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Turbo Exhaust for 93 4wd Loyale.

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Hello,

 

I am new to this site.  I have a 93 4WD Subaru Loyale.  Needs a new exhaust.  Multiple holes. Anyways I am slowly working on it to be a sleeper.  I want a exhaust with a turbo muffler.  Just looking for suggestions, anything helps.  Thanks.

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Recently found out that the original owner swapped out the motor for a 1986 motor.  Found a hand written wiring diagram and probably did so for the MPFI and Turbo.  Thanks.

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An aftermarket muffler can be bought anywhere.  There is nothing special about Subaru mufflers, other than power loss from the small diameter exhaust system.  A 2 1/2" diameter system coming off of the first cathodic downpipe, that eliminates the 2nd cathodic gismo, will give you better power.

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Recently found out that the original owner swapped out the motor for a 1986 motor.  Found a hand written wiring diagram and probably did so for the MPFI and Turbo.  Thanks.

So, are you saying that your 93 has an MPFI/Turbo motor in it?

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An aftermarket muffler can be bought anywhere.  There is nothing special about Subaru mufflers, other than power loss from the small diameter exhaust system.  A 2 1/2" diameter system coming off of the first cathodic downpipe, that eliminates the 2nd cathodic gismo, will give you better power.

Yeah I know that Subaru's are not special pertaining to their mufflers.  I am just curious of exhaust suggestions. 

 

 

So, are you saying that your 93 has an MPFI/Turbo motor in it?

 

That's exactly what I am saying.  I did not know this when I bought it.  I bought it from the second owner.

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The cheapest route would be to locate the same exhaust in an acceptable condition at a U-Pull-It.

 

The non-cheapest route would be to purchase pipe at the desired diameter and have it bent.

-That is, unless you've a buddy with a bender that'll work for six-packs ; )

(Pipe is cheap, bending is not)

 

In terms of a muffler, you'll most likely be happy with anything if it's from a good, trusted brand.

Characteristics to consider - Price, Size, Throaty or not, loud?

 

Perhaps consult a local Subie shop - I'm sure there's some in Colorado - ask them to chime in.

Good contacts can often be met with little work.

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