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Old 16-02-2019, 04:12 PM
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Small job for the day -

Put the noise maker back on, track system taken off and put in storage...

Also took the time to change up 3 out of the 4 exhaust rubbers for performance stiff ones...









Old ones were a little soft but not to out of shape...



I didnít manage to change the 4th one as itís the only one held in by a bracket... well the bolts and nuts are 17yrs old and weíre not budging!!





Not matter how much WD40 and soaking they didnít want to let go so Iíll source a new bracket and bolts and then cut off the offending old number and replace at a later date
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If you manage to find a place that supplies the bracket holding the last hanger, let me know mate. Mine is bent and twisted to hell as I had the same problem and set about beating the crap out of it until the nut gave up!
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I had a spare one until about a year ago! Had to remove it for the towbar so had it sitting in the garage
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To be fair, it looks a damn simple piece to fabricate if needed. Just easier if somewhere like ICP sells them cheap enough....
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If by magic .

https://www.fastwrx.com/products/sub...er-bracket-kit
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Yeah I found them to - but economy shipping option was $44!! So didnít purchase...
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its a captive nut on the outside and a 14mm bolt that runs through from the centre line out over.........
you could unbolt it from the chassis and then you would have more purchase on the bench
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The bolts to the chassis are fairly mullered as well

Donít suppose you supply a replacement part Alyn? Or fabricate ones?

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its a captive nut on the outside
Not any more on mine
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Well bracket kit has now been ordered from the USA.

Should arrive in 4-5 working days

As weather is nice this weekend if I am feeling brave I might tackle the u-cradle refurb.........................if Iím feeling brave.
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Bracket kit has arrived from Trump-land...

Now am I brave enough to try and grind the old one off!

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Are you going to give it a decent coat of paint before you fit it?
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Are you going to give it a decent coat of paint before you fit it?


Wasnít planning to as itís painted black anyway and if I slapped on thick layers of paint I didnít want to make fitting the hanger difficult and get paint in the screw thread...
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Least you can crack on with it..
How are you guys uploading pics now ?
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How are you guys uploading pics now ?


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Bracket kit has arrived from Trump-land...
Madness isn't it - I ordered a new cupholder for mine from the states - took 5 days but £20 cheaper than I could get it in the Uk!
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Madness isn't it - I ordered a new cupholder for mine from the states - took 5 days but £20 cheaper than I could get it in the Uk!


Nobody could even supply these in the U.K. ! Crazy indeed!
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It is mad, so did subaru not able to get hold of them?
theres a guy i use he imports clean and i mean clean newages to break, he is very good prices and worth a try if you get stuck for this type of stuff
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theres a guy i use he imports clean and i mean clean newages to break, he is very good prices and worth a try if you get stuck for this type of stuff


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Well what a faff that was!

But............

















Whilst I was under there and had the exhaust off I tried to see why it was knocking on the subframe and the rear diff bolt... shaved a bit off the subframe to stop that banging but things were not quite right...

Then I spotted this.......

Drivers side looking fine and straight...



Passenger side - not so straight!





Guess what I need to get before Germany
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Has someone jacked it up in the wrong place?
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Old 06-04-2019, 11:59 AM
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Has someone jacked it up on the lower arm?
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Yeah!
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See! I canít even be trusted to jack a car up!
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Glad you sorted this issue, and found the other before your ring trip. Top tip always jack the rear diff up on the scoob easy and safest place I find.
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Can u tell I have all the gear and no idea? Pmsl!! This is why Mr Rob and Super Jules work on my car and I just make the tea!
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Well little job done this morning.

Tegiwa brake stopper fitted - although not the 20min job it reckoned!!

Had to remove induction cone, and boost solenoid bracket to get proper access and then the holes didnít quite line up so a bit of force needed to line everything up whilst screwing.. meant the stopper ďred buttonĒ wasnít sitting quite squarely and so screwing that in was very awkward as it wasnít going straight with the thread but itís on!

Am surprised though how much flex there still is on the cylinder when brake pedal is pushed but I guess itís got to be better than it was













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Looking good, a mod I keep meaning to looking into. Guess you will know when you press hard form speed.
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It's quite scary how much the bulkhead flexes when you push hard on the brake pedal, I noticed it when I was bleeding the brakes on mine. I keep looking at them and they're all blue and I can't be doing with spraying it before I fit it.
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With all this hard work you are putting in I look to you forward.

