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Old 02-28-2014, 09:08 PM   #551
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Pro tune catted invidia down pipe. I am in Houston.
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Old 02-28-2014, 09:16 PM   #552
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does catless or catted matter?
I know people say catless makes more power, is it a lot more?
Yeah, it doesn't make much of a difference, maybe 5-10whp.
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Old 03-01-2014, 12:31 AM   #553
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My advice if you want real power real cheap is this:

1- find out if you can get e85 regularly in your area, if so you're golden. Injectors, pump and a tune will get you more power than you can handle on the road for under a grand.

2- if you can't get e85 and still want stupid power you'll need a turbo upgrade. This means injectors, inter cooler, downpipes a turbo and a tune. This will cost about 3 grand.

You'll need a couple minor little bits like boost controllers but that's the simple, "get stupid power you'll never really use on the road" guide.
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Old 03-01-2014, 12:49 AM   #554
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Buy a different car. You are looking at 40-60k in mods and questionable reliability.
I've seen a build hit that horsepower for about $30-35k. You will need a fully built block, upgraded/modified heads, modified intake and exhaust valves, rotated gt35r, fmic, injectors, fuel pump, fuel rail top feed conversation, etc. As far as reliability is concerned, just because you're making huge power doesn't mean it can't be reliable... To a certain extent. Contact Maxwell Power Services if you want the best built blocks.
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Old 03-01-2014, 01:20 AM   #555
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I've seen a build hit that horsepower for about $30-35k. You will need a fully built block, upgraded/modified heads, modified intake and exhaust valves, rotated gt35r, fmic, injectors, fuel pump, fuel rail top feed conversation, etc. As far as reliability is concerned, just because you're making huge power doesn't mean it can't be reliable... To a certain extent. Contact Maxwell Power Services if you want the best built blocks.
I still say it will be more than that. Regardless, I have yet to see anything in that power range that would be considered "reliable".
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Old 03-01-2014, 10:10 PM   #556
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I still say it will be more than that. Regardless, I have yet to see anything in that power range that would be considered "reliable".
Werd. When my old STi blew a tuner offered to 'build' it. I'm glad I didn't do it now... whole nother can of worms unless you've got deep pockets.
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Old 03-27-2014, 04:46 AM   #557
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What do you think I will hit when I finally get on the Dyno (mustang).

MY06 STi
KS Tech 83mm Type 2
Perrin 3in Turbo Inlet
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Process West Intercooler w/splitter
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Car is getting suspension mods at the moment, but what am I missing. I would like to be around the 400hp level safely. What do you think?
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Old 04-06-2014, 06:36 PM   #558
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We don't guess dyno numbers.
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Old 04-06-2014, 11:12 PM   #559
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I will post it when I get it. And the thread title implies that you do guess
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Old 04-14-2014, 09:35 PM   #560
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Great post!
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Old 05-04-2014, 02:54 PM   #561
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Old 05-07-2014, 03:35 PM   #562
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Below you see what i have already: the shop i bought the car from said it makes 300hp at the crank on pro-street tune with 1.5 psi over stock. Could this be an accurate number?

What would i need to do to get 300-330 hp at the wheels?

Located DFW Texas
93 pump gas
mustang dyno

2005 subaru baja Turbo Ej255 automatic
cobb intake and MAF
no cats
up-pipe
downpipe
turbo is aftermarket without but looks stock size.
sti injectors
some type of upgraded oil pump (i'll have to check the spec sheet)
hardened crossdrilled crank
arp headstuds
sti heads
sti rods
sti lifters
sti injectors

car runs quick but would love a little more out of it. i hear the auto-tranny is reliable to 400hp

my thoughts are i will need a bigger turbo (blouch td05 18g or td05 20g-xt), fmic and a re-tune.

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Old 08-17-2014, 03:58 PM   #563
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Old 10-24-2014, 08:03 PM   #564
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Wow. Answered so many questions I didn't even know I had questions about haha
That's some really great info. I'll be sure to take that into account!
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Old 11-10-2014, 12:10 AM   #565
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I'll put it up for a little while.
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Old 11-16-2014, 12:15 AM   #566
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Now I know what I can take note of when I consider my goals for the future.
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Old 11-16-2014, 06:24 AM   #567
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Default what im looking for on a dyno

I want to reach 300 hp at the crank

im shooting for 300 hp on a dyno jet

3. Its in Kansas city don't know the name of the shop the guy I bought my Subaru from he take all of his subarus there and he told me they will take care of me

4. I live in Kansas city MO If

5. I will be using 93 octane (octane level)

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3' catback exaust
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Old 11-16-2014, 06:52 AM   #568
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Car is stock 2014 WRX gonna spoil her for Christmas.

