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    Default NES Helpful Threads MASTERLIST :)

    First off.... Welcome to the forum!!!

    I'm sure you signed up for this site because you have a million questions or you just want to meet some fellow Subaru owners.

    This thread is for both of you!

    PLEASE read through this thread prior to posting a new thread or asking any questions.

    I have tried to compile as much information as possible into this, I am sure I am forgetting something.

    PLEASE READ THROUGH THIS BEFORE POSTING A NEW THREAD!!!!

    Here is a compilation of threads that may answer many of the questions that you have

    Forum FAQ


    Forum Rules

    Market Place Forum Rules

    Subaru Warranty Questions


    Subaru Acronyms

    How do I post Pictures?


    Available Turbos for Subarus

    Clutch Walkthrough

    6 Speed swap master thread

    Short Throw Install 2008-2010 WRX

    Interior/Exterior Modifications

    Transmission Gears walkthrough

    Gear Ratios

    How do I turn off the seabelt ding chime

    My Check Engine light is on and the code is.... CEL CODE FAQ

    How to Program a Subaru Remote. NO DEALER REQUIRED!
    1999-2004


    2004-2008
    Last edited by Berge56; 01-27-2012 at 11:05 AM.

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    Topic #1

    Searching:

    99% of what you need/want to know can be found by using the sites SEARCH function. It is quite easy to use and is a wealth of knowledge.

    1. At the top of your screen you have a tool bar. ALL the way to the right you will find a link that says "SEARCH"
    2. Click that button and it will drop down.
    3. Type in what you are looking for and hit "go"
    4. This will bring up all of the threads that contain your search word.
    (for example: if you search for "exhaust" all threads containing that word will propagate on your screen, in order of the last post made in the thread)
    5. Search through the thread titles and and find a thread that seems appropriate.
    6. Open that thread, hit search again. In the top right you will find a search by user, and top left, a search by post. You can use these options to find just posts, or threads, or individual member posts.
    7. Bottom left you will find options to search by threads by # of posts, Posts by date, posts by user name, title, revelancy, # of replies, # of views, thread start date, Last posting date and forum.
    8. A much easier way to search for the word "Exhaust" would be to enter the Advanced search box, select the forum in the bottom right "intakes and exhaust" select in the top right "search by entire post" enter "exhaust" in the key word box and hit "search now" at the bottom.

    A FEW NOTES ON SEARCHING:


    If you search a word that is 2 letters or shorter, For example AP = Access port, you will be unable to search for that because it has less than 3 letters

    If you must search for a word or acronym that is 2 letters or shorter enter in ****
    to make the word at least 4 letters for example AP = AP**

    This will continue your search.

    You can only search once every 15 seconds. If you search more than that, you will get this message: This forum requires that you wait 15 seconds between searches. Please try again in 7 seconds.


    PART # 2
    VENDORS:

    ok.... so you have decided which downpipe you want! Now you have to choose a vendor!

    Allthough there are hundreds of vendors out there, I would HIGHLY recommend using a site vendor. The vendors who advertise on this site are approved by the site managment and are "usually" in good standing.
    Be cautious of using vendors that do not advertise on this site as their products may be cheap knock offs.

    Here is a full list of our Vendors!

    http://www.newenglandsubarus.com/for...splay.php?f=14



    Part #3
    Installs and Basic Maintenance and Common Problems

    After you are sure you have all the parts and accessories you need you are ready to install. This is the hardest part of all unless you have prior experience.

    If you plan on having it installed for you, then please read below. If you plan on installing it yourself, skip down a little.

    Paid Installation:

    1. SHOP AROUND!!! find a qaulified shop. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT!! If the install is done incorrectly.... it can have the potential of blowing your motor, transmission, turbo, suspension.. ect ect ect...
    2. Shop around for price. Most places charge by the hour. Anywhere from
    $50-$350 an hour USD.
    3. Call several places, see who is the lowest, ask them if they are familiar with your product and how to install it.
    4. Make sure you look in the vendors forum to see if there are any local vendors. Their install prices are usually the most reasonable and often do free or reduced price installs if you buy the product from them.
    5. Make sure you bring them everything you they need to do the install (minus tools... duh?) Gaskets, washers, nuts/bolts, hangers ect ect ect... if they provide their own parts, things will get expensive.

    Self Install:

    1. Make sure you know what you are doing. Don't let your pride get in the way of a very expensive car.
    2. Make sure you have ALL THE TOOLS YOU NEED.
    3. Make sure you have all the accessories you need!!!
    4. Take your time
    5. Use the forum titled "walkthroughs"

    Walkthroughs:

    1. From your tool bar select "forums"
    2. scroll down you will find walkthroughs


    or click here for our technical forums
    http://www.newenglandsubarus.com/for...splay.php?f=21
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    TOPIC #4
    Pre Purchase Questions

    So you are unsure whether you are getting a good deal? Not sure if the dealer is taking you for a loop? Check this out...

    I am a former new/used car salesman. And I am here to help you!!

    1. There is a forum soley dedicated to this topic. It has a wealth of knowledge in it. From your tool bar, select "forums"
    2. In the top box, 4th link down, select Pre-Purchase Questions.
    3. Search around for your question.

    Things to remember when buying new...

