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Hello

I am from South Africa. We get the AUZ spec Subarus'.

Subaru Impreza WRX GDA BUGEYE 5 speed manual sedan (World Rally Blue)

Engine mods

CP Pistons

Eagle rods - ARP bolts

ACL race bearings

STi Nitrided crank

ARP Head studs

STi 11mm oil pump

Cast impeller water pump

GFB blow off valve

TD5-20g turbo

TR adjustable WG actuator - currently 0.8 bar spring(additional 1.2 bar spring)

4 x 720 cc injectors

MRT Parallel fuel rails with dual fuel regulators

Walbro gss 342 fuel pump (255lph) in tank pump.

MRT Fuel anti Surge tank

Charge cooling

MRT STi Larger hood scoop

APS intercooler splitter

MRT V2 top mount intercooler.

Samco intercooler hoses

Mishimoto intake hose

AEM Cold- air intake

Exhaust

SPT 3 inch hi power exhaust

Grimmspeed upipe

Suspension mods

Whiteline group 4 coilovers

MRT/Whiteline front and rear sway bars

Whiteline alloy rear droplinks

STi rose jointed front drop links

Rear camber bolts

Alu front control arms

Whiteline Front Roll Center Adjustment Kit

Whiteline diff lock bolts

Whiteline diff out rigger bushings

H-brace front

Other

Aquamist 2d

Aquamist DDS3

Aquamist Silicon I/C to throttle body hose with two Aquamist jets

Ecutek remap with dual boost maps and user-tuning

Process west oil cooler

Mishimoto X-Line radiator

Mishimoto radiator clamps (Blue)

Mishimoto intake pipe

Mishimoto coolant header tank

Mishimoto 1.3 bar radiator caps (x2)

Samco Rad hoses

Samco Ancilliary hoses

STi I/C water spray kit

Grimmspeed three port boost control solenoid

Mishimoto -Rockstar three port catch can - for Crankcase

Mishimoto small catch can with brass filter - for Heads

Mishimoto Hoonigan oil cap

Brakes

K-Sport racing 8-pot 330mm BBK

DS 2500 ferodo pads

Goodridge Braided brake hoses

Gearbox

Front Torsen LSD

GFB quick shift kit

Kartboy poly bushes

Kartboy shifter rear mount.

Interior

Ecutek Dash monitor

Delta dash kit

Knock link kit

SPA oil temp/pressure gauge

Lamco Boost gauge

Innovate A/F DB-gauge

Sparco harness bar

Sparco camlock 4 point belt

SMY Dual Dash Bezel Gauge Pod

ICE upgrade

Pioneer's AVH X391BHS

Metra subaru harness adapter.

Exterior

Morrete head lights

Morrette Projector HID upgrade

MRT Cibie headlights

Side strakes

(Total wattage on road = 420 W light output)

STi fog light protectors

WRB Painted side skirts

STi rear boot spoiler

Blue twisted I badge

OEM upgrade to White indicators and reflectors.

OEM 2015 WRX rims with 225/45/17 Goodyear tyres.

OEM brake cooling ducts

OEM transmission undertray

On hold for pic

I apologise for the spacing above. I am now sure why it has double spaced every line. I pasted the list into notepad(which normally removes all formatting) and then pasted it into the forum.

Current work in progress

1. I have purchased the DOM number 4 cylinder cooling mod and it will be installed soon.

2. The car currently(2019) has an OpenSource ecu remap with dual boost switching

3. I have purchased another oem ecu. I intend to use it for SD tuning with flex fuel. The carberry rom will be used for this project.

I have replaced the following

cam position sensor

crank position sensor

OEM clutch master cylinder

OEM clutch slave cylinder

All oils.

Re-tuning is about to start.

Covid 19 has stopped my work on this car.

I still have a job ;) and have been working very long hours.

I am hoping to install some of my car parts and return to tuning in Dec 2020.

Cool build, I trust you're able to keep yourself safe, especially as the medical professions are some of the few that are 'booming' in these troubled times.

You didn't seem to mention the clutch?

I have had the car from 2002.

Clutch is modified by a local LUK dealer. Higher pressure plate. So far that has worked. But it needs a tune so we will see...