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Old 01-04-2002, 07:03 PM   #1
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Default Finally my hybrid IHI/garrett turbo is on the way!

Talked to Reid at Turbo specialties today, and it looks like they are finally sending me the funky hybrid to test out. From talking to him it should be in my hands early next week. Guess i'll be heading to AZ for a little record run very, very soon. This is just a temp solution for me though, as we started talking about the finishing touches on my full garrett kit, and it looks like they are just waiting for minor part (FMIC Core) which should be in their hands ASAP.

Just thought i would give an update to you guys... I'll post pics and thoughts as soon as its on the car.


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Old 01-04-2002, 07:11 PM   #2
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I would of been happy with your PE1820 as I'm sure there was more to be had. Good luck with your new project.

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Old 01-04-2002, 07:56 PM   #3
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Cool. Can't wait to see this hybrid turbo. Let me know when you get it I would like to check it out and see how it runs. If you need help with the install just drop me a line.

Does TS have any flow specs for the turbo?

peace
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Old 01-04-2002, 08:21 PM   #4
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this is the Garrett BB cartridge, compressor housing, compressor, and turbine... with the IHI exhaust housing/ wastegate right?
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Old 01-05-2002, 12:35 AM   #5
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this is the Garrett BB cartridge, compressor housing, compressor, and turbine... with the IHI exhaust housing/ wastegate right?

Pretty close, i think its a thrust bearing not a BB setup... I personally would rather have a thrust bearing as BB is not that big of a deal.

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Old 01-05-2002, 02:32 AM   #6
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I query wether you have any bigger inejctors than the sti ones comming as I was maxxing the sti injectors out with the AL003 program

There is only so much air flow those injectors can handle before they start to misfire
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Old 01-05-2002, 02:01 PM   #7
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I query wether you have any bigger inejctors than the sti ones comming as I was maxxing the sti injectors out with the AL003 program

There is only so much air flow those injectors can handle before they start to misfire
Don't worry about me Al, i've got my basics covered and will have plenty of fuel.

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Old 01-05-2002, 08:44 PM   #8
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I'm going to 750 injectors next week - - not enough fuel in the 650's with thsi cold air - - they hit 90% duty cycle and start to get misfires
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Old 01-05-2002, 11:12 PM   #9
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soon we will see some sti injectors and a PE1820 for sale?

Good luck.

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Old 01-06-2002, 12:50 AM   #10
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soon we will see some sti injectors and a PE1820 for sale?

Good luck.

T.
The 1820 has been spoken for... the sti injectors will be up for grabs soon.

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Old 01-06-2002, 04:02 AM   #11
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WOW Nate.

I how much do you think that the stock block and low end can take.

I am worried to surpass the 22psi that the PE1820 will push. Who are you guys going to for your gas squiters?

I think that for now, I am going to try to get some big injectors (Bigger then my STi ones), and max out the 1820 until she craps out, then I am going to look into the Garrett scene.

But before I push past 22psi, I would look into getting the block closed up, and bulletproofing the bottom end.

What are your plans Nate?

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Old 01-06-2002, 07:04 AM   #12
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personally, if I were you guys, I'd be worried about the mission before the bottom end of the engine. It seems like in most turbo cars, the engines are pretty good to about double the original horsepower on stock internals, obviously some better than others but JMHO
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Old 01-06-2002, 10:28 AM   #13
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WOW Nate.

I how much do you think that the stock block and low end can take.

I am worried to surpass the 22psi that the PE1820 will push. Who are you guys going to for your gas squiters?

I think that for now, I am going to try to get some big injectors (Bigger then my STi ones), and max out the 1820 until she craps out, then I am going to look into the Garrett scene.

But before I push past 22psi, I would look into getting the block closed up, and bulletproofing the bottom end.

What are your plans Nate?

Andy
Andy,
I dont know how much the bottom end can take with proper tuning to keep detonation away, but i have a strange feeling that i am going to find out. My goal... 11.5@120 or so before i build the block. Will i make it? I think so, and i may even be able to keep my transmission together for the run with my somewhat careful clutch selection.

As for fuel, i have several options at this point, but modified rails with upgraded Rx7 injectors seems to be the way to go with the unichip in place.

I know that the unichip has taken some abuse from some of the high HP folks, so as a matter of principle i plan to keep it on the car for my 11.5 second pass. After that if i want to drop that other second, i'll start looking into a stand-alone.

-Nathan
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Old 01-06-2002, 10:33 AM   #14
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11.5@120
Wow 120 mph, thats screaming.

Can`t wait to see that.

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Old 01-06-2002, 01:12 PM   #15
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please have someone videotape your runs
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Old 01-06-2002, 01:37 PM   #16
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WOW Nate.

I how much do you think that the stock block and low end can take.

I am worried to surpass the 22psi that the PE1820 will push. Who are you guys going to for your gas squiters?

I think that for now, I am going to try to get some big injectors (Bigger then my STi ones), and max out the 1820 until she craps out, then I am going to look into the Garrett scene.

