Making Subaru Parts Great Again
We’ve been in car dealership business since 2006, started as a small company in Pennsylvania, and grew large by expanding our business worldwide. Not only that we are your best choice for you to get Subaru parts, but you can also inquire about any engine part that has Subaru mark on it.
Repairing damaged or entirely broken Subaru parts is what we do best. Due to our ten year experience of dealing with Subaru engines, transmissions, brakes, exhausts and other parts essential for this car, we’ve perfected the process of restoration. We know how hard it is to get shipping services for certain parts, so why not repair it?
Mod adjustment is a new service that we’ve introduced and are proud to offer to our unique clientele. If you want to get more from your ride, the best thing you can do it tune it up by adding a couple of hot mods. Nothing else perks up your ride more than a couple of high-tech suspension parts or a new brake system.
Performing maintenance on your own may cost you money and time, and in the end, you might even do irreversible damage to a specific car part. This is why it is always recommended that you turn to professional for help. We have the right tools and machines to do a thorough diagnostic car test and reassure you that you’ve come to the right place.
Subaru Impreza has been manufactured since 1992 by Subaru. Over the years they’ve improved this model in so many ways, giving birth to new generations in the process. Currently, there are five generations. But if you are a fan of the old school Impreza’s from the first generation and have one in the garage how […]
We all know how much time and effort we invest in the process of improving our ride’s performance and esthetics. And whether you’re into racing or just doing this for fun, you can’t ignore the fact that there is a certain amount of risk that comes with buying parts on your own. What you need […]
The EA52 was never sold in the US, and not much is interchangeable with later engines except for the EA62. See EA62 notes. All EA61 and EA63 engines are 100% bolt-in swaps. They share most every part. The EA62 found in the 1300G has rear exhaust ports (like a Type1 VW). It can replace EA61/EA63 […]
Nitty-Gritty Swap Information: Swapping an EA61 to an EA63: Bolt-in, no mods necessary. Reuse your original intake, carb, and distributor. Some late EA63 used the wider bellhousing, so you might want to snag that and the starter too, just incase. Clutches and Pressure plates are identical. An evening job! Swapping an EA61 to an EA71 […]