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Old 11 October 2016, 03:35 PM
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Took the car to japshow finale, was not keen on running it as A) You only got 4 runs and it was going to be mad busy B) car had a minor coolant leak.

However had some fun on the way down with a C7 RS6, the classic type r was duly saluted by the RS6 driver after being dispatched

Met up with Vee in his MG I mean P1 (had a little play with his launch control on the syvecs and got it running well) and Fud in his mental GTR.

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Car was duly booked in with the lads at Richard Henry, as the coolant leak only happened when the car had been stood. As a precaution switched to a hawkeye header tank and they found two leak both fixed and the car is running sweet as ever!

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ENGINE
2.35 destroked
2.5 pinned block with 14mm studs
CP custom pistons
2mm longer tomei rods
ACL race bearings
12mm oil pump
75mm crank
RCM water pump
Twin scroll sump
Killer B baffle plate
2.5 ported and ringed STI heads
19 row mocal thermostatic oil cooler
Zerosports 71c thermostat
RCM lightened pulleys
RCM track attack catch can
Airtec 76mm rs500 intercooler with custom rad
Borg warner EFR 7670 twinscroll 1.06 EWG turbo
mac 3 port boost solenoid
Zen performance 4 bar map sensor
Two tial 38mm external gates
Walbro lift pump
Bosch 044 external pump with swirl pot
DW 1300cc injectors
Power steering relocation kit
Parallel fuel rail setup witb billet rails
SX Fuel Pressure Regulator
Billet fuel filter
Flex fuel sensor
SYVECS ECU
JT Innovations avcs loom
JT innovations coilpack conversion loom with new age coilpacks

Tomei expreme titanium exhaust system

541bhp 2bar on V Power fuel
602bhp 2.2bar on V Power fuel plus 20% methanol


TRANSMISSION

6 speed hawkeye sti gearbox with Driver controlled centre differential
R180 hawkeye plated 3.54 diff
ACT clutch plus lightened flywheel
Uprated linkage bushes

SDM solid mounted gearbox cradle

ANCILLARIES
Beatrush diff brace
Solid engine mounts
CDF brake stopper

SUSPENSION
Whiteline 24mm front adj arb
CDF 24mm rear adj arb
Super pro roll centre kit
Chevron motorsport machined front alloy newage arms complete with poly bushes
STI group N rear top mounts
Whiteline heavy duty rack mounts
Whiteline subframe lock kit
Whiteline castor bushes
Whiteline adj lateral arms
Newage jdm sti quickrack with modded UJ to fit classic
Cusco front brace
Cusco rear v brace
Whiteline h brace
Whiteline camber bolts
Whiteline rear diff support outrigger bush
Whiteline diff cradle bushes
Whiteline arb collars F & R
Whiteline trailing arm bushes F&R
Whiteline bush kit control arm inner front
Whiteline max c kca251m front top mounts
KW variant 3 coilovers

BRAKES

Front AP Racing 4 pot calipers with 330mm brake discs
Rear Subaru 2 pot calipers with DBA discs
Performance friction brake pads front and rear

BODYWORK
22B bonnet vents
Morette twin headlights with inner headlights removed for increased airflow to engine
STI version 6 bumper lip
Roof vent
fully undersealed
performance creations mini flaps

WHEELS/TYRES
Rays CE28N 17" wheels
Nankang NS2R 215/45/17 tyres

INTERIOR
Corbeau bucket seats
OMP steering wheel
HKB Boss
Digital climate control
boot mounted washer bottle
3 Defi amber BF gauges in zerosports pod
1 Defi racer amber gauge
JT innovations clutch switch (flat foot shifting)
STI aluminium pedals



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Old 11 October 2016, 04:02 PM
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...had some fun on the way down with a C7 RS6, the classic type r was duly saluted by the RS6 driver after being dispatched



Where were the leaks?
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Old 11 October 2016, 04:05 PM
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Originally Posted by joz8968 View Post



Where were the leaks?

One from the turbo feed pipe and one from the the thermostat housing, pipe changed on the turbo feed pipe and thermostat housing cleaned where the pipe fits and pipe refitted viola leaks gone
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Old 11 October 2016, 05:59 PM
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Old 11 October 2016, 06:37 PM
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Lovely car great spec I had a Borg Warner 70/64 on my cosworth very impressive turbo's
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Old 11 October 2016, 06:56 PM
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Hope no one buys ur car banny we need u on here
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Old 16 October 2016, 07:37 PM
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Originally Posted by veerinder9 View Post


Hi banny
Hi @veerinder

Originally Posted by matieboy View Post
Lovely car great spec I had a Borg Warner 70/64 on my cosworth very impressive turbo's
Cheers, they really are an impressive turbo

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Hope no one buys ur car banny we need u on here
Its looking likely that its just going to sit here for me to enjoy some more
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Old 17 October 2016, 08:16 PM
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Originally Posted by banny sti
...Its looking likely that its just going to sit here for me to enjoy some more
Iiiiis.....the correct answer.
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Old 17 October 2016, 08:50 PM
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Originally Posted by joz8968 View Post
Iiiiis.....the correct answer.
I think you maybe right, drove it late night on saturday with all that cool dense air OMG the spool and rush from the turbo is uber addictive

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When are you going to set it off down thebstrip and get a time then?
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Good to hear you 'may' keep it.
You'll only get another later down the line.
I'll line up against you in my leafblower
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Nevermind the strip get some corners done
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Originally Posted by banny sti
I think you maybe right, drove it late night on saturday with all that cool dense air OMG the spool and rush from the turbo is uber addictive

I can imagine!


