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So, this is my second RS. Not much else to say. All of the info from my first RS can be found here:

http://www.rs25.com/forums/f145/t154...-progress.html

So. On with it.

This is my 1998 Impreza RS in Rally Blue Pearl. Look at the table of contents for everything!


------Table of Contents------


-Initial Build
1. Acquiring the Impreza
2. Rewiring/Converting

-Mods
1. Exhaust + Video (Now not relevant, as car is swapped now)
2. RS25 Sticker Added
3. Full Amber Corners
4. Goldies
5. WRX/STi Keyhole Light
6. V6 STi CF Strut Bar (No longer on car)
7. Leather Shift Boot
8. Front Aeroguards
9. WRX Pedals
10. JDM Smooth Rear Bumper + beam and Spats
11. RSTi Badge
12. V6 Lip
13. HKS Carbon Ti
14. Pink I Badge
15. JDM STi Carbon Fiber Strut Brace (round two)
16. TiC Shifter U-Joint
17. Version 6 STi Trunk and Spoiler
18. CD Player Delete
19. Stoptech Brake Pads and SS Lines
20. Prodrive IC Coupler
21. 05 WRX 11/16 Clutch MC
22. Prodrive P7 Wheels w/ Nitto Neo Gen Tires
23. Grimmspeed Antenna Delete
24. 06 STi Brake MC/Booster
25. STi Fender Badges
26. JDM V5 STi Gunmetal Radio Surround, Shifter Trim and Cig Lighter Light
27. 2002 USDM WRX Gas tank and 05-07 STi Fuel Sender + Surge Box
28. "OEM" Keyless Entry
29. Version 4 STi Seats + Rear Type R Door Cards
30. Version 4 STi Momo Steering Wheel
31. Version 6 STi type R Struts/Springs
32. GC STi Intercooler Cowl
33. Cusco Carbon Fiber Rear Strut Brace
34. V5/6 STi Grille
35. GReddy Boost Gauge
36. S201 Shift Knob
37. Zero/Sports Radiator Shroud
38. Volk Racing Rays Lug Nuts
39. JDM Hazard Switch
40. Fozzy Double Cup Holder
41. JDM STi Gunmetal Cluster Bezel
42. Ohlins Fixed Perch Struts/Bestex Lowering Springs
43. V7 STi Leather Red Stitch Handbrake
44. 04 STi Steering Rack/Whiteline bushings/L&E Fab U Joint
45. JDM STi Multicolor Foglights
46. STi Tarmac/Gymkhana Springs
47. JDM Rear Aeroguards
48. Flat Fuel Door
49. JDM Tails + type R Trim
50. Polk DB651 Front Speakers
51. STi 1.3bar Radiator Cap
52. V5/6 JDM STi Cluster with Full Internal KPH to MPH Conversion
53. STi Showa Height Adjustable Suspension w/ STi Pink Springs + Group N Tophats
54. Roof Swap + Sunroof Delete + New Windshield
55. STi Intercooler Coupler
56. JDM GC8 Roof Vent
57. JDM STi type R "WRX" Trunk Sticker
58. OEM 22b Vents + S-Craft Backing Plates
59. JDM STi type R Front Door Cards
60. OEM Head Unit w/ Bluetooth
61. JDM V3 STi Sun Visors
62. Trunk Light
63. V5/6 JDM GC8 STi Seats
64. Dunlop Direzza ZII Star Specs
65. Ohlins PCV Coilovers
66. Defi Link 52mm Boost Gauge + Controller
67. V4 STi Momo Steering Wheel - Take 2

