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Old 01-31-2013, 07:43 PM   #1
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Default 2009 sti rotated gt3582

Update: the car didnt make quite as much power as i would have liked due to it not having equal length header and having stock heads. It put down 440whp and 417wtq on 93 oct, 505whp and 472wtq on 110oct. i will try to get the plots up tomorrow. i cant be happier with the drivability of the car after eric's tune. The guys at covert tuning dynamics really know their stuff.

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Internals- new oem case halves, acl bearings, nitrated crank, eagle rods, weisco pistons, arp headstuds and rod bolts,
-grimmspeed intake manifold
-perrin rotated 35r kit
-1000cc injectors
-perrin fuel rails
-grimmspeed heads and crosspipe
-gfb bov
-cobb accessport
-tgv deletes
-perrin lightened pulley
-cosworth air pump deletes
-walbro 255 fp
-44mm ewg
-cnt catback

Parts i have but not installed for power yet
-1300cc injectors
-walbro 400lph fp
-4 bar map sensor
-6 supply lines
-aeromotive fp regulator

Interior
-aem wideband
-glowshift boost guage(getting rid of this junk)
-Perrin shift knob

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- Competition Stage 4 (6 Puck)
- Project Kics R40's Neo Chrome Lock Set
- Perrin Subframe Lockdown Kit
- Hub Centric Rings

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-BC coilovers
-Evo 10 enkei's with 18/235 all seasons (winter mode)

The car is currently making 430whp on 42 autosports mustang dyno. hoping to be in the 5xxwhp rang after the upgrades and tune on covert tuning dynamics dynojet. I will probably be getting tuned in 3 weeks or so. Eventually the car will get cams/ported heads and a gtx35r to see what it can really do. Here are some pics, enjoy






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Old 01-31-2013, 07:44 PM   #2
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One pic is before i put the coils on... easy to see which haha
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Old 01-31-2013, 07:52 PM   #3
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Nice build nice car!!! Il consider either upgrading the turbo to an hta82 or hta86 thru forced performance.
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Old 01-31-2013, 07:54 PM   #4
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Nice build nice car!!! Il consider either upgrading the turbo to an hta82 or hta86 thru forced performance.
i have been reading a lot about the gtx turbo's and im dead set on one. i dont think the hta would outperform it honestly. If it does let me know because i want the best i can get for it that would be drop in replacement.
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Old 01-31-2013, 08:03 PM   #5
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Whats the story with the Skyline?
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Old 01-31-2013, 08:05 PM   #6
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i have been reading a lot about the gtx turbo's and im dead set on one. i dont think the hta would outperform it honestly. If it does let me know because i want the best i can get for it that would be drop in replacement.
I've got the hta86 cars going back together this month looking for 700whp
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Old 01-31-2013, 08:16 PM   #7
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Whats the story with the Skyline?
thats my buddies r32 gtr, pretty much stock right now but we are mapping out a nasty build with a single precision 6776 for it.
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I've got the hta86 cars going back together this month looking for 700whp
on pump? this is my dd so it will only be on pump. i dont want to be over 575whp or so due to the block not being sleeved.
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Old 01-31-2013, 08:19 PM   #8
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thats my buddies r32 gtr, pretty much stock right now but we are mapping out a nasty build with a single precision 6776 for it.

