2004 Subaru Impreza WRX STI

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2004 Subaru Impreza WRX STI – $15500 (Amherst)

2004 Subaru Impreza WRX STI

I am listing my daily driver / track day build in an attempt to get in to a dedicated track car (c6 vette, stripped and caged lotus, etc). I bought this two years ago from the original owner in great shape, and it has needed almost nothing. It is an aggressively built car with the best possible parts used, and can be used as a daily driver, or a dedicated track car, depending on your need.

It has no track time. Email me with questions or offers, I will respond as soon as I can. Current price is fairly firm at 15.5k OBRO

-N1 Race exhaust (catless) -135k

-BC Coilovers – 130k

-Whiteline 27mm front sway, Whiteline Delrin sway bushings -100k

-Whiteline 22mm rear sway, Whiteline Delrin sway bushings -100k

-TIC rear lockdown kit with Botox bolts -138k

-TIC Clicky shift kit – 138k

-OEM STI Short Shift kit – 100k (these are very hard to find, and

400$)

-Front control arm ball joints have been refreshed, I assume at the 100k maintenance but I cannot confirm exact time

Other:

-Cusco Rep. Lip – Zero fitment issues, it took forever to find and I’m a big fan

-Voltex Rep Diffuser – Fitment is perfect, very difficult to tell from the real thing.

-Rota G-Forces in 18×9.5, fitment is great. I have 255/35/18 Cont G-Forces on there currently, you could fit a 275 with a roll and a pull. Currently the fenders are unmodified.

-Bimarco Future FIA homolgated bucket seats. I LOVE these. Bimarco is a big Finnish rally company, for whatever reason they are hard to get in the US so I haven’t seen many others. These are (to me at least) more comfortable than the stock STI seats, and have much more bolstering.

I have zero issues on long road trips with them, and they work fine with stock belts. They are mounted without sliders to side mount brackets from Bimarco, to Wedge engineering seat bases with grade 8 hardware.

-Eonon d2216 headunit – Nice little touch screen head unit. Fitment is a little strange (it sits behind the dash, rather than flush) but it does bluetooth, radio, ipod connections, navigation, etc, and is better than the stock radio.

-Blox weighted shift knob. The stock knob comes with the car as well

-A Prosport wideband AFR and Digital boost gauge will be included as well

-Seibon carbon fiber hood scoop, painted WRB. It is the scoop in the pictures.

-Sueded headliner – I had this done, as well as plastidipping the A and B pillars, which were tan. This is easily reversible, but now the entire interior of the car is black, rather than the half black half tan OEM interior.

-Also included will be a set of winter wheels (they will be put on the car this week in preparation for another awful New England winter). They are AHA JS3’s in 17×8.5 with higher end Conti winter tires on them.

Location: Amherst

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Posted: 2013-11-09, 2:41PM EST

Updated: 2013-11-27, 10:40AM EST

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