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    I recently purchased a 2002 Subaru outback sedan with the h6 3.0 engine for use as a daily driver/rally car. I'm probab r r going reserved 22r333ly not going to be competing in events with it because in order to win said events I have to ditch the daily aspect of it, but it will certainly be getting some rally mods just to make it a ton of fun to drive both on the street and in the dirt.

    Sadly the h6 3.0 has almost zero performance mods except for a supercharger(what even) and since the car also came with a flat four a swap will definitely be in order in the future.

    Does anybody know of any other modifications I can make to the car? So far I've only put mudflaps on it but I'm saving up for a lightbar, some Hellas, skidplate, momo sti wheel, and a couple other small things. I want to get a roof scoop but it has a sunroof which sucks because it ruins the look and it doesn't even work.

    I hate to be a poser and just put appearance parts on but there's not much else I can do until I can get a decent motor and trans in there(the trans is a total sloshbox and they don't even make a manual for my engine, yuck) so I'm trying to make the best of what I've got.
    "The best drivers have dead flies on their side windows"
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    2002 outback h6 3.0 sedan

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    The rules appy to most gas engines:
    CCC
    Compression
    Camshaft
    Carburation---well used to..
    But you get the idea.


    If you were over on the forum where people actually detail what they build---it was founded primarily for that reason---I could suggest you contact a generally nice guy over in I da Hoe who did this already in his car..
    And bought suspension for me.
    And went pretty damn good---till he flipped it nose to tail a coupla of times.

    I think the name of the phorum is in my signature.
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    Put an STi six speed gearbox behind that H6 3.0.

    I did.
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    Will it bolt on though? I've heard they don't make a manual that will fit that engine, maybe there's an adapter. I definitely would because really the engine makes plenty of torque and power it's just the auto trans that ruins it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flat six bandit View Post
    Will it bolt on though? I've heard ...
    Yes. It's sitting in my garage.

    Anders
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    Your question is probably answered in Rally University.

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