On to another Subaru. This time its a back-up vehicle so reliability was less important. I had some GF (GC) chassis cars and a brief experience with a 2011 GR chassis. Wanted to try a bugeye ever since they became legal. Bought locally within Alberta. Cost to import has gone up too much… Here she is. A november build 2000 wrx hatchback (GGA). An sti would've been preferred but GGB's are rare and too $$ for what I want. Work wheels and the same fujitsubo exhaust as the GF8 I imported in 2012. More pic to come, but it snowed last night and I'll build some snowmen first. Plans are to make it more acceptable for a daily, probably in this order: - diagnose high rpm fuel cut ("fixed", the tune on early GGA's only allow full boost above 70% throttle, limited to wastegate pressure before then) - boost gauge, pillar mount - polish those headlight - replace coolant hoses/coolant - block heater & oil pan heater - buy winters on wheels - yellow film on fog lights - replace broken key fob - new double din - replace steering wheel with a mono airbag wheel or similar - remote starter - replace projectors with upgraded ones (has the stock hid projectors from an sti) On the drive home, it seems like the car looses boost above 3750rpm. Likely some type of safety fuel-cut mode coming on. My suspicions on the following: - the chip key is broken. Maybe its in some type of valet mode that cuts fuel above XXXXrpm? - the waste gate is sticking and it's over boosting (need a boost gauge) - other ideas are appreciated All in all, its nice to in a lighter rhd again.