    1. Car prices vary from state to state
    2. Some states have sales tax, you may pay 2K more than me because you have sales tax, and I don't.
    3. Get local dealerships to compete. Go test drive the same car at 2 different dealerships. Get a price quote, then take that quote to the other dealer. MAKE THEM COMPETE!!! you would be suprised at the markup there is on some cars... especially the Spec B
    4. Keep them competing. NEVER BUY THE SAME DAY!!! make them sweat. Make each dealer think that you have had a better experience at the other dealer. Make them WORK for your money. Make it a week long effort. make them sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeat!!! they hate that. If they give you the run arund, call them out on it.
    5. Ok.. so you got the deal you wanted! FINANCING. Do it yourself.... Trust me on this.... most states do not have laws about how high they can jack your interest rate. Say you have a 766 Credit score. Now lets say you are eligable for 4.5%. the dealer, will up that to 6.5% and congradulate you on your impecible credit while they line their pockets with your hard earned money. DO NOT allow the dealership to run your credit. Apply at your own bank or credit union and you will save hundreds if not thousands.
    6. Your Bank. Don't do online apps... go in and sit down with a bank associate. Ask them how much GAP insurance is (the insurance that covers the difference between what you owe, and what the car is worth in case you total the car). The dealership wanted $1200 for gap. My bank wanted $199. Buy it, trust me, you will need it unless you put down alot of money.
    Payment protection... Dealer charges $1500-2000, it actuall costs them about $500. Dealers are snakes, liars and cheaters.

    Buy the car from them, not their bull****.

    Remember, Do all the financing yourself. DO NOT ALLOW THE FINANCE MANAGER TO RUN YOUR CREDIT.

    He will run it 10-30 times. Anything over 11 checks in one month period will DROP YOUR CREDIT SCORE UP TO 12 POINTS!!!

    Find the car you like, tell them you are paying cash, tell them you want the lowest price possible. Make dealers compete.

    And if at all possible... private sale your trade in... trade ins are where dealers make the most of their money. PRIVATE SALE!!!! it takes time, but Ebay is always a good option.

    BUYING A CAR OFF THE STREET OR A MEMBER ON THIS FORUM

    This is not as hard as you think! I promise!

    You can sometimes find some pretty sweet deals on this forum

    If you don't mind used and want a good deal.... go to the cars for sale forum.

    Things to remember:
    1. Ask for pictures, lots of them. If the vehicle is local, go look at it and drive it. Ask for pictures of any and all damage.
    2. Ask the seller to have a certified mechanic inspect the vehicle. This will usually cost you anywhere from $25-$300. YOU PICK THE SHOP!!!
    3. If the vehicle is a significant distance away, insist on it being taken to a subaru delaership for inspection.
    4. Ask for all maintenance records. Make sure oil changes were completed at least every 7500 miles or 4 months.
    5. Make sure all regularly scheduled maintenance was completed. Ask for proof.
    6. Ask what, if any performance modifications were done. Modified cars are not a bad thing, but abused cars are. We have members on here that have been stg 2 (heavily modified) for over 70k with no problems.
    7. Ask who has been driving the car. Adults? teenagers?
    8. Has the car been smoked in? These days, this doesn't really matter because there are different devices that can completely remove the smell. Burns is what you should be concerned with.
    9. Has the car been tracked? has it run the 1/4 mile? 1/8th mile? autocross? these types of events can be extremely hard on the suspension and drivetrain. Be wary....
    10. Get the warranty record. Only the owner can get this from subaru. This is a must! This will tell you what has been done warranty wise to the car, check for open recalls.
    11. CarFax.... GET ONE!!! and buy the protection for $45. This will save your ass if you find the car was a salvage after you buy it.

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    Topic #5
    Acronyms and Slang:

    Often times while searching you find that members will use slang and acronyms. Here is a list of acronyms that you may find on the forum and their meanings:
    Basic Terminology & Acronyms
    4EAT – Four Speed Electronic Automatic Transmission
    5MT – Five Speed Manual Transmission
    5EAT – Five Speed Electronic Automatic Transmission (includes Sportshift)
    6MT – Six Speed Manual Transmission
    ABS – Anti-lock Braking System
    AT – Automatic Transmission
    ATF – Automatic Transmission Fluid
    AutoX – Autocross
    AVCS – Active Valve Control Sysem
    AVLS – Active Valve Lift System
    AWD – All Wheel Drive
    BHP – Brake HorsePower (measured BEFORE transmission)
    BOV – Blow Off Valve
    CAI – Cold Air Intake
    Cat – Catalytic Convertor
    CEL – Check Engine Light
    CF – Carbon Fiber
    CO2 – Carbon Dioxide
    Diff – Differential
    DOHC – Dual Overhead Camshaft
    EBC – Electonic Boost Controller
    ECT - Electronically Controlled Transmission
    ECU – Electronic Control Unit (engine control unit)
    EFI – Electronic Fuel Injection
    EG – Subaru 6-cylinder engines (up through mid to late 90’s)
    EGT - Exhaust Gas Temp
    EG33 – Subaru 3.3 litre 6-cylinder engine code (SVX)
    EJ – Subaru 4-cylinder engines (early 90’s and newer)
    EJ20 – Subaru 2.0 litre 4-cylinder engine code
    EJ205 – Subaru 2.0 litre turbo engine (US WRX)
    EJ22 – Subaru 2.2 litre 4-cylinder engine code
    EJ25 – Subaru 2.5 litre 4-cylinder engine code
    EJ255 – Subaru 2.5 litre turbo engine (US Forester XT, Baja Turbo)
    EJ257 – Subaru 2.5 litre turbo engine (US WRX STi)
    ER27 = 2.7l H6 from the XT6
    EZ – Subaru 6-cylinder engines (post EG series H6 engines)
    EZ30R – Subaru 3.0 litre 6-cylinder engine code (BL/BP Legacy and new Outback)
    FDR - Final Drive Ratio
    FMIC – Front Mount Intercooler
    FWD – Front Wheel Drive
    H4 – Horizontally Opposed 4 cylinder (boxer)
    H6 – Horizontally Opposed 6 cylinder
    HID – High Intensity Discharge (headlights)
    JDM – Japanese Domestic Market
    LSD – Limited Slip Differential
    MAF – Mass Air-Flow Sensor
    MAP – Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor
    MBC – Manual Boost Controller
    MIL – Malfunction Indicator Lamp (CEL)
    MT – Manual Transmission
    MY – Model Year
    OEM – Original Equipment Manufacturer
    RallyX – Rallycross
    RWD – Rear Wheel Drive
    SOA – Subaru Of America
    SOHC – Single Overhead Camshaft
    TMIC – Top Mount Intercooler
    TT – Twin Turbo
    UDP – Under Drive Pulley
    VDC – Vehicle Dynamic Control
    VIN – Vehicle Identification Number
    VTD – Variable Torque Distibution
    WHP – Wheel HorsePower
    WOT – Wide Open Throttle
    Thanks to Uncle Meat of the Cobb Tuning WRXForum.com


    JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) Info:
    Twin-Turbo: This is one of the most loosely used term. Everyone wants a twin-turbo because Japan has had it. It was a sequential setup with one turbo used for the low end, while a larger turbo was used for the high end. However, it wasn’t the most optimal solution being its cost, complexity, and between the 1st to 2nd turbo transition, there was a decent dip in power. It has been proven that other solutions are more cost-effective and produce better results in general.

