STi v2 Front Lip
STi Fog Covers
STi Side Markers
STi S202 Center Caps

I purchased the car near the end of 2002, a black 2003 Subaru WRX. At the time I did not have big plans for the car, it was meant to get me to and from school and for trips up to the snow. Things quickly changed though as I started attending local meets and really got involved in the Subaru community. I started slowly modding the car with the basic bolt on upgrades and was content with the car. Near the middle of my senior year in highschool I had a pretty light load of classes and really started to modify the car. I did the basic vf30 turbo upgrade with all supporting mods and also followed that up with coilovers. The car was a blast on the street and handled well on the backroads. Also I had a great time working on the car and doing all of the installs myself.

After running the vf30 setup for a little over a year I was eager for more power. Over the next couple of years the car went through many changes. Ranging from a stock motor ej205 with a rotated GT series turbo all the way to a full JDM V7 drivetrain swap that I installed by myself in my garage. I ran the JDM V7 swap for about a year until that motor unfortunately spun a rod bearing at a track day last winter.

I am now on to a new motor setup and just finished tuning it. This time I went a little crazy and fully built a 2.5 block, built the heads, and installed a larger turbo. Also I flipped the intake manifold around and fabbed up some larger intercooler pipes for it. The car recently made 484whp on Speed Elements low reading dyno dynamics dyno (570-580whp on a dynojet). The car is pretty crazy on the street now and I hope to attend a lot of track days in the near future to get the full potential out of the car.

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Old 06-11-2007, 12:57 AM   #3
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I started out as a muscle car guy. I built a 1971 Chevelle SS 454 show car, and it almost ended my marriage. I was young in my career in the military and spent all of my money on it. Well this story is not about a muscle car. Progressing through the ranks, we now had time for another cool car. With gas prices rising, i decided i wanted to go fast on half the cylinders and 1/3 of the fuel consumption. I wanted a turbo. I ended up with a brand new 2005 WRX. It was everything i wanted. My wife got out of the military to raise my baby boy and the money wasnt there. I couldnt sell the rex, so i traded both my expedition and the wrx in for a Brand new Forester XT. Consolidated down to one car to save money. I could have bought something else, but i invisioned the JDM Forester STi. So i had to make my own.
I started out buying tint and some BBS wheels. The front bumper to tie the project together was over 1000 shipped from japan. That slowed me down. I bought the VF39/STI TMIC setup used. Then shortly after, the forester sports was slated to be made in america. That didn't mean anything to me, except the front bumper was identical as the STi bumper, and I could buy it down the street at my local subaru dealer. 265 bucks. Not bad. So with that in mind, i knew i could complete my project. I bought the brembos. I bought the Cobb Turbo back exhaust. Keeping in mind the whole time, i wanted a reliable, legal, family hot rod grocery getter. So i went with the catted downpipe. I ran into some hurdles. Money was the first hurdle, until i sold some old sets of wheels and i got my tax return. The next hurdle is that COBB was not able to produce the accessport for the 2007. Later on we figured out that nobody could get past the CAN BUS ecu. I called ECUtek America and they told me they supported my MY07 FXT. So i bought it. I am all stoked on turbo swap day. Long story short, the maps werent available. Jerrad from PDXtuning came to the rescue offering the UTEC as my last resort. Jerrad made a special trip to Anchorage to tune my car with the new Delta UTEC. My project was now complete.
The exterior of the car is almost identical to the forester sti from Japan. The engine is the same, except my forester is stage II. Many other hurdles along the way made this build difficult, but it all came together in the end with a little help from my friends. All I wanted was a fast, sleek, family car. I think I found the perfect ride.

The Specs:
Genuine JDM Forester STI 18" Wheels
Bridgestone AS960 pole position
Brembo Front brakes
Stoptech Rotors
Kartboy Short shifter
Kartboy shifter bushings
JDM Forester STi pink coil springs
Sti front bumper (now available in the US (same as Forester Sports)
STi Hood Scoop
JDM Sti Grille
JDM blackout tail lights
Self Modified headlights

Stock 565cc injectors
Stock catless Uppipe
VF39 turbo
Full Cobb catted TBE
Professional Tune by PDXtuning
UTEC engine management
Stock 5MT (sorry no 6 speed. )

Perrin dual gauge pod
Prosport Boost and Oil Press gauges
Sti Titanium shift knob

And it still keeps all of its capabilites.... for family trips and fun!

