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Old 08 July 2016, 11:59 PM
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Default 2005 Hawkeye STI Spec C Type RA

Spec:

Engine:
Standard forged jdm 2.0 engine with VF36 Twin scroll set up (standard)
6 Speed DCCD gearbox (standard)

Upgrades:

Engine:
HKS panel filter
STI battery clamp
STI oil filler cap
STI radiator cap
STI oil filter
STI red intercooler hose
Perrin crankshaft pulley
Samco coolant hose kit
Tomei intake hose
Tomei stainless steel exhaust manifold – Ceramic coated
Sard decat downpipe – Ceramic coated
Tomei titanium cat back exhaust sysetem
Custom remap – by TDR Warwick Power: 357.9Bhp

Interior:
STI custom floor mats
STI titanium gear **** – Rare!
STI titanium key
Full Genuine Subaru S204 “Matt Black” dash setup with stereo blanks
Stereo and speakers removed
Sabelt steering wheel and boss kit
Sparco Pro 2000 LF bucket seats
Sparco 4 point harnesses
Spare wheel and jack removed
Fire extinguisher in boot

Exterior:
2015 STI alloy wheels - refurbished satin black
245/40/18 Dunlop sport tyres
Perrin rear spoiler stabilisers
Custom down sized number plates
Genuine Subaru RA-R front grille – Rare!
Hella Optilux LED spot lamps – custom installed recessed into bumper
Twin Hella horns in red
APR carbon fibre GT3 mirrors
STI wheel nuts inc locks
Full window tint
Aftermarket JDM HID kit
TEIN bonnet dampers
Antenna blanking plate
Subaru wind deflectors

Suspension:
STI Group N bushes throughout
Whiteline anti lift kit
Cusco coilovers
STI front 21mm “pink” anti-roll bar
STI rear “pink” anti-roll bar (standard)
STI front lower Yamaha damper chassis brace
STI rear upper Yamaha damper strut brace
Rear lower boot brace (strandard)
STI rear droplink bracket kit
STI carbon fibre front strut brace
Full geo alignment setup – fast road settings

Brakes:
Fully refurbed brembo calipers - yellow with pink STI logos
Hel braided hoses
Project Mu SCR uprated discs –front
Project Mu SCR uprated discs – rear
Project Mu HC+ uprated brake pads front + rear

Drive-terrain:
Exedy Twin plate carbon clutch
STI quick/short shift lever assembly
STI Group N gearbox cradle bush kit
STI Group N pitch mount
STI Group N engine mount pair
STI Group N 6 speed gearbox mount
STI Group N gear lever support bush
STI Group N rear diff brace support
Hel braided clutch hose

Security:
Front and back black vue cameras
Smart track tracking system
Clifford cat 1 650 alarm

Current parts on order:
Front carbon fibre bumper canards
Grimmspeed antenna blanking plate
Genuine Subaru wind deflectors
Seibon front carbon lip

Credits due:

Ian/ Ben @ god speed brakes. I can be a pain but they sorted out my brembos asap, and what a job they did! Turn around time is good.

Saj @ jap performance parts - always good for advice and got some interior parts. Always had previous dealings, fast delivery!

Mark @ TDR Warwick - completely understood where I was going with this vehicle, talked me through, patient and accepted all my emails no matter what time of night. Never worried me with any pressure or rush to getting the vehicle out. All parts fitted by him, including remap and dyno. Felt very very comfortable dealing with everyone at TDR.

Dal @ Automotive Solutions Perry Barr - For all the security work, top work man ship!

Myself LOL. I had a vision and turned it from thought to reality. Its not about chucking money at any car. Its a thought process. Its what one dreams of producing. Works hard in order to achieve it. This project is far from finished. For now I will enjoy it and see what I feel needs to be done next.

Many dont know me on here. But as a student almost 10 years ago, I bought my first subaru wagon wrx. I had no money or any idea what I got myself into. But when I had any questions or research I would always turn to this forum. Its been a huge wealth of knowledge, and it still is. Its amazing how much can be gained by being part of such a online community. Thank you all.

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Old 09 July 2016, 12:24 AM
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Very nice and good choice of mods
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Old 09 July 2016, 08:18 AM
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Beautiful mate and nice write up...

