Something rarely talked about on these blogs (even though it has its own) is our RSTi. The perfect combination of car. A 1998 Subaru Impreza 2.5RS meets 2004 Subaru Impreza WRX STi. Everything from the 04 STi has been swapped into the little RS. Rear subframehttp://ajwperformanceproductsblog.com steering rackhttp://ajwperformanceproductsblog.com spindleshttp://ajwperformanceproductsblog.com dashhttp://ajwperformanceproductsblog.com consolehttp://ajwperformanceproductsblog.com brakeshttp://ajwperformanceproductsblog.com and modified STi coilovers. While this has been a 2+ year process the goal is to get it done when we can and make sure its done as close to perfection as possible.
We officially have our vehicle dealer license! AJW Performance has recently obtained a retail dealer license in the State of New Hampshirehttp://ajwperformanceproductsblog.com and we have no limitations!
The dealer license allows us to sell and buy in all states. We have access to all auctions and online sources for newhttp://ajwperformanceproductsblog.com used and slightly used cars. We have worked extremely hard for thishttp://ajwperformanceproductsblog.com we have had our fair share of ups and downs in MA and NH. It took about 8 months of sweathttp://ajwperformanceproductsblog.com blood and tears for AJW Performance to finally have a dealer license in the state of NH. This process has taken a total of 2 years to complete and succeedhttp://ajwperformanceproductsblog.com we always seemed to run into some type of silly issue with state regulations and requirements. We have dreamt of this day for a very long time. We are excited to finally pay it forward and help those that have helped us.
We have reached the final chapter for the 04 XT build. You will find out why in the next blog I do (Andrew). The VF39 and tune did wonders for the car. Installation was smooth and we found a decent amount of oil in the old turbohttp://ajwperformanceproductsblog.com re assuring our diagnosis that the car was eating oil due to the turbo being bad.