adarm

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  1. Show them my pic will shut them up :) Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk
  2. Thanks for your help buddy...I'm genuinely shocked Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk
  3. For those who are interested...mother !Removed! mitsomoto...utter ****!!! Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk
  4. First pic, the Alan key will not go any further, 2nd and third u can see it goes all the way in ( that's what she said [emoji1787][emoji1787][emoji1787]) Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk
  5. Update....my new mitsomoto rad has a block on it at the top, partial block, ffs, at least I know now...thanks so much for everyone's help dudes :) will keep you updated when I get a new one #paininmyarse Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk
  6. Hey mate...I changed the header tank to mitsomoto as a few people said that if dif pressure on rad cap and header tank cap it will dump all coolant into overflow...I have now changed the header tank and it's doing that same...do u think it could be a blocked rad, even though its new?? Thank buddy :( Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk
  7. Checked hoses, all hot and top hose still squishy :) Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk
  8. Hey dude, after hardish run, coolant is high ( in overflow), when it's cold, it sucks it back in to the rad... I watched a few video of how to bleed it out...so far it seems to have worked (see pic below)...car is back in garage getting some spray work done, but seems to be working fine... when opened the top, as seen in picture, before I put funnel in, I could see lots of air bubbles, then put funnel in, it rose u into the funnel, lots of little air bubbles coming out, I run it for 15mins (heating was flat out and very hot)...then turned it off, let coolant drain back into car, then screwed cap back on :) get the car back thursday, so will give it some shizzle and see what happens... I cannot thank u enough for all your advice... top man!! Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk
  9. Thanks for the response dude...first time it happened took it for a burn, and then literally driving down my road, put car in neutral and started going into 109..then got stat changed..then today took it for a burn, stopped at shop, kept engine running, whilst driving home shot upto 115...fans do kick in... when I turned it off then on again, without starting the car, the fans run for like 10 mins...hot air is coming out of fans :) caps are all on fine, while double check in the morning.. when temp is going high and I stop car, coolant is very high in overflow tank, when it's cold and I check 1 hour later, rad sucks more fluid in and not as much in overflow tank. Thanks again bud :) Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk
  10. Hey guys, I have a 2001 bug, running 345 bhp, forged engine etc...got a mitsomoto rad...about 25 mins into driving, I get a massive engine spike in coolant temp, see below pic...I took it to another garage to change stat, and still does the same...the engine feels cool... the coolant level doesn't drop, the pipes have been checked for leakage etc and all seems to be fine...it didn't do it before before rad was changed. The guy who has done the work things it maybe the temp sensor, any ideas and thanks in advance?? Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk
  11. adarm

    Gearbox

    The rear diff got rebuilt by the last owner, sounds like kinda under gear box...being honest did a hard launch, for 2secs and since then not a happy car...mines a 2001 :)
  12. Hi people :) Just got a wrx and all good, dif just been rebuilt, new clutch (stage 1) etc,been mapped,exhaust so 270ish BHP...only just noticed when in 4th and 5th low revs 1500-1800rpm a strange kinda rattle comes from the car, like something isn't that happy or not engaging, car drives spot after then!! Any help much appreciated :)