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Old 12-17-2011, 02:39 AM   #1
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Default 11 WRX maxing a VF52 on 93, 344hp, 382tq

took my new 11 to new heights. my 09 ended without all my parts dyno'd before i traded it in; 330hp 360tq. then i got a few new things for this build like the JDM reversed manifold, 3.5 bar MAP, injectors etc. over all im super happy! 21psi hits at 3000 RPM . all my 09 runs were done on a dynojet but these runs where done on an Air Boy. im not sure how people view Air Boy but ive been told its lower than a dynojet but a little above a mustang. in the parts list ill go ahead and put everything in red thats new vs what the 09 had. you can deside if these parts would get the increase in power im seeing. I did runs with the 3" cutout open and closed. didnt do much as expected with a catless full 3" setup already but o well, it sounds insane

(just remember Air Boy can calculate the new tire size and weight unlike a dynojet can. so in the summer im not gonna see the power move since i'll lower the vehical weight and diameter)

Air boys have a smoothing of 8. at 6 the numbers were about 10 HP and TQ higher.

Event: dyno pull NEW street tune
Ambient Temp: 72 dyno NEW 36 street
Elevation: 902ft NEW 1138
Weather: sunny NEW night
Tires: stock Dunlop 225/45/17 NEW steel wheels 205/60/16 General Artimax Artics


Car: 09, wrx NEW 2011 wrx
Dyno Info: Dynojet NEW Air Boy
Peak HP at RPM: SAE corrected 1.0, 330HP 5800RPM NEW 344HP 5280RPM
Peak TQ at RPM: SAE corrected 1.0, 360TQ 4300RPM NEW 382TQ 3750RPM
Baseline hp/tq for a stock on same dyno: stock 09 wrx 230HP
Target Boost: 21 psi taper to 15.5 psi NEW 21 psi taper to 16 psi
Target AFR: 11.2
Fuel: Shell 93 summer blend NEW Shell 93 winter blend
Injectors/duty cycle: Stock 565cc/94% IDC NEW DW 750cc/81% IDC
Timing: 21 degrees NEW 23 degrees


EXHAUST
NEW Perrin EL header
GS EWP UP
Tail 38mm EWG
Invidia Catless DP
NEW QTP 3" Cutout in mid pipe
TXS CBE

INTAKE
TXS CAI (just the pipe)
NEW My 3" inlet
TXS FMIC
TXS RFL BOV
My blow through tube, 3"
NEW JDM reversed manifold, no TGV's
NEW Grimmspeed 8mm phenolic spacers
NEW air pump deleted with kstech block off's


FUELING
NEW parallel fuel lines, no balance hose, modded stock FPR
Walbro 255
NEW DW 750cc

MISC.
Grimmspeed 3-port
Perrin light weight pulley
NEW AEM 3.5 bar MAP
NEW My AOS venting to atmos

Old dyno jet





NEW Air Boy 3" cutout closed



3" cutout open

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Old 12-17-2011, 03:05 AM   #2
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Nice! I'm gathering up parts as of right now and I'd be more than happy to have numbers like these on my '09.
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Old 12-17-2011, 03:18 AM   #3
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something is probably a little off on your inputs....those are pretty high numbers for pump.

330-340 is even pretty rare to tap on e85
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Old 12-17-2011, 03:35 AM   #4
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something is probably a little off on your inputs....those are pretty high numbers for pump.

330-340 is even pretty rare to tap on e85
Inputs are dead nuts, vehicle weight, temp, humidity, delta weight, flat road, no wind etc etc.

I have seen e85 push 340's on a vf52 before, not sure of the dyno or psi though. I know that car didn't have as many bolt ons however and every little bit helps me! I've yet to see another have as many bolt on's too. I don't think there is anymore for me!

I no the dynojet is right on because, well you really can't mess them things up. Keep the correction factor the same, temp, humidity and it's easy to calculate the rpm to rpm vs the time it takes to get there. OEM was 230hp, my stage 2 was 292/311, FMIC was 313/357 (also in old pics) and ewg was 330/360. With all the parts in red (header being the big bang), I don't see an increase of 14hp out of the question. If these were done on the dynojet my guess would be 350ish HP 400ish Tq.
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Old 12-17-2011, 03:44 AM   #5
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Looks pretty crazy for the setup, just be careful. Get some traps to back it up too. This should go 116-117mph with the 5 speed at this power level (on the airboy).

ED had an e85 car trap 122 making 352whp. Nonetheless, this thing probably feels great on the street.

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Old 12-17-2011, 03:58 AM   #6
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O I can't wait!!! I do need traps though. I know my 09 at the 313/357 did 106-107 mph if that means anything. Does that tell you if the dynojet read high or low or average?

Come spring I do have a shop in my area with the dynojet and now a brand new mustang. They know there is a 15.2% difference between them so I'll make sure I do both. I just want to wait for summer blend and my summer wheels/tires. They weigh 10lb less each then my winters. To me 40lb of unsprung weight should free up a little power and I need all I can get.
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Old 12-17-2011, 04:01 AM   #7
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O I can't wait!!! I do need traps though. I know my 09 at the 313/357 did 106-107 mph if that means anything. Does that tell you if the dynojet read high or low or average?

Come spring I do have a shop in my area with the dynojet and now a brand new mustang. They know there is a 15.2% difference between them so I'll make sure I do both. I just want to wait for summer blend and my summer wheels/tires weigh 10lb less each then my winters. To me 40lb of unsprung weight should free up a little power.
315whp on the local dynojet does about 109-110. 305 on the airboy usually gets me 110 on customer cars.

In your case, your not one of the guys bragging about a 400whp vf

You know what you make, you know how the car feels, and your ready to get traps.