    More on turbo tech below.

    B4: The term used for sedan since the 1998 model year.

    B4 RSK: The name given to the turbocharged sport Legacy Sedan in the 1998 to 2002 model years. Remember, Japan has been even further ahead in model changes. They receive their models 2 model years (or MY) ahead of the U.S.

    Note: Previous to the BE-generation B4 RSK, the sedan turbo models were called ‘RS’.

    GTB: The name given to the turbocharged sport Legacy Wagon in the 1993 to 2002 model years that used the sportier Bilstein suspension.

    S401: The ONLY STi production Legacy to date. This 2003 BE sedan model was produced in a short-run and were rather expensive. It contained much gear from the current year Impreza STi though mostly in drivetrain and brakes. It still retained a sequential twin-turbo setup though with a few more ponies. It also received some suspension modifications including Bilstein struts along with BBS 18x7” wheels.

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    Body Styles (by USDM MY):
    Sedans
    BC (1990-1994)
    BD (1995-1999)
    BE (2000-2004)
    BL (2005-2009)

    Wagons
    BF (1990-1994)
    BG (1995-1999)
    BH (2000-2004)
    BP (2005-2009)

    Turbochargers for USDM models:
    Mitsubishi TD04 - USDM Impreza 2.0L WRX, 2.5L WRX, Forester XT, Baja Turbo
    IHI VF39 - USDM Impreza WRX STI
    IHI VF40 - USDM BL/BP Legacy 2.5GT, Outback XT
    (All are water cooled and use a thrust bearing design, not ball-bearing.)
    Color-----------------------LGT.com ------- SOA abbrev.------Numeric Code
    Obsidian Black Pearl ---- OBP ------------- BLK -------------- 2J
    Satin White Pearl --------- SWP ----------- WHI ------------- 7J
    Brilliant Silver Metallic -- BSM ------------ SIL -------------- 9D
    Titanium Silver Metallic - TSM ------------ SXV -------------- 8E
    Garnet Red Pearl --------- GRP ------------ RED ------------- 3J
    Regal Blue Pearl --------- RBP ------------- BDR ------------- 5J
    Atlantic Blue Pearl ------- ABP ------------- BLU ------------- 3A

    --Additional Outback-specific Colors and Combinations
    Champagne Gold Opal --- CGO ------------ GLD ------------ 9J
    Willow Green Opal/
    Moss Green Metallic ----- WGO? ----------- GRM ----------- U5
    Brilliant Silver Metallic/
    Granite Gray Opal -------- GGO? ---------- SLV ------------- K3

    --Other Subie Colors (not on Leg/OB matrix)
    World Rally Blue ----------- WRB ------------ ??? ------------ ??
    San Remo Red ------------- SRR
    Sedona Red Pearl (old) ---- SRP
    Java Black Metallic -------- JBM
    Solid Red ------------------- SR

