Dave's Legacy Central - Lot's of good information on
the older style Legacies, modifications, reviews, and pics. Dave has probably one of the premiere sites for the first
generation legacies and turbo legacies.
Gary's Legacy - Gary has some good useful tips and info. I used his advice for door locks that lock themselves.
I also tried the electronic hesitation fix he used to sell. It was ok, I didn't really like what it did and how it made the car feel. I ended up getting a new knock sensor, since I butchered the old one. Also, they updated the knock sensor to a newer version that is supposed to be less sensitive
Mitchell's 91 Legacy GT Site - He has a Japanese spec 91 Legacy GT wagon. Very nice wagon. He's working on the site, but he's got some pics of the rear diff plate, IAC valve, and TPS.
Russ's Little Subie Page - Info on his 95 Legacy LSi wagon, and 2000 Impreza Sport L wagon.
Steve's World - Info on his 95 Legacy, mods, maintenance information, links, and G-Tech Pro data.
Subie Gal - Info on rallies, events, as well as her 99 Legacy GT (RIP). She has a new Impreza, and its got the same styling, check it out.
Submanz's Subaru Site - Dan has a lot of detailed technical info on controlling boost, fuel pressure, engine management, and more.
Ultimate Subaru Website - Site setup by Shawn, he runs the USMB. More info about the older Subaru's.
The Unofficial Outback Homepage - A site about the Subaru Outback. It has a very comprehensive FAQ section.
BC-BF Legacy Works - Nice informative
club for Legacy owners, mainly for 90-94 US-Spec Legacies. This group has pretty much been replaced by the
Legacy Central BBS. However there are still people
around on it, just not as much.
i-club - A nice site to see Subaru modifications and miscellaneous stuff.
NASIOC - North American Subaru Impreza Owner's Club. This was the "old" i-club, until things got a little crazy with the two guys who founded it. They split ways and one is running i-club, and the other is heading NASIOC.
Top Subaru Sites - A top 50 type of site for Subarus.
Forum Subaru - A new Subaru forum, with what looks to be quite a diverse set of forums and information.
I-Club - Same thing as Impreza Owner's Club, and yes there is a forum there too.
Legacy Central BBS - This board was formed since the yahoo groups board was not really meeting our needs. This board is probably one of the best spots for information on the first gen. legacy.
NASIOC - The "old" i-club. It's too long a story to try and explain, now there's two boards.
ScoobyMods - Another message board, run a little different, has a Q&A forum that is open, and the other forums are closed, but have some good technical info in them.
ScoobyTech.Net - ScoobyTech is a forum that was created for more in depth technical discussion. It used to be an invite only forum. They have now added a public forum section. Lots of good technical info here.
The Ultimate Subaru Message Board - Excellent message board. Probably one of the most beneficial and knowledgeable crowds around....for Subaru's of course.
1st Subaru Parts - Online source for OEM Subaru parts.
Aaron's Auto Wrecking - New and used Subaru parts.
All Subaru - Carter Subaru's performance department.
Allwheelsdriven - Specializes in sales, performance parts and rally prep of 1990 - 2005 all wheel drive cars.
Baker Precision - Baker carry's a multitude of racing products. They also have some of the the best pricing for NEO Synthetic oils.
Car Toys - Stereo chain along the west coast where I purchased most of my stuff.
Cobb Tuning - Aftermarket tuner for Subaru's. Haven't really dealt with them, but have a fair amount of stuff.
Constant Velocity Of Ocala - One of the best places to have your CV axles rebuilt. They have excellent customer service.
Digital Domain Inc. - Road Dyno - It's basically what it says. A device you hookup to your car, and can get horsepower and torque. Check out details on the site. I've purchased one of these, however I have yet to get it to work properly, so beware.
Factory Pro - Motorcylce tuning/performance company. They have an interesting view regarding wideband O2 sensors. Check out the article
Forced Air Technologies - Turbo kits for SVX as well as for the 2.2 and 2.5 engines. Very nice work.
IWTU Electronics - This is the home of the Torque chip 2 computer add-on for Subaru computers. Al, the guy who makes them is a good honest guy. If you have questions, don't hesitate to contact him.
Kartboy - Kartboy makes short throw shifters, shifter bushings, and other various products. They are extremely knowledgable and helpful. I highly recommend them.
Liberty Subaru - I've used this Subaru dealership for parts. They have good prices and good shipping. You're best off just calling them and asking for their parts department. Mention you saw their add in Car & Driver or Road & Track and they'll give you a discount.
Marren Motorsports - A place to get fuel components, and injectors cleaned.
Nino's Auto Accessories - They mainly carry products for the newer model Subarus, but do have some very good prices on certain items.
Perfection Motorsports - They carry some top-end quality products, including parts for the first generation Legacies.
Primitive Racing - Aftermarket parts for Subaru's and info about rallying.
Provo - I'm not exactly sure where this company is located, probably Japan, but they have some nice Subaru accessories and mods.
Rallispec - JDM Subaru performance parts and tuning service.
Rallitek - Subaru performance shop based in Oregon.
RC Engineering - They balance & blue print injectors as well as sell other performance racing injectors.
Renick Subaru / Renick Motorsports - Subaru dealership in California. Their motorsports division has good deals on Whiteline springs, ask for Brett Moncur.
SPD Tuning Service - A very good site for Subaru performance parts. Mike is very knowledgeable and very willing to help you find what will be the best setup for your car. I bought a used 18mm t-legacy anti-sway bar, it was an excellent choice with my car's current suspension setup.
SPO Motorsports - This company has some very nice products. Lot's of performance parts and importers for SYMS racing equipment.
Subaruparts.com - Online Subaru store. I mainly use their online parts catalogue.
Subaruwrxparts.com - Another online Subaru performance parts store.
Subaru Performance Page - A very comprehensive vendor list for performance parts.
Subaru, Suzuki, & Kia Auto Recycling - I've gotten some stuff from these guys. They have reasonable prices and have quite a bit of Subaru stuff. This is where Dave @ Legacy Central got his stuff for his tranny swap.
Super Rupair - The largest Subaru wrecker in the nation. They're based out of Boulder, CO.
Susquehanna MotorSports - One of the few places you can get the Hella Supertones online. I have not personally delt with them. However I have some friends that have, and would highly recommend them.
Teague's Auto - Good site for performance Subaru parts. He carries STi and Cusco Parts as well as quite a few others.
The Tire Rack - Online tire & wheel store.
Z-1 Performance Automotive Services - They carry mainly JDM parts, and can usually get hard to find items.