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Old 07-10-2007, 03:22 AM   #4
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Location: WA
05' STi. 89' GT-R
00' GT-R ; LCM x WFC



Back in 2003, I started my career in the Import industry by building my Celica GT-S and built cars for people. Until one day, a good friend of mine let me test drove her STi (JDM 2.0L because it was in Indonesia). From that day on, I fell in love with subies; the handling, the power, the look. I promised myself that one day I will own an STi.

I moved to the US for my study in late 2004 and drove my brother’s Boxster until summer 2005. I started shopping around for cars, and Subaru was the first and the last dealership I visited.

I noticed a couple different things on the US version STi that I didn’t see on the JDM version (the one I test drove was a 2004 STi). Nicer looking interior (2005), bigger displacement, prettier headlights, and I fell in love! I bought the car a week after my visit and never looked back.

And the stories begin…

My original plan with this car is to keep it as stock looking as possible and get tons of power with bigger turbo and built motor. The plan didn’t go too well; I started to think that the look of the car is getting boring and I want to make the car look different than most subies while performing well at the same time. When shopping for modifications, I try my best to stick with JDM parts and style.

I was using the Chargespeed V1 kit for about 4 months until I realized that it wasn’t the look that I was going for. After I un-installed the bodykit, I installed a Cusco GT front lip, painted WRX sideskirts with JDM aeroguards, cf mirrors, doorhandles, license plate holder, exhaust heatshield, APR cf diffuser and last but not least, the TopSecret GT-wing.

For the wheels, 18x8 +37 Advan Sienna Gen. II were chosen because it’s always been my favorite wheels and kind of rare at this point. I trusted Falken Azenis RT615 235/40 to wrap the wheels and I think that they are the best bang for the buck. I also got a projector retrofitted headlights from a member here on NASIOC. The latest part that I installed on the car is the sleek scoopless RS hood.

Done with the exterior, it’s time for the power mods. The first thing that people noticed when I popped the hood is the rotated intake manifold. As for the turbine, I stuck with a 2.4” inlet FP Green to get good power and good throttle response at the same time, with the AVC-R controlling the boost level. The other reason why I chose the FP Green is because that’s the power level that I’m comfortable with on the track; I’m still a learning-newb lol. Even at this power level, my stock clutch finally gave up after couple pulls on the drag strip and one track day. To replace the clutch a Cusco twin plated carbon made its way and it’s been one of my favorite mods til now. ARC fmic is also added to support the new turbo. Custom reflashed ECU is my choice after having lots of problems with the tuning on my TurboXS UTEC. There’s couple other supporting mods like radiator, intake, Samco hoses here and there; there’s also couple parts that doesn’t really do anything but to keep the engine bay looks pretty.

To back up the power mods, I needed a better suspension setup on the car. Starting with the Tein type Flex coilovers, Do-Luck 8-point aluminium subframe & floor support bar, fender braces, swaybars, strutbar and lots of polyurethane bushings made by Kartboy and TiC. I haven’t done much on the braking system because I feel that it’s doing it’s job and I’m pretty satisfied; I only put new front and rear pads, SS brakelines, and ATE Superblue brakefluids.

For the interior, it looked a little plain after a while with all the silver trim, hence why I rewrapped almost every plastic piece inside the car with carbon fiber; from the A-pillars, center console, doorpanels, maplight, domelight, even the seatbelt covers. Sparco Torino II seats were installed because I got a really good deal. They’re also more comfortable and way lower than the stock STi seats. Finishing off my seat setup is a set of TAKATA harnesses holding my body tight at the track.

I like going to carshows, but I drive the car daily and doing track-days at the same time, so I came up with an idea on making a nice looking soundsystem setup that is removeable. X-tant was chosen for the subs and amps, Phase Linear and Soundstream for front and rear speakers, while Eclipse AVN5495 double-din controls the brain of it all. The system is removable in about 25-30 minutes by myself.

Finally, I proudly present my STi to compete for NASIOC’s #2 Top Scoob.

