Join Date: May 2007
Car: 2003 2.5 4EAT with AWP and 2002 3.0 L.L. Bean wagons.
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The 3.6 is the updated version of the 3.3 that has been in use for the Tribeca for a few year I believe. All in all the older 3.0's are dang near bulletproof, I have no reason to expect different from the 3.6. Even better now that they do not require premium fuel for optimal performance.
Speaking of performance, there is little in the H6 aftermarket area. But the amount of horsepower and torque are about what my old Ford V8 had, the OB just weighs a little more and has less aggressive gearing in the 5 speed auto.
Have you tried using the Google search bar at the top of the forum?
2003 Outback 2.5 wagon: "Kaylee". 161,000 and counting.
More rust than I care to think about. And leaking head gaskets. And electrical gremlins. Still flyin'.
2002 L.L. Bean Limited 3.0 Outback wagon: "Mal". 110,000 and counting.
Scangauge II. Plenty of battle scars. Fixing up the previous owner's neglect.