3WD Subaru race wagon at Loveday after October RC09 (monday) - Rock Crusher
After the racing on Saturday and Sunday I tried to finish off the Race
Wagon on what Loveday 4x4 Park has on offer. The racing took its toll on
this wagon the third time there, broke a diff stub and lost a rear axle.
Also snapped a rear shocker. The front struts were bent again. And 2nd gear
blew a couple of hours before this video.
This is the "Rock Crusher" at Loveday 4x4 Park in SA on the Murray River.
Considering the water depth and only 3WD (yes that wasn't a spelling
mistake!) I am surprised at making it out of the hole.
2.5 inch Cherrybomb - Ned
This is the Custom Exhaust on my car.
1986 Subaru GL Sedan. EA82 1.8L Carburetor Engine.
Cherrybomb is a 2.5 inch. Sounds pretty awesome!
Ned and I will be at West Coast Subaru Show 13 this year!
I dont wanna hear any "hater" comments, I dont care if you dont like my car
or not, I love my car, he goes from Point A - Point B and does it safely,
and fast ;)
Hillclimbing in a subaru loyale!
This hill was a lot steeper than it looks on video! Plus the car has 272k
miles on it and a blown head gasket! Still going strong though...
1994 subaru loyale $3000
no oil or volt gauge?
push button 4x4
clean as a whistle
[HD] '90 Subaru Loyale Shift Linkage Replacement
Sorry for the black screen at the end. Random rendering glitch, I assume.
My shifter in my car used to suck. It was really hard to find fifth and
reverse, first and second gear looked like third and fourth, and there was
lots of play in the shifter when in gear. The answer? My shifter bushings
were shot. I went to the junkyard and just took the entire shift linkage
out of a car with good bushings. Definitely was worth it, since my shifter
feels great now.
1990 Subaru Loyale EA82 D/R 5-speed
1973 Subaru GL1400 Coupe at AlphaCars in Boxborough MA
1973 Subaru with original 63Kmi at AlphaCars. Two owner car (both very
caring), Solid Body, minimal under-body surface rust, no structural rust.
Car was treated by "Rusty Jones" several times. It has a very solid Maaco
paint job that was done about three years ago and holds up really good.
Engine has typical Subaru light thumping noise at idle that according to
the owner was there for years. Car drives perfect, excellent brakes and new
tires, new clutch and new alternator. Very clean interior, minor wear
through the driver's side carpet to the left of the clutch pedal. Seats ant
trim are perfect with the exception of the driver's seat bolster that has a
Motor WTF Revisited: Subaru Leone STi
Motorweek if somebody like Jeremy Clarkson or perhaps someone from Firesign
Theatre had changed the format as wildly as the original Top Gear.
Featuring the Subaru Leone 'STi" review you've not quite heard of.
Some guy driving a Subaru in a circle had to be edited out of the original,
sort of. Halfway.
Subaru Loyale Hill Climb
Just a short video showing my Subaru's hill climbing power, haha. It was a
steep hill, and I made it up with little wheelspin. First time I went up, I
was greeted by another vehicle. With no place to turn around, I backed down
the hill. Front wheels locked up easily, as you could see me sliding. We
chatted for a minute, and I gave the hill another go. Made it up again, and
came back down the right way. ;)
1990 Subaru Loyale wagon, 5-speed manual, D/R 4WD, non-turbo EA82, stock ride height and suspension.
[HD] 1990 Subaru Loyale -- My Second Car
So basically this is a walkaround and overview of my new car, a red 1990
Subaru Loyale wagon. My old car, the 1981 Subaru GL wagon, died from a
cracked block or head and was towed away on Easter, 2012. A week after, I
picked this up. When I bought it, it had three main problems. The first was
the battery was dead from sitting for a couple months. Fixed this because I
had a new battery installed in my old car a couple months before it died,
and I just transferred it over. The second problem was the tires would go
flat within a day or two. Fixed this by buying a set of four wheels/tires
off the Ultimate Subaru Message Board for $30, swapped them out, and sold
my set for $20 on the message board. The third and final problem is the
passenger axle. Both the inner and outer boots are torn, and the actual
axle is bad. Went to the Pick-N-Pull to get an axle, but I didn't have the
right tools. Instead, I got two new headlights (the originals were yellowed
and not bright), a new clock, two speakers, a bunch of fuses, and a couple
headlight bulbs. This car is better than my old one because it's go 90 horsepower (versus
73), runs better, has five gears, and is fuel injected. It's also got a
softer suspension for a better ride. Still has on-demand 4WD, so that's
useful. It's just overall a better car. I'm glad I got it. Be looking
forward to dashcam videos!!