But before I push past 22psi, I would look into getting the block closed up, and bulletproofing the bottom end.

What are your plans Nate?

Andy
I agree 100% with this . . . with the addition of my stand alone - I see that the max duty cycle you can run at 7,000 rpm is 84% to achive the proper ingector closed time - - I cant even go over 15 psi on boost with my 1820 with the 550 injectors - -

I'll need 700 injectors just to be able to run 20 psi and get good power on street gas

Anyway to each his own - soon it will be march and the tracks will be open !
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Old 01-06-2002, 03:39 PM   #17
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How about all of use meet and race at the same track in MARCH?
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Old 01-06-2002, 04:10 PM   #18
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Talked to Reid at Turbo specialties today, and it looks like they are finally sending me the funky hybrid to test out. From talking to him it should be in my hands early next week. Guess i'll be heading to AZ for a little record run very, very soon. This is just a temp solution for me though, as we started talking about the finishing touches on my full garrett kit, and it looks like they are just waiting for minor part (FMIC Core) which should be in their hands ASAP.

Just thought i would give an update to you guys... I'll post pics and thoughts as soon as its on the car.


-Nathan
Let me know when you head out. If you time right you can get 3 full days of track time by using both of our tracks. Wednesday night, Friday night, and saturday. I can film your runs no prob...


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Old 01-06-2002, 07:00 PM   #19
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Let me know when you head out. If you time right you can get 3 full days of track time by using both of our tracks. Wednesday night, Friday night, and saturday. I can film your runs no prob...


CT
CT,
That sounds good, We are going to have the FP hybrid on another car that will be with us looking for numbers. Should be a good time. I don't expect to reach my goal on the TS hybrid, but then again, i do expect to get kicked from the track.

As for the suggestion of Gary... Don't take this the wrong way, but your not yet a player, and i have no intension of meeting you somwhere to race. Get a timeslip frist... I don't intend to race Al either unless it happens at some nation-wide subaru meet or something. Its just not worth the time.

-Nathan
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Old 01-06-2002, 07:18 PM   #20
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I just wish that the tracks around here didn't close for the winter or I'd be in the 11's already - I'm pulling more power on pump gas with the stand alone than I pulled with the al 003 program on 116 octane race fuel

Its so furstrating - I finally have a good clutch - a solid tranny with new synchros and

NO track to run on !


Oh well no one said it was going to be easy !

But at least I have satisfaction of having well balanced daily driver that runs very well every day and is very very fast in all departments
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Old 01-07-2002, 01:37 AM   #21
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But at least I have satisfaction of having well balanced daily driver that runs very well every day and is very very fast in all departments
Good for you... frankly i am tired of every time i have a thread going you posting this same thing though... keep telling yourself that your happy with your car. I am glad for you, but frankly i don't care about what you consider the perfect ride.

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Old 01-07-2002, 02:12 AM   #22
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Man - your nice guy facade is starting to crumble !

Very soon the day of reconing is comming my friend

Murphy's law - prob someone else will take you out before the tracks open around here

Lets see where your experiment goes - take a basically stock car and stick a monster 500 hp turbo on there - why not cut to the chase and plug in a buick turbo v6 engne ???
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Old 01-07-2002, 02:40 AM   #23
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Man - your nice guy facade is starting to crumble !

Very soon the day of reconing is comming my friend

Murphy's law - prob someone else will take you out before the tracks open around here

Lets see where your experiment goes - take a basically stock car and stick a monster 500 hp turbo on there - why not cut to the chase and plug in a buick turbo v6 engne ???
Al,
I am a nice guy to almost everyone BUT you. I make no attempts anymore. I have chosen to go my way with my car. Its my money, my car, my choice. Get over it... i am tired of hearing the same broken record from you. When you run faster, you can run your mouth.

If i wanted to modify a buick motor, i would have bought a GN.

My question is what do you care if i blow it up? And this "day of reconing" crap. You do realise that i could care less what YOU run. You could go out on the new standalone and your nice new shot of n2o and run a freaking 7 second pass and it would not change ONE BIT what i plan to do with my car. So i don't think i need to worry about some sort of "show down" with you. As for someone else taking me out. I hope they do. Its sad that the fastest the US has to offer at this point for the new WRX is only 12.3. I would think a few of those featured tuner cars would be smacking that time around by now...

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Old 01-07-2002, 04:32 AM   #24
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Do we have a final date set for this reconging day yet? I'm thinking about getting some tickets. Heard it was gonna be a good show...

Onto something serious. Nathan what do you feel the stock turbo upgrade from TS is capable of running in the žmile? With say a low 1.8 sixty footer and good shifting. But basicly stock otherwise, just intake mod, MBC, race fuel, cat back exaust.

If you want to avoid the friendly fire you can PM me.

Thanks,

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Old 01-07-2002, 09:25 AM   #25
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Nathan...I could care less if you run your car with stock tires/brakes/whatever. Like you said, it's your car. But please continue to post your findings/results. That helps the community, unlike petty bickering.

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