This blog has been created to track the progress on the Subvair Project:

The Subvair project consists of taking a 1967 Corvair Monza Coupe and replacing the curent 110Hp motor with a modern fuel injected Subaru Imprezza WRX STi Twin Turbo Boxer motor. This motor will mount in the stock location (rear of the vehicle) to preserve the Corvair look, feel and uniqueness of this historical vehicle. The transaxle will be from a 1975 Porsche 911 called a 915 Porsche Transaxle. Every week I will post on the status of this project.


4 Responses to “About”

  1. 1 Michelle October 6, 2010 at 8:51 am

    Sweeeettt!!But it will be eaten up for breakfasta souped up Japanese CivicType R

  2. 3 twistedengineering November 11, 2010 at 5:03 pm

    Civic Type R? Really? Just and interesting fact, if it werent for Ralph Nader and his somewhat false accusations, America would own the sub compact world since the introduction of the Corvair. It is very easy to appreciate “me too” cars being as how many are on the road and how many affordable mods and aftermarket parts are available for them. I say that with much respect to Japanese auto makers. Especially to those with their own wacky endeavors like the Mazda rx line and its Wankle powerplant. The whole idea (I hope I’m right boys) is to think outside of the box a little. Understand that its not a pissing match any more. Lets just not make the same mistakes that we have in the past and continue to develop insane and yet practical designs. Now that that’s out of the way…. Awesome website, I love it! I wish you could keep the Corvair Powerplant and just rework it, but understand why you decided not to! Although I still think a Corvair with six independent throttle bodies and fuel injection fed air by two decent size turbos would be awesome! I know it would take a serious rework to the intake side of the heads but it would be well worth it!.

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