Passing me..
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Passing me..


Yeah right! No chance of that mate..

I have all the gear no idea Ian you know that

And Iíve only done exhaust hangers and brake stopper None of the other goodies will be on before the end of the year I donít think...

I donít know the ring like I do lydden and brands and tbh it terrifies me! So much traffic and cars way way way faster than me so Iím quite happy doing my tourist laps at pansy miles an hour

Besides as per previous discussions, power doesnít make up for skill and knowledge - and you have that in abundance when it comes to Germany
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Don't doubt yourself! you do just fine! Brake stoppers make a surprising difference to pedal feel, I have an integral one with the strut brace, I remember fitting it at jap performance openday... I had to borrow 2x trolley jacks and drop the front suspension!!
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Don't doubt yourself! you do just fine! Brake stoppers make a surprising difference to pedal feel, I have an integral one with the strut brace, I remember fitting it at jap performance openday... I had to borrow 2x trolley jacks and drop the front suspension!!


Too kind Dave

Hoping it makes a difference - as mentioned it does still flex when I press the brake pedal but Iíll get Jules to look it over on May 11th
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Small update -
I finally got round to getting my wheels refurbished by Lepsons.

Amazing guys, giving me a factory tour and introducing me to the sprayer and repair guys.

Cup of tea and quick discussion and we decided on the best paint match. After negotiation I managed to get the barrels done and wheel weights done F.O.C. as well!

Picked them up today and have to say I am very very impressed! They look better than new! The new gold has a tad more metallic fleck in it and having the barrels painted and laquered as well really gives them a clean shine!

Currently in the process of ceramic coating and layering up some wax but hereís some pics!





















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I like that Ryan, it's on my to do list and to use Lepsons. I might be using Goodrims in Crayford for the wheels on the wagon re funds available as I managed to kerb the complete edge on the nearside front on Tuesday and the other 3 aren't great either.
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Really canít recommend lepsons enough Steve! Amazing guys!

Certainly get what you pay for!
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They look great, love the colour and really are a nice set of rims,
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just a daft one but have they coated them and then fitted the tyres?? only how have you coloured the wheel weights unless you knew the exact spec??
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just a daft one but have they coated them and then fitted the tyres?? only how have you coloured the wheel weights unless you knew the exact spec??


Hi Alyn,

Bit confused? Lepsons take the tyre off, chemical remove all paint, fix any damage, primer, spray, laquer then refit the tyres.. takes 4-5 days

I am then ceramic coating the inside of the wheels and the faces myself.

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What alyn means is have they painted the weights then fitted after tyre fitted . Not left them on when painting then fitted the tyres.
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What alyn means is have they painted the weights then fitted after tyre fitted . Not left them on when painting then fitted the tyres.


Oh sorry!

Yes painted weights then fitted after so once they balance etc..

Not the original weights, as they came off during prep...

Then they sprayed up a selection of wheel weights and give me encase I need to have the wheels balanced in the future...
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Mint job nice of them to do the weights aswell .
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I have 2 sets that need doing really, plucking up the courage to splash the money they have done a lovely job with the Turini's reminds me just how good they do look on our cars when on.


Are you going to replace the "flow forming" stickers etc




You need some gold tape to go over the weights for trackdays too :P (just kidding)
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Prob not going to replace the decals as I would have preferred them to be under the clear coat but speedline sent the wrong ones..

They look ok for me
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Prob not going to replace the decals as I would have preferred them to be under the clear coat but speedline sent the wrong ones..

They look ok for me

Makes sense, did they send single colour ones?


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Yeah blue ones but wrong size and curvature and font
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maybe its the pix but looks like the weights are the same coating so was wondering how they had managed to balance them afterwards??
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maybe its the pix but looks like the weights are the same coating so was wondering how they had managed to balance them afterwards??


Pass - but when I asked I was told they sprayed up a selection of weights (hence I have the envelope of more) and then they balanced the wheels...

No idea
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they have done a lovely job with the Turini's reminds me just how good they do look on our cars when on.
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Will need another set of wheels for track work now lol
My friend had his wheels done evo7 and got blister spots around the centre cap has got the brakes very hot at snettedon.
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