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Old 11-05-2013, 09:30 PM   #1
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Default The JDM STI Saabaru, an EJ207 & 6-Speed Filled Wagon

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Decided to finally start a build thread so herrreee weeee...GO!

To start, this is my second car, My first was an 02 Pontiac Grand Am SE1. It was nice, 2.2L I4, automagic and only 120,000miles on the odo when I bought it. Well, I got tired of the automagic transmission, I wanted a manual for the fun factor and the feeling of better control of the vehicle. I played with the manual mode in the pontiac a lot but I knew it wasn't good for the trans. I had the pontiac for a year into college before I got the Saabaru.

I picked this car up in Chicago with a broken motor. A couple friends and I decided to travel to Chicago and in 1 weekend, swap out the longblock and drive it home to Michigan.

Why did I get a Subaru?
Well, when in my first year of college, I went to an event and got to ride in a 2004 Subaru WRX wagon. Later I found out it had an EJ205 with forged pistons and rods, a Deadbolt 18g turbo pushing 22psi, 1000cc injectors and supporting mods. It was the fastest car I had gotten a chance to ride in yet. We became good friends and he got me into Subaru's.

The Fun Begins
Motor install happened in chicago in a friends driveway over a weekend. That's right, a longblock swap, Friday Night to Sunday Afternoon. It was stressful, I had never gone this deep into car repair ever so my Subaru friend did 90% of the work while I help as much as I could and learned. Sunday afternoon comes, time to drive back to the Detroit,MI area, a 4 hour drive. The Saab was having power steering issues because the system had bubbles in it and we knew the turbo was bad but it had to work. During the whole drive back, the car had oil smoke belching out of the exhaust. Halfway into the trip, the power of the car was so bad we pulled over again and found out the turbo was just glowing.


My subaru dude figured out by taking the coupler between the intake and TMIC off completely and disconnecting the maf, it would be the same as running N/A. It was dangerous because the air was now unfiltered but the risk had to be taken. Ended up making it back, my friend had a spare TD04 in his garage that he installed the next day and then the car was good to go.

My Modding Addiction
Now, when the new motor was installed, the first mod was also installed. A Turbo XS Catless Stealthback exhaust system(DP and midpipe). Unfortunately it didn't meet up with the stock axleback correctly so I had a nice exhaust leak for a while but I enjoyed it. My first exterior mod was the blacking out of the grill. It turned out great. After that I got some Epic Engineering Lowering Springs and a Rear Strut Tower Brace. The lower springs are great. Not too low but got rid of the front gap and the ride wasn't bad at all.


Next, I got a Prodrive Oval-tip Axleback to fix the exhaust leak and I do love the sound of a fully catless TBE feeding into that axleback. Not loud at all but you could hear the rumble and it opened up nicely at higher throttle. Now, it was time for some power mods. I got a catless uppipe, Walbro 255lph fuel pump and got in contact with a local road tuner for a stage 2 tune. We could only get 16psi because the stock boost control solenoid was a little clogged, I got a grimmspeed EBCS later on to fix that. To make a retune worth it, I waited a while and got a K&N Typhoon Intake, Perrin Turbo Inlet, and a setup I was dreaming about, an external wastegate setup. Why did I want one for a stock TD04. Because of the noise. I know that sounds like a dumb reason but eventually I would need one for a bigger turbo and I found good prices. I purchased a CNT Racing uppipe with the EWG bung, a TiAL 38mm MV-S Wastegate and I did the install myself. The install of the first uppipe was again mostly done by my subaru friend but the external I did myself with a little help from my dad who has no automotive experience other then oil changes. Got the re-tune and loved it, 19psi, EWG, even more turbo intake sounds and because of the perrin inlet, I could hear the stock bpv. Next favorite exterior mod, I got new wheels. XXR 530 17x8.25 +35 in Chromium Black with some BFGoodrich G-Force KDW NT 235/40 Tires. They look awesome. Love the concave face and the double 7-spoke design. Rubbed in the rear a little so I got some 1/2" strut spacers for the saggy butt thing and I had the rear fenders rolled. It didn't help that I had a big, custom subwoofer in the back with a 15" 1250w Sub, not light.


Next exterior mod, I blacked out the headlights the proper way, not just spray painting the inner trim piece in the headlights. Saabaru's look weird in my opinion when you do that because the third/turn signal area gets completely blacked out, all the reflective areas.


