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Old 10-28-2012, 09:43 PM   #526
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Man that things moving. Love the 8500 rev limit reminds me of my old type r swap. Lol
Thanks, on camera it really does sound like a B series lol! In person it has a little more of a deep note to it, car is spooky fast sometimes
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Old 11-04-2012, 12:31 AM   #527
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3rd-5th with my 210lbs buddy as a passenger and a full trunk of both our luggage. clocked it at 7 flat.


car made 335/420 on 93 pump on TheShopCT's dyno

ran a best of a 12.30 @110



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Old 11-05-2012, 02:30 AM   #528
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^ if you would have done it from a lower roll you would have a faster 50-100
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Old 11-05-2012, 07:28 AM   #529
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^ love the solid afr's
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Old 11-05-2012, 11:20 AM   #530
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I could deff get it into the 6's not sure how far into the 6's though. will give another crack at it soon! need a gopro lol
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Old 11-14-2012, 12:48 AM   #531
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Am I correct in assuming a typical stage 2 WRX/STI with ~300whp will be somewhere in the 7-8 second range? I have noticed that while the stage 2 WRX is far faster than most cars under 70 mph, it is equal or slower above 70 mph than most other cars with 270hp+ like V6 Accords, BMW, Audis, or similar luxury cars with over 300 horsepower etc. Not sure if this is due to AWD, gearing, the small stock turbo, or all of the above.
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Old 11-14-2012, 06:13 AM   #532
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Old 11-14-2012, 08:00 AM   #533
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I have noticed that while the stage 2 WRX is far faster than most cars under 70 mph, it is equal or slower above 70 mph than most other cars with 270hp+ like V6 Accords, BMW, Audis, or similar luxury cars with over 300 horsepower etc. Not sure if this is due to AWD, gearing, the small stock turbo, or all of the above.
I made this assumption until I ran into my friend and his E46 M3 on a lonely highway. From about 55/60 to 100 we were completely even. No idea how it happened as I'm currently only running the Cobb OTS stage 1 tune.
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Old 11-14-2012, 08:32 AM   #534
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Am I correct in assuming a typical stage 2 WRX/STI with ~300whp will be somewhere in the 7-8 second range? I have noticed that while the stage 2 WRX is far faster than most cars under 70 mph, it is equal or slower above 70 mph than most other cars with 270hp+ like V6 Accords, BMW, Audis, or similar luxury cars with over 300 horsepower etc. Not sure if this is due to AWD, gearing, the small stock turbo, or all of the above.
Yeah, that's probably about right. FFS'ing and higher redline could get it close to 7 or maybe under. The gearing on the WRX really isn't that great for highway rolls.
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Old 11-19-2012, 09:43 PM   #535
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Vehicle: 2004 Sti
Motor: MPS built 2.6L
Turbo: Blouch Dom 5XT-R
Boost: 22-23 for now
Transmission: Stock 04 Sti tranny
Redline: 7500
Upgrades: -DW300 fuel pump
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oh and pump 93


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Old 11-24-2012, 06:03 PM   #536
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Heres mine


I was doing a quick 3-4 pull. I think it was around 6 seconds.

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Old 11-25-2012, 12:03 AM   #537
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I need to catch up on reviewing these videos...

But for tonight, I just have a little comparison. Nothing scientific, but it might help people gauge what time they should expect if they have Virtual Dyno numbers. I did some runs at 20psi (flat), 24psi peak (tapering to 22psi), and 27psi peak (tapering to 24psi) and then plotted the results in Virtual Dyno:



I took speedo videos for these runs and the 50-100mph times were as follows:

20psi (400WHP Dynojet): 5.4 seconds
24psi (440WHP Dynojet): 4.9 seconds
27psi (480WHP Dynojet): 4.4 seconds

All of the runs were done twice (once in each direction) and the results were identical (peak numbers within 2WHP in Virtual Dyno and 50-100mph times within 0.05 seconds in the videos), so I think the results are pretty solid.

Of course this is just my car, with my powerband, and the runs were done all in 3rd gear. There will be different results once you add in one (or two) shifts, as well as many other factors. So take it with a grain of salt, but I'm just glad to see the VD numbers do seem to go up inline with the 50-100mph times going down.
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Old 11-25-2012, 03:06 AM   #538
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I need to catch up on reviewing these videos...

But for tonight, I just have a little comparison. Nothing scientific, but it might help people gauge what time they should expect if they have Virtual Dyno numbers. I did some runs at 20psi (flat), 24psi peak (tapering to 22psi), and 27psi peak (tapering to 24psi) and then plotted the results in Virtual Dyno:



I took speedo videos for these runs and the 50-100mph times were as follows:

20psi (400WHP Dynojet): 5.4 seconds
24psi (440WHP Dynojet): 4.9 seconds
27psi (480WHP Dynojet): 4.4 seconds

All of the runs were done twice (once in each direction) and the results were identical (peak numbers within 2WHP in Virtual Dyno and 50-100mph times within 0.05 seconds in the videos), so I think the results are pretty solid.

