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Old 07-04-2009, 11:50 AM   #1
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02 WRX

Default P&L 35R: 11.26@122 17.7psi, 93oct(no meth or race gas)

Whats up guys...Been a long time since i have made a thread in here.

2002 WRX
RAW1 EJ257 Stock Sleeves
Pauter Rods
Cp Pistons (9:1)
P&L wrx heads Ported and polished(EDITED)
Supertech valve train
kelford 272/276 Cams
P&L 35R kit w/ a bunch of goodies
ATI Super damper
Magnus Intake w/ 75mm TB
Ported stock exhaust manis, Grimmspeed x-over
Aem ems(currently on my junk tune...will be heading to P&L soon)

jdm 6spd w/ 2007 gears
stock r180
dss drive shaft
dss level 5 hubs and axels
exedy triple disc clutch

Car was on 225/45/17 bfg drag radials.

This track is a 1/4 track for car 11.00 and slower...meaning you have to cook the brakes to stop at anything above 120ish.

We were running the 1/8th all night until my last/best pass(still more driving improvements to be had, i bumped the limiter in 3rd just before the 1/8th.


This was on my tune....meaning very conservative. I also dont exactly have the wastegate duty table all there, car would come up and nail about 19.2psi@51XX and then by 5400 it was down on 17.5-17.7psi. Timing is still conservative for pump imo. I feel like with a few more passes and me getting the boost to hold 19 all the way out it will go in the high 6s and probably 10.80s on 19psi pump gas only. The boost will help a lot but getting the 60 down in the low 1.50s at least will be nice. This triple disc is tricky, but i am getting it. First 60 of the night was like pulling away from a stop light(no launch just checking afr) to a 1.80, the a 1.71 then a 1.66 then the 1.61. So it was improvong all night. I will scan the slip on monday and i believe a friend of mine has video. I will add it if he does. Something to note....the DA was in the +2300 range last time i checked last night.
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