The Mod List(Finally )

Engine/Exhaust:
-JDM Version 8 STI EJ207 Complete Motor, VF37, Twinscroll, AVCS Goodness, Gates Timing Belt Kit, SS Braided AVCS Oil Line
-Torque Solutions/Cusco Engine Mounts (Came with Motor)
-Tomioka Twinscroll Catless Downpipe
-TurboXS 3" Midpipe
-Prodrive Oval-tip Axleback
-K&N Typhoon Short Ram Intake
-Perrin Turbo Inlet
-Walbro 255lph Fuel Pump
-Grimmspeed EBCS
-RCI 1000cc Injectors
-Forge Recirculating BPV
-Killer B Oil Pickup and Baffle

Transmission/Driveline
-2004 JDM Forester STI 6-Speed Trans - Tall Gearing (Same as USDM Legacy GT Spec B), AP Suretrac LSD Front Diff, Non-DCCD, OEM Short Throw Shifter
-R180 STI Rear Diff - AP Suretrac LSD, 3.90 to match Trans
-South Bend Stage 2 Endurance Clutch - For STI, 565ft-lbs Crank Torque Capacity, Mated with an OEM STI Flywheel
-Goodridge Stainless Steel Braided Clutch Line
-Cusco 6MT Trans Mount
-Group N Pitch Stop
-Turn In Concepts Trans Crossmember Bushings
-Turn In Concepts Holy Shift Kit - Kartboy Front and Rear Shifter Bushings, TIC Linkage and Pivot Bushings

Suspension/Brakes/Wheels:
-STI Aluminum Front Control Arms and Rear Lateral Links (10mm Wider than Wagon Stuff)
-JDM Version 8 STI 5x114.3 Hubs with Brembo Front and Rear Calipers
-STI Stock 20mm Front and Rear Swaybars
-Feal 441 Coilovers for 05-07 STI: 8k/7k (F/R) Spring Rates, Front & Rear Camber Plates
-Turn In Concepts Super Sexy Suspension Kit - Lateral Link and Trailing Arm Bushings (Race Stiffness)
-Turn In Concepts Unabomber's Sexy Rear End Kit - Rear Diff Mount & Subframe Bushings, Kartboy Rear Subframe Lockdown Bolts
-Moog 12mm Camber Bolts for Rear (Parts Store)
-GTSpec Rear Strut Tower Brace
-Stoptech Street Brake Pads - 04+ STI, Front and Rear
-OEM STI Brake Rotors
-Goodridge Stainless Steel Braided Brake Lines
-2006 STI Steering Rack (Not stock, swapped to this one)
-F4M High Pressure Stainless Steel Braided Teflon Coated Powersteering Line
-(DD Wheels) Wedsport SA-55M Wheels - 18x8.5" ET50, Powdercoated Gold by Wedsport, Tires: Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 - 235/40R18
-(Race Wheels) 05 STI BBS Wheels - 17x8 +53 Powdercoated Cadillac Grey (Prismatic Powders Color), Tires: Dunlop Direzza Z2 Star Spec Tires - 245/45R17

Interior/Exterior:
-Alpine ida-x303s Single DIN Head Unit (Came with Car)
-HiFonics GLX1400.1 Class D 1400w Mono Amplifier
-Prosport Performance Series Mechanical Boost Gauge w/ Mounting Cup
-Defi Racer 52mm Oil Pressure Gauge - Red
-JDM Version 8 STI Front Seats
-Saabaru Cloth Rear Seat and Door Cards (Car came with the leather interior from the factory)
-Satin Black Center Console Trim & Vent Bezels, Gold HVAC Dials, Subtle Solutions HVAC Black Overlay Decals
-STI Option Duracon Shift Knob
-Blacked Out Grille
-Blacked Out Headlights
-Blacked Out Lower Front Bumper
-Debadged "9-2x" & "Aero" on Hatch
-Custom Door Decals "STI Saabaru Technica International", STI in Gold, Rest in Black
-Custom Euro Plate with MOVE OVER in mirror reverse
-DIY Front Lip (Garage Door Weather Stripping)

