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Old 11-30-2012, 05:27 PM   #101
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Rumor has it that if you drink from this turbo you will gain eternal life.
Only if you change the wastegate actuator.
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Old 11-30-2012, 05:31 PM   #102
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Only if you change the wastegate actuator.
I did that then I finger banged the twin scrolls. This turbo will do whatever I want now.
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Old 11-30-2012, 08:35 PM   #103
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did you already get your high pressure canister? if not, i have one from my 7064 that i sold that i wont need as i'm waiting on a 7670 EWG. it's cut and threaded up for no hassle install.

congrats on the arrival - i know that feeling and you're gonna love what it does once tuned. my 7064 was fun, bet this will be a riot, i'm counting on it!
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Old 11-30-2012, 11:45 PM   #104
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wow, this thing has really come along way since the drags in 08-09 when I seen it, or was that a different car you had? Mine is about to be together again here shortly once I get my longblock back from keegan engineering (mike keegan who used to do some cool work with the formula race team over at cosworth and did stuff in their head department, and helped build esx's 1200hp ej25 car if Im not mistaken,
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Old 12-01-2012, 12:25 AM   #105
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did you already get your high pressure canister? if not, i have one from my 7064 that i sold that i wont need as i'm waiting on a 7670 EWG. it's cut and threaded up for no hassle install.

congrats on the arrival - i know that feeling and you're gonna love what it does once tuned. my 7064 was fun, bet this will be a riot, i'm counting on it!

Thanks but I already have the high pressure WG but I'm having problems getting it to fit with the supplied WG bracket. Did you modifiy yours or did you get a replacement from FR like Anton did? Thanks.

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wow, this thing has really come along way since the drags in 08-09 when I seen it, or was that a different car you had? Mine is about to be together again here shortly once I get my longblock back from keegan engineering (mike keegan who used to do some cool work with the formula race team over at cosworth and did stuff in their head department, and helped build esx's 1200hp ej25 car if Im not mistaken,
I had an '03 bugeye back then but this is the same engine out of that car refreshed until I get my MPS 2.34L. I was out there the day you ran your 11.2 I think.
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Old 12-01-2012, 10:29 AM   #106
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Glad fedsex got it there in one piece, that would be the last thing you need.

Happy for you man!
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Old 12-01-2012, 10:46 AM   #107
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What's going on Kelly? All is well I hope.
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Old 12-18-2012, 03:09 PM   #108
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OK so I had a couple of issue that needed cleared up after the turbo arrived. The WG bracket they shipped with the turbo was not the Subaru specific one so I couldn't mount the WG actuator to the turbo. The hotside intercooler piping that came with the Full Race FMIC kit also had issues and wasn't going to work without some modification. Too bad for me that I already had those pipes powder coated red to match everything else... Oh well.

A new WG bracket showed up on Saturday and in order to fit that I had to tap the WG actuator shaft down about an inch and a half lower to allow me to put preload on the WG.




Instead of sending the IC pipes back to FR for modification and possibly doing the back and forth thing until the pipes were right I send the hotside pipes back for a refund and will have a local shop fab up the rest for me.

Today, once I get some more 1/2" push lok hose I plan on finishing the oil drain line, filling her with fluids, and starting this damn thing. Since I don't have the hotside IC pipes done yet I'll be starting it N/A but I need to to check out and calibrate some things with my standalone before I take it to my tuner/fab guy.





In short, this beeyatch will be running by this weekend and hopefully in the shop getting IC pipes, an intake, and tuned.

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Old 12-18-2012, 03:39 PM   #109
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That sucks you had so many fitment issues, but glad to see it all come to fruition finally!

Cant wait to see some numbers from this beast!
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Old 12-18-2012, 04:51 PM   #110
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I'm going to wait for my LR motor before i push this turbo hard and would be happy with 450 whp. Its going to take some time to get everything on the Link is sorted out and safe then I'll put in the good motor and flog it.
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Old 12-18-2012, 07:28 PM   #111
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I'm going to wait for my LR motor before i push this turbo hard and would be happy with 450 whp. Its going to take some time to get everything on the Link is sorted out and safe then I'll put in the good motor and flog it.
Which LR motor did you order?

Junior just tuned my MPS 2.5 LR yesterday afternoon It's a frickin smooth running motor and we made 440 WHP on pump and 540 WHP on E85 without much added timing and 26 psi with my blouch 3.5xtr.

Good to see some progress again on your build!!
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Old 12-18-2012, 07:50 PM   #112
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Which LR motor did you order?

Junior just tuned my MPS 2.5 LR yesterday afternoon It's a frickin smooth running motor and we made 440 WHP on pump and 540 WHP on E85 without much added timing and 26 psi with my blouch 3.5xtr.

Good to see some progress again on your build!!
Allan that's an awesome result!!! Congrats man!
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Old 12-18-2012, 07:51 PM   #113
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Damn dude. I saw this thread blip up and got excited cause I knew you were getting close. Sorry to hear that you've been fighting this yet again!
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Old 12-18-2012, 08:47 PM   #114
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Which LR motor did you order?

Junior just tuned my MPS 2.5 LR yesterday afternoon It's a frickin smooth running motor and we made 440 WHP on pump and 540 WHP on E85 without much added timing and 26 psi with my blouch 3.5xtr.

Good to see some progress again on your build!!
I went with the 2.34L +4mm rod motor. I plan on taking advantage of 9K rpm at some point.


