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Old 05-10-2017, 06:56 AM   #1071
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Another 2011 WRX completed today. Installed Cobb 1000cc injectors, AEM fuel pump, Cobb flex fuel kit, Cobb 3 port EBCS, Cobb turbo inlet tube, Process West Verticooler, Turbosmart BPV and a Delicious Tune (Cobb AP).

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Old 05-11-2017, 03:48 PM   #1072
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Progress made today on our 2012 STi project car. Current focus is decreasing under hood and oil temps. All the hi temp coated (and wrapped) exhaust parts are installed and the car is up and running again. Next step is "ducting" for the oil cooler.





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Old 05-12-2017, 07:46 AM   #1073
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It is finally Friday. What are you doing for Mom on Mothers Day this weekend? Track day??? Moms love track days! Have a great weekend and Happy Mothers Day!!!



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Old 05-15-2017, 12:06 PM   #1074
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Hope you had a great weekend. We are back to work today. Finishing up a 2015 STi now (alignment). This morning we installed new RCE yellow springs and SPC rear lower control arms along with some fresh meats.







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Old 05-16-2017, 07:40 AM   #1075
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Ummm, who did your vinyl wrap? Because I think they missed a spot. It actually gets worse from here. Very poor work. I suspect the owner did not exactly get what they paid for. Sad.



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Old 05-17-2017, 07:57 PM   #1076
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Working on an FRS project car today. Installing a Jackson Racing dual radiator/oil cooler, RSR coil overs, Whiteline rear lower control arms, Whiteline subframe bushings, StopTech 355/345mm front and rear BBK, Rays wheels, Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires and more.







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Old 05-18-2017, 12:34 PM   #1077
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2016 WRX. Just completed an install of the new Whiteline lowering springs. With the addition of the wheels and tires the car has a new "attitude" and custom look. A cat back exhaust is next on the owners wish list of mods.

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Old 05-19-2017, 07:00 PM   #1078
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Another 2016 WRX. Cobb catted j-pipe and a Grimmspeed TMIC then the car is on the dyno. That is Bill Knose of Delicious Tuning performing his magic on our Mustang dyno. Have a great weekend!



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This 2002 WRX had not run in over 3 years. We rebuilt the engine and turbo, serviced the transmission/diffs and got her up and running and back on the road. Smog certification was completed today. The car is now ready for pick up. Another Subaru taken off the back 40 and put back into use. Now the owner gets a second chance to enjoy the car again.



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Me: The engine has low compression in Cylinder 4 and needs to be torn down for a rebuild.

Insurance: How do you know that? There are other ways to determine loss of compression without disassembling the engine.

Me: You obviously dont know anything about turbo Subarus. Please send me an inspector/adjuster so I can prove the issue and move forward.

Insurance sends the adjuster/inspector who agrees with me when I perform a compression test in front of him. Cylinder #4 has less than 50psi compression.

Results: Broken piston in cylinder #4. Its a Subaru you know.





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