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Old 09-25-2008, 08:40 PM   #1
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Im thinking about going Gt3076 I wanted to know some track times of people runing that turbo
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i know of a guy running 11.6 at 122 or something like that

really depends upon the setup and boost...race gas or pump etc.
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SWEET! Race gas is the way to go.
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Old 09-25-2008, 10:39 PM   #4
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The turbo is 52 lb/min or 520 crank hp.

If you know the weight of your vehicle and now you know the power the turbo can make then you can estimate a 1/4 mile

http://www.race-cars.net/calculators/et_calculator.html

3076 GC8 > 3076 WRX > 3076 STi

11.5-11.6 is probably the best you'll see in a full weight STi
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Old 09-25-2008, 10:56 PM   #5
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i know of a guy running 11.6 at 122 or something like that

really depends upon the setup and boost...race gas or pump etc.
i went 11.7 at 125mph with a 1.76 60 ft

with a perrin rotated gt30r with a ,82 ar
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Old 09-25-2008, 11:25 PM   #6
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Am I the only person that looked at his profile and saw that he's running a 2.5RS, not a WRX or STi?

What car is this on? I'm sitting here hoping you're not doing it on a 2.5RS, or have SOME idea of what you're getting into....


Somehow I don't see a 30R 2.5RS running mid 11s....
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Old 09-25-2008, 11:33 PM   #7
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Am I the only person that looked at his profile and saw that he's running a 2.5RS, not a WRX or STi?

What car is this on? I'm sitting here hoping you're not doing it on a 2.5RS, or have SOME idea of what you're getting into....


Somehow I don't see a 30R 2.5RS running mid 11s....
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Old 09-26-2008, 02:01 AM   #8
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Its a 06 sti
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Old 09-26-2008, 02:04 AM   #9
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i know of a guy running 11.6 at 122 or something like that

really depends upon the setup and boost...race gas or pump etc.
did he do this on race gas or pump>?
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Old 09-26-2008, 02:55 PM   #10
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Am I the only person that looked at his profile and saw that he's running a 2.5RS, not a WRX or STi?
no you werent, i noticed which was why i put this in my comment

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thread is called gt30R track times...not gt30R gc8 track times.
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Old 09-26-2008, 03:35 PM   #12
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but most of us ASSume that if someone asks for track times they are looking for track times for their vehicle. And if you glance over at his vehicle is says he has a 2.5RS......so one may ASSume thats the car he may have since its listed as his car

I mean if I want to be an ass and get his hopes up I can just post these times and then watch him cry when he doesnt run within a second of them in a full weight STi.

25. (AU) Errol Brittain MY96 2.5L (DOT tires, GT30) WRX 10.089@137.83

63. (US) oneoverWRX 02 WRX (Axis stg5 2.5,wrx heads, gt3082r 6mt, BFG radials) 10.878@126.099

Times & traps are more dependant on power/weight and traction and not just which turbo you have and these 2 cars are perfect examples of that.

The real answer to this question is

9.0-13.0 depending on vehicle, weight, gas, tires, etc

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Old 09-26-2008, 04:19 PM   #13
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Its a 06 sti
Man I was confused, but now that we're talking about sti's. Phatron what do you think my car would do track time wise?

04 sti -34k miles / car weighs 3181 w/driver & 3030 w/out
cars puts out 425awhp/ 397.5tq @ 24psi on C-16 w/a lil 91 in there
>340whp/354tq on 19psi with 91 oct pump

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Old 09-26-2008, 04:38 PM   #14
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I also have some Q-16 but I'm worried about the clutch slipping.
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Old 09-26-2008, 05:13 PM   #15
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Man I was confused, but now that we're talking about sti's. Phatron what do you think my car would do track time wise?
dont single me out All i can tell you is about whats posted on here and make some assumptions.

Look at the 11.55 and faster registry here http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/showthread.php?t=837851

There are 5 or less gt30's on it....couple are in GC8's couple in WRX's. I dont think any of them list the weight, gas used or tranny.

Since most people putting on gt30's or larger and going to the track are trying to get a good time I am going to assume that everyone on the 11.55 list is on race gas or pump+meth, everyone has a tiny bit of weight reduction, and maybe slicks or some nice drag radials.

You also have to remember we are all human and many drag racers wont be 100% truthful about there setup. Its always "cooler" to go faster with less.....be it less mods, less money, heavier, street tires, etc.

