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Old 06-19-2006, 05:33 PM   #226
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**sigh**

..sooooo beautiful!
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Old 06-19-2006, 05:37 PM   #227
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A M A Z I N G ! ! ! !
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Old 06-19-2006, 06:23 PM   #228
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WOW!
No subaru will ever come close to this.

Game Over.
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Old 06-19-2006, 07:23 PM   #229
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Gobstopper Specs
Body
WRC steel arches WRC front and rear bumpers
WRC carbon rear spoiler
FIA T45 multi point welded in roll cage
STi alloy bonnet with RCMS heat extraction vents and gas struts
Heated front screen
WRC non heated lightweight rear screen
Engine
2.0Litre closed deck subaru block
RCMS extreme arrow rods
RCMS 75mm steel crankshaft
RCMS omega flat top pistons (coated) compression ratio 9.5:1
V4 STi cylinder heads with WRC/RCMS O-ring head gaskets and gas rings
One piece Nimonic exhaust valves
One piece stainless inlet valves
RCMS uprated valve springs
Plasma nitrided titanium spring caps
WRC main and big end bearings
WRC R-Profile high wrap cam belt system
RCMS modified oil pump to suit R-Profile belt
WRC S10 inlet manifold
RCMS eight injector kit
RCMS 72mm throttle body
RCMS 5.5 litre alloy sump
WRC short runner exhaust manifold
Garret GT 35-40 turbo with speed sensor
K&N air filter with RCMS 100mm inlet trumpet
RCMS high flow intercooler with twin tube core
70mm stainless steel intercooler pipe work
Electronics
M800 Motec ECU with traction control,nitrous control,anti-lag
paddle shift control,and full engine management control and data login
Motec dash with data login
Defi gauges for turbo,oil,fuel pressure
Interior
FIA carbon kevlar recaro seats
FIA sabelt 6-point harness
Transmission
R180 STi rear axle 3.9:1 cwp and plated modena LSD differential
GKN rally drive shafts front and rear
Torque line carbon fibre propshaft
Six speed subaru gearbox casing modified for sequential housing
Six speed modena gear kit
Subaru 3.9:1 front cwp
RCMS sequential system
RCMS paddle shift system
Plated centre diff with 1:1 uprated output modena gears
Plated front modena differential
Fuel System
FIA spec 26 litre rubber/kevlar bag tank in aluminium cover
Twin bosch fuel pumps (200 litre per pump)
-8 Goodrich fuel feed pipe
-6 Goodrich fuel return pipe
-6 fuel cooler with cooling fan on return
RCMS 8 injector distribution block
2x SX fuel regulators running at 4 bar static pressure
Suspension
WRC spec exe-tc fully ajustable dampers
High and low speed bump + rebound ajustment
STi Rose jointed rear lateral links
STi Rose jointed rear trailing links
Exe-tc bottom rose jointed upright bushes
STi alloy front arms (polished)
STi quick-steer steering rack
WRC roller bearing single piece steering column
Momo suede steering wheel
Nitrous
NX full wet system
121bs carbon bottle with heater jacket
High flow shark nozzle
Motec auto control or driver manual system
Ajustable from +35bhp to +400bhp
Clutch
RCMS spec triple plate alloy cover OS GIKEN clutch and flywheel
RCMS hydraulic light pressure system
Quick release dry brake fluid connection
Brakes
AP 355mm six pot front (track and road use)
AP 304mm four pot front (drag strip use)
AP 290mm four pot rear with floating discs
RCMS hydraulic carbon handbrake
-3 stainless steel goodrich pipe work and fittings
Wheels
Road/Track use 19x8 forged alloy 1 piece rims
Drag strip use 15x8 spun alloy 3 piece rims

Power=850 bhp
Weight=1120 kgs
First event:TOTB july 30th 2006
First show:Max Power Live 29th july 2006
Intended use:street/track/hill climbs/drag strip/time attack

There you go,that is the spec list for the Gobstopper,typed by Chris.
Hope this answers any questions you may have had,biggest spec list I have seen,its 00:20 and I"m off to bed.

