Dairusire

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  • Drives :
    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.
    2018: '01 Legacy GT Rev.D 'E-Tune'
  1. Yep! Hahaha honestly, there's that thought going through my head which says I've got a Rev D, I have the right sump, and I've got sti headers and a. Vf36 just sitting there. How long will the standy twin turbos last [emoji14] Sent from my TA-1012 using Tapatalk
  2. So... One of the big downsides about this car I bought is there are things that are a bit rough.... The Previous owner 'broke off a key' in the ignition barrel...and he naturally broke the ignition barrel so he could drive it *rolls eyes* So, I forgot to take photos of when I started and when I finished, but we all know what they look like already, so no real loss there. Oh.... Would you look at that.... Spot the thing that's missing... This is what happens when you don't pay attention when trying to remove trims, and no it wasn't me. Ignition barrel decision much. *insert craigslist ad* Mint. Hardly even used and like new condition. I'm fairly sure this is meant to be straight >.> The bolts holding in the barrel weren't even snapped off! literally 2 minute job to take em off 'mostly' done. all put back together and sorted afterwards, but it now has a key to turn on! So that's a bonus.
  3. That reminds me. @PBMS You lot promised us a Dyno Day from last years MegaMeet. Ahem.
  4. I could indeed be interested in this as well. You'd likely want a roll-on-roll-off dyno to save time between car changes, but provided the right kit, you can do it fairly quickly even with a hub dyno.
  5. I'm very interested to see what this would change for a car thats knock limited on say 98 but don't want to go to something like e85. @SAS @gotasuby Have you boys had any runs with this stuff in it yet?
  6. Yep I do. Sent from my TA-1012 using Tapatalk
  7. Cardwells have a cheap racesuit. I like mine. Sent from my TA-1012 using Tapatalk
  8. Well, here's a shot of the outside and the interior. Very tidy to be honest. Boot and rear bumper need replacing as someone ruined that but for 3.8k I won't complain. Also on tein springs and bilstein shocks and three inch exhaust which is surprisingly nice and not too loud. I don't have any plans for it. It is getting a tune from@pappu next week for economy and for it to be healthy, however, it's my daily to replace my aging and shitty Nissan pulsar. Sent from my TA-1012 using Tapatalk
  9. I bought a Rev. D BH5 Legacy She's noice Sent from my TA-1012 using Tapatalk
  10. No can do bruh. Mrs is flying up to akl and got a bunch on and starting. New job Sent from my TA-1012 using Tapatalk
  11. This is the exact reason why I've left my factory heat shielding on my twinscroll STi headers. It does more than well enough and if it has to come off to fix the flexi's in the headers I will try take em off in a way that I can weld them back on. Another thing to mention is also ceramic coating. Heard good things about it. @Username says he's used it on his stuff (turbo, manifold and up-pipe) and swore by it last time I saw him.
  12. Went to go put the motor in the hole. Mantic clutch Box says 6 speed clutch. Awesome. Open the box, looks great! Awesome! Put to the flywheel. Bit smaller than I expected. Less awesome. Counted the bolts and compared to the old 6 speed clutch I have.... it's a 5 speed.... Not f*cking awesome. Sent from my TA-1012 using Tapatalk
  13. Got some more work in on the motor, Nothing significant but got the new Twinscroll sump on motor so now to just put on the new engine mounts and exhaust manifold, then onto the engine crane, bolt on the flywheel and clutch and in the hole!
  14. Weather has been great. So, as such, I can do some parts cleaning and in general tidying. The flywheel was the primary thing stopping me from getting the motor in the hole. Rusty as hell. So, down to bunnings wire wheel bought. Cleaned the thing and am happy with how it turned out. Also turns out that -8 pfte braided fuel lines are waaaaay easier to do than -6. Got what I can do without needing the motor in the car to get the right measurements. And for my last party trick. I got my hands on a brand new in package v10 sti twinscroll sump. Delicious. Something about getting new parts innit. Sent from my TA-1012 using Tapatalk
  15. Get a load of this. You know a courier company is sh!t when a parcel that was sent Monday from Dubai arrives before an 'overnight' parcel sent (last) Friday in Christchurch.... Thanks Fastway... Also, no it hasn't arrived yet. Relation is that it's car parts I need to get my RA running this weekend. Sent from my TA-1012 using Tapatalk