2.5/2.2

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warpony
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2.5/2.2

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I've owned my 94 legacy wagon for7 yrs and it's undergone alot of mods. Time to address the motor. I would like any information on the 2.5/2.2 hybrid. What yrs block would be best to use? Are the cam/crankshaft pulleys all the same between the motors?
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Re: 2.5/2.2

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Welcome to the BBS.

Are you asking about the turbo or non-turbo motor?
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Re: 2.5/2.2

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Non turbo. I've lifted the car and would like to regain some power. This is my off road toy.
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Re: 2.5/2.2

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Check out this thread. There's quite a bit of info there on various setups. I'll be honest, you're probably not going to see a huge increase in power, but just depends on what you're looking for.

viewtopic.php?f=5&t=49579
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2020 Outback Limted XT

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