The Subaru Impreza is faster in fact some of the Impreza's are Subaru's fastest cars!
Strut towers or the same on all the Impreza models. Yes they will fit.
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It depends on the model. The WRX and WRX STI models have a turbo. Like most Subarus, if the Impreza has a hood scoop (for the intercooler) it has a turbo.
if you mean the lambda sensor it could either be located just after the turbo or it will be on the up pipe to the turbo its all according which model you have but just unplug it and unscrew it and replace it and then plug it back in.
My 1997 Subaru Impreza 2000 Turbo wagon had 218bhp standard. I can only assume the 1998 version was the same but they did make a few changes around that time. the standered subaru impreza has 200bhp and the superchared version has upto 300bhp.
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The subaru impreza wrx does indeed have a turbo. As subaru would have you know, that is the whole point of a wrx To get an answer faster, check subaru's website next time. I took me about 20 seconds.
the 5 m is the stock size turbo for the 2002 subaru impreza wrx that's for the wagon and sedan.
go onto eBay and type in subaru turbo impreza engine then you will have a few pics to look at.
Nope, unless it's a fake electronic one.
A stock USDM Subaru Impreza of any trim (Turbo or N/A) is electronically limited to go no faster than 130 mph.
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Technically you can, but unless you have a turbo a blow valve won't do you any good. It's be like hanging sidepipes on a car and not hook them up.
The subaru impreza turbo should be run on high octane fuel such as optimax/Super Unleaded with no less than 97RON, Tesco actually have 99RON which is about the best we have in the UK. The Impreza turbo was designed to run on 100RON so as near to 100 the better. Although this fuel is recommended i do know many people who run their Impreza turbos on normal Unleaded and they notice very little difference, However those who have tuned their engines should use high RON Fuel as performance can be dramatically effected on Impreza running 300BHP+. If it is a non-turbo Impreza you should just use normal unleaded, Although you may notice a slight difference in performance using High RON fuel. Overall High RON fuel is better for your engine regardless of which car you have. Hope this Helps Cheers DAN
17.4 ft-lb. - and make sure you put it back at the same angle the old sensor was.
The MAF sensor is located on the intake pipe where it exits the air filter box.
Short block is a term for when you buy an engine without a cylider head on it... Long block is a complete engine
yes the 93 WRX impreza uses a lambda but only pre cat/turbo,on the left front as you look at the car its in the upstream pipe to the turbo/cat under the car
Yes, the Subaru Impreza WRX, and the Subaru Impreza WRX STi can both be considered sports cars. Even though both of them only have a 2.0 or a 2.5 Liter, 4-cylinder engine, they both come equipped with a turbo charger, which gives them over 200 horsepower. Also, considering that they are much lighter than other sports cars, and considering that they are all-wheel drive, this gives them a good advantage while racing.
A 1997 Subaru Impreza RX is AWD, only the lower models (GX, LX) were FWD. the RX is literally a non-turbo variant of the WRX.
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it depends on the mileage and how hard the car has been driven they can last forever if the car has been driven sensibly.