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#1 thephoneguy

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Posted 19 January 2006 - 01:11 PM

just purchased a jdm. 94 twin turbo out of a legacy wagon. i just went down to the store to get a book on it and found out that it doesn't mention the twin turbo. only the stuff made for the usa.

how do i get info on a jdm twin turbo. i need the wire and hose route diagram.

i'm taking out my old type 4 vw/porsche and going water cooled.

i'm using kennedy eng for the adapter plate and elect diagram but i need really good info on the engine.

it came with the tranny, which i didn't need, but now it is looking real nice and i'm thinking that an automatic in the buggy would be kinda nice.

#2 Sweet82

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Posted 19 January 2006 - 04:10 PM

Welcome to the board!

I'm not sure why your post got moved but if you re-phrase your question it should fit in the "Newer Subaru" forum without getting moved.
You may get better exposure for your question in that forum?

Good knowledgable folks in the newer forum.
I've had great luck with that type of request in there.

Also you may try a search for JDM and see if you find anything helpful.

Good Luck with the project!
Glenn,
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