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      ClubSUB 2018 Calendar is now avilable!   24/09/17

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      The 2018 ClubSUB Calendar, Powered by Possum Borne Motorsport is now available.

      12 Hand picked full colour photos, taken by menbers, submitted by members and chosen by members.
      All vehicles in the calendar are owned by members of the NZ Subaru Enthusiasts community.

      A massive thanks to the team at PBMS for coming on board for another year!

      This is a very sought after calendar and only available for a limited time.
      Also, if you are a subscribed member of ClubSUB, you will be in for a descent discount, so make sure you're logged in.

      Please note, as these are printed to order, shipping will be delayed. we will make 3 orders, October 30th, November 27th, and December 11th. If you dont order intime to make one of these shipping dates, we will get it out to you in the new year.


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  1. Rotates between Botany, Westgate and Albany. Next meet in December:
  2. Carbon fibre rear bumper/splitter?
  3. Just need some decent rubber on them
  4. Glad I could help point you in the right direction with the wheel choice and tyre size Looks good!
  5. Premium product = premium price. The only downside.
  6. @TNHSTI it's quite common to tune first. You can gain a lot of fuel efficiency and performance over the generic stock tune without any mods. @west_minist charges very reasonable rates for a remote tune. Not sure how the re-tune once modified would work in terms of cost. Would be interesting to know.
  7. Heaps of options mate. Rally Armour is a popular one: http://www.rallyarmor.com/index.php/rally-mud-flaps-c-60 Plenty of other companies too Google and Legacy GT Forums are you friends
  8. Depends on what your after. So many different materials and companies that make them. Could DIY a pair from Supercheap or something? Be a bit different and fully custom? The OEM ones are quite nice too: https://subaruonlineparts.com/subaru-legacy-splash-guards-p-1821.html Or ebay specials: https://www.ebay.com/itm/4x-Front-Rear-Splash-Guard-Mud-Flaps-for-Subaru-Legacy-2010-2011-2012-2013-Sedan-/182449520214?fits=Make%3ASubaru|Model%3ALegacy Maybe, still undecided. Won't be any major changes til next year anyway.
  9. Fitted mudflaps to protect the paint from the wider tyres
  10. That's actually not a stupid method
  11. @west_ministhave you tuned many stock EZ36 Legacy? I have a 2011 3.6R Legacy that is completely stock performance wise. Wondering whether I should tune first or look at headers/exhaust/intake etc. Would love to know your thoughts. Thanks in advance
  12. Polished with Dual Action polisher Prepped with Q2M Prep Two coats of Gyeon Q2 MOHS, 1hour between each coat Cured under heat lamps Then Q2M Cure to finish
  13. Yup. My thoughts too
  14. You don't want to increase rolling diameter too much, otherwise your spare tyre is useless I only remember this after getting new tyres. +/- 3-4% difference should be okay tho.
  15. Pulled the bumper off, removed headlights, swapped HID ballast into new headlights (much swearing), installed new headlights, installed EZ Lip, reattached bumper. Safe to say it was a rather busy afternoon.