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    My 18 STi "Trixie"

    I installed all the parts i gathered over the last 6 months. Taking her to a stage 3 level..

    Parts list...

    Engine:
    Cobb turbo back
    Cobb SF intake
    Cobb turbo inlet
    ETS top mount
    Stock TGVs deleted
    3mm spacers
    1050 injectors
    Radium fuel rails
    Radium DM FPR
    Radium fuel dampers
    Radium fuel plumbing kit

    Brakes:
    DBA T3 front rotors
    Hawk 5.0 pads

    Interior:
    AP pillar mount
    AEM wide band
    Subaru short shifter
    Shifter bushing


    So much more to come.....

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    Re: My 18 STi "Trixie"

    Looks good!

    Did you do that PnP yourself?

    The intake also looks cool with the window! That's not standard, is it? Looks rad!


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    Re: My 18 STi "Trixie"

    Yeah, PnP i did myself. I used to build racing kart engines so i've done a few.

    The intake i did after seeing another guy do it. Thought it looked good, so i did mine. I like it a lot

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    I agree. GREAT PnP job and that intake box is amazing.

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    I will put the last drop of oil on Earth in my turbocharged machine and smile amongst the carcinogenic fumes as I burn T-Rex’s family tree just so I can pass you, sideways in the middle of a blizzard.
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    Re: My 18 STi "Trixie"

    How easy was the intake box? I'm sure some people might appreciate a how-to write up!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Grinder34 View Post
    How easy was the intake box? I'm sure some people might appreciate a how-to write up!
    You're damn right! My setup is quite a bit different, but even then I'd be really interested to see how this was built and put together.
    Once I clear my plate of the 1,000 other things I have to do, I would be down to build something like this myself.

    From the photo, the material and build quality looks amazing. I thought for sure it had to be a professionally manufactured aftermarket piece.

    Man, I love it when homemade custom stuff turns out that nice.

    Quote Originally Posted by IGOTASTi View Post
    I will put the last drop of oil on Earth in my turbocharged machine and smile amongst the carcinogenic fumes as I burn T-Rex’s family tree just so I can pass you, sideways in the middle of a blizzard.
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    That intake cover is pure eye candy porn, and is an offense that should be ban-able! @IGOTASTi !

    Fantastic job, @RollnOn2018 !


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    It doesn't have to have a nut on the outside. Many are short, but I often try to find long ones that sometimes have a bend in them.
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    I don't need another reason to dig through 4 layers of clothes to whip the sea monster out in 0 degree weather.

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    Thanks guys! It wasn't to bad to do the lid. It was actually harder to fit the lexan around the tabs for the lid to attach and get the biggest opening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RollnOn2018 View Post
    Thanks guys! It wasn't to bad to do the lid. It was actually harder to fit the lexan around the tabs for the lid to attach and get the biggest opening.

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    Seriously, do a write-up!

    Even if you don't have any pictures, let us know what was involved.

    1) Tools needed
    2) Parts & approximate cost
    3) Step-by-step as best you remember
    4) Tricky bits and protips


    go!


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    Re: My 18 STi "Trixie"

    Quote Originally Posted by Grinder34 View Post
    Seriously, do a write-up!

    Even if you don't have any pictures, let us know what was involved.

    1) Tools needed
    2) Parts & approximate cost
    3) Step-by-step as best you remember
    4) Tricky bits and protips


    go!
    Dude, if the process is simple and parts are cheap, I'm about to do this to all my cars, even if they're stock!!!!!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by Batmobile_Engage View Post
    It doesn't have to have a nut on the outside. Many are short, but I often try to find long ones that sometimes have a bend in them.
    Quote Originally Posted by Batmobile_Engage View Post
    I don't need another reason to dig through 4 layers of clothes to whip the sea monster out in 0 degree weather.

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