A Monster Transformation ... Top Scoob 018

Well I first got into the Subie scene early on when I purchased a wrecked wrx wagon from fosterauto. It was freakin amazing, scared the beegeezes out of me the first time I floored it. After autocrossing that for a year I got the mod bug. I added a set of coilovers, rsb, endlinks, a nice alignment from speedware and a set of 245 width R comps. This setup was nice, but I knew I could have a better car at the same price. So this led me to buy a car with twice the miles and has eight years on the wrx. This car was also an awkward two tone, has a way stiff ride and I’ve dropped ten times more amount of money into it than kbb deems it worth. The feeling of beating 911’s at the track has made that all worthwhile in the end. I had the swap done at Frantic Four in Tacoma Washington. They let me help out at the shop where I learned so much more than I could have ever learn on the intraweb.

Go fast:
Ej20g engine swap out of a version 1 sti wagon
Version 1 tranny w/uncle skotty’s cocktail
Ebay fmic
Frantic four custom intake
Turbo smart bov
Hydra EMS
HKS downpipe
Ebay cat back

Kyb’s and tanbe springs
Camber bolts
Whiteline fsb
Perrin rear end links
Perrin rsb
Perrin Brackets
255 Dunlop Star specs
Rota DPT 17x9 +35
Fordahl Motorsports Aggressive alignment (camber: -2.25 f, -1.5 r)

Creature comforts:
JDM Gf8 rear bench
JDM version 1 sti front seats
Autometer Gauges
2.5 rs red stitched shift knob
07 2.5i deck

Version 1 sti front brakes
Turbo legacy rear brakes
Front steel braided brake lines

Teamprototyoe.com sedan fender flares molded on by SinisterRedlines
Millennium Jade full color swap
Version 1: Aluminum hood, lights, grille, front/rear bumper, lightweight bumper beams f/r, Rear hatch, front fenders
Sti replica oem molded front lip from the UK
Side skirts