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GTWILLY 08-09-2012 05:30 PM

FS (MD) 2006 Spec B for $11G's - SOLD
 
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The car began to smoke blue out of the tail pipe a few weeks ago and I have narrowed it down to cylinder # 2 through a leak down test. My best guess is a ring land as the car still produces power and drives reletively well except for the blue haze behind it lol. It has a little over 91,700 miles on it and deserves a new owner who can afford to rebuild the motor. I can't afford it anymore and so I need to sell it and pay off the loan on it. With all of the upgrades it already has, the rebuilt motor will easily be able to produce 330 - 350hp to the wheels. Below is the list of upgrades the car will be coming with as well as pictures. I have both sets of keys and remotes including the valet key, and I will also throw in my tactrix cable to help you tune the car.

Year, Make and Model:2006 Subaru Legacy GT Spec B
Color: Titanium Silver
Miles: 97,8xx (still driving car)
Transmission: 5-Speed
Title: Clean
Lien: Yes
Location: Centreville MD
VIN: 4S3BL676366207193
Seller's email address: will.oles@gmail.com
Asking Price: $9,000




MODS:
K&N intake
DIY FMIC
STI intake manifold
Grimspeed Air Oil Separator
TD05 18G
GTSPEC EL header w/ UP
Perrin DP
Custome CBE w/ Straight pipes (also includes stock mufflers for quietness)
Perrin modded 816cc injectors (not in car, but will be included with car)
Kartboy Short Throw shifter and all Trans buschings
ACT Lightweight FW
ACT Street disc Clutch
Straight Cut 1st and 2nd PPG gears installed by Andrewtech
AEM TruBoost
AEM Wideband
HID Kit 6000k

mdzowner 08-10-2012 10:10 AM

bump for a good guy and a nice car. Will sold me my legacy, and ive ridden in this car personally.

BarManBean 08-10-2012 10:15 AM

Mechanic's special FTW.

GTWILLY 08-10-2012 02:02 PM

Thanks guys, hate to have to do it but it's time. Definitely a mechanic special!!!

famaya26 08-11-2012 09:57 AM

Damm that's pretty cheap for a Spec-B. only thing stopping me is not having money. GLWS

GTWILLY 08-11-2012 06:27 PM

Thanks guys I was hoping my logic was right on the pricing.

GTWILLY 08-14-2012 11:45 AM

The transmission really sets this car apart from the crowd. Imagine worry free launching bump!

c-lo 08-14-2012 12:48 PM

GTWILLY, please add in the required info I edited into your first thread.

GLWS...

GTWILLY 08-14-2012 03:31 PM

Sorry, thanks

GTWILLY 08-16-2012 01:33 PM

Bump for not wanting to make another payment

naCAnItihS 08-17-2012 09:01 AM

bump for a nice car.

but just an fyi a stock "rebuild" at a shop using a factory subaru shortblock will run around $5500 and with drop in forged pistons around $6300. An actual rebuild (someone taking the time to take this one apart get all the new stock components etc) will be somewhere near $7k+

but one could always source a good used low mileage motor for ~$2500

GLWS

Hookedontronics 08-17-2012 09:06 AM

i like the hid ballast mounting lol

GTWILLY 08-17-2012 11:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by naCAnItihS (Post 4030417)
bump for a nice car.

but just an fyi a stock "rebuild" at a shop using a factory subaru shortblock will run around $5500 and with drop in forged pistons around $6300. An actual rebuild (someone taking the time to take this one apart get all the new stock components etc) will be somewhere near $7k+

but one could always source a good used low mileage motor for ~$2500

GLWS

I've been quoted $2000 to have my short block rebuilt with CE pistons and forged rods if I brought them the motor. If I brought them the entire car and asked them to do it all it would be closer to $5,000. That's why I gave that range. A stock Subaru Ej257 short block is about $2000 from the parts department. From there, an oem gasket kit is roughly $300, and having a machine shop clean a pair of heads is less than $200

Also: I would be happy to pass these quotes on to the buyer. They are in MD and the Subaru part costs I know because I used to work there and no those are not employee costs. With all that being said, I will be the first to say that whomever is going to buy this car needs to have a significant amount of mechanical knowledge or deeper pockets to pay someone who does.

GTWILLY 08-17-2012 12:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hookedontronics (Post 4030428)
i like the hid ballast mounting lol

I do like double sided tape lol

GTWILLY 08-21-2012 07:31 AM

Bump for price drop!!


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