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About IBenjieI

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    Seaford, East Sussex
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    2006 Impreza WRX Wagon

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  1. IBenjieI

    Regional Members

    Regional County/Borough/District: Seaford, East Sussex (Between Brighton and Eastbourne) Car Model: 2006 Impreza WRX Wagon in Silver Any Mods: Currently only have an Afterburner Raptor back box fitted and car has been remapped to 262BHP, however watch this space! 😉 Picture:
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    New Sti owner

    O/
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    Scoob Noob from the Southeast!

    Thanks buddy!
  4. IBenjieI

    Mobile speed cameras on motorway bridges

    You're good. Cameras have to be clearly visible from a certain distance away and the van will be side on with a camera picture on it 👍
  5. IBenjieI

    Japshow Santa Pod 2018 Dates

    This is a show I've always wanted to go to! Get amongst it! 👍
  6. I would also be up for dragging my fat lazy !Removed! away from the PC for a little fun!
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    new Outback owner

    Turboooooooooo! 😉 Looks nice dude! 👌
  8. Does anyone from the Brighton/Eastbourne area have weekly/fortnightly/regular meets? Would love to get out and meet a few of you...
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    Scoob Noob from the Southeast!

    Thanks buddy! 👍
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    New to the Scoob scene, my first WRX!

    Okay, so I got round to fitting my new 'zorst today. The old one was a ****** to remove, one of the old bolts was so corroded the head had fallen to pieces. I ended up smashing a 10mm socket onto it with a big hammer and managed to get it off. I cleaned the middle pipe flange up with a wire brush and set about fitting the new one! The Afterburner Raptor has a 3" diameter pipe but luckily came with an adaptor to fit to a 2.5" pipe, which my middle pipe is. Lining 4 sets of holes up together (back box flange, adaptor, gasket and middle pipe flange) whilst you're squeezed under a car is frustrating! But I managed! 👍 It's slightly angled so has an aggressive look and the tone is a very deep bassy burble.. like a Scoob should be! Anyways here is the pics: Its not too loud but sounds awesome! Highly recommend this one! cheers guys 😘
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    Scoob Noob from the Southeast!

    Haha. I always use V Power in my cars, it's a great fuel! I knew the basics of a turbo car, like warming up and cooling down etc, but thanks for the advice! 👍 Any engine/breather/exhaust mods I do I will always get the car mapped anyways! Once my new system is fitted I'll book her in for a remap! Thanks mate! 🙂
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    Scoob Noob from the Southeast!

    Some more pics of the Wagon;
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    Scoob Noob from the Southeast!

    Thanks guys! Yeah I just found every bit of paperwork all the way back to the very first service in 2007 and MOT in 2009! Full service history = win! I'm based in East Sussex a little ways along from Brighton!
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    New to the Scoob scene, my first WRX!

    I don't intend on going insane with this car, however I did miss being part of a modded community! Plans for the future are as follows; Exterior Carbon Splitter for the front bumper New Alloy wheels (Advice/Ideas would be great!) Possibly lowering the car by around 30-40mm Straight through pipe from turbo to back box Interior Blue and Black Alcantara seats from an STi Usual gauges such as Oil Temp, Boost etc. New head unit This is just the beginning, so any help towards tasteful mods would be appreciated!
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    New to the Scoob scene, my first WRX!

    Whilst driving home yesterday I started to hear a very loud 'whooshing' noise coming from the rear of the car every time I accelerated and the turbo spooled up, after investigation it turned out the cheaply made carbon back box had 'exploded'! Naturally I had to buy something bigger and better! Oh well! After a quick google search I stumbled upon Scoobyworld.co.uk and ended up buying myself an Afterburner Raptor, looking forward to fitting it to the car! It's so pretty! The reviews were pretty good, so here's hoping it sounds nice. Thanks guys!