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Old 10-02-2007, 05:02 PM   #1
Upscale_Automotive
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Default Upscale Automotive 2004 STi - GT30R, Cobb Engine, much more!

The Upscale Automotive 2004 Subaru Impreza WRX STi

DYNO RESULTS:

406.8whp @ 6745rpm
363wtq @ 4567rpm
Pump Gas - 93 Octane
No Alcohol, Meth, Water, Nitrous, etc.






MOD LIST:

Engine:
-Cobb Stage 1 Tuner Series Block
-Cobb Stage 2 STi Heads
-Cosworth Timing Belt Guide
-Cosworth Subaru WRX STI EJ25 Bore=100mm T=1.mm Head Gasket
-Cosworth Subaru WRX STI EJ25 AVCS Cams
-Cosworth Subaru EJ20/25 Engine 2002-06 Modified Oil Pump
-ARP Head Stud Kit
-APS Tumbler Valve Delete Assemblies
-Cusco Engine & Transmission Mount Set
-Power Enterprise Timing Belt
-Redline Powerpack Synthetic Fluid Kit
-Perrin Lightened Crank Pulley
-NGK One Step Colder Iridium Spark Plugs
-Black Perrin Oil Catch Can
-Red Perrin Coolant Reservoir
-Weapon R Hybrid Coolant/Washer Tank
-PWR High Performance Radiator
-Zerosports Thermostat

Fuel System:
-Power Enterprise 850cc Fuel Injectors
-Perrin Fuel Rails
-Walbro 255 LPH Fuel Pump & Install Kit

Forced Induction, Intake, and Exhaust:
-Perrin Rotated Mount GT3076R .82AR Turbo Kit
-Cobb Tuning SF Intake
-Invidia G200 Titanium Tip Catback Exhaust
-Perrin Equal Length Header
-APS Dual Vent FMIC Blow Off Valve Kit
-Perrin Front Mount Intercooler
-Swain Heat Coated Intercooler Piping

Engine Management and Electronics:
-Cobb Tuning AccessPort V2
-Perrin EBCS Universal Electronic Boost Solenoid
-PLX Devices R-500 Wideband Computer Kit w/EGT
-HKS CAMP CPU
-HKS CAMP Junction Box
-HKS CAMP EGT Sensor and Harness
-HKS CAMP Boost Sensor and Harness
-Optima Red Top Battery

Drivetrain:
-ACT Streetlite Flywheel
-ACT Street Disc Clutch Kit
-Techna-Fit Stainless Steel Clutch Line
-Kartboy Short Shifter and Bushings Combo

Engine Dress:
-Carbign Craft Carbon Fiber Alternator Cover
-Carbign Craft Carbon Fiber Radiator Shroud
-Black Perrin Radiator Hose Kit
-Samco Ancillary Hose Kit

Wheels and Tires:
-17x8 Rota Torque Wheels
-235/40/17 BFGoodrich G-Force T/A KDW(V2) Tires
-McGaurd Splinedrive Lug Nuts

Suspension:
-APR Front Strut Bar
-GT Spec Fender Reinforcement Braces
-H&R Camber Bolts (Rear)
-Tein Electronic Damping Force Controller
-Tein Flex Coilovers

Brakes:
-Power Slot Cryo-Treated Rotors
-Hawk Brake Pads
-Techna-Fit Brake Lines

Exterior:
-APR Carbon Fiber Rear Diffuser
-APR Carbon Fiber GTC-300 Rear Spoiler
-APR Formula GT3 Mirrors
-Carbign Craft Carbon Fiber License Plate
-Chargespeed CF Side Skirts
-Chargespeed Carbon Fiber Rear Caps
-Chargespeed Carbon Fiber Trunk Lid
-OEM 2006 STi Roof Spoiler
-JDM STi Type RA Roof Vent
-Seibon GD Carbon Fiber Front Lip
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-Seibon RC Carbon Fiber Hood
-Seibon CW Carbon Fiber Hood Scoop

Interior:
-WRX Rear Seat
-WRX Door Panels
-WRX Floor Mats
-Sparco Monza Seats
-Sparco Harness Bar
-Megan Racing Seatbelt Harnesses
-OEM Carbon Fiber Interior Trim

Audio/Video:
-Pioneer AVIC-N1 Navigation/Vehicle Dynamics
-LCD Custom Mounted in Double-DIN Radio Location
-Pioneer GEX-P10XMT XM Tuner
-Rockford T1 10" Subwoofers
-MB Quart Q Series Component Speakers w/ Tweeters & Crossovers
-Rockford T10001bd Amplifier
-Rockford T8004 Amplifier
-Custom Trunk Enclosure


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Old 10-02-2007, 05:33 PM   #2
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Right on the money, but what was the boost?
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Old 10-02-2007, 06:12 PM   #3
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nice!
what does a stock sti dyno on that dyno?
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Old 10-02-2007, 08:17 PM   #4
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wonder what idle sounds like on that thing.
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Old 10-02-2007, 09:02 PM   #5
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Right on the money, but what was the boost?
DYNO PLOT KEY:
RED - HORSEPOWER
BLUE - TORQUE
GREEN - PSI
GREY - AFR

Boost hits 24psi at about 5800rpm, but it sticks around about 19-22psi throughout the bulk of the curve. The average boost is 15.4psi.




