For a 1994 Subaru Legacy Twin-Turbo RS with a manual transmission: Horsepower -206kw/276hp 0-60mph - 6.5sec Top speed - 155mph
no a ts-r is non turb and a gtb is twin turbo
I had this issue on a subaru forester turbo.. tunred out to be my fuel pump I had this issue on a subaru forester turbo.. tunred out to be my fuel pump
try ebay, search 1985 300zx for the Nissan Service Manual, I have the 1986 manual , it contains the wiring diagram
1 on the 2.2
The Nissan shop manual has a complete wiring diagram, they can be found on e-bay.
how do i down load a wiring diagram for a f350 6.0 diesel engine compartment
The Nissan Service Manual has a wiring diagram, look on e bay they can be bought there.
Join Zcar.com they have wiring diagrams. Also order Haynes manual about 15 dollars. it has a complete wiring diagram in the back.
One can find a wiring diagram for a Volvo 245 at Turbo Bricks. These can also be found at Volvo Club and at Volvo Tips.
12 psi in both ranges
It has a 10 gallon tank with a 2 gallon reserve. I own a 97 subaru legacy with a 2.5 turbo and that's what mine holds10 gallon so I bet yours does too
A vacuum hose diagram, for your Subaru, can be obtained from most Subaru dealerships. The vacuum line diagram can also be obtained from most auto-parts stores.
mine is sub 5 seconds auto 315 bhp
I believe they only made the 2.0tt in 1995
Pretty sure the fuel pumps are the same thru most of the Subaru lineup. The only difference would be between turbo and non-turbo models. I have found that if the years are close is the most important part, make shure to count the wires, the newer ones have a couple of extra sensors that will make your check engine light come on if not right
Which one I have the GM manual with all.
i have a 97 legacy 2ltr twin turbo and the air control valve on that is to the front of the inlet manifold in the very centre with a vaccum pipe going on to the top of it. the part from my local subaru dealer is 312 euro. hope this helps
really simple I DONT KNOW
Try eBay. Stock turbos at the subaru dealership will cost you an arm and a leg. If you're lucky you can nab a replacement on eBay for a fraction of the dealers' cost. Stock subaru turbos have a number on the casing, ie. IHI VF36. Make sure you match that number for the right turbo for your car. Hope this helps.
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