So I have noticed a few folks on here who chase in turbo Subarus. I drive an 04 Forester XT myself and know the very lackluster fuel mileage. That combined with a relatively small tank, and I'm lucky to achieve 300 highway miles before I need to fill up. And that's running it all the way to fumes. Seeing as how that really isn't good for the fuel system, that means realistically needing to fill up after only about 225-250 miles. Not to mention the reliance on premium fuel. So to those of you who chase with these vehicles, and anybody else who chases in a less than fuel efficient vehicle, has this made any noticeable/ significant impact while out in the field? If so, how have you counteracted that? And a side question specifically for the Subaru guys, how has overall reliability been in the field? Having been a Subaru enthusiast for quite a few years now I'm all too familiar with common issues such as head gasket failure and ringland failures that can rear their heads with frequent aggressive driving or driving in severe conditions, as well as 5-speed transmission failures. Have yall had pretty good luck with all that? While my luck so far with those things has been great (knock on wood), the last thing I want is to have my engine start knocking and die while attempting to get out of the way of an approaching supercell. Thanks everyone!