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@@@ !!!Subaru Justy!!! need recruits @@@

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You may think its just a silly little car.. you are being decived! thats part of it's plan! you forget one important fact, its a Subaru! :headbang:

 

Some people try to kill them, but they wont die! :horse:

 

Yes we are alive and well :cool:

 

And we mod the H3ll out of these little Devils :lol:

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We turbo charge them!

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http://subarujusty.proboards20.com/index.cgi?board=memberjustys&action=display&thread=1087379521&page=1

http://www.turbo-justy.prv.pl/

 

We cut them to pieces, and install Larger motors!

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http://sites.rapidus.net/labrecqj/justywrx/mods.html

http://sites.rapidus.net/labrecqj/justywrx/clips.html <---- killer video!

http://www.subarureview.com/pod.php?id=83 I wish!

 

We Rally the p!ss out of them!

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http://www.rallybc.com/photos/2004/RallyX/Feb28/mclaren_maxetak_justy.jpg

http://subarujusty.proboards20.com/index.cgi?board=rally

http://subarujusty.proboards20.com/index.cgi?board=memberjustys&action=display&thread=1149716877

http://subarujusty.proboards20.com/index.cgi?action=display&board=memberjustys&thread=1115500007&page=1

 

_- Join the dark side -_

http://subarujusty.proboards20.com/index.cgi

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I wanna get a Justy, they're neat lil cars.

 

Bump for the Justy. I bought two yesterday. One '90 with 4wd, RS style, hatchback two door. 67000 miles, white. Another '90, red one like the first except two wheel drive and a blown tranny.

 

I'm back in a good Justy. :)

Doug

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lol ill tell you what, find me a free or really cheap 4wd 5 speed justy in northern utah or south east idaho and ill be a believer. lol jk i just want one

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dont get me wrong i like the car and even better its a SUBARU

 

"BUT" i dont like the fact that subaru built a car that shares no related mechanical parts to the rest of the line , like every other large car company you cant just grab a axel from one and make it fit all the other models but with all other Subarus i can swap diffs , engines, trannys brakes ect.... from the 70s all the way to now i can still put a 2006 Engine out of a Baja in a 1983 wagon with small mods. but then there is the JUSTY its like the "red headed step child" not realy like the others but still a SUBARU , with its own set of problems and bennifits , good on gas , ECVT was costly to repare, still 4wd, 3cylinder , new engine type for subaru with it new types of problems .

 

I gess the reason " I " dont realy have any love for the JUSTY is that im a mechanical person and when you change something im use to working with you dont want to change :banghead: .

 

Lastly i would rather have a justy then any other type of small car eg. Sprint , fire fly , HONDA :burnout:

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+1 to rguyver

but justys rule just the same. I believe that they are the lightest production 4x4 available in the US.

I would like to do a rwd swap on one, if it would fit. or maybe a motorcycle engine.

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im hunting for one myself. great to run around town in :) and cute in a way only a mother could love :D

 

nipper

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Justys have the best coolness to weight ratio by far. Maybe I'll do one of those next instead of a hatch. Isn't the reason Justy's are so different because they are Suzuki based?

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Justys have the best coolness to weight ratio by far. Maybe I'll do one of those next instead of a hatch. Isn't the reason Justy's are so different because they are Suzuki based?

 

i think your thinking of the european justys. Those were suziki/geo metros.

The US ones are unique and subaru made. The engine im not sure about, but i think thats 100% subaru too.

 

nipper

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Just plain stupid... Umm, like music has more frequencies then 20hz to 200hz

 

 

 

 

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Me want....!

 

 

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Me want more..!!!

 

 

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Ohh YEAH!. Mud!

 

 

Wish I could get a 4WD Justy here is Aus.

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before 95 the justys were all Subaru, then the went to the suzuki plant.

 

Matt

 

 

In the US they stoped making the justy as we know it in the early 90's (94?). it was a unique US spec. The justy is alive and well in europe but its a suzuki metro rebadged.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subaru_Justy

 

nipper

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Justys are all most people need out of a car.

 

They have descent performance for a 3 cyl though, they're EXCEPTIONAL.

Just the other night, i pulled into the fast lane here in B.C. Canada and started passing tons of other vehicles at 5000RPM doing 135KPH and out of no where another car (one of those muscle 1970's cars) pulls up and passes me going much faster.