Of course this is just my car, with my powerband, and the runs were done all in 3rd gear. There will be different results once you add in one (or two) shifts, as well as many other factors. So take it with a grain of salt, but I'm just glad to see the VD numbers do seem to go up inline with the 50-100mph times going down.
Really liked the boost vs time vs hp comparison, thanks!
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Old 11-25-2012, 08:49 AM   #539
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3rd-5th with my 210lbs buddy as a passenger and a full trunk of both our luggage. clocked it at 7 flat.

Sti 3rd-5th pull - YouTube

car made 335/420 on 93 pump on TheShopCT's dyno

Great shifting, you need more power. I know that feel, bro.
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Old 11-25-2012, 01:30 PM   #540
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Yeah I was expecting 4.4. Ill have new videos and more power in the spring. Roads got salt yesterday
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Old 11-25-2012, 05:48 PM   #541
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Old 11-29-2012, 10:10 AM   #542
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Wanted to join the fun and set a baseline...according to iMovie I'm at about 7.7 seconds. I just barely touched 100, so it might be a few tenths longer.

3rd-4th pull.

Here's my oddball setup, I love it:

Vehicle: 2004 WRX Sedan
Motor: 2.2L Phase 1 NA stock shortblock /w stock EJ205 heads 9.0:1 Comp
Turbo: VF39
Boost: 16psi no taper
Transmission: Stock 5 Speed
Redline: 7000rpm
Fuel: 93
Other Stuff:
  • Ebay Catless Downpipe
  • Stock Catback Exhaust
  • Stock TMIC
  • AP Hard Inlet
  • Stock Intake /w duct to foglight and K&N Panel
  • Modded Stock Injectors
  • TGV Deletes
  • OS Tuned by me
Weight: Full Stock Weight + Driver - Subframe U Brace
50-100MPH: ~7.7sec

Everything else is pretty much stock with 177K miles on it!


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tachrev 2004 Subaru WRX NA NA 2.2L 4cyl VF39 16psi 93oct NA NA NA NA NA NA 7.7

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Old 12-02-2012, 10:14 PM   #543
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Vehicle: 2011 Sti hatch
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Upgrades: Invidia catless dp, p&l race catback, aem intake, dw65 fuel pump, Custom tune at AKUMA by John


its got to be atleast 7 sec...but im going to pretend its 4 so i feel better. hahah btw awesome thread!
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Old 12-02-2012, 10:37 PM   #544
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Vehicle: 2011 Sti hatch
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Upgrades: Invidia catless dp, p&l race catback, aem intake, dw65 fuel pump, Custom tune at AKUMA by John

Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fi1RroLn10Q

its got to be atleast 7 sec...but im going to pretend its 4 so i feel better. hahah btw awesome thread!
Not bad sir. Well built.stage 2
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Old 12-04-2012, 11:56 PM   #545
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http://youtu.be/Kpb5D29L-64

Was going for a 60-130 time. But here you go
50-100mph Time: 4.73 seconds

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50-100mph Time: 6.16 seconds

^Is the DOM3 really slower than he Green? Or is it the tune? I double checked the video, and that time is right.

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50-100 new - YouTube
New one. Raised rev limit. Only 23.5 psi. A lot colder temp
Went the track. Ran 11.04 @ 126.4 on 91
50-100mph Time: 4.52 seconds

^Your shifts are right at 100mph so it's hard to get a good time. You are probably a tenth or two quicker than this if the gearing matched up.

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heres an idea what mine did,no vid though,

http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/s...k/DSC_0458.jpg

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plus all the usual extras,
cars off the road till march so cant do any vids till then, should be about used to the go pro3 by then
50-100mph Time: 4.3 seconds

^If only everyone had a VBOX! It would save me hours of stepping through low res cell phone videos!

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Mine is more like a 60-120. The combo of turbo lag with 06 gearing works against me in the 50-100. I tried brake boosting off 50mph and it came out to around 4 seconds but should be much faster.

600+whp STI 3rd and 4th gear pull (8500 rpm) [STIROID] - YouTube
50-100mph Time: 4.48 seconds

^This one is also hard to get a good time for because you brake boosted slightly over 50mph. Your car is obviously much faster than that 50-100mph time indicates. Maybe roll into it at 30 or 40mph and it will be somewhat spooled as it goes through 50mph?

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3rd-5th with my 210lbs buddy as a passenger and a full trunk of both our luggage. clocked it at 7 flat.

Sti 3rd-5th pull - YouTube

car made 335/420 on 93 pump on TheShopCT's dyno

ran a best of a 12.30 @110

http://i1216.photobucket.com/albums/...n/IMG_0807.jpg

PERFORMANCE:
335whp and 420wtq on TheShopCT's dyno
Cobb Access Port (STiMikey Pro Tune)
Invidia Q300 Cat Back Exhaust
Invidia Downpipe Divorced Wastegate
IAG Performance External 44mm V-Band Wastegate Uppipe Kit
GTSpec GEN II equal length headers
Tial MV-R Wastegate 44mm
KStech 73mm Cold Air Intake
Cobb BOV
Perrin FMIC w. custom IC piping
Hallman PRO Boost Controller Kit
Walboro 255 fuel pump
NGK Iridium "1-Step Colder" Spark Plugs
50-100mph Time: 7.39 seconds

^Sorry, I don't see 7 flat. Stepping frame by frame gives me 7.39 seconds. Still a great time. Very, very good shifts! My car on E85 did a similar time! You have more mods and better driving, which is quite an accomplishment to do on pump gas! My was also trapping around 110-112mph and made 340WHP on the dyno, so the 50-100mph metric does seem to correlate fairly well to trap and dyno numbers. I think you trapped higher recently, do you have any new 50-100mph video?