-Maintenance
1. Toe In Issue Addressed
2. Bumper Paint
3. EJ20k Knock Sensor Replacement
4. EJ20k Valve Cover Gasket Replacement
5. EJ20k Oil Sender Gasket (plus bonus RX-7 content!)
6. Sunroof Motor/Relay Fix
7. Throw out bearing, pilot bearing, valve cover gasket, coolant flush Fix
8. Heater Core Replacement - Part 1
9. Turbo Inlet + Engine Harness Refreshing
10. Intercooler Y Pipe Gaskets
11. Fuel Filter
12. Fuel Pump Sender Gasket
13. Front Brake Replacement - Project Mu B-Spec
14. OEM Yazaki Spark Plug Wires + Coil Pack
15. ATE Type 200 DOT4 Brake Fluid
16. Clutch and Timing Belt + little bits
17. Driver's Side Inner Tie Rod

-Pictures
1. Random Pictures
2. Photo Set #1: Michigan Weather
3. Photo Set #2: SNOW!
4. Photo Set #3: Car Wash
5. Photo Set #4: Trees!
6. Photo Set #5: Backroads
7. Photo Set #6: Thanksgiving Day Pics
8. Photo Set #7: Out of Business K-Mart
9. Photo Set #8: 2012 Snow Pics
10. Photo Set #9: New Years
11. Photo Set #10: At School
12. Photo Set #11: Kalamazoo Subaru Cruise - September 29, 2013
13. Photo Set #12: Fall 2013


-V4 STi Full Swap-
1. Acquiring the Clip
2. Phase 1 Complete: Drivetrain Separated From Clip
3. Rear End Goes In
4. Phase 2 Complete: Transmission and Turbo Crossmember Go In
5. Jake Saves My Ass (exhaust troubles fixed!)
6. Wiring Begins
7. EJ251 Comes Out
8. Wiring about done
9. EJ20K in and running!
10. EJ20K Debug
11. First Drive and Power Steering
12. EGT
13. Exhaust Video

-Racing-
1. First Auto X: SCCA Belle Isle, July 22, 2012
2. MSCC Belle Isle, July 28, 2013
3. SCCA Pontiac Silverdome Auto-X, June 8 2014
4. PCA 131 Motorsports Park, August 23, 2015
5. Furrin Group AutoX - 131 Motorsports Park - 10/25/2015
6. Furrin Group AutoX - 131 Motorsports Park #2 - 11/7/2015
7. Furrin Group AutoX - 131 Motorsports Park - 11/6/2016
8. GRIDLIFE Midwest - Gingerman Raceway - June 8-11 2017

There are many more pages, but these seem to be the main points.. scroll through if you want more info. If you have any questions about swapping feel free to PM me too, i like to think i am knowledgeable at this point.

------Mod List------

Engine/Intake/Exhaust:
-V4 STi EJ20k
-75 ECU
-3in HKS Catless DP
-3in HKS Carbon Ti
-07 STi Fuel Pump
-WRX Power steering lines
-V4 STi Power steering cooler
-EGT Probe
-STi Radiator
-STi IC Coupler
-GC STi Intercooler Cowl
-STi 1.3bar Radiator Cap
-OEM STi Samco Sport rad hoses

Interior:
-99-01 Leather shift boot
-WRX Pedals
-Defi Link 52mm white/green boost gauge
-99-01 RS Cluster
-DIN pocket in place of factory CD player
-V5 STi Gunmetal Radio Surround
-V5 STi Gunmetal Shifter Trim
-JDM Cig Lighter Surround Light
-Version 5/6 STi F/R Seats
-STi type R Door Cards
-Version 4 STi Momo Steering Wheel
-S201 Shift Knob + 5 speed STi Pattern Badge
-Fozzy velvet lined dash pocket
-Fozzy rubber trunk mat
-JDM Hazard Switch
-Fozzy Double Cup Holder
-JDM STi Cluster Bezel
-V5/6 JDM STi Cluster with Full internal KPH to MPH Conversion
-JDM V3 STi Sun Visors

