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Old 08-24-2013, 10:56 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by guroove View Post
If you check the japanese Subaru web site, it lists different power outputs according to what fuel is used. It appears as if it can adjust boost and timing to make more power with better fuel. The interesting thing is that with better fuel, torque comes on earlier, and holds longer, but it's pretty much capped at around 258 ft-lbs. Based on this, it seems someone wants to keep it limited at that point for the sake of not destroying the CVT. I wouldn't try to push it past 300 ft-lbs.
Subaru's Ecu in this car suposedly learns what fuel you are pump through it and it is the first turbo subaru has put out to my knowledge that 87 oct is ok (although not recommended) but if you put 87 in it I am sure the boost is cut down to protect the turbo but that I am not sure on.
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