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    OH: 2002 WRX Sedan, vf39+ extras, turnkey DD

    Price Reduced

    2002 Subaru Impreza WRX, vf39 turbo upgrade, supporting mods, extras

    $8,999 Or Best Offer.
    Location: Loveland ohio, near Cincinnati

    Clean title. Turn-key grocery getter, weekend warrior, rally car, daily driver. 180k.
    Turbochared, intercooled, AWD, 5 speed, independent wheel suspension, LSD


    For sale here is my 2002 Subaru Impreza WRX. This has been my daily driver for the last five years. I bought it bone stock with 114,000 miles on it. I immediately began the process of upgrading it. It was stage II with intake, exhaust, DP, and a cobb AP tune within a few months. By 144k I had a vf39 turbo installed along with all supporting mods: sti intercooler, sti pink 565cc injectors, walbro fuel pump etc. The maintenance is beyond the minimum. I have replaced many parts improving the car and taking care of any issues as they came. The car is to the point now where there is little to nothing left to replace outside of a transmission and engine swap. I am selling the car simply because it is time for a new project, this one feels ‘finished’ to me. I don’t plan on upgrading the engine and turbo more and I want to get a 3000gt vr-4. The car is still daily driven, completely reliable and performance ready to be a weekend warrior and a grocery getter.

    All parts were installed by either a mechanic or my local tuner (in most cases the latter). Turn in Concepts in Cincinnati, the most reputable Subaru tuner in the tri-state, who is decorated for winning real races, installed the majority. They can vouch for a healthy car. The e-tune was done by Ray Arroyo at Turbotek tuning, a accomplished and proficient tuner/etuner that generally tunes through the Cobb Accessport. The Accessport can datalog in realtime, upload maps, and do much more. The car with come with an Accessport to do with as you wish (reflash, new maps, new tune). The car is currently good for a 12.8 @ 108. The car has 270awhp, 260awt, and is about 3000lbs. Nearly all parts were bought from reputable users with like new parts (if used) on the biggest Impreza forum in the world, NASIOC., New parts were from TIC, scoobytuner.com, or oakos.com, or Subaru. Mileage on engine and body: approx. 180k. Mileage on tranny: 130k. Thing runs like new. Well taken care of Subaru’s last forever.

    When I bought the car, around 2010, the KKB value was $11,000 @ 114k, great condition
    I understand price goes down over time. But KBB doesn’t calculate upgrades and modifications and sustainability etc. I understand you never get back what you put into a car but I should get back current KBB plus half of my investment. Or another way to figure it is half original KBB when purchased plus half of investment into car. Either way someone is getting a hell of a car for a lot less that I invested.

    My total investment into car parts: $15,275
    (if you were to include labor it would easily be $22,775)
    Current KBB for the mileage is $5,500 + 15,275 divided by THREE= 10,592
    This makes the car a bit of a loss for me and quite a gain for you.

    I will let it go for $8,999 OBO (Or Best Offer).
    Willing to entertain offers (within reason). No harm in running it by me.

    *Serious inquiries only, please don’t waste my time or yours, obviously no joyrides

    Here is a run down of the modifications, maintenance and upgrades:
    (price reflects parts only, not labor)


    Performance

    Vf39 turbo (like new, rebuilt, bought from TIC- turn in concepts) $500
    STI intercooler (like new) $300
    ACT Streetlite 14.5lb flywheel (new) $275
    Southbend Stage 1 Full face, organic, dual dampened clutch kit: $400 (new)
    STI pink 565cc injectors: $200
    Cobb SF Air Intake : $175
    Walbro 255mlh fuel pump (new) $75
    Samco MAF hose: $75
    Gimmick Turbo Inlet (silicone) $75
    Catless uppipe: $125
    Bellmouth ebay downpipe $75
    HKS Carbon Titanium exhaust (used) $400
    Grimmspeed 3 port EBC $125
    Stoptech pads and rotors (OEM style) $300
    Kartboy Endlinks $125
    Whiteline 22mm adjustable swaybars (front and rear) $375
    Tokico HP (blue) struts: (front and rear) $500
    STI Take-off springs (means form an STI, used) $150
    Monroe (new) strut tops, rear: $75
    TIC spacers to fit sti takeoffs: $50
    Group N engine mounts (Subaru, new) $150
    2004 STI BBS Gold Wheels $750
    Bridgestone Potenza RE970AS (best all season tires) about 1500 miles on them: $750
    1999 mitsubishi 3000gt VR-4 Spoiler: (sells online for 1350) $500


