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This is a discussion on subaru wrx within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; just want to no is it easy to pull out the engine of wrx and leave the engine side of ...

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    Thumbs up subaru wrx

    just want to no is it easy to pull out the engine of wrx and leave the engine side of the gearbox on a bottle jack what do ye think fellas cherrs.

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    well, i pulled my engine and tranny out together and it was pretty easy if thats what your asking... oh yeah, but my whole front end was cut off

    i see what your saying... just leave the tranny supports on. why cant you do that? i think theres 2 of them, one back be were the drive shaft is and the other one is kinda in the middle

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    well thanks prorally wannable for that,ya there should be no reson why i cant split the engine and box,i am going to take my rad & light out so i have room to pull it out,whats up with ur car,i think i mite have to do a full rebuild.

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    i rolled it last march and now im fixing most of it and building a rally car out of it. i had to pull the engine to get to all the damaged pieces and the tranny is broke so i just pulled it out together.

    see my build at... http://www.clubwrx.net/forums/everyd...rally-car.html
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    *EDIT*
    Last edited by ProRallyWannabe; 12-07-2010 at 04:45 PM.
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    subaru

    o rite,its comeing out well man.

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    cool man, got any pictures?
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