2011 Subaru Wrx Sti on 2040-cars
San Marino, California, United States
2011 Subaru STI | Satin White Pearl 337WHP / 386WTQ / 22PSI / ACN91
2011 STI | Low Miles - Compression Test - Clean Title in Hand - main goal from start to finish was to be the most reliable,
The built motor only has 9,339 miles on it! Oil changes and tire rotations have been done at every 2,500-3k
The suspension and tires have in total 12,339 miles on them. (as you can see, everything is hardly even used!)
The vehicle's odometer has a reading of 52,133 miles. I have only put on avg approx 4,000 miles a year on this
vehicle since owning it.
The block that was built can withstand up to 500whp.
All work on vehicle was professionally done by AntSpec, formally known as COBB Socal.
List of Modifications:
Cobb SF Intake
Cobb SF Intake Box
Cobb Turbo Heat Shield
Cobb Turbo Back Exhaust System
JE Forged Pistons 99.75mil Bore | 8.5:1 Compression
Manley H Beam Steel Connecting Rods
ARP Head Stud Kit 11mm
Gates Racing Timing Belt Kit w/ Water Pump
Killer B Motorsport Aluminum Oil Pan Package
NGK Iridium "One Step Colder" Spark Plugs
Injector Dynamics ID1050X Top Feed Fuel Injectors
Subaru OEM Forged Salt Bath Nitrated Crankshaft
Subaru OEM Oil Pump
Subaru OEM Oil Cooler
DeatschWerks DW300c: 340 LPH Compact In-Tank Fuel Pump
Tomei Fuel Pressure Regulator Type-S
Tomei Expreme Unequal Length Exhaust Manifold
IAG Top Feed Rails & Lines
AntSpec 3-Port Boost Control Solenoid
Blouch Dominator 1.5XT-R 10cm Turbo
Perrin 3'' Turbo Inlet Hose
IAG Performance Street Air/Oil Separator (AOS)
Process West TMIC
Cobb AP V3
Compression Test 02/27/2018 (Post Initial Break-in & Tune)
*Cyl1: 155 | Cyl2: 155 | Cyl3: 158 | Cyl4: 155
Rotella Conventional Motor Oil T 15W-40 (Used for break-in)
Motul 8100 5W40 X-Cess Full Synthetic Oil
Motul RBF 600 - Racing DOT 4 Brake Fluid
Motul Gear 300 75W90 100% Synthetic Ester
Subaru LSD Oil
50/50 Heavy Duty Pre-Mixed Coolant
Ohlins Road & Track Coilovers
ISC Rear Adjustable Control Arms V3
KamiSpeed Swift Thrust Sheets (65mm)
Camber: -2.4 (front) and -1.5 (rear) degrees.
Corner Balanced w/ Driver: 1745lbs(L) 1745lbs(R) Total = 3490lbs
Stoptech Street Performance Brake Pads (Front & Rear)
Group N Engine Mounts
Super Pro Pitch Stop Mount
Group N Transmission Mount
Super Pro Gearbox Cross Member Isolator Mounts
Whiteline Rear Differential Positive Power Kit Inserts
Cobb Subaru 6-Speed Front & Rear Shifter Bushings
ROTA Wheel SVN-R 18x10 (5x100/114.3 30mm, 73 Hub, Flat Black)
Michelin Pilot Super Sport 255/35/18
Muteki SR48 Open End Lug Nuts (Red)
Z-Caps w/ Custom STI Matte Vinyl Stickers
2012-2014 OEM Subaru Impreza Forester Radio Display CD Player HD Radio
STI White Lettering Screen-saver
STI Front Plate Delete
Rokblokz Rally Mud Flaps (Original Length)
HT Autos Front Lip Spoiler
Subaru WRX for Sale
Auto Services in California
Windshield Repair Pro ★★★★★
Willow Springs Co. ★★★★★
Williams Glass ★★★★★
Wild Rose Motors Ltd. ★★★★★
Wheatland Smog & Repair ★★★★★
West Valley Smog ★★★★★
Auto blogMon, 08 Apr 2013
The Subaru WRX Concept was the only concept car to be mentioned among our Editors' Choice favorites for New York Auto Show debuts this year - snagging the No. 3 spot nonetheless - due to what it could mean to the future of Subaru if it indeed becomes a reality. Now that we've caught our breath from walking countless miles through the Javits Center, Subaru has released a brief video of design boss Osamu Namba describing some of the exterior styling elements of the sporty concept sedan.
While this video is just your basic walkaround that gives no mention of the concept's inspiration or what we can expect from the next-generation WRX, it is still fun to watch Namba explain many of the car's design elements including the more aggressive face, the quadruple exhaust outlets and the signature flared wheel arches and side outlet fender vents. If you liked the WRX Concept as much as we did, scroll down to watch this short video.
Remember the Subaru WRX Concept shown at the 2013 New York Auto Show, the one almost everyone loved but no one expected Subaru to make? Indeed, that Parnassian "design statement" led to a production design that came from a good middle class neighborhood known for its office parks and pasture land. UK designer Michael Bond is offering to change that, the man behind the yet-to-be-produced Rumbler "Superhero Utility Vehicle" touting the Subaru WRX Concept 13, which would take a customer's new WRX and turn it into something pretty close to the original concept.
That means new front and rear clips, including a redesigned rear diffuser to increase downforce, but a spoiler can be installed if the buyer decides that what he wants. The car won't be an exact replica of the NYIAS concept since that would infringe on Subaru's intellectual property, but it isn't clear yet how the design would be altered. Bond's site says that once he gets 50 confirmed orders, his team will order a WRX and begin the process of creating the new bodywork. It is claimed that once work begins, it will be four to six months to "[present] a completed model for public view."
Bond says the price will come down depending on the number of orders beyond 50, but doesn't give any indication of how much those first 50 cars could cost. If you're keen, though, head over to the site and fill out the enquiry form. Who knows if the Concept 13 will happen, but so far this is the best chance you have of getting what could have been.
If the all-new 2015 Subaru WRX has taken a good thing and made it great, then this should be, well, greater. Meet the range-topping WRX STI, packing more power, a decidedly more aggressive suspension tune, beefier looks, a giant wing and (woo!) gold wheels.
Those spiffy BBS wheels and WRC rally-ready matching WR Blue paint won't necessarily be around forever, though - Subaru is offering this package (along with unique interior trim) on the STI Launch Edition, limited to just 1,000 units. And cool as it may look, there's far more to love about the new STI package.
Power comes from a 2.5-liter turbocharged boxer four-cylinder engine, sending 305 horsepower and 290 pound-feet of torque to all four wheels via a six-speed manual transmission. (Launch Edition models even get a short-throw shift kit, which will likely be available as a dealer-installed accessory thereafter). Unlike the standard WRX, a do-it-yourself 'box will be the only transmission available. Subaru is employing its new - *ahem* - Multi-Mode Driver Controlled Center Differential version of the Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive, which, in addition to a standard 41/59 torque split, uses things like torque vectoring, and, when put in manual mode, allows the driver to select one of six center differential locking levels. In other words, the STI should be incredibly sharp on the road - sharper than ever before.