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Old 04-26-2012, 12:12 AM   #1
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Default 07 WRX VF39 350/416 E85 Tune by Dave Brown @ PAS

Event: dyno pull/Tune for newly installed ID 1000s, JDM TGVs, Tial 38mm External gate and P&L up pipe
Location: No Limit Motorsports (Medford, Long Island NY)
Ambient Temp: 57*
Elevation: 89 feet
Weather: partially cloudy
Tires: 235 40 18s

Car: 2007 WRX TR
Tuner: Dave Brown of MSPT/Performance Auto Solutions
Dyno Info: Dyno Dynamics AWD Dyno
Transmission: 5 Speed
Gear: 3rd gear pull
Peak HP at RPM: 350 WHP @ 5000rpms
Peak Torque at RPM: 416 3500 RPMS
Baseline hp/tq for a stock on same dyno: 160?
Target Boost: 19.6
Fuel: E85
Engine/Power Modifications: AEM intake, VF39, STI TMIC, Perrin Turbo inlet, Grimmspeed EBCS, Bell mouth catless 3" DP, Apexi 3" stealth exhaust, ID1000cc, Tial 38mm, P&L up pipe, JDM TGVs

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Suspension Modifications: Tein H-techs lowering springs

Other Modifications: Kartboy short throw shifter and bushings, Kartboy engine Pitch mount, Omori boost gauge, pro sport gauges, SPT trans mount

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Old 04-26-2012, 12:47 AM   #2
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Old 04-26-2012, 01:54 AM   #3
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Stock tranny?
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Old 04-26-2012, 02:09 AM   #4
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So your saying you gained 200whp with 5psi? That's pretty thick... You def should find out what a stock 05sti did on the dyno with the same correction factor you used.
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Old 04-26-2012, 02:15 AM   #5
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+5psi from stock,e85 and all supporting mods. nice job dave, ill be by friday for my retune. enjoy the car man
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Old 04-26-2012, 07:42 AM   #6
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Stock tranny?
Yes, I don't beat the snot out of the car...no flat foot shifting or launching and stock clutch so it has been fine so far.

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So your saying you gained 200whp with 5psi? That's pretty thick... You def should find out what a stock 05sti did on the dyno with the same correction factor you used.
My car is an 07. I found some time back that a stock 07 ran on this dyno made 160 give or take...that is what I based it off. The car made 290/350 last sept with above mods on 93 minus the gate, TGVs, and injectors.

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+5psi from stock,e85 and all supporting mods. nice job dave, ill be by friday for my retune. enjoy the car man
Thanks and good luck with your tune.

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Old 04-26-2012, 11:39 AM   #7
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Yes, I don't beat the snot out of the car...no flat foot shifting or launching and stock clutch so it has been fine so far.

My car is an 07. I found some time back that a stock 07 ran on this dyno made 160 give or take...that is what I based it off. The car made 290/350 last sept with above mods on 93 minus the gate, TGVs, and injectors.

Thanks and good luck with your tune.

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How does it pull. How Much do you think you've shortened the motor and tranny life?
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Old 04-26-2012, 11:41 AM   #8
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Ehh I think the dyno is tuned more than the car..
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Old 04-26-2012, 12:04 PM   #9
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Ehh I think the dyno is tuned more than the car..
Seems right to me. I'm stg2 235whp 280wtq. Then add his vf39 280/310. Then add the e85 and other mods. It's not far off...
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Old 04-26-2012, 12:23 PM   #10
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How does it pull. How Much do you think you've shortened the motor and tranny life?
The transmissions in these seem to be hit or miss from what I has read on here and other forums. When I went for a ride with Dave afterwards he did say to be careful with the 5 speed. People said it would break on my last round of mods and it didn't...I personally don't think I will have a problem. A 6 speed swap is my next big upgrade though.

As far as the motor goes, E85 is cooler and safer for the engine. External gate also helps draw the heat out the cylinders faster. I'm not running anymore then 19lbs so I am confident in the tune that the motor will be ok.

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Ehh I think the dyno is tuned more than the car..
You got me I totally photoshopped the graph so I could feel like a boss of bosses on nasioc...SMH haters going to hate...