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Old 09 July 2016, 10:22 AM
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Excellent car in every way
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Old 09 July 2016, 12:28 PM
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WOW!! Stunning
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Old 09 July 2016, 12:44 PM
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Swap steering wheel for a non suede one
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Old 10 July 2016, 04:37 PM
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Thanks for your comments guys
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Old 11 July 2016, 09:16 PM
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Love what you've done with the interior!
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Old 12 July 2016, 08:05 AM
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It was a pleasure dealing with you, Car looks great.
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Old 12 July 2016, 09:31 AM
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Very nice Harry , credit to you
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Old 16 July 2016, 12:06 PM
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Awesome car you've turned it into
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Old 19 July 2016, 06:03 PM
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Great write up Harry! And an equally impressive spec. Have never seen those latest generation wheels on a GDB. Enjoy!
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Old 11 November 2016, 12:06 PM
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How did you get those wheels to fit? I tried to get the wheels from my 2012 STI (same offset and size as 2015) onto my widetrack and couldn't because of the coilovers. By the time they were spaced enough to clear, the wasn't enough wheelnut stud left to get them on securely.
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Old 12 November 2016, 12:45 AM
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Originally Posted by Jay Cartay View Post
How did you get those wheels to fit? I tried to get the wheels from my 2012 STI (same offset and size as 2015) onto my widetrack and couldn't because of the coilovers. By the time they were spaced enough to clear, the wasn't enough wheelnut stud left to get them on securely.
Believe it or not. Straight bolt on. No spacers etc required. I think they are ET38.
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Originally Posted by Jay Cartay View Post
How did you get those wheels to fit? I tried to get the wheels from my 2012 STI (same offset and size as 2015) onto my widetrack and couldn't because of the coilovers. By the time they were spaced enough to clear, the wasn't enough wheelnut stud left to get them on securely.
What wheels where they??? I had a set of 2012 STi wheels on my hawkeye STi which bolted straight on, coilovers fitted to!!
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Small update. Carbon splitter and carbon canards added courtesy of Tom from sprinting hare jdm. Have mb developements old bonnet going on too with the wrc carbon vents.

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Old 17 February 2017, 09:04 AM
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canards look **** imo unless you really need them for downforce on the track but if that's what you like then that's what you like your car and all that
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Stunning car!
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Old 17 February 2017, 11:09 AM
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Originally Posted by ZANY View Post
canards look **** imo unless you really need them for downforce on the track but if that's what you like then that's what you like your car and all that
They wouldn't be for me but cars are a very personal thing. The interior is spot on though. I'd like Recaro's and Sabelt harnesses (Or Bride and Takata but much )

I'm waiting for a white RA to come up on the JDM auctions. The wait is killing me!
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Old 17 February 2017, 11:52 AM
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Ouch lol! Nah I understand its not to everyones taste. But im totally understand. Im working towards a particular look. I think it will work well when the bonnet is on.

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Originally Posted by EddScott View Post
They wouldn't be for me but cars are a very personal thing. The interior is spot on though. I'd like Recaro's and Sabelt harnesses (Or Bride and Takata but much )

I'm waiting for a white RA to come up on the JDM auctions. The wait is killing me!
What happened to the white Hawk from Torque, mate?
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What happened to the white Hawk from Torque, mate?
Hopefully nothing of note, as I've bought that. Picking it up on Monday.
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Originally Posted by rossyboy View Post
Hopefully nothing of note, as I've bought that. Picking it up on Monday.
The white Hawk Spec C Type RA with 60-odd thousand miles? I'm sure Edd said he'd bought it!?
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Not sure what happened. I was looking at it on their website thinking about it and it was then listed as sold.

Couple of weeks later or whatever it was re- listed with its price tag. I enquired with them and it was still available. So I did the deal, as there aren't any others in the UK for sale. Miles a bit higher than I'd like, but I can live with it.
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Ross - welcome to the world of Newage RA's - glad to have you in the fold m8!

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Another white one to be visiting the ranch soon
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And shes back...

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Very very nice indeed. Lovely job
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Had a quick blast over the weekend with a mate. I stood no chance lol.
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Which one to fit?

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