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For sale. Aspen White 2006 Subaru Impreza WRX Bought via SOC 5 months ago (see previous post here https://uk.subaruownersclub.com/forums/topic/25573-sold-jdm-impreza-hawkeye-wrx-20/ ) I bought the car with the intended use as a daily driver. However I'm selling due to lack of use (now permanently working from home due to COVID). Original Ad (Mature Enthusiast): 2006 Impreza Hawkeye. White with black / blue cloth interior. STi Wing. Hid Lights. Imported from Japan 2018 Grade 4B. Japanese service history. Recent full service including all belts, oils, filters, wheel alignment and new Toyo tyres fit. New steering pump. Underside treated with Dinitrol, further images available. UK Pioneer headunit with handsfree kit. Standard specification apart from back box exhaust, original exhaust included which was too quiet. Odometer in kms, 147k kms / 91k miles. Run on V Power with standard factory map, feels stronger than quoted 250bhp and over 30mpg on a run achievable. Road tax £265 per year, first registered 18/03/06. MOT to 09/20 no advisories. Car in excellent condition, any inspection welcome. £7,500 for quick sale. In my short ownership: EcuTek Stage1 Map | Steve Cotton (Cotton Competition) Cosworth Air Filter Set of Iridium IX Plugs (BKR6EIX) Fuel Pump Kill-switch Stage one cut / polish Ceramic Paint Coating (CarPro CQuartz) GTechniq Protection (interior Fabric) New key cut (Subaru replacement keys) Apart from the very light modifications the car is completely stock / unmolested. Very well looked after by all previous owners. I would say pampered. Currently washed once a week with all Meguiars products. Current millage is 150k KM As I was planning on keeping the car long term I've spent 1500 quid on getting it perfect. I'd like to get back what I put it @ £9000 Based in NW England Cheers, Dan email@example.com
Evening all, my Hawkeye wrx is now overdue a bit of TLC service wise so I’m looking at doing it myself in the coming weeks. I’ll be the first to admit I’m not a mechanic or an expert but I have worked on all my cars/bikes in the past but this is the first time I’ve worked on an Impreza and have a few basic questions. I’ve read it’s wise to disconnect the crankcase position sensor prior to an oil change and turn the engine over untill the cel goes out? I’m all for ‘‘good practice’’ am I right to assume this builds up oil pressure in both banks of cylinders to prevent a dry start? If so could I put this into practice with the oil filter off to safely pump the last bits of dirty oil out without the engine firing? (I do this on my R1 by disabling the injectors and get the last 10% of dirty oil out) or is disconnecting the CPS a bit unnecessary? Does anyone know how many flutes are on an oem oil filter? Need to know if I need to get a new tool for it. how much of a pain is it really to get at the spark plugs and fuel filter? It looks like a nightmare with big hands in the engine bay, the fuel filter is in the tank under the seats on a Hawkeye right? Regards luke
Hi, ive owned a classic turbo 2000 for the last nine years. It got crashed into by a idiot and written off! Gutted wasnt the word! I now have a 55 plate hawkeye wrx, completely standard, no plans to modify it, other than maybe a backbox for better sound. Not had the car long. It drives great and been looked after. Ive read some horror stories regarding this 2.5 model with headgaskets going and engines failing! I dont thrash my cars and look after them. Many other owners on here with a wrx hawkeye? Im hoping my mind can be put at rest and that ive not bought a ticking time bomb!