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Old 07-17-2006, 10:21 PM   #1
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Im planning to buy an accessport soon, and eventually get a protune when I do a 16G Upgrade, but I was wondering about everyone elses numbers.

Post If :

1. You use an Accessport, weather protuned or not.

And if you guys want your supporting mods and turbo choice.

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Old 07-17-2006, 10:26 PM   #2
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stock td04 turbo
txs stealthback catless
helix upppipe
prodrive axleback
samco i/c hoses
cobb accessport 93 oct map

235whp/235wtq
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Old 07-17-2006, 10:39 PM   #3
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^^^Good numbers - Protuned or no?
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Old 07-17-2006, 10:45 PM   #4
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oh i forgot. no its a off the shelf map.

ill have new numbers soon when i go vf34.
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Old 07-17-2006, 10:46 PM   #5
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pointless thread, make great power with ap and retain stock drivability/knock correction
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Old 07-17-2006, 10:59 PM   #6
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402whp and 382wtq @24psi

bolt-on gt30r hybrid
fmic
860cc injectors
255lph fuel pump
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check any of my posts on www.iwsti.com for everthing else.
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Old 07-18-2006, 12:24 AM   #7
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02 WRX
238whp / 239wtq
Stage 2 93 oct off-the-shelf map
(regular supporting mods + uppipe)

(same) 02 WRX
VF39, STi pinks, fuel pump + stage 2 parts
Protuned
269whp / 250wtq

04 STi
No dyno numbers yet
best time of 12.8 @ 106 so far
AP, catless downpipe, stock catback, K&N typhoon, Stage 2 93 oct. map
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Old 07-18-2006, 12:25 AM   #8
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02 WRX
238whp / 239wtq
Stage 2 93 oct off-the-shelf map
(regular supporting mods + uppipe)

(same) 02 WRX
VF39, STi pinks, fuel pump + stage 2 parts
Protuned
269whp / 250wtq

04 STi
No dyno numbers yet
best time of 12.8 @ 106 so far
AP, catless downpipe, stock catback, K&N typhoon, Stage 2 93 oct. map
did you feel the jump to vf39 was a huge improvement?
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Old 07-18-2006, 12:32 AM   #9
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did you feel the jump to vf39 was a huge improvement?
Well, it was a trade off. Top-end was improved hugely. Car hit hard once the turbo kicked in. It sacrificed low-end. Honestly, the stage 2 was a better daily driver because of how early and fast the TD04 spooled up. The TD04 curve was more of a gradual curve up and down, whereas the VF39 hung low and then spiked around 3700rpms and held and eventually dropped off. So, really, it's what you're using it for.



There's a dyno sheet of the stage 2 vs. VF39. The stage 2 is the darker blue (torque), and solid red (hp). VF39 is the pink (hp) and light blue (tq). You can see the difference @ 3000rpms - the TD04 was putting down about 210wtq, whereas the VF39 was 150wtq. It wasn't until around 3800 or so that the VF39 hit hard. For the money, it was a good turbo upgrade that sacrificed a little bit of daily drivability for top-end power.
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Old 07-18-2006, 12:35 AM   #10
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thanks for the info. i got one for really cheaP and i know i can resell it and make a profit. im thinking of going vf34 since i plan to just use the vf34 cobb ots map. ideally the vf34 is the correct turbo for the map. the reason is because im not looking to get a tune.
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Old 07-18-2006, 02:04 PM   #11
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hi guys
05 sti

access port pro tune
perrin fmic
perrin 816cc injectors
perrin crank pulley
helix turbo back
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turbo xs intake
walbro 255
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i have 344whp 378tq don't belive be ask hill from agile he tuned it
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Old 07-19-2006, 08:35 AM   #12
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Nice numbers everyone.

Stisam80 I have to ask though, how are the Helix Exhausts as far as fitment goes? Im thinking of picking up their titanium cat back, but the only thing that holds me back is my uncertainty of fitment, did your TBE fit half decently ?

Sorry for being off topic, but I wasn't going to start a thread about this, I just wanted to ask someone that already had a Helix Exhaust.
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Old 07-19-2006, 11:12 AM   #13
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Copy/Paste from my other post ... Car ran a 13.249 @ 102.22 last year while Stage2, then ran a 13.292 @ 103.32 this year on the Pro-tuned map ... It's got more in it, just needs a better driver and perfect weather ...
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Edit: Forgot the mods ... PDE Flex type UP, TXS TBE, Cobb AP and recently a set of Samco's ...

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Old 07-19-2006, 05:58 PM   #14
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04 STI stock block, cams and heads. Stock transmission.

