I am selling my WRX because I have a lil one on the way and needed an actual family car, but I sure will miss how much fun this car is. Below is the list of mods the car has.
Brand new STi EJ25 short block from the dealer. 30K miles on it currently, 160k on the car.
Stock WRX 2.0 heads and cams. Passenger side head replaced due to cracks between the spark plug threads and valve seats.
Grimspeed manual boost control.
Perrin aluminum radiator.
Stainless, tapered uppipe.
Stock exhaust manifold wrapped.
New water pump, timing kit, oil cooler, pcv valve, head gaskets, and head bolts.
Cam seals, oil pump, front and rear main seals.
3" stainless turbo-back exhaust.
STi oil pan and pickup tube.
Parts store oil pressure gauge since these cars don't have one from the factory.
K&N air filter.
Some brand of large intake pipe.
Goodyear Asymetric F1's put on within the last two months.
New rear brake calipers and pads.
Battery replaced last year.
Lowered on Raceland struts.
New rear brake backing plates, e-brake assemblies and passenger side e-brake cable, (discovered that all the right side e-brake assembly was missing and backing plates were rusted out.
New rear wheel seals and bearings.
Silicone vacuum lines.
Auto transmission replaced with a used unit. Old trans is included and will need a rebuild.
Matte black Torren wheels with security nuts. Socket included.
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Theres is rust at the gas filler door pocket and the right rear door dogleg had some sort of repair with what looks like a rattle can job.
The catalytic converter needs to be replaced due to the interior assembly coming loose and rattling when at idle and we don't know what brand of exhaust it has. If we can find what brand it is, we'll replace it.
There is an oil leak at the turbo that has been trouble for some time. The turbo drain line tends to loosen up and leak oil onto the exhaust.
The pcv lines don't appear to be mounted like they're supposed to be. Every repair that the PO did involved using less fasteners and brackets than the car came with from the factory and using random screws/bolts to reassemble parts, hence some things weren't where they're supposed to be. We've done lots of work to this in order to put parts back correctly.
The new engine was assembled to factory specs and a proper break-in as done. All oil changes have been done right around 3K miles and we always use 91 octane at the least, usually 93 depending on if it's a Shell or a BP station.
We haven't done any tuning, nor do we know if any was done before. It runs like a bat out of hell for a daily and doesn't fuss one bit. Just has the oil leak. Title is clear and ready.