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Old 10-07-2005, 09:29 AM   #1
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There's ALOT of fast cars out there, but hardly any of them are running stock blocks, let alone a stock EJ20.

Just for clarity, only bone stock EJ20s apply (any EJ20). Stock rods, pistons, liners.

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1) dug-e-fresh: EJ207, SZ49, 11.290 @ 127.73, GD, Mar '06

2) mikaust: EJ207, FPGreen, 11.546 @ 123.22, GD, May '05

3) jmlaser: EJ205, 18G, 11.66 @ 118.65, GD, '12

4) GeneralTJI: EJ205, HE341, 11.75X @ 119.XX, GD

5) TreysToys: EJ207, GT30R, 11.781 @ 118.68, GD

6) CoolRex: EJ205, 18G, 11.785 @ 122.64, GD

7) soon2bgreat: EJ207, GT35R, 11.7XX @ 121.XX, GC

8) AZScoobie: EJ205, PE1820 w/70 shot, 11.82X @ 117.XX, GD

9) AWDBST: EJ205, GT35R, 11.828 @ 117.48, GD

10) BONFIRE074: EJ205, 18G, 11.845 @ 115.77, GD

11) Scoobie Steve: EJ207, VF22, 11.87X @ 112.XX, GC

12) Big Al: EJ207, GT30R w/75 shot, 11.88X @ 124.2X, GD, Sept '02

13) insaneimpreza: EJ205, 20G, 11.889 @ 118.22, GD, Oct '10

14) Vecino: EJ205, VF39, 11.8XX @ 115.XX, GD

15) Dan Bijalis: EJ205, FPGreen, 11.922 @ 121.XX, GD

16) jmlaser: EJ205, 18G, 11.966 @ 117.48, GD

17) RFoy91TSi: EJ205, VF34, 12.01X @ 115.XX, GC

18) dug-e-fresh: EJ207, VF36, 12.058 @ 115.23, GD, Nov '03

19) motoxphil: EJ205, VF30 w/50? shot, 12.077 @ 116.67, GD, Sept '02

20) karlknaupp: EJ205, VF34, 12.0XX @ 118.XX, GD

21) mikaust: EJ205, FP18G, 12.19X @ 117.9X, GD

22) DoctorNick: EJ207, SZ49, 12.1XX @ 113.23, GF8

23) Ryan G: EJ205, VF30/4 w/50 shot, 12.286 @ 112.34, GD, Sept '02

24) Randyspeed: EJ205, VF39, 12.3XX @ 112.XX, GD Wagon

25) Nmyeti: EJ205, PE1820. 12.379 @ 110.41, GD, Nov '01

26) SWOOP_G: EJ205, FPGreen, 12.41X @ 114.XX, GD

27) 2002wrxsti: EJ207, FPGreen, 12.5XX @ 117.XX, GD

28) Kotir: EJ207, VF37, 12.67X @ 107.53, GC

29) Twelvz: EJ205, VF22, 12.65X @ 108.XX, GD

30) djcttb: EJ205, VF22, 12.72X @ 105.5X, GD

31) dug-e-fresh: EJ205, VF30, 12.780 @ 105.88, Oct '02

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Old 10-07-2005, 04:02 PM   #2
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On pump gas.
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Old 10-07-2005, 04:25 PM   #3
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Damn you are putting down some awesome numbers with a stock block. Video ????
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Old 10-07-2005, 04:33 PM   #4
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Let me drive Soon2b's car hehe, that will run a 10. And I am quicker then Al.

EJ207, VF22 stock tune. I guess you dont count unless you have a big turbo

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Old 10-07-2005, 05:01 PM   #5
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Let me drive Soon2b's car hehe, that will run a 10. And I am quicker then Al.

EJ207, VF22 stock tune. I guess you dont count unless you have a big turbo
I can't remember everything!