P.S. I’m sorry if there are grammar mistakes etc. considering English as my second (it's more like fourth) language .



Rear shot (optional #1)

Engine shot

Interior shot

Track shot (optional #2)

for more pics :

TunerZine article :

Modlist :

Engine & "blings" :
-FP Green 2.4" Turbo
-Amuse Powerhouse R1 Titan CBE
-Invidia V2 catless DP
-Cusco carbon carbon twin plate clutch w/ intergrated flywheel
-Samco Turbo inlet hose
-Samco throttle hose
-Samco radiator hoses
-Perrin 816cc modded injectors
-Beatrush alternator pulley
-Beatrush forged pitch-stopper
-Zerosports intake pipe
-Zerosports lightweight WRC crank pulley
-Zerosports "cool-action" thermostat
-Blitz SUS intake filter
-KOYO racing radiator
-ECU Reflash
-NGK one step colder spark-plugs
-HKS Racing Ver. 2 BOV
-ARC front mount intercooler
-ARC oil cap
-ARC radiator cap
-ARC radiator shroud
-Polished alternator
-A'pexi AVCR
-A'pexi turbo timer
-Hot Inazma type LR voltage system
-Painted engine caps
-Project Mu brake fluid tank cap
-Project Mu brake fluid tank cover
-Eifel/Prova clutch fluid tank cap
-Eifel/Prova hood damper
-TechnaFit SS clutch line
-Walbro 255LPH fuel pump
-A/C delete

Wheels, suspension & drivetrain
-Advan Sienna generation II 18"x8 +37
-Falken Azenis RT615 235/40/R18
-Tein type Flex coilovers
-Whiteline rear subframe lock kit
-Whiteline front endlinks
-Whiteline anti-lift kit (sport)
-Perrin rear endlinks
-Cusco 21mm front swaybar
-Cusco adj. rear swaybar
-Carbing front strutbar w/ build in master cylinder brace
-Cusco engine mounts
-Cusco tranny mount
-Kartboy shortshifter
-Kartboy front shifter bushings
-Kartboy rear shifter bushing
-Kartboy tranny crossmember busings
-TiC klunk killer
-TiC 6MT pivot bushings
-Happi Motoring fender braces
-Beatrush differential mount support brace
-TechnaFit SS brakelines
-ATE superblue brake fluid
-Project Mu level 900 front brakepads
-Hawk HP Plus rear brakepads
-Do-Luck floor support bar
-Do-Luck 8-point subframe

Exterior :
-Cusco GT front lip
-TopSecret CF GT-wing
-Subaru Impreza 2.5RS hood
-Subaru painted WRX sideskirts
-Subaru JDM aeroguards
-Subaru JDM rainguards
-Subaru STi stem valve covers
-Cleared headlights
-Custom TSX projectors retrofitted headlights
-Speed Architech CF door handles
-Speed Architech CF sidemirror covers
-Speed Architech CF sidemirrors
-Speed Architech CF exhaust heat shield
-JDM "style" taillights
-Trunk emblems debadge
-Hella supertones (painted black)
-APS lightweight bumper beam
-APR CF rear diffusser
-Carbign Craft CF license plate cover
-LEDs license plate bulbs

Interior :
-Speed Architech CF front doorpanels
-Speed Architech CF rear doorpanels
-Speed Architech CF speedocover
-Speed Architech CF maplight
-Speed Architech CF domelight
-Speed Architech CF A-pillars
-Speed Architech CF B-pillars
-Speed Architech CF C-pillars
-Speed Architech CF front & rear seatbelt covers
-Speed Architech carbon kevlar center console
-Speed Architech carbon kevlar armrest cover
-Speed Architech carbon kevlar center AC vent
-Speed Architech carbon kevlar HVAC trim
-Speed Architech carbon kevlar shifter trim
-Speed Architech CF side AC vents
-Speed Architech CF sidemirror covers
-Speed Architech CF front & rear window switch covers
-Speed Architech CF trunk plastic cover
-Speed Architech CF soundsystem box
-Speed Architech CF clockpod
-Speed Architech carbon kevlar steering column
-Sparco Torino II racing seats
-TAKATA racing harnesses
-Subaru S203 red hazard button
-Subaru STi floormats (with STi logo)
-Subaru autodimming mirror
-Subaru Ti. shiftknob
-Subaru aluminium doorsills
-Autospeed deadpedal