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Damn dude. I saw this thread blip up and got excited cause I knew you were getting close. Sorry to hear that you've been fighting this yet again!
The lack on intercooler piping will probably prevent me from getting the car on the road by new year like I had hoped. Come January it will be a year of my car on jack stands
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Old 12-19-2012, 10:04 AM   #115
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I went with the 2.34L +4mm rod motor. I plan on taking advantage of 9K rpm at some point.

The lack on intercooler piping will probably prevent me from getting the car on the road by new year like I had hoped. Come January it will be a year of my car on jack stands
Did you buy a short block or long block? What cams and head work? You're gonna love that motor and the 9k ability. Even my 2.5 LR with my D25 heads wants to rev forever.

I am sorry to hear about the IC piping troubles what a drag! It will feel good to get that behind you and start tuning the build and dialing in the Link! Good luck with the remaining work!

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Old 12-19-2012, 10:05 AM   #116
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Allan that's an awesome result!!! Congrats man!
Thanks Alex! It feels good! I'm going to put a thread up here in PPB when I get a chance!
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Old 12-19-2012, 10:40 AM   #117
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You know what's really cool is that you are so close to me (I'm in corona) and both of our cars have 2.34's + they both should be running in the next month. Very excited to compare the two cars at a club meet of sorts. Also who dose your tuning, FSR?
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Old 12-19-2012, 10:54 AM   #118
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Hell if he takes it to FSR I'll grab a rack of beer and some pop corn to watch. Lol
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That's where I will do my 5th and 6th gear pulls ( so I can tune for Texas mile).
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Just say when
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Did you buy a short block or long block? What cams and head work? You're gonna love that motor and the 9k ability. Even my 2.5 LR with my D25 heads wants to rev forever.

I am sorry to hear about the IC piping troubles what a drag! It will feel good to get that behind you and start tuning the build and dialing in the Link! Good luck with the remaining work!
I just bought the SB for now. I want to see how my DPR ported S20 heads with cosworth cams and +1mm valves do on this setup before I decide to build my D25 heads. Honestly I'd rather not spend anymore money on a set of fully built heads. If I can get away with no AVCS I'll do it.


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You know what's really cool is that you are so close to me (I'm in corona) and both of our cars have 2.34's + they both should be running in the next month. Very excited to compare the two cars at a club meet of sorts. Also who dose your tuning, FSR?
Yeah I'm getting tuned at FSR. It probably won't be before the new year with the holidays and I'm scheduled for elbos surger January 7th so my plans may be messed up once again. What local meets do you hit?
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Right now I don't hit any meets because my car is not up right now, but it will be the rancho meet on wensdays and the Mitsu/Subaru monthly meets in eastvale. Outside of that... The track.

Did you or are going to relocate your fuse box? Did you rebuild your under manifold engine harness?
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I just bought the SB for now. I want to see how my DPR ported S20 heads with cosworth cams and +1mm valves do on this setup before I decide to build my D25 heads. Honestly I'd rather not spend anymore money on a set of fully built heads. If I can get away with no AVCS I'll do it.




Yeah I'm getting tuned at FSR. It probably won't be before the new year with the holidays and I'm scheduled for elbos surger January 7th so my plans may be messed up once again. What local meets do you hit?
Well you have choices at least and you can always do the D25's later if you want and run AVCS! I did my fully built D25 heads here in Detroit, CnC PnP+ hand work, bowl work & dogleg blends, +1mm SuperTech valve train, R199B cams. I do like these heads on this 2.5 LR motor with the higher compression, great off boost response and very good spool. Junior ended up with 21 psi on our 93 pump gas and 26 psi on E85. The power band is fat, I have +300 WTQ from 4-7K on 93 and +400 WTQ from 4-7K on E85!

I could post up a graph with pulls from both fuels here if you like, I just don't want to thread jack!

Good wishes on the elbow surgery!
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IT'S ALIVE... ALIVE. I did the initial start today and cam re-break-in on the Link. Everything went pretty well and I got it to start and idle somewhat well but since I'm not really a tuner I'll leave the rest to the professionals. I found two coolant leaks that I need to fix but other than that everything was pretty much on point. FSR won't be able to get me in until after the new year so I'm going to set my new target date to have my car on the street to February 1st. It definitely sounds different with the Full-Race equal length headers. Still mean as **** with the cam lope at idle but different and not as mean an unequal length. I'll try and get some video once I get the leaks fixed.

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Right now I don't hit any meets because my car is not up right now, but it will be the rancho meet on wensdays and the Mitsu/Subaru monthly meets in eastvale. Outside of that... The track.

Did you or are going to relocate your fuse box? Did you rebuild your under manifold engine harness?
No I haven't relocated my fuse box. Hadn't even considered it actually but if you have I done I'd like to see it. Is it done mostly to clean things up in the engine bay or did you need to make space for something else?

I hacked up my engine harness a little bit wiring in most of my external sensors through it but I haven't completely dissected it.

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Well you have choices at least and you can always do the D25's later if you want and run AVCS! I did my fully built D25 heads here in Detroit, CnC PnP+ hand work, bowl work & dogleg blends, +1mm SuperTech valve train, R199B cams. I do like these heads on this 2.5 LR motor with the higher compression, great off boost response and very good spool. Junior ended up with 21 psi on our 93 pump gas and 26 psi on E85. The power band is fat, I have +300 WTQ from 4-7K on 93 and +400 WTQ from 4-7K on E85!

I could post up a graph with pulls from both fuels here if you like, I just don't want to thread jack!

Good wishes on the elbow surgery!
Post away man, I'd love to see your graphs. I'm interested in all setups.
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Congrats man! That is awesome news. Worth having my phone wake me up to tell me
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