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    Why what does it mean? oh, as above.
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    Hey all Thinking about have a meetup once a month on a week night, thinking say the first Wednesday of each month Would anyone be interested?
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    Mate has a Outlander PHEV with similar features. It helped him avoid a crash on an off ramp when there was sunstrike, and a car directly in front of him slowed down very very quickly. It's definitely a feature where if I had the choice, I'd definitely go for it.
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    I don't keep up to date much on new cars anymore and was pretty confused coming into this thread like no s*** its important haha Drove a brand new camry in the states in 2017 which had the adaptive cruise control and lane assist and collision avoidance which sounds a lot like this subaru equivalent. Never got to test the collision avoidance thankfully but on the large highways the adaptive cruise control was pretty awesome. I found the lane steering assist a really odd sensation. It felt like when you have a big gust of wind push you to the side in a light car. I can see it being a very good way to avoid rear ending someone if you lose concentration in traffic or fall asleep on a long drive etc.
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    searching AOS will probably get you on some form of watchilst too LOL
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    Mighty car mods have a video of fitting one to their legacy.
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    "Same" a WRX and been done a few times : there's a few old threads ; also called OAS or oil air seperator if its hard to search
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    Agreed, after upgrading my old v7 with @boon leftover bits of Sti, and a bunch of other stuff, then buying an STi, well there is no comparison. Start with an STi (it will come with an EJ207 thats much happier being beaten up than a 205, decent suspension, decent brakes etc etc)
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    One of these is true 😂 seems to be a universal distaste for "stage x" tunes My V7 was tuned with the same list of parts + a VF30 at 200k and has been beaten on at the track for years now. Sitting on 220k now I think. If your baseline is solid i.e. a well serviced/healthy engine then the EJ205 can last a while. It just depends how long you want to keep it and if you have the money to replace it when it eventually gives up.
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    You got it bro... Compressed air water traps