Curated Offroad Subaru Build Guides

In 2017 I bought my first Subaru: a worn-out $440 1987 Subaru DL wagon for the OG Oregon Gambler 500. Two weeks later photobucket broke the internet, and most of the threads I was relying on to modify the car.

My goal is not to replace USMB, NASIOC, or any other messaging board, but to self host as much content as possible to ensure it doesn't go away again in the future.

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Rebuild Your Weber DGAV Carb

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Submitted to Lifted Subarus by Will Clarkson, originally published in Classic Ford Magazine.

The Weber 32/36 DGV and DGAV carburettors were fitted to a whole host of classic Fords (and subarus), and many have since been retrospectively fitted as a useful performance upgrade. The carbs are easy to set-up and maintain, however like most things in life they do benefit from some tlc from time to time – either a service or a full rebuild. Fortunately, service kits and replacement parts such as jets, diaphragms and valves are all still readily available from the likes of Webcon direct and Weber dealers.