    7AA Legacy Sedan i MT5 2.5
    7AB Legacy Sedan i 4EAT 2.5 -S
    7AC Legacy Sedan i SE MT5 2.5
    7AD Legacy Sedan i SE 4EAT 2.5 -S
    7AE Legacy Sedan i LTD 4EAT 2.5-S
    7AH Legacy Sedan 2.5GT LTD MT5
    7AI Legacy Sedan 2.5GT LTD 5EAT-S
    7AJ Legacy Sedan 2.5GT LTD NAVI
    7AS Legacy Sedan 2.5GT Spec. B 6M
    7BA Legacy Wagon i MT5 2.5
    7BB Legacy Wagon i SE 4EAT 2.5 -S
    7BC Legacy Wagon i LTD 4EAT 2.5-S
    7BH Legacy Wagon 2.5 GT LTD 5EAT-S
    7CA Outback Sedan 2.5i Limited 4EA
    7CB Outback Sedan LLBean 3.0R 5EAT
    7CC Outback Sedan LLBean NAVI 3.0R
    7DA Outback Wagon 2.5 i Basic 5MT
    7DB Outback Wagon 2.5 i Basic 4EAT
    7DC Outback Wagon 2.5i 5MT
    7DD Outback Wagon 2.5 i 4EAT-S
    7DE Outback Wagon 2.5 i Ltd 4EAT-S
    7DH Outback Wagon 2.5XT Ltd 5MT
    7DI Outback Wagon 2.5XT Ltd 5EAT-
    7DJ Outback Wagon 2.5XT Ltd NAVI
    7DK Outback Wagon 2.5i LLBean NAVI
    7DL Outback Wagon 2.5i Ltd LLBean
    7DM Outback Wagon H6-3.0 R LLB 5EA
    7DN Outback Wagon H6-3.0 R LLB NAV
    7FA Forester X FAWD MT5 2.5
    7FB Forester X FAWD 4EAT 2.5
    7FC Forester X MT5 2.5 Premium Pack
    7FD Forester X 4EAT 2.5 Premium Pack
    7FE Forester X Cross Sports MT5
    7FF Forester X Cross Sports 4EAT
    7FG Forester X LL Bean 4EAT
    7FH Forester Cross Sports MT5 2.5
    7FI Forester Cross Sports 4EAT 2.5
    7FJ Forester XT MT5 2.5 Turbo LTD
    7FK Forester XT 4EAT 2.5 Turbo LTD
    7JA Impreza Sedan 2.5i 5MT
    7JB Impreza Sedan 2.5i 4EAT
    7JC Impreza Sedan WRX TR 5MT
    7JD Impreza Sedan WRX 5MT
    7JE Impreza Sedan WRX Limited
    7JF Impreza Sedan WRX Limited I 5M
    7JG Impreza Sedan WRX Limited 4EAT
    7JH Impreza Sedan WRX Limited I 4EAT
    7JI STI 6MT - Alloy Wheel Gold
    7JJ STI 6MT - Alloy Wheel Silver
    7JK STI 6MT - Limited
    7JN Impreza Sedan 2.5i SE
    7JO Impreza Sedan 2.5i SE 4EAT
    7LA Impreza Wagon 2.5i 5MT
    7LB Impreza Wagon 2.5i 4EAT
    7LC Impreza Wagon WRX 5MT
    7LE Impreza Wagon WRX Limited 5MT
    7LF Impreza Wagon WRX Limited I 5M
    7LG Impreza Wagon WRX Limited 4EAT
    7LH Impreza Wagon WRX Limited I 4EAT
    7LK Impreza Outback Sport MT5 2.5
    7LL Impreza Outback Sport 4EAT 2.5
    7LM Impreza Outback Sport SE MT5
    7LN Impreza Outback Sport SE 4EAT
    7TA B9 Tribeca - 5SEAT Fabric
    7TB B9 Tribeca - 5SEAT Limited- G
    7TC B9 Tribeca - 5SEAT Limited - B
    7TD B9 Tribeca - 5SEAT Limited/NAV- G
    7TE B9 Tribeca - 5SEAT Limited/NAV- B
    7TH B9 Tribeca - 7SEAT Fabric
    7TI B9 Tribeca - 7SEAT Limited - G
    7TJ B9 Tribeca - 7SEAT Limited - B
    7TK B9 Tribeca - 7SEAT Limited/NAV- G
    7TL B9 Tribeca - 7SEAT Limited/NAV- B
    7TM B9 Tribeca - 7S-LTRAUD/DVD/NAV- G
    7TN B9 Tribeca - 7S-LTRAUD/DVD/NAV- B

    Key
    MT5: 5 speed manual
    5EAT-S: 5 speed automatic with sport shift
    4EAT-S: 4 speed automatic with sport shift
    5EAT: 5 speed automatic
    4EAT: 4 speed automatic
    SE: Special Edition (base model+power driver seat+moonroof)
    NAVI: Navigation System
    LTD: Limited (base model+leather+power seats+moonroof+dual zone climate+upgraded stero)

    Model Code Key
    The codes change every model year
    First Spot: The "7" USUALLY means the model year (ex; 7 = 2007).
    Second Spot: The letter after the 7 denotes the body style by car (ex LEGACY Wagon is a "B" while OUTBACK wagon is a "D").
    Third Spot: The last letter is actually alphanumeric. It starts with the least expensive model/trim/engine level in each different body style and goes up. It starts over at "A" with every body style.



    ok... occasionally you are gonna come across acronyms/slang that you have no idea what it means...

    OMG, WTF, TTIWWOP, STFU, IBTL ect ect ect ect....

    Use this www.urbandictionary.com

    Just be aware that some acronyms may not be work safe...

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    Topic #6
    Posting and Threads:

    Anyone who has ever visited an online forum before is, or should be aware of the proper posting etiquette. This topic is not only for the new to Subaru member, but also the new to forums/posting members.

    The online community is far different than your own local community. We have members from all over the world that speak a variety of different languages and have very different beliefs than our own.

    All topics that you post need to be appropriate to view in a work setting. Also, any thing that you type or link should be appropriate too. Some members post from work and can easily lose their jobs if they are caught viewing something inappropriate.

    Also, talk about illegal street racing is forbidden. Not only is this illegal..... but very dangerous and the majority of members on here will not tolerate it.

    With this being said lets jump into our next topic, posting and threads.

    Many online communities, such as this one, generally frown upon what is called a "repost". A repost is simply posting something, whether it be a question or a link to a new website, that someone else has already posted.

    I know this doesn't seem like something that is a big deal, but in truth it is.
    A good majority of the members on this forum are willing to help you in anyway they can. All that we ask is that if you have a question, do a quick search to make sure that the same question hasn't already been posted.
    Also, if you find an interesting review, a funny article or anything else worth posting please check to make sure that it is not already posted.

    Now let's talk about posting threads in the proper forum.

    When you hit "forums" from your tool bar it will pull up a list of all of the available forums. From this page you can navigate through all of the different topics this Site has to offer.

    Underneath each forum name you will find a description. This will tell you exactly what each forum is designed for. If you are unsure feel free to Private Message any Moderator or me and we will help you decide which forum is most appropriate for your thread.

    A good place to start is the "New Member Introductions" forum.

    When you open the "New Member Introductions" forum on the top left of the list of threads you will see a button that says "New Topic".

    1. Hit the "New Topic" button
    2. Enter your choice of appropriate title in the "title" box
    3. In the larger open box enter in your message.
    4. To make the thread viewable to others, hit "submit new thread"

    You will be unable to see the new thread unless you do one of the following things:

    1. hit "UserCP" from the tool bar, scroll to the bottom of the page, on the right hand side and hit "view all subscribed threads"
    2. Re-enter the forum and view all of the new threads
    3. someone else posts in the thread you just created.

    PART #7
    SENDING PRIVATE MESSAGES:

    From time to time you may need to get in contact with another member or a member of the site staff.

    For that reason this forum has what is called a "Private Message" system.

    It is very similar to email and sends instantaneously.

