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Old 12-18-2012, 12:08 AM   #1
PAHULL
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Member#: 257247
Join Date: Sep 2010
Chapter/Region: NESIC
Location: Rhode Island
Vehicle:
2005 WRX STI
Silver

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2006
Subaru WRX STI
2.5L
WRB W/bbs
110,000 miles
Full interior and completely stock exterior
Currently 225/45/17 Bridgestone Blizzaks until the build is completely done

I bought this car completely stock with the intention of building it into a reliable, high powered weekend car. My daily driver is a stock 2013 WRX hatchback PB.

Our first successful dyno run was in September/October. It was the day or the first New England snow event (32F)

This car(as well as every Subaru I have owned) has been tuned by Matt Miner at Wicked Innovation.

The car was dyno tuned at Dynotech in seekonk, Ma. They use a mustang dyno.

I'm sure I'm forgetting some but at the time of the Dyno run the modifications were as follows:
SHORTBLOCK:
Wiseco pistons
Manley rods
Arp head studs
Killer B pick up/plate
ACL bearings
Oem Nitrited crankshaft
Oem gasket kit
Oem case bolts
Oem timing belt kit

TURBOKIT:
Perrin rotated GTX3076R kit
Perrin EQL headers
Perrin Fmic kit
Kstech 86mm rotated intake
Invidia G200 exhaust

FUEL:
Wicked parallel fuel kit(aeromotive reg, lines, fittings etc)
Top feed TGV housings with Kstech delete kit
Aeromotive 340lph pump
1000cc injectors
NGK Iridiums
Premium unleaded- 93 octane

SUPPORT:
Crawford AOS V2
ACT HDR4 clutch kit
STRI gauge set up/Ati pod
Grimmspeed hybrid ebcs
Aem 3.5bar map sensor
Map sensor adapter
Tial 44mm wastegate
Bov
A/c delete

Had a vacuum leak the day of the dyno(fitting on the waste gate was loose)

Car made 455/415 on 27 psi peak from 4300-7000

With a heavier waste gate spring and a few more adjustments the car should make another 20-30 more ft lbs of torque and some more hp as well. Haven't decided on meth injection yet, to reach my 500hp goal.

I will keep this updated! More details to come over winter . Thanks for viewing!
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