My soon to be ez36 mt 4th gen legacy

A.K.A. How to fix the ej255

It's in the hole, everything is taking place slowly. I'll write you all on the swap when everything is working!

At least the intake fills the huge turbo hole


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  • out of curiosity, what ECU did you use?

      2 years ago
  • Stock and reliable isn't always a bad start. That's where I'm at right now, haha. And yes, the headers are always- ALWAYS on a terrible wait time. Most people buy them and just set them in their garage while they wait for the cash to finish the rest of the setup. If you ever want a tune I would definitely hit up XRT. He remote tunes but does a fantastic job. Been working with him for a few months and sends little updates every now and then to see if he can adjust just a bit more. It's still a newer engine. So far our group has grown to over a dozen and climbing quick.

    I would do a catback to start and get re-tuned. It's a plucky little engine. This is mine, and she's getting pretty quick. Just a drop-in filter so far. I've got the 5EAT auto transmission as well. I'm itching to do a cat-back to relieve some back pressure but I need to sort out the shocks/struts/springs first. As well as brakes.

      3 years ago
  • Damn, those DriveTribe notifications are late. Yup I saw about XRT when looking out the Raptor headers. The lead time on the headers was too long for the project. Anyway I want to start with stock and reliable, it was the whole point of going H6 NA. Then get bored and add some power :)

      3 years ago
  • This is gonna be a beast. If you need a tuner, I know just the guy too!

    I've got a 2011 Legacy with the EZ36 and can't wait to open the stock exhaust up for some power. There's a supercharger kit too from Raptor but, you might already know this :P

      3 years ago