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100 dollar XT runs and drives
Posted 09 June 2005 - 11:08 AM
I still gotta bleed the brakes cuz I was by myself when I did the work, but other then that, its ready to get on the Alaska Marine Highway and get shipped to Petersburg, where it will serve as my deer hunting rig and grocery getter while I am on the fishing boat this summer.
One question about these MPFI non turbo motors. What is the HP and TQ ratings on the engines? It seems WAY peppier then SPFI engines and my modded carb engine. I'm guessin 10 hp more then the SPFI? It also looks like the redline is higher then my carb'd engine.
Oh yea, if anyone had a spare drivers side door window switch, lemme know, I need one.
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Posted 09 June 2005 - 10:18 PM
One thing I did notice is that the window sags a little bit in the back of the door. Kinda making me thing that the motor or regulator is shot.
Anyways, got the brakes bled out today. Thank god for subaru cross brake systems. The XT's are way harder to bleed then wagons because of the lower profile and less space around the tire and fender.
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