1994 Subaru Loyale Murdered out-Offroading to DubStep
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Young Teenage kids who conform to all laws of society are swayed after stepping into the drivers seat of a 1994 Subaru Loyale....Black Cherryyyyyyy The influential Rebel
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300+ HP Subaru Loyale Wagon
A 1990 Subaru Loyale wagon with a tuned up EJ255 from a 2007 WRX.
Drivetrain sourced from a Subaru XT.
The bad part is that this engine was only in the car temporarily. It was
soon installed into a much newer Subaru, which means no more videos. I
really wish I had been able to get more footage!
This car belonged to my Subaru enthusiast buddy, I film many different
vehicles as well as my own.
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
1990 Subaru Loyale wagon: Tour, Quick Drive
Here's my 1990 Loyale wagon. Finally had time to do a tour and a drive
(nobody home to watch me and clear roads XD)
Here's the specs:
1.8L SPFI H4 engine
90lbs/foot torque at 4000RPM
3 Speed 3AT Automatic gearbox (2.8:1 , 1.5:1. 1:1)
0-60 = Yes, it can go that fast.
Theoretical Speed Limit: 113MPH (Engine hits redline, any faster and the transmission can blow up as
Gas Mileage: 23/24 City/Highway (32 with new plugs, tires, timing belt)
UPDATE: I have crashed it. but i'm still driving it!
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.
92 Subaru 2500 4WD
This is a walkaround of my 1992 2500 4WD Loyale after the Ej swap. The
engine is a 2.5L SOHC Ej series engine out of a 02 impreza Rs. EA 82
drivetrain w/xt6 clutch and Sjr Lift EA to Ej engine adapter. Full Working
OBD2 Readout . Ralli-Tek PP6 programable Engine control unit, modified cold
air intake to fit, Perrin Light Weight Crank Pully, etc. Engine and Ecu
Wiring was done By adam@ Northwest Rally Sports.
Subaru RX off-road 1
Ej22 engine. Full time 4wd, center diff lock 1.59 low range, 3.700 final
ratio. 6cm bodylift. 5cm suspension lift. 31x10.5 R15 tyres
[HD] '90 Subaru Loyale Offroading (May 23, 2013)
Nothing major. Just some light offroading that is well within the
capabilities of the car. I never even switched into 4WD Hi, let alone 4WD
Lo. Entire video was done in FWD. I didn't want to do anything major, since
my engine is still relatively new to my car. Plus, without a lift kit,
ground clearance is definitely an issue for major offroading.
Anyways, just driving through the woods in my Soob. Nice to be in the
Subaru's natural habitat. :P I would've gone much further on the trail, but
as I started climbing in elevation, I reached some snow. Snow is nothing
for the Subaru, but again, ground clearance is an issue. Snow is
unpredictable and I can get high-centered if I'm not careful. By the time I
got to the snow, I was far from civilization. Without another person in
another car, I didn't feel comfortable continuing by myself. Headed back,
and good thing because I lost one fog light along the way. Was able to
retrieve the light and hook it back up. :P
Location is Tinkham RD, east of North Bend, WA. Exit 42 off of I-90.
Definitely a great spot, from what I can tell. First time being there, and
I'll definitely go back soon!