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  1. I've only has this one😁 so a couple of pics....
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  2. Pleased as punch with the forester, passed 200k miles last week, and still fully fit for purpose:
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  3. ive got some on the mighty actros and a bloody traction engine 🤣🤣🤣🤣
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  4. Hey SIDC, picked up my first Subaru Tuesday after years of thinking should I or shouldn’t I! Got an 03 wrx and it’s been great fun already and by weds lunchtime I’d picked up a back box and got it on so it rumbles properly 👍 Matt
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  5. yes heat is a awesome tip. Welding on expands metal and weld cools it contracts can provide thermal shock Tip 1 I have rothenberger gas gun in my plumming kit real handy. it can start and stop instantly. Saves knocking over still lit if not check car insurance first covers fire and theft Tip 2 Really need to heat the outside body so expands and cool the bolt in therory. So heat stub area (to expand) watch out for grases and oil etc. Then spay bolt head with cold WD40 (to contract) or even better pipe freezing spray. Caution hot wd40/Oil vapour "steam" can be VERY flam
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  6. Hi all. I havnt been on here for a good few years now since i had an early m reg silver wrx which i went to japfest in with the group and then a p reg sti type r in sonic blue , both of which died after i had to sell , the wrx died under a couple of tonnes of scaffolding and the type r , p 927 yae was stripped and broken But after about 4 years away i have now moved back to what i love in the form of a legacy b4 rsk s-edition , may or may not be a keeper as its an auto but we will see in about 6 weeks when she gets to the uk !! I loom forward to chatting with you all
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  7. These are the most recent of my 03 WRX and I’m sure the rest of the nation have been doing the same with all the time and lovely sunshine we have at the moment, just a shame I can’t take it out for a good run while the roads are so quiet!
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  8. Hi All, Just bought my first Impreza and I like it a lot. It's the car from the car SOS programme that was completed in 2018. The car is in for fuelling issues at the moment. It was completed with the original fuel pump which is just not man enough for the job. Hopefully get it back today and see what it really goes like. Cheers.
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  9. Hi guys, new to this forum. I'm the proud owner of a Turbo 2000. I've owned it since January so I'm still new to Subaru ownership. It's a great example with just 38,000 miles on the clock. I've done a few maintenance bits already and this month I'm planning on getting the wheels refurbished (in standard silver of course) I feel somebody may know this vehicle on here already though. It has an SIDC sticker in the rear window.... Chris
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  10. Years of Alfa Romeo driving then couldn’t resist.... started with getting my wife an Outback 3 litre H6. Went to get my Alfa seen to at a garage that is a independent dealer for Scoobys Ended up Px for a WRX S as my every day ..
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  11. Thank you and exactly that, can’t wait to find a tunnel soon haha
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  12. Evening all, Just thought I'd say hello, @Lockheed tells me that this is the place to be! Been a member on sf.org for a number of years but I thought that I'd broaden my horizons. I'm also looking for a second car to avoid putting too many miles on the FSTI and I'm trying to convince myself that an old WRX is a good idea...
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  13. just remember to get the star logo the correct way around, don't have it mirrored the star logo needs to have the large star on the left side.. no matter which side of the car it's on. google WRC rally cars and you'll see wha t i mean.
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  14. Greetings and salutations everyone. Hope you are well. I thought I'd come and say hey after someone on the Foresters owners club suggested. I did once own one of the last Classic Impreza wagons, but that car meet with an untimely end when someone decided not to stop on the dual carriageway when the traffic stopped. I loved that car as I had a full decat prodrive WR sport exhaust on it. It cost me a frankly unbelievable £74 pounds back in 2011. I had also bolted a new age intercooler on it and changed the interior to a full on leather one from a breakers. As you can tell I love the idea of fast
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  15. Hi To all sidc members and furum members Have a good Christmas and all The very best for 2020! And enjoy your scoobies Dave 33dne
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  16. You could always go for the "well used" disc look: ( 6 months under the sea as a lobster pot anchor, LOL)
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  17. You liked the colour aswell Tony .... 😁
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  18. Aye until you get yours out 🤑
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  19. Still think the hawkeye was one of the most attractive Imprezas. Still miss our 2006 WRX PPP...
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  20. Still raining but this is a pre this year spray piC. Lockheed and t5nyw! 😍😍 L
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  21. The cool kids say …. Pics or its not true.
