Holly Subaru Broken Crankshaft Batman
This is really cool! Subaru's new two-piece crankshaft! John Edwards @ Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine Shop describes it too you. (949) 631-6376 Don't forget to 'Click' and SUBSCRIBE!
1999 SUBARU LEGACY GT THAT I JUST FUCKING TOTALED!!!!!!!!NOOOOOOOOOOO
Mad Cow Subaru Gymkhana rally drift racing Ken Block tribute
Our tribute to the Ken Block Gymkhana Practice video. Be sure to check that video out, it's amazing. A 1990 Subaru Legacy wagon with over 200,000 miles was used for all stunts. Be sure to rate and comment on how you think we did with our version of their video. My car cost less than one set of tires he uses in his video. All slides are under power, the e-brake doesn't work.
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The Subaru Legacy is a mid-size car built by Japanese automobile manufacturer Subaru since 1989, available as a sedan or wagon. Part of the original design goals for the Legacy model was to provide Subaru a vehicle in which they could compete in the lucrative North American midsize market against competitors Honda Accord and Toyota Camry. Higher performance variants of the Legacy are offered as competitive alternatives to compact executive cars such as the Audi A4, Alfa Romeo 159 and BMW 3 Series. The Legacy also serves as Subaru's flagship car.
In 1996, a variant of the Legacy with heightened suspension called the Legacy Outback was introduced to compete in the burgeoning sport-utility vehicle class and proved to be a sales success for Subaru. The Outback line was split into its own model in 2000, known as the Subaru Outback.
It is unique in its class for offering all wheel drive as a standard feature, and Subaru's traditional boxer engine. The Legacy bears the name Liberty in Australia out of deference for Legacy Australia, a veterans' assistance organization. As of 2008, 3.6 million Legacies have been built since its 1989 introduction.
Production of the fifth generation 2010 Subaru Legacy began the last week of May 2009 at the Indiana location, and was unveiled at the 2009 New York Auto Show. According to the Subaru website in Japan, the Legacy was introduced in Japan on May 20, 2009. The Legacy B4 2.5GT tS tuned by STi was introduced to Japan June 12, 2010. May 2010, the "EyeSight" feature introduced on the previous generation Legacy was re-introduced on the Japan-spec Touring Wagon and Outback.
The new for this generation Lineartronic continuously variable transmission is used internationally on the EJ25 2.5 L flat-4 engine and the EJ20 in some markets, with a 6-speed manual transmission also offered only in North America and Australia. The 2.5GT uses a turbocharger with a 6-speed manual transmission used exclusively in Japan and North America with Australia being able to choose between the 6-speed manual or 5-speed automatic transmission; vehicles identified as "3.6R" use the EZ36 flat-6 engine with a 5-speed SportShift conventional automatic transmission. The Lineartronic CVT transmission is also shared with the JDM-spec Subaru Exiga on AWD models. The North American PZEV Legacy 2.5i continues to be available in all 50 states, unlike other manufacturers who only sell PZEV certified vehicles in states that have adopted California emission standards.
Internationally, the EZ36 flat-6 engine is used in the Outback only, but is also available in the Legacy sedan in both North America and Australia. The Japan-spec vehicle has discontinued using the EJ20 engine which increases vehicle tax liability for Japanese buyers, offering the EJ25 in both turbo and non-turbo versions. "SI-Drive" is standard equipment on all Japanese-spec vehicles, and both the Australian 2.5GT and the 3.6R sedan, but not in North America. SI-Drive is standard on the international Outback with the EZ36 except North America. The Legacy wagon is available as an Outback only in North America, whereas the wagon is available as both a Legacy and Outback in Japan, the UK, Australia, and Europe. In the UK, only the wagon is offered, with engine choices limited to the Subaru EE20 turbodiesel or the EJ25. In Europe and certain Asian countries, the EJ20 is still offered in both the sedan and a wagon, alongside the EE20 turbodiesel and the EJ25. The EE20 turbodiesel is available in Australia in the Outback. The European and UK Legacy EE20 diesel, the EJ20 and the EJ25 gasoline engines are Euro5 emission standard compliant.
Bilstein struts are offered only in Japan, the UK, Europe, and Australia as either standard or optional equipment based on trim packages offered in the specified markets. G-Book, a vehicle telematics service, is offered optionally on all Legacies sold in Japan.
This is the ninth Subaru vehicle to offer a CVT transmission; the first was the Subaru Justy (1987--1994), followed by the Subaru Rex (1987--1992), the Subaru Vivio (1992--1998), the Subaru Pleo (1998--current), the Subaru R1 coupe (2004--current), the Subaru R2 5-door hatchback (2003--current), the Subaru Sambar (1990--1995 only), and the Subaru Exiga starting September 2009.
Dyno 2005 Subaru Legacy GT 5EAT with VF-40/18G
My Legacy being tuned at Revolutions Performance. The mods include a VF-40/18G, X02 FMIC and CBE, PDE UP, Crucial HFC MP, K&N Typhoon, and 255lph Walbro Fuel Pump. ECU management via Cobb Accessport. The Heartbreaker Dynoed at 234whp, which is as real as it gets...On a Dynojet thats 290WHP...The car is Freakin Fast!!!...Thanks to Revolutions Performance in Colorado Springs!!!!
Wheelandtorque.com presents Eldon's 1998 Subaru Legacy Outback Wagon
After sitting for about four years, Eldon Scarlett's dream car was finally created. When three different shops unsuccessfully completed his project - and on many occasions left it in worse shape than it had been in - Eldon got smart and contacted Noam Eli of SubyKing Motorsports. Together, the two of them mapped out a solid plan for a complete rebuild and a month later, it was finished.
Watch this video to find out more!
1998 Subaru Legacy Outback Wagon
JDM EJ20G Shortblock
ARP case studs
ARP head bolt studs
2002 WRX port and polished heads
Gates racing belt
DW 800cc injectors
Perrin fuel rails
Walbro 255 pump
WRX intake manifold and throttle body
Custom Intercooler core and piping
Mishimoto oil catch can
Mishimoto coolant reservoir
Cometic head gasket
Full 3 inch Exhaust
Modified WRX wiring harness
2003 WRX ECU
turbo Mike tune
JDM Version 7 STI 6-Speed Transmission
JDM Version 7 Limited-Slip Differential Rear End
Custom shop aluminum one-piece driveshaft
Agency Power short-throw shifter
Clutchmasters 14 pound flywheel
Group N motor and transmission mounts
WRX front subframe and crossmember
JDM Version 7 Brembo calipers
DBA front and rear rotors
Stainless steel brake lines
JDM STI front seats
Custom STI interior
ARP wheel studs
2013 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Limited Review on Everyman Driver
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