A simple google search would have answered this guy’s question. LS swaps on a Subarus are known to be able to be done, but it seems like this person is more of a dreamer than a doer. Anything can be done with time, talent, and money. However, if you have to ask random people on Facebook how to do something as complex as a engine swap you might be over your head in all three areas.
So I have nothing against a nicely stanced Subaru put together with quality parts. However, when your Subaru is so low that your axles are grinding into the body/frame of the Subaru we might have a problem.
I mean what’s the worst that can happen? Maybe the axle grinds in half and snaps while driving down the road and you have an accident. Hopefully yourself or no one else is injured
Maybe instead of trying to “make your baby a little sexier” you take care of your legal problems and just drive your Subaru the way it is.