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Old 08-04-2008, 09:41 AM   #1
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Default 2006 Subaru STi - AMR T60R Bolt-On Laying down the POWER!!!! (double the factory HP!)

Quoted from Jim Cooper:


"Hi guys,

Just picked up my car today from the guys at Automaster AMR. You can read all the info on my Journal thread

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Dyno: Dyno Dynamics
Tuner: Auto Master AMR
Wheel HP: 402whp
Wheel TQ: 371wtq

Car Info:

Year: 2006
Engine Management: Cobb 1.0
Turbo: AMR T-60R bolt-on Turbocharger
Intercooler: AMR Top-Mount Intercooler Kit
Injectors: 850cc Injectors
Intake/Inlet: AMR Custom 3" Cold Air Intake System, Hard-pipe turbo inlet hose
Headers: AMR & up pipe
Exhaust: AMR Custom 3" system (2) Resonators & Muffler
Other Power Mods:
- Walbro 255 fuel pump
- AMR Custom AUX Methanol Fuel System w/ Pump (into TMIC)
- TGV deletes and porting

DYNO SHEET:



ENGINE BAY:



Tuning Note:

- BOOST: 22psi
- TIMING: Conservative
- FUEL: 93 Octane / Methanol injection

I was looking for a car with a split personality, and this combination really delivers. It is drivable off stop in second gear, and runs like an impressive Impreza without boost.

I hope Rob from Automaster will append details that I didn't cover.

Coop
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Customer Satisfaction Report: Auto Master AMR = A+ Delivery & Satisfaction


Quote Above taking from: 2006 STi - 402whp / 371wtq

Customer's Journal: •• SharpByCoop's •• 2006 STI - From mild to....



AMR Notes:







The T60R is one beast of a bolt-on. Sitting in factory location. This turbocharger doubled the factory horsepower limit at only 22psi! This vehicle was equipped with our custom AMR Modified Meth injection kit using a small "mist" jet to keep intercooler temp's down due to this vehicle running our TMIC. Timing was untouched from the pump gas tune along with AFR's at 11.0-11.2. This turbocharger has only begun to make power. 200+whp with a TMIC!




-Rob
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Old 08-04-2008, 11:13 AM   #2
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I cannot see the chart at work...but why a 7cm^2 exhaust housing? Seems a bit small for a turbo this size?

edit: just checked it out the dyno plot on my cell phone. That actually looks like a pretty good torque curve! Nice job

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Old 08-04-2008, 11:24 AM   #3
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OHHHHH that top-mount is teh sexxy!



Looks like it holds the top-end very nicely. I'm jealous
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Old 08-04-2008, 11:52 AM   #4
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That is a very nice looking powerband..
How does this turbo compare to say a FP red?
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Old 08-04-2008, 12:56 PM   #5
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That is a very nice looking powerband..
How does this turbo compare to say a FP red?

Junior,

The T60R uses a 60lb compressor wheel. The compressor housing is fully ported. Machined Port on the inlet and outlet. The exhaust housing is also suited with the same care, "Fully ported". Both compressor and exhaust housings are then coated. The exhaust housing is coated with our high temp coating to ensure spool and keep engine bay heat down. The compressor housing is coated with our wrinkle red finish. It is a really nice turbocharger for the street/strip. Hard pulling straight to redline with little effort. It does need a FMIC unless some sort of injection is done to keep tempatures down.


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Old 08-04-2008, 01:31 PM   #6
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why don't you use an 8cm housing?
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Old 08-04-2008, 01:53 PM   #7
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Nice job Rob. This thing will probably tear some **** up @ higher psi too.
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Old 08-04-2008, 02:26 PM   #8
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Junior,

The T60R uses a 60lb compressor wheel. The compressor housing is fully ported. Machined Port on the inlet and outlet. The exhaust housing is also suited with the same care, "Fully ported". Both compressor and exhaust housings are then coated. The exhaust housing is coated with our high temp coating to ensure spool and keep engine bay heat down. The compressor housing is coated with our wrinkle red finish. It is a really nice turbocharger for the street/strip. Hard pulling straight to redline with little effort. It does need a FMIC unless some sort of injection is done to keep tempatures down.