I.C.E :
-Eclipse AVN 5495 double-din headunit
-Phase Linear 6" front speakers
-Phase Linear tweeters
-Phase Linear passive X-over
-X-TANT X-1244 2x12" subwoofers
-X-TANT X-1001 monoblock amp.
-X-TANT A-2002 amp.
-X-TANT A-4004 amp.
-Soundstream 2.0F capacitor banks (2)
-Jacob's Electronic accuvolt
-Stinger fusebox
-A'pexi AVCR monitor
-Valentine 1 V1.8 radar system
-TurboXS Knocklite

Special Thanks :
-Christian Coujin of Speed Architech
-Jeff Miller of JMI Motoring
-Dominic Acia of K.A.S
-Doug Smith of U.P. Garage
-Randy Stirm for all the custom parts that he made
-Nick Parker for pics
-World One Performance
-last but not least, my wallet...

might missed some stuff here and there, but that's pretty much it

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Old 08-12-2007, 10:22 AM   #5
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The final round of voting is now open!
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Old 08-12-2007, 11:18 AM   #6
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dan avoN7 ftw nice car man
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Old 08-12-2007, 05:04 PM   #7
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No Contest, STI-JDM has the best car....
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Old 08-12-2007, 05:07 PM   #8
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Gotta vote bugeye FTW
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Old 08-12-2007, 05:27 PM   #9
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BUGeye FTW !!!!
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Old 08-12-2007, 06:37 PM   #10
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Why would someone post up their Forester (its a nice Forester) on nasIoc for the top Subaru??
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Old 08-12-2007, 07:01 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by sublimeplaid View Post
Why would someone post up their Forester (its a nice Forester) on nasIoc for the top Subaru??
Because it's open to ALL subarus. Notice it's not Top Impreza #2. Thanks for your compliment, i think.
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Old 08-12-2007, 07:24 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by sublimeplaid View Post
Why would someone post up their Forester (its a nice Forester) on nasIoc for the top Subaru??
Does it bother you that a Forester is in there?

Piss off.

If it'll make you happy I will officially designate one of my Imprezas (I have three) to MikeyMike so he can be in with the hip (sheep) crowd.

As the thread title says top SUBARU, not top Impreza. Besides, Mikes lesbo wagon would probably smoke your Impreza, maybe that's why you don't like it
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Old 08-12-2007, 07:36 PM   #13
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Hey STi-JDM why not just get a clear bra??
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Old 08-12-2007, 07:54 PM   #14
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dan avoN7 - that Fuel Surge Tank did it for me !! Imma get one just like it !!
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Old 08-12-2007, 07:57 PM   #15
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Dan your car is hot brotha.
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Old 08-12-2007, 08:57 PM   #16
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00' GT-R ; LCM x WFC


Originally Posted by blue blurr View Post
Hey STi-JDM why not just get a clear bra??
I painted my bumper because I was going to sell it, and suddenly I wanted to track the car for the last time, so I used the masking tape
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Old 08-12-2007, 09:33 PM   #17
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bugeyes ftw! Beatiful car dan avoN7. Exterior reminds me of mine, you just have double the power..lol
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Old 08-12-2007, 09:55 PM   #18
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Wife chose Sti-jdm
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Old 08-12-2007, 10:29 PM   #19
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+1 Dan
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Old 08-12-2007, 10:34 PM   #20
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STi-JDM all the way.
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Old 08-12-2007, 11:44 PM   #21
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+1 for Dan. Gotta love the bug-eye!

Very nice set up Dan. I'm envious of your drive train and power mods.

Good luck with the vote, but it looks like you have it by a long run. The only thing that would make it sweeter would be if it were a wagon
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Old 08-12-2007, 11:45 PM   #22
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bug eyes 4 life...

dan represent! haha
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Old 08-12-2007, 11:54 PM   #23
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Old 08-13-2007, 12:00 AM   #24
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It's dan avoN7's turn, STi-JDM should wait until his car is done...
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Old 08-13-2007, 12:05 AM   #25
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wagons rule, great car mikeymike. looks, performance,and functional
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