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Here's a better video of my car.
Subaru Sti 35r speedo - YouTube
50-100mph Time: 3.89 seconds

^That's fast!

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Vehicle: 2004 Sti
Motor: MPS built 2.6L
Turbo: Blouch Dom 5XT-R
Boost: 22-23 for now
Transmission: Stock 04 Sti tranny
Redline: 7500
Upgrades: -DW300 fuel pump
-Bosch FPR
-ID2000's
-blah blah blah. Lots of stuff
oh and pump 93

sti 50-100 - YouTube
50-100mph Time: 4.33 seconds

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Heres mine

50-100mph nasioc - YouTube

I was doing a quick 3-4 pull. I think it was around 6 seconds.

Mods:

DW850's
Walbro 255
Blouch 16G-XT
Stock Ej20 and tranny
-E85
-Full Bolt ons
-Hybrid boost controller setup
-Opensource tuned
50-100mph Time: 6.99 seconds

^Didn't start at 50mph to it's hard to get an accurate time. Probably could be slightly quicker than what's listed above if you post a valid run.

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50-100mph Time: 5.38 seconds 20psi
50-100mph Time: 4.91 seconds 24psi
50-100mph Time: 4.37 seconds 27psi

Quote:
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Wanted to join the fun and set a baseline...according to iMovie I'm at about 7.7 seconds. I just barely touched 100, so it might be a few tenths longer.

3rd-4th pull.

Here's my oddball setup, I love it:

Vehicle: 2004 WRX Sedan
Motor: 2.2L Phase 1 NA stock shortblock /w stock EJ205 heads 9.0:1 Comp
Turbo: VF39
Boost: 16psi no taper
Transmission: Stock 5 Speed
Redline: 7000rpm
Fuel: 93
Other Stuff:
  • Ebay Catless Downpipe
  • Stock Catback Exhaust
  • Stock TMIC
  • AP Hard Inlet
  • Stock Intake /w duct to foglight and K&N Panel
  • Modded Stock Injectors
  • TGV Deletes
  • OS Tuned by me
Weight: Full Stock Weight + Driver - Subframe U Brace
50-100MPH: ~7.7sec

Everything else is pretty much stock with 177K miles on it!

wrx 50-100 - YouTube

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tachrev 2004 Subaru WRX NA NA 2.2L 4cyl VF39 16psi 93oct NA NA NA NA NA NA 7.7
50-100mph Time: 7.83 seconds

^Hard to tell exactly because you didn't quite hit 100mph on the speedo.

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Vehicle: 2011 Sti hatch
Motor: stock
Turbo: stock
Boost: 19.5
Transmission: stock
Upgrades: Invidia catless dp, p&l race catback, aem intake, dw65 fuel pump, Custom tune at AKUMA by John

2011 Sti 50-100 - YouTube

its got to be atleast 7 sec...but im going to pretend its 4 so i feel better. hahah btw awesome thread!
50-100mph Time: 8.27 seconds

^Good baseline run. Nothing wrong with that time for the mods you have. What did Akuma's dyno say you made?
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Old 12-04-2012, 11:56 PM   #546
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OK, done reviewing the videos. Times for the new ones are posted above. I'll update the list on the first page tomorrow.
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Old 12-04-2012, 11:59 PM   #547
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The top end on some of these. Geeesh.... No quit. (the sub 5 sec pulls)
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Old 12-05-2012, 03:42 AM   #548
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I believe slimsti's fpgreen was with meth and his dom 3 is without meth i might be mistaken
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:42 AM   #549
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OK, done reviewing the videos. Times for the new ones are posted above. I'll update the list on the first page tomorrow.
Thanks sir..pump gas and 24psi..wait until spring if I still have the car and I put some e85 and 30-32psi to it Guess all the weight reduction pays off! I haven't put it on a scale in over a year but it should be in the 2800lb range with my summer wheels on it.
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Old 12-05-2012, 01:08 PM   #550
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I believe slimsti's fpgreen was with meth and his dom 3 is without meth i might be mistaken
No i was running meth on both on of them. The fp green was tuned in 40 degree weather on a larger tmic @25psi and made 388/412. I got the dom 3 installed in the summer on like the hottest day possible. It was like 102 with about 50% humidity. Had to limit the boost to 22psi cause the tmic was just baking and was knocking at 23psi. I have no heat shields or thermal wrap so it makes sense. I only made 375/360 on it. My fmic is waiting for install and retune though so ill update with a new vid and hopefully new numbers over 400whp.
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