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Old 06-14-2010, 06:51 PM   #51
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Yea... there are gotta be more EvoIII16G owners here. I want to see more good result with this fine turbo.
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Old 06-14-2010, 07:00 PM   #52
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Ill have to dig up my sheet, but I made 325whp and 385wtq on an 04 hybrid swap. e85 gas on 15 lbs of boost. oh, and peak tq was at 3000 rpms lol
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Old 06-14-2010, 10:47 PM   #53
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wow nice number on torque
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Old 06-15-2010, 11:02 PM   #54
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Hopefully in a few weeks I will have my car dyno tuned and can post up some results. One thing I'm doing that I did not notice on anyone's post is the tgv deletes.
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Old 06-16-2010, 07:12 PM   #55
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Good another 2.0L evoIII16g
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Old 06-18-2010, 10:34 PM   #56
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2004 2.0L motor in a 2003 WRX with mfactory 1-4 gears and stock fifth. Pull was done in fourth gear due to how short the transmission is. Work was done by Engine Logics in Houston, TX and the tune / pull on their dynodynamics lowboy dyno.

evo III 16g, 850cc deatschwerks injectors, short ram intake, 4" dp going to 3" (still have cat) and to prodrive oval catback (2.5"?). TurboXS old school top mount. 93 octane.

250hp / 245ish tq. @ 19psi goes to about 17-18 at redline. Uncorrected numbers.

I was a little disappointed, but the tuner mentioned two needs, better intercooling and a more freeflowing exhaust setup as the motor was pulling timing towards redline and he was fighting that.

Also - he has had guys come in with '600hp' cobras, ford gt's and other supposed beasts and everyone leaves disappointed. I am not as concerned with the number, the car feels nice, smooth and is reliable.

I have a stubborn goal now to make this turbo / motor combination as efficient as possible... next steps to be done this year:

-exhaust (but I LOVE the way the prodrive sounds... thinking about a boost activated cutout)
-p&p intake / turbo / headers
-tgv deletes
-alcohol injection
-would an external wastegate have any benefits on a turbo this size?

Anything else reccommended to help spool / power without changing turbo or fuel type?

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Old 06-18-2010, 10:42 PM   #57
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What was the correction factor used on the dyno. If it was 1.0 then your doing good man.

Did they put a fan ontop of the TMIC?

The Pdrive is killing the top end. You gotta ditch it. Get a Greddy EVO exhaust. Its not loud at all and its 3 inch. Otherwise, A cutout will help. I used the ATP boost actuated one several times and made 10 to 20 whp depending on the exhaust the car had.

EXgate would solve all the issues with the prodrive exhaust. However, Its loud as hell when on boost. So that is up to you. Typical gains are 10 to 20whp with an external gate.

Also.. You did not mention if this was a stock motor and how many miles on it. You might need to carbon clean it. These 2.0s really carbon up bad. After the cleaning they tend to take full timing. Plugs should be new NGK one step colder and gapped to 026.

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Old 06-19-2010, 12:16 AM   #58
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Here are my results:

Blouch EvoIII 16g
DW 850 cc injectors
Invidia catted downpipe
Maddad 3" midpipe
Scoobysport axleback
Grimmspeed crossover pipe
Perrin uppipe
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AP v2 tuned by Surgeline,
17.5 psi, 289 whp, 262 wtq, mustang dyno
E85 soon!

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Old 06-19-2010, 01:14 AM   #59
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Thanks for the response, I appreciate it.

Motor = completely stock
Correction factor = 1.0
Finally got back home and here's the plot:



I really like the ATP cutout, and will look into the EVO exhaust. My tuner was against spending on an EWG at this point since that acts upstream of the turbo and wouldn't help my exhaust flow issues - which made sense to me at the time, do you disagree?

Regarding the carbon cleaning - is this just general Seafoaming? About how often (miles) do you reccommend something like this for the 2.0L?

Again, thanks for the help/advice,

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What was the correction factor used on the dyno. If it was 1.0 then your doing good man.

Did they put a fan ontop of the TMIC?

