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Hi, It's my first post on here, was wondering if anyone had any thoughts or ideas on best steps to take with the situation I'm in. I have a 59' reg (2010) Outback with the 3.6 EZ36 engine and I live in Aviemore, Scotland. I bought the car a couple of years back with 67k miles, 5k later the coolant light began to illuminate intermittently, this got worse to the point where it was flashing (indicating to pull over let the engine cool). The local garage carried out a pressure test, which came back fine, I proceeded to take it to the Dealer in Inverness who told me it's likely that the h
Overview This report details the results of a build completed by Scoobyclinic. It illustrates that a combination of parts, which on correct assembly could result in an engine capable of a solid 440bhp but fail completely within a very short space of time (approx 6200 miles) due to a number of reasons - Head studs incorrectly fitted, head bolts not torqued down, machined faces scored, liners proud of block, poor honing and piston to cylinder gap intolerance History Built by ScoobyClinic for Mikee Singh Sold by M Singh to James Bastable Sold by J Bastable