All that being said and referring to this person on the list
144. (US) soubalou1 2.5L WRX (30R) 11.598@124.28

I will say you will probably run in the 11.4-11.9 range. I say this for the following reasons
- his stock wrx is lighter than your reduced weight STi (so also assume he has some weight reduction, even aftermarket exhaust/headers will reduce his weight)
- he has one less shift in his wrx, plus he may have ppg's. the wrx tranny wouldnt have lasted long at that power level
- most of the folks on the list have gt35's or larger and there is a big difference in power potential of a 65lb/min (650hp) gt35 and a 52 lb/min (520 hp) gt30.
- there seems to be a huge lack of people in the 11.3-11.7 range and i attribute this to the power levels achieved by 49-52 lb/min turbos (green, dom3, gt52, gt30) and the capability of the stock components and what people choose to run once they have a built motor. Once people blow the stocker and they've had a 49-52 lb/min turbo the next logical step once built is a gt35. So people on stock blocks and Green's Gt30's etc usually run around 11.7-11.9, then their motor blows and they move to the gt35 and start taking off weight because the car is becoming more and more a top end drag car and they want to get the best time possible.

So i would say you could run a 11.3-11.5 but most likely will be in the 11.5-11.9 range.
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Old 09-26-2008, 05:23 PM   #16
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I see, Thanks and the weight on my car isn't actually reduced, It's about 250 pounds lighter than an 05', I guess 04's came more race ready (bare bone)
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Old 09-26-2008, 05:26 PM   #17
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Check this formula out from Dug-E-fresh....trap*ET = 1350 discussed in this thread. http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show...1#post23580121

he said its an old school domestic calcultor.....basically its time*speed = distance so in all reality it should be trap*et = 1320

It basically shows you the best time you can achieve with a trap speed.

I did it over a large range of traps and came up with this.

Code:
ET	Trap	1350
13.50	100	1350
13.37	101	1350
13.24	102	1350
13.11	103	1350
12.98	104	1350
12.86	105	1350
12.74	106	1350
12.62	107	1350
12.50	108	1350
12.39	109	1350
12.27	110	1350
12.16	111	1350
12.05	112	1350
11.95	113	1350
11.84	114	1350
11.74	115	1350
11.64	116	1350
11.54	117	1350
11.44	118	1350
11.34	119	1350
11.25	120	1350
11.16	121	1350
11.07	122	1350
10.98	123	1350
10.89	124	1350
10.80	125	1350
10.71	126	1350
10.63	127	1350
10.55	128	1350
10.47	129	1350
10.38	130	1350
10.31	131	1350
10.23	132	1350
10.15	133	1350
10.07	134	1350
10.00	135	1350
9.93	136	1350
9.85	137	1350
9.78	138	1350
9.71	139	1350
9.64	140	1350
9.57	141	1350
9.51	142	1350
9.44	143	1350
9.38	144	1350
9.31	145	1350
9.25	146	1350
9.18	147	1350
9.12	148	1350
9.06	149	1350
9.00	150	1350
8.94	151	1350
8.88	152	1350
8.82	153	1350
8.77	154	1350
8.71	155	1350
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Old 09-26-2008, 05:30 PM   #18
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I see, Thanks and the weight on my car isn't actually reduced, It's about 250 pounds lighter than an 05', I guess 04's came more race ready (bare bone)
not according to the specs....it was 3260 lbs http://www.cars101.com/subaru/impreza/wrxsti2004.html

did you weigh it stock or after all your mods?

The curb weight is the vehicle with a full tank of gas.....so if you weighed it with 2 gallons of gas in it then your car is already gonna weigh 90 lbs less than the listed curb weight
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MY04 Spec C Type RA w/rotated GT30 kit, Autronic SM4, race gas, best time 11.5
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Old 09-26-2008, 06:03 PM   #20
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The car was weighed the aftermarket way that it is now when I got it aligned and corner balanced. It had about 1/3 of a tank, It didnt have the back bench seat in so he could adjust the camber plates but thats not even 5 pounds. I'm not sure why its so light, Lucky me I guess. Yea I guess that is weird, KBB.com spec's say curb wieght on each is 3263 on 04 sti and 3298 on the 05 sti. I guess I was wrong, the 05 corner balance sheet I saw must have had some heavy stuff on it, or again mine is just blessed or something.

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I already told you why its light....gas, exhaust, wheels, etc

your wheels weight 7-8 lbs less each than the stockers....

probably saved 20-40 lbs on the exhaust.....

so between the gas and the wheels you could have been down ~120 lbs right there.

most peoples modded cars are lighter than the listed stock curb weights
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11.24 @ 125mph, full weigh on stock tires and my 250lbs in it


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niceeee... btw the car went 11.81 at 119...with a 1.7 60ft... on falken azenis...
what does your set-up have if you dont mind telling...
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heres a link to the ams car. i find it really funny that in this thread and that one it says stock wheels/stock tires and it has different wheels in the pic
And it also says it that thread that you werent driving it



any way its got a gt30 kit, built block and c16 race gas 500whp on their dynojet

http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1520197
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heres a link to the ams car. i find it really funny that in this thread and that one it says stock wheels/stock tires and it has different wheels in the pic
And it also says it that thread that you werent driving it



any way its got a gt30 kit, built block and c16 race gas 500whp on their dynojet

http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1520197
thanks for the info i think i can crack an 11.5 pass with a lower 60ft it was my first time ever on the track
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