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1990 Subaru Legacy Wagon !!!

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#1 cholms


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Posted 14 October 2012 - 08:39 PM

This is the begining of the 1990 subaru legacy !

I bought it for $400. The car started up fine but the clutch was shot. I replaced it with a stock clutch. Did the work with a mechanic i work with. The struts and springs are also shot have yet to replace them . I ended up spray painting the car because it was a variety of colors. I spent $56 on primer and medium grey gloss and it is now 1 solid color. I painted the steel rims as well.
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I purchased plugs, wires, and ignition coil for the car in the hopes of keepin her runnin but the motor has 235000 miles on it and lost compression in two cylinders. I purchased a 1999 ej22 motor for $120 and plan on using the block and parting out the rest. So far i got both motors out, the one from my legacy

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and the one out of my friends 1999 impreza outback sport. I have swapped over my clutch, flywheel, crank sensor, cam sensor . I have purchased a timing belt, idlers, waterpump, and thermostat. I plan on taking the heads from the 90 ej22 and getting them polished and ported at a machine shop. This is where im at. :headbang:

Edited by cholms, 16 October 2012 - 06:53 PM.
poorly put together

#2 wentz912


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Posted 15 October 2012 - 04:22 AM

I get that you're still in school, and that can make you lazy outside of those activities.

But for the LOVE OF GOD, PLEASE edit your post and break it down into manageable portions that use proper spelling and punctuation at minimum. I'd like to congratulate you on your work on the car, but I can't even read WTH you've done to it.

#3 cholms


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Posted 15 October 2012 - 09:10 AM

ill fix it :D

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