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Post by Matt » Thu Dec 08, 2011 8:20 pm

Nice name choice lol :P
"Bianca"
'86 Brumby - Dual Port Heads, 5 Speed Dual Range, Custom Cam, Tuned Weber, Tuned Suspension, 2" Body Lift Kit, LSD, 14" rims, 2.25" Exhaust, Snorkel, Dual Batteries, DVD Player, UHF, VHF, etc. Offically now part of the 350, 000 km Club! :) And still pulling like a freight train.
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"Claudia"
82 MY Wagon - EA81T, RS Liberty WIAC, 5 Speed Dual Range, Tuned Suspension, 14" Rims 27" Tyres, 2" Body Lift Kit, Apline Head unit, UHF, Roof Console, L Series seats, Soon to have New Paint, snorkel, Dual batteries, etc
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Post by Brumby Kid » Thu Dec 08, 2011 8:23 pm

Matt wrote:Nice name choice lol :P
Thanks, You too!!! Did you see my reason?
When life gives you a corner, drop a gear, pitch, and stomp the loud pedal
Bianca: 1991 Subaru Brumby
My First / Project car

EA81 Rebuilt by Tony Knight from knight Engines
2" body lift
25" 185r14 Yokahama Delivery Star, light truck tyres
2" Sports exhaust
Rear Aguip step/bar
Liberty seats
"Bianca"
[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
Dads Car: 02 Impreza WRX STi
Mums Car 08 Liberty Wagon

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Post by guyph_01 » Thu Dec 08, 2011 9:48 pm

Your pm box is full,
Let me know if you want or need anything off that brumby. Its going next week.
Thx
The project, EJ22 --->>> EJ25 Quad CAM:D touring wagon
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Post by Matt » Sat Dec 10, 2011 10:12 am

Yes i did, i just liked the name, no research done.
"Bianca"
'86 Brumby - Dual Port Heads, 5 Speed Dual Range, Custom Cam, Tuned Weber, Tuned Suspension, 2" Body Lift Kit, LSD, 14" rims, 2.25" Exhaust, Snorkel, Dual Batteries, DVD Player, UHF, VHF, etc. Offically now part of the 350, 000 km Club! :) And still pulling like a freight train.
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"Claudia"
82 MY Wagon - EA81T, RS Liberty WIAC, 5 Speed Dual Range, Tuned Suspension, 14" Rims 27" Tyres, 2" Body Lift Kit, Apline Head unit, UHF, Roof Console, L Series seats, Soon to have New Paint, snorkel, Dual batteries, etc
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Post by Brumby Kid » Sat Dec 10, 2011 11:21 am

Matt wrote:Yes i did, i just liked the name, no research done.
Hahaha, yeah, i had a few names (can't remember them now)
and this one stood out and had a reason :P.

Why do we name our cars?
When life gives you a corner, drop a gear, pitch, and stomp the loud pedal
Bianca: 1991 Subaru Brumby
My First / Project car

EA81 Rebuilt by Tony Knight from knight Engines
2" body lift
25" 185r14 Yokahama Delivery Star, light truck tyres
2" Sports exhaust
Rear Aguip step/bar
Liberty seats
"Bianca"
[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
Dads Car: 02 Impreza WRX STi
Mums Car 08 Liberty Wagon

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Post by Brumby91 » Sat Dec 10, 2011 12:13 pm

Brumby Kid wrote:Why do we name our cars?

Generally because they are like females... Because.....
" If it's got Tit's or Wheels... It's gonna give you trouble!"
Bwha ha ha ha

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Post by Brumby Kid » Sat Dec 10, 2011 1:44 pm

Brumby91 wrote:Generally because they are like females... Because.....
" If it's got Tit's or Wheels... It's gonna give you trouble!"
Bwha ha ha ha
Bahahaha, that is the funniest thing ive heard for ages. Im still laughing.
True, you don't often see too many cars with a male name do you?
When life gives you a corner, drop a gear, pitch, and stomp the loud pedal
Bianca: 1991 Subaru Brumby
My First / Project car

EA81 Rebuilt by Tony Knight from knight Engines
2" body lift
25" 185r14 Yokahama Delivery Star, light truck tyres
2" Sports exhaust
Rear Aguip step/bar
Liberty seats
"Bianca"
[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
Dads Car: 02 Impreza WRX STi
Mums Car 08 Liberty Wagon

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Post by Brumby Kid » Tue May 15, 2012 8:35 pm

Soo far behind right now.
So where were we.
Will finish the right up on the tailgate later.
Interior.....

