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Parts List:

Exterior:

Blacktop Aero Carbon Fiber Rear Diffuser
Perrin 3" Shorty Antenna
STI JDM V Limited Front Lip Spoiler
STI JDM V Limited Front Lip Spoiler Rubber Underskirt
STI JDM Side Under Spoiler
STI JDM Rear Under Spoiler
STI JDM R205 Side Badges
STI JDM Fog Light Kit by IPF

Interior:

COBB Derlin Shift Knob Black - installed 2/26/2016
Defi Racer Series Boost Gauge
JPM Coachworks Shift Boot Perforated Black Alcantara Red Stitching
JPM Coachworks Brake Boot Perforated Black Alcantara Red Stitching
JPM Coachworks Armrest Cover Perforated Black Alcantara Red Stitching
JPM Coachworks Rear Center Headrest Perforated Black Alcantara Red Stiching - installed 4/2/13

JPM Coachworks Sun Visors Black Alcantara Red Stitching
JPM Coachworks Cluster Hood Black Alcantara Red Stitching
JPM Coachworks DIN Surround Black Alcantara

JPM Coachworks Door Panel Elbow Rests Black Alcantara Red Stitching
Perrin Ebrake Button Silver - installed 3/7/14
Prova SI - Drive Dial Black
Prova O - Shaped Steering Wheel
Status Racing Ring GT-X Bucket Seat Black/Grey Ultrasuede Red Stitching Driver Side -

installed 2/15/14
Status Racing Side Mounts with Planted Seat Base/Sliders -
installed 2/15/14
Subaru JDM Cargo Tray
Subaru JDM Dual Console Arm Rest

Suspension and Drivetrain:

Acre Brakes Master Cylinder Cover Blue - installed 2/27/14
AVO Rear Swaybar Stabalizers
Beatrush Forged Pitching Stopper Mount
Beatrush
Front Strut Tower Bar - installed 4/15/13
Beatrush Rear Differential Tension Bar
Beatrush Transmission Mount
Beatrush Transmission Member Bushings
Circuit Motorsports Clutch Master Cylinder Brace Black - installed 7/15/15
Cusco Zero 3 Coilovers - Front 12kg/mm Rear 14kg/mm
Cusco Front Lower Arm Bar Type II

Cusco Rear Lateral Links
Cusco Rear Trailing Arms
Cusco Rear Differential Cover Blue R180 (increased capacity)
Cusco Front Sway Bar 23mm
Cusco Rear Sway Bar 20mm

Cusco Power Brace Front Member
Cusco Power Brace Crossmember - installed 9/28/12
Cusco Power Brace Floor Center - installed 9/28/12

Cusco Power Brace Power Steering Rack - installed 9/28/12
Cusco Strut Tower Brace Type OS Quick Release Clamps - installed 7/16/13
Group N
Engine Mounts - installed 3/30/15
Kartboy Shifter Bushings
Kartboy 12mm Exhaust Hangers
Perrin Master Cylinder Brace
Perrin Rear Differential Lockout
Perrin Rear Subframe Lockdown
Perrin Spherical Endlinks Front

Perrin Spherical Endlinks Rear
Project Mu Forged Sports 4 Pistons x 4 Pads Slim Front Powdercoated Grey - installed 4/24/14
Project Mu Racing Caliper 2 Pistons Rear Powdercoated Grey- installed 4/24/14
Project Mu Reservoir Cover
PST Carbon Fiber Driveshaft - installed 2/27/14
RPS Max Series Clutch with Street Disc - installed 3/30/15
SPT Short Shifter
Whiteline Steering Rack Bushings - installed 3/2/14

Engine:

AEM Cold Air Intake
AEM Pre-Filter Air Filter Wrap

DeatschWerks DW65C Series Fuel Pump - installed 11/17/14
ID 1000cc Top Feed Injectors with PNP Adapters - installed 11/17/14
Killer B Motorsports Oil Baffle Windage Tray - installed 11/17/14
Killer B
Motorsports Ultimate Oil Pickup - installed 11/17/14
Koyo Aluminum Race Radiator
NGK Iridium IX LFR7AIX
Perrin Battery Tie Down
P
errin Engine and Boost Solenoid Cover Black
Perrin Lightweight Crank Pulley Black
Perrin Radiator Shroud Black
Perrin Pulley Cover Black
Perrin Turbo Heat Shield
Perrin 3" Catted Down Pipe
Project Mu Magnetic Oil Drain and Rear Diff Plugs
Prova Oil Cap Black
Prova Air/Oil Separator
Samco Silicone Radiator Hoses Grey - installed 1/30/16
Shorai LFX36L-BS12 Extreme Rate Lithium Iron Powersports Battery

SPT Quad Tip Cat Back Exhaust
STI 1.3 Bar Radiator Cap
Tomei Equal Length Exhaust Manifold - installed 3/18/15
Zero Sports Intercooler Splitter

ECU:
Cobb Tuning Accessport V3
E85 Protune 356.9 whp @4900rpm/440.1 ft-lbs @3700rpm by Equilibrium Tuning

Wheels and Tires:

Advan RG-D 18x9, 45mm Offset Black
Advan Centercap 73mm Full Flat Type Black
Advan Neova AD08 245/40-18
ARP Extended Wheel Studs, 3 Inch, Front - installed 2/10/13

Project KICS R40 Lugnuts Neo Chrome Titanium M12x1.25
5mm Hub Centric/Wheel Centric Aluminum Spacers Front

On to the pictures...







