Successful WRC debut for JRM Subaru WRX STi

JRM’s production-specification Subaru WRX STI completed its maiden FIA World Rally Championship event at the weekend, finishing 37th overall and third in the N4 class at Wales Rally GB. The car was driven by privateer Brendan Cumiskey. The Irishman was one of the first customers to purchase the all-new 2014 car – built as part […]

Launch Control - Season 2, Episode 14 – “Subaru Country: Part Two”

In Part Two of the season finale, Subaru Rally Team USA watches as Sverre Isachsen battles to the finish line against Joni Wiman – can he hold on for the team’s first Global Rallycross win? Then, in Las Vegas, Bucky Lasek, adds an exclamation mark to the season by coming back from a big crash […]

Bucky Lasek On The Podium at GRC Las Vegas

Subaru Rally Team USA closed out the 2014 Red Bull Global Rallycross Season in Las Vegas with another podium by a determined Bucky Lasek driving his Subaru WRX STI. In one of his best performances of the season Lasek took victory in his semi-final race and then earned a hard fought third overall in the […]


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Update: Finally got the rear struts bolted up. Then ran into another small issue with reconnecting the endliks. With the car off the ground I jacked up the left rear strut to get the endlink into the spindle. This when I decompressed the left side the right side of the sway bar got hung up and wont clear the bolt holding the brake line into the caliper. I ended up disconnecting the left endlink again put the tires on the car and when I lowered it I could hear and see the swaybar scraping past the caliper bolt but >>
I haven't posted on here in over a year. Today I purchased a Donor car from a guy in Burbank, Ca. Sadly the donor is a 1.8l fwd automatic which couldn't be any farther from what I actually want the car to be, however I NEED everything on this car to get my caged shell driveable. I will post more pictures of the donor in the morning. Simply put its not pretty. The underside of the car is worse than that. This kinda changed my plan to drive the donor for a few months to test the reliability of the >>
Ok, back to the project. We accomplished a lot today. First we got the tank and subframe installed. Tank was totally refreshed and sprayed with under body coating by ebox. We also got the lateral links in even though they're not in the picture. Next up was getting the trailing arm bushing pressed in. These are Prothane brand. Look to be really high quality and will only run you about $45. This included front bushings that get pressed into the trailing arm, along with the bushings for the knuckle. The knuckle bushings are two piece so they should go in >>
Now in the garage of a friend... the engine is down right now... Need to change the cam gears , the cam gears cover and the timing belt kit... Going to the STI front conversion... (already saw pictures of narrow body hatchback with STI front and love it.) >>



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