Subaru Impreza GC8 - 1993 - 2001

S5 WRC Carbon Panel Kits (2dr Coupe only)  


2 x Carbon Rear Quarter Panels
2 x  Carbon Sills 
2 x  Carbon Front Wings 
1 x  Carbon Rear Bumper
1 x Carbon Fr Bumper & Fog Covers
1 x Carbon S4 Front Splitter 
2 x Twintex Front Arch Liners

Impreza GC8 - FIA Spec Alloy Rear Firewalls   

- FIA Spec Alloy Rear Firewall

- Impreza GC8 (1992-2000) - 2dr & 4dr 

- CNC Precision Laser Cut


Kit Consists of:


- 1.5mm Aluminium Parcel Shelf Panel

- 1.5mm Aluminium Seat Back Panel

- 2 x 1.5mm Steel Filler Panels

Subaru 8mm Thermal Inlet Manifold Spacers   


Phase 1, Phase 1.5 & Phase 2 available to suit all models (1992-2012)

- Precision CNC cut  8mm Phenolic Resin.
- Helps supply cooler intake air. 
- For every 5 Degree reduction in intake manifold temperature,  power increases can be as much as 1%.
- Direct bolt-on fit to all EJ Engine Types - EJ20/22/257.
- Spacers are able to withstand 248 Degrees Fahrenheit. Subaru engines run at around 200 Degrees Fahrenheit... so they are well within a Subaru Boxer's Max. running temperature.
- Safe to run with Race Fuel, E85, E5 and Methanol.


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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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