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Old 06-19-2006, 07:27 PM   #230
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biggest spec list I have seen,
DAM, I'll Say!
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Old 06-19-2006, 07:29 PM   #231
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must have new shift system and 8 injector kit. oh and lower it please
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Old 06-19-2006, 08:03 PM   #232
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throw some 22" DuBZ FTW!!! hahaha

that car is so awesome. perfect as is...
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Old 06-20-2006, 02:05 AM   #233
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jebus...

that would be worth stopping by to see next month when I'm home!
Give RCM a call and pop in to get some pics for yourselve.
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Old 06-20-2006, 08:54 AM   #234
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Quote:
Originally Posted by moss
WRC sheetmetal(as stated)... WRC sheetmetal had larger wheel arches 22B had smaller ones...
Are you sure....
REAL 22B on the right, V5 GC8 2-Door STi on the left


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It's a GC... there is no differentiating between the 2dr and 4dr on the VIN plate in the UK/Japan... a GC8 is both 2drs and 4drs

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Sep.99-Aug.00
MY2000 GC8G2DD 300 WRX R STi5 2 door
GC8G2DD 300 WRX R STi5 V-Limited 2 door Special edition
GC8G27D 300 WRX RA V-Limited 2 door Special edition 2 door RA
GC8G48D 280 WRX 4 door
GC8G47D 280 WRX RA 4 door
GC8G4ED 300 WRX STi4 4 door
GC8G4DD 300 WRX RA STi5 4 door
GC8G4DD 300 WRX RA STi5 4 door V-Limited Special edition
GF8G58D 240 WRX 5 door
GF8G5ED 300 WRX STi5 5 door
GF8G58P 240 WRX 5 door AT

The 7 digit "applied model" code found on the vehicle identification plate inside the engine bay is decoded in the following way.


1 Series code G=Impreza S=Forester B=Legacy etc.
2 Body type F=Wagon C=Sedan
3 Engine type 8=2.0L Turbo
4 Year code A=MY93 B=MY94 C=MY95&96 D=MY97 (facelift) E=MY98 F=MY99 G=MY00
5 Number of doors 2=2 door coupe 4=4 door saloon 5=5 door wagon/hatch
6 Model type 8=WRX 7=RA type E=Sti D=Sti Type R & RA
7 Transmission D=5 Speed Manual AWD P=4 Speed Automatic AWD

Taken from here...
http://www.sidc.co.uk/faq.htm#1.3

Congrats on the car....awesomely well done!!!
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Old 06-20-2006, 09:31 AM   #235
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look at the wheel arches.. not the wings.. 22B and WRC wings are both wider track but WRC has bigger wheel arches. The RCM is a 2door GC8 shell with WRC wings/arches.

Simon

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Old 06-20-2006, 10:21 AM   #236
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and on the 7th day God created the Gobstopper
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Old 06-20-2006, 11:16 AM   #237
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Chris & Rosy B
Gobstopper Specs
Body
WRC steel arches WRC front and rear bumpers
WRC carbon rear spoiler
FIA T45 multi point welded in roll cage
STi alloy bonnet with RCMS heat extraction vents and gas struts
Heated front screen
WRC non heated lightweight rear screen
Engine
2.0Litre closed deck subaru block
RCMS extreme arrow rods
RCMS 75mm steel crankshaft
RCMS omega flat top pistons (coated) compression ratio 9.5:1
V4 STi cylinder heads with WRC/RCMS O-ring head gaskets and gas rings
One piece Nimonic exhaust valves
One piece stainless inlet valves
RCMS uprated valve springs
Plasma nitrided titanium spring caps
WRC main and big end bearings
WRC R-Profile high wrap cam belt system
RCMS modified oil pump to suit R-Profile belt
WRC S10 inlet manifold
RCMS eight injector kit
RCMS 72mm throttle body
RCMS 5.5 litre alloy sump
WRC short runner exhaust manifold
Garret GT 35-40 turbo with speed sensor
K&N air filter with RCMS 100mm inlet trumpet
RCMS high flow intercooler with twin tube core
70mm stainless steel intercooler pipe work
Electronics
M800 Motec ECU with traction control,nitrous control,anti-lag
paddle shift control,and full engine management control and data login
Motec dash with data login
Defi gauges for turbo,oil,fuel pressure
Interior
FIA carbon kevlar recaro seats
FIA sabelt 6-point harness
Tranmission
R180 STi rear axle 3.9:1 cwp and plated modena LSD differential
GKN rally drive shafts front and rear
Torque line carbon fibre propshaft
Six speed subaru gearbox casing modified for sequential housing
Six speed modena gear kit
Subaru 3.9:1 front cwp
RCMS sequential system
RCMS paddle shift system
Plated centre diff with 1:1 uprated output modena gears
Plated front modena differential
Fuel System
FIA spec 26 litre rubber/kevlar bag tank in aluminium cover
Twin bosch fuel pumps (200 litre per pump)
~8 Goodrich fuel feed pipe
~6 Goodrich fuel return pipe
~6 fuel cooler with cooling fan on return
RCMS 8 injector distribuion block
2x SX fuel regulators running at 4 bar static pressure
Suspension
WRC spec exe-tc fully ajustable dampers
High and low speed bump + rebound ajustment
STi Rose jointed rear lateral links
STi Rose jointed rear trailing links
Exe-tc bottom rose jointed upright bushes
STi alloy front arms (polished)
STi quick-steer steering rack
WRC roller bearing single piece steering column
Momo suede steering wheel
Nitrous
NX full wet system
121bs carbon bottle with heater jacket
High flow shark nozzle
Motec auto control or driver manual system
Ajustable from +35bhp to +400bhp
Clutch
RCMS spec triple plate alloy cover OS GIKEN clutch and flywheel
RCMS hydraulic light pressure system
Quick release dry brake fluid connection
Brakes
AP 355mm six pot front (track and road use)
AP 304mm four pot front (drag strip use)
AP 290mm four pot rear with floating discs
RCMS hydraulic carbon handbrake
~3 stainless steel goodrich pipe work and fittings
Wheels
Road/Track use 19x8 forged alloy 1 piece rims
Drag strip use 15x8 spun alloy 3 piece rims
Power=850 bhp
Weight=1120 kgs
First event:TOTB july 30th 2006
First show:Max Power Live 29th july 2006
Intended use:street/track/hill climbs/drag strip/time attack
There you go,that is the spec list for the Gobstopper,typed by Chris.
Hope this answers any questions you may have had,biggest spec list I have seen,its 00:20 and I"m off to bed.
holy crap... can the list be ANY longer??

