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Old 08-23-2013, 04:39 PM   #826
manitou
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Location: Cedar, MI HP Techs MPS-SSLR2.5
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Add me please. I posted a while back.

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Vehicle:2006 XTI
Motor:HP Techs, MPS SS LR 2.5
Turbo:Blouch 3.5XTR, 8cm HS
Boost:25 psi
Transmission:2007 STI 6 speed
Redline:8000/ revved to 7600
Upgrades:
[*]HP Tech's big valve, PnP'd, cammed D25 heads[*]Killer B Holy Header w/ custom Tial MVR up pipe[*]Custom 3" Exhaust w/ 1 3/4" Supertrapp muffler EWG exhaust[*]Walbro 465 hard wired FP[*]Perrin TF fuel rails[*]Aeromotive 1000 FPR, 55 psi base[*]ID 1000 injectors[*]ETS TMIC[*]PnP's STI intake, TB[*]Custom 3" Vibrant SRI in customized closed Cobb box[*]Cobb AP SD tuned by Junior2JZ, E85


I ran a log on 4/2/13 and posted a VD graph of it on my thread. I decided to VD graph just the 50-100 mph portion of the log based on my MFactory gear calculations for speed/ rpm's/ gear's. Here is a link to the full pull VD graph.
http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show...2480570&page=3

Here is my 50-100 mph time based on this portion of the 3rd gear log.

Here is the VD time/ rpm graph

Weight: Full Stock Weight for an XTI+ driver (it's not at all a stock FXT) probably 3600 lbs. with all the crap I had in it not including me!
50-100MPH: 4.19sec
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Old 10-28-2013, 03:18 PM   #827
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Not sure if any of you still follows this thread but I figured I would post this up
2007 sti
built engine (tuned by Dave Brown)- performance auto solutions Deer park NY
turbo: 1.5xtr 10cm IWG
ETS top mount
invidia race elh
indicated 3/4 fuel
63* outside temp
235/45/17 michelin ss 25.4 diameter (gps said 102-103 at an indicated 100mph speedo

Dont know if I should start the clock at 48 mph and end at 98 ? or if that even makes a difference with the tall tires..
Either way approx 3.6 seconds


A little hard to see with the sun glare but, but i have vid with my friend in the car that did 3.7..
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Old 10-28-2013, 03:23 PM   #828
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wow that thing is moving. what fuel are you using and what is your motor build if you don't mind asking.
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Old 10-28-2013, 03:27 PM   #829
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e85 but i didnt test it
I checked with a stop watch but maybe the OP can get us a more accurate time

Heads are ported with gsc stage 1 cams
compression is 8.66:1
also has a custom 64mm TB
stock sleeves as this car only has 24k miles on it
And the typical internal upgrades
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Old 10-28-2013, 05:09 PM   #830
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e85 but i didnt test it
I checked with a stop watch but maybe the OP can get us a more accurate time

Heads are ported with gsc stage 1 cams
compression is 8.66:1
also has a custom 64mm TB
stock sleeves as this car only has 24k miles on it
And the typical internal upgrades
Must be running some major boost.

Edit: here's a timeslip (post 583) which seems to match nicely up with your figures. 29psi on race gas and into the tens.

http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show...442838&page=24
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Old 10-28-2013, 05:32 PM   #831
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boost is 24psi tapering to 22
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Old 10-30-2013, 03:59 PM   #832
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boost is 24psi tapering to 22
I'm definitely getting me one of those.
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Old 11-01-2013, 05:45 PM   #833
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New video with VF52 installed...



Vehicle: 2009 FXT Limited
Motor: Bone stock EJ255
Turbo: VF52
Boost: 23psi peak tapering to 17psi by redline
Transmission: Bone stock 4EAT
Redline: 6500rpm
Upgrades: 2012 STI struts, springs, and rear sway bar, 2011 STI wheels and tires, Motorsport-Tech wheel adapters, Megan Racing catless downpipe, SPT catback, Hallman MBC, Walbro 255, DW1000cc injectors, and E85....thats it...

