2002 Subaru WRX Wagon - 500hp reliable

2002 Subaru Impreza

Subaru Impreza 2002 technical specifications

Item location: Prairieville, Louisiana, United States
Make: Subaru
Model: Impreza
Type: Wagon
Trim: WRX Wagon 4-Door
Year: 2002
Mileage: 212,000
VIN: JF1GG29692H832167
Color: Black
Engine size: 2.5L Hybrid build
Number of cylinders: 4
Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: AWD
Interior color: Gray
Safety options: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag, Side Airbags
Options: CD Player
Vehicle Title: Clear
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This is a 2002 WRX with a 2005 front clip. Loads of mods. This has a 2.5L block on it for its hybrid build. Built for 500hp reliable. About 3000 miles on the engine. Car starts right up and drives fine. I have a super conservative street tune on it now (open source), running stock boost and still making close to 400tq at the crank. Working A/C and heat. The engine alone is worth $9,000 newly built. I'm just trying to get some of my money back out of it.

Full 3" turbo-back Cobb exhaust

Machined heads to match STI block (I believe it came from an 05, if that matters...)

Ceramic pistons

Forged rods

Perrin over-sized MAF short ram intake

front mount inter-cooler

blow-off valve

VF48 turbo (about 75k miles on it)

NGK one step colder plugs

Full TGV deletes

STI suspension

Transmission replaced with a 115k mile recertified 2000 miles ago and upgraded with Level 10 valve body (ups torque rating of tranny to 400tq reliable)

PLX Air/Fuel sensor and gauge

Oil catch can

The Bad:

Needs new tires

Remote Key needs to be paired

CD Player is not hooked up

Some sort of electrical bleed-over with the headlight circuit:

The ABS module throws a light if the headlights are on, and the high beams do not come on. This just popped up before I went to sell it. Seems it should be a simple fix.

I really like this car, and I spent a couple years building it up, but I have no real need for the car. I take it for groceries once in a while. If you're flying in to get it, I can pick you up at the Baton Rouge, or New Orleans airport. New Orleans is more convenient and usually cheaper.

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