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Old 12 September 2015, 08:27 PM
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Bugeye bumper that has Orcari vents fitted and blended. The apertures have been opened and meshed. It will need a respray as the colour is DBM with a twist so the colour won't match any other car and under the grill is marked were the grill has rubbed - looking for 120 collected. Does not include the splitter.




HT Autos splitter - painted in black plasti-dip but does have some blemishes - I'll get some better pics up shortly - 60 collected.

12mm spacers - dual PCD, not sure what the second is but they are 5x100 for sure. These have been painted satin black. 15 plus delivery SOLD AND SHIPPED..



3 port oil catch can. 12mm pipes and has both a seperate drain and return to sump feeds. It is not baffled but you can fix that with some wire wool. 40 plus delivery SOLD AND SHIPPED.






Catch can vent - 25mm. WIll fit the above catch can - 5 plus delivery SOLD AND SHIPPED




AN10 (I think) blank. Will fit the return to sump thread on the catch can. 5 plus delivery SOLD AND SHIPPED.



Anodised Red CDF Racing oil filler cap. Like new including the rubber seal. 30 plus delivery




Genuine locking aerocatches - these are white but have been resprayed to matchg my car. The paint is coming off so they need stripping and repainting. They are also mnissing the bolts that they lock in to - these stripped a thread whilst eing removed but replacements can be bought cheap on ebay. These include the EPR under-bonnet mounts that are an optional extra although the bolts will need replacing - the ones in the picture have been used on my new catches and the old ones are too short to reach the nyloc in the supplied nuts. Includes all four keys. 25 plus delivery





OE Brake proportioning valve - only removed to fit an adjustable one when I removed the ABS. 15 plus delivery



63mm humnp red silicon joiner hose - fits most common FMIC pipeworks (japspeed, Hybrid etc). 5 plus delivery.



32mm (plain) and 25mm (ribbed) bungs. 5 each plus delivery 32mm bung SOLD AND SHIPPED






Carbon centre vent cover - suits bugeyes and early blobs. This was a prototype so the fit is pretty poor iirc. 10 plus delivery.



Metal header gaskets - multi-layered same as the OE ones (may even be OE). Used but in good condition - 10 plus delivery




Carbon door panel trims - suit bugeye and early blobs - need to be glued in place but quite a good fit - 20 plus delivery




Oil filler neck - supposed to be a bugeye one but does not fit my new rocker covers - 10 plus delivery




Revotec 63mm duct - fitted but removed before use as I've gone larger. It will need some silkflex or double sided stickies to fit. 5 plus delivery.




Bugeye (any maybe other newage) passenger airbags. No airbag lightrs one when these where fitted. 30 each - collection only.



Bonnet release and cable, also inlcudes the catch for the bonnet which has some surface rust. Worked fine but longer required as I have aerocatches. 20 plus delivery



Pair of new PU Rim STI8 style rear arches. These are unpainted and unused. They are a copy of the genuine items but are not GRP so have the same flexibility as the OE ones. A change of plan means these are no longer required - 50 plus delivery




More to follow as I sort through the garage.

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Hi jon,
I'll take the catch tank with the blank and ash filter please
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I'll take the catch tank with the blank and ash filter please
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Might be interested in that intake duct Jon, I'll see what size mine is and come back to you ASAP
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Isnt the window switches carbon covers missing a hole for the "door lock" buttons?
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Isnt the window switches carbon covers missing a hole for the "door lock" buttons?
Nope, not for a bugeye and early blob fitment
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Hi, I have 2001 WRX in blue and need replacement for black trim outside driver's side window, mine looks like de-icer damaged, do you have one for sale ?
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Hi, I have 2001 WRX in blue and need replacement for black trim outside driver's side window, mine looks like de-icer damaged, do you have one for sale ?
Sorry pal I don't, I'm not breaking a car merely getting rid of spare stuff...
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