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Old 15th October 2017, 05:52 PM
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^ thanks for resizing!


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I'm not seeing anything either actually
I can see the pics even without logging on so you should be able to see them?

Also - check out this thread re pics and albums: http://www.offroadsubarus.com/showthread.php?t=7306

BTW - will move this thread to Member Journals.
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Old 16th October 2017, 12:59 AM
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Nothing is showing up on my end.. Maybe it's the mobile veiw
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Old 16th October 2017, 02:45 AM
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Nothing is showing up on my end.. Maybe it's the mobile veiw
I'm on my PC, still not showing, only the ones you posted through the forum
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Old 16th October 2017, 03:59 AM
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Working awesome once logged in!

Thanks for that!

Bennie
and yet Bennie is seeing them.

I can see them with my test account which is a normal registered user and, as I said, even without logging on. Also can see them from my laptop as well as PC. The album is defined as "Public" so should be visible to everyone but I will check further!
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So I just cleared everything and the pics did not show without being logged on, but once logged on (as a regular user) the pics are visible.
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Old 16th October 2017, 07:17 AM
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Pics show up for me now when I'm logged in or not.

Anyway... Your project looks just like any good EJ conversion :D



And nice extractors/Y pipe, with a hot dog and a decent muffler out the back that should have your EJ sounding "WRX sweet":



With the ECU wiring popping out on your passenger's side, any chance of routing it through the driver's side as it is in the Legacy? That'll give you ample length but could make that grommet super tight.

Or the other thing you could look into is stripping down the engine harness section with the aim of re-laying the wiring to have the plugs on the other side (passenger's side) of the engine. This will do away with the wire extension that you're about to do - if it's possible. You will need to investigate this as it could make for a very neat conversion with a little extra work if the plugs and associated wiring can be moved like this.

And keep up that good work

Cheers

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PS - I've manipulated your images addresses with some [img] forum code to make them appear. Read up on this, very handy!
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Old 17th October 2017, 12:41 AM
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I'm still not seeing anything but I'm not that worried about it.

As for routing the wiring I tried the fuse box on the driverside with engine harness coming through the passenger side, it just wouldn't work. The engine harness needed about 18" to reach the nearest connection and there was no place to mount the ECU and fuse box, I tried mounting the fuse box near the original location but then nothing else would reach. So this is the reason for that, also the only wires I'm extending are the fuel pump wires and brake switch. Everything else is pretty much in, at least all the connectors I can find that match up lol. Still need to double check everything.

So I'm pretty much down to fuel lines / pump, oil n filter, plug wires, finishing making the new positive terminal / power wires (just need cable ends), the DL/legacy were too short and the fuse box lead was too short as well.
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Old 19th October 2017, 02:13 AM
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Thinking about getting this fuel pump, I know it's made in China... But it's the cheap, new cheap. So I'm debating it.

https://m.ebay.com/itm/New-High-Perf...-/302357572710

Gunna hit pick n pull this weekend and try to rob a fuel feed hard-line out of a EA82. I guess I'll figure out how it might work with the DL tank after I get it.

If it doesn't I'm debating on getting some 1/4" efi hose and some 5/16" to 1/4" barb adapters and just using the stock lines
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Just got spark plug wires in the mail.

Ordered some 1/4" efi hose and a 5/16" to 1/4" barb adapter. Gunna try it first if it doesn't work I'll find a hard-line. But what I was wondering how is a large diameter hard-line attached to the tank? if the inlet on the tank is still the same size as the original hard-line in the end it's the same thing right?
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