The Pdrive is killing the top end. You gotta ditch it. Get a Greddy EVO exhaust. Its not loud at all and its 3 inch. Otherwise, A cutout will help. I used the ATP boost actuated one several times and made 10 to 20 whp depending on the exhaust the car had.

EXgate would solve all the issues with the prodrive exhaust. However, Its loud as hell when on boost. So that is up to you. Typical gains are 10 to 20whp with an external gate.

Also.. You did not mention if this was a stock motor and how many miles on it. You might need to carbon clean it. These 2.0s really carbon up bad. After the cleaning they tend to take full timing. Plugs should be new NGK one step colder and gapped to 026.

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Old 06-19-2010, 01:30 AM   #60
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2004 2.0L motor in a 2003 WRX with mfactory 1-4 gears and stock fifth. Pull was done in fourth gear due to how short the transmission is. Work was done by Engine Logics in Houston, TX and the tune / pull on their dynodynamics lowboy dyno.

evo III 16g, 850cc deatschwerks injectors, short ram intake, 4" dp going to 3" (still have cat) and to prodrive oval catback (2.5"?). TurboXS old school top mount. 93 octane.

250hp / 245ish tq. @ 19psi goes to about 17-18 at redline. Uncorrected numbers.

I was a little disappointed, but the tuner mentioned two needs, better intercooling and a more freeflowing exhaust setup as the motor was pulling timing towards redline and he was fighting that.

Also - he has had guys come in with '600hp' cobras, ford gt's and other supposed beasts and everyone leaves disappointed. I am not as concerned with the number, the car feels nice, smooth and is reliable.

I have a stubborn goal now to make this turbo / motor combination as efficient as possible... next steps to be done this year:

-exhaust (but I LOVE the way the prodrive sounds... thinking about a boost activated cutout)
-p&p intake / turbo / headers
-tgv deletes
-alcohol injection
-would an external wastegate have any benefits on a turbo this size?

Anything else reccommended to help spool / power without changing turbo or fuel type?
i did equal length headers, ewg, and 3 port bcs all at once, so not sure exactly what helped, but wow it spools like a rocket, and more power down low for sure. also better off boost throttle response. with the meth on top of that, (old smc kit with m15 nozzle) the car is a rocket. our turbos start to shine if you can get the psi to the low to mid 20's. i also have a high mileage 2.0 motor, almost 180,000 miles, the last 7,000 of which were on clark's tunes.
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Old 06-19-2010, 01:34 AM   #61
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hoping to go back and get retuned i posted on the first page with 329whp and 311wtq
but just installed grimmspeed uppipe with tial 38mm mvs ewg. hoping to pull another
20whp or so out of it and get me to my happy 350whp mark. do you think this is possible. going to still run 20psi, right running off spring pressure which is 16psi untuned but still pulls hard and sounds amazing.
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Old 06-19-2010, 01:47 AM   #62
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hoping to go back and get retuned i posted on the first page with 329whp and 311wtq
but just installed grimmspeed uppipe with tial 38mm mvs ewg. hoping to pull another
20whp or so out of it and get me to my happy 350whp mark. do you think this is possible. going to still run 20psi, right running off spring pressure which is 16psi untuned but still pulls hard and sounds amazing.
If you are going to stick with 20 PSI, you are going to need to add timing and fuel on 93 octane. If you turn up the boost and add a bit more timing/fuel it shouldn't be far off from 350 on a Dynojet.... Get it retuned and re-dyno'd and let us know.
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Old 06-19-2010, 01:57 AM   #63
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i should be getting retuned/dynoed at the end of the month and i will def post the results in this thread. and it will be on a dynojet again.
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Old 06-20-2010, 12:09 PM   #64
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Also.. You did not mention if this was a stock motor and how many miles on it. You might need to carbon clean it. These 2.0s really carbon up bad. After the cleaning they tend to take full timing. Plugs should be new NGK one step colder and gapped to 026.

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How does one go about this carbon cleaning? Is it a fuel additive or something?
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Old 06-20-2010, 12:41 PM   #65
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How does one go about this carbon cleaning? Is it a fuel additive or something?
Seafoam through a vacuum hose and an oil change.
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Old 06-20-2010, 01:28 PM   #66
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I just made a big post in the misfire thread in the 2.5 forum. Find it, I explain how to clean the carbon out. It makes a big difference..

