2008 Subaru STi $16,750 obo

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    2008 Subaru STi Aspen white 143K miles
    Flex-fuel tuned by Graham Gaylord @ Boosted Performance Tuning
    Oil Changes every 2500 miles maximum with Motul 8100 Xcess 5W-40. Normally end up changing it after 1000-1500 miles
    I have 2 Blackstone Labs oil analysis results from recent oil changes that I'm happy to share
    Trans and diff fluid with Motul Gear 75W-90 at 112K
    The car has been stored for this winter in a heated garage on a battery tender

    I have owned the car for 3 years (since 92K miles)

    $17,250 OBO

    *Car will not come with NT03s, Fortune Auto coilovers, or ETS TMIC unless agreed upon otherwise*

    Engine:
    New OEM block at 89K with receipts
    Cobb SF intake (Blue)
    ID1000 Injectors
    DW300c Fuel Pump
    GFB Full Recirculating BPV
    IAG AOS Street Series (Black)
    Cobb Fuel Pressure Regulator kit
    Innovate Ethanol Content Sensor
    Grimmspeed EBCS
    IAG TGV Deletes (Silver)
    NGK Spark Plugs @ 125,591
    CSF Racing Radiator
    Custom catless downpipe
    Invidia Q300 catback
    GetADomTune cylinder 4 cooling mod (extracts coolant from head above cylinder 4 to disperse heat more equally across the engine and lower EGTs)

    Interior:
    Cobb Accessport V3
    AEM AFR gauge
    Innovate Ethanol Content and fuel temp gauge
    Prosport boost gauge (Wired to be amber with lights on and off)
    Innovate Oil temp/pressure gauge
    SMY Dual gauge pod
    Monkey-Bone Racing center vent gauge pod

    Suspension:
    Whiteline Sway Bars (24mm Front and 22mm Rear)
    Kartboy endlinks (Front and Rear)
    Whiteline Roll center kit
    Whiteline rear support braces
    Whiteline steering rack bushings
    Whiteline Anti Lift Kit

    Brakes:
    EBC Yellowstuff Front and Rear pads (@132K)
    Stoptech Slotted Front and Rear rotors (@132K)
    Grimmspeed Master Cylinder Brace
    Stoptech Stainless steel lines
    Motul RBF600 DOT 4 brake fluid

    Exterior/Misc.:
    30% Tint from Tint Pros
    Turbo Blanket
    TBW Skid plate (Silver)
    Brand new freshly front bumper painted as well as passenger front fender

    Feel free to message me for more information about the car, maintenance, or for more pictures.
     

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    What TMIC is that? Doesn't look stock. Or are you not selling the car with that?
     
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    *Car will not come with NT03s, Fortune Auto coilovers, or ETS TMIC unless agreed upon otherwise*
     
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    Bump. Someone throw me an offer that I can't refuse so that I can buy a sedan STi.
     
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    Updated pictures with Rota SS10 18x8.5 +44 and Continental Extreme Contact A/S 245/40/18 tires. OEM suspension from 2014 STi with 45K miles. Price drop to $16,750.
     
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    Did you find the Innovate Ethanol Content Sensor worth the money?
     
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    Cobb makes more sense to do now. I did it before the Cobb Kit was released, so it was either this or Zeitronix, which didn’t have the fail safe like the Cobb kit does. It’s a bunch of extra wiring, so I would just recommend the Cobb kit for simplicity sake. You have to delete your rear O2, wire the gauge to the rear O2 harness to power it, and a bunch of other things. It’s not worth the time for most people. It’s also annoying having a gauge simply for ethanol taking up space.
     
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    That being said, it works exactly how the Cobb kit works, is accurate, and has the fail safe option like Cobb’s kit does. So they work the exact same essentially, but it’s more work for you and the tuner, so they would appreciate it if you went with Cobb I’m sure.
     
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    Gotchya, thanks for the info.
     
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    Bump, alignment performed today A7FFD100-83D7-485D-9E99-BE8B38A590EC.png
     
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    Price drop $16,000.
     
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    Sent PM...
     
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    Sold! Time to find an STi sedan...
     
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