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  3. Hi back after several years still got my P1 which i have had for 20 years now running 470 hp and 400 ft Ib touque are there many old members still on here to say hello to
  4. Maybe Dean over on type-ra.com can shed some more light on it https://www.type-ra.com/subaru-impreza-my94-wrx-sti-version/?sfw=pass1626333081
  5. Thank you so much, its the most confusing car I have owned to figure out. It has all the correct internals of an STI, light weight bonnet etc. and has been upgraded to chuck out 297hp. But has the wrong option option code as per the link and no sign of a plaque except for two indentation for it but never been drilled out to rivet. Will stay in the garage I think till I get the time to restore it as has some funny flaws like it would have been bright orange given the colour when opening the doors but currently a grey with really bad orange peel and bits of the V2 styling. But when I had it on the road was an enjoyable car to drive.
  6. hi any one goin to oulton park tunerfest
  7. Thanks! Interesting to know, altho I'm going to have to use Google translate I think πŸ˜‚πŸ‘ might try learning Japanese for a challenge though. The ej205 seems pretty well regarded on various forums, at least compared to the ej25. Other than running it on premium fuel and making sure the cambelt has been changed, is there anything I need to be wary of for this particular engine? And thanks again for your help! πŸ‘πŸ˜Ž
  8. Thank you! That's the only engine code that I can find listed for the exiga GT. Just wondered what it meant. I work in the motor trade, and ironically enough at a motor factors, but can't seem to find much for the exiga on the systems yet. Guess it's still quite a new import to have over here. Alphard's and elgrands are listed, I assume exigas will be too soon enough.
  9. The OEM software can be found on the web if you look or pay. There are also links to on-line catalogues.... eg. https://jp-carparts.com/subaru/cartypelist.php?maker=subaru&car_baseid=F25000 Meaning of Engine Code EJ - 4 cyl boxer 20 - 2Ltr 5 - MFI Turbo (if 7 - MFI High Power Turbo - as used in STI's) H - Japanese Exhaust regulations B - 5AT K - Minor change - Revision "B" (MY10) ME - Detailed specifications. Used when ordering parts. For details, refer to the parts catalog.
  10. The sti would be nice, altho I imagine it'd demand a hefty price premium! I don't think the standard gt's are badly priced for what they are to be fair? Is that dealer software then, or can anybody use it? Random question, what does this engine code mean? EJ205HBKME. I know the ej205 is reference to the ej20 type of engine, and the 5 means it is the 225ps Jap version I think....? I'm not sure! But I take it this engine is generally a decent unit? Thanks again πŸ‘
  11. This would be the one to have (if one ever comes up) as it has all the STI suspension parts https://www.sti.jp/en/completecar/heritage/cardetail/2009/exiga-20gt/
  12. Not a website - Subaru JDM Parts Database software
  13. From what I can tell there is really only one GT model people have imported, sometimes with a few extras fitted? What website have you shown above? I've not seen that one before. Worcester road have a couple, and I think Jap auto agent has one, and so does another dealer whose name I can't remember right now 🀦 they seem good value compared to an Alphard, which was my other choice. I don't want another elgrand πŸ˜‚
  14. Really depends on the Dealer. Common parts should be available from a number of outlets Plenty of routes for ordering parts direct from Japan. Built between 2008 and 2018. 5AT automatic box Which year and GT model is it?? https://www.theparking-cars.co.uk/used-cars/subaru-exiga.html Worcester Road Motors Ltd seem to have a large stock of them πŸ˜‰
  15. Thank you! πŸ‘ I've seen those two reviews, they seem to like it. I need a seven seater for the family car and like my Jap imports. Never had a Subaru but always wanted one growing up, so thought the exiga is a decent compromise kinda thing. Do you know if Subaru dealers are ok ordering parts for imports if needs be? I used to have a nissan elgrand, and nissan dealers were not very helpful when I needed to order dealer only parts. Because it was a Jap Import they weren't interested in the slightest. Whereas a friend of mine has a Toyota Alphard, and dealers are always willing to help him if he needs a certain dealer only part, they'll gladly order one from Japan. Thanks again πŸ‘
  16. Welcome to the forums. If it's a Subaru then yes https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/subaru/impreza/17190/subaru-exiga https://www.topgear.com/car-news/subaru-exiga-news-exiga-not-exige-2008
  17. Hi all! I've just joined, looking at buying a Subaru exiga (the GT model though, so the ej205)...is one of those "allowed" in here as such? I can't seem to find out much about them! This forum looks awesome, so thought I'd join to ask if anyone knows more anything them πŸ‘πŸ˜Š Thanks Ian πŸ‘πŸ˜Ž
  18. Hi Gents, i have just brought an SVX with a couple of issues, as i always do with my cars. Im sure your help will be of great help along the line. Gary
  19. AS PER THE PARTS DATABASE - as it came off the production line - WRX; built Aug 1994; Light silver metallic Applied Model code: GC8B48D https://legacypic.uk/specifications/specpage.php?id=178?ref=gc8b48d READ THE ADDITIONAL NOTES AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS LINKED PAGE
  20. Hi I am trying to figure out what subaru i have VIN is GC8-020875. Thanks in advance.
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    Click here to access the discussion thread 48 places are allocated for this session. Tickets are available in the club shop. SIDC returns to Knockhill on 9th of October 2021 as part of their regular weekend track events at the iconic Scottish race track. This event will run from 9am to 1pm. The event will run on an open pit lane format, meaning you can join the track at any time you wish for as long as you wish. SIDC enforce a strict driving etiquette on track, to ensure that it is a safe and enjoyable place to drive your pride and joy at all times. Aggressive and inconsiderate driving will not be tolerated. Driver attitude and behaviour on track is much more important than the make and model of car you drive. Also included is free instruction from a resident Knockhill instructor, who will go out as a passenger (or driver if you prefer) and give you expert guidance on improving your driving around the track. Both first timers and regular track drivers can benefit tremendously from expert instruction. The event is open to drivers of all makes and models of car, but note that the vast majority of cars on track are very well maintained and driven high performance models. There is no charge for additional drivers, and passengers (front seat only). The event is open to both SIDC members and non-members. Please supply full details of your car when booking (make/model/registration number & colour). Drivers should arrive at the circuit no later than 8:15am for registration and mandatory drivers briefing. A full information pack will be emailed to all drivers 2 or 3 days before the event. Please ensure you have read and understood the Track Day cancellation policy
  22. SIDC returns to Knockhill on 9th OCTOBERΒ 2021 as part of theirΒ  weekend track events at the iconic Scottish race track. This event will run from 9am to 1pm.