So regardless of power, you know whats up!! hahah,

have fun with it dude,

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Just checked and I was actually wrong. The dynojet I use on SAE, 315 will get you 107, 325-330 110ish. So your dynojet is right on there.

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Old 12-17-2011, 04:23 AM   #8
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Ok sweet. I just check my slips too and it was 107.66mph at the 313, so it is right there
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Old 12-17-2011, 11:58 AM   #9
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I'm not sure if it's high considering you have every bolt on known to man. I would think it should be higher than most.
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Old 12-17-2011, 12:17 PM   #10
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What did you do to your fpr to mod it? Did you crush it?
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Old 12-17-2011, 12:38 PM   #11
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What did you do to your fpr to mod it? Did you crush it?
in stock form both the STI and WRX have this "balance hose." the STI has a hose and the WRX welds a metal line on top of the FPR and theres a hole in the line and on top of the FPR. i didnt like the fuel coming in to be able to run right back out and back to the tank through the FPR. (makes no sense!). so when i cut the metal feed line off the FPR i just welded the hole shut on the FPR. so now its a pure parallel system. heres some pics, hope that made sense.





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Old 12-17-2011, 12:45 PM   #12
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This should go 116-117mph with the 5 speed at this power level (on the airboy).

-Mikey
i hope you are right about this!!! another guy has been pretty happy that he has the fastest VF52 at 12.01. he had a heavy premium 09 with heavy 18 or 19" wheels and using meth. meth broke and blew the motor so he never got faster. he only trapped 114 mph so i would like to be the first to crack 12 seconds. the car weighs 3050 lb fully fueled. id guess with 1/4 tank it will be about 2977 lb so it looks like a good shot.
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Old 12-17-2011, 12:53 PM   #13
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Oh ok cool. I didn't know the new wrx's had that too. I didn't see it on the 08 wrx when I looked but that was the smaller turbo and stuff. I Finally got my car back and I have a fpr from an 06 Sti so I'm going to put that in but I still need to get a fuel damper too. I think I'm probably going to order one from IAPerformance. I want to check my afrs before and after the fpr change. I'm kind of curious if they will change.
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Old 12-17-2011, 01:19 PM   #14
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i was curious too because i thought maybe the fuel coming into the FPR from the tank maybe helped raise fuel pressure. but after tuning and only seeing 80% on the 750cc's i think im all good.
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Old 12-17-2011, 04:47 PM   #15
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how's the stock clutch holding up? SAME exact mods as you and my tgv deletes being done and a grimmspeed PnP plus the usual 93 oct tune and this time e85 as well...
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Old 12-17-2011, 05:18 PM   #16
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Good. Haven't been to the drag yet and it's only got 4k on it. The 09 had 36k, 5-6 drag visits, tons of dyno runs and it was perfect when I sold it.
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Old 12-17-2011, 05:34 PM   #17
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good to hear then. hope mine holds.
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Old 12-17-2011, 05:55 PM   #18
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ive heard since its organic if it does glaze or slip you can break it back in after like a drag visit so dont go run and replace it without making sure after 400 miles or so.
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Old 12-17-2011, 09:48 PM   #19
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well, we have the same mods(i have Perrin TMIC, Perrin catback though), well same mods as from your last dyno plot. like i've said i've been following your dyno plots for a while. i was only able to put down 315/345 by junior @ P&l but they do have a "heartbreaker" dynojet and i understand that no cars are alike, tunes etc... but before my final tune my car was slipping all over the place and that was only around 300whp. granted i got a new clutch and that's when i put down the 315/345. the clutch now has about 8k on it with a few hard slips. so, now that i have a turbomsmart bpv, tgv deletes, and grimmspeed pnp manifolds w/ crossover plus a grimmspeed pulley just for the hell of it, i'm wondering if it'll slip again. the e85 they said they'll take it easy on the torque spike and look for higher wh npumbers. should be interesting...

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Old 12-17-2011, 10:45 PM   #20
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did you put another oem clutch in?
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Old 12-18-2011, 12:47 AM   #21
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yea, after having my 05 well...since 05 then in 09 getting my 09 i've learned my lesson. my 05 i put in a act streetlite clutch and it was terrible. i'm pretty much sticking to a stock clutch. the only MAYBE exception is the exedy stage 1 organic. the act streetlite on my 05 had more pedal pressure than my dad's 07 vette.
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Old 12-18-2011, 10:03 AM   #22
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Excellent results - we've done a bunch of these in the 325+ range and usually names get called as most people don't realize there is life after 300whp on a VF52 with the right mod set / and tuning.
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Old 12-18-2011, 11:30 AM   #23
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Only way to prove the numbers is to take it to the track Scott....

I know the car makes good power, he sent me a log to run my own airboy earlier on in the process and it came out pretty close to what he's showing here. Just wonder how it compares to my slightly less modified Vf52 with E85. All I know is I can trap 90 in the 1/8th (no 1/4 ftl) and airboy shows 340-350whp and 365tq.
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Old 12-18-2011, 02:54 PM   #24
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I just checked my slips at the 313hp level when it went 107mph. The 1/8 was 85mph. I can definitely see pushing another 5mph now. Lol I'm not patient, I want to drive to Florida or something and check it out now.
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Old 12-18-2011, 04:19 PM   #25
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my 05 i put in a act streetlite clutch and it was terrible. i'm pretty much sticking to a stock clutch. the only MAYBE exception is the exedy stage 1 organic. the act streetlite on my 05 had more pedal pressure than my dad's 07 vette.
Really? I had an ACT Streetlite on my 06 WRX TR and it felt better than the stock clutch to me. To each their own.
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