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Seems right to me. I'm stg2 235whp 280wtq. Then add his vf39 280/310. Then add the e85 and other mods. It's not far off...
Thanks dude
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Old 04-26-2012, 12:29 PM   #11
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You got me I totally photoshopped the graph so I could feel like a boss of bosses on nasioc...SMH haters going to hate...
Ehh I guess I came off kinda harsh. I didn't say you tampered with the graph those just seem a little inflated to me and the injectors seem like overkill for your setup, unless those flow less than 1000cc which I might have read.
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Old 04-26-2012, 12:54 PM   #12
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All lies, subarus can't make power with e85. Should have bought a jeep haha. Seriously though mike, great numbers. Now hand those keys over to me
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Old 04-26-2012, 01:02 PM   #13
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How many miles per tank you think your gonna get.
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Old 04-26-2012, 01:12 PM   #14
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Ehh I guess I came off kinda harsh. I didn't say you tampered with the graph those just seem a little inflated to me and the injectors seem like overkill for your setup, unless those flow less than 1000cc which I might have read.
I, unlike most people do all my own work on my car...I definitely do not want to have to take the manifold off again to change injectors. I asked Dave what he recommended and he said he could do the tune on 850cc but if I ever decided to go up from my vf39 I wouldn't have enough injector for that. So that is why we opted for the ID1000cc
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Old 04-26-2012, 01:17 PM   #15
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All lies, subarus can't make power with e85. Should have bought a jeep haha. Seriously though mike, great numbers. Now hand those keys over to me
Lol no jeeps! Solid axle toyotas for life ya heard!

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How many miles per tank you think your gonna get.
Not sure to be honest with you. I filled it and I am going to run it down and see what numbers I come up with. As of now I'm at 3/4 and have gone roughly 66 miles or so. I am trying to drive it nicely but it's hard because it just wants to go...hearing the external gate open is like music to the ears
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Lol no jeeps! Solid axle toyotas for life ya heard!

Not sure to be honest with you. I filled it and I am going to run it down and see what numbers I come up with. As of now I'm at 3/4 and have gone roughly 66 miles or so. I am trying to drive it nicely but it's hard because it just wants to go...hearing the external gate open is like music to the ears
Haha. For sure. When u use a full tank. Report back!!
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My car is an 07. I found some time back that a stock 07 ran on this dyno made 160 give or take...that is what I based it off. The car made 290/350 last sept with above mods on 93 minus the gate, TGVs, and

-Mike
Ah, I'm tracking. I was thinking it was a vf39 both times. A tdo4 at about 160 certainly makes sense. Though I'm still curious what correction factor was used. The dyno dynamics Ive been tuned on hits about 280-300 with a vf39, E and all the goodies uncorrected.
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Old 04-27-2012, 12:29 AM   #18
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Numbers sound about right for the mods, these guys don't know what the vf39/2.5 combo is really capable of.... Very similar setup to what I had planned to run, I'm sure you could trap 110mph easily with that setup!
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good job and impressive numbers
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Old 04-27-2012, 12:57 AM   #20
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Numbers sound about right for the mods, these guys don't know what the vf39/2.5 combo is really capable of.... Very similar setup to what I had planned to run, I'm sure you could trap 110mph easily with that setup!
Lol that's what I'm saying. 110mph trap is good for about 300whp (3200lb car, 200lb driver). 350whp should be good for about 115mph trap speed (same weight).

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Old 04-27-2012, 08:07 AM   #21
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My 1st time ever at the track, this past Evo vs STI day, I went 13.4 @ 102. I left off of a 4800 2 step and basically side stepped the clutch...had to redeem myself after stalling at the line on my 1st pass haha. I am sure now with my n00b as behind the wheel I could definitely break into the 12s. However I don't think I'll be hitting the track again until I obtain a 6 speed.

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Good job Mike and the crew at PAS and NL
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Old 04-30-2012, 01:15 PM   #23
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Good job Mike and the crew at PAS and NL
Thanks Clark.

Ran 1 tank down and filled I just missed 16mpg...15.8. Prior to E85 I was getting 21 and that's with a mix of driving and the occasional full boost
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Thats not to bad Mike!
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Thats not to bad Mike!

Certainly isn't! I went and saw Dave today to drop the head lights off for my mom's scoob he asked what I got for fuel mileage. He said that seemed pretty good! I topped off on the way home, the gauge was reading somewhere between 1/4 and a 1/2 and the numbers were 16.8. Its really not to bad, plus the smile factor obtained from having that much more power kinda makes it all worth it Now if this money tree I planted would grow and shed off roughly 4k I would slap the STI trans in. Then I could really enjoy all that it has to offer
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