GM LS Engine Swap Subframe Subaru Impreza ,Wrx & Sti models 97-01 & 02-07, Baja 03-06, Forester 98-02, Legacy 93-04
*Main components in the kit:
* Front Engine Subframe, fabricated with all DOM tubing
* Control Arms, fabricated with all DOM tubing, with High Quality USA made Heim Joints with Spacers.
*HD Sway Bar Adjustable Heim Linkage Kit with radius cone spacers.
* Hd Bump Steer / Tie Rod adapter kit ( Sleeve threaded for steering rack threads to adapt to 5/8" Heim Joints)
* Motor Mount Plates
* Tubular Transmission Mount is optional.
* Grade 8 Hardware Included
*Energy Suspension Poly Motor Mount Inserts Included
Installation does require a NISSAN S14 sway bar (27mm is the stock oem size) Sway Bar Not Included
Everything Is built in jigs and test fitted after final assembly for proper fitment. Why trust anyone else to powder coat your parts other than us? When we finish our coatings, we double check fitment, bolt holes and threaded holes.
***We require you to send in a 04-07 STI or 08-14 WRX or STI steering linkage for modification.(standard 02-07wrx linkage not accepted) See Picture below for part identification. Requires 02-04 wrx/sti steering rack for the subframe. 05-07 wrx/sti steering rack is not compatible.
If you have a Forester or Legacy we will need your Oem linkage as well as the new linkage without the bushing to be sent in for the custom linkage to be built for your car.
*Some chassis modification is required:
Such as rear trans brace must be removed from firewall and new compact clutch master cylinder.
Tie Rod holes on the front spindles enlarged to 5/8" ID.
• We now offer a Automatic transmission mount for the 4L60E, 4L80E, Turbo 350/ 400.
The mount does require drilling 1/2" holes for mounting. We recommend you installing the front subframe with your engine and transmission mated together to find the best suited location for your transmission mount. Simply bolt the transmission poly mount to the transmission mount and use a jack to raise the transmission up so the mount goes to the correct location in the frame rails. Mark and drill. Every Automatic Transmission style has different tail shaft lengths for mount locations.
It does require cutting and spot weld drilling and removal of the stock transmission mounting locations underneath your car.