-Rob
Yea that is what I noted.. The car comes up pretty good as far as spool, and maintains a nice flat power curve all the way out. Did you screw around with the exhaust AVCS? Probably another 200-300 rpms of low end to play with.
Pretty sick

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Old 08-04-2008, 02:39 PM   #9
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Yea that is what I noted.. The car comes up pretty good as far as spool, and maintains a nice flat power curve all the way out. Did you screw around with the exhaust AVCS? Probably another 200-300 rpms of low end to play with.
Pretty sick

Junior
Junior,

This vehicle is a customers 2006 Subaru STi. Only intake AVCS available ('04-'07). The T60R will be going on our 2008 STi (Dual AVCS-INT/EXH)very shortly. I will post up the information on that once completed. Since we are on the topic, the exhaust cam should play a big roll in spool and maintain torque throughout the RPM band when dialed in correctly. Further information will be given once the turbocharger is seated in the vehicle.


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Old 08-04-2008, 03:19 PM   #10
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Very cool turbo but.... you guys are claiming this is making 600hp? You serious? That's kind of a stretch
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Old 08-04-2008, 03:22 PM   #11
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Very cool turbo but.... you guys are claiming this is making 600hp? You serious? That's kind of a stretch
Where did you see this claim?????

EDIT: I get it, because of the title (double the factory hp)

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Old 08-04-2008, 04:48 PM   #12
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Very cool turbo but.... you guys are claiming this is making 600hp? You serious? That's kind of a stretch
Not really. This was on 93 octane and this is whp.

Put it on c16 and it will hit 470-500whp, which is 600 crank.

Also because they are using a dyno dynamics and a stock STi will put down ~200-220whp on it....sooo 200*2=400whp, double the factory
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Old 08-05-2008, 07:33 PM   #13
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nice results there Rob, looks like a strong turbo. are you using the upgraded wastegate on it?
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Old 08-06-2008, 04:48 AM   #14
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When are you going to start production on the front mount intercoolers for the 2006 wrx? Not sure if you have already.
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Old 08-06-2008, 08:55 AM   #15
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Not really. This was on 93 octane and this is whp.

Put it on c16 and it will hit 470-500whp, which is 600 crank.

Also because they are using a dyno dynamics and a stock STi will put down ~200-220whp on it....sooo 200*2=400whp, double the factory

Bingo!


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nice results there Rob, looks like a strong turbo. are you using the upgraded wastegate on it?

Thank you. This vehicle is runing the standard actuator that we include on the turbocharger.


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When are you going to start production on the front mount intercoolers for the 2006 wrx? Not sure if you have already.

Working on them as we speak. Smooth mandrel bends, .065 wall, 6061 aluminum and best of all. HIGH QUALITY U.S. MADE MATERIAL!!!


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Old 08-06-2008, 12:13 PM   #16
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On the dyno in my area, stock sti's put down about 215 on this type of dyno. So double the factory isn't too far off.
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Old 08-25-2008, 04:40 PM   #17
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I saw this car in person!

Welcome to the 400whp club!
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Old 08-26-2008, 01:10 AM   #18
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sry to nag on this cause that tmic and turbo look SWEET but seems like it has all the lag of a 35r- where as im making 400, 420ish after retune hopefully on a mustang on the dom with meth and hit peak torque in 4th bet 4000-4200 rpm (full boost around 3700) compared to peak torque here around 4680 and im on a fmic(which should hurt those) and 23 psi

just babbling but maybe someone could correct me or tell me why this is that much better than mine or a 35r or is it just that in the middle- no arguments looking for just info exchanges here
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Old 08-26-2008, 08:53 AM   #19
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Keep in mind that where a car hits full boost and peak torque on a dyno varies widely. Loading dynos can be loaded in a manner that makes them spool up quickly or slowly and inertia dynos will cause different spoolup depending on the mass of the rollers.

Testing on the street is far more even, but only when gearing and vehicle weight are equal. Other factors play a roll, but I'm assuming flat ground etc. Vehicle weights for most WRXs and STis are relatively close, but gearing varies widely between some models. See if you can get several people with 04-06 STis to do 4th gear pulls on flat ground while logging rpm and boost on the turbos you're interested in. Have them all start at the same rpm and do 3 successive pulls. Sure it's a longshot, but that would be a much better comparison. Just remember that supporting mods play a big roll in spoolup and if any of them have a modded engine their numbers aren't a fair comparison to a stock engine.

FWIW, on a relatively slow ramp rate (for the car) on a Dyno Dynamics my car spooled 800 rpm later than it does on the street the time I did some pulls to test my no intercooler setup. Both tests were in 4th gear.

I like the paint on the TMIC too. Nice work guys. One of these days I'll check out the new shop when I'm in the area.

-Mike

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