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Old 08-19-2017, 08:51 PM   #1
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2017 Subaru BRZ hpde build

Just picked up a Series.Yellow BRZ, will mod it a bit for road racing while still keeping it stockish as much as possible.

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new engine @18,315 miles assembled by Controlled Motors
Killer B oil pickup
RacerX oil cooler kit with Setrab 619
pre-2017 airbox with Perrin filter
sound tube delete
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OS Giken 
MCS TT1 coilovers with 550/550 springs
Vorshlag camber plates
Vorshlag spherical rear upper shock mounts
STi flexible v-bar
Whiteline front endlinks
Whiteline camber bolts
RacerX rear upper control arms
MCA Suspension 86 Traction Mod
Hotchkis 25mm front sway bar
Hotchkis 19mm rear sway bar
Hotchkis rear endlinks
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949Racing 6UL 17x9 +40
HPDE tire du jour 245/40/17
ARP extended studs
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Brembo BBK
KNS front rotors
Ferodo DS3.12 brake pads
Castrol SRF brake fluid
GrimmSpeed master cylinder brace
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new transmisison @22,062 miles
SouthBend stage 2 Endurance clutch
Verus clutch fork and fork pivot
clutch spring delete
MTEC shift springs
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JDL 4-2-1 header
CSG Touring 86 Competition catback
tuned by Zach @CSG
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STi motor mounts
STi transmission mount
STi ST41322AS010 & ST41322AS000
Whiteline KDT923
Whiteline KDT922
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REAL leather steering wheel
2018 tS steering wheel trim
Overland Designs cluster visor
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Beastronix V2 86Nanny
Verus throttle pedal spacer
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Old 08-23-2017, 01:33 AM   #3
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I'm feeling those yellow seat accents.
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Old 08-24-2017, 12:04 AM   #5
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Welcome to the Series.Yellow club!
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The Perrin inlet tube for '17 models is not available for another month so I made my own sound tube delete.

A 1.5" flexible cap from Home Depot (part # PQC101), notched appropriately on the bottom so it slides completely onto the stock intake, $2.97.

On the firewall side, for the time being I reused the stock plastic connector with Gorilla tape on the engine side, works like a charm.

Also, got a Perrin license plate kit installed.
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Got a GrimmSpeed master cylinder brace installed. Super easy install, take your time to make sure the master cylinder is not moving, took me two tries to preload the brace with my helper operating the brake pedal.

Will crack 1,000 miles tomorrow and look into a few more mods.
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The Perrin inlet tube for '17 models is not available for another month so I made my own sound tube delete.

A 1.5" flexible cap from Home Depot (part # PQC101), notched appropriately on the bottom so it slides completely onto the stock intake, $2.97.

On the firewall side, for the time being I reused the stock plastic connector with Gorilla tape on the engine side, works like a charm.

Also, got a Perrin license plate kit installed.
What does the sound tube do?
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What does the sound tube do?
Redirects some of the intake noise into the cabin.
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Next batch of mods:

Bridgestone Potenza RE-71R (done)
Motul RBF 600 (done)
Ferodo DS1-11 brake pads
Motul 5W-30 300V engine oil
oil filter
alignment

Both front and rear Brembo calipers have two bleeders per side, serious business!
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Stock size, 215/45/17. At some point I want to run 17x9 +35 with 245 or 255 tires.
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Totally understand doing the 3 year thing. I said screw it and did some NA modes early on, I'm so glad I did. The car now drives the way it should have from the factory. Of course if your running 205Hp and 4.3 gears, it's a bit better than mine was from the factory. If your staying stockish, also pick up a K&N airfilter....
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