    To use the private message system follow these instructions:

    1. If you wish to Private Message a member about a post simply look at the top right section of their post. You will see 4 boxes. Click the one that says "Send PM"
    2. Enter the title of the PM
    3. enter your message
    4. Hit submit message.

    Your done!

    When your message is read and the member replies you will get a pop up on your screen. Hit "ok" to the first one if you want to view it "cancel" if not. A second pop up will come up, it will read "would you like to open this in a separate window?" If you hit yes, it will open a new browser and display the other members reply. If you hit "cancel" it will open it up in the browser you are already using.

    TOPIC #8
    Posting Pictures

    From time to time you will need to post pictures.

    Follow these simple instructions for posting pictures.

    For attaching pictures (pictures from your computer)

    1. Open the thread that you wish to post a picture in and scroll to the bottom
    2. At the bottom of the posting box hit "Go Advanced"
    3. Type in any text you need
    4. Scroll down and hit "Manage Attachments"
    5. This will open a separate screen (you may need to enable popups)
    6. Hit browse, and select your picture (if picture exceeds 160kb it will not load)
    7. Hit upload and your picture will upload to the forum.
    8. your pictures will appear truncated at the bottom of your post.

    For HOTLINKING pictures

    1. Open the thread that you wish to post a picture in and scroll to the bottom
    2. in the tool bar of the posting box you will see a small yellow square box that has a mountain and a setting sun. Click that. ()
    3. A pop up will appear asking you for the URL. Paste the URL for the picture into the box.
    4. hit ok.
    5. And you're done

    NOTE: no one likes HUUUUGE pictures... so shrink them to 800 x 600 at the largest using your computer.

    Posting Pictures Faq

    http://www.newenglandsubarus.com/for...ad.php?t=13290

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    Part # 9
    TIRES!!!
    As we all know, there are many tire companies out there.
    and finding the right set of tires at the right price can be difficult.
    Allthough I can't tell you exactly how much tires will cost you, I can steer you in the right direction.

    When you buy your 2005+ Subaru you get a set of Potenza RE92's.
    The majority of the subaru community will say that these are the worst tires SOA could have chosen for this car.

    Before you go out and buy there are several things you need to consider.
    1. What are my driving habits?
    2. What type of weather will I be driving in?
    3. What is my Budget (important)
    4. Will I be racing?
    5. Most important SAFETY!!

    There are several types of tires.
    Fro example: SUMMER
    Summer Passenger Tires
    1.Extreme Performance Summer (may not be good in wet or snowy conditions)
    2.Max Performance Summer (may not be good in wet or snowy conditions)
    3.Ultra High Performance Summer (may not be good in wet or snowy conditions)
    4.High Performance Summer (may not be good in wet or snowy conditions)
    5.Grand Touring Summer (May be ok for some wet conditions)
    6.Track & Competition DOT (May NOT BE STREET LEGAL!!!)
    All-Season Passenger Tires
    1.Ultra High Performance All-Season (If you prefer all seasons, these are your best bet)
    2.High Performance All-Season
    3.Performance All-Season
    4.Grand Touring All-Season
    5.Standard Touring All-Season
    6.Passenger All-Season
    7.Winter (should be rated at "H" for speed NAD NOOOO HIGHER!)

    The Tires that are on a new Legacy are 215/45/ZR17.
    The "Z" is the rating of the tire.
    For example:

    P - 93 MPH
    Q - 99 MPH
    S - 112 MPH
    T - 118 MPH
    U - 124 MPH
    H - 130 MPH
    V - 149 MPH
    Z - 149+ MPH (our tires)
    W - 168 MPH
    Y - 186 MPH
    So as you can see our stock tires are rated for 149MPH +


    With our car I would highly recommend sticking with the "Z" rated tires.


    Different tires will have a different "stickyness" to them. It all really depends on the type of driving you plan on doing.
    For example:
    if you love the twisties, you want a tire with alot of stick, on the other hand, if you love to drag race, you may want a softer tire.


    Once you decide what type of tires you want, you have to decide what brand.


    Here are a few brands that carry Tires for our car.
    Avon, BFGoodridge, Bridgestone, Continental, Dunlop, Firestone, Fuzion, General, Goodyear,
    Hankkok, Hoosier, Kumho, Michelin, Pirelli, Sumitomo, Uniroyal and Yokohama.

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    Most commonly found trouble codes:

