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  1. Coffee house, restaurant, art gallery and general hangout – C&M exists as a meeting place for anyone who has a fondness for machines. It doesn’t matter what, either: classic restoration, bike, rat rod or someone riding a jet-powered food blender, we welcome everyone. The only rule is that you come with an open mind, and be prepared to get involved. Discussion here Gallery here
  2. POSTPONED Europe’s biggest Japanese car show is back at Silverstone Circuit for 2020. Experience non-stop high-speed performance Japanese track action including spectacular drifting displays, a huge retail village and over 4,000 of Europe’s best Japanese cars on display from the UK’s thriving club scene. Firmly established as Europe’s biggest Japanese car show, Japfest is the premier event for the serious enthusiast with all day edge-of-the-seat track action; this show never ceases to amaze. Discussion thread and ticket info here
  3. As it's a N/A you may need to clean the idle air control valve. Vid below is for a N/A legacy but exactly the same https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzNiEajOrSA
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    Rallyday - 20th June

    Members discussion and Club ticket purchase info Here.. Jimmy McRae will drive the Subaru Impreza 555 used by his son Colin in 1996 as part of Prodrive’s extended display at Rallyday in June. The car is one of the most historic Subarus around – N1 WRC – is the car McRae used for his final victory in an Impreza 555 on the Catalunya Rally in 1996. From 1997, Subaru and the World Rally Championship switched its attentions to the World Rally Cars. Five-time British Rally Champion Jimmy is a Rallyday regular, but this summer’s event will be even more special with a celebration of the 25th anniversary of Colin’s 1995 World Rally Championship planned. British firm Prodrive has prepared some of the world’s finest rally cars, winning multiple world championships along the way. For the first time, the Banbury-based firm partners Rallyday with an extraordinary display of machinery from throughout its history in the sport. Prodrive chairman David Richards said: “It is great to see how Rallyday has remained true to its roots and, over the last two decades, grown to become the biggest annual celebration of rallying in this country. “We’re bringing some of our most iconic rally cars from the last 35 years and I am sure they will be in very good company.” The cars coming to Castle Combe on June 20 are: - 1984 Porsche 911 SC RS – Saeed Al-Hajri’s Middle East Rally Championship car - 1986 MG Metro 6R4 – driven by Jimmy McRae in the 1986 British Open Championship - 1996 Subaru Impreza 555 – driven by Colin McRae in 1996 - 2000 Subaru Impreza WRC99 – driven to victory on the Safari Rally by Richard Burns - 2011 Mini John Cooper Works – driven by Dani Sordo on the 2011 Rally GB - The identity of the sixth car is being kept under wraps by Prodrive – but the promise is of something very special for Rallyday fans from around the world.
  5. With everything JDM on show why not join us at Castle Combe and have your Subaru on our Club Stand. Featuring: Track sessions Club stands Drift displays Show and Shine Trade village Passenger rides Much more! Join the family friendly group that's been one of the leading Subaru Clubs for over 20 years. Members discussion and Club ticket purchase info Here..
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    Click here to access the discussion thread 45 places are allocated for this session. Tickets are available in the club shop - https://forums.sidc.co.uk/store/category/1-sidc-club-events-track-days/ SIDC returns to Knockhill on 13th of June 2020 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
  7. If the other key still works then http://www.scoobypedia.co.uk/index.php/Knowledge/ReprogramAlarmRemoteControls If you don't know the PIN for the keyboard would be worthwhile changing it. Instruction manual download http://www.scoobypedia.co.uk/uploads/Knowledge/sigma_m30_manual.pdf
  8. 2009 Impreza Hatch, 1.5L with Sports Shift in Spark Silver (C3S). Build month 06/2009; Engine EJ154: Model Code GH2B53S; Front wheel drive?; Revision "B" Nearest equivalent for Europe/UK is LHD only. (no RHD equivalent for FWD and auto)
  9. Was this his first or second incarnation of the WRXSTI ? He's currently reverting the engine bay plumbing back to standard on his current car, as he's keeping it (as of yesterday)
  10. https://www.keithmichaels.co.uk/contact-us/ Contact Gary Moulson (and nobody else) from list on above web page. Can be difficult to get hold of at times but depending upon your age can usually give you the best quote.
  11. Yep the fuel filter is situated inside the fuel tank alongside the fuel pump (moved in 2001 from engine bay to fuel tank) Access via removing the backseat base. A complete workshop manual is available for down load here Legacy/Outback workshop manual 2002 pdf
  12. Have you checked the fuses? - as both systems have a common fuse - fuse board (drivers right knee) no18
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