have another budget build on Modified, it’s a unique type of modded vehicle
too. The L series Subaru. Yep L series sports wagon. Adam has built this fun off-roading/camping
machine for just $6000 AUD.
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This is Adam’s second L series Subaru and most modified one so far, this one has a 6 inch body lift with 27inch tyres and does pretty much what all the other vehicles can do.
4WD on any terrain with the right driver behind the wheel, this is not a point and shoot 4WD. It’s a think ahead and pick the right line which is the type of 4 Wheeling most of us like to do if we want a thrill.
One thing that impressed me the most was the amount of space Adam found in the wagon and made every inch usable, I’ll let the video do the rest of the talking, enjoy.
Vehicles Specs (NOTE* Mod details below):
Make model: L series sportswagon
Engine: 1.8l 4 cyl Petrol ea82
Drive train: 4x4
Suspension: Monroe shocks
· Standard engine
· recon heads
· Aluminium Radiator
· Hilux snorkel
· Dual battery system
· 120w solar panel
· Rear fuse box for second battery
· 22 inch light bar on bull bar
· 32 inch curved light bar on roof
· Rear work lights
Comms & GPS:
· Gme tx3200
· Gme 6.6 dbl antenna
· Vms 700hdx
Suspension and tyres:
Bar work and exterior mods:
Back of the wagon:
• Flinders rangers
• Bendleby ranges (flinders rangers)
• cape Elizabeth (yorke peninsula)
Unstoppable moment in the sports wagon:
Saunders Gorge Sanctuary making hill climbs all the big 4wd make.
Most scary situation in the Subaru:
Saunders Gorge Sanctuary just making the climb on the hardest track they have.
Adam’s modification tips:
Things to lookout for with the Subaru L series:
Do body lift not suspension lift, will snap a lot of cv joints
Top 3 tips with the (Your Vehicle Make Model):
1. Good Tyres
2. Body Lift
3. Simple Dual battery system
Thanks to the following people for helping with my build:
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