398 WHP and 426 WTQ.

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APS SR55
APS 65mm CAI
APS DR725 FMIC
APS 3.5" exhaust, really loud!
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22 PSI on 93 octane fuel with no meth or alky. My AFR was 11 to 1 at redline. Thick lines are the Cobb AP tune vs thin lines are my old UTEC tune
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Old 07-19-2006, 06:08 PM   #15
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Since we're on the topic, will accessport work with any subaru ecu?

also one idea i had with the accessport is the idea of having several maps on it. One for max hp and another one for economy. Does it switch that easily?
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Old 07-20-2006, 02:31 AM   #16
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Since we're on the topic, will accessport work with any subaru ecu?

also one idea i had with the accessport is the idea of having several maps on it. One for max hp and another one for economy. Does it switch that easily?

no it won't work with any ECU, and kinda - it takes ~5 min to reflash the base map
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Well, it was a trade off. Top-end was improved hugely. Car hit hard once the turbo kicked in. It sacrificed low-end. Honestly, the stage 2 was a better daily driver because of how early and fast the TD04 spooled up. The TD04 curve was more of a gradual curve up and down, whereas the VF39 hung low and then spiked around 3700rpms and held and eventually dropped off. So, really, it's what you're using it for.
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yeah seriously, no kidding. Now that my wrx has a 2.5l and I have an evo, I finally realize how much suck the 2.0l was... you have to keep the stock turbo to be daily drivable in and out of traffic with good low end response - but then even maxing out the stock turbo you get no power. Trade in for a 2006 wrx asap!
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Yeah hence why I'm driving an STi now instead. Love the daily driveability... esp. at Stage 2 and my meth kit just about done.
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Old 07-20-2006, 10:47 AM   #19
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wow Defiantspaz that is a pretty impressive power curve, all your torque is coming before 4k thats awsome. Thats what my stock tdo4 feels like, no power till 4k. Do you think the 3.5inch exhaust help spool the bigger turbo??
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Old 07-20-2006, 11:38 AM   #20
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I'm uncertain if I understand the way that the Cobb AP works, it just allows the user to tune the stock ECU correct? Is the AP a good ECU upgrade if your goin for a full blown build up? (i.e 500whp setup) Just to make sure you can get it custom tuned right?


Defiant, your car seems like it hits full boost relatively quick and pushes some good numbers, any plans on pushin more boost outta that sucka?
looked kinda like at 6800 rpms it still had some more it wanted to put out.

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Old 07-20-2006, 05:02 PM   #21
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wow Defiantspaz that is a pretty impressive power curve, all your torque is coming before 4k thats awsome. Thats what my stock tdo4 feels like, no power till 4k. Do you think the 3.5inch exhaust help spool the bigger turbo??
If you look at the sheet the Cobb AP made a big difference in how my STI made power. The only thing that was changed on my car from the thin lines to the thick lines on the dyno sheet was removing the UTEC (thin lines) and installing Cobb AP (thick lines).

I think the total package of parts combined with great tuning is what really made the power.
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I'm uncertain if I understand the way that the Cobb AP works, it just allows the user to tune the stock ECU correct? Is the AP a good ECU upgrade if your goin for a full blown build up? (i.e 500whp setup) Just to make sure you can get it custom tuned right?


Defiant, your car seems like it hits full boost relatively quick and pushes some good numbers, any plans on pushin more boost outta that sucka?
looked kinda like at 6800 rpms it still had some more it wanted to put out.
When my car was being tuned with the SR55 I hit a wall during tuning. I never maxed out my MAF voltage but I did max out my grams of air per second metering which was holding me back from making the power I wanted. Tony at XX reset the values with the Cobb AP and continued making power. The Cobb AP's only short coming is it doesn't have a tip in chart for injectors larger that 860cc, unless Cobb has released some new software that I am not aware of.

Unfortunately during a spirited merge bargaining episode my wastegate house split and I spiked to 28 PSI. 28 PSI when you are running 93 octane fuel and tuned for 22 PSI is not a good thing. I stretched the hell out of my head bolts and started to push oil out of my BOV, but damn the car was FAST pushing 28 PSI!

Caplin 2.5, I am definitly going to be pushing very close to 30 PSI with the new turbo setup and 2.?L motor.

I will post my results when we are done with the break in and final tune
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Im going next month to get tuned with:

AP
Helix Catted Downpipe
My own catback
Tial Bov (i know, my shops a dealer and it was very cheap)
Hopefully an aquamist kit if i can afford it by then.
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Hope to hit 315ish without the water/meth kit
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Harman made some GT35R with AP all 400 + on 91 i believe.
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When my car was being tuned with the SR55 I hit a wall during tuning. I never maxed out my MAF voltage but I did max out my grams of air per second metering which was holding me back from making the power I wanted. Tony at XX reset the values with the Cobb AP and continued making power. The Cobb AP's only short coming is it doesn't have a tip in chart for injectors larger that 860cc, unless Cobb has released some new software that I am not aware of.

Unfortunately during a spirited merge bargaining episode my wastegate house split and I spiked to 28 PSI. 28 PSI when you are running 93 octane fuel and tuned for 22 PSI is not a good thing. I stretched the hell out of my head bolts and started to push oil out of my BOV, but damn the car was FAST pushing 28 PSI!

Caplin 2.5, I am definitly going to be pushing very close to 30 PSI with the new turbo setup and 2.?L motor.

I will post my results when we are done with the break in and final tune

Oh man looks like you've had some problems. Thats kinda cool that you hit 28 though haha musta been reallyyyyy quick. Something along the lines of a 2.5-2.8 would be decent to push a big turbo and high boost like that. It seems liek the Cobb AP isn't a really good ecu then for a high boost build up.
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