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By your Description of the Subaru Options in Iceland, I noticed that we have almost the Same here in Latin America; Turbo Models does not come with Dual Range, and we also have the 1.5L
(EJ15) and 1.6L (EJ16) Imprezas, with optional Dual Range.

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Edited by Loyale 2.7 Turbo

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The "One Reverse Light" tail lights Setup always comes with the single White One on the Passengers' Side

Almost all Latin American Countries has LHD Cars, like USA and Does Follow the USDM Standards, so Usually the "Dual-Reverse-Lights" Tail Lights' setup is more often seen, but since LADM (Latin American Domestic Market) is the World's "Oddball" you can see some Subies -and other cars- sold here with EUDM Specs, such like the "One-Reverse-Light" setup, without any especial reason...

 

The Subaru in the Following Photo, belongs to a Friend who lives in Ecuador, South America, The Single White Reverse Light is on the Passenger Side, 

 

Which is the Rear Right since since the Subie is LHD:

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But the RHD "One-Reverse-Light" Setups does have the single White Light at the Other Side; 

 


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Which still is on the Passenger Side, because this car is RHD.


By the way, this last one is an EA71 (1.6L) Engined Wagon.

Kind Regards.

Edited by Loyale 2.7 Turbo

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The LADM (Latin American Domestic Market) is the world's "Oddball" of car Markets, so you can find "Mixed" Style cars been sold here without problem, not Only Subarus, also other Brands sells here cars with EUDM specs.

Kind Regards.

Edited by Loyale 2.7 Turbo

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As Far As I Know, Subaru of America (SOA) imported to USA, only Seven dual range Legacies on year 1989, all of them were used as Display models on certain Dealers in USA; after that, some were sold, one of them reached here to USMB, but to find a Dual Range EJ subaru in USA is pretty hard.

 

However, I came across this Cragslist advertisment, of one of those EJ Dual range Transmissions for sale:

 

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~► http://portland.craigslist.org/clc/pts/5563869077.html

 

I bet that lots of Folks in USMB will be interested in having EJ dual range AWD on their rigs.

 

Kind Regards.

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The dual range transmissions are not hard to find from jdm importers but getting the shifters and consoles is pretty much impossible. Ea dual range shifters can be adapted but isn't 'right'

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I would buy that transmission right now if I had the money. I've always wanted a 4.11 dual range for my bluebaroo.

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