Exterior:
-Ver 6 Bumper
-Ver 6 Fog lights
-RS25 RS Coupe Sticker
-Full Amber Depo Corners
-Genuine Front Aeroguards
-JDM smooth bumper
-JDM Spats
-RSTi Badge
-Ver 6 Rep () lip
-Genuine Green I Badge
-Genuine Ver 6 STi Spoiler and Trunk lid
-Grimmspeed Antenna Delete Plate
-Genuine STi Fender Badges
-Version 5/6 STi Front Grille
-JDM STi Multicolor Foglights
-JDM Tails
-type R Taillight trim
-L Roofskin + support bars
-JDM GC8 Roof Vent
-OEM 22b Vents

Transmission/Drivetrain:
-Version 4 STi 4.44 Trans
-GC STi driveshaft
-4.44 MLSD Rear Diff
-V4 STi 4 Pots (JDM raised text)
-Project Mu B-Spec Front Brake Pads
-V4 STi Rear Brakes (Rotors are from a 94 Legacy SS Turbo (vented), pads are from a 99 LGT, more pad surface than an RS)
-Ceramic Rear Pads, nothing special
-Stoptech Stainlines Brake Lines
-V4 STi Short Shifter
-Turn In Concepts Shifter U-Joint
-05 WRX 11/16" Clutch Master Cylinder
-06 STi 1 1/16" Brake MC + Booster
-ATE Type 200 DOT4 Brake Fluid

Suspension:
-GC8 STi full rear end (bushings, hubs, lat links, trailing arms)
-20mm Rear STi Sway Bar w/ Urethane bushings
-GC8 STi Aluminum Control Arms
-GC8 STi Front Subframe
-19mm Front STi Swaybar
-Solid STi Front pillowball end links
-JDM STi Carbon Fiber Front Strut Bar
-Ohlins PCV Coilovers
-STi Pink Springs
-Group N Tophats
-Cusco Carbon Fiber Rear Strut Brace
-04 STi Steering Rack
-L&E Fab U Joint
-Whiteline Steering Bushings

Wheels/Tires
-Summer:Rays RS Zeros with Dunlop Direzza ZII Star Specs
-Winter: Stock 5 spoke Goldies with Hankook Winter I*Pike tires

Other:
-Tweeters (added them from my other RS)
-Stock Subwoofer
-Polk DB651 Front Speakers
-2002 WRX Gas Tank
-05-07 STi Sender + Surge Box
-Deleted OBD2 Emissions
-Crutchfield Window Antenna
-OEM Keyless Entry
-Zero/Sports Radiator Shroud
-Volk Racing Black Rays Lug Nuts
- S-Craft Backing Plates
-OEM Head unit w/ Bluetooth
-OEM Trunk Light Kit

Future:
-Rear quarter fix/swap
-V6 Spoiler w/ trunk (DONE)
-5 Spoke RS Goldies (DONE)
-V6 Lip (DONE)
-EJ20k Swap (DONE)
-DCCD
-Painted front bumper.. haha (DONE)
-Front Aerogaurds (DONE)
-JDM Rear Bumper w/Spats (DONE)
-Rear wiper(All parts are acquired!)
-V4/5/6 Front and Rear seats (DONE)
-JDM Grey Interior fabric kit or Type R door cards. Hopefully the cards. (DONE)
-GD WRX Pedals (DONE)
-JDM STi Cluster w/ MPH conversion (not the sketchy signal converter) (DONE)
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Old 09-09-2011, 09:43 PM   #2
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Acquiring the Impreza

So, this is probably a much longer story than anyone may have for getting their car into their driveway. It involves a Russian man, a big truck, a church, drugged up middle schoolers, and Integra, pushing the car a mile and three of the 4 wheels working. Don't worry, i will explain.

So i bought the car on RS25, kind of in a rush as i needed a car for the summer/when school started as i wrecked my other RS. These are the links to the original ads. Why plural? Because there is always a story. I guess the owner of the car, two owners ago at this point had the car and it was hit while parked. Was totaled and promptly sold it to another guy on RS25 who used it for it's engine and transmission bits, who then sold it to me. Anyways, links are here:

First Owner on RS25: 1998 impreza rs salvage title
Second Owner on RS25: SOLD 98 rs full exterior coupe

You may notice upon clicking any of those links the car is listed for sale in California. And you are right. I bought the car knowing it was gonna be a rust free shell (something we don't know much about here in Michigan) so the money spent on shipping it over here was well worth it to me.

