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Masterofreach

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    Portland, Oregon
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    Through Subaruxt.com’s forums
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    I was told to come here to be able to find a Subaru XT turbo, not sure what else y’all wanna knkw
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  1. Just found this page, what's the deal with CTS connections? My car's been having some issues and I might wanna look into whatever this might be
  2. Thank you so much! I'll try to get this done soon, this is very helpful!
  3. If you could scan the wiring diagram for a digital combination meter on an XT Turbo that would be so appreciated. I've linked a picture of what the 1988 FSM (After the time of the turbo, sadly) looks like below: I'm not quite sure how the fuel sender and temperature sensor swap/refit works yet, so if anyone else sees this and has any pointers let me know
  4. Currently working on putting an XT Turbo (1987, I believe) digidash in my '89 XT6, looks like I gotta repin some stuff, so I'm hoping someone here can help me locate a FSM or diagram pre-1988 that has the digital instrument cluster wiring diagrams. Also any tips on tachometer/fuel sender/temp sensor are greatly appreciated!
  5. Wow. I really admire the work put into and condition of the car, but wow. Lambo doors can't be an easy task, and that scoop reminds me of the old Firebirds
  6. Doesn't seem like someone has nabbed it yet, I hope to see you guys back there when it's up
  7. Yea I had to send an email to one of the guys who runs it, I believe it was Austin. It definitely ran on an older platform. and as such had limitations, but I hope the near two decades of posts there aren't lost in time.
  8. Does anyone know what happened to Subaruxt.com? It was a great forum and it would be a shame to lose all of the good information that was stored there over the years. (for anyone else trying to look for old posts here is a link to a relatively recent archive of the site: https://web.archive.org/web/20190627171631/http://subaruxt.com/)
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