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Brucey
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Can someone confirm that part number

E4010AJ002

Fits the 2015+ Outback?
 

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Can someone confirm that part number

E4010AJ002

Fits the 2015+ Outback?

You mean the SSD one? It's
STBOB172.53.6BLACK. They got them on Ebay for under $200.
 
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Oops, my mind cannot do two things at once. I was just talking to a co-worker about the sway bar and got my wires crossed.
 

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@Brucey, you have no interest in the SSD tower brace? I installed it and love the results...



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I'd be curious as well. I know quite a bit of the WRX platform suspension can swap over so I imagine a strut tower might as well. You can also find plenty of them for much cheaper, especially used from reputable companies like Perrin or Cusco, and the strut plates fit all 3 studs rather than 2.
 

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A year later 8posts and the original Question still ha not been answered!!!

Does the F’ing Sti strut brace pn# E4010AJ002 fit a Gen5 a Outback.
 
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I've seen this same question asked on three different threads with no answer.

Someone has to have a friend with a modded STI they can borrow the part from???
 

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I've seen this same question asked on three different threads with no answer.

Someone has to have a friend with a modded STI they can borrow the part from???
What's the point? Just buy the SSD that fits at half the price.
But with the strut towers already integrated into the firewall, I don't think you'd get anything for the expense.
 

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They should make these magnetic so you could hang your tools on it when working under the hood. That would give it some value.
 

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I don’t expect it to do much just look cool. Hoping I could use my SOA coupon to purchase. Oh well
 

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I can't answer the original question about whether the E4010AJ002 part will fit the BS model Outback, but this thread keeps appearing in Google results, so I'm adding this post to say that the official Subaru part number for the "STi Flexible Strut Tower Brace" to suit the Outback BS and Liberty/Legacy BN model (2015-2019) is SG517AL100 or E4010AL000 (both are same part, just find the number that is used in your local country). JapanParts stock code is 513-016-002 and they have a listing for it here.

Yes, it's more expensive.
 

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+1 Also interested in this.
The best I've found is $350 for the subaru part (unconfirmed fit) or $215 for the SSD one (the $35 shipping is killer). If anyone finds a cheaper reputable link for a STB please post. Thank you.
Nameless makes one

 

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Nameless makes one

I have the nameless one installed. Came with the required 4 centering nuts to install in place of the strut tower nuts. I liked the price, and the construction quality is good.
 
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