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Old 01-14-2013, 05:00 PM   #76
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On pump gas? But ya besides an bigger intercooler I don't see me gaining fifty hp with headers and ewg. I'm staying away from front mount and sticking with the stock sti one. The cost for a larger tmic us not nearly worth the gain on stock turbo
Pump gas and a 08+ STi tmic
and she doesn't have a ewg or headers
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Old 01-14-2013, 05:50 PM   #77
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Pump gas and a 08+ STi tmic
and she doesn't have a ewg or headers
Lol whats the secret then cuz I don't but 340+ with basic stage 2 setup. While almost every stage 2 setup us barley making 300 I don't see a tuner pushing out an extra 40 over everyone else. Is it a built motor or just some crazy high reading dyno
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Old 01-14-2013, 06:13 PM   #78
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Lol whats the secret then cuz I don't but 340+ with basic stage 2 setup. While almost every stage 2 setup us barley making 300 I don't see a tuner pushing out an extra 40 over everyone else. Is it a built motor or just some crazy high reading dyno
umm as far as I know... she's not on a built motor. Keep in mind, it's a 2.0 motor and not a 2.5 motor...
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We have the same tuner (Dom @Maxwell Power) and he uses a Dynocom
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Old 01-14-2013, 07:35 PM   #79
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umm as far as I know... she's not on a built motor. Keep in mind, it's a 2.0 motor and not a 2.5 motor...
her mod list:
Cobb AP v2 – Maxwell Power - Pro Tune by Dom
VF39 Turbo- Ceramic Coated hot-side w/Cobb Heat-Shield
Turbo Inlet
CAI Intake
Manifold Powdercoated Red
TGV Delete w/8mm Phenolic Spacers
08 Sti TMIC w/IAT Sensor Relocate & Perrin Y-Pipe
Perrin Boost Controllers
565cc Injectors
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Ceramic Coated Exhaust Manifold
Perrin Up-Pipe ceramic coated - catless
Helix Downpipe ceramic coated - catless
Blitz Nur-Spec 3″ Exhaust - catless
NGK BKR7EIX Iridium plugs - one step cooler
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Mishimoto Carbon Fiber Radiator Cap
IAG Billet Radiator Stays
Prosport Carbon Fiber Hood Dampers
Beatrush – Pully Cover & Radiator Cooling Panel
Optima Redtop battery w/SPT Battery tie down

We have the same tuner (Dom @Maxwell Power) and he uses a Dynocom
Ya I find it hard to believe that set up is close to 350. There are plenty of 2.5s running same mods and just bumping over 300. Thats pretty much my mods minus the tgv and I'm at 295 @ 19 psi. Idk how much the ceramic coating helps with hp but I wouldn't think 50 hp
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Old 01-14-2013, 08:17 PM   #80
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Ya I find it hard to believe that set up is close to 350. There are plenty of 2.5s running same mods and just bumping over 300. Thats pretty much my mods minus the tgv and I'm at 295 @ 19 psi. Idk how much the ceramic coating helps with hp but I wouldn't think 50 hp
I didn't believe it myself but our tuner confirmed it. Her 04 WRX wagon puts down 340+ on a dynocom.
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Old 01-14-2013, 08:29 PM   #81
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Freak turbo and freak engine. Every once in a while you see something like that.
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Old 01-14-2013, 10:50 PM   #82
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Lol a freak engine would be like 320 I just cant see an engine and turbo being so much better that it would produce 50 hp over everyone else. Those numbers just dont make sense.
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Old 01-15-2013, 08:29 PM   #83
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With e85 I believe it. 320whp "maxed out" on 93 + e85, leaner and more timing. Shouldn't be impossible.
I buy it.

I'm shooting for big numbers on a VF30. But e85 is not nearby.
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Old 01-16-2013, 12:00 AM   #84
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With e85 I believe it. 320whp "maxed out" on 93 + e85, leaner and more timing. Shouldn't be impossible.
I buy it.

I'm shooting for big numbers on a VF30. But e85 is not nearby.
Ya e85 is completely believable but were talking pump 93 gas and 320 us even believable but 340+ just seems a bit much without headers or some kind of meth or alternative high octane fuel.
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Old 01-16-2013, 02:32 AM   #85
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Oh yeah that's a stretch. Not saying it isn't possible but I wouldn't believe it based off one dyno. Not running a 1/4 for longevity is a cop out.
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Old 01-16-2013, 12:14 PM   #86
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...Cobb AP v2 – Maxwell Power - Pro Tune by Dom
VF39 Turbo- Ceramic Coated hot-side w/Cobb Heat-Shield
...565cc Injectors

We have the same tuner (Dom @Maxwell Power) and he uses a Dynocom
I seem to remember Dom saying in another thread that 320hp is about max for the 565cc injectors...