    MOST COMMONLY FOUND
    P0011 - Camshaft Position - Timing Over-Advanced (Bank 1)
    P0012 - Camshaft Position - Timing Over-Advanced (Bank 2)
    P0030 - Front O2 Sensor Heater Control Circuit
    P0031 - Front O2 Sensor Heater Control Circuit Low
    P0032 - Front O2 Sensor Heater Control Circuit High
    P0037 - Rear O2 Sensor Heater Control Circuit Low
    P0038 - Rear O2 Sensor Heater Control Circuit High
    P0068 - MAP/Barometric Pressure Circuit Range/Performance
    P0101 - Mass Air Flow Circuit Range/Performance
    P0102 - Mass Air Flow Circuit Low Input
    P0103 - Mass Air Flow Circuit High Input
    P0107 - MAP/Barometric Pressure Circuit Low Input
    P0108 - MAP/Barometric Pressure Circuit High Input
    P0111 - Intake Air Temperature Circuit Range/Performance
    P0112 - Intake Air Temperature Circuit Low Input
    P0113 - Intake Air Temperature Circuit High Input
    P0117 - Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit Low Input
    P0118 - Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit High Input
    P0121 - Throttle Position Sensor Switch “A” Circuit Range/Performance
    P0122 - Throttle Position Sensor Switch “A” Circuit Low Input
    P0123 - Throttle Position Sensor Switch “A” Circuit High Input
    P0125 - Insufficient Coolant Temperature for Closed Loop Fuel Control
    P0128 - Coolant Thermostat
    P0129 - Atmospheric Pressure Sensor Circuit Range/Performance
    P0131 - Front O2 Sensor Low Voltage
    P0132 - Front O2 Sensor High Voltage
    P0133 - Front O2 Sensor Circuit Slow Response
    P0134 - Front O2 Sensor Circuit No Activity Detected
    P0137 - Rear O2 Sensor Circuit Low Voltage
    P0138 - Rear O2 Sensor Circuit High Voltage
    P0139 - Rear O2 Sensor Circuit Slow Response
    P0171 - System too Lean
    P0172 - System too Rich
    P0181 - Fuel Temperature Sensor “A” Circuit Range/Performance
    P0182 - Fuel Temperature Sensor “A” Circuit Low Input
    P0183 - Fuel Temperature Sensor “A” Circuit High Input
    P0230 - Fuel Pump Primary Circuit
    P0222 - Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor Switch B circuit low input
    P0223 - Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor Switch B circuit high input
    P0230 - Fuel Pump Primary Circuit
    P0244 - Turbo Wastegate Selenoid “A” Range/Performance
    P0245 - Turbo Wastegate Selenoid “A” Low
    P0246 - Turbo Wastegate Selenoid “A” High
    P0301 - Cylinder 1 misfire detected
    P0302 - Cylinder 2 misfire detected
    P0303 - Cylinder 3 misfire detected
    P0304 - Cylinder 4 misfire detected
    P0327 - Knock Sensor 1 Circuit Low Input
    P0328 - Knock Sensor 1 Circuit High Input
    P0335 - Crankshaft Position Sensor “A” Circuit
    P0336 - Crankshaft Position Sensor “A” Circuit Range/Performance
    P0340 - Camshaft Position Sensor “A” Circuit (Bank 1)
    P0345 - Camshaft Position Sensor “A” Circuit (Bank 2)
    P0459 - Evap. Emission Control System Purge Control Valve Circuit High
    P0461 - Fuel Level Sensor Circuit Range/Performance
    P0462 - Fuel Level Sensor Circuit Low Input
    P0463 - Fuel Level Sensor Circuit High Input
    P0464 - Fuel Level Sensor Circuit Intermittent
    P0483 - Cooling Fan Rationality Check
    P0502 - Vehicle Speed Sensor Circuit Low Input
    P0503 - Vehicle Speed Sensor Intermittent/Erratic/High
    P0604 - Internal Control Module Random Access Memory Error
    P0605 - Internal Control Module Read Only Memory Error
    P0607 - Control Module Performance
    P0638 - Throttle Actuator Control Range/Performance
    P1110 - Atmospheric Pressure Sensor Circuit Malfunction (Low Input)
    P1111 - Atmospheric Pressure Sensor Circuit Malfunction (High Input)
    P1152 - Front O2 Sensor Circuit Range/Performance (Low)
    P1153 - Front O2 Sensor Circuit Range/Performance (High)

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    P1160 - Return Spring Failure
    P1400 - Fuel Tank Pressure Control Solenoid Valve Circuit Low
    P1420 - Fuel Tank Pressure Control Solenoid Valve Circuit High
    P1443 - Vent Control Solenoid Valve Function Problem
    P1446 - Fuel Tank Sensor Control Valve Circuit Low
    P1447 - Fuel Tank Sensor Control Valve Circuit High
    P1448 - Fuel Tank Sensor Control Valve Range/Performance
    P1491 - Positive Crankcase Ventilation (Blow-by) Function Problem
    P1518 - Starter Switch Circuit Low Input
    P1560 - Back-Up Voltage Circuit Malfunction
    P1572 - IMM Circuit Failure, Except Antenna Circuit
    P2088 - OCV Solenoid Valve Signal A Circuit Open (Bank 1)
    P2089 - OCV Solenoid Valve Signal A Circuit Short (Bank 1)
    P2092 - OCV Solenoid Valve Signal A Circuit Open (Bank 2)
    P2093 - OCV Solenoid Valve SIgnal A Circuit Short (Bank 2)
    P2096 - Post Catalyst Fuel Trim System Too Lean Bank 1
    P2097 - Post Catalyst Fuel Trim System Too Rich Bank 1
    P2101 - Throttle Actuator Control Motor Circuit Range/Performance
    P2102 - Throttle Actuator Control Motor Circuit Low
    P2103 - Throttle Actuator Control Motor Circuit High


    COMPLETE LIST
    P0011 Intake Camshaft Position Timing - Over-Advanced (Bank 1)
    P0021 Intake Camshaft Position Timing - Over-Advanced (Bank 2)
    P0030 HO2S Heater Control Circuit (Bank 1 Sensor 1)
    P0031 HO2S Heater Control Circuit Low (Bank 1 Sensor 1)
    P0032 HO2S Heater Control Circuit High (Bank 1 Sensor 1)
    P0037 HO2S Heater Control Circuit Low (Bank 1 Sensor 2)
    P0038 HO2S Heater Control Circuit High (Bank 1 Sensor 2)
    P0068 MAP/MAF - Throttle Position Correlation P0101 Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit Range/Performance
    P0102 Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit Low Input
    P0103 Mass or Volume Air Flow Circuit High Input
    P0107 Manifold Absolute Pressure/Barometric Pressure Circuit Low Input
    P0108 Manifold Absolute Pressure/Barometric Pressure Circuit High Input
    P0111 Intake Air Temperature Circuit Range/Performance
    P0112 Intake Air Temperature Circuit Low Input
    P0113 Intake Air Temperature Circuit High Input
    P0117 Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit Low Input
    P0118 Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit High Input
    P0122 Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch “A” Circuit Low Input
    P0123 Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch “A” Circuit High Input
    P0125 Insufficient Coolant Temperature for Closed Loop Fuel Control
    P0126 Insufficient Coolant Temperature for Stable Operation
    P0128 Coolant Thermostat (Coolant Temperature Below Thermostat Regulating Temperature)
    P0131 O2 Sensor Circuit Low Voltage (Bank 1 Sensor 1)
    P0132 O2 Sensor Circuit High Voltage (Bank 1 Sensor 1)
    P0133 O2 Sensor Circuit Slow Response (Bank 1 Sensor 1)
    P0134 O2 Sensor Circuit No Activity Detected (Bank 1 Sensor 1)
    P0137 O2 Sensor Circuit Low Voltage (Bank Sensor 2)
    P0138 O2 Sensor Circuit High Voltage Bank 1 Sensor 2)
    P0139 O2 Sensor Circuit Slow Response Bank 1 Sensor 2)
    P0171 System too Lean (Bank 1)
    P0172 System too Rich (Bank 1)
    P0181 Fuel Temperature Sensor “A” Circuit Range/Performance
    P0182 Fuel Temperature Sensor “A” Circuit Low Input
    P0183 Fuel Temperature Sensor “A” Circuit

