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post #21 of 30 (permalink) Old 12-10-2018, 09:23 AM Thread Starter
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Hit 30,000mi this weekend.


Changed the oil and discovered the oil pan gushes fluid. Great design Subaru. #facepalm

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That's some impressive MPG your getting must be low drag from that thin air.

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Next planned upgrade for the 3.6R coming July 2019.


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Had the day off today, so I decided to install the 19mm rear sway bar with upgraded bushings. The rear of the car feels much more stable and tight during faster turns.
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Had the day off today, so I decided to install the 19mm rear sway bar with upgraded bushings. The rear of the car feels much more stable and tight during faster turns.


Ha. I just saw you on the sway bar thread and commented! Glad you like it. On my list too... what bushings did you use?

And how goes the pregnancy?

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Ha. I just saw you on the sway bar thread and commented! Glad you like it. On my list too... what bushings did you use?

And how goes the pregnancy?
Shawn, Chris ( @traildogck ) makes the bushings. Here is his thread: https://www.subaruoutback.org/forums...k-cke-ssp.html

He makes a few different version of the bushings. I would pm him to determine the correct firmness. I went with 85d.

As for the pregnancy, it is good! Just passed 16 weeks!

Edit: BTW, there is a 20mm RSB version too: https://www.subaruoutback.org/forums...-sway-bar.html
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Had the day off today, so I decided to install the 19mm rear sway bar with upgraded bushings. The rear of the car feels much more stable and tight during faster turns.
Right On on the Upgrade...lol.

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Right On on the Upgrade...lol.
A little late then never, lol!

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[QUOTE=Whammy;5765025]

He makes a few different version of the bushings. I would pm him to determine the correct firmness. I went with 85d.

As for the pregnancy, it is good! Just passed 16 weeks!

Edit: BTW, there is a 20mm RSB

That's awesome.. congratulations. I'm new here and since we are expecting as well , I tried the xt and 2.5 then 3.6 and we will totally be getting one come March before baby is here

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