RaKid

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  1. This looks bad-ass. I'm very limited with the logs on my G4 - do you know if I can purchase or make something like this to have infinite log storage? Photos!
  2. Awesome bro that's really good to hear and glad I could help Sent from my SM-G925I using Tapatalk
  3. Ok so then you should be find to remove the tee and patch it directly to the vacuum source then I figure. Sent from my SM-G925I using Tapatalk
  4. Damn that is loud. Glad it's fixed though.
  5. You can get bolt on OEM remanufactured stuff on TradeMe too depending on what cc you want.
  6. Brown sensor by boost control solenoid (BCS) is connected to the MAP sensor so I've always called this the pre-MAP sensor but not sure on its actual name. Either way, it needs a vacuum source so it needs to be plumbed to the manifold (port doesn't matter). I've had a look at your photo and if you compare it to my last photo you can see the tee to the right of the 6. It's plumbed into the manifold too.
  7. At an even higher level, like most things in life, mismanaged expectations and poor communication are the fundamentals to satisfaction in general. In my own experiences, I always clarify the price, or expected price range for a piece of work whether its planned or unplanned, for anything and everything. For a more relatable example, when my car was with Tony for the fuel system fitting and tune, my P/S pump started to leak. As expected, Tony called me, quoted me a price range to pull and diagnose the pump. Didn't promise me anything about the resolution or price of it but in the end diagnosis was a bad o-ring, so to replace it was a couple bucks more as the pump was already apart. Whilst the additional cost was unplanned, the management of the problem through to resolution met my expectations for a professional and experienced outfit. Furthermore, this was all detailed to a high degree on my invoice and reflected the phone and email conversations we'd had. In other examples, when outfits don't meet my expectations, I simply don't use them again. I vote with my wallet and that way I find outfits that do align with and agree to my expectations.
  8. Nice to catch up with a few familiar faces again!
  9. You lads will have to take me out and about. I'm still a Marlborough noob ha Sent from my SM-G925I using Tapatalk
  10. Will do will do Sent from my SM-G925I using Tapatalk
  11. I'd be keen for a meet up though if we did manage to get a few members together. I'd come if it lined up with my various trips to Blenheim each year
  12. Here's your photo with numbered hoses and I've numbered them on two Google photos that you can reference
  13. Couple of photos here for your boost control solenoid bro Does this help?
  14. Hi all, few quick questions: Where is the factory radio antenna located and what type is it? Do most gen2 impreza parts bolt up for drive train and suspension? E.g. can I purchase and fit v7 sti shocks? Would gen1 impreza rear 2 pots bolt up or will I need adaptors? I think diff is r160 so adaptors? Tia
  15. Anyone else coming to this?
  16. Found my die set and measured up what I could It's a 3mm banjo bolt with a 19mm shank in M10 but the pitch is likely to be 1mm. I only have 1.5 and 1.25 and they both didn't work. Pitch is super fine.
  17. Bloody hell - is the exhaust even on?
  18. Haha good on you - so they were a local purchase on TradeMe?
  19. So tasty - wow. Nice job. Love your seats too. Wish I had a pair of those
  20. @Dairusire awesome bro and congrats on starting it last night - great job
  21. Correct - Or if I have time and can find my die set I'll measure mine up tonight for you
  22. Any decent bolt shop will have them - do you know the spec you need? Pitch, thread, length, hole size etc
  23. Nice - how do you find it? I was put onto Endless RF-650 by a friend and found a local supplier in www.prosportauto.co.nz - there is also another option called S-Four but they both seem really good.
  24. This thread can be archived I guess - thank you for all the responses. I think the idea is to purchase brake hoses that match your chassis. I purchased Goodridge ones and they came with 4 brake lines, 2 pairs of different lengths that were unlabelled, and 8 new copper crush washers. Pretty sure I got them the right way around but pays to double check.
  25. Hi team, I'm wanting to upgrade my brake hoses when I upgrade from a GC 4-pot to a Brembo 4-pot - does anyone know what kit I need (GD or GC) when I upgrade? TIA