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About l2eeFer13

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    1999 Subary Legacy B4
    2013 HSV Maloo E3
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  1. Cheers for link. Wish i had it a week ago
  2. Im pretty sure im right in my description yeah? I know the diagram i drew up is wrong after watching 20 od Ej20 videos on youtube. Right head to left head folling pipe on TMIC and Ts off to turbo inlet midway. People usually install a catch can in between inlet and TMIC pipe
  3. So ive been building this EJ207 for a couple of years now. It keeps me busy when i visit family here as i no longer live here. Its a very slow process as i get so far and i am always missing something then its home time and back into it 6 months later... ANYWAY.. Long story short. I pulled a EJ208 from my 99 Legacy. Was going to single turbo it. Ended up buying a EJ207 pulled from a V7 STi. Had a few things missing. Is this diagram correct? or the below descripton? Ive seen a few diagrams from 2.5L's and other models that show the right ha
  4. So this happened on the day before i flew out. Ordered a fuel pump and flew back to NZ yesterday. Installed it today and PROBLEM SOLVED. Started like a dream
  5. Ok so my best bet is a fuel pump but would be curious to see if other people have had this problem or know of it. The car is a 1996 WRX STi with a 89 closed deck block in it. I took my bike out today and drove down a gravel road for 10 odd mins. Finished ride and started car up fine. I drove for 15 mins and could feel the car loosing power. Put foot down and would struggle to gain speed. Pulled over and checked fuel lines/hoses etc. started car back up. Drove for another 2 mins with same issue. Pulled over again for a better look then car wouldn't run. It would turn o
  6. I read this on a post over at subyclub, something to consider EDIT, we have been advised that it is not recommended to push the pedal all the way to the floor as it MAY cause damage to the cups inside the bore. Only push the pedal as far it would normally go when braking.
  7. Can someone please confirm bleeding order on a 96 V3 WRX STi, I was under the impression it changes between models p.s google is no help cause audm and usdm etc
  8. Probably just a lot of time and attention
  9. l2eeFer13


    You had it dynoed? Killer turbo man
  10. l2eeFer13


    Show us what the hype is about
  11. So you have already have the car booked in? As D1 said. You should give it ago yourself. All you need is a jack and 2 stands. $150 and their yours or you can borrow some from a helpful memeber. Remove the wheels and adjust even amount of turns to the other side (if the car is already sitting at level) then go and get a wheel alignment
  12. l2eeFer13


    Welcome. Im in Aus but from Geraldine. Have a car in peaces their and a REX that you will most likely see around Timaru at some point. I used to get all my work done at Showgrounds. Shanes a good bloke. Bit pricey though on some things. Got any pictures?
  13. Glad you got it organised and even at a cheap price. Cant complain with that at all
  14. The silver box only makes everything bright. When i done my swap i tried it without the box and everything was very dull so i doubt that it will control the fuel gauge reading itself. Can pick up a new cluster for $50 from the right wrecker and will be a straight swap. Maybe even ask to test first but then your odo will be off
  15. Yeah i done it myself. I had both pin out diagrams. Unpinned everything from old plugs and then re pinned them into new plugs following new diagram. Their was a guy over at subyclub making harnesses that would come in handy for some people
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