Thanks for looking.

 

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Re: 2011 Satin White Pearl STI

Very nice looking, this has a lot of what I'm planning for mine. How did the shorty antenna affect reception?
 

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Re: 2011 SWP STI: Advan - Beatrush - Cusco - JPM - Perrin - Prova

Cusco crossmember compared to stock




Center Power Brace, Cross member and steering rack brace installed!

 

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Re: New Pics! 2011 SWP STI: Advan - Beatrush - Cusco - JPM - Perrin - Prova

man talk about QUALITY partss!
 

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Re: New Pics! 2011 SWP STI: Advan - Beatrush - Cusco - JPM - Perrin - Prova

Great looking ride man. Any difference with the cusco steering rack brace?
 

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Re: New Pics! 2011 SWP STI: Advan - Beatrush - Cusco - JPM - Perrin - Prova

wow very clean and epic collection of parts!
my favorite wheels by far! keep it up! :tup:
 

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Re: New Pics! 2011 SWP STI: Advan - Beatrush - Cusco - JPM - Perrin - Prova

Great looking ride man. Any difference with the cusco steering rack brace?
Thanks! I did not drive it before I installed the steering rack brace, but it does feel a little more stable after. Being only $65, I thought why not.
 

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Re: New shift knob 2/1/2013 2011 SWP STI: Advan - Beatrush - Cusco - JPM - Perrin - P

So after much research, I decided on installing some ARP extended wheel studs in the front since I am running 5mm spacers.

I was surprised to not find a specific write up on it. All I could find was information pertaining to the older GD model all over the web. So I pieced a bunch of information together and came up with this...sorry I was too lazy to take pics.

1. Jack up car, remove wheels.

2. Remove 2 19mm bolts on brake caliper and hang it up caliper or place on a box tall enough.

3. Remove brake rotor, it was not necessary for me to use 2 m8 x 1.25 bolts to remove it.

4. Remove 3 12mm bolts securing dust shield.

5. Spray PB blaster in to wheel studs.

6. At first I tried to hammer the studs out with a dead blow hammer, but it took forever just to get one out. So I discovered from an EVO web site that Harbor Freight sells a 3/4" forged ball point joint separator for $16.99 that works perfectly.





When you tighten it down, you will hear a popping noise, which is the stud coming out. On a few of them I tightened it down and heard no pop but i had tightened it a lot. So I removed the tool and just tapped it out with a dead blow hammer with out much effort.

7. Once all 5 are removed, remove the 4 14mm bolts in the rear of the housing that hold the bearing housing. *Do not remove axle nut.

8. You can pull the bearing housing out just enough to get the new extended stud in.

9. Reinstall the 14mm bolts on the housing and torque them to 64nm in a criss cross pattern.

10. Make sure that the splines line up to the bearing hub and tighten to seat them. I used washers and an old open ended lug nut but I found using a socket and lug nut worked better. The washers would get all bent and almost messed up the threads on the stud.

11. Reinstall dust shield and torque the 3 12mm bolts to 18nm.

11. Reinstall rotor. Make sure to clean all grease off the rotor with a towel and brake parts cleaner.

12. Reinstall brake caliper and torque the 2 19mm bolts to 155nm.

13. Torque down wheel studs to 100nm with socket and old open ended lug nut in a criss cross pattern.

14. Reinstall wheel and torque lugs again in criss cross pattern.

**According to another thread on NAIOSC.com, you will have to torque the lugs down to 100nm every 2 miles driven 5 times to be sure that the studs seat all the way.

I think it's strange that no one ever posted to use the ball joint separator or a c clamp to remove the wheel studs. Hammering it out was such a PITA! The ball joint separator was so much easier and saved a ton of time. Not to mention it only costs $17.
 

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Re: new parts on order - 2011 SWP STI - Advan - Beatrush - Cusco - Perrin - Prova

Some Cusco bling came in today, still waiting on a Beatrush front tower bar to come in.

 

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Re: Beatrush Strut Bar Install - 2011 SWP STI - Advan - Beatrush - Cusco - Perrin - P

Took over a month for this to come in from Japan, but it's finally in.

 

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Re: Beatrush Strut Bar Installed - 2011 SWP STI - Advan-Beatrush-Cusco-Perrin-Prova

I own the exact same car as you, and LOVE your build so far! I was also looking at the RG-D's for rims whenever I get around to it, just don't know if I would go gold, flat black, or maybe something else. Oh well, keep it up!
 
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