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Old 10-13-2008, 10:31 PM   #101
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Good job Al,

always been a fan of your work and videos!

Greetings from Guatemala!

Good luck
Thanks to all my friends in Central America. There were many in attendance this weekend at Raceway Park for the Fall Nationals. I always have admired the dedication of those hobiests who pursue this sport in very difficult situations. Getting parts and supplies is a huge challenge there and very costly, yet the hobbiests there remain committed.

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Old 10-13-2008, 11:48 PM   #102
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Thanks for the kind words.

Driving a Subaru with a lot of power fast enough to go 10's without breaking it is always a challenge. When you only get a couple of passes per track before they throw you out it makes it even more chalenging as you dont get a lot of attempts to adjust the two step and tire pressure to track conditions.

At the end of the day I recomend the process to everyone who owns a Subaru its a really rewarding and enjoyable process. Back in '02 it was an 11 second pass that I wanted and I will never forget the feeling of satisfaction when I finally achieved that goal at the epic Subaru Shootout.

In some ways I am even more satuified doing 10's as it was on pump gas and how I drive the car every day.

Soon, hopefully, the car will be going 9's

Certainly, it would now fare very well against all the Evos at a WRX vs EVO event and that was my goal with this car since day one.

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Is it even possible to run into the 9's on this turbo aren't you running the .63 a/r hot side? I hear that only is ok to run if you have a T4 inlet on the back housing.

Still 9's dang man idk. Might need some spray even then Big Valley didn't get his in the 9's on the 35r with spray and race fuel. I think there best was 10.2 or 10.1
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Old 10-14-2008, 12:05 AM   #103
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Don't worry, my next round of modifications will include a larger turbo. Later this week we will be tuning a customer's car with the new wheel so I will have some data on how it works. BTW, just for kicks, I went 9's on my Gt35 equipped Evo 8 4 years ago.
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Old 10-14-2008, 02:58 AM   #104
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Don't worry, my next round of modifications will include a larger turbo. Later this week we will be tuning a customer's car with the new wheel so I will have some data on how it works. BTW, just for kicks, I went 9's on my Gt35 equipped Evo 8 4 years ago.
Really??? You have proof? I'm not saying it's impossible.

If so why not keep the 35R on the STi?
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Old 10-14-2008, 11:23 AM   #105
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Really??? You have proof? I'm not saying it's impossible.

If so why not keep the 35R on the STi?
Do I have proof?

Thats a funny one.

Let me fill you in on a little past history.

When my Evo went 9's on the Gt35, (as a full street car still registered and driven daily), it was at a NHRA national event at Raceway Park in front of some 10,000 people including then then editor of Turbo Magazine, Evan Griffey. When I completed the then record fastest Evo pass without NOS and the first Evo into the 9's without NOS, Even took a lot of pictures and he wrote yet another article in Turbo Magazine all about my car and what I had changed since the last time they had me on the cover of Turbo Magazine.

Of course all of this went down a long time ago, perhaps before you even owned a turbo charged car so I am not suprized if you were not familar with some of my past accomplsihments.

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PS - Of course a lot has changed in the last years and we all now know that a Gt35 based turbo can make even more power and go even faster.

For example just yesterday David Buschur's street RS Evo went 9.0 with a GT35 based turbo - nearly into the 10's and he also recently went 9's with the same car on PUMP GAS.
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Old 10-14-2008, 12:59 PM   #106
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Do I have proof?

Thats a funny one.

Let me fill you in on a little past history.

When my Evo went 9's on the Gt35, (as a full street car still registered and driven daily), it was at a NHRA national event at Raceway Park in front of some 10,000 people including then then editor of Turbo Magazine, Evan Griffey. When I completed the then record fastest Evo pass without NOS and the first Evo into the 9's without NOS, Even took a lot of pictures and he wrote yet another article in Turbo Magazine all about my car and what I had changed since the last time they had me on the cover of Turbo Magazine.

Of course all of this went down a long time ago, perhaps before you even owned a turbo charged car so I am not suprized if you were not familar with some of my past accomplsihments.

Al

PS - Of course a lot has changed in the last years and we all now know that a Gt35 based turbo can make even more power and go even faster.

For example just yesterday David Buschur's street RS Evo went 9.0 with a GT35 based turbo - nearly into the 10's and he also recently went 9's with the same car on PUMP GAS.

Yea I wasn't into the whole evo sti thing. I was more of a Muscle car guy to be honest with you. I was brought yup around muscle car's all my life my uncle Tony Supino run's NHRA with his 7 second Nova.

I'd say I've been into rice burners for about 6 years now.


I saw Busher's 9.1 run That's insane... Congrats for him man. Why aren't you walking in his foot step's on that one? u should get the FS35 or w/e in your Evo. why the 37? Do they sell that FS turbo for Subaru's?
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Old 10-14-2008, 01:25 PM   #107
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Yea I wasn't into the whole evo sti thing. I was more of a Muscle car guy to be honest with you. I was brought yup around muscle car's all my life my uncle Tony Supino run's NHRA with his 7 second Nova.

I'd say I've been into rice burners for about 6 years now.


I saw Busher's 9.1 run That's insane... Congrats for him man. Why aren't you walking in his foot step's on that one? u should get the FS35 or w/e in your Evo. why the 37? Do they sell that FS turbo for Subaru's?
Anyone who has a Gt35 can be converted to a FS635.