    The event will run on an open pit lane format, meaning you can join the track at any time you wish for as long as you wish.

    SIDC enforce a strict driving etiquette on track, to ensure that it is a safe and enjoyable place to drive your pride and joy at all times. Aggressive and inconsiderate driving will not be tolerated. Driver attitude and behaviour on track is much more important than the make and model of car you drive.

    Also included is free instruction from a resident Knockhill instructor, who will go out as a passenger (or driver if you prefer) and give you expert guidance on improving your driving around the track. Both first timers and regular track drivers can benefit tremendously from expert instruction.

    The event is open to drivers of all makes and models of car, but note that the vast majority of cars on track are very well maintained and driven high performance models. There is no charge for additional drivers, and passengers (front seat only).

    The event is open to both SIDC members and non-members. Please supply full details of your car when booking (make/model/registration number & colour).

    Drivers should arrive at the circuit no later than 8:15am for registration and mandatory drivers briefing. A full information pack will be emailed to all drivers 2 or 3 days before the event.

    Please ensure you have read and understood the Track Day cancellation policy

    Β£150
  23. Your renewal has lapsed so will send the email again. Make sure you are logged in before trying the "pay now" email link It will be renewed from payment date.
  24. Can anyone help,need to renew my membership but having trouble doing so. some pointers in the right direction would help.
  25. Found the problem i got a old pin stuck in the connector so the new pin was bent and broke when i tryed to fix it. Fixed the problem temporary by push the stuck pin in the connector and used a ziptie to force connector together and the light went off so i can get the inspection done now. Orderd new parts for 30$ to get a permanent fix. Sry for the bad english. and thx for the help
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