JGM

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JGM last won the day on December 26 2017

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  • Drives :
    NZDM 08 5MT BP9 OB
    JDM 91 5MT BF5 GT
    JDM 03 5MT BP5 2.0R
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  1. Sorry dude, that's as far as my knowledge level goes - never had one of these factory auxiliaries, always had a Parrot bluetooth system...
  2. Yes, pull off trim in front of gear stick, followed by side panels. This will reveal 3? screws either side of the unit which when out will allow the whole unit to be removed. As per the video @Sphinx posted... I wouldn't bother replacing, his Kenwood unit has the auxiliary button and therefore should have the auxiliary input in the back. Confirm the input is there and then buy the auxiliary input adapter that I posted from Trade Me, just like that Bob's your Uncle. Confirm the auxiliary input is there while you have the unit out and before buying the adapter...
  3. Welcome, What model are we talking here? Legacy BP? You can buy an adapter which plugs into the back of the unit which enables the auxiliary ability. Similar to, if not exactly the one in the link below... https://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/car-parts-accessories/subaru/accessories/listing-1745448051.htm?rsqid=623fb94debb042118776059ee3651666 Good luck!
  4. Perhaps instead of a 20/21mm solid bar, whatever the brand/company is decided a massive diameter (27mm) hollow bar would be the go...? Just a thought... @iludez can you post a photo please? I'd like to see how out of proportion it looks mounted to the car.
  5. To high to high Lil self thread plug here have my D2s for sale, both @ADIKT and I have run them in our Outbacks. I think they're good quality, similar to that of BC Racing I'd imagine... @blackseb you could buy all my suspension components if you wanted (minus the bracing and camber arms)! If you want that low life you'll need camber arms and smaller bumpstops. Read back through this read and @A_J_T's build thread, everything you need to know is in these two threads. Seeing someone else just starting out is making me feel like a grandad of this lowered Outback stuff
  6. After two years, I want my money out
  7. 225/40 would be it I reckon, although good for comfort my 225/45s were to tall on my 18x8.5s
  8. Hey @Inked, (This comment is meant in the nicest way possible, the current punctuation is driving me up the wall #grammernazi ). There isn't any need to have the apostrophes in 'Boxers' or 'Beverages' within the title of this thread...
  9. I've got a tonne of parts yet to go into the BF actually, needs a proper service too... Not looking to replace the Outback at this stage but if something were to surface which I couldn't refuse well then we'll see won't we. Bit of a sucker for the E61 Touring though @sobanoodle Haha yeah, still work in the vicinity! Can't say I've seen you cause I'm not sure what I'm looking for these days! Hmmm something over 5 metres...
  10. Sure is! Bittersweet.
  11. Same...
  12. If you're dead set on those wheels, disregarding cost obviously, buy them and have them powder coated in the Work bronze... personally I think they'd look excellent on your STi Foz , black or bronze either way they'd complement the car well.
  13. You still looking? You might have to settle for matte black... https://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/car-parts-accessories/wheels-tyres/alloy-wheels/listing-1695209613.htm?rsqid=c626a784eb984aeb966c48fdcad5b462
  14. Goodluck... I've been looking for one for nearing on 3 years, only one I've ever seen was in Christchurch Fancy some STi Genome axlebacks? Fit the OB rear bumper really well, in excellent condition. They won't however, be leaving my possession cheaply though... No such thing exists, 'or anything that will suit' will be your best bet!