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This is a discussion on 05 STI when OCD meets opportunity. pictures attached within the Builds forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; For those of you on facebook please click this link and vote for my wifes photo, if you open the ...

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    For those of you on facebook please click this link and vote for my wifes photo, if you open the link click like on the actual photo that is counted as a vote. It is for the Subiegirls Calendar
    https://m.facebook.com/story.php?sto...user=734104857

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    Well guys, I don't know if you remember my 05 STI and all the work I did to it but it is about to have a birthday and then I'm going to get it back on the road :-)








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    Another new thing I have not mentioned is the fact that I am now in my own shop and Building Four Vintage Shadow Formula one cars and a Shadow Can Am Car, here are a few pictures















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    Here's some Misc pictures







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    Here's some Misc pictures of what's been going on since this build and cars that I have worked on, projects etc










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    It's starting to make sense to me now, after following this thread for so long, how you keep this vehicle so immaculate. Working on those amazing cars, you really do need to have OCD. Very impressive, consider me jealous.

    You don't have a thread on garage journal, do you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hold_Fast View Post
    It's starting to make sense to me now, after following this thread for so long, how you keep this vehicle so immaculate. Working on those amazing cars, you really do need to have OCD. Very impressive, consider me jealous.

    You don't have a thread on garage journal, do you?

    No, actually I don't have anything else on my 05 STI except this thread. I do have a build thread on my Legacy as well

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    I finished fitting the new STI struts and springs and also the rear trailing arms and STI brake lines. The lines were a great decision, they made a significant difference and the brake pedal is much firmer now.








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    Today I cleaned up the rims and I am going to do a little touch up paint work and fit the new tires. I also removed the plastic side skirts and the large black plastic cover that runs parallel to it and found a lot of dirt in there. I would highly recommend that if you have an Impreza that you take the time to do the same thing, it was amazing how much dirt thre was in there and at the back of the wheel arch, these are the areas you will start to get rust issues over time as the dirt sits there and holds in moisture and then you could possibly start to see issues. It's a simple job to do!

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