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Old 19 Sep 2005, 12:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Bob's latest latest Spec.

Latest Spec: Slowly getting there.

1 of only 1000 made.

The quickest factory scoob with all the toys - DCCD, water spray, roof vent, etc

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Impreza WRX STi 5 Type R WRC Limited
June 1999, T Reg the very last of the Version 5s
Imported July 2002 by Newera Imports
60k miles
Extensive documented history

The quickest factory scoob with all the usually toys found in a Type R - DCCD, water spray, roof vent, etc.

Standard STI WRX Type R Features:-

Standard Equipment:
STi Blue Printed Engine Removed
STi Group N Low Ratio Gearbox Removed
STi ECU Removed
STI Stainless Exhaust (Sodium Filled) - Removed
STi Inverted mono-tube strut suspension. Removed
STi Aluminium lower suspension arms
STi Carbon front strut brace
STi Carbon rear strut brace
STi Anti roll bar Removed
STi Intercooler & inlet manifold Removed
STi Forged molybdenum pistons Removed
STi Quick shift
STi quickrack 13:1 steering
AP Organics Clutch Removed
STi Large-size engine under tray Removed
Reinforced Steel Crankshaft Removed
Front viscous diff Removed
Reinforced mechanical rear diff Removed
DCCD (Electro-magnetic driver controlled center differential) Removed
4-Pot front brake callipers Removed
Rear twin opposed piston brake caliper
Front & Rear Vented Discs
Inter cooler water spray
Uprated Engine Mounts
Braided Wiring
Aluminium bonnet and boot
Recaro Seats
Tinted rear windows
STi High Level Rear Spoiler
STi Fog Light Blanking Covers
STi Front Spoiler
Colour Coded Skirts
Electric Folding Mirrors
Air conditioning
Rear Screen Wash Wipe
MOMO Steering Wheel

Aftermarket Mods:

2.5 Short Engine
Type R V5 Heads.
STI 9 Crossdrilled Crank
STI 9 Rods
Uprated Oil Pump
Oil Cooler Kit.
Walbro 255 litres/hr fuel pump & Fuel Reg
TD05/06 20g Turbo
550 Injectors
HKS Twin Plate Clutch.
Altronic ECU Mapped by Scoobyclinic.
HKS Front Mount Intercooler
Blitz LM Induction Kit
Headers.
TSL Group A downpipe
Firestorm Exhaust
Forge Recirc Dump Valve
6 Speed Gearbox
3.9 Diffs, front, rear, center.
Sony XS-HF78 2 Way Component speakers (16cm, 170W MIP)
Subaru Locking wheelnuts
Clifford Concept 300 Alarm System
RAC Trackster 24Hr Protector
Pioneer 7400MP CD/MP3 Stereo
Sat/Nav PDA Camera locations.
Clear Side Repeaters
Crystal Clear Front Indicators
STi V-Ltd rear emblem
Team Dynamics Pro Race 7x17" Wheels
Brembo Gran Turismo 4-pot 320mm brake kit
3-Port Boost Solenoid - Bob Rawle
J-W Racing Centre 60mm x3 Gauge Pod
STi stainless pedals
Defi Control Unit 2
Defi Oil Pressure Meter
Defi Oil Temperature Meter
Defi Turbo Boost Meter
Morretti quad lights.
Philips VisionPlus H4 Main Beam
Crystal sidelights
AST adjustable coilovers.
Whiteline solid Alloy Drop Links.
Whiteline 24 mm adjustable rear swaybar.
Whiteline 22 mm adjusable front swaybar.
H/Duty ARB M. kit and Anti Lift Kit.
Bump Steer & Powerstation Geometry Settings
Graphics by Scoobynut.

382.2 BHP 380 ft/lbs Torque.

Aways more to come....
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Old 19 Sep 2005, 06:46 AM   #2 (permalink)
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:x :shock: :? flipping heck... bob PLEASE dont add that to your signature on the forums

Nice one

How do u find the Sat/Nav PDA Camera locations ? Do you rate it?
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Bob that is some spec sheet and those power figures are fantastic
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Bob that is some spec sheet and those power figures are fantastic
Bet theres more left in the old girl yet !
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Old 19 Sep 2005, 07:53 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Flipping heck Bob - you'll be needing super glue on your tires to keep it on the flippin road - bet you bank manager loves you - still its only money - nice one :twisted:
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Great Specs Bob 382.2 BHP 380 ft/lbs Torque. :P
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Sat/Nav PDA Camera locations. - bet you'll need this :P :x
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:x :shock: :? flipping heck... bob PLEASE dont add that to your signature on the forums

Nice one

How do u find the Sat/Nav PDA Camera locations ? Do you rate it?
I get the camera locations from: http://www.pocketgps.co.uk
Its free and can be updated every now and then much the same as Road Angel.
I sold the road angel as I find the free PDA one about the same when picking up camera locations. They both pick up all the blackspots camera locations but with the PDA I also have the Sat/Nav. So it was no comtest really. The PDA and Sat/Nav software is also a lot cheaper than the Road Angel and I find the PDA usefull for storing my calandar stuff (meets and such) which just updates from my home PC.
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Useful link - thanks Bob - well worth a look!?!
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:x :shock: :? flipping heck... bob PLEASE dont add that to your signature on the forums

Nice one

How do u find the Sat/Nav PDA Camera locations ? Do you rate it?
I get the camera locations from: http://www.pocketgps.co.uk
Its free and can be updated every now and then much the same as Road Angel.
I sold the road angel as I find the free PDA one about the same when picking up camera locations. They both pick up all the blackspots camera locations but with the PDA I also have the Sat/Nav. So it was no comtest really. The PDA and Sat/Nav software is also a lot cheaper than the Road Angel and I find the PDA usefull for storing my calandar stuff (meets and such) which just updates from my home PC.
I also have a PDA/ipaq with TomTom and use Pocketgps for the camara locations..... Great bit of kit
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:x :shock: :? flipping heck... bob PLEASE dont add that to your signature on the forums

Nice one

How do u find the Sat/Nav PDA Camera locations ? Do you rate it?
I get the camera locations from: http://www.pocketgps.co.uk
Its free and can be updated every now and then much the same as Road Angel.
I sold the road angel as I find the free PDA one about the same when picking up camera locations. They both pick up all the blackspots camera locations but with the PDA I also have the Sat/Nav. So it was no comtest really. The PDA and Sat/Nav software is also a lot cheaper than the Road Angel and I find the PDA usefull for storing my calandar stuff (meets and such) which just updates from my home PC.
I also have a PDA/ipaq with TomTom and use Pocketgps for the camara locations.....

Great bit of kit

Also look here for Shell fuel Tesco fuel and scoob dealers.

http://www.bob.szhosting.net/PDA/
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