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    High Input
    P0222 Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch “B” Circuit Low Input

    P0223 Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch "B" Circuit High Input
    P0230 Fuel Pump Primary Circuit
    P0244 Turbo/Super Charger Wastegate Solenoid “A” Range/Performance
    P0245 Turbo/Super Charger Wastegate Solenoid “A” Low
    P0246 Turbo/Super Charger Wastegate Solenoid “A” High
    P0301 Cylinder 1 Misfire Detected
    P0302 Cylinder 2 Misfire Detected
    P0303 Cylinder 3 Misfire Detected
    P0304 Cylinder 4 Misfire Detected
    P0327 Knock Sensor 1 Circuit Low Input (Bank 1 or Single Sensor)
    P0328 Knock Sensor 1 Circuit High Input (Bank 1 or Single Sensor)
    P0335 Crankshaft Position Sensor “A” Circuit
    P0336 Crankshaft Position Sensor “A” Circuit Range/Performance
    P0340 Camshaft Position Sensor “A” Circuit (Bank 1 or Single Sensor)
    P0345 Camshaft Position Sensor “A” Circuit (Bank 2)
    P0420 Catalyst System Efficiency Below Threshold (Bank 1)
    P0442 Evaporative Emission Control System Leak Detected (small Leak)
    P0447 Evaporative Emission Control System Vent Control Circuit Open
    P0448 Evaporative Emission Control System Vent Control Circuit Shorted
    P0451 Evaporative Emission Control System Pressure Sensor Range/Performance
    P0452 Evaporative Emission Control System Pressure Sensor Low Input
    P0453 Evaporative Emission Control System Pressure Sensor High Input
    P0456 Evaporative Emission Control System Leak Detected (Very Small Leak)
    P0457 Evaporative Emission Control System Leak Detected (Fuel Cap Loose/Off)
    P0458 Evaporative Emission Control System Purge Control Valve Circuit Low
    P0459 Evaporative Emission Control System Purge Control Valve Circuit High
    P0461 Fuel Level Sensor Circuit Range/Performance
    P0462 Fuel Level Sensor Circuit Low Input
    P0463 Fuel Level Sensor Circuit High Input
    P0464 Fuel Level Sensor Circuit Intermittent
    P0483 Cooling Fan Rationality Check
    P0500 Vehicle Speed Sensor
    P0506 Idle Control System RPM Lower Than Expected
    P0507 Idle Control System RPM Higher Than Expected
    P0512 Starter Request Circuit
    P0513 Incorrect Immobilizer Key
    P0519 Idle Control System Malfunction (Fail-Safe)
    P0545 Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor Circuit Low-Bank 1
    P0546 Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor Circuit High-Bank 1
    P0600 Serial Communication Link
    P0604 Internal Control Module Random Access Memory (RAM) Error
    P0605 Internal Control Module Read Only Memory (ROM) Error
    P0607 Control Module Performance
    P0638 Throttle Actuator Control Range/Performance (Bank 1)
    P0691 Cooling Fan 1 Control Circuit Low
    P0692 Cooling Fan 1 Control Circuit High
    P0700 Transmission Control System (MIL Request)
    P0851 Neutral Switch Input Circuit Low
    P0852 Neutral Switch Input Circuit High
    P1152 O2 Sensor Circuit Range/Performance (Low) (Bank1 Sensor1)
    P1153 O2 Sensor Circuit Range/Performance (High) (Bank1 Sensor1)
    P1160 Return Spring Failure
    P1301 Misfire Detected (High Temperature Exhaust Gas)
    P1312 Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor Malfunction
    P1400 Fuel Tank Pressure Control Solenoid Valve Circuit Low
    P1420 Fuel Tank Pressure Control Sol.Valve Circuit High
    P1443 Vent Control Solenoid Valve Function Problem
    P1446 Fuel Tank Sensor Control Valve Circuit Low
    P1447 Fuel Tank Sensor Control Valve Circuit High
    P1491 Positive Crankcase Ventilation (Blowby) Function Problem
    P1518 Starter Switch Circuit Low Input
    P1544 Exhaust Gas Temperature Too High
    P1560 Back-Up Voltage Circuit Malfunction
    P1570 Antenna
    P1571 Reference Code Incompatibility
    P1572 IMM Circuit Failure (Except AntennaCircuit)
    P1574 Key Communication Failure
    P1576 EGI Control Module EEPROM
    P1577 IMM Control Module EEPROM
    P1578 Meter Failure
    P2004 Intake Manifold Runner Control Stuck Open (Bank 1)
    P2005 Intake Manifold Runner Control Stuck Open (Bank 2)
    P2006 Intake Manifold Runner Control Stuck Closed (Bank 1)
    P2007 Intake Manifold Runner Control Stuck Closed (Bank 2)
    P2008 Intake Manifold Runner Control Circuit/Open (Bank 1)

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    P2009 Intake Manifold Runner Control Circuit Low (Bank 1)
    P2011 Intake Manifold Runner Control Circuit/Open (Bank 2)

