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2010 Subaru 2.5GT non CVT but it's Automatic


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Welcome! Do you plan on any modifications?

Yes I do have plans on doing some upgrade to it. First I'll like to get a Grimmspeed Air Oil Separator....also a Verticooler and then work from there...forged Piston Rods, turbo, coilovers, Water Meth kit & Exhaust.

 

However I have the 5 Speed transmission and I will have to look on some means of upgrading it...I'd like to get 400Hp if possible...if I can get that to the wheels....great.

 

Any recommendations from the team.

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This thread will have a lot of useful information for you: https://legacygt.com/forums/showthread.php/5th-gen-gt-power-roadblocks-and-solutions-259192.html

 

The best bang-for-your-buck power mods you can do are a pro tune and J-pipe in that order. I would do the J-pipe before upgrading the intercooler.

 

For the VF54 I believe 300 hp at the wheels is common. That's something like 360 at the crank depending on drivetrain loss.

 

I would advise taking it slow and researching you modifications a lot before you spend money. Ask questions, we'll help you out if we can. It kinda sucks when you spend a lot of money on something and then realize a year later that there was a better and/or cheaper way.

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This thread will have a lot of useful information for you: https://legacygt.com/forums/showthread.php/5th-gen-gt-power-roadblocks-and-solutions-259192.html

 

The best bang-for-your-buck power mods you can do are a pro tune and J-pipe in that order. I would do the J-pipe before upgrading the intercooler.

 

For the VF54 I believe 300 hp at the wheels is common. That's something like 360 at the crank depending on drivetrain loss.

 

I would advise taking it slow and researching you modifications a lot before you spend money. Ask questions, we'll help you out if we can. It kinda sucks when you spend a lot of money on something and then realize a year later that there was a better and/or cheaper way.

 

Thanks for the heads up...and I will keep you guys posted as I good along with the upgrades.

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Welcome!

 

Not much mods available for our 5 speed autos, but they hold up to some power well. Lots of high power 4th gens with the same trans.

 

Here's a very modified 5th gen GT automatic build. They really pushed the auto on this one!

https://legacygt.com/forums/showthread.php/eleguas-badass-br9-wagon-241754.html?t=241754

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