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GravelBen

11,454 posts

118 months

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Sunday 8th January 2012 quote quote all
ScoobieWRX said:
S202 - Forerunner of the Spec C
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Actually an STi special edition of the Ver.7 Spec C, following on from the butt-ugly s201 and preceding the s203 (blobeye), s204 (hawkeye) etc. They also did s401 and s402 Legacies.

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They actually made two versions of the bugeye Spec-C (and pre-facelift cars had Type-RA in the name as well), the '17" wheel model' with big brembos, ABS and slightly more comforts and the '16" wheel model' more directly for rally homologation with DCCD/smaller brakes to fit inside gravel wheels/no ABS/smaller fuel tank and a few other differences. Yes please. smile

ScoobieWRX

4,863 posts

114 months

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Sunday 8th January 2012 quote quote all
That version Spec C had 275ps. It was the same engine carried over from the V6 WRX/STi but with AVCS added for better low down torque.

The S202 had a longer wheelbase and extra camber on the front end, lighter glass all round, rear wing etc...) but this time came with 320ps as did all subsequent Spec C's.

Out of all the S203/204/206 versions the S202 was IMHO the best and has more in common with later Spec C's than later S versions, apart from the fact it had no DCCD but then that didn't come about till V8 JDM.

Not many people remember the V7 Spec C, they tend to remember V8 onwards, but they do remember the S202.

ETA: The less said about the S201 the better hehe

Edited by ScoobieWRX on Sunday 8th January 21:56

SuperVM

477 posts

49 months

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Monday 9th January 2012 quote quote all
Here's mine:





I was originally looking for an Evo IV, but then this came up down the road and I thought I should have a look. I was supposed to carry on and have a look at an Evo, but loved the Impreza and the fact it was vaguely practical, so didn't even bother. I've only had the Impreza a few months now, but have collected the parts to get it to around 340 or so BHP.

ScoobieWRX

4,863 posts

114 months

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Monday 9th January 2012 quote quote all
Lovely Bugeye, puts mine to shame. It looks mint!!

TXWRX

312 posts

56 months

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Monday 9th January 2012 quote quote all
At Japfest 2 this year:



and somewhere at the back of this lot! :


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JollyGrnMonster

887 posts

85 months

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Monday 9th January 2012 quote quote all
SuperVM said:
Here's mine:





I was originally looking for an Evo IV, but then this came up down the road and I thought I should have a look. I was supposed to carry on and have a look at an Evo, but loved the Impreza and the fact it was vaguely practical, so didn't even bother. I've only had the Impreza a few months now, but have collected the parts to get it to around 340 or so BHP.
That looks really nice.

SuperVM

477 posts

49 months

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Monday 9th January 2012 quote quote all
ScoobieWRX said:
Lovely Bugeye, puts mine to shame. It looks mint!!
Thanks!

SuperVM

477 posts

49 months

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Monday 9th January 2012 quote quote all
JollyGrnMonster said:
That looks really nice.
Thanks very much. Am I right in thinking you remap these?

Nyphur

3,122 posts

76 months

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Monday 9th January 2012 quote quote all
SuperVM said:
That's great. Sometimes wish I'd looked more closely at the wagons before buying mine.
The thoughts don't last very long hehe, but when there are some like yours or BonesX's (below) around, you have to take notice smile


paulmoonraker

2,729 posts

51 months

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Monday 9th January 2012 quote quote all
I won't lie, that white bugeye is cool.

JollyGrnMonster

887 posts

85 months

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Monday 9th January 2012 quote quote all
SuperVM said:
Thanks very much. Am I right in thinking you remap these?
Yes wink

moz1013

9 posts

35 months

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Tuesday 10th January 2012 quote quote all
Here's my Forester, first Subaru I've had that isn't N/A. Lovin' my turbo!





I've owned over the years:

MY1999 N/A Impreza Sport Wagon phase II manual - green
MY1998 N/A Impreza Sport Wagon phase I manual - silver
MY1995 N/A Legacy Estate manual - green
MY2002 Impreza WRX bugeye manual - dark blue (husbands)
MY2002 Prodrive STI manual - World Rally blue (husbands)
MY2003 N/A Forester All Weather manual - silver
MY2003 XT Forester auto - silver

Love Scoobies biggrin





Edited by moz1013 on Tuesday 10th January 21:47


Edited by moz1013 on Tuesday 10th January 21:50

Ahhh Moneypenny

4,100 posts

110 months

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Tuesday 10th January 2012 quote quote all
mine but now got gun metal coloured 17 inch rims on it, cosmetically looks better handling much worse frown


NorthDownsScooby

169 posts

57 months

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Wednesday 11th January 2012 quote quote all
A few of the hearse:














Darkslider

2,350 posts

77 months

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Wednesday 11th January 2012 quote quote all
JollyGrnMonster said:
my 03 blobeye sti nearly standard wink



my project car a 98 type R sti lightly modded




Hopefully running in the next month or so

Simon
Been watching your thread for the Green Type R on scoobynet, amazing bit of kit!

What wheels are they on the silver blob eye by the way, look like TD Pro Race 3s? I've been after a set of those for my Classic for a while but haven't been able to find any second hand yet, and can't bring myself to spend £450 on a set of bare rims brand new frown

Anyway, onto the pictures, my 1997 UK Turbo 2000, got it for a bargain price, for a big chunk less than a grand I think it's the best value power out there!:







Standard at the moment apart from a HKS BOV and mushroom filter and an Argos backbox. Eventual plans are to get it near to 300bhp mark with TD05 turbo and 440 injectors etc, and uprated four pot brakes and suspension to get it ready for a few track days!

niall1717

155 posts

61 months

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Wednesday 11th January 2012 quote quote all


Not the best picture - my 2004 WRX PPP.

JollyGrnMonster

887 posts

85 months

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Wednesday 11th January 2012 quote quote all
They are rotas if I recall correct smile

Darkslider said:
Been watching your thread for the Green Type R on scoobynet, amazing bit of kit!

What wheels are they on the silver blob eye by the way, look like TD Pro Race 3s? I've been after a set of those for my Classic for a while but haven't been able to find any second hand yet, and can't bring myself to spend £450 on a set of bare rims brand new frown

Anyway, onto the pictures, my 1997 UK Turbo 2000, got it for a bargain price, for a big chunk less than a grand I think it's the best value power out there!:







Standard at the moment apart from a HKS BOV and mushroom filter and an Argos backbox. Eventual plans are to get it near to 300bhp mark with TD05 turbo and 440 injectors etc, and uprated four pot brakes and suspension to get it ready for a few track days!

paulmoonraker

2,729 posts

51 months

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Wednesday 11th January 2012 quote quote all


This is what you want. It adds down-force too making high speed cornering safer. Jolly, take note for your new toy...

Hoonabator

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482 posts

114 months

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Wednesday 11th January 2012 quote quote all
NorthDownsScooby said:
A few of the hearse:













Now that's sweet!

AWG

476 posts

44 months

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Wednesday 11th January 2012 quote quote all
paulmoonraker said:


This is what you want. It adds down-force too making high speed cornering safer. Jolly, take note for your new toy...
Now that's funny!

Love this colour for STi.
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