thewabbit1

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250 ok this is getting a bit out of hand

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    BH5 E-Tune II
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  1. Yea, somethings defs not right there....
  2. Gave my wheels a massive off the car clean, outside and inside. Before/after photo below doesn't quite do it justice
  3. Murphys law, you have it, you'll never need it. The one time you remove it from the car, you'll need it. I actually have two in my car, one in the same position (double metal straps for track days) and another (which only has a single metal strap) in the boot
  4. Got next Monday and Tuesday off (yay 5 day weekend) and want to give my wheels a really good off the car clean. I've after recommendations for products and/or methods to remove baked on brake dust (inside of wheels), tar and general road crap
  5. I hooked mine up to the reverse lights, works fine. If you have a look at the last few pictures of my install you can see that i was able to pass the cable through a grommet in the boot door. Not sure how applicable it will be to your car, but worth checking out.
  6. I quite like the idea of that.... Have written it up a bit more in my garage thread
  7. Retrofitted auto opening/closing door mirrors
  8. Pretty sure the Rev D started in Mid 2000. A few people believe that any legacy built in 2000 is a Rev D. Early ones will be Rev C, later ones are Rev D. The production of 3rd Gen legacys (like ours) continued through to end of 2002 but continued to be sold into 2003 when the 4th gen (BL/BP) started. Its just one of those weird things with cars. My full production code for my car is a 2001 BH5 Legacy GTB ETune II. As its registered, its a 2001 Legacy. I've seen other cars (same spec as mine) registered as Legacy Turbo, Legacy GTB and Legacy ETune II
  9. 99.99% sure it'll be a Rev D. Two ways to tell, first is looking at your VIN tag (most reliable). See beside Applied Model it says BH5D. A Rev A will be BH5A Another way is the headlights. A Rev D has headlights like this Where as a Rev A-C has headlights like this
  10. Trade me is your answer - https://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/car-parts-accessories/performance/other/listing-1911873538.htm?rsqid=09d600e7e00f4cbf9d1433e201e7a314 Collating info from a few other threads, thanks to @Marky @Rosssub and @A_J_T Rev A-C you need: 1 x 45mm to 38mm 45' reducer elbow 1 x 45mm to 38mm 90' reducer elbow Rev D you need: 1 x 45mm" to 54mm 45' reducer elbow 1 x 45mm to 38mm 90' reducer elbow
  11. These are tuned for 100+ octane so as @TNHSTI said, 98 will still give small amounts of knock, but is remarkably better than 95. Don't even touch 91 with these
  12. replaced my fuel filter.... Can't believe i was quoted >$200 for this... got the part from partsouq for ~$55, and took less than 30mins to install.
  13. Both turbos are controlled by one wastegate. See the photo below how there is only one wastegate at the primary turbo to control the exhaust flow. I belive of you put a boost controller on you risk over spooling the primary in single mode as the boost controller forces both turbos to run the same boost. Pretty sure inner diameter is 3.5mm, but should be fine with 4mm for such a short run
  14. once you know the code its pretty easy to narrow it down
  15. could be knock sensor. have you had the codes pulled?