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stripped her out.

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Painted this on for sound deadening.

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Then the felt, i just bought a roll from a bulk carpet store.

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Cheers Cam
When life gives you a corner, drop a gear, pitch, and stomp the loud pedal
Bianca: 1991 Subaru Brumby
My First / Project car

EA81 Rebuilt by Tony Knight from knight Engines
2" body lift
25" 185r14 Yokahama Delivery Star, light truck tyres
2" Sports exhaust
Rear Aguip step/bar
Liberty seats
"Bianca"
[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
Dads Car: 02 Impreza WRX STi
Mums Car 08 Liberty Wagon

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Post by Brumby Kid » Tue May 15, 2012 8:36 pm

And some More

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Also have felt on the doors, its almost all back together. Mainly spending time on the engine bay brfore i get my engine back.

Cheers Cam
When life gives you a corner, drop a gear, pitch, and stomp the loud pedal
Bianca: 1991 Subaru Brumby
My First / Project car

EA81 Rebuilt by Tony Knight from knight Engines
2" body lift
25" 185r14 Yokahama Delivery Star, light truck tyres
2" Sports exhaust
Rear Aguip step/bar
Liberty seats
"Bianca"
[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
Dads Car: 02 Impreza WRX STi
Mums Car 08 Liberty Wagon

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Post by AshR » Tue May 15, 2012 9:06 pm

loving the sound deadening. I think my project might be up for that (possibly need new seats for RWC, haven't got the brumby yet) but if I'm pulling the seats out, may as well replace carpet and put sound deaden under it.

Great pics of a "what to expect"

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Post by Brumby Kid » Tue May 15, 2012 9:11 pm

Thanks mate,
Yeah mine are kinda stuffed, springs, foam and vinyl.
Dont think you need it for roadworthy.
Will get mine done one day after ive paid for the engine.
When life gives you a corner, drop a gear, pitch, and stomp the loud pedal
Bianca: 1991 Subaru Brumby
My First / Project car

EA81 Rebuilt by Tony Knight from knight Engines
2" body lift
25" 185r14 Yokahama Delivery Star, light truck tyres
2" Sports exhaust
Rear Aguip step/bar
Liberty seats
"Bianca"
[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
Dads Car: 02 Impreza WRX STi
Mums Car 08 Liberty Wagon

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Post by Silverbullet » Tue May 15, 2012 10:09 pm

Looking good Cam, let us know how that sound deadener performs if you get your car driving before mine (after I take mine off the road that is ;)) I'll be using the foam/foil backed stick on variety, will be interesting to compare.
Will it ever end!?
-EA81 TWIN CARB!!!!
-L series 5 speed
-Custom paint job
-2" lift
-Full custom re-wire
-L series front end
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Post by Brumby Kid » Tue May 15, 2012 10:22 pm

Yeah will do.
Like dynamat?
I think you can get something like that from clark rubber.
Looking forward to your next set of mods Sam.
What else are you planning?

Cheers Cam
When life gives you a corner, drop a gear, pitch, and stomp the loud pedal
Bianca: 1991 Subaru Brumby
My First / Project car

EA81 Rebuilt by Tony Knight from knight Engines
2" body lift
25" 185r14 Yokahama Delivery Star, light truck tyres
2" Sports exhaust
Rear Aguip step/bar
Liberty seats
"Bianca"
[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
Dads Car: 02 Impreza WRX STi
Mums Car 08 Liberty Wagon

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Post by Silverbullet » Wed May 16, 2012 6:53 pm

Yeah like Dynamat, I think it will be better for the wagon insides.
Most of my big ideas are in my sig ;) Well, they're the definites anyway. Anything else is a maybe at this point but I'll definitely have the L 5 speed, 2 inch lift, bullbar and rear swing-out tyre carrier.

But as I say, all ideas at this stage :)
Will it ever end!?
-EA81 TWIN CARB!!!!
-L series 5 speed
-Custom paint job
-2" lift
-Full custom re-wire
-L series front end
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Post by El_Freddo » Thu May 17, 2012 1:08 am

That paint on sound deadener goes well. I've used it on Ruby Scoo - I'm looking at doing her underside too but can't get her to stand still for long enough!

My Brother has used it in his truck including under the cab - he now swears by it and will be putting another layer or two on to see if he can reduce the cab noise even further.

I think you'll be happy with the results. The issue I have now is sorting out the wind noise :(

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