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I'm going to look at my friends 2008 Subaru wrx with a ton of mods. Every thing was installed by a Certified Subaru mechanic. I've seen the receipt. Is it worth 10,500.00

New Subaru case halves have approx 35k miles currently
Stock WRX crank
Manely Rods
ACL coated race bearings
CP Pistons
ARP case bolts
ARP head bolts
Cosworth High Rev valve springs
GSC 1mm oversized intake valves
GSC 1mm oversized exhaust valves
Custom 14 angle cnc valve job for intake and exhaust valves
1000cc injectors
Deatschwerks 65w fuel pump
All emission components deleted.
Cosworth air pump delete plates
Brand new genuine subaru engine wiring harness
Crawford V2 Performance Air Oil Seperator
2008 Sti Intake Manifold
2008 Sti Top Mount Intercooler
K&N Typhoon Ram air intake
TGV deletes
Mishimoto Intercooler piping including recirc hose
GFB manual boost controller
GFB response BOV, set up 50/50 currently
Perrin Lightweight crank pulley
Gates timing belt and new water pump, approx. 50k miles
Mishimoto Low Temp thermostat
Subaru super life blue engine coolant
Oil changes done using Subaru oil filters and Motul 5w-40 oil
Subaru oil filter oil cooler
Cosworth 11mm blueprinted oil pump
Killer B Motorsports oil pickup tube
Killer B Motorsports oil pan baffle
Blouch Dominator 1.5xt-r Twin Scroll turbo
One step colder NGK plugs
Cobb Accessport
2009 Subaru wrx ecm
Optima red top battery
42 Autosports tune
Conservative tune. 21 psi.
360hp and 350tq on 93 octane

Catless Invidia fully divorced downpipe
Invidia Q300 down pipe back dual exit exhaust
DC Sports Unequal length header
Turbo XS uppipe with flex section

Sti front Brembo calipers
DBA 4000 front brake rotors
StopTech brake rotors
Stop tech brake pads front and rear
Goodrich SS brake lines
Perrin Master cylinder brace

Suspension and bracing:
Stock struts with Eibach lowering springs
2012 STI front and rear sway bars
Whiteline rear diff bushings
Whiteline antilift kit
Whiteline front lower control arm front bushings
TIC holy shift kit with Kartboy shifter bushings
TIC full transmission bushing kit
SPT 5 spd short throw shifter

17x8 Gear R wheels
245/40R17 Michelin Pilot Sport AS3. Less than 20,000 miles

Windshield 70%
All other windows 32%
Suntek Carbon Window tint done by Sunstoppers in Cornelius

STI front seats, heated
HKS turbo timer
Perrin Steering mounted gauge pod
AEM digital boost gauge
AEM digital oil pressure gauge
STI titanium shift knob
Subaru all weather floor mats
Subaru installed Sirius XM radio

Perrin shorty antenna
HID headlight and foglights
Thule roof rack with mountain bike attachment (not pictured but still have)
Factory wing
Factory side skirts
Factory premium bumper
Factory rear bumper spats
5 speed transmission and rear diff from 2011 WRX were installed about 60k miles ago
Comp Stage 2 clutch - 15k miles or less

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I wouldn't touch that regardless of the price.

Super Moderator
10,883 Posts
It could be really well done and done near perfectly. The issue comes with owning anything heavily modified. They are much more expensive to own and can be difficult to get worked on outside of the shop that modified it to begin with.
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