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  1. BRAND: Subaru MODEL: 1800 GLF Leone 83' ENGINE: EA81 NA Intake system: custom intake to adopt throttle body from EJ22 + BLOS LPG EXHAUST catless ,and no restriction muffler ELECTRONICS: Electric mirrors, Lambda, an additional radiator fan switch TRANSMISSION: Manual 4 gears, conversion to RWD, differential LSD SUSPENSION: Front McPerson with springs from BMW E32, rear torsion bar with new mounting holes (for lowering) and shocks from VW T4 BRAKES: Stock BODY-KIT: no WHEELS / TYRES: Rims original with 4x140, tires 175 / 60R13 INSIDE: Velour brightly colored coffee CAR-AUDIO: Original Radio CD Speakers enough 2x with one Rema HiFi column OTHER: Installation of LPG BRC with cylindrical tank 35L located on the back. Aluminium fuel tank 25L Evaporator BRC AT90. BLOS PLANS: efi convert [video=youtube]
  2. I have an 80 gl 4wd and i was wondering if i could do an rwd conversion without swapping transmissions and everything?
  3. I was just thinking how cool it would be to somehow get my 1990 subaru loyale to be rwd but still have the pushbutton 4wd. is there any cheap reliable way of doing this, is it worth it? Your thoughts
  4. Hey guys. Kicking around the idea of making a sweet v8 gl wagon. Mostly wondering about which motor/trans i would look into? Ive never really owned any muscle cars so i dont know where to start. Something simple paired with a cable operated trans would be awesome. Id like to be able to use the gls original rear end. Maybe a welded diff. Im thinking carbed for least amound of wiring. Id want to use as much of the gl as i could. Less money the better. I really just want to scare the crap out of fart can hondas with big smokey burnouts in a little old beater. I was planing to upgrade to stiffer suspention like bumblebeasts writeup.Rear disc swap and some wide 6 lugs. Thanks guys!
  5. I'm looking to convert my RX to rwd and I was wondering if any one could help me out on what I need to do
  6. As Many of you already know, I Travel too often and Usually I got a Camera nearby... Last travel I saw a Nice Subaru Loyale Sedan, dark grey and its Rear Part was too High than its Front, then I Noticed something "Wrong" with it. See: Well... it is not "Wrong", Just Unusual to see a Loyale's Rear Looking just like my 1969 Mercury Comet: With a Solid Axle big Diff and Leaf Springs Sorry: I Couldn't obtain better Pics, it was Late Afternoon and I Think I Scared the Driver, 'cos after the Third pic I Take, he did run more Faster... and I Slowed down to let him go in Peace... I Wish I Could ask him more Details of the Swap, but I Think it is a Rear Diff + Springs that came from a Toyota Corolla (1983 Wagon?) Nice Swap Idea, if you Consider that Good Quality Axles are Dissapearing and Poor Quality -ussualy Chinese- Brands are taking the Market... Also FWD Axles trend to fail too Often in our Roads. What do you Think About this? Could it be a Good Idea to make a Car More Reliable / Cheap to Drive \ Easy to Maintain? Kind Regards.
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