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Old 09-11-2019, 05:53 PM   #16
GlarryHoodDIT
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Location: Colorado
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2016 WRX

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Originally Posted by xX_STI_Xx View Post
Mark my words, there will be a section on NASIOC for the future STI model called "Carbon Build-up Issue(s)" when the new car comes out.
https://forums.nasioc.com/forums/sho....php?t=2756556

I know you think this is all mind-blowing and new information for us, it isnt. This has been a known issue since the platform came out.

There are no long term reliability issues with carbon buildup, it just requires preventative maintenance every 50-60k miles. It's a $500 service at most shops, that's cheaper than a set of tires. BMW, Lexus, Ford, Mazda, all use DI in several of their engines, including the Focus RS and multiple Mustang models. Nissan uses DI on their Juke model, Infiniti just released a DI motor they referred to as the most advanced Infiniti V6 engine ever.

Please, research and stop mindlessly posting dribble.
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