 

My Girlfriend says "Ha Ha he passed you!" and I looked at her with a straight face and said...

 

"He may have passed me... But it cost him $2.00 to pass me. I'll be home before I spend $2.00 whole dollars in gas!!!"

 

BC Rally Champs have used the 92 Justy for placing quite highly in standings.. These things are hard to beat on Ice with studded tires and 4wd locked in.

 

BC RALLY 2002:

 

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BC RALLY 2004:

 

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Justys love Rally Racing... Especially against easy competition like this photo Shows:

 

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+1 to rguyver

but justys rule just the same. I believe that they are the lightest production 4x4 available in the US.

I would like to do a rwd swap on one, if it would fit. or maybe a motorcycle engine.

 

Just take out the frount drive shafts :banana::)

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Just take out the frount drive shafts :banana::)
I was talking about some sort of engine with potential!:grin:

 

I nearly put a note on a 91 justy asking if they would sell the other day, but didnt. I see plenty of them around but they are never for sale.

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Wow, on a whim, (after my 85 sooby wagon overheated and died) I bought two justy's (from the same owner) to save on gas. Thanks for helping me realize the value in this decision. One is a 90 w/76k (2wd 5spd), the other, an 89 w/120k (4wd 5spd w/webber carb). The 89 is white with the two black stripes on the front hood, giving it a sporty look. They both run, the 90 is idling too high, over 2000 rpm. the owner just started it up a couple days ago, and it just started doing this all of a sudden. Anyone have an idea why this would be happening? thanks, everyone, for all your justy encouragement!

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hey boozen, good choice! I hope you get lots of good use out of those justy's

 

If you get a chance try and post some pictures :burnout:

 

As of the idle problem is the 90 justy MPFI?

 

might be the throttle position sensor...

 

you might have already but i'd ask the same question here.

http://subarujusty.proboards20.com/index.cgi

 

:headbang:

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Thanks Dukie, and welcome to the board. I forgot to mention the 90 is a carb. No digital camera yet, but would like to experiment w/pictures soon. I'll check out the other site, as you suggested. Thanks again!

hey boozen, good choice! I hope you get lots of good use out of those justy's

 

If you get a chance try and post some pictures :burnout:

 

As of the idle problem is the 90 justy MPFI?

 

might be the throttle position sensor...

 

you might have already but i'd ask the same question here.

http://subarujusty.proboards20.com/index.cgi

 

:headbang:

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This is awesome! I love the Justy and always have. I have known Subarus since birth as my dad used to work on them. My mom had a red '74 4WD wagon and from that car on we probably had over 500 different Subies. I had pics of me working on them when I was a teeny kid. My first car was an '88 RX. I currently drive an '01 Impreza coupe. My friends call me the Subaru Whore... Haha..

 

I have been searching for a Justy for so long. A friend of my dad's bought an '88 4WD 2dr 5spd when I was a kid and I would always ask him for rides in it. It was my favourite Suby because it was teeny, a blast, and still 4WD!!

 

Anyway I may have found one, if so I will post pics if I get it. I hope so - I drove it and even though it has a lot of problems, it made me laugh and chuckle the whole time - it's so awesome...

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wombatsauce, thats awesome! I hope you get one you like :)

 

This is a link to my Justy. I love this little car. but am thinking of selling it to finance an new motor for my Subaru Gl turbo. I blew a head gasket, and it's got 200,000 miles on that motor, so it's about time for a new JDM crate motor. :confused:

 

 

 

 

http://subarujusty.proboards20.com/index.cgi?board=memberjustys&action=display&thread=1149755014

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wombatsauce, thats awesome! I hope you get one you like :)

 

This is a link to my Justy. I love this little car. but am thinking of selling it to finance an new motor for my Subaru Gl turbo.

 

And if you sell it please let me know!

 

I will have to figure out how to get it back to MI, but I can come up with something...

 

Matthew

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Wooo! Got the Justy I wanted and just finished a few maintenance items. It only had 50k miles, but the girl that owned it didn't really maintain it for the last year. A thermostat, cap, rotor, oil change and plugs has woken it up. Such a fun little car! Major stokage... Awesome little city car.

 

Cheers!

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