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Old 05-28-2009, 06:57 PM   #1
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Default STi Oil Pan on 99 2.5 Engine?

Hello,

So I found a hole in my oil pan on my 99 2.5RS. I was wondering if a STi Oil pan would bolt up to that engine? I assume yes because subarus are Legos.

If I were to do this what all would I need? Oil pan, pick up, dip stick. What else?

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Old 05-29-2009, 09:43 AM   #2
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bolt up? not sure

but you will need the correct pan, baffle, dip stick, dip stick tube and pan strainer for starters.....
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bolt up? not sure

but you will need the correct pan, baffle, dip stick, dip stick tube and pan strainer for starters.....
Any way you can help me out with that Subie Gal?
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Anyone ever try this or see if the STi Oil pan will bolt up to the 2.5 NA in a 99 RS?
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