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Old 03 January 2016, 04:48 PM
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Default Widetrack JDM Blob Sti - Crystal Grey

JDM Ver9 Widetrack STI Twin Scroll
Year: MY05 model (Reg: BC04 AVR)
Colour: Crystal Grey
Bhp: 365 bhp / 355 ft/lbs
MOT till July 2016
Tonnes of reciepts, going into thousands of £'s
Car maintained & serviced by FB Tuning
Mileage is: 53,500 miles
As first 39,000 were in km = 24,230ml. So (53,500 - 39,000 = 14,500m) plus 24,230m = 38,730 miles actual.

JDM Ver9 Sti Engine with Nitrided Crank etc
Std Twin Scroll VF36 Spec C Roller bearing Turbo
With Forge uprated 1.7 bar Actuator & 76mm Silicone turbo inlet hose
JDM 6 speed box with DDCD- Auto & Manual
Spec C fuel pump 245 l/ph with Anti Surge Kit
Sard Fuel Pressure Regulator
VTA breather system with 3 port baffled oil catch can, return to sump -Aeroquip ftngs
Prodrive 3 port boost solenoid
Fujitsubo Giken 3" full exhaust system
APS 70mm CAIK with K&N cone filter with Cold Air feed from front fog cover
NGK PFRB7 one step colder plugs
JPerfomance 55mm Alloy Radiator with Silicone Hoses
Exedy Pink Racing 6speed Clutch & skimmed flywheel
Zerosports 67deg colder thermostat

STI rear upper & front strut brace
CDF Racing Anti lift Kit
Whiteline uprated Steering rack bush kit mated to the JDM super quick rack
Hardrace Engine Mounts & stabiliser
Hardrace Shifter Bush kit
Tein Mono Flex Winding Master coilovers
Hardrace Trailing Arms
Hardrace Adjustable Lateral Links
Super Pro Roll Centre Kit
Hardrace adjustable rear Drop Links
TFS adjustable front drop links
Whiteline front 24mm Anti Roll Bar
Whiteline rear 24mm adjustable Anti Roll Bar
Eibach camber bolts & Custom Alignment
Braided brake lines with new OEM master cylinder
Brembo Sti Gold calipers all round
(Standard STI interior & seats)

Factory Xenons & detango
Facrory JDM Rear Tints
Sti front lip spoiler
Msport rear windscreen lip spoiler
Spec C rear diffuser
Carbon Bonnet Struts
Front bumper Alloy Mesh, badge delete
Custom front bumper satin black paint

Depo Racing 4 in 1 Gauge in Autobahn 888 pod
Clifford G5 with Proximity sensors & Anti hijack
In car 1.5 litre fire extinguisher
Stebel Nautilus Compact air horn 139db
Pioneer DEH 4400BT headunit
JBL GTO 6528 6.5" front door speakers

Rota Force Drift 18x8.5 wheels 42mm offset
Tyres Federal RSR 235/40/18

Points to note:
There is a slight oil drip from front drivers side. Either camshaft oil seal or Rocker gasket, just a serviceable gasket needs replacing here.
Cambelt was done Dec 2012.
At time of purchase I noticed that rear nearside wing had been replaced and rear bumper. This is visible by looking at inside of wing through boot. Also the boot lid rubs slightly to the inside of bumper on that side. None of this noticeable from outside of car at all. Also front bumper has cutout behind for front mount previously but only visible from behind bumper. There are some small stonechips here and there and one small door ding on nearside rear door.

Taking these points into consideration & the fact that it is not a concours mint exmaple I think I have set the price to what I think is fair. It will go on Pistonheads & Ebay in a couple of weeks, rather sell it here first than deal with plonkers on Ebay etc!
Located in Harrow, Middx. Pm me on here or email on [email protected]

Tel: 07021 538 453

The whole saga!!
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For those that dont know what the differences are between a Version 9 JDM model & a UK model, I wont go into all the differences as a simple search on here will give you all the answers. But for me - the precise, quick steering rack and the best diff out of any Impreza, with the least understeer due to greater rear wheel bias than any other factory DCCD. But there is nothing quite like the manic twin scroll spool up with almost no lag & the noise from properly mapped Vf36.....see my video below for a taste!!


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Lovely jdm and very good price... Won't hang about that

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Old 03 January 2016, 06:40 PM
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Now that is nice

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Good price for a JDM widetrack, I see UK ones go for a lot more with more miles!!!
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Too cheap. I sold my uk wide track with 80k on for 8500

Expect hurst and c performance to be buying this and retailing it for 10k plus
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Originally Posted by Uncle Creepy View Post
Hi, mate.


Just for your info, those wheels aren't Torques. They look like Drifts to me.


And are you sure the turbo is a VF36? I thought a V9 JDM STi came with a VF37? I might be wrong, though.
I swapped the VF37 for the roller bearing VF36 as found in the Spec C. Will reconfirm with Maggy at Ruislip Tyres whether they are Rota Torques or Rota Drifts!
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Thanks for kind comments. I just thought the price gives buyers the margin to sort out gasket leak and tidy up any bits that they want. Also saves the usual "will you knock of xx££ amount" etc and I've already bought my next motor, just need the garage space now.
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Nice looking car the wheels are rota force drift
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Originally Posted by Sarg400 View Post
Nice looking car the wheels are rota force drift
Thanks, ad ammended
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free BTTT for a very honest and clean car.
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Originally Posted by MelTypeR View Post
free BTTT for a very honest and clean car.
Thanks mate

New pics added & now on Pistonheads

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Not surprised, great car, great spec, cheap price, someone got a good car!!
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Hi all . Im the new owner . Scooby no 8 . I keep coming back lol . Cheers for the car . Will be getting booked in tomorrow for full service and oil leak . Then . A little tweak on the map for a little more . Very happy ...
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just spent over a year sorting this car out bit by bit.

big changes and sorting out ermmm lets say mmmmm shappy previuos work
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Default well here she is. 1 step closer to the way she shud be

full hawk conversions
aps properly and correctly mounted

stealth mode fmic
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