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Old 10-02-2007, 09:08 PM   #6
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Great Guy, Great Vender, I remember when he had his sick WRX, then bought his STI. Nice to see you on here.

Great Numbers!!!!!

Justin
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Old 10-02-2007, 09:08 PM   #7
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nice!
what does a stock sti dyno on that dyno?
Stock STi's generally run about 200 to 230 whp on Mustang Dyno's. There is some variance depending on the specific STi, conditions, operator, etc etc.


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Old 10-02-2007, 09:18 PM   #8
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wonder what idle sounds like on that thing.
We will post videos ASAP. Dyno videos and more.

The cams are definitely noticeable during idle and they are responsible for drawing the power out a few hundred extra RPM's no doubt.

The cams are a pain to compensate for during break-in when trying to keep the car in safe operating parameters. In order to keep all the numbers/readings in the "green" we had to deal with a tough idle and stalling tendencies. Now that the tune is fully completed, everything is broken in, and every detail is buttoned up, the idle is perfect, no stalling, nothing. We couldn't be happier with the way this STi runs. We could have just as easily gone with a GT35R rather than the GT30R, but the drivability and reliability of this STi's setup are through the roof. Everything we want in a 400whp street car.

Thanks for all the friendly comments!


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Old 10-02-2007, 09:24 PM   #9
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Great Guy, Great Vender, I remember when he had his sick WRX, then bought his STI. Nice to see you on here.

Great Numbers!!!!!

Justin
CTSUBIE.com
Wow, thanks for the compliments Justin.... we could handle a post or two like this over at THIS post LOL. Things are getting rough over there

Let me know if you or your team need anything! We have more lines and stock now than ever!


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Old 10-02-2007, 10:44 PM   #10
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DYNO PLOT KEY:
Boost hits 24psi at about 5800rpm, but it sticks around about 19-22psi throughout the bulk of the curve. The average boost is 15.4psi.
Thanks. No way could I read that image. Is the boost waiver intentional, or just a trait of that EBC? Just curious, since you usually see table-top flat boost curves with that turbo using a D-Tec or AVC-r.

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Old 10-02-2007, 11:20 PM   #11
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Maybe the list should be modified to what this car DOES NOT have?

Quote:
Originally Posted by Upscale_Automotive View Post
The Upscale Automotive 2004 Subaru Impreza WRX STi

DYNO RESULTS:

406.8whp @ 6745rpm
363wtq @ 4567rpm
Pump Gas - 93 Octane
No Alcohol, Meth, Water, Nitrous, etc.






MOD LIST:

Engine:
-Cobb Stage 1 Tuner Series Block
-Cobb Stage 2 STi Heads
-Cosworth Timing Belt Guide
-Cosworth Subaru WRX STI EJ25 Bore=100mm T=1.mm Head Gasket
-Cosworth Subaru WRX STI EJ25 AVCS Cams
-Cosworth Subaru EJ20/25 Engine 2002-06 Modified Oil Pump
-ARP Head Stud Kit
-APS Tumbler Valve Delete Assemblies
-Cusco Engine & Transmission Mount Set
-Power Enterprise Timing Belt
-Redline Powerpack Synthetic Fluid Kit
-Perrin Lightened Crank Pulley
-NGK One Step Colder Iridium Spark Plugs
-Black Perrin Oil Catch Can
-Red Perrin Coolant Reservoir
-Weapon R Hybrid Coolant/Washer Tank
-PWR High Performance Radiator
-Zerosports Thermostat

Fuel System:
-Power Enterprise 850cc Fuel Injectors
-Perrin Fuel Rails
-Walbro 255 LPH Fuel Pump & Install Kit

Forced Induction, Intake, and Exhaust:
-Perrin Rotated Mount GT3076R .82AR Turbo Kit
-Cobb Tuning SF Intake
-Invidia G200 Titanium Tip Catback Exhaust
-Perrin Equal Length Header
-APS Dual Vent FMIC Blow Off Valve Kit
-Perrin Front Mount Intercooler
-Swain Heat Coated Intercooler Piping

Engine Management and Electronics:
-Cobb Tuning AccessPort V2
-Perrin EBCS Universal Electronic Boost Solenoid
-PLX Devices R-500 Wideband Computer Kit w/EGT
-HKS CAMP CPU
-HKS CAMP Junction Box
-HKS CAMP EGT Sensor and Harness
-HKS CAMP Boost Sensor and Harness
-Optima Red Top Battery

Drivetrain:
-ACT Streetlite Flywheel
-ACT Street Disc Clutch Kit
-Techna-Fit Stainless Steel Clutch Line
-Kartboy Short Shifter and Bushings Combo

Engine Dress:
-Carbign Craft Carbon Fiber Alternator Cover
-Carbign Craft Carbon Fiber Radiator Shroud
-Black Perrin Radiator Hose Kit
-Samco Ancillary Hose Kit

