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I'm pretty sure this is issued because the car is running rich and I have a check engine light to how can i find one
so i am pretty new to subaru's I have driven them and helped a few pepole do small stuff. But any way I was on CL the other day saw a ad selling a ej22 phase for 75 bucks 150 with the manifold (ad said it had a spun bearing). So i figured hell why not just buy it and learn on the worst thing that could happen is I learn something new. Got it home started to take it apart i should have the block split by today. So my goal as of right now is throw better cames on it new rods and pistons boost it and throw it in something lol. So the pics are what i have taken apart right now. Update:i saw this ad cl for 2005 impreza sti heads anyone know if this will fit if so do you for see any issues i may run into?
I've never posted a meet before, but I believe they go in this section, right? Anyways, MR_Loyale and myself are planning an old-school meet on the weekend of the 27th. While talking at WCSS, we thought there weren't any regular old-school Subaru meets, but we thought it'd be nice to have one. In the future, we might be planning a meet every month or so. This meet will be at Mt. Rainier, Washington. Specifically, we are planning to go to Cougar Rock Campground. This campground is just south of the mountain. I believe the campground closes after that weekend, so we will be the last people in. It's first come first serve, so no guarantees that you can find a campsite. Online, it says the fee will be $12-$15. If for any reason Cougar Rock is unavailable (e.g. all sites are full, road is closed, campground is closed, etc.), then the closest alternative is White River Campground. It's located just northeast of Mt. Rainier, and costs $12 to get in. This too is first come first serve, so no guarantees on a spot here. Both campgrounds feature water, flush toilets, and fire grates. Cougar Rock sits at 3180 ft high in elevation, and White River sits at 4400 ft high. I think the thing I want to stress is, no guarantees. I don't know if the campgrounds will close prematurely; I don't know if the roads will be accessible; I don't know what the weather will be like. Think of it as going at your own risk. If you're interested in joining us, just let me know.
My Mom works at the southcenter mall and just informed me that her Green 1996 legacy with Oregon plates was just stolen from the 3rd floor parking garage of said mall. car is RUSTY on the roof near the roof racks. There are waaay too many old soobs getting stolen around these parts. We will find you, Ima get my Sam Jackson on...... My mom works 60 hour weeks and does not have an extra car. she just relocated to WA recently. She is a naturopathic healer, so enjoy the worst karmatic a s s kicking of a lifetime. ill get the lic # up here soon. time to buy a club for your early ejd soobs guys thanks RV