superior form. intelligent function

The Project is an Irish based company that originated back in 2009 when a 1999 STI Type R V6 - purchased a few years prior - was side-lined for greatness! The intention was to build a 1997/98 WRC S5

WRC replica, but what was soon discovered was  there was a severe shortage of quality parts available.


In 2012  we decided to start producing high-end parts at affordable prices, such as Thermal Inlet Spacers & FIA Spec Alloy Firewalls.

Then in September 2017 came the big news that we had developed and could now supply the very best, high-quality Carbon Fibre WRC panels available for 1997-99 Impreza WRC cars. We had painstakingly developed these to be the best fitting parts out there bar none! Over 1000 hrs went into developing these and it really showed in the quality of fit.

What started out as a ‘grass-roots’ build has grown into something so much bigger and will continue to as our very own  S5 WRC demo car progresses with new products being continually developed & released.

Jamie Flett - Owner/Director


Mon - Fri: 8am - 5pm

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Niall Magee - I couldn't recommend The Projects WRC kits highly enough. Absolute work of art and fit together perfectly. Other kits are available but require re-shaping, loads of fillers and are still just middle of the road in my opinion. Pleasure to fit, lightweight, tough and perfect fitment  10/10 

Ian Godney - My Kit is No 2 , the first customer kit released. I had been watching Jamie's post on the RA forum showing him making the kit  and I could see the passion and quality in his work. I have very high standards in my work, so decided it was what I wanted. Yes, the kit was expensive compared to cheaper fiber-glass kits, buts it's like comparing apples and pears! I used to rally an ex-works WRC Impreza, which would regularly get damaged  and with no original panels available anymore, I had to rely on fiber-glass panels, which were quite expensive  but would cost just as much as buying them, to have the modified and tweaked to fit the shape  and never did  & the panel gaps were all over the place. When Kit 2 was delivered to me  the quality was obvious. Even placing the wings in place, they just fell into place with perfect gaps , I couldn't pick any faults whatsoever. The rear quarter panels are more involved than just a fiber-glass over-panels bonded to the original quarter panel. You remove the whole quarter panel and replace it with the perfectly fitting carbon fibre one. It is more work like fitting a complete panel , but the finished job looks  factory finish. The finish on the panels would be good enough to clear coat , and if you could get the same quality doors , boot and bonnet would make for a really cool looking car... but my car was always going to be Subaru blue. I  cannot fault the car now finished...  it looks amazing  and is exactly like what was in my head - probably better.  So would I recommend this kit? Damn right I would!!!

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