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https://www.clipsandfasteners.com/default.asp

 

Just got that from a Ford truck site, where I bought female electrical terminals for my 1986 F150. I see they have a line of Subaru products too.

 

Looking through that site, I found this, https://www.clipsandfasteners.com/126-Piece-Subaru-Fender-Rocker-Moulding-Retainer-p/pas8190.htm $50.00

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305,000miles 5/2012 ej257 short block, 8/2011 installed VF52 turbo, @20.8psi, 280whp, 300ftlbs. CHECK your oil, these cars use it.

 

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Got this from Zephrant's post.

 

This is the one: SCITOO Radiator 2778 fit 2005-2009 S-ubaru Legacy GT H4 2.5L

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076MXYF59

 

 

post #33 here, https://legacygt.com/forums/showthread.php/230k-miles-hg-leaking-284837.html?p=6025403#post6025403

305,000miles 5/2012 ej257 short block, 8/2011 installed VF52 turbo, @20.8psi, 280whp, 300ftlbs. CHECK your oil, these cars use it.

 

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https://www.maxjax.com/

 

Saw the commercial so I looked into it. Not a bad deal at all, 2500 for a portable lift kit

that goes 4ft, not a bad price. going to see if I can clear out my garage this summer, might get one next year.

 

You just need to drill like 10 holes in the floor, 5 each side for the recessed anchors.

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In case someone needs. Got it from outback.org

 

https://www.carparts.com/search?q=steering_knuckle&vehicle[cylinders]=4&vehicle[liter]=2%2E5&vehicle[submodel]=GT&vehicle[model]=Legacy&vehicle[make]=Subaru&vehicle[year]=2005

 

 

Here's the thread from here where we discuss this,

https://legacygt.com/forums/showthread.php/steering-knuckle-43-00-285913.html

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305,000miles 5/2012 ej257 short block, 8/2011 installed VF52 turbo, @20.8psi, 280whp, 300ftlbs. CHECK your oil, these cars use it.

 

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305,000miles 5/2012 ej257 short block, 8/2011 installed VF52 turbo, @20.8psi, 280whp, 300ftlbs. CHECK your oil, these cars use it.

 

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I think this is the link that you want, but you can also link directly to the post by clicking on the post number.

 

Page - https://legacygt.com/forums/showthread.php/did-you-do-your-4th-gen-legacy-todayi-vol-10-278883p316.html

 

Post - https://legacygt.com/forums/showpost.php?p=6016854&postcount=4727

 

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Thanks from csaari:

 

Actually, I believe that 72131AG24A is the vent mode actuator for the 2006-2009 cars.

 

72131AG27A should be the driver's blend actuator for 2006-2009.

 

There have been discussions about why there are actuators listed for the 2005 cars, and then different ones for 2006-2009, and nobody's ever confirmed or denied that they are interchangeable.

 

Well, I just found a thread on another forum where someone used 72131AG27A in place of 72131AG12A on an '05 Outback successfully.

 

https://www.subaruoutback.org/thread...tuator.501527/

 

And also thanks to jaylew:

 

I can confirm that it works. I put 72131AG27A in my '05 about 3 weeks ago. Temp changes as expected and best of all...quietly

 

The 2 actuators that are "easy" to get to are the passenger temp and the mode actuator. The outside air/ inside air and driver temp require dash out.

Taking the dash out honestly isn't hard

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https://www.designengineering.com/stainless-steel-pipe-shield-4-5-x-8-5/

 

 

I just ordered one of these. I saw it in a post the other day.

 

Finally got around to install this, I had to get a longer clamp for the upper set of brackets to go around the top of the Invidia Catted Dp. I was able to use the clamp that came with it, on the lower end of heat shield.

 

I think it was a 4 1/2" clamp that I had in the basement for the top end. Think cloths dryer vent kit, for the home owners.

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305,000miles 5/2012 ej257 short block, 8/2011 installed VF52 turbo, @20.8psi, 280whp, 300ftlbs. CHECK your oil, these cars use it.

 

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Corsa Technic has a large offering of OEM connectors that you can navigate by the number of "ways" (pins). I was able to buy a radio connector in order to merge my different harnesses (STi gauge, aftermarket radio).

 

 

More sources:

 

I buy everything from 1 of 4 places:

 

Eastern Beaver

Cycle Terminal

Corsa Technic

Ballenger Motorsports

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I'm taking Max Capacity's suggestion from the post he made on my thread. So I'm making a post on here to see if the community would be interested in these? I've built my prototype harness for my car and I've already sourced the connectors. I use 20-gauge American-made primary TXL wiring and DERAY V25 heat shrink in my harnesses. This should help out the community if they decide to piece together their own fuel pressure sensor kit. The idea would be to piece together your own kit and save money. I know my tuner wants one of these for his personal car and has mentioned how well it's been working with my Accessport. The nice thing is you can use a Honeywell, AEM, Autometer, or a cheap pressure sensor from Amazon. Personally, I'm using one from amazon that people use to replace the Autometer sensor when it goes out. It's great because it doesn't break the bank. I might upgrade to a Honeywell pressure sensor at some point but will do so if my current pressure sensor goes out.

 

Fuel Pressure Sensor:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00NIK9E10/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

 

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How do you connect it? Are you using a tgv port or something?

 

 

Is it possible to have this question answered in the post "k00laid63" posted that in so we don't fill this thread with answers ? Just post the link to the post# in k00laids" thread.

 

 

I'm not a MOD, but just figure this thread is getting long and a lot to look through to find things.

 

Here is the thread,

 

https://legacygt.com/forums/showthread.php/thinking-making-3-pin-tgv-oil-fuel-pressure-sensor-harnesses-287540.html

305,000miles 5/2012 ej257 short block, 8/2011 installed VF52 turbo, @20.8psi, 280whp, 300ftlbs. CHECK your oil, these cars use it.

 

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How do you connect it? Are you using a tgv port or something?

 

Yes it would be connected to the unused TGV connector.

 

Is it possible to have this question answered in the post "k00laid63" posted that in so we don't fill this thread with answers ? Just post the link to the post# in k00laids" thread.

 

 

I'm not a MOD, but just figure this thread is getting long and a lot to look through to find things.

 

Here is the thread,

 

https://legacygt.com/forums/showthread.php/thinking-making-3-pin-tgv-oil-fuel-pressure-sensor-harnesses-287540.html

 

I totally agree with Max Capacity. We don't want to to much on here besides provide the actual parts.

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Ball joint removal tool. Got the link from a member here, apexi, he's seems to be pretty good with fixing these cars.

 

https://www.amazon.com/Astro-Pneumatic-Tool-78620-Subaru/dp/B01JBJFK3C

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305,000miles 5/2012 ej257 short block, 8/2011 installed VF52 turbo, @20.8psi, 280whp, 300ftlbs. CHECK your oil, these cars use it.

 

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