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    Two 2015 wrx q's I can't find in manual

    Hey guys two q's I can't find answers for in the manual.

    2015 wrx cvt

    1. About to do my first fill up don't know what fuel it came with (91 or 93) can I put in 93? Or is it not worth it and go 91 (got Costco and bj's)? Should I get tank super low?

    2. Is it ok to switch is drive modes on the fly? For example get off highway in s mode driving local town roads switch to I mode while driving?

    Thanks for noob help

    Btw car is amazing coming from 2007 civic

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    Regarding question 1, if you have 93 available, use it! Do not skimp on fuel!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goose42 View Post
    Regarding question 1, if you have 93 available, use it! Do not skimp on fuel!
    So if the car had 91 and I'm down to a quater can I mix in 93?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WrxGuy2015 View Post
    So if the car had 91 and I'm down to a quater can I mix in 93?
    Yes. Higher octane. You can run both anyway. I'd stick to one or the other though and try not mixing brands and octane too much. But if you're low it shouldn't matter
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    Quote Originally Posted by nsibanez View Post
    Yes. Higher octane. You can run both anyway. I'd stick to one or the other though and try not mixing brands and octane too much. But if you're low it shouldn't matter
    Got it filled up and will stick with 93

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    I switch driving modes on the fly.... Can't see why it would be a bad thing to do

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoob1318 View Post
    I switch driving modes on the fly.... Can't see why it would be a bad thing to do
    Changing on the fly is fine. You are simply telling the computer how you want it to behave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raven Logics View Post
    Changing on the fly is fine. You are simply telling the computer how you want it to behave.
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