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Old 05-19-2008, 02:15 PM   #1
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Last Friday night, with the Midwest Subaru Shootout on Saturday, I decided to do some last minute preparations for my Stage 2 STI.

Luckily for me, I happen to spend my days working at P&L Motorsports which allows me to make these kind of decisions at the last minute.

We threw a P&L HiFlO Intake, Walbro Fuel Pump, and GM 3port boost control solenoid on the car after we closed up for the day and Jorge was kind enough to stick around to tune the car on 100 oct.

Holy ****, the car definitely hustles now! The dyno numbers are great for what it is, and the times I ran at the track surprised the hell out of me. It ran 12.50's @109-110 all day long with a best of 12.45@109. The 12.45 was good enough to land me a first place win for the Stock STI Turbo class at the Midwest Shootout.

I haven't done a 93 oct map yet, so I don't have any comparison numbers. Hoping to get that done later this week. (or I'll run race gas for a while )

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Old 05-19-2008, 02:21 PM   #2
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W00t!

Grats again Ty!

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Old 05-19-2008, 02:30 PM   #3
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Awesome times for stg 2!! I wonder how you would have down with a 93 map.
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Old 05-19-2008, 02:32 PM   #4
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Oh ya that thing was moving! Nice job.
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Old 05-19-2008, 09:44 PM   #5
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You're the man, Ty! I was impressed when I first got word.
Thanks for all your help today! I was the one asking about the 20G/Green choices/differences. I'm getting the transmission finished up this week, then once all my parts are in, back to you guys.
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Old 06-09-2008, 06:11 PM   #6
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Awesome times for stg 2!! I wonder how you would have down with a 93 map.
Most Stage 2 STIs on pump gas were trapping in the 103-105 range, that was my VF48'd Saabaru on pump gas in the right lane (fastest 93 octane trap in the class if I recall correctly). He did get a hell of a launch though, so my guess would be 12.7-12.8 range. Great race Ty, and a great time. I think he finally has a 93 tune too.
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Old 06-09-2008, 06:14 PM   #7
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Yes he does. I keep trying to convince him to letting me do an EWG and a kill tune on some C-16, but he's being a girlie man who won't let me help him run 11's.



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Old 06-09-2008, 07:57 PM   #8
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Yea yea.. we'll see Jorge.

My 93oct tune iirc put down 297whp, 316 ft-lbs. We also did a sweet gas saver map for 93oct as well. I'll post up the chart eventually.

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Old 06-09-2008, 08:26 PM   #9
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That's pretty quick!
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Yes he does. I keep trying to convince him to letting me do an EWG and a kill tune on some C-16, but he's being a girlie man who won't let me help him run 11's.



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hahahaha oh sorry. Get the EWG P&L sells a really nice setup for your car, oh ya you sold me one when I was not rotated
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Old 06-09-2008, 11:58 PM   #11
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hahahaha oh sorry. Get the EWG P&L sells a really nice setup for your car, oh ya you sold me one when I was not rotated
That's the dilemma I'm having. I really want to see what the VF48 is capable of, and go EWG along with a couple other things... but then I'm sealing the deal on the stock location. If I do end up going EWG with my VF48 I suppose I could just go with a ATP3071 or Dom 2.5R down the road.
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Congrats man. This reassures me that my car could have def been faster.
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Congrats man. This reassures me that my car could have def been faster.
How were you running at the Shootout? Were you on pump or race gas? I just ask because if you want to compare to pump gas and a 5 speed I did that 12.9 @ 106 in the right lane. I have a VF48, but it's not drastically different than a VF39 with a P&P.
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How were you running at the Shootout? Were you on pump or race gas? I just ask because if you want to compare to pump gas and a 5 speed I did that 12.9 @ 106 in the right lane. I have a VF48, but it's not drastically different than a VF39 with a P&P.
I didn't run at the shootout but, I ran my car only once before. I ran 100 octwhich I was tuned by jorge for 309/389. my graph looks almost identical to ty's. I have andrewtechs new gearset 1-4 helical cut syncro 5 speed. I had troubles with my new clutch because it was slipping. So I ran a 2.2 60' and ended up running a 13.1 @ 109 but I know I could have trapped higher because I was shifting slow. Sorry to steal your thread Ty.
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I didn't run at the shootout but, I ran my car only once before. I ran 100 octwhich I was tuned by jorge for 309/389. my graph looks almost identical to ty's. I have andrewtechs new gearset 1-4 helical cut syncro 5 speed. I had troubles with my new clutch because it was slipping. So I ran a 2.2 60' and ended up running a 13.1 @ 109 but I know I could have trapped higher because I was shifting slow. Sorry to steal your thread Ty.
Oh gotcha, I misunderstood. Yeah, you'll definitely be able to run mid 12's with a good launch. Good luck.
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Nice run man, that is Super Cool!
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That's the dilemma I'm having. I really want to see what the VF48 is capable of, and go EWG along with a couple other things... but then I'm sealing the deal on the stock location. If I do end up going EWG with my VF48 I suppose I could just go with a ATP3071 or Dom 2.5R down the road.
Well I bought the EWG from P&L on the SZ55 setup. I didn't make the power I was looking for so I went rotated and sold all the non rotated parts pretty quickly. I was surprised how fast I was able to sell everything I had the turbo sold before it even came off.

I am not a fan of Hybrid turbo's if your going to go 3071 you should just go rotated and P&L makes an awesome GT3076R Kit.
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Dan,

You do know that we also make a 3071 rotated turbo kit. A lot of our autocross customers really like it. Spool is about identicall to a vf-43, and will still make 350ish on pump and about 415ish on 100oct. But it holds it all the way to 8K

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