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Trev85

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PostSubject: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyMon 5 Mar - 22:28

lee got the car bak in october and hit problems from day one!

first problem was it wasnt running very well when on boost so booked it in with bob for remap and then found out the fuel pump wasnt up to the job and injectors so replaced fuel pump and fitted 650cc injectors and uppipe, also sorted out a few other bits like boost gauge tee into fuel pressure reg and no gasket on the dump valve! also changed the breathers so they went into a catch can as there was alot of oil in the intercooler and inlet!


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after all this was done it went back to bob for remap and all went well and car felt great afterward! but then after running the car for a few miles found that it was using unreal amounts of oil so after talking to jonny gav at one of the meets he said try 15/60 oil rather than the 10/60 he was using! which helped alot and slowed down the oil consumption! also come to the conclusion that it was goin to need a rebuild at some point but how long it would last was anyones guess!!

next problem coilovers knocking
so stripped them all off and checked them but couldnt find out wrong with them but found out the rear seat belt real was not blotted in and was just hanging there rattling about so sorted than put the car back together problem sorted


next problem was the brakes
found that the disc's on the inside were fucked so back in the shed it went and took them off and got them skimmed but after putting it bak together found that the disc's had warped when being skimmed!! so when lee looked into getting new one's found out the only dealer in the uk for XYZ was esclipse lol so he went direct to XYZ rather than using esclipse as he had already fell out wiv chris lol

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after nearly 6 weeks of waiting for them and at the cost of nearly 700quid the new disc's and pads arrived so fitted them just in time for the griplin run last week and are now spot on!!

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so just as we fort we were getting somewhere and nearly sorted all the problems this weekend after a oil change the engine started knocking so back in the shed again and engine out ready for rebuild

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there'll b more to come over the next few weeks lol

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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyTue 6 Mar - 0:12

whilst your on with it get rid of the hawkeye oil pick up pipe (twinscroll type), sump and baffle plate, these r common for causing the bearings to fail, replace with pre 2005/6 type, u will also need the sump, baffle plate and dipstick Smile
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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyTue 6 Mar - 0:41

as andy said (last post)

fitting classic sump/pick up pipe and baffle plate is deffo recommended.

hawkeye pick up pipes are really prone too splitting= will take the bottomend out..

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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyTue 6 Mar - 1:44

any chance of doin my crank shaft seal any time soon please bud
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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyTue 6 Mar - 6:38

Some write up that Trev Smile

Yeh got a sump and pick up pipe ready to go on Smile

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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyTue 6 Mar - 10:26

And theres me whinging when me radiator failed....pmsl

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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyTue 6 Mar - 10:46

Bloody hell mate, that car has been nowt but bother for ya, this is what happens to the standard pick up pipe-

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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyTue 6 Mar - 13:49

Mines getting changed soon too. Was gobsmacked when i saw Iddys!
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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyTue 6 Mar - 17:12

Jonny Gav wrote:
Bloody hell mate, that car has been nowt but bother for ya, this is what happens to the standard pick up pipe-

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is that my pick up pipe, mine went and it cost me £4000
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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyTue 6 Mar - 17:58

Yeah it is mate, seen quite a foe go like this.
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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyTue 6 Mar - 18:36

iddysti wrote:
Jonny Gav wrote:
Bloody hell mate, that car has been nowt but bother for ya, this is what happens to the standard pick up pipe-

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is that my pick up pipe, mine went and it cost me £4000


cheers cheers cheers cheers
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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyTue 6 Mar - 19:58

Jonny Gav wrote:
Bloody hell mate, that car has been nowt but bother for ya, this is what happens to the standard pick up pipe-

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whats different between the 2 pick up pipes?

ive got a sump and pick up pipe of grady Smile
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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyTue 6 Mar - 20:07

the one for twinscroll sump is paper thin and prone to crack
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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyTue 6 Mar - 21:59

cant beleive thier was no gasket on the dv Shocked
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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyWed 7 Mar - 8:37

Andy Kindon wrote:
iddysti wrote:
Jonny Gav wrote:
Bloody hell mate, that car has been nowt but bother for ya, this is what happens to the standard pick up pipe-

is that my pick up pipe, mine went and it cost me £4000


cheers cheers cheers cheers

Pikey lol! lol!

No doubt it will not be the last of the the money you get from me.
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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyWed 7 Mar - 19:22

wow fook if i was you i would have lit the car on fire already Shocked
good luck lee and trev Cool Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyWed 7 Mar - 20:43

Nice write up and pics lads, good luck hope all gets sorted mate, makes ya think twice about where to get work done on scoobs, cracking advice and lads on here to help.
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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyWed 7 Mar - 21:57

Andy Kindon wrote:
whilst your on with it get rid of the hawkeye oil pick up pipe (twinscroll type), sump and baffle plate, these r common for causing the bearings to fail, replace with pre 2005/6 type, u will also need the sump, baffle plate and dipstick Smile

yeah got a sump and pickup ready to go on was on the to do list anyways lol!

thanks for the support lads we will get there in the end hopefully for lee's sake Very Happy

few other jobs on the list while the engine is out

blank the air pump off

new clutch as the one in has'nt got much life left in it (more fookin money lol)

ported headers depending on how much the engine cost to put right first

paint brake calipers while its off the road

paint front lower grill

tgv delele's is this worth doing??







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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyWed 7 Mar - 22:45

tvgd are worth doing trev imo had em done on me bug a mapper can remove the cell light or fault code they create subaru did it on sti so must worth doing Smile

got loads ov spare tvg sensors if anyone need them Smile
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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyThu 8 Mar - 19:58

CARLOS wrote:
tvgd are worth doing trev imo had em done on me bug a mapper can remove the cell light or fault code they create subaru did it on sti so must worth doing Smile

got loads ov spare tvg sensors if anyone need them Smile

Fort may aswell do it while it's in bits lyk another job on the list lol
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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyThu 8 Mar - 20:27

Trev85 wrote:
CARLOS wrote:
tvgd are worth doing trev imo had em done on me bug a mapper can remove the cell light or fault code they create subaru did it on sti so must worth doing Smile

got loads ov spare tvg sensors if anyone need them Smile

Fort may aswell do it while it's in bits lyk another job on the list lol

Save yourself the hassle of doing it by hand get a set of an sti lol!

And good post guy's keep it up cheers
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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyThu 8 Mar - 20:49

if your doing the TVG deletes port them as well to match the intake manifold, every little helps
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PostSubject: Re: de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye   de-eclipseing lee's hawkeye EmptyThu 8 Mar - 21:40

wrx/uk/ppp wrote:
Trev85 wrote:
CARLOS wrote:
tvgd are worth doing trev imo had em done on me bug a mapper can remove the cell light or fault code they create subaru did it on sti so must worth doing Smile

got loads ov spare tvg sensors if anyone need them Smile

Fort may aswell do it while it's in bits lyk another job on the list lol

Save yourself the hassle of doing it by hand get a set of an sti lol!

And good post guy's keep it up cheers

i will tell lee to have alook for some lol!

will do iddy all the little things add up lol!

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paul has got the engine stripped down and found the fault was a incorrectly fitted oil scraper ring on the piston and put a big groove on cylinder 1, also found that 1 of the head bolts was loose, the cam bolts were to tight and he had to use a big bar to free them off and various gaskets wernt on and just used sealent.
paul said he hasnt seen anything like this before Shocked
the crank is ok so just sending the block to the machine shop to see if it can be saved


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Soz to hear that lee hope you get sorted Smile
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