Here's the quote, from a thread I made about my hta68 tune:

"Injectors are 100% around 320whp. I had to do injectors to get the range. I'll check the dyno computer to see if the graphs are still there. I had another database failure (too many cars) a handful of months ago."

In context, Dom was talking about a 350hp (on his Dynocom) VF39 setup -- but the motor had cams and bigger injectors.

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FYI Hydra is very expensive and not easy to tune without a dyno and having Phil from element tuning do it for ya, but it does have a ton of options and safety options. If your thinking of running e85 then you may want to think about a tank sensor to make sure your getting real e85 so you don't run lean.
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Old 01-16-2013, 03:30 PM   #88
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FYI Hydra is very expensive and not easy to tune without a dyno and having Phil from element tuning do it for ya, but it does have a ton of options and safety options. If your thinking of running e85 then you may want to think about a tank sensor to make sure your getting real e85 so you don't run lean.
Rumor has it that Cobb has something in the works.
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Old 01-16-2013, 03:38 PM   #89
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I seem to remember Dom saying in another thread that 320hp is about max for the 565cc injectors...

Here's the quote, from a thread I made about my hta68 tune:

"Injectors are 100% around 320whp. I had to do injectors to get the range. I'll check the dyno computer to see if the graphs are still there. I had another database failure (too many cars) a handful of months ago."

In context, Dom was talking about a 350hp (on his Dynocom) VF39 setup -- but the motor had cams and bigger injectors.
That's what I thought... my gf's 03 wagon has a vf43, 565cc injectors some supporting mods and it put down 300whp. With a bigger intake and inlet, I can see 320whp at most. KatieO's wagon is just a freak motor and turbo I guess...
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Run straight 93
hallman mbc
accesport, open source
modify stock injectors and have them flow tested
38mm ewg up pipe kit (since i assume you are still on stock up pipe)
electronic cutout (since i assume you are running stock cbe)
Look at kinugawa, or OG FP Green or put together easy rotated setup (i.e. Holset hx35 cuz its cheap even brand new, rotated dp, up adaptor or rotated up pipe)
turbo inlet
meth if you wanna
Find parts used and do your homework/ thread

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Ditch the front bumper beam... lightweight crank pulley... lightweight flywheel... LOL. Are you serious? Give me some of what you're puffin on bud.
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Old 02-23-2013, 06:31 PM   #91
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I've got 350whp with FP Green HTA. But only obtain peak torque at 4800-5000rpm.
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Old 03-01-2013, 03:27 PM   #92
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Ive got about 350 with stock turbo
( 345hp 379tq )

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AEM/KN intake
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Old 03-01-2013, 03:38 PM   #93
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Ive got about 350 with stock turbo
( 345hp 379tq )

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AccessPort
AVO big top mount
AEM/KN intake
1000cc injector
walbro fuel pump
E85 Tune
On regular 92 octane its only 322hp 339tq
Good power at 4k

But that e85 tune is a ROCKET
lotz of power down low
And burns all 4 tires shifting into 2nd
I cant hardly stand running 92 octane any more
Bad part is stock clutch is gone with that power.
In the process of replacing it now
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Old 03-01-2013, 04:10 PM   #94
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Ive got about 350 with stock turbo
( 345hp 379tq )

Minimul upgrades
AccessPort
AVO big top mount
AEM/KN intake
1000cc injector
walbro fuel pump
E85 Tune
what psi? and what type of dyno? just seeing where i stand on my e85 tune.
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Old 03-01-2013, 04:53 PM   #95
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On regular 92 octane its only 322hp 339tq
Good power at 4k

But that e85 tune is a ROCKET
lotz of power down low
And burns all 4 tires shifting into 2nd
I cant hardly stand running 92 octane any more
Bad part is stock clutch is gone with that power.
In the process of replacing it now
I share a similar setup and power level as you. But watch out, not only was i spinning the clutch or tires, i blew apart my ringlands. This was at 22psi, e85 on a VF43. Virtual Dyno said 350hp 400trq

Still in recovery mode, getting forged internals now. Not sure i'll go back to E85. The torque was insane. I think i'm going to go for a larger turbo down the line instead of E85. I think it will be safer so the trans doesn't explode next.
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