I usually spend my time in the Older Gen section, but I'm getting ready for a new project. I'm about to reseal a junkyard EJ22 from a '94 Legacy auto with 105K on the clock, and drop it in a '94 Legacy manual, so I've been reading and cross-referencing all the advice and reseal threads on here in preparation.
Here's my factory shopping list, via my '90 Legact Factory Parts Manual and part number updates from 1stsubaruparts.com:
11831 AA210 Oil Separator Plate
8004 06140 x5 New Model Plate Bolts
8004 06150 Special New Model Plate Bolt
8069 31070 Wrist Pin Service Hole O-ring 31x2
8069 46030 x2 Cam O-rings 46.5x2
8067 32150 x2 Cam Seals 32x45x8
13271 AA051 x6 Valve Cover Bolt Washers
13294 AA012 x2 Valve Cover Gaskets
8069 23060 Oil Filler Neck O-ring 23.7x3.5
8069 17080 Oil Pickup O-ring 17.8x2.4
8069 10170 x2 Dipstick O-rings 10x2
8069 19050 Oil Pump O-ring 19.2x2.4
8067 33030 Front Crank Seal 33x49x8
21200 AA072 Thermostat
21236 AA010 Thermostat Gasket
8092 18270 V-Belt 18x6x877
44011 AC030 x2 Exhaust Gaskets
Here's my aftermarket shopping list, via Rockauto.com:
Water Pump Aisin #WPF002
Radiator Upper Hose Goodyear #62445
Radiator Lower Hose Gates #21852
Timing Kit Gates #TCK254
Clutch Kit Exedy #15010
Air Filter Denso #1432057
PCV Valve Beck/Arnley #0450031
Spark Plug Wires NGK #FX31
NGK spark plugs and a bypass hose, I'll pickup locally.
If the flywheel isn't beautiful, I'll have it resurfaced.
I've read that NGK spark plug wires are good enough to use without problems, unlike most aftermarket wires. Arguments?
I've read that the hydraulic tensioner piston cylinder device should just be compressed and reused. Arguments?
I see different part numbers for fuel injectors and ignition coils for manual and automatic cars, but I can't find any threads on here where they have caused problems for people. How are they different? Are there any problems interchanging them?
No need to suggest Ultra Grey RTV, I prefer anaerobic.
Is there anything else I'm not seeing? Anything that's missing from my list?