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2006 Subaru Impreza Wrx 2.5l Turbo With Sti 6speed - 350whp! on 2040-cars

Year:2006 Mileage:70000 Color: Gray /
 Black
Location:

Oxford, Michigan, United States

Oxford, Michigan, United States
Transmission:Manual
Body Type:Sedan
Vehicle Title:Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed
Engine:2.5L 2458CC H4 GAS DOHC Turbocharged
Fuel Type:Gasoline
For Sale By:Private Seller
Condition:
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VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)
: JF1gd79616g521124
Year: 2006
Make: Subaru
Model: WRX
Trim: WRX Sedan 4-Door
Options: 4-Wheel Drive
Safety Features: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag
Drive Type: AWD
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
Mileage: 70,000
Exterior Color: Gray
Interior Color: Black
Disability Equipped: No
Number of Cylinders: 4
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty

Please read everything before contacting me, I do have more pictures and video I can send. 
Up for auction is my baby. It's a 2006 WRX with the STi 6Speed manual trans and more, with no rust.
It has 70,xxx original miles

This car runs and drives great, shifts smooth and no grinding when going into gears! You can drive it home, don't worry about towing. I have owned the car for over two years (but only had the title transferred into my name after completing the 6speed swap). I bought it with a bad 5speed manual trans. It took me a over a year to save up and then do the 6speed swap (trans, drive shaft, axles, brembo brakes, rear diff, clutch, rotors, rims, tires, hubs etc.) only this spring have I been able to drive it and really enjoy it. I could probably count on two hands how many times I've driven it. During the time of doing the swap I put a few decals on it (they can be easily removed) to try make it look like a track/rally car. I have never taken it to the track or rallied it. The switch board in the dash where the radio goes is not wired up (just put in to cover up the hole, for now haven't had the time for it).  
This was going to be my track/fun car but plans have changed. I have a one year old son now and I can't afford a car just sitting in my garage and don't have the time to finish it. I have a lease on another car (my daily driver) that will be running out soon and I'm going to need something more practical for a family (the reason I'm selling my Subi) 
The car is sitting in a heated/cooled warehouse on a trickle charge to prevent the (new) battery from going bad and to keep it out of the rain/sun/snow. I have never driven it in the snow with all the salt on the roads. The under body is super clean with no rust. This car is my baby and has been well looked after.
If you have any other questions feel free to contact me either by text or email. I work full time and can't call most of the time
I have many more pics and videos I can send you

Motor Mods:

2.5L 4 cylinder turbo 
VF39 turbo 
walbro 255 fuel pump
Sti injectors 
Sti Top Mount Intercooler 
New Exedy Lightened flywheel (as of 300 miles ago)
New Exedy clutch (as of 300 miles ago) 
APS Blow Off Valve 
Perrin Intake with k&n air filter
Black Catless Invidia Bellmouth downpipe, 3.5" Custom catless exhaust from downpipe back 
ProTuned @ about 350WHP 348 Ft Lbs Torque At 18.5PSI

Other Mods:

STI pink sway bars
STi gauge cluster 
STi side skirts
18x8.75 Black XXR wheels with 235/45/18 tires (only 300 miles on them)
2004 STi drivetrain (trans, drive shaft, axles, hubs etc.)
Brembo calipers
Drilled and slotted rotors 
Has 2011 WRX front seats (I have the rear too just never installed, will require some modifications)
Seat Belt harness bar with 4 point red cam lock seat belts
Monster Energy, GoPro Decals (can be removed)
Short Shifter (Agency Power)
Carbon Fiber shift knob 
Black inserted OEM headlights
Strut Tower Bar
Adjustable Coilovers (300 miles on them)
Spoilerless trunk (with no holes)
Rear window spoiler
No radio (switch board currently in there, can be removed and a radio and be hooked up, all the wiring is still there)
Alpine door speakers
Boost gauge on steering column 
Stock alarm
20% Tinted windows
All Wheel Drive (AWD)
Sure there's more I'm forgetting
No chips in the windshield (new)
None smoker and no pets
Hood and trunk are Plasti Dipped as is the foglight covers and lip on the front bumper. (It can be removed, has only been on for the last 4 months) Was going to do the roof too but don't have the time. The hood is a little dirty from quickly wiping it down for pics.

Cons:
DCCD is there but not wired up I have all the controls just missing the wiring.  
It does have a couple small dents (from other car doors, nothing major) from the previous owner. 
Due to the power its putting out there some rear diff slap (you can google it) the rear diff needs harder/stronger bushings to solve this, just never had the time or the money to do it. 
Occasionally I have an code pop up (P0607) if you google it you will see 2 things it could be. For me its a bad ground somewhere because Hi beam and reverse lights don't work. (It is not in limp mode) I can rev as high as I want and have videos to prove it.
Could use a fender roll (sometimes it will rub with a really hard dip in the road).

None of this affect the performance or the handling of the car

Lights that are on the dash
ABS (because of sti cluster swap, common)
Rear diff temp (because its not grounded, common with sti cluster swaps)
Airbag (on because front seat airbags are not plugged in, the plug was different from 2006 to 2011)
Brake (also because of sti cluster swap)

You can text me at (248)705-7335 
I can send you more pics and videos if you have any questions please contact me
I have tried explaining everything in full detail so you have the best understanding of what you are bidding on. 
I do have it for sale locally too and have the right to end the auction. 

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