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Zack Spec B
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Since there isnt a thread dedicated to the newest generation, let's get one started.

 

 

I still own my 2006 Legacy Spec B and can officially turn that into a fun car as I no longer have to rely on it getting me around. There are things I miss compared to the 2020 (MT and hood scoop obviously) but ultimately I have been very happy with it the last 9 months.

 

 

Let's see those day 1 pics and current pics of your 2020+ Legacy!

 

Here's my 2020 LBP Legacy XT:

 

Day I bought it:

 

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How it sits now:

 

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I like the new interior. Quality has definitely improved.

I enjoy the ride on my old mans subaru 2020 xt. CVT has improved since the 2010 Subaru Legacy I had.

Quality really has. And I agree on the cvt too.

My wife had a 2016 Legacy and that thing was a bit more wonky compared to my 2020.

 

It's still a bit weird at times- sudden high revs or really flat power curves.

 

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Nice rims, by the way. What brand is it?
They are Option Lab R716 in bronze.

18x9.5. The offset is a bit wide for the Legacy but I don't mind it much anymore.

 

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Looks like curb rash but it's really whatever lube they put on the tires when mounting them.

 

 

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I may be asking a question that’s probably been answered, but I searched this forum for answer and could not find any.

 

Does anyone know of a cold air intake for the 2.5i on the 2020 legacy? I did a google search and no luck. I would greatly appreciate the help.

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I may be asking a question that’s probably been answered, but I searched this forum for answer and could not find any.

 

 

 

Does anyone know of a cold air intake for the 2.5i on the 2020 legacy? I did a google search and no luck. I would greatly appreciate the help.

I doubt there's a market or need for that to be honest. And if you do find one- I'd caution against it.

 

There are several threads going back and forth on the effectiveness or safety of CAIs. My 2002 WRX on a stage 2 tune is still running the oem intake. There is a negligible difference in output or gas saving between oem and a CAI.

 

If it's noise you're after- again I don't think it'll work out too well on a N/A Legacy either.

 

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Thank you for the response Zac Spec B! On Stage 2 tunes, does the car behave as if it had S/I drive modes on it? Mine does not, and it feels like it needs a kick. Unfortunately, I’m not familiar with how to tune up a car. Also, afraid of voiding my warranty.
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Thank you for the response Zac Spec B! On Stage 2 tunes, does the car behave as if it had S/I drive modes on it? Mine does not, and it feels like it needs a kick. Unfortunately, I’m not familiar with how to tune up a car. Also, afraid of voiding my warranty.
Well 'tune' and tune up are two different things.

What I'm mentioning is installing aftermarket parts like a full 3'' turbo back exhaust or larger fuel injectors and having someone reprogram the timing to essentially shove more fuel and air in the engine. When getting a CAI- you should technically get a tune. Again another topic argued back and forth if necessary.

 

My stance is if it doesn't perform the same as oem then it needs to be recalibrated to account for the change.

 

As for SI drive - can't say for certain but I certainly hope with the above mentioned mods plus others, my wrx has more 'umph' than a n/a SI drive mode haha.

 

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