156 HP
153 LB-FT
Curb Weight
3350 LB
All Wheel Drive
Engine Size
2.5 L
Transmission Type
Top Speed
130 MPH
Standing Quarter Mile
17.9 Seconds
Zero to Sixty
10.3 Seconds
MPG (City/Highway)
18/23 MPG

I bought this car in June of 2014 stock as a rock with 160,250 miles on it. Since then I've had over 80,000 miles of extreme fun and the usual Subaru misery on Scooby. Based In Las Vegas, since I've owned it this car has seen everything from snow, mud, and the dry lakebed; to Autocross tracks, the drag strip, and the Smith's parking lot. I've been driving the piss out of this Outback since about a month after I bought her and I've loved every second of it. People always ask me why I'm trying to build an Outback of all things, and I don't give them the usual answer of: "cause I like to be different bro!" No, I instead have them go for a ride with me in the car on a twisty road and let the experience speak for itself. The BH9 is such a fantastic chassis to be a handling sleeper, so it shocks me that there's so few people who build it accordingly. Everyone chooses to do some lame off-road build. In late 2019 I will be doing an EJ205 swap. After this is done, ol' Scoobert will be sitting at stock WRX power but hopefully reliable. Thank you for your time if you read through all of this, and let me know any feedback you have on my build. Also you can follow both Scoob and my ST on my YouTube channel: DerekLikesCars, or on Instagram @send_scubes

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