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Old 06-20-2008, 10:49 PM   #26
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I have an 04 WRX stage 2 OTS Cobb, my best time was 15.3 @ 95mph.
My buddy's 07 SRT-8 Dodge charger has a best time of 14.9 @ 94mph.
This is at 4,000 ft elev. and 95+ degree weather.

I've never had a good launch the whole time, I guess I'm scared that I might still break my RA gears. How fast does a stage 2 02-05 WRX usually runs, can you guys post you time?

I really do think I could have done better, I was not pushing my car to the limits as far as launching and flat foot shifting(granny shifting). Like I said can you guys post your time? I wanna see the difference between sea level.
The "difference between sea level" isn't going to tell you much about your car/driving. You need to compare to someone closer to your altitude or that runs at the same track as you.

FWIW, I have a 03 WRX Cobb Stage 2 Pro-tuned running full 3" catless TBE, DC Sports UP, Perrin LW crank pulley, SPT intake, and a TurboXS I/C Y-pipe. Last time I ran it at Bandimere in Denver the day after I got pro-tuned I managed a best of 14.7@93mph on a pass with a weak 2.0 60' time. Bandimere is at ~5300ft above sea level and on that particular day the density altitude was actually closer to 7000ft. For reference, the previous time I was at that track over a year ago and with more favorable conditions, I ran a 15.1@89mph with a 1.9 60' running only the Cobb AP Stage 1 OTS map. So either your car isn't running very well on the OTS map or you are *really* driving like a ninny.
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Old 07-03-2008, 12:32 PM   #27
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Personal Update:

I went to the drag strip last night to see what I could pull off with the car at Stage II. Mind you, I SUCK at drag racing, this was my second time ever, and I really have no interest to get much better. I use it as a power measurement tool. I'm 100% interested in road racing / time attack etc.

anyway, best pass of the night :

R/T : .983 ( waited to get good launch)
60' : 1.965
330 : 5.690
1/8 : 8.782
MPH : 78.96
1000 : 11.428
1/4 : 13.689
MPH : 99.61

What do you guys think ? Is my car strong ? Trapping what it should ? What would you estimate my ET with a good launch (like a 1.8 60' or something) ?
Mods are TBE , K&N Panel Filter, Up pipe, Cobb AP v1 OTS Stage II mapping.

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Old 07-03-2008, 01:05 PM   #28
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Personal Update:

I went to the drag strip last night to see what I could pull off with the car at Stage II. Mind you, I SUCK at drag racing, this was my second time ever, and I really have no interest to get much better. I use it as a power measurement tool. I'm 100% interested in road racing / time attack etc.

anyway, best pass of the night :

R/T : .983 ( waited to get good launch)
60' : 1.965
330 : 5.690
1/8 : 8.782
MPH : 78.96
1000 : 11.428
1/4 : 13.689
MPH : 99.61

What do you guys think ? Is my car strong ? Trapping what it should ? What would you estimate my ET with a good launch (like a 1.8 60' or something) ?
Mods are TBE , K&N Panel Filter, Up pipe, Cobb AP v1 OTS Stage II mapping.
Usually every tenth off of your 60' is 2 tenths off your et. So I'd say with a good 1.80 60' you could probably run a 13.3 or so. That is good for OTS stage 2.
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Old 04-16-2012, 10:54 AM   #29
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my first wrx i had i was pro tuned 247/257 @ almost exact sea level (portland) i went 13.3 @ 101. i never went faster than like 1.85 60 foots out of fear for a stock clutch and tranny. this was also something along the lines of 4 or so years ago. i was 18 and not as good a driver then as i am now. never gone back to anything that fast. current car is bare minimum stage 2 and i think theres no point going to the track unless I'm really bored.
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Old 03-23-2013, 12:22 AM   #30
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I know this is an old thread, but I wanted to log my time before my track slip completely fades away.

Car: 2004 WRX Stage 2 catless 110K+ miles bigger intercooler, lowered, tuned (HTRZIII rubber)
Conditions: Hot
Fuel: 93 octane
Altitude: Wisconsin

R/T .501
60' 2.144
330 5.918
1/8 8.962
MPH 81.83
1000 11.563
1/4 13.795
MPH 101.21

Disclaimer: I know the time is not great, but I was not really launching. Mostly just reving to build boost and catching it right to go easy on the clutch. Did 10+ runs and the car was solid. I have since upgraded to a huge hood scoop to take advantage of my huge intercooler. I hope to test again in spring.
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Old 03-15-2014, 11:59 AM   #31
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This was the result of my second pass ever after went stg two.

Car: 2014 WRX hatch, invida catback, invidia d pipe, AP v3 ots 91 stg 2 map
Air Temp: 65
Intake air temp: 120 at line/80ish at end of run
Fuel:91 octane
Alt:Thunder Valley raceway Noble, OK 1165ft

R/T -.044
60' 2.003
330 5.604
1/8 8.597
MPH 82.50
1000 11.136
1/4 13.311
MPH 101.29

I logged this run and discovered I only hit 16.4 psi and target is 17.5 so im gonna switch to the high WG map and try launch control and FFS features next time
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Old 03-15-2014, 12:41 PM   #32
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my 03 bugeye went 13.5 with Catless Up / down chopped off muffler and tune.


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Old 03-15-2014, 12:48 PM   #33
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This was the result of my second pass ever after went stg two.

Car: 2014 WRX hatch, invida catback, invidia d pipe, AP v3 ots 91 stg 2 map
Air Temp: 65
Intake air temp: 120 at line/80ish at end of run
Fuel:91 octane
Alt:Thunder Valley raceway Noble, OK 1165ft

R/T -.044
60' 2.003
330 5.604
1/8 8.597
MPH 82.50
1000 11.136
1/4 13.311
MPH 101.29

I logged this run and discovered I only hit 16.4 psi and target is 17.5 so im gonna switch to the high WG map and try launch control and FFS features next time
You won't hit pk boost if you were over ~4800rpm or so because boost starts to taper. So it's a big misconception that running more pk boost on stock turbo helps at the track.
Just do a 3rd gear pull starting below 3k rpm and log boost. Only if you were under boosting then that you should switch to hwg.
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Old 03-16-2014, 09:07 PM   #34
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You won't hit pk boost if you were over ~4800rpm or so because boost starts to taper. So it's a big misconception that running more pk boost on stock turbo helps at the track.
Just do a 3rd gear pull starting below 3k rpm and log boost. Only if you were under boosting then that you should switch to hwg.
yeah i noticed that, im on the torqued performance map now though and all my logs seem to be on point.
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