A FS635 will fit directly into a Subaru which currently has a Gt35.

Similarly the forced Perfoprmance HTA 35 can be done on any Gt35.

The reason why I am running the Gt37 in my Evo is that it has a bit more top end power. I am making 800 whp on race gas.

After our results on Suman's car (Evo IX with 62/62 pump and meth) - making nearly 700 whp on pump and meth on the 63/62, I may decide to go with the 62/62 turbo on my Evo and my Subaru. Here is the video of the tuning on Suman's car - he did not believe that his car could make nearly 700 whp with the new 62/62 turbo so we had to test it in front of him.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6OGlXcKfMGY

As a bonus we take a nice young lady for a ride in my STI at the conclusion of the video

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Old 10-14-2008, 05:54 PM   #108
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Anyone who has a Gt35 can be converted to a FS635.

A FS635 will fit directly into a Subaru which currently has a Gt35.

Similarly the forced Perfoprmance HTA 35 can be done on any Gt35.

The reason why I am running the Gt37 in my Evo is that it has a bit more top end power. I am making 800 whp on race gas.

After our results on Suman's car (Evo IX with 62/62 pump and meth) - making nearly 700 whp on pump and meth on the 63/62, I may decide to go with the 62/62 turbo on my Evo and my Subaru. Here is the video of the tuning on Suman's car - he did not believe that his car could make nearly 700 whp with the new 62/62 turbo so we had to test it in front of him.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6OGlXcKfMGY

As a bonus we take a nice young lady for a ride in my STI at the conclusion of the video

Yea I seen that lol didn't you race him though and pull on him with the sti?
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Old 10-14-2008, 11:11 PM   #109
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Anyone who has a Gt35 can be converted to a FS635.

A FS635 will fit directly into a Subaru which currently has a Gt35.

Similarly the forced Perfoprmance HTA 35 can be done on any Gt35.

The reason why I am running the Gt37 in my Evo is that it has a bit more top end power. I am making 800 whp on race gas.

After our results on Suman's car (Evo IX with 62/62 pump and meth) - making nearly 700 whp on pump and meth on the 63/62, I may decide to go with the 62/62 turbo on my Evo and my Subaru. Here is the video of the tuning on Suman's car - he did not believe that his car could make nearly 700 whp with the new 62/62 turbo so we had to test it in front of him.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6OGlXcKfMGY

As a bonus we take a nice young lady for a ride in my STI at the conclusion of the video
The 6262 is a mean turbo... I'm running the 6265 myself. I just "downgraded" from a 37R after it was toast.
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Old 10-14-2008, 11:17 PM   #110
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Sadly those 37R's seem to become toast way too easily
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Old 10-14-2008, 11:36 PM   #111
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Congrats Al, you put alot of effort and testing into that STi great to see it getting down the track without a hitch this time!

Still some time left in the season? It's becoming good turbo weather, nice and cool
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Old 10-15-2008, 10:11 AM   #112
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The STI is running great, but I finally met my match last evening in George's Mcoupe tiwn turbo which was able to pull smartly away from my STI on 3rd gear pulls.

Of course from a dig, there is no way he could obatin any traction, but just knowing that he has the edge in top end power is enough to motivate me to take the next step immediately.

I has feeling content, but now I have been roused from my period of enjoyment to begin the next phase of my project.

The highly illegal video is on my You tube channel

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Wow that M Coupe is redicoulous. What power it making? Mods on it?
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The STI is running great, but I finally met my match last evening in George's Mcoupe tiwn turbo which was able to pull smartly away from my STI on 3rd gear pulls.

Of course from a dig, there is no way he could obatin any traction, but just knowing that he has the edge in top end power is enough to motivate me to take the next step immediately.

I has feeling content, but now I have been roused from my period of enjoyment to begin the next phase of my project.

The highly illegal video is on my You tube channel

Al

Great to motivate you Bro, take your car to the next level and I will continue to turn up the boost in the mean time!

Well it was all good and fun, now lets put a real turbo on that STI!

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race him in the evo
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Wow that M Coupe is redicoulous. What power it making? Mods on it?
Stock motor completely (Stock Internals)

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race him in the evo
He will be bringing a gun to a knife fight!

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^^^Nice. Didn't realize the stock motors were that stout. What power it making?
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s52 or s54??
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S52 3.2

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^^^Nice. Didn't realize the stock motors were that stout. What power it making?
Well over 600rwhp and 600rwt SAE

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I don't care I still want a see it, or maybe Summan's evo vs the bad bish II.

please

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Sumans Evo or George's Bad Bosh Evo would toast the M Coupe - no matter what other delusions George may have regarding german power at the end of the day its just another overpowered car with only two tires pushing it

Having a Subaru is about balance, fenese and style. I have been on the phone today with Robert at FP - a new turbo is on its way. Round 2 comming up next week !
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Al race this kid he wants to run for 5k..

http://www.s2ki.com/forums/index.php...#entry14553326

I want to run him he's a douche bag but i don't have 5k lol
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Old 10-15-2008, 09:31 PM   #125
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Al race this kid he wants to run for 5k..

http://www.s2ki.com/forums/index.php...#entry14553326

I want to run him he's a douche bag but i don't have 5k lol
I'm guessing the GT35R_STI is you.
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