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Old 08-06-2018, 06:00 PM
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Evening all, thought I'd put some pictures up of the current scoob of mine I'm using.

Purchased a 02 wrx in Sedona red, car had been 'chaved' up a little for my taste but the engine / running gear are totally stock including all its cats just a simple prodrive rear box and tein springs . And very good underneath.
So I've set about redoing a few bits.
Here is the car on arrival home.



Now Tow hook removed, spoiler removed, tyre paint wiped off,
The boot has been dropped off to have the holes welded over , debaged and painted , the morrette mask are being redone as standard of paint was crap, and a sti 7 scoop at the same time.
I was planning on using some jdm sti 7 hid headlights but once arrived one was very poor condition on the lense so they have been returned tho I did trail fit them and to my surprise I kinda prefer the morrettes so that's why there being done.




I fitted some sti7 clocks as wanted the the shift light/buzzer.
Brakes are carbone lorrine pads up front and Kevlar pads rear on a set of groved discs all round and hell braided lines
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Old 08-06-2018, 06:50 PM
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Looks clean and love the colour
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Old 08-06-2018, 06:57 PM
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Looks good ..

Hopefully we will see it at a meeting soon..
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Old 08-06-2018, 07:14 PM
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Looks nice, Iím a fan of the colour too. Always nice to have a project to work on and great to keep a record of the changes and developments as you go.
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Very nice.

I'm not a red car fan, but that looks good.
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Old 09-06-2018, 10:12 AM
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Very nice, as above I love this colour on a scoob. You've got one of the very last on a '52 plate bug as the blobs onwards were the normal red.

Looks a tidy example
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Old 09-06-2018, 10:59 AM
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Cheers guys, the colour is a marmite one, i like it 80% don't
Even more so being spoilerless.

There's still few things to do and parts to arrive, the fog lights need the film peeling off put i had notice the drivers side had a stone chip in so ive left till sourced another light or covers but unsure on covers?
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Old 09-06-2018, 01:40 PM
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Very cool, I quite like the colour!
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I kept getting stone chips on my fog lights on my old WRX , but problem was solved by zunsprort who make some very good mesh covers.
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Old 10-06-2018, 10:51 AM
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Nice looking bug benji you should get these to protect your fog/driving lights .

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F272681911207
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Very nice looking motor indeed

Think the colour is lovely..

Hope to see it at a meet soon
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Old 10-06-2018, 12:25 PM
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I'm not sure on covers ATM, keep googling images on them.
Either plain sti style or those mesh ones .

I'm looking at redoing the wirring on the morrettes a little better and wondered can you buy male type connector to push into the standard 3pin plug on the stock wrx loom where they would normal push onto the bulb ?
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Old 10-06-2018, 12:31 PM
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Ignore me. Found exactly what I was after , il can now start about making the lights perfect plug and play and not effecting any of the standard loom. As never been a real fan on how the wire theses up,
https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F232166518390
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Old 22-06-2018, 03:47 PM
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Parts starting to role in now to keep me busy.
Nothing special just service bits and parts I wanted renewed.



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Old 22-06-2018, 03:53 PM
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canít beat shiny and clean new parts
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Old 22-06-2018, 05:16 PM
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Lot of familiar parts there, but with the same age cars I expect we've had the same things get tired! Looks like it'll keep you busy a while
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Old 22-06-2018, 05:34 PM
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Yea that's the issue with age.
I did the rad as you like you said best to keep the cooling system in tip top , I saw in your thread about the bottom cross over pipe so I thought while rads out I'd do that too ,
And I like the oem stuff so that's why I used oem hoses and clips instead of the after market types , and alyn hooked me up with a koyo rad for a very good price and used the later blobeye version for extra pressure release .
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Sometimes you canít beat replacing simple parts which are a little tired. Refreshing plastics and pipes can lift an engine bay for little effort and it gets you looking and checking other components as you go.
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Old 22-06-2018, 06:23 PM
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Biggest one for that is the screen wash bottle that's a pet hate for me , new one was £19 with the cap.
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Biggest one for that is the screen wash bottle that's a pet hate for me , new one was £19 with the cap.
Where from, ICP??