Weight: 3653lbs including driver
50-100mph time: 6.27 sec

didn't fully launch it, have a slight leak at the uppipe to turbo gasket, and was only about 90% done tuning it, but figured it was close enough to get a quick video...


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Old 04-22-2014, 03:45 PM   #834
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Anyone still testing there 50-100mph times, since this thread has been used in several months. Also would 60-120mph be more ideal?
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Old 04-22-2014, 03:48 PM   #835
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Anyone still testing there 50-100mph times, since this thread has been used in several months. Also would 60-120mph be more ideal?
I haven't done any with my new car, but I still do check the thread once in a while. 60-130mph (approx 100-200kmh) is the standard for most lists, but on a 300HP car it isn't very easy to do pulls to 130mph. On 500 to 600+ HP cars it's a much better metric but for slow Subaru's the 50-100mph works well.
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Old 04-22-2014, 06:18 PM   #836
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And if you're gonna be a jackass on public highways, be a safer jackass and do 50-100. Not everyone has the real estate to do proper 60-130mph pulls.
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Old 04-23-2014, 04:26 PM   #837
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that lol ^
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Old 05-06-2014, 10:37 AM   #838
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I came across these articles and added a new leader to the production car list. The McLaren P1. This car appears to be extremely fast! 150mph traps from a stock, production car is incredible.

http://www.motortrend.com/roadtests/...on_car_record/
http://wot.motortrend.com/1403_9_gee...claren_p1.html



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Year	Make		Model		Price		LBS	HP	TQ	50-100	0-100	0-60	1/4 ET	1/4MPH	L	Cylinders
2014	McLaren		P1 		$1,150,000	3303	903	664	2.7	4.7	2.6	9.8	148.9	3.8	V8
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Old 07-27-2014, 07:35 PM   #839
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Vehicle: 2013 WRX
Motor: 2.5L Stock
Turbo: VF52 (for now )
Boost: 22psi
Transmission: Stock 5 Speed
Redline: 6800rpm
Fuel: E85
Upgrades:
  • K&N Typhoon CAI
  • Grimmspeed EBCS
  • RacerX FMIC
  • TSUDO Catless Downpipe (DEI Heat Wrapped)
  • AP Equal Length Headers
  • ID1000s
  • DW65C FP
  • Forge V1 BPV (yellow spring)
  • NGK One Step Colder Plugs
  • Stock Catback
Weight: Full Stock Weight + Driver
50-100MPH: 6.247sec

Romraider Log

You can see the FFS in the log around 94 mph...which seems to have saved about two tenth of a second. Did this recently when it was around 80 outside.

Sayonara Synolimit! JK!!!

Custom tuned by Eric at Torqued Performance

Last edited by krisk; Yesterday at 09:48 PM. Reason: Fix link to log...
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Old 07-27-2014, 08:08 PM   #840
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Quote:
Originally Posted by krisk View Post
Vehicle: 2013 WRX
Motor: 2.5L Stock
Turbo: VF52 (for now )
Boost: 22psi
Transmission: Stock 5 Speed
Redline: 6800rpm
Fuel: E85
Upgrades:
  • K&N Typhoon CAI
  • Grimmspeed EBCS
  • RacerX FMIC
  • TSUDO Catless Downpipe (DEI Heat Wrapped)
  • AP Equal Length Headers
  • ID1000s
  • DW65C FP
  • Forge V1 BPV (yellow spring)
  • NGK One Step Colder Plugs
  • Stock Catback
Weight: Full Stock Weight + Driver
50-100MPH: 6.247sec

Romraider Log

You can see the FFS in the log around 94 mph...which seems to have saved about two tenth of a second. Did this recently when it was around 80 outside.

Sayonara Synolimit! JK!!!

Custom tuned by Eric at Torqued Performance
Cheater.
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