::bows down::
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Old 06-20-2006, 11:19 AM   #238
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Chris & Rosy B
Gobstopper Specs
Body
WRC steel arches WRC front and rear bumpers
WRC carbon rear spoiler
FIA T45 multi point welded in roll cage
STi alloy bonnet with RCMS heat extraction vents and gas struts
Heated front screen
WRC non heated lightweight rear screen
Engine
2.0Litre closed deck subaru block
RCMS extreme arrow rods
RCMS 75mm steel crankshaft
RCMS omega flat top pistons (coated) compression ratio 9.5:1
V4 STi cylinder heads with WRC/RCMS O-ring head gaskets and gas rings
One piece Nimonic exhaust valves
One piece stainless inlet valves
RCMS uprated valve springs
Plasma nitrided titanium spring caps
WRC main and big end bearings
WRC R-Profile high wrap cam belt system
RCMS modified oil pump to suit R-Profile belt
WRC S10 inlet manifold
RCMS eight injector kit
RCMS 72mm throttle body
RCMS 5.5 litre alloy sump
WRC short runner exhaust manifold
Garret GT 35-40 turbo with speed sensor
K&N air filter with RCMS 100mm inlet trumpet
RCMS high flow intercooler with twin tube core
70mm stainless steel intercooler pipe work
Electronics
M800 Motec ECU with traction control,nitrous control,anti-lag
paddle shift control,and full engine management control and data login
Motec dash with data login
Defi gauges for turbo,oil,fuel pressure
Interior
FIA carbon kevlar recaro seats
FIA sabelt 6-point harness
Tranmission
R180 STi rear axle 3.9:1 cwp and plated modena LSD differential
GKN rally drive shafts front and rear
Torque line carbon fibre propshaft
Six speed subaru gearbox casing modified for sequential housing
Six speed modena gear kit
Subaru 3.9:1 front cwp
RCMS sequential system
RCMS paddle shift system
Plated centre diff with 1:1 uprated output modena gears
Plated front modena differential
Fuel System
FIA spec 26 litre rubber/kevlar bag tank in aluminium cover
Twin bosch fuel pumps (200 litre per pump)
~8 Goodrich fuel feed pipe
~6 Goodrich fuel return pipe
~6 fuel cooler with cooling fan on return
RCMS 8 injector distribuion block
2x SX fuel regulators running at 4 bar static pressure
Suspension
WRC spec exe-tc fully ajustable dampers
High and low speed bump + rebound ajustment
STi Rose jointed rear lateral links
STi Rose jointed rear trailing links
Exe-tc bottom rose jointed upright bushes
STi alloy front arms (polished)
STi quick-steer steering rack
WRC roller bearing single piece steering column
Momo suede steering wheel
Nitrous
NX full wet system
121bs carbon bottle with heater jacket
High flow shark nozzle
Motec auto control or driver manual system
Ajustable from +35bhp to +400bhp
Clutch
RCMS spec triple plate alloy cover OS GIKEN clutch and flywheel
RCMS hydraulic light pressure system
Quick release dry brake fluid connection
Brakes
AP 355mm six pot front (track and road use)
AP 304mm four pot front (drag strip use)
AP 290mm four pot rear with floating discs
RCMS hydraulic carbon handbrake
~3 stainless steel goodrich pipe work and fittings
Wheels
Road/Track use 19x8 forged alloy 1 piece rims
Drag strip use 15x8 spun alloy 3 piece rims
Power=850 bhp
Weight=1120 kgs
First event:TOTB july 30th 2006
First show:Max Power Live 29th july 2006
Intended use:street/track/hill climbs/drag strip/time attack
There you go,that is the spec list for the Gobstopper,typed by Chris.
Hope this answers any questions you may have had,biggest spec list I have seen,its 00:20 and I"m off to bed.