Didn't happen to find a supplier for the expansion bottle whilst hunting did you?
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Old 22-06-2018, 08:08 PM
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Yes icp , it's a jdm one so 3liter instead of 4/5 what ever uk ballon one is . It's sat behind the rad hose on the picture I posted earlier today ,
I have a feeling they do the over flow tank too , the website is like tardiss to find certain bits but I'm sure I saw one .
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Old 23-06-2018, 10:47 AM
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Good call on the parts you're changing. I think as a couple have already said it can really help with the engine aesthetics. Good looking bug too. I don't see many in that colour on the road around here, few black and blue ones.... looks mint dude...
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Old 26-06-2018, 07:09 PM
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Couple little items arrived today ,
Later version header tank as mine the older metal type.
V.clean intake snorkel as mine was missing ,
Mishimoto rad stays.
Fuse box cover as mine had a scratch,
Pair of polybushed trailing arms as mine tired and something I was going to do in part of my winter overhaul and came with the top bracket too.


After not liking the sti7 headlights on this colour bug,
So had the Morette's redone but with the sides More red,

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Old 26-06-2018, 07:13 PM
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Looking really smart...

Liking the colour scheme on the morrettes
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Old 26-06-2018, 08:11 PM
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Looking really nice, always wanted a Mica red classic but they seem to be rarer than my red. 2 tone morettes are a nice touch.
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Old 27-06-2018, 08:29 AM
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why swap an alloy header tank for a later plastic one??
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Old 27-06-2018, 11:10 PM
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This evening I managed to do a little bit more to turn into a further marmite car,
I had the boot welded over, debaged and painted along with the bumper.







MHeader tank swapped as prefer the look of the later revised one , the alloy Ones always look tired .
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Old 28-06-2018, 08:19 AM
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Old 28-06-2018, 08:25 AM
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Nice job, looks a very clean car
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Old 28-06-2018, 06:47 PM
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Looking good
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Old 28-06-2018, 09:40 PM
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Cheers guys ,
Needs few more bits , I.e front bumper repainting and good machine polish/detail.
I'm still very marmite on it myself , scoops on and lights in.


Rads in and new pipes ,
All service items are in now too and will be dropping it off for engine mounts and trailing arms to be done,

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Looking really good and does look a mean bug .
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Old 15-07-2018, 08:26 PM
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Right , bit of an update .
1st the car is sat in my local guru's (few members use) as I've put my back out and try to rest it off,
It's gone in for the uprated engines mounts as the original left side had broke.
The lower trailing arms swapped out.
Oil filter and new dipstick as mine was too grubby
I found out the the prodrive rear box is actually made by scorpion so with that in mind I orderd a 2.5 non res centre pipe and 2nd decat from road runner who supply scorpion stuff, quality is very good and impressed. ICP hooked me up full oem gaskets and bolts this is all being done in one go,

I found the rear diff bearings have actually worn causing a wheel bearing sound so another diff has been purchased along with full seal kit and cover bolts so I can refurb it before fitting .

The headlights grrrr I've decided there not for me and give the car the wrong look I'm going for even tho I've just paid £100 to have the masks painted I've purchased a new set of o.e lights to put back in along with a sti style 3D grill.

Wheels next I just collected 5x powder coated sti 7/8 rims wrapped in Bridgestone Re070 to give me some more grip.
And a full arch liner and clip set for the drives side from my local dealers as I noticed it's split which I'm. It suprised as there really poor and flimsy compared to the new ones I put on my gc8.
And a pair of very rare ion coated jdm only foglights which where a must. The actual reflector is the coated part not the lenses.

Few pics of the bits arriving while I await the car back.
Surrey rolling road is booked for early August for a fueling check before I go to ring at the end of Aug.









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Certainly coming along. Are the clips stupid prices, I need to replace 2 of the wheel arch liner clips that go through to the bumper?
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Can’t believe you would go back to the standard headlights, worst part of a bugeye if you ask me
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Agree on that but the morrettes don't suit just this colour car and to aggressive/racer look as I want to make it low key, and will carry on with my original idea and source another pair of sti lights if can find a decent set.
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I thought I'd put a small update on this.

