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Originally Posted by joe v3sti View Post
Wheels really set the car off mate, they look spot on. You made a great choice with those. Kw's coupled with your rolling whiteline catalogue with work very well together. What are your plans regarding tyres?
Cheers Joe, really happy with how they finish the car off tyres wise If I go all out will be the AD08R's or If I go for something of a compromise then the hankook ventus v12 evo 2's they are only about 60 a tyre in 225/45/17 from camskill and I really liked how they drove on the car
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Looking awesome!
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Update on the current status


I had been looking into getting the engine bay a cleaning as it was pretty poor state, had a great offer from big fud to do it while the car was at Chevron. Will let the pics do the rest of the talking

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After a serious chat with big fud, decided against going front mount turbo. Also thanks to fud sorting out a zircotec coated rotated twin scroll kit at a great price, will have to find a way to make the BW fit in a rotated position now

Pic of the kit



Collected the car from Chevron first week of Feb, amazing job once again from Simon and the lads cant praise the setup and guys enough. Was a superb drive home





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Banny just leave it all with mattys fabricator he got mine sorted/clocked rotated in actual fact the car fired up for the first time on tuesday
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Great looking project banny loved your old one!
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Banny just leave it all with mattys fabricator he got mine sorted/clocked rotated in actual fact the car fired up for the first time on tuesday
Have a couple of options before I decide by the end of the moment, thats a momentous occassion its nearly time to race proper made up for you

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Great looking project banny loved your old one!
Cheers Zip, this wont be as mental power wise but will be a better car overall as I dont need to compromise making it road friendly at all

Also got my OEM stickers via japan parts





and some lightened pulleys came up cheap

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Can't wait to see this fully done . What did fud use to clean the bay? Looks good big improvement
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[QUOTE=banny sti;11641859]thats a momentous occassion its nearly time to race proper made up for you

Cheers Banny much appreciated mate, still a few niggling problems to overcome but just about there
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Old 09 March 2015, 04:04 PM
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Will find out for you Vee but he had a bucket full of stuff, main thing is that its moving under its steam Gus

Couple more mods landing this week courtesy of Alyn ASP




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Sun was out so gave the car a good clean and tried to finally get some better pics









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I have 2 of those wheels that came on an evo I bought a while back was tempted to buy or source (if poss) this just makes me want them more haha .perfect example of a jap car to me this is
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Looking sweet as bud
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Bank holiday treat for the car and the power phase begins in earnest next week....

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Will be getting a good polish before being fitted



RCM sump baffle plate



swirl pot with billet filter



100mm intercooler core that will have custom pipework made to suit



Genuine JDM key


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Originally Posted by banny sti View Post
Will be getting a good polish before being fitted



RCM sump baffle plate



swirl pot with billet filter



100mm intercooler core that will have custom pipework made to suit



Genuine JDM key

Love what your doing banny good work...

Where can you source the key from, need me one now ha

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Originally Posted by M2RTXhawkeye View Post
Love what your doing banny good work...

Where can you source the key from, need me one now ha

Martin

Cheers Martin I got mine from here:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Genuine-Suba...-/191544281794

But import car parts do list it but shows out of stock at the moment

http://www.importcarparts.co.uk/part...y=&searchPart=
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Originally Posted by banny sti View Post
Cheers Martin I got mine from here:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Genuine-Suba...-/191544281794

But import car parts do list it but shows out of stock at the moment

http://www.importcarparts.co.uk/part...y=&searchPart=
Great mate just bought one thanks

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Originally Posted by M2RTXhawkeye View Post
Great mate just bought one thanks

Martin
JDM key fwends now

Special thank you to Tim from JT Innovations for supplying a flex fuel sensor, fuel pressure sensor, avcs loom, coilpack conversion loom and clutch switch for ffs

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Early morning jaunt to drop the car off with John Goulding of spool motorsport developments in Scotland. As a bonus got to see the Ti exhaust fitted







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Thats a fair long road trip Banny good to see you got the Ti fitted tho
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Awsome that banny

Exhaust looks great...

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Old 13 April 2015, 11:13 PM
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excellent project bro exhaust looks amazing. did u go for the efr 7670 or the bigger one? I was considering the twinscroll efr set up as well but thought it was going to be difficult to install etc.

I really want to go the twinscroll route so if you can source me some decent twinscroll manifold up pipe etc il be very very interested
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Originally Posted by BP05AVW View Post
excellent project bro exhaust looks amazing. did u go for the efr 7670 or the bigger one? I was considering the twinscroll efr set up as well but thought it was going to be difficult to install etc.

I really want to go the twinscroll route so if you can source me some decent twinscroll manifold up pipe etc il be very very interested
I went for the EFR7670 with the 1.05 housing and external wastegate option, they will probably be some messing to get it to fit proeprly. The hardest part is not losing the standard servo and having to use a pedal box, something I dont want on a weekend car.

Matty at MB Developments could get you a set fabricated or if you want an off the shelf setup, try these guys

http://www.full-race.com/store/efr-t...anifold-1.html

http://www.full-race.com/store/efr-t...anifold-1.html
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Efr 7670 twin scroll is the 1 to go for. You made a very good choice. 1.05 housing ��

I spoke to full race a few months ago .... they don't do a kit for right hand drive cars.

I'll have to speak to Matty or if you come across a decent kit, PM me straight away lol.

Thats a big turbo bro haha.

Pedal box in a weekend car is a BIG no no!!!!

When you fit the kit let me know how it goes as i'm most likely gonna ditch the gt3583 idea and go for that lol (not stealing your idea ..... it just makes more sense seeing as im spending alot on it anyway so need to go all out)
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Hey up banny, new exhaust looks like a rather exotic item pal, I like it!
I saw on another thread you were after a steering wheel that you'd since 04, fingers crossed that you get that back mate. I understand where your coming from with that, as I'm sentimental over the craziest things too.
What you you havering done up at johns?
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Originally Posted by joe v3sti View Post
Hey up banny, new exhaust looks like a rather exotic item pal, I like it!
I saw on another thread you were after a steering wheel that you'd since 04, fingers crossed that you get that back mate. I understand where your coming from with that, as I'm sentimental over the craziest things too.
What you you havering done up at johns?
Cheers Joe, I see JDM and I want It was the steering wheel that came over on my first impreza the white sti 3 with the black bonnet, think I've sorted it with Ryan and should be with me in a couple of weeks

The full works engine, box, turbo and possibly mapping too, I've aimed for a conservative 550bhp on v power and will do a map for meth using the flex fuel sensor should I need any extra.

If it all works (probably wont its an Impreza ) It should be all done and back before the JGM memorial day on the 15th of may ready for me to run it
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A conservative 550bhp haha
Sounds great mate, i think it's very fitting that you want it doing for the jgm shoutout, I know Simon was good mate of yours. Respect!
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Originally Posted by joe v3sti View Post
A conservative 550bhp haha
Sounds great mate, i think it's very fitting that you want it doing for the jgm shoutout, I know Simon was good mate of yours. Respect!
He doesn't do things by halves.
Good result in the sprint the other day Joe. It was great to see you on the podium on your first outing.
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