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  22. Cheers Will and if you look closely you may see Nessy 🙄
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  23. Cheers pal Hi Will and cheers bud. Tyres are cheap ass kieser something or others. They came on the Prodrive forged rims when I bought the car and have only used them in the so called Scottish summer this year; they're completely crap. They'll soon be replaced with Goodyear Eagle F1 asymmetric 3's for next year. I've just got to take my ITC gold rims that have Wintraxs on to Rimtech in for a colour change to maybe a dark anthracite or gun metal as I can't stand gold rims so they're ready for winter. Andy.
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  24. Hi all!, some may of seen the last post regarding my old Forester, long story short..... 1999 S Turbo Bought in 2011, sold in 2012... By some Miracle managed to get back in july 29th 2019!, FATE!! Enjoyed it for 3 weeks due to MOT running out and needed a lot of work to pass next one. Tested in Nov 2019 but failed. Needed a lot of welding..... Sat in my Garage till June this year, had a chap take a look at the job after 2 others wouldn't take it on, she was fit for the scrap heap, chassis was so bad but I didn't want to give up on her.. Come too far!, This guy was my hero, he wo
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  25. Hey All, Can someone please advise, if the temperature gauge position is correct? It sits there at that same spot, after warming up, gentle driving and giving her the beans... lol. On my 98 V70 R, the gauge sits bang on in the middle... yet to inspect the Thermostat etc but thought I'll get an second opinion before I start looking..
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  26. Welcome to the Club! Tony, you just know its going to be madness and mayhem when we get car shows up again! Cant wait to get back to Cadwell!
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  27. Andy that's the one! 😍 amazing! Thank you! There is/was a Honda Civic Type R, along with an E36 BMW, there too today when I went along with a recent print off of wheel alignment data so that's been parked there recently. There's a wee house there too but unsure if that's got anything to do with the owner. Thanks for your help you two, Daniel.
    1 point
  28. To be fair I heard the same about getting hold of him. But dropped him a email and got straight back to me. Also has sorted my ecu out straight away so can't fault him at all amazing service
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  29. Cant match Tony's multiple cars, reg. numbers or action shots, so Ive gone for a different theme: ( remember in the olden days, there was something called " the great outdoors" ).
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  30. Yes had some 17" bk299s gold and silver on a type r and full decal kit, it, looked absolutely brilliant and stood out from the rest but that was 15 year ago and there's all sorts knocking about now from matt black to rainbow bright and a good looking rally spec to volkswagen silly spread tyres and grounded which I think ruins them but that's my opinion 👍
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  31. Yes I'm going to use the standard cams as a bit of an experiment but I have sneaky suspicion that my clutch won't put up with it, if it doesn't I'll pull the motor and refresh it, do the clutch and fit tomei adjustable vernier pullies and get the lateral 272 cams for the single side avcs Mark at lateral has given me such good prices on all my bits and pieces that I don't think I could afford to do it with out him.
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  32. I use 10W50 esther synthetic in my 07 STI ISTR I used the same in my MY2000 classic turbo. I use Fuchs Titan Race Pro S but the equivalent Mobil 1 is probably as good. Both are available from Opie oils. I've bought from them for many years and always had good service. Other than that, I've no connection with Opie.
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  33. Looking forward to getting out to one!
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  34. Depending on your age and NCD ; directline was the one for me at only £195 for fully comp, being an import with all mods, ICE and alloys declared. I am 46 with 8 years NCD though.
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  35. Hope everyone had a good Christmas 🎄 Happy New Year to all! 🎆
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  36. Thanks Don, Really appreciate it... all the best! N
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  37. Hi Tony . thanks for the reply and the info on the cars mate, Ive been saving for one for a long time so if one comes up for sale from a owners on one of the forums i know its going to be looked after and if it is sold to a member then neather of us will get ripped off by the car dealers or the auction houses . Cheers Lewis.
    1 point
  38. Prototype.... cyber Geoff .... 😂
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  39. a big thanks to Ian at Godspeed brakes tony
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  40. My baby’s back from the paint shop! Bonnet, roof, side and front skirts resprayed! Plus lots of other bits!
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  41. Yes the Scotsmen has won again....
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  42. Sounds like a challenge to me …… Tony
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  43. Yeah whatever, hahaha, she snuggling in the garage 🤪🤪
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  44. Little beads of rain adds to the shine 👍
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  45. Hahaha will do when it stops bloody raining! She tucked up in garage atmo under her duvet lol
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