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Old 12-18-2012, 09:26 AM   #6719
acumenhokie
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Location: Talleyville, DE
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2010 LGT....2009 FXT

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This is very good info. Thank you very much. Not sure why everyone else on the internet says everyone on NASIOC is an asshat (lulz).

The 5th gen Legacy platform is IMO very unique and there is very little real world experience around unlocking what the true potential really is (only sold in the US for 3 years and I'm only aware of 3 people who have done turbo upgrades).

Really curious to see how unique things like the following start to behave once you "go big": OEM ELH, Dual AVCS, bottom mount turbo (no up-pipe, full boost by 2800rpms) and 6 speed WRX transmission (5 speed WRX with shaved cogs to fit 6 gears in)

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I always strongly recommend having wideband o2 gauge with E85 so you know if you get a bad fill up (less than the normal 70% minimum) for some reason.
Already added a boost gauge and will likely add wideband and oil pressure (but might pull them from the AP real-time initially).

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I would say you should call the station and try to find out their long term plans with their E85 pump.
Definitely on my "to do" list

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We don't have any 5th gen LGTs around here so I haven't tuned one myself but from what I've seen on the open source forums, there is plenty support for this platform if you wanted to go the open source route for tuning. .
Nobody has experience turning 5th gens and there is no open source. I called IAG about tuning the other day and they've had 1 5th gen there ever and it was just being tuned for an exhaust. There is no open source for the 5th gen so don't really have an option there (I'm already running Cobb AP with 3" AVO TBE).
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