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New Member 1994 Legacy Turbo Wagon

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#1 subiedoobydoo


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Posted 19 August 2005 - 12:40 PM


I am a new member of this forum, and also just purchased a 1994 Legacy Turbo Wagon, with 135k on it. Auto Tranny. It looks awesome, and super clean in and out. Its white with Black interior. Previous owner had installed a new 2001 wrx turbo, and a new intercooler which is mounted right under the hood scoop in rear engine area. Boost and air/fuel gauges installed too. I would appreciate any suggestions you can provide and what to expect with a turbo legacy, as I have never owned a turbo subaru before. I have 3 other gen. 1 legacys, but this is the only turbo. I was told they are rare. Any preventative maintenance I should do? Timing belt and w/pump were done at 121k. Has original turbo wagon 15" wheels which are starting to peel and flake, but no rust, and it looks fantastic. Muffler looks original and on its way out. Thanks in advance for the info.


#2 offroadsubaruguy


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Posted 19 August 2005 - 12:47 PM

they are rare, but just treat it like you would any other subaru as far as maintainance goes, and it will last you forever.... oh and by the way, im jealous:slobber:

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