Originally Posted by ElScooby
I have finally come to the conclusion that I am going to have to sell my STI, and now at the point where I have it exactly the way that I have always wanted it. This totally blows but I have been doing a lot of thinking this last couple of months, regarding my current and future financial situation. For those of you who donít know my company has been going through the approval process of being bought by BMO, or Bank of Montreal and the status of our jobs has been up in the air for quite a while.
This has to be one of my favorite mods to my car thus far. The entire process for me took between 2-3 hours. I had a few mistakes that caused me to take longer than it would have taken error free.
The tools needed:
10 & 14 mm sockets
Pickle fork door panel removal tool. This one is optional considering you could use a putty knife or even your flathead screwdriver. I used the screwdriver.
I figured that since I was only somewhat comfortable at tackling this project on my own, I would write up the process so that others who plan on doing this will have something to reference. Sorry, no pics for this. I may try to find pictures from other people but for now, you will just have to picture it in your head. This DIY can be adapted to do any of the following:
Spring & shock install
most of the steps are the
I figured that the best way to show off my car was to create a Blog \ Garage for my Wagon. So here she is:
2003 PSM (Platinum Silver Metallic) WRX Wagon
STi TMIC w/ Samco Silicone Hoses
Lightweight Crank Pulley
B&B Divorced Downpipe
B&B Turbo Babk Exhaust w/ high flow Cat
Paranoid Fabrications grounding mod
Mishimoto Aluminum Ratiatior w/ OBX silicone
Updated 11-09-2011 at 02:18 AM by AWD Bishop