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My ongoing '04. Got her used in 12-2005 w/ 25k on the ticker and fully stock. Almost a year later she has evolved a little and has 42k on her.

Mods installed so far:

Power:
- Perrin catted DP
- Greddy SP2 catback
- AVO turbo actuator
- Nismo 740cc injectors
- Denso IKH01-24 two step colder plugs
- Walbro 255L fuel pump
- Speedmonkee heatshield cut to fit over the actuator
- Ecutek tuned

Handling:
- Tanabe GF210s (for '05 STi's)
- 17x8 Rota Torques on Falken 235/40s
- Whiteline steering rack bushings

Drivetrain:
- Kartboy front and rear shifter bushings
- Group-N engine and tranny mounts
- Group-N pitch stop
- Group-N rear diff mount
- STi short shifter
- Whiteline tranny crossmember bushings

Exterior:
- Debadge S-U-B-A-R-U
- JDM WRX badge
- WRX front bumper trim
- Kartboy exhaust hangers

Interior:
- STi dead pedal

ICE:
- Kenwood KDC-MP828 head unit
- Kenwood KCA-iP500 ipod adapter
- Infinity Reference 6.5 components up front
- Alpine S-series 4.5s in the back
- Valentine V-1 (hardwired)
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PICTURES

When I first got her


In Monterey (still stock)... a lot of looks from older people


Lowered


TBE


Protuned results


Mt. Hamilton Observatory


How she sits now




VIDEOS

Outside
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-8034034003989248746

Windows Down
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=7367294171033222158
 

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Thanks, I'm gonna get the engine/tranny mounts, crossmember bushings, and short shifter put in next week. I'll try to do a before and after video of the engine movement.
 

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Got my Group-N motor/tranny mounts put in. This is a great mod. I didn't get a chance to take a before and after vid, but the difference in engine movement is easily seen. There almost no engine movement after the new mounts are put in. The NVH is barely noticeable at idle; I can feel slightly more vibration through the floor at idle, but it really isn't that bad.
 
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