So i sent money and went on a journey to find a shipper. I found a shipper that would ship the car for $950 from CA to MI, it seemed like a good deal so i jumped on it. Time went on and i got a call from the company while i was at work saying they didn't know the car was a shell (which i had clearly written to them in my description of the car) and they said they would need an extra $100 to ship it. Stupid. But i bit the bullet and said, whatever. I just wanted the car here.

So after waiting a week, i get a call from the Russian truck driver saying he'd be there in 20 minutes. WOOP! Pretty excited and i had taken the day off work to be able to be there when the car was there. 20 minutes later i get a call saying the truck driver couldn't make it down my street to deliver the car to my house. After a minute or so decided to have the car dropped off in a church parking lot a mile away from my house, as it was empty and i could drive up to the parking lot easily.

The trucker gave me a call and said he was there so i rolled over to the lot (had to ask my mom to drive me, sister took my other car. LITTLE embarrassing, but so is the rest of the story) and unloaded the car. She looked like this sitting in the parking lot.

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I had also noticed there were no brakes on the car. I figured there would be, and i could just tow it home with my dad using my MX-3, but with no brakes i wasn't about to do that. I thought for a while and decided to leave the car in the parking lot and go home and try rounding up 5-6 friends to push the car home.

As it turns out, asking friends to help you push a car a mile with little to nothing is return doesn't work too well. Actually all but one was busy with work or something. It was about 6 PM and i really didn't want to have the car sitting in the lot overnight as it was a car with no engine, not on my property, with Cali plates and i didn't have the title yet. My friend and i HAD to move it.

My friend came over, and we also recruited my neighbor (NO idea what i would have done without him) and he drove over to the lot in my friend's Integra. What we were going to do was put straps on the front of the Integra and back of the Impreza, that way when we were doing down hills we could use the Integra as brakes. This seemed like a good plan, but we needed more people. That's when my friend's friend called. Apparently this kid was having a bit of a party that night and had lots of people at his house. All of them were bored (read: a couple high/drunk) and needed something to do. 15 minutes later there were three overfull carloads of people at my command to push this car to my house.

There must have been 18 people ranging from 13-19 years old, so we started pushing the car. Out on to the main road, quickly going and then into a neighborhood. At this point we already have weird looks, and the middle schooler all took our there iPhones and were recording the entire event (i still have yet to see the video, but i REALLY want to).

We got down the big hill that was the hardest part of the journey, and the little kids and drunk kids were starting to get bored. So a lot of yelling and screaming and general drawing of attention occurred. Kind of the opposite of what i wanted. We got some weird looks from people in the neighborhood, but no real hate towards what we were doing.

We had made it through the nieghborhood and were now on to my dirt road. Apparently some people didn't wear shoes... i guess that makes sense.

Person 1: "HEY DUDE WANNA GO PUSH SOME BROS CAR TO HIS HOUSE!?"
Person 2: "OH HELL YEAH LET'S GO!"
Person 1: "OH BRO PUT YOUR SHOES ON"
Person 2: "YEAH NAH!"

I dunno. Anyways, we power through the dirt and are finally on to my paved street. Everything is going well when all of a sudden there is a loud bang, passenger rear side of the car slams to the ground and the tire goes flying into someone's driveway. Shit. The rear bearing had seized up and literally sheared off the knuckle.