KAACHING!!!

mucho quids...
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Old 06-20-2006, 11:21 AM   #239
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Give RCM a call and pop in to get some pics for yourselve.

I may well just do that...
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Old 06-20-2006, 02:38 PM   #240
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Old 06-20-2006, 03:31 PM   #241
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Are you sure....
REAL 22B on the right, V5 GC8 2-Door STi on the left
I'm surer than sure that its not a 22B or 22B sheetmetal.

It's a V6 Type R body, with WRC sheetmetal, NOT 22B sheet metal!
Quote:
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Hi everyone,just to try to fill you all in with a few more details,the car is based on a sti6 but has been fitted with a genuine WRC steel body kit,that is the wheel arches back and front and also the front bumper.
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Holy ****
Y hallo thar Si! Took the words right out of my mouth.
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Old 06-20-2006, 05:32 PM   #242
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Hmmm, let's say I wanted to build a car EXACTLY like that, and ummm, I already have the 'shell' (2000 2.5RS Coupe).

What does it look like one would PAY for a replica of the Gobstopper? Yeahhh.

-CM!3
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Old 06-20-2006, 05:58 PM   #243
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Nice carbon fiber door panels!!!
and everything else...
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Old 06-20-2006, 06:07 PM   #244
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Hmmm, let's say I wanted to build a car EXACTLY like that, and ummm, I already have the 'shell' (2000 2.5RS Coupe).

What does it look like one would PAY for a replica of the Gobstopper? Yeahhh.

-CM!3

think 6 figures....then multiply by 1.8 for the exchange rate!
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Old 06-20-2006, 07:03 PM   #245
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think 6 figures....then multiply by 1.8 for the exchange rate!
6 figures definately... forget the exchange rate...
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Old 06-20-2006, 08:44 PM   #246
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soooooo.... i hate to be the guy to say somthing negative but i think it could use an inch or more larger wheels. theres alot of wheel gap and i think it kinda looks funny IMO.
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Old 06-20-2006, 09:00 PM   #247
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:gives up car modding:

Wow. That's all I have to say. It's been awesome watching this from the teaser pics to the finished product. I think I'll wait a few years before I post any pics of my car.

Need some shots of Travis in the car, though!
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Old 06-20-2006, 09:33 PM   #248
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soooooo.... i hate to be the guy to say somthing negative but i think it could use an inch or more larger wheels. theres alot of wheel gap and i think it kinda looks funny IMO.
If you read the specs, they say they run 19's on the street.

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Old 06-21-2006, 03:44 AM   #249
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Remember that the gobstopper will be running with M/T tyres on the drag strip so we need some clearence in the arches, Rosy will put up a pic for you to see,we will try to get all the pics up in the next few days but work keeps getting in the way,so apologies for being a bit slow.

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Old 06-21-2006, 06:29 AM   #250
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A few more pics to tide you over, till we can get the full story up. Apologies for making you all wait though.

This is the original sump and exhaust manifold...


... and this is the new sump designed by Matt Clark, together with the WRC short runner exhaust manifold


Sump and manifold in-situ


Throttle body


OS Giken triple plate clutch


It has to be Meguiars! ( a bit of blatant product placement )


and in answer to the queries about the size of the wheels, Chris B demonstrates that the Mickey Thompson drag tyres fit very nicely into the wheel arches.
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