How much would it cost and what all would need changed to do an sti swap on an 02 impreza outback sport

Asked by Aug 18, 2014 at 07:18 AM about the 2002 Subaru Outback Sport

Question type: Car Customization

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246,165

Frequent some Subaru forums, I'm sure someone has down the swap. My initial guess is it would be easier and cheaper to just purchase an STI...http://www.thesubaruforum.com/forum.php

34,565

I'm with Tom. It's a lot easier to get it the way the factory did it.

6,405

It's not cheap. You need the motor, trans, rear diff, all 4 stub axles and hubs, the brakes, the ECU and wiring harness. Basically all the powertrian and drivetrain and electronics.

6,405

Cheapest way to do it is to find a wrecked STI in a scrap yard that only has body dammage and buy it to swap everything over.

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