Iím sending a car out to Renner in a few weeks and am planning a fully built car. Will be doing the full carbon Aerosim kit, roof, doors (yes, Steve is making door molds right now).
I stumbled across it online for sale near Toronto ON, I made an offer and the seller accepted then a week later changed his mind, a year later I happened to search again and the same guy has put it up for sale again, I got it the second time. lol. Id like a taller 22B stock spoiler or replica but $$$, but this one is Carbon Fiber which is great and a bit lower which makes the car look good too, a WRC replica if I'm not mistaken, couldnt tell ya who made it though.
Originally Posted by Rsfanatic
Holy moly 110 pages of build thread! Just finished through the first 18, but itís an amazing build so far! Thank you for the photos of the 22B kit with stock bumpers
Thanks man! my pleasure doing the build and putting it up on here.
Has anyone installed a brake bias adjuster on a suby? Iíve come to the realization that my rears ar doing most of the work.
Lil late but it's hard on a subie since the do the brake line X thing. So front right, rear left on same circuit. I redid mine to front/rear. And have a wilwood. Took it up to 130 other night, hard brake felt shitty. Gave rear more juice, did another pull and felt loads better
Why should we be paying to keep guy's like Chris Watts alive?
Tried to find the Diagnosis connector to do an ABS cycle and looked at all the connectors under the drivers foot well and I couldn't find it. So have een unable to cycle that pump. Brakes feel spongy at the top of the pedal travel but when you really step on the brake they do stop the car very quickly. Couldn't get any lockup on the tires, it didn't even feel like it was threatening to lock the fronts but it does stop nice and quick. I did bleed them again with the girlfriends help. but no air came out at all. Switched to Motul 660 DOT 4 fluid for the track and ordered some Hawk pads.
Added anodized aluminum rear sway bar links, and a rear diff brace. Got some Firestone Indy 500s for summer tires, and got the rims powder coated. I wanted Michelin Pilot Sport 4Ss but they were 50% more cash. The tire shop has had my set for 4 days without getting them mounted. They don't have the plastic pucks on their machine that will prevent marring of the rims. Luckily I'm in no hurry but id sure like to see how they look on the car.