The EX gate is bypassing exhaust that would have normaly went through the turbocharger and out the tailpipe. Your tuner must be confused. Most of the gains of the EX gate come from the fact that you reduce the pressure inside your full exhaust system. Typical gains are 10 to 20hp with some higher. It depends on how restrictive your exhaust is and it depends on what the limiting factor is on your setup.

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Old 06-20-2010, 10:02 PM   #67
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http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1872533

That's mine from last year. Not having TGV deletes, stock gutted up, and 2.5" from dp back, and that ****ty SPT short ram was killing me.

Next weekend the APS 70mm CAI, Hallman Pro MBC, GS 38mm EWG, and TGV deletes go on, then the new tune the following weekend. Already put on the Perrin LWCP, and full 3" exhaust.

So hoping to keep the boost right where it is and get some more power. Would like to up the torque

Also, Clark do you recommend the colder plugs?
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Old 06-23-2010, 08:47 PM   #68
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Ill have to dig up my sheet, but I made 325whp and 385wtq on an 04 hybrid swap. e85 gas on 15 lbs of boost. oh, and peak tq was at 3000 rpms lol
Mod list?

I'm in the process of a similar build, but will be running 93oct. I havent seen many hybrid swapped WRX's running Evo III's. Trying to get a feel of the power it will be making, (still on a factory tranny)
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Old 06-24-2010, 10:21 AM   #69
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i got a 03 wrx with stock 2.0L 120,xxx

AEM Standalone
Blouch Evo III 16g
DW 750cc injectors
HKS catback
Walbro 255 lph
ebay headers
ebay downpipe
ebay uppipe
ebay FMIC

im running 17psi @ 312whp/264wtq

thinking about going E85.
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i got a 03 wrx with stock 2.0L 120,xxx

AEM Standalone
Blouch Evo III 16g
DW 750cc injectors
HKS catback
Walbro 255 lph
ebay headers
ebay downpipe
ebay uppipe
ebay FMIC

im running 17psi @ 312whp/264wtq

thinking about going E85.
This was done on what dyno?

EDIT---he says it was done on a Mustang dyno

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Old 07-01-2010, 06:27 PM   #71
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So just got back from getting tuned by Doug from topspeed and I'm very happy with my tune. Last time with siegel I made 329whp/311wtq. This time on the same dyno I made 326whp/300wtq. I did change from my eBay headers back to stock and replaced my eBay up with a grimmspeed up with tial 38mm ewg. Ran it at 20pdi again on 93oct. It runs alot smoother now since the boost isn't spiking like it was. I'm happy with it. I will post my graph as soon as I can.
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Old 07-01-2010, 09:15 PM   #72
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here is mine. tuned by Scott seigel at S&R performance. stock 2.0l still and stock tranny.

http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show...&highlight=329

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Dyno: DYNOJET
Tuner: Scott Siegel/S&R Performance
Wheel HP: 329.4
Wheel TQ: 311
Ambient Temp:
Elevation: 0-100ft

Car Info
Year: 2005
Engine Management: open source
Turbo: Blouch Evo III Big 16g
Intercooler: Precision Fmic
Meth Kit: na
Injectors: DW 750cc
Intake/Inlet: Cobb Short ram/ gimmick inlet
Headers: AMK ebay crap
Uppipe: HKS catless
Downpipe: Megan Catless
CBE: Turbo XS Ti
Other Power Mods: Walbro Fuel pump, MBC




now time for tial ewg
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Old 07-01-2010, 09:27 PM   #73
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The Pdrive is killing the top end. You gotta ditch it.
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Rubbish.


Ive got 350 to the wheels on a Prodrive 2.5" axleback, (round tip but they are pretty identical)

No evidence of it holding me back whatsoever.
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Old 07-01-2010, 09:42 PM   #74
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External gate?

We yanked these 2.5s off many times for 3 inch and always gained power. Dyno does not lie.

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All the new parts are on, just waiting on my tune...will be up early next week!! Car loves the EWG
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