The 2nd Motor (excluding the original owners broken one I replaced):
Well, the motor that was installed when the car was first purchased had some oil consumption issues, .5 quarts every ~250 miles. Didn't really try to figure it out either. Went and played around on the highway with a friend who also had an 04 wrx wagon but his was stock except for TBE and BOV. I got into doing a long 5th gear pull which I don't do usually. Maxed out the speedo, felt awesome, got back, parked it until the next day. Went to drive the 5mins to my school for class, car is making a clicking noise that changes with revs. Come back and start researching possible problems I could have, research points to most likely a spun bearing so I park the car and stop driving it. I pull the motor myself and tear it down to a longblock (most I had ever dug into a car by myself). I took the longblock to a local subaru mechanic, they tear the block apart and discover I spun not 1 but 2 rod bearings. Time for a new longblock again.
I found a JDM EJ205 for sale with 20,000miles on it with an STI oil pan and Killer B oil pickup & baffle, awesome, right? Kinda, I purchased the longblock, I got a Ver 7 wrx ecu, JDM sti pink injectors, the IA Performance AVCS Engine & Bulkhead wiring harnesses and the Forge BOV. I installed the motor all by myself (crazy, right?), and when I tryed to hook the AVCS up, I found out it is different. It is too different, the cam position sensors and solenoids were USDM EJ25 but the block and heads are all EJ20.I got a refund on the wiring harnesses and sold the jdm ecu. After I got everything else hooked up, I had a bad oil leak and an exhaust leak. At this point I am fed up with the car so I took it to the subaru mechanic. The oil leak was from bad crush washers on one the turbo/avcs SS oil line banjo's and an unblocked port for an air pump system. Didn't even know about that system before. They fixed that and the exhaust leak and re-adjusted the tune. The whole time I am wondering what kind of motor did I actually buy. My current best guess after some good research and talking to certain companies is that my motor is a 06-07 non-USDM & non-JDM EJ205. Dunno but the car finally works.

The "New Motor", Motor #3 (EJ207 Powaaaaa):
This story begins with a nice snowstorm in February, we got 11" of the white stuff. I hadn't played in the snow with the Saabaru since 2 winter previous. Had a perfect parking lot, large, smooth, and just a few light polls. Afterwards there was a clicking/whirring sound coming from the engine/trans bellhousing area. This noise was heard only when decelerating in gear with the clutch engaged but the rpm had to be up past 3k to hear it. I decided to take it to a guy that has worked on Subie's for a while and has one himself (08 WRX pushing 400whp, he's fixed his 5 speed a couple times, lol). After inspection, he concluded that the trans is fine and that it was probably the wheel bearing going which they were. We decided to pull the engine to refresh some gaskets, replace some injector seals since Kris(Mechanic) thought there was a vacuum leak for one possibly causing by Misfire codes and lean condition code. Once the motor was pulled, we saw that the 2 small screws holding the bearing surface to the flywheel had snapped and the main bolts were loose. Rear main crank surface was dented and some bolt holes were stripped after removing the bolts. The motor would have needed a new crank but since the block already had 2 stripped bellhousing bolts and a motor mount bolt hole, along with OEM shortblock being supposedly on backorder, I decided to get my finances in order and get a EJ207...finally.

Almost the End

Go to pages 5 & 6 (Desktop Version) for all the info and goodness of the 6-Speed Swap.

This is were I am right now so here are some more pictures. Thanks for reading this crazy long post. Congratulations on completely reading this post (essay)



Hope you enjoyed my thread and let the Subaru(Saabaru) Ownership and modding continue.

Some photos taken By jsfauxtaug and the guy that gave me the Subaru Inspiration, Faster_Gun. Thanks
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Old 11-05-2013, 09:31 PM   #2
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Old 11-05-2013, 09:56 PM   #3
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Sick...I love the look of the 9-2X.
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Old 11-05-2013, 10:06 PM   #4
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Old 11-05-2013, 10:19 PM   #5
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Love these, my car gets mistaken for one all the time and I'm not mad about it.
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Old 11-06-2013, 01:32 AM   #6
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I was like hmmm these cars look familiar small world
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Old 11-06-2013, 06:47 AM   #7
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^ is that from the block party in Chi?

Edit: Doh. Its clearly Murder city.
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Old 11-06-2013, 08:03 AM   #8
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Djuss21, your image is not showing itself to me. What bis it? :/
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Old 11-06-2013, 08:09 AM   #9
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Welcome to the Saabaru family. I have one myself and love the cheaper insurance that goes with them. Almost $600 cheaper/year than a wrx of the same year lol
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Old 11-06-2013, 08:12 AM   #10
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Really, hmmm, I really need to get this car paid off then.
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Old 11-06-2013, 09:53 AM   #11
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Djuss21, your photo is working now. Yeah, small world, how are you doing?
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Old 11-06-2013, 10:48 AM   #12
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Nice, trying to get into one of these or the subaru wagon.
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Sweet "saabaru" my buddy might be getting one of these.
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Old 11-06-2013, 11:32 PM   #14
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Thanks for liking my Saabaru. I love it.