Banny, did you NEED the Murray CT clamps on the inlet and outlet of the IC? I.e. would the hoses actually pop off, otherwise?

Or is it a preemptive, "just to be sure", belts and braces exercise?

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Old 18 October 2016, 06:47 AM
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Originally Posted by joz8968 View Post
I can imagine!




Banny, did you NEED the Murray CT clamps on the inlet and outlet of the IC? I.e. would the hoses actually pop off, otherwise?

Or is it a preemptive, "just to be sure", belts and braces exercise?
Belts and braces i inagine, plus they look cool! The lips on the pipe are what stops it blowing apart rather than the tension in the clamp
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It probably wont ever see a strip mainly due to the fact that was my aim with the last car, to have a 10secs car which it achieved.

The more I speak to Andy @ RH the more I want to do the harewood hill climb so that is what I will most likely enter

Joz as J put it look cool and covers all bases but neve had any issue with pipes blowing off
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It probably wont ever see a strip mainly due to the fact that was my aim with the last car, to have a 10secs car which it achieved.

The more I speak to Andy @ RH the more I want to do the harewood hill climb so that is what I will most likely enter

Joz as J put it look cool and covers all bases but neve had any issue with pipes blowing off
Ive always fancied hill climbs, its just alot of money for what you actually get!

Especially with the need of hans devices etc now.

Why not theb22b sprints?
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Originally Posted by joz8968 View Post
Banny, did you NEED the Murray CT clamps on the inlet and outlet of the IC? I.e. would the hoses actually pop off, otherwise?

Or is it a preemptive, "just to be sure", belts and braces exercise?
Even I've got Murray clamps these days, John. And a titanium key.
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Originally Posted by banny sti View Post
Its looking likely that its just going to sit here for me to enjoy some more
Good!! Don't make me send Lisa down there to give you a stern talking to!
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Quality car banny, good work!
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Oh don't get me wrong. I'm a Murray clamp purveyor, too!

But only the one: on the turbo comp. outlet spout. With just a normal jubilee, the hose would always be forced off under max boost. Even with the cast retaining lip on the spout, it would still blow off past it! Drove me mad.

But the MCT has totally sorted it.

Just, I haven't the need for them on all the other hoses in my IC setup: jubilees are more than up to the task. But then again, my peak boost is only a momentary 1.5 bar lol.

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Originally Posted by JGlanzaV View Post
Ive always fancied hill climbs, its just alot of money for what you actually get!

Especially with the need of hans devices etc now.

Why not theb22b sprints?
Not looked into it fully but I dont think Andy Hill uses a hans device and he is also happy to add a silencer into my system to help with noise regs. Harewood is also round the corner for me so no full day out or mad travelling.

The 22B sprints have become too expensive, the tracks are geared towards power car (think they were trying to entice the GTR's to enter kerchingggg) and there will still some politics going on.

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Quality car banny, good work!
Thank you, projects are a ball ache but when they come together no feeling like it

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Oh don't get me wrong. I'm a Murray clamp purveyor, too!

But only the one: on the turbo comp. outlet spout. With just a normal jubilee, the hose would always be forced off under max boost. Even with the cast retaining lip on the spout, it would still blow off past it! Drove me mad.

But the MCT has totally sorted it.

Just, I haven't the need for them on all the other hoses in my IC setup: jubilees are more than up to the task. But then again, my peak boost is only a momentary 1.5 bar lol.
Ive tested mine to 2.2 bar on meth, so far so good
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Originally Posted by banny sti
...I've tested mine to 2.2 bar on meth, so far so good



banny's rockin' out! lol


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Hi banny both me and Andy use Hans because we're in modified production. It's not needed for road going. You do However still need helmet, race suit, race gloves and race boots all of which must be in late and comply with current regs.
Pound for pound 22b sprints are still way better value in terms of track time, just depends what floats your boat, ice enjoyed both
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Its been a blast over the last 12 years and enjoyed the ups and downs of Subaru ownership, the car is sold and my time in the fold is over for the forseeable future
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Its been a blast over the last 12 years and enjoyed the ups and downs of Subaru ownership, the car is sold and my time in the fold is over for the forseeable future
No banny don't do one bro!! just because you have sold yours doesn't mean your input as an enthusiast isn't appreciated mate stick around
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No banny don't do one bro!! just because you have sold yours doesn't mean your input as an enthusiast isn't appreciated mate stick around
It wont last, he will be back, he always is!

Banny, Thanks for your input and advice over the last few years fella, its really appreciated and its a shame you have sold up, it is a brilliant car and a real credit to you. I just hope this one goes to a better owner than the last one!

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The "Megatron" () Type R is sold?!

NOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!

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