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    My 2004 San Remo Red Wrx Wagon

    My name is Jordan, and I got my first Subaru almost a year ago. A 2004 San Remo Red Impreza Wrx wagon. I have had quite a few beaters and the last couple of cars I have had were Hondas. I work at Heuberger Motors and someone traded it in. I got a pretty good deal on it so I couldn't pass it up. It had 132k on it (with no sign of the timing belt being done) when I picked it up. So far the only modifications I could find are tein s tech springs looks like on stock struts, a no name 3"downpipe, 3" mid pipe to a stock axleback. Stage 2 tune with a Cobb Accessport V1. The front bumper looks pretty haggard, looks like it was not prepped before paint, it also looks like he had a bright idea and tried rolling the rear fenders with a baseball bat, and on the right rear side by the taillight it looks like it was hit. On to pictures!











    Invidia Catless Uppipe


    Invidia Divorced Catless Downpipe


    Invidia N1 Race Catback


    Stoptech Sport Brake Kit


    Grimmspeed Master Cylinder Brace


    Stoptech Stainless Steel Braided Brake Lines


    Goodridge Stainless Steel Braided Clutch Line


    Optima Red Top With Cobb Tiedown


    No Name Front Lip


    Stripped Paint Off Sideskirts


    Rear Cusco Strut Bar


    Front Cusco Strut Bar


    Cobb Short Shifter


    Off With The Previous Owners Paint/Rust


    Looks Better Black



    Modifications:

    Engine:
    Stock EJ205 (For Now...)
    Cobb Throttle Body Hose

    Interior:
    Cobb Short Shifter
    Cobb Shift Knob
    5% Window Tint
    Forester Din Pocket
    Blitz Turbo Timer

    Suspension:
    Tein S Tech Lowering Springs
    Stock Struts
    Cusco Front & Rear Strut Bars

    Exhaust:
    Invidia Catless Uppipe
    Invidia Divorced Catless Downpipe
    Invidia N1 Race Catback
    Group N Exhaust Hanger Bushings

    Exterior:
    Subtle Solutions Front License Plate Delete
    Rally Armour UR Mudflaps
    Hella Supertones
    Subie Mods Hella Horn Wiring Kit
    Stoptech Sport Brake Kit
    Optima Red Top Battery

    Tuning:
    Stage 2 Tune Via Cobb Accessport V1

    Alot More to come!
    Last edited by SpadedSaint303; 09-20-2014 at 01:16 PM.

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    Nice progress there. SRR was always a classic.

    I had one of those old Cobb v1 - FYI I was able to use the cable for logging and flashing using opensource software.
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    I hope you did the timing belt =P

    Nice find though. Totally jealous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mycologist View Post
    Nice progress there. SRR was always a classic.

    I had one of those old Cobb v1 - FYI I was able to use the cable for logging and flashing using opensource software.
    Thanks, I will have to look into that. I didn't think you could do much with an antique lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by UEDan View Post
    I hope you did the timing belt =P

    Nice find though. Totally jealous.
    That was the first thing I made sure was done. I used a Gates timing belt kit with a water pump and converted to Subaru super coolant. Thank you, I love the color. I plan on getting the body work done and getting it repainted the SRR.

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