1. I want to reach 350 WTQ 350 WHP

2. Dynajet not 100%

3.yimisport

4. I live in Southern California dyno is at sea level

5. E85- 91

6. I'm brand new to modding so I will be listening to my tuner. I'm all about that early spool (at the moment)

Thanks for the help in advance

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Old 01-07-2015, 03:22 AM   #569
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Hey new here.
Looking for some opinions.

2006 sti

1. I'd like to hopefully hit 320 whp.

2. Mustang dyno

3. Good speed phx az. Clark tuner

4. Phoenix AZ sea level

5. 91 octane (az, cal, NV **** gas)

Mods are as followed
Cobb intake and box
No name turbo inlet
Invidia divorced waste gate DP no cat
Invidia exhaust race series no cats
Perrin up pipe
Mishimoto 3 core radiator
Mishimoto intercooler hose kit
Turbo smart recirculating bov
Grimmspeed boost solinoid
Fuel pressure regulator
Accessport v3
Ptp turbo blanky
Cobb heat shield
Stock top mount
Stock turbo and injectors.
Walbro 255 fuel pump
Stickers (+5 hp per sticker)

I know I'll be pretty much maxing out both injectors and turbo. So I'm not sure if my goal is achievable but I've read of people doing it. My engine isn't very tired. 62k miles
I get tuned in a month, appointment has been made and deposit paid.

Let me know of any recommendations to hit my goal (besides turbo, injectors, e85) just small stuff that won't break the bank.

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Old 01-07-2015, 03:45 AM   #570
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Hey new here.
Looking for some opinions.

2006 sti

1. I'd like to hopefully hit 320 whp.

2. Mustang dyno

3. Good speed phx az. Clark tuner

4. Phoenix AZ sea level

5. 91 octane (az, cal, NV **** gas)

Mods are as followed
Cobb intake and box
No name turbo inlet
Invidia divorced waste gate DP no cat
Invidia exhaust race series no cats
Perrin up pipe
Mishimoto 3 core radiator
Mishimoto intercooler hose kit
Turbo smart recirculating bov
Grimmspeed boost solinoid
Fuel pressure regulator
Accessport v3
Ptp turbo blanky
Cobb heat shield
Stock top mount
Stock turbo and injectors.
Walbro 255 fuel pump
Stickers (+5 hp per sticker)

I know I'll be pretty much maxing out both injectors and turbo. So I'm not sure if my goal is achievable but I've read of people doing it. My engine isn't very tired. 62k miles
I get tuned in a month, appointment has been made and deposit paid.

Let me know of any recommendations to hit my goal (besides turbo, injectors, e85) just small stuff that won't break the bank.

Thank you
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Turbo, injectors, and E85. You won't come close to your goal. Change your goal or change your turbo, injectors and possibly fuel. Call Clark Tuner and see what it takes to hit 320whp there. You can bolt on anything you want, but your turbo and especially injectors are maxed out.

Dude, you can even check Goodspeed's website and look at dyno graphs. To hit 320whp on 91 octane you would need a gt30. Not a vf39.... http://www.goodspeedperformance.com/...rin%20gt30.pdf

You might hit 270whp. Maybe. http://www.goodspeedperformance.com/...4st%20vf39.pdf

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Old 01-07-2015, 08:21 AM   #571
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Turbo, injectors, and E85. You won't come close to your goal. Change your goal or change your turbo, injectors and possibly fuel. Call Clark Tuner and see what it takes to hit 320whp there. You can bolt on anything you want, but your turbo and especially injectors are maxed out.

Dude, you can even check Goodspeed's website and look at dyno graphs. To hit 320whp on 91 octane you would need a gt30. Not a vf39.... http://www.goodspeedperformance.com/...rin%20gt30.pdf

You might hit 270whp. Maybe. http://www.goodspeedperformance.com/...4st%20vf39.pdf
Yes I've seen those dyno sheets but I've also seen higher hp numbers on there and on here. So I was curious if anyone here has hit anywhere close to those numbers I'm looking for with a mustang dyno. I will be eventually doing the turbo and injectors and water meth. Not e85 (can't get it up here)

And I'll probably be getting the gt30 as well. I feel like that's a pretty big turbo to only make less 100whp then stock. But oh well.

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Old 01-07-2015, 01:02 PM   #572
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Yeah, that's a true heartbreaker of a dyno. I'm not sure how much boost rey were running with those gt30 or what size they were either. Could be an old school 3071.
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Old 02-12-2015, 11:14 PM   #573
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