Dairusire

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Dairusire last won the day on February 8

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About Dairusire

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  • Drives :
    2012: '96 250T Sedan (stacked), 96' 250T Wagon (sold)
    2013: '00 B4 RSK Rev.C (sold 2014 June)
    2014: '99 STi Type RA V5.10 (Twinscroll setup with complete v10 GDB driveline), Still own.
  1. Oh heck yes! Obviously there's one on the GC8 side, but I had absolutely no idea it was even there... Buried behind the right hand side strut tower.
  2. So I picked up some motivation to actually fix my RA once again and get it rolling. Turns out the battery is completely flat too. but it's still under warranty so @Zenki is going to have it replaced tomorrow SO, as the clutch master decided to pack a sad... I pulled out the entire old clutch setup and replaced it with a newer GDB setup for Version 10 STi. In the photo they're both in the same place you'd mount them however the way the lines run is completely different! Much easier to bleed a GDB clutch than GC8 that's for sure! Up top is the new V10 STi one and bottom is Version 5 STi.
  3. I'll have to park next to you and them with my RA when I fix the clutch
  4. Mega Meat you say? Is this some super sized cow or chicken?
  5. I mean absolutely no disrespect here, but surely you're running a much higher risk of popping the bead off a rim with so much stretch and such a large wheel?
  6. I moved all the comments over into the insurance for modified cars thread Happy reading ladies and gents.
  7. Just an FYI guys, we're sticking to the whole "need a dyno sheet" in order for it to go on the board.
  8. I have done both
  9. #1 Gotasuby - 349.9wkw Model: 2002 V7 STI GDB Displacement: 2l Mods: S300 Turbo, ID1000@58psi base. ported heads, cams, fmic, 3" exhaust, DW300 FP, G4+, Twin scroll Fuel: Avgas/E18 Tuner: Me/SAS #2 Boon – 268wkw Model: V7 STI Displacement: 2L Mods: Holset WH1C twisted, Link G4, 1600cc Injectors, Process West TMIC, Llama Engineering custom all sorts of stuff Fuel: BP 98 Octane Tuner/dyno: Chris Wall, STM Dynapack #3 Batbaruman - 241.4wkw Model: WRX STI V7 - GDB Displacement: 2.0L Mods: Decapped STI Pink injectors, 3" TBE, 4" intake with poddy, bigger (unknown brand) top mount, Manifold spacers, oil cooler, larger throttle body, Murch TD05 in twisted turbo setup, bosch 044 pump, Tial wastegate, Tomei fuel reg, unknown BOV, Link ECU Fuel: BP98 Tuner/dyno: PBMS/ Rollling road (Dyno Torque is the dyno brand?) #4 A_J_T - 213.6wkw Model: 2001 BE5D Legacy B4 Mods: ST Conversion, VF34P20, 3" TB Exhaust, FMIC Fuel: BP 98 Tuner/dyno: Dtech/Dave, Dynapack #5 Johnnynz - 201.6wkw Model: 1998 WRX Displacement: 2l Mods: VF22, V8 STI TMIC, TBE, Link G4 Fuel: BP 98 Tuner/dyno: Keith Stewart, Dyno pro #6 Runrabbit - 197wkw Model: V4 GC8 Displacement: 2l Mods: Link G4, Process West TMIC, 3" TB Exhaust. Walbro, VF22 Fuel: BP 98 Tuner/Dyno: Mark/Dtech, Dynapack #7 Kiwiflyboy - 193.3wkw Model: SF5 Forester ST/b Displacement: 2L Mods: Link G4, VF30, 550cc Injectors, 3 inch from after downpipe Fuel: 98 Tuner/dyno: NZEFI #8-tied Dairusire - 192.2wkw Model: 1999 WRX STi Type RA Version 5 Displacement: 2.0L Mods: VF36 Twin scroll conversion,17PSI boost, rage downpipe and ZeroSports exhaust, Link G4+ Storm, DW300 Fuel pump, Bosch Motorsports 1000cc injectors, aeromotive FPR Fuel: 98 Ron Tuner/dyno: Dave @ D-Tech, hub Dyno #8-tied Andy_Mac - 192.2wkw Model: 2006 GT Spec B Displacement: 2l Mods: VF45, FMIC, Decatted DP, Aftermarket Catback Fuel: BP 98 Tuner/Dyno: Dtech #9 Timmah - 171.3wkw Model: 2002 Wrx Wagon GGA Displacement: 2l Mods: TD05 Turbo, Decatted factory DP, Silicon intake, V7 STI Intercooler, DW200 Fuel: BP 98 Tuner/Dyno: SAS #10
  10. For comparison with the changes. Model: 1999 WRX STi Type RA Version 5 Displacement: 2.0L Mods: VF36 Twin scroll conversion,17PSI boost, rage downpipe and ZeroSports exhaust, Link G4+ Storm, DW300 Fuel pump, Bosch Motorsports 1000cc injectors, aeromotive FPR Fuel: 98 Ron Tuner/dyno: Dave @ D-Tech, hub Dyno 192kw using crap version 5 STi intercooler on a hot as hell day with no water sprayer or ducting to intercooler.
  11. That's an incorrect translation and not why they break actually. Basically the warning is to not OPEN them above 100kp/h, not use. They're more than happy to stay open above 100kph, it's just when muppets like my friend who decided it'd be a great idea to open the roof vent at 110, open it and the wind gets under it all of a sudden creating lots of shock load, which breaks the plastic or in some cases rips the entire thing off. Moral of the story, just don't open it over 100kp/h and if you do, just be very careful and hold onto it so it doesn't open with a shock.
  12. Oh god, there must be something wrong with me. the inner bogan in me actually quite likes it Wouldn't own it personally because I'd have done something different but I like it hahaha
  13. @Subirex Automotive Is fantastic aye btw, I would honestly use IMGUR. It's much easier, don't have to post public, and so so damn easy to use.
  14. God dammit! You're stealing all the upvotes sir! Making it harder to catch up by the day
  15. part of me actually likes it haha