So many things I want to do. Uhhh

Flossy Shift Knob.
Black out roof panel with a wrap.
Get a bigger turbo and sti tmic.
Coilovers.
Sway bars.
Some awesome non-racing specific 17x8.5 +45 wheels with 245/40 tires.
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A 12" subwoofer with custom box built by me.

Money sucks :/

Anyone else got some awesome setups on their wrx/saabaru wagons. I am on the wagon threads too so I do see some sweet setups.
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Doing good it was to bad my time in flint was so short this summer, your car is coming along nicely!
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Thanks for liking my Saabaru. I love it.

So many things I want to do. Uhhh

Flossy Shift Knob.
Black out roof panel with a wrap.
Get a bigger turbo and sti tmic.
Coilovers.
Sway bars.
Some awesome non-racing specific 17x8.5 +45 wheels with 245/40 tires.
&
A 12" subwoofer with custom box built by me.

Money sucks :/

Anyone else got some awesome setups on their wrx/saabaru wagons. I am on the wagon threads too so I do see some sweet setups.
Here's mine at a local rally cross. Just lowered on epic engineering springs. May lift it with a forester setup and throw some mud crawler type tires on.

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Old 11-07-2013, 01:06 AM   #17
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Here's mine at a local rally cross. Just lowered on epic engineering springs. May lift it with a forester setup and throw some mud crawler type tires on.
Nice. Same lowering springs as me. No rally cross in my area but I would love to do it a couple times. I am personally not a big fan of lifted subies but to each their own.
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Old 11-07-2013, 01:07 AM   #18
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Doing good it was to bad my time in flint was so short this summer, your car is coming along nicely!
Thanks. Have you done anything to the hatch?
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Had a nice trip to Horsepower Techs today, my local Subaru shop. Went there to get my tune checked out and to get some more info on my misfire. Just has the main Subaru tech is looking at my engine, we noticed my upper coolant hose was touching a radiator fan. We moved it a little to confirm that is where the noise was coming from. Then the tube burst right in front of us. I was extremely lucky this happened at the shop. Got that fixed. Tuner checked out my tune, said it was good but my fuel trim corrections at idle were at 25% which is high. Narrowed down the misfire to cylinder 1. I swapped the coils between cylinders 1 & 3 and the misfire did not follow the coil. :/
Gonna have to switch the the injectors between those cylinders and see if the jdm pink injectors could have a problem. Otherwise a fun day.
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Old 11-23-2013, 03:23 PM   #20
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Put the winter stockers on today.
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Had a nice trip to Horsepower Techs today, my local Subaru shop. Went there to get my tune checked out and to get some more info on my misfire. Just has the main Subaru tech is looking at my engine, we noticed my upper coolant hose was touching a radiator fan. We moved it a little to confirm that is where the noise was coming from. Then the tube burst right in front of us. I was extremely lucky this happened at the shop. Got that fixed. Tuner checked out my tune, said it was good but my fuel trim corrections at idle were at 25% which is high. Narrowed down the misfire to cylinder 1. I swapped the coils between cylinders 1 & 3 and the misfire did not follow the coil. :/
Gonna have to switch the the injectors between those cylinders and see if the jdm pink injectors could have a problem. Otherwise a fun day.
I also had a local shop tell me my upper coolant hose on the verge of bursting open and I'm at 75kish miles. Had that replaced that same day. Wonder why it happens to our cars and not a normal WRX like my previous car.
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Old 11-23-2013, 05:19 PM   #22
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I also had a local shop tell me my upper coolant hose on the verge of bursting open and I'm at 75kish miles. Had that replaced that same day. Wonder why it happens to our cars and not a normal WRX like my previous car.
I don't know if maybe the radiator sits a little farther back closer to the motor. Mine was being hit by the fan and it only happened after I had replaced the motor. Wierd.
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Saabarus look tough! I like em!
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Never been a fen of red of the rex but the saab pulls it off just right. Sexy.
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