What is a blob eye Subaru?

What is a blob eye Subaru?

Subaru WRX Blobeye (2003 to 2006) Introduced in late 2003, the Blobeye was a redesign version of the Bugeye WRX, with the new front fascia, front and rear bumper, and headlights (hence the name).

Where is the engine code on a Subaru?

Subaru uses a four or five character code to identify all of their engines.

  1. The first letter is always E standing for engine (before the introduction of FB engine series)
  2. The second letter is the engine’s family.
  3. Next come two digits indicating the engine’s displacement (or revision before 1989)

What years was the blob eye Subaru?

Wind the clock back 13 years and the flagship Subaru still bore the Impreza name. This was arguably the best-looking of all the Imprezas, nicknamed the Blobeye generation and built for just a couple of years between 2004 and 2005.

What year is the Hawkeye Subaru?

2006 (the ‘Hawkeye’ year) saw the Subaru WRX receive a 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder, which made 300 hp in the STI, Hagerty reports. The base car made 230 hp on paper, Motor Trend reports, but in reality, it developed quite a bit more.

Where is the chassis number on Subaru Impreza?

The V.I.N. is recorded and located in a number of locations which can vary from model to model. Locations can include the vehicle firewall, build plate located in the engine bay or base of the passenger side ‘B’ pillar.

How do I know what trim my Subaru is?

Get the VIN number from the car and google VIN number look up and this should help you find the trim for that car.

When did the Subaru blobeye WRX come out?

Debuting at the end of 2003, the Blobeye WRX was much more styled in order to look modern, sporty, and fast. The new look of the WRX also ushered in new aftermarket body designs since the car sat lower to the ground and had slightly squared body parts.

What are the engine codes for a Subaru Impreza?

“GD & GG” = applies to all 2nd gen. (New Age) Impreza models regardless of body or engine type. Engine codes are as follows: EJ20G = 2.0L turbo WRX engine used in early GC8 models. EJ20K = 2.0L turbo WRX STi engine used in Version III & IV models. EJ205 = 2.0L turbo WRX engine used in all 1999 to current WRX models.

Where is the chassis plate on a Subaru?

The chassis plate for your Subaru can be found under the hood, on the strut tower for GC8 and GD chassis vehicles and in the left front door-jam of the GR and VA chassis vehicles. What is the version of my vehicle? Subaru coined the term ‘Version’ with this release of the first WRX STI Version 1.

What kind of chassis does a Subaru WRX have?

The WRX sedan is known as a GDA, the WRX STI sedan a GDB, the WRX wagon a GGA and the bugeye-only STI wagon a GGB. Generally, all variations are referred to as the GD chassis. This generation started in 2000 and went through until 2007. GR Subaru decided it was time for the WRX STI to become a true hot-hatch when it launched the GRB generation.