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Old 04-19-2016, 12:23 PM   #1
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Member#: 272928
Join Date: Feb 2011
Chapter/Region: South East
Location: West Palm Beach
2016 WRX Limited

Default Myst3k's 2016 WRX

Hi All,

Just wanted to share my baby! I had some trouble with installing things due to fitment issues but after trial and error all have been resolved. This was my first time trying to get all of this done on my own but had to bring to the local tuner to help out on a few occasions.

Currently E-Tune by BrenTuning, my local tuner had it up to 289 on the Dynojet, then had BrenTuning E-Tune it, and it got some more power.

First issue I ran into was installing the fuel pump, there were no car specific instructions, and after I took out the stock fuel pump, decided it would not fit and put it all back together. Emailed the manufacturer and they had a pdf that said to cut off a big piece on the stock fuel pump to get it installed. Has been working fine since.

The next piece was the FMIC did not fit exactly so had to use a dremel to make make the mounting hole a little bit wider to bolt up after being on the phone with ETS.

After the FMIC was installed I had a big boost leak so I took it all apart and make sure everything was correct. Ended up bringing to the tuner, and the flange which attaches to the turbo was causing the leak. They used a double gasket and some sealant to close this up.

With the FMIC on my temp's were reaching around 220F without even opening up, and going up to 225F only getting on it a little. I live in Florida so its pretty hot here normally, I got the Perrin Oil Cooler hoping it would fit in-between the large core and radiator. This one I brought to the shop to have installed and they did a great job putting it in.

And my last item was the Mishimoto Catch Can did not fit over the battery which it was designed for since the intercooler piping was in the way. I found a good spot on the left to mount it utilizing the intake airbox, and acquired some silicone tubing to re-route.

Performance / 93 Octane Only
  • Cobb Accessport
  • Cobb Tuning J-Pipe
  • Invidia N1 Dual Exhaust
  • Torque Solution TGV Delete
  • Deatschwerks DW300 Fuel Pump
  • Mishimoto Performance Air Intake
  • Grimmspeed EBCS
  • Mishimoto Baffled Oil Catch Can
  • ETS FMIC 4" Core
  • Boomba Short Throw Shifter / Transmission Plate
  • Perrin Shift Stop / Shift Bushing Kit
  • Perrin Transmission Mount / Engine Mount / Pitch Stop Mount
  • Perrin Crank Pulley / Water Pump Pulley

Waiting to be Installed
  • Clutch Masters Chromoly Steel Lightweight Flywheel
  • Clutch Masters FX250 Clutch

Sound Upgrades
  • Stock Deck to miniDSP C-DSP with 7 channels out 4 Front, 2 Rear, Subwoofer
  • KnuKonceptz Kolossus Flex 0 OFC to the back
  • KnuKoncepts 12GA to all speakers
  • Custom PVC Speaker Adapaters
  • Front: Morel Virtus 602 6 1/2
  • Rear: Hybrid Audio Mirus M61-2
  • Subwoofer: Kicker Kicker VS12L72
  • Front Amp: FPP-4100 / Bi-Amp with Front Tweeters
  • Rear Amp: FPP-2100
  • Sub Amp: Sundown Audio SCV-1500

Next Steps
  • SwayBars
  • Endlinks
  • Coilovers
  • Turbo Upgrade

Album: http://imgur.com/a/MUgBW


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Old 04-19-2016, 09:59 PM   #2
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Hey myst3k, I was wondering what your car dyno'd after the bren tune and your parts installed? The 289 originally seemed kind of low with all of your upgrades you've done.
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Old 04-19-2016, 10:46 PM   #3
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Chapter/Region: South East
Location: West Palm Beach
2016 WRX Limited


Yea it's def not there now, there was a huge increase after bren, I need to get some more stuff done and some funds then get it back on the dyno!
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