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  2. Still on the lookout if anything is about please
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  4. Right so as suggested, was filling up tonight after work. Always fill it to the brim, and I mean literally to the brim, like fuel up through the filler neck so it's nearly sloshing out when I put the cap back on. So I normally add a few more quid once it clicks off. Anyway, did the same as always and put the pump back and the heard what sounded like a leak, so I got under the car to have a look...this is what I found. A massive puddle of fuel. Now, it could be because I overfilled it, however I've done this multiple times before and never had this problem? Maybe the filler neck has rotted out as it seems to be drained from there when I went back and looked? I am not interested in dropping the tank if I can avoid it as it looks a massive pain in the ****, plus I've got a full tank of fuel in there at the moment too. It appears to be coming from near the top for sure. Only other thing I could think of is the seal around where you access the pump at has gone/isn't right from when I changed to her Walbro pump, although I would of thought that would of shown up earlier as it's been in for a few month now. Pics below. I've got video with some more close ups if anyone is interested in seeing that lemme know and I'll pop a text through?
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    Could try, based in Norfolk but had bits that would go on my legacy. If they have one they should be able to post on eBay for you to buy on there then post. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  7. I've got an earthing kit on my 2001 legacy, just a bunch of wires that connect to the battery and random parts of the car. Read some owners had problems with earthing / wires improved the responsiveness.. got it anyway, didn't really notice anything different as the car was alright before that. Some old guy once told me the old cars were + earthed but changed to - earth to help the body deter rust.. don't know if that's true or not but it was another good reason to check everything is earthed properly :) Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    hey, after some information on anywere in the uk that sells 2005 forester bumpers black. mines full of scratches big ones that a small lick of paint will not fix
  9. 'If it fits...' :| I guess they quickly took off the duct tape holding it together before selling! All running well now? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  10. There is a website based on how many were either taxed or sorn in the U.K. to give an idea, but not knowing much about models I tried it and there's different R models on there. It goes by what's on the logbook. Here's a screenshot from looking at my friends sport special model. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  11. Wow you really worn off the chrome on the go pedal :P Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  12. Yeah you have to take the clutch off ,remove the thrust race, align the clutch and torque the pressure plate back down . I bought a cheap "lazer" alignment tool ftom halfrauds
  13. Well checked pretty much everything on the dash side ,ecu harness ground check tomorrow [emoji23]
  14. Yeah i hate sparky stuff ,much more at home with a spanner . Still not found the fault yet , but i did by pass a fuse .thats not getting power . it fires up and the ecu avcr and afr gauge work fine just no dash lights (eml ,handbrake ,ect) so at least i know its something expensive fried . On a plus side im learning a lot about the loom and the scoobs getting lighter by the day [emoji23]
  15. type-ra may have the info but no idea if theres anyway to actualy tell
  16. Hope you get to the bottom of it mate I can't stand electrical problems Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  17. I don't think any tuners use them over here tbh , but I'm sure someone would be able to work with it for you. But I wouldn't use it for the generic maps that are pre loaded on it . I'm not a fan you need a proper custom map for your car Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  18. Cheers mate thank you for the speedy reply Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  19. You may make a few extra hp, but wouldn't really make much difference. but if you want to get it mapped you would need a hi flow filter of some sort. On my original set up I ran 390hp with a cosworth filter in the standard air box
  20. Is there any advantages to running one? Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  21. No it will be fine
  22. With a cosworth panel filter will I have any running issues as I have not ha D a remap? Wasn't sure how sensitive these engines are Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  23. Hate those sort of jobs, it will be something stupid like a number plate bulb [emoji23] Sent from my HTC One M9 using Tapatalk
  24. Yeah I think so!! It looks as though I need to remove the clutch cover. Is that right? if so I will have to make up an alignment tool.
  25. Thanks. Does anyone on here have access to the amount of certain cars there are left? I'm not great with computers and keep finding different numbers about mine
  26. I need for a 2007 3litre Outback, a drivers side rear door outer rubber window seal. One of the tags that is screwed to the door has fractured and allows the front end to lift up. It is nearly £90 for this small item new, and breakers only seem to have ones that also have the tags Brocken off. Is there a supplier that might have a new one at a more reasonable price. Thanks guys, regards Dow.
  27. The garage mech has said it is the induction in,etc turbo pipe that someone has just pushed INSIDE the turbo causing air intake from outside!
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