I can get the 5 speed auto shifting as fast as a DSG(yes, I tune VAG and GTR too so I know how fast they shift)I'd take a DSG, but not a torque converter equipped slush box that Subaru puts in. Though, that's only if I were incapable of driving a manual (physically).
EcuFlash works, you only need to buy a US$200 Tactrix from Tactrix and I can remote tune the carbare in Mind im In Kuwait
how can i benefit from a tune? will an AP work?
was thinking exhaust intake as a step 1 but as i said there are no shops that are available
closest thing is in bahrain or UAE
That's not the point. I don't like slushboxes and torque converters. I'd rather have a twin clutch DSG. They just feel better and have better throttle response due to no slippery parts in the drivetrain. There's nothing you can tune to change how it is mechanically built.I can get the 5 speed auto shifting as fast as a DSG(yes, I tune VAG and GTR too so I know how fast they shift)
For an example, here is a customer in Brazil with an SH9 Forester XT running my tune and a VF52 turbo(tuned on US87 gas and less than 17psi boost!!) with the 4 speed auto. Yeah, 0-62mph in 4 seconds flat(with an auto stalled launch) and 0-125mph in around 21 seconds. The late model 5 speed auto shifts even faster and I am sure MadVally can confirm that video represents just how quick it shifts!
forester xt 2010 - YouTube
If you really think the stock power/car is good, which it is, then don't listen to other people's opinions.problem is im inlove with STI
i love how it looks and stock performance good
plan is/was, something in the 450-500 range
though it sounds lame
the auto is only available in asia,austraila and europe
traffic here is a mess other reason its going to be daily driven and i dont know how to drive a manual