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slystiguy

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slystiguy last won the day on October 22 2020

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    As a volunteer Sheriff’s Deputy I’ve been doing surveillance for years. One time I suspected an ex-girlfriend of mine of cheating on me, so I tailed her for six nights straight. Turns out… she was. With a couple of guys actually, so… mystery solved.
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  1. Honda makes a throttle body converter thing, basically connect up your cable throttle to this honda part which is like an isolated box which outputs throttle input to ecu, then the ecu controls the DBW throttle (e.g when putting a ez30 engine into a cable throttle vehicle). It saves you converting the car but does require spare ecu inputs etc . Also seen people weld in the DBW pedal assembly into the car but takes a bit of time getting it setup correctly.
  2. Rumor has it Subaru NZ buy prices are worse than partsouq. Makes you wonder how/why it's like that and how many middle men are clicking the ticket along the way to see a 200-400% difference in pricing. They do some competitive pricing on cam belts though!
  3. Could be a number of things. Is the car jerking and back firing at all? Is it a hesitation or a miss? Does the idle run rough sometimes, or dip up and down? What does the boost gauge say? Is it still building boost up top? The not wanting to start when hot thing, it's common for that to be the ecu temp sensor which is on the under manifold cross over pipe. Cheap to replace, kinda a pain to access on some models. If that sensor was faulty it could be reading a false high temp and trying to save the engine? I don't really know how well these old ecu's worked so may not be that intuitive. IME on
  4. That coupe is a gc4 so yes it is a Retna car. Sadly it's been completely wrecked by who ever did that to it. Sad day for Retna fans and s201 fans alike. Why would you bother converting a coupe to that spec when it effectively makes it completely worthless. As ugly as the s201 is, I'd still respect someone who took a crashed one and swapped it to another 4 door as a replica or just to keep it from going off the road. The doors /body has had the lines removed too so cannot really be made into a type R without considerable body work. It's a pretty big derp from who ever owns it/built
  5. https://www.trademe.co.nz/a/motors/cars/subaru/listing/2812433626?tm=email&et=45&mt=B9322494-2FDD-4FA1-8CD2-7777824C2ED7&bof=dDlnfzvz
  6. If it's a car you're going to keep/enjoy/modify then probably worth selling and getting an sti just for the 6 speed box reliability factor. A stock wrx will still make good gains and drivability when tuned. The good things about those particular cars is you can swap the sti parts and make decent power on them. For example sti injectors, sti turbo, uprated fuel pump, turbo back exhaust system, sti intercooler you should hit that 300hp mark or close to it! There are a couple different models of wrx, some come with bigport heads and some with small port heads. That being said @Timm
  7. as long as the ratio is the same you will be fine
  8. Just get them made at like any brake shop. Or message Braketech and he can make some up for you/sell you the correct kit https://www.facebook.com/Braketech/
  9. As a temp fix, run a piece of silicone hose from the turbo nipple to the wastegate. This will stop the over boost. Subaru's don't like over boosting so I wouldn't be driving it hard if it's boosting too high. I think we will need a photo of your setup to provide more information. A 3 port solenoid is probably more capable than a factory boost setup, but it requires aftermarket support or retunes. It's not necessarily a bad thing to have. .. Here's some info on factory plumbing for you
  10. Rather than replace the injector get it flow tested with the other 3 that will tell you if it's working properly or not. Is the wiring to the coil getting a solid 12v with ign on? Wiggle the plug/wiring on it see if the voltage changes might be as simple as a dicky connection. The coil should have 12v and each time it's fired it is grounded by the ecu. If it doesn't have 12v then you most likely have bad wiring or something. Move coil to different cylinder and see if the problem remains on the cyl 2 or moves with the coil. If it remains it's probably wiring or ecu rela
  11. Yea all bolts up. You can't swap the rocker covers but I think you can run v1-2 coils and they fit? Or with wiring mods it's easy to run later model coils or wasted spark setup. I've done it if you need more info. What spec is your current setup? Exhaust, intercooler, boost control, ecu, fuel pump ?
  12. How many wires are on it? On some gauges they have 2 power wires, 1 runs to power and another runs to a switched headlight source (so they dim when you turn headlights on). I'm assuming you want it to not have power unless the headlights on turned on? You have a few options for power sources ACC power - Same as stereo power, so turns on with the first click on the ignition key turn ON power - This will turn on the same as power windows work, only running when the key is turned all the way, or the car is running Switched via headlight - This will turn on only when the headli
  13. My bet is a rod bearing. Hard to say from that video... Doesn't sound good...
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