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  1. 7 points
    Bought a copy of Japanese performance magazine. With this and the foreign beggars music video shoot, the old girls had a busy year [emoji41] Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  2. 4 points
    More like yesterday, but attempted to fit my baffle plate. Pretty much got it done. Not as bad of a job as it's made out. Got to the fitting stage and ran out of light, patience and tools. Bottled it and put it in to a garage today. If anyone tells you a sump change can't be done on a drive, they just haven't got the bottle. Won't say it's an easy one but certainly doable.
  3. 4 points
    Ordered a sump baffle, gasket, three bond and oil service kit in prep for the old girl doing a brands hatch open pit day.
  4. 3 points
    My standard 06 fxt had a little tune up... 😀
  5. 2 points
    New to scoobies. 23 years old. No no claims discount. Insurance companies hate me. Hoping to find some good advice from wise subaru lovers to guide me through my first subaru journey. Picked up 03 Forester 2.0T import today, intend to love it more than my own family and build it up every so slowly. Thanks for creating such an interesting helpful forum! See you out there.
  6. 2 points
    Drove to Tesco at lunch, filled up washer bottle, got in car, pressed button and Abracadabra wet windscreen valamoosh [emoji16] Loud pipes save lives
  7. 2 points
    Today I messed around changing motor for washer fluid. Ordered new tank. Washer fluid still wouldn't come out. After much frustration finally realised the problem. I wasn't pressing button on wiper lever.
  8. 2 points
    he did, just managed to deflect blame onto the dog,,,,, hahahaha
  9. 2 points
    Couldn't find em. Had new ones made. £90 for two sets :) Found out in process got no immobilizer.. Thought it came factory fitted..
  10. 2 points
    ^ job jobbed . good to hear ...
  11. 2 points
    Nice little blast out in this tonight [emoji41] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. 2 points
    just installed grimmspeed AOS hope to see the difference Sent from my SM-G610F using Tapatalk
  13. 2 points
    Managed to get it working but when I was doing up the 8mm bolts my spanner slipped hit the white plug and it stopped so hit it again and it started working again so thinking it's a loose wire under the cover going to get it back off again 2moz and check everything but when it stopped working the fan came on so they are connected somehow if anyone has the same kind of problem in future Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. 2 points
    On a high mile legacy of like 160K plus and no record of what exact last timing parts fitted you indeed best doing everything, all idlers, tensioner and water pump, use only japanese sourced parts from same oem as subaru use, for belts we normally use dayco for this type model (and for the forester too) . For the fozzy at under 120K all idlers good idea, tensioner and water pump could be fine BUT need inspecting, both can be checked and is a test procedure for hydraulic preload on the tensioner (carried out to SFSM guidelines) * if parts already none genuine oem then fit new as china bearings and even european are junk compared to japan mainland brands . If do water pumps only buy blueprint, japan aisin or oem genuine subaru . Cheaper pumps bigger risk than old one throwing away as the original pumps are super high quality and last well on standard subaru models. If buying kits/parts yourself then ICP (import car parts) a good bet . likely get some discount buying for 2 cars and stating a SOC member .
  15. 2 points
    Got some goodies. Anyone have experience with these baffles? Taking a bit of a risk, trial and error fixing the boost issue I had at Silverstone. Got brands in 3 weeks so get this in an test it.
  16. 2 points
    They would be monitoring det on RR, hardly pushed tune enough be over concerned on det . Road run always nice to double check AFR and det and decide on more or less advance etc but most don't do it unless push limits to edge or have concerns that need further testing, have easy local good usable safe road or just have fixed working practice of always doing road test as it a legal ballache having any police or accident issues on public roads when testing/tuning a vehicle so if not needed they won't do it . Best way map is rolling road to start with as can create speeds and load points over and over exactly as need until parameters as want in a safe environment, also can see gains as measured figures which far easier than trying feel it in you pants, AFR's are one thing likely differ a little as intake flow and temps alter in real driving . Every mapper got some skeletons, wouldn't say duncan was the worse and shear volume of mapping he done means he long way from not knowing what he doing ....
  17. 2 points
    this is the....before when i will wash the car you will get the after Sent from my SM-G610F using Tapatalk
  18. 1 point
    Haven't seen out 2017 yet but had the dates through for Japshow and Japshow Finale so get them in your diaries now! Japshow - Sun 10th June Japshow Finale - Sun 23rd Sept I'll be booking up the clubs attendance early part of next year to secure another good spot. I will make a new thread at that time so this is just for your information.
  19. 1 point
    There were two I think. The first pic is of the standard type and the second pic is of an alloy upgrade you could have. I like the ones in photo two personally but each to their own.
  20. 1 point
    Hi and welcome. All the reviews point it towards being a bit thirsty for what it is. For a first car I would say it would be a good buy especially if your after a subaru as their cheap to insure. Get a few years no claims under your belt and move up to a 2.0 na. Then on to a turbo! Good luck.
  21. 1 point
    Ah! Gotcha! Thank you :) Not too bothered about immobilizer for now. Will take a look towards summer. For now its got a big f*** off disklok 😂
  22. 1 point
    Took a picture before I take the bumper off to get it re sprayed. I hope the bumper bracket isn’t like the rear one.. Swiss cheese with rust! 😩
  23. 1 point
    haha, dont worry you get used to him, eventualy,,, lol
  24. 1 point
    I'll just stick to the one dog he's enough ate my sons sandwich this morning that is made for his pack up for school the little ****. [emoji23] Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
  25. 1 point
    Aren't we all glad we drive a Subaru today!
