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'05 outback intake manifold differences?


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#1 Jerry DeMoss

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Posted 17 October 2005 - 01:25 AM

The company I work for just got 2 used '05 outback xt's for our fleet and upon my general inspection I noticed that they have totally different intake manifold set up. One mfg date is 11/04 and the other is 2/05.I realize that there may be some difference just because of the dates. Both of them are the EJ25 N/A motors.I guess the real reason I am inquiring is just that I am curious.Both are very awesome cars.I was glad that my slight persuasion to the executive board ended up in 2 subarus to the fleet.Yay!I would much rather work on subes anyway.:)

#2 Kostamojen

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Posted 17 October 2005 - 01:48 AM

Is one plastic while the other is metal? Or are they just two different metal shapes?

It could be that one is a PZEV motor while the other is not...

Regular:

http://community.web...144545129Fknpbp

PZEV:

http://community.web...144543754vzXDrJ

#3 outback_97

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Posted 17 October 2005 - 09:21 AM

:confused:

Outback XT=turbo 2.5

These are n/a or turbo?

That's great you got two Subie's in the fleet. My boss used to work for GM, so guess what we have here for company vehicles.

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#4 Kostamojen

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Posted 17 October 2005 - 02:02 PM

:confused:

Outback XT=turbo 2.5

These are n/a or turbo?


Both of them are the EJ25 N/A motors.


I dont think they are XT's if they have N/A motors.




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