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Old 10-07-2005, 05:45 PM   #6
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[quote=Scoobie Steve]Let me drive Soon2b's car hehe, that will run a 10. /QUOTE]
bold words right there... just cause you box you think you can step in the ring with ali?
have you ever driven a car with a turbo that size? driving a 22 setup vs a 35r setup are different games entirely.
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Old 10-07-2005, 05:53 PM   #7
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[quote=midnite_wrex]
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Let me drive Soon2b's car hehe, that will run a 10. /QUOTE]
bold words right there... just cause you box you think you can step in the ring with ali?
have you ever driven a car with a turbo that size? driving a 22 setup vs a 35r setup are different games entirely.

hes talking about big al. the fat guy who was one of the first to do jdm 207 swaps on this board, he ran like 11.8s at 124 or something.

some would say your life is better having not ever run across that name.

i kinda like his antics.
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Old 10-07-2005, 04:37 PM   #8
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Old 10-07-2005, 04:49 PM   #9
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the car i drive now ran 11s on a stock wrx motor. with a vf22 and a 150 shot. it is robPA's old car. he ran an 11.8xx at 116 i think with a 1.6 60 foot thanks to the 4eat and 150 shot.

granted he only made it down the track once or twice with that setup, before it blew up. (and ive never had it running faster than that.)
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Old 10-07-2005, 05:03 PM   #10
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the car i drive now ran 11s on a stock wrx motor. with a vf22 and a 150 shot. it is robPA's old car. he ran an 11.8xx at 116 i think with a 1.6 60 foot thanks to the 4eat and 150 shot.

granted he only made it down the track once or twice with that setup, before it blew up. (and ive never had it running faster than that.)
wow.... a 150 SHOT! Sheesh... Phil went 11.9s with a VF30 and 50 shot.

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Old 10-07-2005, 04:53 PM   #11
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how are you doing the 150 shot?
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Old 10-07-2005, 05:10 PM   #12
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robPA had a vf22, a 150shot, a 4eat with protorque converter, utec, a FMIC, pe800s with perrin rails, and a bunch of other ****. the turbo was making somewhere between 18-22 psi, and he sprayed the shot.

im sure the tuning was very amature, (obviously because he blew up) and it was a wetshot running right into the IC pipe, pre TB. believe me im not trying to brag about the tune or the car, or anything, i despise rob anyways, since he stole the money i sent him to ship my ****ing car, and a bunch of other ****.
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Old 10-07-2005, 05:15 PM   #13
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does anyone know of some other setups running a vf turbo + nos and dipping into 11's and 12's?
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theres a car on ebay right now that ran a vf turbo and nitrous and ran 11.3s its a yellow wagon.
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Old 10-07-2005, 05:26 PM   #15
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theres a car on ebay right now that ran a vf turbo and nitrous and ran 11.3s its a yellow wagon.
What is crazy it that there are people on this board so dead set against nitrous? They dump like 7 or 8 K into their car and run a 13 flat. I am trying to come up with a setup that is barebones cheap that can get me into 11's or even 12's I would be happy with.

vf22 or vf34: 450 used
50 shot nitrous: 300 used
fmic: 450 new(xspower)
bov for fmic: 85 used
intake for fmic: 75 used
fuel pump: 90 new
injected(modded stocks): 75 used or matched ones for 130
utec w/ switch: 550 used
turoback: 330 new(xspower)
lc-1 wideband: 150
misc gauges: 200

total: $2755 for an 11 second car. Considering some people spend like 1500 for a turbo alone, 2800 doesnt seem so bad.

did i miss anything???
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Old 10-08-2005, 01:58 AM   #16
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What is crazy it that there are people on this board so dead set against nitrous? They dump like 7 or 8 K into their car and run a 13 flat. I am trying to come up with a setup that is barebones cheap that can get me into 11's or even 12's I would be happy with.

vf22 or vf34: 450 used
50 shot nitrous: 300 used
fmic: 450 new(xspower)
bov for fmic: 85 used
intake for fmic: 75 used
fuel pump: 90 new
injected(modded stocks): 75 used or matched ones for 130
utec w/ switch: 550 used
turoback: 330 new(xspower)
lc-1 wideband: 150
misc gauges: 200

total: $2755 for an 11 second car. Considering some people spend like 1500 for a turbo alone, 2800 doesnt seem so bad.

did i miss anything???
ummm if you can get this stuff for these prices, then you are the best bargainer ever... good luck with that
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Old 10-08-2005, 04:38 PM   #17
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did i miss anything???

I don't want to threadjack so I'll make it short. Well, you did miss a lot, in fact. Your list is pretty typical of the internet junkies who read up and compile their "awesome theoretical list of how to run 11's".