  26. 1 point
    Fitted new winter wheels and Dunlop winter tyres yesterday. I really like the look of them on the car. Hard to tell how good the tyres are yet as we've no snow yet. What do you guys think? Norrie.
  27. 1 point
    for future reference...(if you find keys !!)
  28. 1 point
    Which clutch depends on what power you have. The job will be a lot more difficult than smaller cars. Don't get a paddle clutch. Great for launching and racing but horrible for town/traffic/hillstarts.
  29. 1 point
    when say windows, fronts rear or both ! Front motors are troublesome as the motor housing faces down and collects water over time but symptoms of that normally slow and weak window movement.Check glass for alignment to seals as adjustable guide blocks keep frameless glass on course and if these out noise can be due to glass alignment off . Wiping seals down with silicone spray and lubing glass tracks with white lithium spray grease good practise . Motor removal pretty easy if know how do it but if don't can turn into a disaster, I can do some pics and basic pointers on removal if need arises . Don't pamic over sourcing motors as that pretty easy . Mirrors probably crusty mechanism, can try some careful application of contact spray or wd40 mixed with cycling operation and see if improves .
  30. 1 point
    Other thing to do before engine fitted is a new set of heater plugs, see post on here for info on heater plugs .
  31. 1 point
    Wotcha and welcome - I had a fair old drive to collect my scoob as well - worth it though
  32. 1 point
    Don't bother, part of issue is the short block as they flex around main bearings and that helps the early crank versions fail . They done about 3 crank and possibly 4 short block revisions and you best looking into fitting a better revision engine to your fozzy . We actually got one in to do as above, purchased with same old crank failure (they worthless once busted which was nice for me buying but a killer for owners) :-/ and will be sourcing a used ee20 to get it back running in the new year .
  33. 1 point
    welcome from another relative newbie....+ 1st time sub' owner ... looks good ^^^ , good colour too..
  34. 1 point
    Got my cars final map done today at Scooby Clinic after the engine build they done for me and its produced an impressive 350BHP and 390 Torque for its mods, can't believe how much power they managed to get out of it I can't recommend them enough. Top work, very quick replies on any social media, always happy to help, I am very happy to now go and enjoy the car at last! :)
  35. 1 point
    Yeh it a cat1 alarm feature. you can not turn it off but once you realise that use fob button with ignition key turned it no bother at all . pdf manual link below >
  36. 1 point
    [emoji23] I was also told by someone to bless them go for a drive stamp on the pedal so the and kicks in then 're bleed, seems a bit excessive & I never had a problem not doing it that way Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  37. 1 point
    All 4 mate, start furthest away from the master cylinder and work round Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  38. 1 point
    thanks Noise. Trying a new wheel bearing. I've just bought some new KYB rear springs on a Black Friday deal. c £73. Maybe transmission oil too? I'm committed now.
  39. 1 point
    Picking up a set of sti pink injectors tomorrow and hoping santa brings me a new walbro fuel pump. Then I'll be good to go for a remap in May 2018
  40. 1 point
    Sorry but it’s just entered my head. If it’s 280hp, then it’s been remapped, 225ish standard. Find out who done it and ask for proof. A bad map can cause problems too.
  41. 1 point
    Hi Dave, Just to let you know that the Scooby was sold on Ebay for £2200 to a really nice chap who had travelling from the north of England. Thank you for your helpful advice. Jackie
  42. 1 point
  43. 1 point
    Hi Steve Yes, at the moment, that will be the best I think. You can use the code CFS for 15% off the Millers CFS, but that won't take any discount off the filter, so I guess it will work out about the same in total. Cheers Tim
  44. 1 point
    There's a few of us going. Should get some good footage.
  45. 1 point
    Only good news about the colder weather imo is the denser air makes it boosting season [emoji16] which means i have gained a bit more boost pressure for free [emoji41] Supposed to be 1.4 bar at 100% throttle Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  46. 1 point
    Thought I'd throw in a couple of pics I had :-) Any other Outback owners out there with experiences/opinions for/against ? Rgds
  47. 1 point
    Hi welcome to S.O.C forum :) And as for you're problem probably better asking other sections of the forum really as this is used to to introduce yourselves so many times gets over looked. I'm going to pass the book with this as I'm not to sure myself and I'd recommend ringing a chap up at Sheffield Subaru services for his advice I appreciate not local to you bu hes a top bloke and would maybe be able to advice better than me. 0114 243 0099
  48. 1 point
    Pedders are now doing driveshaft kits, I know they are available for the fox so I presume they will be available for other models, if they are made as well as the suspension they should be a good bit of kit Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk
  49. 1 point
    Two vampire bats sitting in a cave Dave says to Brian. "Brian I'm fooking starving fancy nipping out for a bite ? "Na "says Brian" its to dark out there they'll be now one about " "Soz Brian I'm going out cos I'm proppa Marvin " says Dave 3 mins later Dave returns with claret all over his face ,staggering about like he's !Removed! . "Fook me Dave you look like you've had a couple of pints to many , where the hell did you find that at this time of night ?" Dave staggers over to the opening of the cave and points outside .... " you know the big rock over there ? "Yeah i know the rock ffs Dave,we fly past it every day " Dave says "Well you see that big tree next to it ?." " Yeah,cause I can" says Brian "Well I fooking didn't "
  50. 1 point
    😂😂 the first one made me laff out loud lol Why did susan fall off the swing? Because she had no arms 😐 Knock knock Whos there? .... not susan 😂😂😂