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Old 09-05-2013, 01:04 AM   #26
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I managed to do a test dig tonight actually. First launch I have done on the new tune. Went down to mexico

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Hell ya man. We need to sick subaru's to rep at the next tx2k event. I been working on my sti as well. Shooting for 800whp+ and taking down to tx2k14.
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Old 09-05-2013, 11:31 PM   #27
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Very Nice to see you got this taken care of.

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The hp jump from 5500rpm to 6500rpm is bonkers. What, like 400hp? Cray cray!
Yeah it is pretty fun when the power all comes in at once.

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Video looks nice.....
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Just saw this post. The car ran a peak of 25.5 psi fading down to around 22 to 23 at power peak. It uses an AEM 3.5 bar map sensor that is accurate and calibrated. I rolled the throttle out up top and detuned this car to 654 because he has one fuel pump and a stock location oil pump. IDC was 85% and Oil pressure needle was shaking back and forth at 8000.

This car has BIG tube headers, BIG tube intake manifold, BIG header ports and BIG cams and BIG 6466 which all hurt midrange and low end and help top end. So that is what the car has. Top end power and no midrange power. However, At 22 psi, I think that is a pretty good number.
This ^^ I built the car for top end power with no regard to drivability. Daily driving is what the Sentra is for.


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Looks like it is a hard charger, nicely done~
Yeah it gets down pretty well now.

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what are you using the car for? It doesn't crack 200whp until 5500 rpms. I'm sure it's fun on a track but doesn't seem too streetable.

Your car sure looks good!!
I built the car for drag racing, but would like to eventually set it up for time attack or hill climb.

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Hell ya man. We need to sick subaru's to rep at the next tx2k event. I been working on my sti as well. Shooting for 800whp+ and taking down to tx2k14.
That's the goal. Hopefully we'll see each other there!
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Old 09-05-2013, 11:48 PM   #28
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Wow, sounds ****ing wicked. You should bring it out to the westside Sunday meet sometime.
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Old 09-06-2013, 02:11 AM   #29
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Wow, sounds ****ing wicked. You should bring it out to the westside Sunday meet sometime.
I actually came out there once like two months ago.
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Old 09-06-2013, 03:27 AM   #30
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Nice, which bearings are you running? Std hx on the rods? Those cams go good to like 9500rpm iirc. Deff a drag cam could use slightly more lift less duration but its a off the shelf cam so.

Like to see the car on c16 if he keeps a single pump.
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Old 09-06-2013, 05:43 PM   #31
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Nice, which bearings are you running? Std hx on the rods? Those cams go good to like 9500rpm iirc. Deff a drag cam could use slightly more lift less duration but its a off the shelf cam so.

Like to see the car on c16 if he keeps a single pump.
These are the newer S3s which are already like 11.5mm of lift. I will be doing the second pump in the future so I probably won't waste time on a c16 tune.
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Old 09-06-2013, 06:25 PM   #32
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When did the newer s3s come out? I got a set few months back
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Old 09-06-2013, 06:28 PM   #33
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When did the newer s3s come out? I got a set few months back
I honestly couldn't even tell you when they came out. I had a set of the original S3s that were defective and ground themselves down. The ones they were replaced with had more lift.
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Old 09-08-2013, 04:27 AM   #34
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These are the newer S3s which are already like 11.5mm of lift. I will be doing the second pump in the future so I probably won't waste time on a c16 tune.
Oh cool did they do the same with the s2? You didn't mention your bearing clearances. Just curious since your spinning to 8k an I'm sure plans for 9k?
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Old 09-13-2013, 11:45 AM   #35
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Oh cool did they do the same with the s2? You didn't mention your bearing clearances. Just curious since your spinning to 8k an I'm sure plans for 9k?
I think the S3s were the only cams to receive an update.

Honestly I'm not sure what they clearanced the bearings at. I can ask them. I don't really think I would run it past 8.5k.
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Old 09-13-2013, 12:37 PM   #36
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This car has BIG tube headers, BIG tube intake manifold, BIG header ports and BIG cams and BIG 6466 which all hurt midrange and low end and help top end. So that is what the car has. Top end power and no midrange power. However, At 22 psi, I think that is a pretty good number.
Sick car and fantastic results for such low boost. Obviously the parts listed above help with the upper rpm power.

Do you think perhaps some things are too "big"? Flow is great but I would think there is a point where you're just slowing the exhaust pulses down while no longer making gains (referring to the exhaust manifold specifically). Also I would think the GSC S3 cams would be for an application expected to rev beyond 9k? Do you think some S2's would lose much power compared to the S3's at this rpm and power level?

Obviously if the OP is perfectly happy none of this really matters. Again the car is sick and can't argue with a 650whp Subaru. I'm just wondering if the power band can be widened while not losing too much in the top end with a different cam selection and/or maybe exhaust manifold.
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Old 09-13-2013, 01:10 PM   #37
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Saw this car at the pavilions the other night. Its very nice
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Old 09-13-2013, 01:15 PM   #38
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A wider power band will not help drag times. This car needs an external oil pump so the engine can be tuned to higher rpm.

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Sick car and fantastic results for such low boost. Obviously the parts listed above help with the upper rpm power.

