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    Which subaru forum??

    I need to do some research on my outback and wondering what the better forums were for knowledge? How to, electrical troubleshooting, mechanical maintenance, etc.

    checking out subaruoutback.org now, any recommendations on others?

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    nasioc
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    +1 on nasioc

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    dirtyimpeza, subaruoutback.org, subaruforester.org

    nasioc is the pinkbike of the Subaru world. I avoid it like the plague.

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    Changed my timing belt via Nasioc.
    "It's only when you stand over it, you know, when you physically stand over the bike, that then you say 'hey, I don't have much stand over height', you know"-T. Ellsworth

    You're turning black metallic.

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    www.legacygt.com for all your Legacy/Outback needs.

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    +1 for subaruoutback,org. I used to frequent them when I had an outback.

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    nasioc is full of ****** bags

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    http://www.ultimatesubaru.org/forum/
    Where I go for straight tech info with no posturing. And really the only source for older vehicles.

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    What model? Both the Outback and Forester org sites are good. I stopped going to nasioc because of the ricer posturing that is so prevalent- if you don't drive a WRX or STi, you don't drive a "real" Subaru.

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    trolled through the nasioc site and I didnt like the layout and feel from the boards.

    may stick with the subaruoutback.org and will give legacygt a shot.

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    Lots of carry over on the Forester site too. I was on there first, even though I only had an Outback at the time. Seems like more technical knowledge on there than on the Outback website...

    And glad you got the idea for NASIOC right away.

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    I have always used legacygt.com as well. Great site.
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    legacygt.com here as well.
    Ride More

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    The Legacy forum is very good. I found a tuner for my WRX on that site. Much easier to read the info when pissing matches aren't taking place over AFR and dyno charts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by singletrack
    http://www.ultimatesubaru.org/forum/
    Where I go for straight tech info with no posturing. And really the only source for older vehicles.
    I go there too. If you want in-depth technical advice or just advice on purchasing an older Subaru, these guys can help you out (especially with the 1996-1999, 2000-2005 Outbacks).

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