I've decided to run a standard look but concentrate on a few areas.
So currently since buying the car a couple of months ago I've still not had much seat time with work and life and with preparation for my ring trip I'd replace a few comman issues with the older cars in hope it becomes reliable. (He hopes)
So currently it still remains on the stock 218ps map (slow version)

I have serviced the whole car and getting some miles in around 80-90 so far this includes buying it but enjoying it.
So things done -

Millers engine oil / genuine filter
Millers gear box oil and diff.
Cosworth panel filter
Genuine fuel filter
Grade 7 plugs
Millers coolant

Hardware-
Koyo rad blob version
Oem rad hoses
Oem module pipe and hoses
Oem later header tank
Oem turbo to header hoses
Oem airbox pipe
Oem air box snorkel
Oem alternator cover
Oem fuse box lid
Oem air flow meter
Oem boost sol cover
Oem over flow water return pipes
Oem screen wash bottle
Oem down pipe back gasket and bolt set for the exhaust
Oem dv gaskets
Oem new style oil dip stick
Used rear diff new oem diff cover bolts and oem seal kit

Goodies
Group n engine mounts
Group n gearbox mount
Group n cross member mounts
Group n pitch mount
Group n shifter cushion
Super pro shifter bush
Poly bush trailing arms with new oem hardware
Whiteline ally rear drop links
Perrin 22mn rear ARB adjustable
Perrin solid Arb mounts I had powder coated silver
Prodrive intercooler pipe
Low millage wrx tmic I've DEI heat wrapped.
Scorpion 2.5 2nd decat
Scorpion 2.5 non res centre pipe I used scorpion as the prodrive exhaust where licensed made by scorpion and stamped prodrive so that was my reason choosing these and the quality is nice much better than previous stiff I've used .

External
Sti 7-8 wheels with Bridgestone re070
Stock lights
Stock grill
De-spoilered / de badged boot lid
Uk front plate
Sti 7 scoop
Free dents and scratches

The only mods I've left on so far are the prodrive rear box which will stay , front skirt that will go for a uk300 one eventually and tien springs which will go later on for coil overs.

Next bits I have a prodrive 3port / Harvey smith up pipe will need decat down pipe , fit my new walbro 255 and map.
Few pics of parts and how the car sits currently.











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Amazing attention to detail there buddy

Looks superb
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Good work

Not going to lose any money on a good original condition car these days!
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Cheers .
Will require some body shop time for polish and paint, so be a while before it's a clean car as lots of plans still so seems pointless getting paint work addressed ATM when il be crawling under over the winter months in the garage.

I had a spare hour today so In goes the walbro. Nice easy job and one less worry to think about.
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Is it refitted yet? I've heard a lot of people say the original yellow-browny colour filter sock is better than the walbro one, think its slightly bigger so reaches further into the fuel at the bottom of the tank?

Either way, I was recommended to re-use the original sock when swapping to a walbro....
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Me too, but spoke to alyn and I decided to use the walbro as it's only few mm smaller and mine had small black bits on once I let it dry out ,
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I've been passing yours all week and the car looks great!
Have you thought of a small carbon lip along the boot edge?
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Thanks . Not thought any more on the boot side I only removed the boot holes as the nasty spoiler was taken off and I thought let's try doing it wingless , I was going to try the sti a-line spoiler, but my minds been taken off the body ATM and concentration on handiling / servicing . Shall see how it handles the ring then make some notes on that then go from there I guess ,
Really would like the uk300 skirt to give it a more stock look
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I remember taking my STI 5 wing off my scoob for painting.... it was a 94 with a later style high level rear wing.... had KW V3 and just about every Cusco bar and brace the brochure had to throw at it.... anyway my point was I was shocked how different the car felt at mid to high speed without it, especially on motorway runs without it....

Love the chin spoiler on yours dude, looks really nice.... it would be a close choice between the one you have and this one.... like you said already the UK300 for a more subtle look.... depends what your overall aim is....

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Looking good Benji. If you haven't done it I'd recommend a power steering fluid change and a clutch fluid change. It's probably been in there since new and both mine were black.
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That's good shout about the fluids . Il check them out.
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Today I've retro fitted the MY03 PPP Ecu as I already have the prodrive Y pipe, 3rd cat delete and rear box along with panel filter , pump 2.5 non res centre and grade 7 plugs.
Bum dyno says it's got better pic up nothing exciting but still fair chunk more than the original subaru map.
reading up the 03 was the better map and ecutek instead of the MY01/02 cars fitted with the piggy back , not really up in this as only really fiddled with sti's so all learning.
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