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Old 10-18-2005, 02:01 PM   #1
glilly
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Default PDX Tuned: FP20G w/ 3" inlet

I was another one of the fortunate individuals to be tuned in Texas at Forced Induction Systems while PDX Tuning, Jarrad and Tim were intown for a few days. Jarrad one year prior had sold me on the ECUtek and I was thrilled with 298/318 on a stock turbo with turbo back and an intake. This year I wanted to make more power, but not lose the feel of the low end grunt the car already had. I was going nuts deciding between the FP Green and a new varient of the FP20G running the 3" inlet. Well here's the numbers:



2004 STi with 15000 miles:
-Engine mods-
*FP20G with 3" inlet
*Perrin modded STi injectors
*Perrin 3" inlet hose
*Perrin fuel rails
*Perrin FMIC
*Perrin big MAF
*Perrin crank pulley
*Walbro 255 pump
*APS tgv delete kit
*Injen catless DP
*HKS carbon/ti catback
*ECUtek
*One step colder plugs
*Turbo XS DTEC BC Pro

Overall, the results are more than I expected. After riding in Adam P's car with the 3" Green, I wasn't sure if I had made the right decision on the 3" 20G, but after my tune on the dyno, I can see where the differneces are, and I got exactly what I wanted. Thank you PDX, thank you FP!!

Greg


..and yes, I know the weight was mistyped. We still aren't sure if it was keyed into the tuning, or just the printout info, ...either way it's a very minimal difference, ...and my car's not an 05.

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