    Maintenance and Upgrades, other:

    Vision reman radiator $125
    Duralast Alternator, reman, $200
    Duralast Power steering pump, reman, $150
    Subaru AC Compressor (used) $250
    OEM style, 1 stop colder iridium spark plugs, Denso or NGK: $50
    Motul Fliud in trans and diff: $100
    Subaru linkage update (new): $75
    2003 WRX 5 speed swap: 130k on this, $900
    Subaru Steering Column, used $150
    GE Nighthawk Platinum bulbs (best u can buy for bugeye) $50
    Headlight Restoration (that lasts, with polyurethane finish) $75
    Subaru Ball joints: $100
    Prodrive shift knob: $50
    Coilpacks, used: $75


    Genuine OEM Subaru, new, Subaru dealer installed parts:
    (mostly recalls and insurance covered)

    2 front Subaru control arms, $500
    Subaru OEM Subframe, Courtesy, $750
    ABS Module, Recall $375
    Fuel Line recall, $200
    Rear Differential: $1375
    Rear wheel hubs, knuckles and bearings: $750
    Axle: $175


    Sound System:

    This is not a BestBuy sound system, this is one that an audiophile would appreciate.

    Eclipse Aluminum 12” DVC Sub; SW8122DVC, 500 watts rms, (rated output, not useless max or peak, underrated even at that, according to SPL tests, gurus say 650 watts continuous is more likely: $200

    Eclipse head unit: $150
    MB Quart 6.5” Reference series Components, front, with crossover, tweeter: $150 (few months old)
    MB Quart 2 way Reference series 5.25” Coaxials, rear, $75
    Coustic 601SE 600watt rms amp powering subwoofer, properly gauged wire, $250
    Kenwood KAC 4 channel amp, 250 watt rms, powering speakers, $150
    Scosche wiring kit for amps, $50

    That’s a quality sound system, not sony, pioneer, polk, mtx, or kenwood (except their amp which is fine)
    Cost: $1025, Output, around a 1750 watt max system, rms is hard to remember, maybe 850 watts rms.


    Accident (1) History
    One winter a few years ago I had to swerve off the road downhill to avoid a truck who slammed on its brakes, there was impact to the side of the car, damage was concentrated, took the car to Subaru, they said it did not affect the frame, or other body parts outside of a side/corner. Trying to recall the details but they fixed everything like new. The rear diff hit a tree trunk that was cut when I went off road to avoid the truck, so they replaced that too, along with the entire rear end. Alignment and balance are fine. No issues.

    The parts and labor for this job was $7500.

    A good bit was on paint, and not all was needed. Half of this was labor.
    About $2000 of it is listed above, parts not including labor would be an additional, $1250

    The vehicle does not have a salvage title, Subaru considered it restored to new condition. No problems with it since. Just being upfront and honest. They repaired some bumper parts, grill, Left axle, fender, door, pillar, mirror, trim, quarter panel.

    I have all receipts.

    Please email/PM me @ (email: straitupstaticx@gmail.com)
    Or
    Five one three four one seven two eight five nine

    Thanks for looking!

    -Nate-


    For those interested in: turbocharged, intercooled, AWD, all wheel drive, 4x4, 4wd, ej205, sti, impreza wrx, outback sport, legacy gt, mitsubishi evolution etc etc

    VIN: JF1GD29642G523172
    Last edited by cincysubie; 05-02-2014 at 10:52 AM. Reason: price

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    thank u sir

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    I am willing to entertain offers. No harm in running it by me.

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    whyd you put an Evo wing on it? lol

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    it didn't have a spoiler. I took one from a 99 3000gt vr4. I had on a 92 stealth single turbo. tree fell on it. I love the look. it's unique. most ppl compliment it. some think it's just an sti wing. but we know better.

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    ahh the 99 VR4 wing is similar to the Evo 7 wing if not the same. I had 92 VR4. Was going to go the 99 conversion but I sold it.

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    I always appreciated something about a car that makes it unique. But then there are things like bbs gold rims, which I absolutely had to have.

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    bump.

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    Price reduced.

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    Pm's replied.

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    price reduced.

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    i been watching this car on craigs list. sexy car. im new to the subaru scene and not as smart with them as i am with honda's. i hear of head gaskets being an issue with boxer motors. with 180k, has it been done before or something that should be done soon? BTW i MAY be in that market for a WRX.....

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