Wheels and Tires:
-17x8 Rota Torque Wheels
-235/40/17 BFGoodrich G-Force T/A KDW(V2) Tires
-McGaurd Splinedrive Lug Nuts

Suspension:
-APR Front Strut Bar
-GT Spec Fender Reinforcement Braces
-H&R Camber Bolts (Rear)
-Tein Electronic Damping Force Controller
-Tein Flex Coilovers

Brakes:
-Power Slot Cryo-Treated Rotors
-Hawk Brake Pads
-Techna-Fit Brake Lines

Exterior:
-APR Carbon Fiber Rear Diffuser
-APR Carbon Fiber GTC-300 Rear Spoiler
-APR Formula GT3 Mirrors
-Carbign Craft Carbon Fiber License Plate
-Chargespeed CF Side Skirts
-Chargespeed Carbon Fiber Rear Caps
-Chargespeed Carbon Fiber Trunk Lid
-OEM 2006 STi Roof Spoiler
-JDM STi Type RA Roof Vent
-Seibon GD Carbon Fiber Front Lip
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-Seibon RC Carbon Fiber Hood
-Seibon CW Carbon Fiber Hood Scoop

Interior:
-WRX Rear Seat
-WRX Door Panels
-WRX Floor Mats
-Sparco Monza Seats
-Sparco Harness Bar
-Megan Racing Seatbelt Harnesses
-OEM Carbon Fiber Interior Trim

Audio/Video:
-Pioneer AVIC-N1 Navigation/Vehicle Dynamics
-LCD Custom Mounted in Double-DIN Radio Location
-Pioneer GEX-P10XMT XM Tuner
-Rockford T1 10" Subwoofers
-MB Quart Q Series Component Speakers w/ Tweeters & Crossovers
-Rockford T10001bd Amplifier
-Rockford T8004 Amplifier
-Custom Trunk Enclosure


Upscale Automotive LLC
Your Source for Performance, Reliability, and Style
http://www.UpscaleAutomotive.com

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Old 10-03-2007, 01:42 AM   #12
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Thanks. No way could I read that image. Is the boost waiver intentional, or just a trait of that EBC? Just curious, since you usually see table-top flat boost curves with that turbo using a D-Tec or AVC-r.
I am not exactly sure why that waiver is there exactly. It may be the EBC, but it is tuned for regardless. The idea of a DTEC or AVC-R alternative is tempting however.


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Old 10-03-2007, 03:54 AM   #13
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Nice results, but that signature is freaking annoying. The lack of signatures is one of the things I like about NASIOC.
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Old 10-03-2007, 09:18 AM   #14
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Yes, lose the sig unless you are in the vendor forum.

Can we get pic of this beast?
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Old 10-03-2007, 02:30 PM   #15
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Upscale: We do not allows signatures here. Please stop posting it.
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Old 10-03-2007, 03:01 PM   #16
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I apologize about the signature, I was told by Nick that it was okay but I had to post it with every post individually since signatures were not enabled.

Is it just the picture that is a problem or the entire signature?

I will be sure to keep the signature limited to the vendor forum only from now on.
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Old 10-03-2007, 03:03 PM   #17
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Yes, lose the sig unless you are in the vendor forum.

Can we get pic of this beast?

Our Gallery at http://www.UpscaleAutomotive.com pictures of this car and lots more.

This thread is nothing but pics of this car: http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1357829
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Old 10-03-2007, 03:10 PM   #18
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Quick off-beat question -- how well do the APR mirrors hold up to high speeds? Do they constantly need re-adjustment at the ball-joints?
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Old 10-03-2007, 03:13 PM   #19
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I apologize about the signature, I was told by Nick that it was okay but I had to post it with every post individually since signatures were not enabled.

Is it just the picture that is a problem or the entire signature?

I will be sure to keep the signature limited to the vendor forum only from now on.
It ends up getting VERY redundant when it is included with every post in a thread, and the animated banner was a bit much. A url, phone number, etc at the bottom of the first post in the thread is pretty much the norm around here.
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Old 10-03-2007, 03:29 PM   #20
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It ends up getting VERY redundant when it is included with every post in a thread, and the animated banner was a bit much. A url, phone number, etc at the bottom of the first post in the thread is pretty much the norm around here.
Awesome, I really appreciate the advice. We will keep it simple like that from now on.

Thanks!
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Old 10-03-2007, 03:35 PM   #21
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Quick off-beat question -- how well do the APR mirrors hold up to high speeds? Do they constantly need re-adjustment at the ball-joints?
The APR side mirrors are actually extremely stable. The APR side mirrors are more stable than the OEM rear view mirror (in-cabin). When the rear view mirror is vibrating too badly to see the reflected image clearly, you can look at the APR mirrors and they are stable and clear as day. There is no flapping, no rotating, no movement at all. This depends on how tight you have them tightened of course, but even as they are on our STi we can still manually adjust them by hand without using tools and they remain stable under high speeds and vibrations. The mirror housing features a rubber ring around the holes that the mounting post goes through, if that makes sense, allowing them to remain in position better as well.
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