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Old May 11, 2017, 12:11 PM   #1
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New TSCOMPUSA tuned evo 8!

What's up guys? New evo owner from Louisiana here. Years ago I owned a 2005 Subaru Sti and couldn't help but to get back into something awd! I bought the car late last year and put a few miles on it, repainted it, then threw it on our lift for a small build. The compression numbers were quite impressive despite having a good bit of milage so we are interested to see where this goes. Thanks to a lot of help from Tom at tscompusa, the guys at ETS, Russ at real street performance, and the guys at MAperformance, I think we are just about ready for a tune. I am very interested to see what kind of numbers we put down!!
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Old May 11, 2017, 12:14 PM   #2
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Here are some current shots... Man I need some good window tint!








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Old May 11, 2017, 12:15 PM   #3
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We will be running FP black with gsc s2 cams and fic 1100 injectors on 93. There is no e85 in my area unfortunately. Are there any other evo owners in Louisiana? Would be awesome to get some meets going!

Hopefully within the next few weeks Tom and I have some awesome numbers to throw at you guys! Thanks for stopping by and reading my thread!
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Nice transformation on the car before & after purchase.
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Very nice
Paint looks awsome! Very clean build. Did you make that gauge cluster? Waiting 2 see your numbers, should be a killer street setup!
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Paint looks awsome! Very clean build. Did you make that gauge cluster? Waiting 2 see your numbers, should be a killer street setup!
Thank you! The gauge setup is from gruppe-s you can find it on Amazon! Highly recommended it was a perfect fit. They also offer it for 60mm gauges
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You bought that gauge pod already like that? I assumed you painted it black. I never seen one gloss black like that before.
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You bought that gauge pod already like that? I assumed you painted it black. I never seen one gloss black like that before.
Oh no, sorry I should have clarified that I sprayed the gauge pod myself along with the few trim grey pieces that border it because the stock paint was pretty worn out.
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That's my old car. Traded it to a guy in Houston a little over a year ago for a c6.
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My buddy bought it when it was about 2yrs old and I bought it from him about a year and half ago and drove it for a few months before the guy offered to trade a c6 straight up for it. I think it had 130-140k when I got rid of it. I did most of the mait on the car for my buddy and it was kept up well but he treated the inside and paint like crap. I spent over 20hrs cut and buffing the car and shampooing the inside. trans was rebuilt by mits around 70k miles.
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My buddy bought it when it was about 2yrs old and I bought it from him about a year and half ago and drove it for a few months before the guy offered to trade a c6 straight up for it. I think it had 130-140k when I got rid of it. I did most of the mait on the car for my buddy and it was kept up well but he treated the inside and paint like crap. I spent over 20hrs cut and buffing the car and shampooing the inside. trans was rebuilt by mits around 70k miles.
Yeah the paint wasn't the greatest and the interior needs some help still. Not too sure what I will do with it yet
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Yeah he was a fire fighter so the inside was bad. glad the car is still alive and someone is taking care of it.
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Yeah he was a fire fighter so the inside was bad. glad the car is still alive and someone is taking care of it.
I've enjoyed It a ton so far man. Really easy cars to work with. Thank you for the pics I didn't have many of when I got it!
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