Old News from February 2001
|Additions posted Wednesday, February 28, 2001 by Dave|
I've added Gary's 94 Sport Sedan and 95 LSI Wagon to the Turbo-Centric Members list. A couple of uncommon cars indeed.
I also added a guide to replacing the front swaybar end links in The Library. A most worthwhile upgrade for sure, and not terribly expensive for what you get.
|More miscellaneous debris posted Thursday, February 22, 2001 by Dave|
I'm concentrating a lot more on the wagon now that the temperatures are climbing above the 30s during the day, and rain is more common than snow.
I purchased a set of replacement front end-links from SubaruParts.com along with a new set of bushings. Unfortuantely the bushings were probably the wrong ones, as they were noticeably smaller than the ones i took off. Oh well, no big deal.
I'd almost completed replacing my end-links when i got to the bottom bolt on the passenger side. Unfortunately it had fused itself with the metal insert in the link and no matter what i did, i couldn't get it off. Thank goodness for a die grinder...
I can't wait to get a new bolt and see how these new OE replacements do. I'm sure solid links would feel great, but new will have to do. I'll have a write-up posted when the job is complete.
|New TC Member posted Thursday, February 22, 2001 by Dave|
I've added Mark's 92 Sport Sedan Rally car to the Turbo-Centric Members page.
Mark has a good start on a fine car, with a full rollcage, ACT clutch and TEIN suspension with more to come.
Mark's Rally Car
|New stuff posted Wednesday, February 7, 2001 by Dave|
I added Miki's yellow wagon to the Turbo-Centric Members page. It's a nice Finnish wagon with some cool mods and flashy paint touches. Nice. Have a look.
I also added some info on my nice Apex-i AVC-R electronic Boost controller over in the Library. Have a look.
And finally, Miki also sent me this link to an article on the Subaru Liberty RS. Liberty is the name for the Legacy in the land Down Under. This article is about older cars, with information about what features made the car good and why you should look for it. Very cool. Read!