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#3: 01-22-2013, 02:59 AM
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Installing a CVT into the car will also require you to get a wiring harness that's suitable, the correct TCU and even then you will discover that you may need to do some additional mods due to the fact that cars in Japan are RHD.

It won't be impossible, but it will be expensive. It will be cheaper to wait a year or two and get an outback with the CVT gearbox instead.