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Old 06 February 2019, 08:41 PM
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Default 2006 Subaru Impreza STI Spec D Hawkeye - EngineTuner (460bhp & 470ft/lb torque)

Looking to sell my 2006 Subaru Impreza STI Spec D Hawkeye.

Fully forged Hawkeye Impreza STI 2.5 running 460bhp and 470ft/lb torque with a lot of money spent. All receipts and paperwork present.

Built and Mapped by Alan Jeffery at 'Engine Tuner' in Plymouth - Fully forged build.

Bodywork carried out by Darren at ABW - Full WRC Wide Arch Body Kit with Full respray in 'BMW Steel Grey'.

It's covered a genuine 65k on the clock but engine was fully rebuilt and forged at 50k with receipts to prove, along with the rest of the work done.

Full Service History - Last Service carried out by Subaru Main Dealer - Edgeware which included the Subaru Recall replacing the Passenger Airbag.

Engine and Part Specs:-
  • 2.5L Fully Forged Build
    • CP Pistons
    • K1 H-Beam Rods
    • ACL Race Bearings
    • RCM Head Gaskets & Oil Pump
    • ARP Head Studs
    • Fully Overhauled Cylinder Heads and Balance Assembly
    • New Water Pump and Cam Belt
    • New Idler Pulleys
    • RCM Aux Belts
  • ​​TURBO TECHNICS T36 Turbo with Turbo Blanket
  • Turbosmart Supersonic BOV
  • RCM Heat Wrapped Headers
  • SYVECS ECU with TOUCAN Touch Screen Display (Including Anti Lag & Launch Control)
  • Perrin Turbo Intake
  • PERRIN Front Mount Intercooler System
  • PERRIN Air Intake
  • SAMCO Hosing
  • DAMD Flat Bottom Steering Wheel
  • Black Leather STI Spec D Interior
  • DEFI 60mm Sweeping Gauges (Oil Temp, Pressure and Boost)
  • DEFI Link Advance Control Unit
  • SONY Sat Nav Touch Screen Multimedia Player
  • 6 Speed DCCD Gearbox (Driver's Control Centre Differential) with Finger Wheel
  • Full 3" Miltek Turbo Back Exhaust System Heat Wrapped, with Haywood and Scott back box
  • BC Racing Fully Adjustable Coilover Suspension
  • D2 Racing 6 Pot Front Brakes with Drilled Discs and Blue Stuff Pads
  • BREMBO Rear Brakes
  • 18" ROTA GRID DRIFT Alloys
  • 4 x New NANKANG NS -2R Tyres (255/35/ZR18) Fitted by Richard (MAAAGS) @ Ruislip Tyre Services
  • Matching 5th Spare Alloy Wheel & Tyre
  • CLIFFORD Alarm with Black Jax Anti-Hijack
  • STI Blobeye Rear Tails Lights
  • Carbon Fibre Front Splitter
  • Rear Lower Diffuser
  • Boot Build Consisting of Vibe Amp & speakers, secondary JBL Subwoofer & Amp
  • NANOLEX Si3D Complete Paint Correction Detailed Treatment (Applied April 2016, lasting 5 years)

This is a fantastic car which I have owned for the last 4 years. Bodywork is in excellent condition with no dents, scratches or scrapes. The interior is also in excellent condition with no rips or tears at all. The car looks exactly as it did the day it was detailed.

I'm in no rush to sell so no test pilots, tyre kickers or cheque books!

Comes with all documents/owner’s manuals/receipts. I have both keys and 2 Clifford fobs.


£18,000 NO Offers

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Simply stunning
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Old 06 February 2019, 08:51 PM
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Absolute beauty!..GLWS
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Old 07 February 2019, 08:38 AM
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What a beauty.

Has it had much work done since it was sold in 2015? Any upgrades, etc?
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Old 07 February 2019, 08:56 AM
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WOW. This is stunning. GLWTS
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Old 07 February 2019, 12:30 PM
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Stunning car fair play.
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Old 08 February 2019, 05:28 PM
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Where are you located
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Old 08 February 2019, 08:55 PM
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Is it a wrx or an sti,?
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Old 08 February 2019, 09:18 PM
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Originally Posted by wrx2005 View Post
Is it a wrx or an sti,?
STI
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Hi guys,


Thanks for all the positive comments.

Turbotechnics even rated this as "the best all round Subaru they've come across" in both looks and performance, when they had the vehicle in for the Turbo replacement and service.