Do you think perhaps some things are too "big"? Flow is great but I would think there is a point where you're just slowing the exhaust pulses down while no longer making gains (referring to the exhaust manifold specifically). Also I would think the GSC S3 cams would be for an application expected to rev beyond 9k? Do you think some S2's would lose much power compared to the S3's at this rpm and power level?

Obviously if the OP is perfectly happy none of this really matters. Again the car is sick and can't argue with a 650whp Subaru. I'm just wondering if the power band can be widened while not losing too much in the top end with a different cam selection and/or maybe exhaust manifold.
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Old 09-13-2013, 01:25 PM   #39
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what are you using the car for? It doesn't crack 200whp until 5500 rpms. I'm sure it's fun on a track but doesn't seem too streetable.

Your car sure looks good!!
That's the same question that i have. I have a 650 whp 2jz Supra and the power comes on around 4000 rpm (full boost at 4500) but it tachs out at 8000.
I found that car to be a struggle to drive around town since it doesn't have much bottom end, how do you cope with this with your ride?
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This is how he "copes"

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That's the same question that i have. I have a 650 whp 2jz Supra and the power comes on around 4000 rpm (full boost at 4500) but it tachs out at 8000.
I found that car to be a struggle to drive around town since it doesn't have much bottom end, how do you cope with this with your ride?

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Old 09-13-2013, 02:54 PM   #41
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A wider power band will not help drag times. This car needs an external oil pump so the engine can be tuned to higher rpm.
Thanks for the response Clark. I agree top-end power will get you though the traps quicker and faster. I personally think a little midrange will help get it off the line and sustain boost between shifts. I didn't realize this was a drag purpose build.

Can't wait to see more oil pressure, 8500rpms and some slips!
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Old 09-13-2013, 03:42 PM   #42
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The looking gears would definitely help this thing move in a straight line
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Old 09-13-2013, 03:47 PM   #43
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Badass Build bro!! goodluck!!
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Old 09-13-2013, 09:43 PM   #44
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Sick car and fantastic results for such low boost. Obviously the parts listed above help with the upper rpm power.

Do you think perhaps some things are too "big"? Flow is great but I would think there is a point where you're just slowing the exhaust pulses down while no longer making gains (referring to the exhaust manifold specifically). Also I would think the GSC S3 cams would be for an application expected to rev beyond 9k? Do you think some S2's would lose much power compared to the S3's at this rpm and power level?

Obviously if the OP is perfectly happy none of this really matters. Again the car is sick and can't argue with a 650whp Subaru. I'm just wondering if the power band can be widened while not losing too much in the top end with a different cam selection and/or maybe exhaust manifold.
I was looking to make top end power exclusively. I have the Sentra as a daily for that reason so I do not have to worry about sacrifices. Any sacrifice to top end power is not worth the sacrifice. It actually feels pretty nice driving around on the street.

I plan to make more power in the future.

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Saw this car at the pavilions the other night. Its very nice
Thank you sir

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A wider power band will not help drag times. This car needs an external oil pump so the engine can be tuned to higher rpm.
^^ This along with a second fuel pump and A1000 FPR

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That's the same question that i have. I have a 650 whp 2jz Supra and the power comes on around 4000 rpm (full boost at 4500) but it tachs out at 8000.
I found that car to be a struggle to drive around town since it doesn't have much bottom end, how do you cope with this with your ride?
It really is not all that bad. I think it has really good street manners compared to a lot of other high HP cars I have driven. I attribute this mainly to Clarks tuning ability.

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This ones better. A heads, cam, intake C6 Z06 that made 570 whp. Filmed in Mexico of course.


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Thanks for the response Clark. I agree top-end power will get you though the traps quicker and faster. I personally think a little midrange will help get it off the line and sustain boost between shifts. I didn't realize this was a drag purpose build.

Can't wait to see more oil pressure, 8500rpms and some slips!
It is not necessarily a drag specific built, but I do enjoy the drag racing aspects more so than anything else. I currently launch the car at 7k rpm so I do not think I am really losing any 60 foot time from lack of power. If anything, I am having a hard time with traction. I spin a lot in first and partway into second. Along with the external oil pump, I will be doing drag radials.

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The looking gears would definitely help this thing move in a straight line
Looking gears? Not sure what you meant, but I was entertained nonetheless.

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Thanks man!
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Old 09-13-2013, 10:08 PM   #45
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Longer gears, sorry
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Longer gears, sorry
I might eventually do the 07 STi gear stack, but that might not even be enough.
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Old 09-13-2013, 10:34 PM   #48
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Bye Bye Z06! Did he hit the go peddle? haha

BTW, your car sounds great. Now you just need to rev it out and extend that PB FAR RIGHT!!

How does she feel off boost?
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Old 09-13-2013, 10:35 PM   #49
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I might eventually do the 07 STi gear stack, but that might not even be enough.
I'd do the Leggy spec b gears if you're going to upgrade with all of your power. I'm sure Fuji will agree with that!
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I'd do the Leggy spec b gears if you're going to upgrade with all of your power. I'm sure Fuji will agree with that!
That is the right answer! We recommend that to all of our customers who are wanting to be a street beast. We run that gear set in the "bullet." Run that 4th gear out to 9000rpms!
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