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I have subaru legacy without turbo so my dad want to change and put turbo is it ok?

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No, the modifications to the motor's heads, cooling and oil systems are too great for a home user - the motor must be completely rebuild by specialized shop for that.

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This depends on the year model, as it might need more than just an engine swap......it may require a new engine ecu, and wiring harness etc..........you did not state the year model so i cannot give you a proper 100 % answer !!

Posted on May 27, 2011

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