Well, we decided to life the car on to the jack my buddy had in the back of his car and try to push it with the one corner on the jack. Not happening. Eventually the neighbor who's house we broke down by (i don't like to use the words "broke down" as the car was technically already "broken" but.. ehhh) came out with a wooden dolly. Thank you neighbor! We lowered that car on to that and got down the street. The wheels on that started getting really hot (i wonder why) and the car was just sliding off the dolly. So we went to plan... shoot like at least F at this point. I ran to my neighbor who was helping us push the car's house and grabbed his dolly that was much bigger. Using that we pushed the car to my house and into my driveway. It was just about dark at this point and we tossed the car up on jack stands and called it a night.

I offered all the kids who had helped push the car pizza and drinks (soda) but they refused. Well okay? I then offered to drive them back to where they parked their cars... but i guess they wanted to walk. Well most of them. I ended up driving back one kid i had never met before in my life back to the church in my MX-3. 4 minute ride at most taking the long way and going slow.. and the only thing he managed to say was.. "So... this is a stickshift...?" to which i was like "Yep...", he then said "Cool.". It was all very silly.

So yeah, here is a picture of the actual journey we took to get the car home. I measured it out on google earth and it came out to be exactly a mile. The red dot is where the bearing sheared.



I snapped some pics while it was dark of the car in my driveway. Here they are:







And more i took before work when it was light out:









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Rewiring/Converting

So, if you can see from these pictures and the pictures of the crashed RS, i had a few parts laying around. Well it just happened that this RS needed a few parts. The first issue that i had to address was the fact that the engine i had was a 99+ EJ251, and the 98s were wired for the EJ25D. To make this long story short, i moved over my entire wrecked RS (minus a driveshaft that was dead as hell) to this RS. This included all harnesses (engine, dash, body, doors, everything) to the RBP RS. We also put cruise control in the car and moved over fender braces. It wass very cool to see that the 98 model year had all the bolt holes for things such as the master cylinder, CC module, and fender braces although they had a piece of tape of the holes.

Then my dad and i dropped the in engine and trans. After i rewired everything and cleaned the car up. The pictures do a lot more justice in this post than anything else. Also a little bit of information i needed to do this swap was posted in this thread:

EJ251 + 5 Speed into 98 RS Auto and 99+ Conversion

But yeah pics (i'll try to get them on chronological order):



The work has begun, and the STM RS is completely gutted to make use of all the parts.





Only difference in the 98 dash bar from the 00 bar was the SRS wiring, so naturally i used the 00 bar.



Moved the 5 speed pedals over, fuck who wants an autobox? Also moved the STM entire steering column over to have the CC on the steering wheel, and messing with clocksprings is just a waste of time in this situation.



All four corners out to have new bearings and such pressed in them. Didn't want them all to pop out. Also sparkler rain dance with a friend of
mine



Seats, carpet, door cards, everything out to replace the door harnesses as well as the body harness as the 00 dash harness had different connectors than the 98 for all of them.



Looking at the suspension where the car was hit. Trailing link was bent as well as the strut, both replaced right then and there, however still had problems with it. Also just looking at the difference in bumper beams throughout the years as the engine bay harness was now wired for 00 fogs, i'd have to use the Ver 6 bumper. Which i like better anyways.



Neat comparison i tried making between engine bays



Motor finally in and connecting everything up



And some cosmetic issues addressed.
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She Runs!

Not much else is needed to be said. But it can we watched.





All the rattling you hear in this one is all the tools and such haha.
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Toe In issue Addressed

Just wanted to make a record of this here.

http://www.rs25.com/forums/f9/t16446...lp-me-fix.html

What Rear Lat Links are these??
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Looks like its coming together.
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^^ So i put that on tonight along with the kartboy hangers i bought.. i'll have some videos and pictures up tomorrow as it got dark and literally after i got the last hanger on it started to pour.

Sounds quiet as hell though and it's a lot better than having stock open headers.

Bit more power, and a lot more smooth too.
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That was quick! Hope it works well for you. I ended up with this because I drive near the police station early in the morning daily. After getting a noise citation with a leaky stock muffler, all was good with this one. You CAN still hear it if you get on it, though, even with a helmet on.
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