It's not had any other modifications done in my ownership as the performance and ride setup is perfect for a daily driver in my opinion. The only things I have had done in my ownership, other than usual engine oil and filter services every 3,000 miles are:-
  • 4 new Nankang road legal track tyres with stiff sidewalls.
  • 1 x New Rota Grid Drift Alloy (Replaced curb damaged one which comes as a spare)
  • Full paint correction and Nanolex Si3D ceramic coat. (Including Paint/Glass/Plastic/Tyre treatments).
  • Recent Coolant/Antifreeze change carried out by Richard @ FB Tuning.

Located in South Buckinghamshire.


Yes it is an STI.

Hope this helps.


All the best,


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Very nice, the wide arches look exactly how you would have expected the factory car to have looked like as standard.

The colour really sets off the lines, very nice indeed.

The only thing I would possibly change which is entirely down to individual preference is the bonnet scoop.

Very nice car, pretty sure it will sell in spring for fun.

One other point - I don't come on here a lot anymore as I feel the traffic on here is now almost zombiefied with most of the true enthusiast now not posting on here (I know there are still some good solid regulars still positing, but nowhere near what it was), that said you would probably be wise posting this up on other social media sites to ensure you get maximum visibility.
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Thanks for the compliments Rob.

I too had that initial view of the bonnet at the time when I first purchased it, but being a complete light weight fibre glass bonnet, it slowly and surely grew on me.
Once seen in person it's not as predominant as it looks in the pictures, and actually compliments the rest of the kit. IMO ofcourse.

I make you right with regards to the dwindling population on here nowadays, as sad as it is to say that...
I myself have been extremely busy with work the last few months so have neglected putting any effort into the sale of the Subaru itself.
Thankyou for your advice, I was hoping to try and sell it to a fellow enthusiast so that it gets appreciated and cared for the way it should be. Just seems like as you say, unfortunately there isn't enough traffic on here these days to have enough interest and get a sale through Scoobynet alone.

I think it could be Autotrader next month...

All the best,

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There are lots of forums/groups on Facebook that still pick up enthusiasts, I am adamant there will be one just for Hawkeye Sales.
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Old 13 March 2019, 10:33 AM
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Very nice Michael...
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Originally Posted by Rob Day View Post
There are lots of forums/groups on Facebook that still pick up enthusiasts, I am adamant there will be one just for Hawkeye Sales.
There is. There's an official hawkeye owners club group on there. Quite a few people in it as well.
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Originally Posted by Ste333 View Post
There is. There's an official hawkeye owners club group on there. Quite a few people in it as well.
Hi Ste, not having a go, but I no longer think this forum is any use for sales given that Faceweb and the likes have much more traffic which is what is needed for a sale - generally free to post too.

When you say owners club, you mean this one? - Last post 9 months ago: https://www.scoobynet.com/members-gallery-5/602011-hawkeyes-stand-up-and-show-yourselves.html?highlight=hawkeye

Don't get me wrong I like Scoobynet for technical information and usually clear direct feedback from other members (bar the odd few), as well as reading through other peoples experiences and projects, but come to sales of "cars" I personally feel there are now better places to sell - That's not to say I'll not stop coming here and/or posting.

It is a good place for all Subaru, but it no longer has the web traffic - young'ns these days seem to have plenty cash, but generally use faceweb etc.

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Originally Posted by Rob Day View Post
Hi Ste, not having a go, but I no longer think this forum is any use for sales given that Faceweb and the likes have much more traffic which is what is needed for a sale - generally free to post too.

When you say owners club, you mean this one? - Last post 9 months ago: https://www.scoobynet.com/members-gallery-5/602011-hawkeyes-stand-up-and-show-yourselves.html?highlight=hawkeye

Don't get me wrong I like Scoobynet for technical information and usually clear direct feedback from other members (bar the odd few), as well as reading through other peoples experiences and projects, but come to sales of "cars" I personally feel there are now better places to sell - That's not to say I'll not stop coming here and/or posting.

It is a good place for all Subaru, but it no longer has the web traffic - young'ns these days seem to have plenty cash, but generally use faceweb etc.

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eh? You've lost me mate? I'm not the OP, or this cars seller. I was just replying to someone elses comment that there is a facebook group for hawkeye specific owners.. Def worth the OP trying to sell on there.....

not referring to any pages on SN no.
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Originally Posted by Ste333 View Post
eh? You've lost me mate? I'm not the OP, or this cars seller. I was just replying to someone elses comment that there is a facebook group for hawkeye specific owners.. Def worth the OP trying to sell on there.....

not referring to any pages on SN no.
My bad.... Misread
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Wow, this is such a stunning car, love the colour, and really liking the bonnet.

Absolutely outstanding, your car is really beautiful Michael.

Gorgeous
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