    P2012 Intake Manifold Runner Control Circuit Low (Bank 2)
    P2016 Intake Manifold Runner Position Sensor/Switch Circuit Low (Bank 1)
    P2017 Intake Manifold Runner Position Sensor/Switch Circuit High (Bank 1)
    P2021 Intake Manifold Runner Position Sensor/Switch Circuit Low (Bank 2)
    P2022 Intake Manifold Runner Position Sensor/Switch Circuit High (Bank 2)
    P2088 OCV Solenoid Valve Signal A Circuit Open (Bank 1)
    P2089 OCV Solenoid Valve Signal A Circuit Short (Bank 1)
    P2092 OCV Solenoid Valve Signal A Circuit Open (Bank 2)
    P2093 OCV Solenoid Valve Signal A Circuit Short (Bank 2)
    P2096 Post Catalyst Fuel Trim System Too Lean Bank 1
    P2097 Post Catalyst Fuel Trim System Too Rich Bank 1
    P2101 Throttle Actuator Control Motor Circuit Range/Performance
    P2102 Throttle Actuator Control Motor Circuit Low
    P2103 Throttle Actuator Control Motor Circuit High
    P2109 Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor A Minimum Stop Performance
    P2122 Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch “D” Circuit Low Input
    P2123 Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch “D” Circuit High Input
    P2127 Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor /Switch “E” Circuit Low Input
    P2128 Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch “E” Circuit High Input
    P2135 Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch “A”/“B” Voltage Rationality
    P2138 Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor/Switch “D”/“E” Voltage Rationality
    P2227 Barometric Pressure Circuit Range/Performance
    P2228 Barometric Pressure Circuit Low Input
    P2229 Barometric Pressure Circuit High Input

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    Part #9
    Intercoolers/coolant sprayers

    If you have the turbo model Legacy you have an intercooler.
    This is the stock intercooler


    This is a aftermarket Top mount intercooler

    This is a Front mount intercooler


    This is how the piping looks for a Front Mounted Intercooler:


    The intercooler is one the biggest obstacles in reaching the 300+ WHP range. Basically the intercooler cools the air that is forced into your engine by the turbo. It's a proven fact that when you mix cold air with gas you get better combustion. That is why an intercooler is so important.

    You really don't need a front mount intercooler if you have a stock turbo. The stock top mount or an aftermarket top mount can handle it just fine.
    Please contact on of our vendors for pricing.

    Sprayers:
    Like on the STi, you can add one of these to your car. Basically what it does is spray cold water on teh intercooler to help cool the air that passes through it.
    It can be manually controlled (button in the cockpit) or set to spray when it either reaches a certain temp or you have the throttle wide open.

    Wet Injection/alcohol injection:
    This is a very complicated subject.... as I mentioned before we all know that cold air mixed with gas combusts better then warm air. This is where the Alcohol injection comes in a.k.a wet injection. By spraying the proper mixture of gas, air and Methanol into the engine reducing the chance of detonation.

    For more info on Wet Injection read here: http://www.rallycars.com/Cars/WaterInjection.html
    For pricing please contact on our vendors.

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    Topic #10
    The COBB access port


    This my friends is the first modification you should buy, it is also the most important.

    The COBB access port is used to modify your cars ECU (computer). It has a wide range of maps (tunes/upgrades) for your car including:
    1. Antitheft mode (immobilizes the ignition)
    2. Economy mode (better gas mileage)
    3. COBB stg 1 + 2 maps
    4. Valet mode (set the rev limiter to 3000RPM so punk valets can't abuse your ride)
    5. Empty slots to download maps from your tuner i.e. TDC/PDX/other

    There are 2 versions of the COBB access port.

    The first version (V1) is engine/year/transmission specific. It looks like the one in the picture above.

    THe second version (V2) is smaller and can be used on any turbo 2.5 motor. Only the maps are car dependant.

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    Part #11
    Selling your used/new parts and cars.


    First and foremost... if you are a vendor or want to sell a product that you produce, you need to contact Bu11dogg2 or Unsakred. Advertising or spamming on this forum without vendor status is strickly prohibited.

    If you are regular member and want to sell something that you have kicking around the garage or house please follow these instructions:

    1. From your tool bar click "Forums"
    2. From the first block, select "The Market Place"
    3. Chose the proper sub forum (i.e. Member classifieds if your selling your Down Pipe)

    Things to remember and rules!!

    1. POST A PRICE!!!! Mods have the right to delete or close your thread if you do not post a price.
    2. PICTURES!!!! if you don't post them.. people will ask. Save yourself the time and hassle and post them up. Also, make sure that they are pictures of the ACTUAL product... (not pictures stolen from ebay or google or another member)
    take multiple picture, the more the better.
    3. Research the product prior to selling it. Find out how much they usually go for used and price accordingly.
    4. If you have a low post count and a zero iTrader do not be suprised if you do not sell your item.
    5. Preffer local pick up. We have been fortunate enough on this board to not have any issues with scams... but you never know. ALWAYS use Paypal, money orders or cashier checks. Personal checks can bounce....
    6. Shipping, make sure you say if you are willing to ship or not and how much it will cost. Remember.... shipping to Canada costs the buyer customs fee's. The Canadians love to ask you to ship it as a "Returned item" so that they don't have to pay a custom's fee. Be wary of this as you cannot insure it this way. They can claim they never got the product, as there is no way to track a package once it goes over that invisible line. You can lose your money, and your product that way.

    REMEMBER! if the deal is too good to be true... it probably is....

    Selling your car:

    1. Check the Kelly Blue Book value price your car above that to start.
    2. PICTURES!!! inside and out... the more the better
    3. Offer the VIN# for inspection
    4. List of mods
    5. Don't be discouraged... maybe 1 in 10 cars that go up for sale in this forum get sold to a member on this forum. (use EBAY, trust me)
    6. Be prepared to negotiate. Start your price high, so you can work down.

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