on pump? this is my dd so it will only be on pump. i dont want to be over 575whp or so due to the block not being sleeved.
Il love to see tht skyline with a 6776 some highway pulls..insane....na on e85.. With 575 not sleeved your playing with fire
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Old 01-31-2013, 10:29 PM   #9
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Il love to see tht skyline with a 6776 some highway pulls..insane....na on e85.. With 575 not sleeved your playing with fire
i know, might keep it back a little. from what i hear he blocks are good for like 550whp.
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Old 02-01-2013, 12:13 AM   #10
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i know, might keep it back a little. from what i hear he blocks are good for like 550whp.
For longevity il keep it at 500-530
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Old 02-13-2013, 10:48 AM   #11
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Update: Have it set up to drop my car off to my tuner this saturday for a week. Gunna have all the new fuel components put in along with new -6 supply lines. Im going to talk to him about possibly doing a 110 tune on it as well.
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Old 02-13-2013, 01:13 PM   #12
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great looking car man. love the setup. cheers to a fellow 09 WRB owner!
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Old 02-13-2013, 01:28 PM   #13
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great looking car man. love the setup. cheers to a fellow 09 WRB owner!
thank you sir
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Old 02-13-2013, 07:01 PM   #14
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what brand 1300cc?
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Old 02-16-2013, 05:33 PM   #15
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what brand 1300cc?
DW injectors. Dropped the car off today so i should have numbers for you guys in a week.
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Old 02-16-2013, 11:30 PM   #16
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Looking forward to seeing what she puts down! Out of curiosity, what wheels are on the car in those pics?
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Looking forward to seeing what she puts down! Out of curiosity, what wheels are on the car in those pics?
They are the stock enkei's from an evo 10, i will put up another pic when i get the car back because i plastidipped them black.
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Updated original post with new numbers!
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Old 03-02-2013, 08:40 AM   #19
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Very nice. You should have went with a 30r. You would have made over 600hp lol. J/k. Nice numbers and mods.
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Old 03-02-2013, 02:16 PM   #20
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Very nice. You should have went with a 30r. You would have made over 600hp lol. J/k. Nice numbers and mods.
Lol I see what u did there. Nice number but yeah not just a 30r and gtx 30r
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Lol I see what u did there. Nice number but yeah not just a 30r and gtx 30r
I was thinking about doing a gtx30r because my car would hit full boost at 5k, but now it hits full boost at 4400 and it will hit it even sooner with cams. Thats not too loaggy for my and i should be able to make more power with this with heads and equals than a gtx30. i know it could be close but this turbo will have more top end as well... if i go to a gtx turbo it will be a gtx3582.
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Old 03-02-2013, 09:21 PM   #22
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I was thinking about doing a gtx30r because my car would hit full boost at 5k, but now it hits full boost at 4400 and it will hit it even sooner with cams. Thats not too loaggy for my and i should be able to make more power with this with heads and equals than a gtx30. i know it could be close but this turbo will have more top end as well... if i go to a gtx turbo it will be a gtx3582.
I would go with the bigger and a billet wheel turbo, 35r variant. If your build is good and you set it up right you won't give up any spool and you'll have more up top. I have a 35r variant making 28 psi/ 450-480 WTQ BY 3600 rpm! I'm running a stock location Blouch but if I rotated a turbo I would most likely use a PTE and probably a 6266CEA BB.

Nice job here OP!!
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Old 03-02-2013, 11:23 PM   #23
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You have a beautiful looking car. Those number aren't bad just seem on the lower side for a 35r. Maybe slap some meth on there and put that turbo to work a little more
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Old 03-03-2013, 10:01 AM   #24
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I was thinking about doing a gtx30r because my car would hit full boost at 5k, but now it hits full boost at 4400 and it will hit it even sooner with cams. Thats not too loaggy for my and i should be able to make more power with this with heads and equals than a gtx30. i know it could be close but this turbo will have more top end as well... if i go to a gtx turbo it will be a gtx3582.
Cams tend to make it spool later, not earlier. If you're spooling at 4400 now, expect to see full boost at 4650-5000 depending on cam choices.
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Cams tend to make it spool later, not earlier. If you're spooling at 4400 now, expect to see full boost at 4650-5000 depending on cam choices.
That can be true especially if they are big duration 280+ and if they are not matched well to the turbo. If they are matched up well and everything is balanced out well they can help spool. My XTI with 264 Kelford's spools my Dom 3.5XTR like its a VF. I am going to overlay my current build with the Dom 3.5XTR over my stock EJ255 with the VF48 and I'll bet the stock build curve will fit almost completely inside the current build!
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