Prevelance World Wide of Legacy Twin Turbo GTB Wagon

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harv

Hi All,
About a year ago I got myself the car mentioned in the title.
I currently live in Japan and was just wondering if the Twin Turbo model
made its way arround the world a) out of interest and b) to gauge my
chances of getting an English workshop manual.
1997 model with 2L engine, Sequential Turbos, factory bilstien shocks
and Factory 17" wheels.
Same as this one:
http://www.autoweb.com.au/cms/usedcars/make_Subaru/model_LEGACY/ID_1565214/vehicle.html

Had a bit of a search about but most of the ones out of Japan seem to
have been imports (exports).

Cheers,
Harv
 
harv said:
Hi All,
About a year ago I got myself the car mentioned in the title.
I currently live in Japan and was just wondering if the Twin Turbo model
made its way arround the world a) out of interest and b) to gauge my
chances of getting an English workshop manual.

Shiploads of subbies have come into New Zealand, they're about the most
popular import on the road. The GTB is quite common. I own a '90 GT wagon
but have never seen a manual for it. The nearest I got was a Haynes manual
for the Liberty - not very close.

Dave
 
harv said:
Hi All,
About a year ago I got myself the car mentioned in the title.
I currently live in Japan and was just wondering if the Twin Turbo model
made its way arround the world a) out of interest and b) to gauge my
chances of getting an English workshop manual.
1997 model with 2L engine, Sequential Turbos, factory bilstien shocks
and Factory 17" wheels.
Same as this one:
http://www.autoweb.com.au/cms/usedcars/make_Subaru/model_LEGACY/ID_1565214/vehicle.html

Had a bit of a search about but most of the ones out of Japan seem to
have been imports (exports).

Cheers,
Harv

We don't have this in the US.

I had to find a conversion factor for kilowatts. I see that one
kilowatt equals 1.34 horsepower, so 206 kw is, WOW, 278 hp. Pretty good
for a four cylinder!

Though my 165 Legacy L wagon (stripped down model) with 165 hp (139 kw)
seems more than adequate for my purposes.

Tom Reingold
Noo Joizy
USA
 

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