NY: WRB 2004 WRX. 46K Miles

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2004 Subaru Impreza WRX
Astoria, Queens. NY
Price: $13500
Mileage: 46XXX
Transmission: 5 Speed
VIN: JF1GD29674G502111
Description and Mods:
I am the second owner of this car, my brother, being the original owner. Car was purchased brand new in summer 2003. Barely driven and kept unmodified for the first 3 years (while my brother owned it). Most of the mileage was racked up on ski trips to VT during the earl-mid 2000's (after I purchased it from my brother). Since 2007, the car has mostly sat in my garage. I work in Manhattan (I use mass transport) and have two other vehicles; hence its low mileage. I had been contemplating selling it for a few years now, but never really found the time to post it here... and I guess, after putting in so much $ (Easily over $20K in parts and labor) and effort into getting it to where it sits today... it's hard to let go. Anyhow, time has come to find someone who will actually drive this car. As a side note, and FWIW, I have never raced, done donuts in the snow, red lined, or any in way abused this car.
TEIN Flex Coilovers
Eibach Front and Rear Sway Bars
Front Kartboy Endlinks
Rear Poltec Endlinks
Front Aluminium STI Offroad Control Arms
STI Pink Rear Lateral Links and Control Arms
Eibach Rear Camber Bolts
TEIN Front and Rear Strut Tower Bars
GTSPEC 4 Points Front Ladder Bar
Alignment by TKX Motorsport
Front Fenders Rolled Clip to clip Retaining Fender Liners
Rear Fenders Fully Rolled and Professionally Painted
Blouch 18GXT Turbo
Deatschwerks (700 or 1000cc Injectors I don't remember)
GodSpeed/Ebay Top Mount Intercooler
Samco Turbo Inlet Pipe
Apex Air Intake
Hallman Manual Boost Controller
Greddy Oil Catch Can
Grimmspeed Turbo Heat Shield
Grimmspeed Ported, Polished and Heat Coated Intake Manifold
Grimmspeed Up Pipe with External Waste Gate
Tial 32mm Waste Gate
Polymer TGV (Tumble Generator Valve) Deletes
Optima Red Top Battery (Less than a year old and maintained with trickle charger)
TurboXS Bell Mouth Down Pipe, 3" Mid Pipe and 2 3/4" Axle Back.
TurboXS UTEC Engine Management (Still on board but not used. Car was Tuned Open Source)
Invidia Equal Length Headers. Heat Wrapped.
Subaru 2.5L Oil Pan (To Clear Headers)
Multiple Tuning Sessions by Precision Tuning (Subaru Tuning House in NJ) 295 AWHP
Exedy OEM Replacement Clutch and LIGHTWEIGHT Flywheel (Done at ~ 25-30K miles)
Turn in Concepts Shifter Bushings
Car came with Subaru Short Shifter stock.
Wheels and Brakes:
Enkei RPF1 18x9.5 with Yokohama S Line 255/35/18 Tires
Ichiban 10mm Wheel Spacers in Front to clear Brakes
Front Extended Wheels Studs and Open Ended Lug Nuts
Rotora 6 Pod 14" Front Brakes
Gold Brembo (STI take off) Rear Calipers with FastWRX's STI conversion Brake Rotors
STI Spare Tire (17")
Goodridge Stainless Steel Brake Lines Front and Rear
AEM Boost Gauge, Voltimeter and Wide Band Air Fuel Ratio Meter
STI Hood Scoop
Pioneer Head Unit/ Radio
Walbro 255 LPH Fuel Pump.
Any problems:
Full disclosure. I am honestly not here to try an swindle anyone nor am I trying to get rid of a lemon. Two things to know:
1. As shown in the pictures, the car has been in an "accident". That "scrape" was the extend of it. I was parked at a light and some woman tried to squeeze by me with her SUV.
2. As for many cars that have been modded/ tuned. The CEL does come on. Whenever it does, I do NOT experience any difference in how the car drives nor performs. Last I checked, it's a "Lean" code. I use a Bluetooth scanner and an App on my iPhone to clear it when it comes times for the annual emissions inspection and/or whenever it bugs me to see the light on the dash. The scanner will come with the car. The App you will have to purchase for your phone (I believe it was $5. Dashcommand.)
***Something you should know about cars with light weight flywheels. They make noises when you let off the gas and the car is in gear. If you are considering contacting me about the car and don't know about this, please, do a bit of research on this subject. I do not want anyone to think there is anything wrong with car's tranny.
Contact Info:
I work pretty bad hours and I am usually busy, so, please be patient with me. The quickest way to contact me would be through my email: [email protected]. Please tittle your email: WRX. I will try my best to respond to any questions you may have with regards to the car. Thank you.
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