There's nothing wrong with the hardware you listed, it's just that you sound like that spending 2800 dollars is all that stands between you and 11's.
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Old 10-09-2005, 01:20 AM   #18
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I don't want to threadjack so I'll make it short. Well, you did miss a lot, in fact. Your list is pretty typical of the internet junkies who read up and compile their "awesome theoretical list of how to run 11's".

There's nothing wrong with the hardware you listed, it's just that you sound like that spending 2800 dollars is all that stands between you and 11's.
enlighten me.
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Old 10-11-2005, 06:29 AM   #19
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vf22 or vf34: 450 used
50 shot nitrous: 300 used
fmic: 450 new(xspower)
bov for fmic: 85 used
intake for fmic: 75 used
fuel pump: 90 new
injected(modded stocks): 75 used or matched ones for 130
utec w/ switch: 550 used
turoback: 330 new(xspower)
lc-1 wideband: 150
misc gauges: 200
Getting there isn't so bad. THere are alot of things I would have done differently... but well. Anyway, staying in the 11s is a completely different chore.

You'll need:

clutch: go ahead, get a used one. lol! new: $500-600

tires: the RE92s CAN handle it, but they wear out REAL quick. PLus, depending on the track, you may find that they just aren't enough to prevent massive wheel spin. Used RE92s can be had for ~200 or so. New cheapies (Falkens, 225/50s) can be had for $350 or so... or go balls out an get some Proxes, ~$500-600. But, then be prepared for other problems.

tuning: you can tune it yourself, but unless you are well versed in tuning the UTEC with nitrous, I highly recommend going to a shop that definitely is. Expect to pay $400-600.

boost controller: $50-500. The stock solenoid running off the UTEC has its limits.

recommended: plugs, engine/tranny mounts, short shifting/bushings, some suspension and brake work. Figure at LEAST another $500.

tranny: don't expect the tranny to last. lol! trust me. There are a few "holy gear boxes" out there that have "held up". There are, however, far more that have not. $700-$6000.

motor: the WRX longblock is a decent 4 cylinder powerplant. But if you think its reliable in the 11 sec range... forget about it. Again, getting it there is easy... keeping it there, not so much. $1,000-8,000

Unforseen: axles, diffs, etc. $150++++++

So at any rate... getting INTO the 11s can be done for cheap... lol! But, staying there won't be. Trust me.

So there ya go... an additional $3500 (minimum) to think about.

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What is crazy it that there are people on this board so dead set against nitrous? They dump like 7 or 8 K into their car and run a 13 flat. I am trying to come up with a setup that is barebones cheap that can get me into 11's or even 12's I would be happy with.
If someone dumps $7-8k in their car and only runs 13 flat it's not because they are anti-nitrous, it's because they can't get the car off the line properly.
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i believe what was said - excuse my poor quoting skills - was directed towards "soon2b"'s driving. i have no problem with steve, he's a cool guy. met him at the track a while back... but assuming that he could drive somebody elses setup to XX time, thats a little bold.
i know all about the freidmeister... he sucks. and his evo is slow
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I know the hp my car makes to run a 11.8 and Soon2b is making about 200whp more then me. The cars are the about same weight, you can do the math. I didnt mean it to sound like Soon2b cant drive because he can. He pulls good 60's with that huge turbo which is half the battle. I know it takes lots of practice to run a car to its max. I have alot of practice and with a few runs I am sure that car will run a very low 11 or high 10.


And yes right now I am running a gt35 sized turbo but it still launches just like a vf22. I have always launched at 6-7k which is well in the spooling range of the gt35. Next year when I can afford a Hydra my car will be running much faster, or be broken.
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And yes right now I am running a gt35 sized turbo...
very nice man, where are the track slips?!
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very nice man, where are the track slips?!
Its not tuned yet. Next year.
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Lol Doug...i'm not sure if i should thank you for this post or get mad at you. You got me all excited to go to the track now...which means i have to fix my damn car, which is annoying. Plus now your going to have to make me buy nitrous to make up for my inadequate driving.

Ed--Steve's just joking around, i know he didn't mean anything by it...besides everybody thinks they're a good driver when they drive small turbo's All kidding aside i guess you got your car up and running somewhat? Steve you're right the car should be running tons faster than it is But i'm still happy with the 11.7 the first time out. All in due time. BTW what track to you normally run at, if you're not too far, we should make some passes before the season closes. (Thank god for New England weather )

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