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Old 12-17-2008, 02:01 PM   #1
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Default Not a Subie: AMR EVO 8 - 600whp / 93 Octane / Meth Injection

We have been able to get some time and put our 2005 Mitsubishi EVO 8 on the dyno. Numbers are pretty good. As soon as the weather breaks we will turn the piolet up and see what she really has to offer!

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- AMR 2.3L Stroker
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- AEM EMS tuned by AMR
- Buschur Ignition System
- Etc....


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Boost was kept low (for an evo) 27psi. AFR's were around 11.2-11.5. Nasty ride!!!




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Old 12-17-2008, 03:46 PM   #2
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booooo no care, Buschur has make more power with a HTA 35r and FS365 on only 93 oct, and his dyno reads low as hell.

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Old 12-17-2008, 03:55 PM   #3
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booooo no care, Buschur has make more power with a HTA 35r and FS365 on only 93 oct, and his dyno reads low as hell.


Our dyno reads just as low if not lower. Besides we are only at 27psi.


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Old 12-17-2008, 05:12 PM   #4
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Cool. That mod list is real close to the Evo we just did. We added the new Magnus intake manifold and picked up some power. If you haven't already talked about it that might kick things up a notch.
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Old 12-17-2008, 05:17 PM   #5
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Cool. That mod list is real close to the Evo we just did. We added the new Magnus intake manifold and picked up some power. If you haven't already talked about it that might kick things up a notch.

Thanks. We have thought about it. I honestly do not have much timing in this thing. Especially since we are running meth and only 27psi. There is alot of room for potential. I stopped at 600whp. Its snowing, were are we gonna go with it! Once race season starts I will kick it up to 45psi and see what she does.



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Old 12-17-2008, 05:19 PM   #6
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27psi is nothing for that motor... lets see 40psi.

Nice work, 600whp on that dyno is nothing to be ashamed of. This car is a beast in person...
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Old 12-17-2008, 05:34 PM   #7
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Our dyno reads just as low if not lower. Besides we are only at 27psi.


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blabla he made more power at 30psi with just 93 oct no meth and a much smaller turbo

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Old 12-17-2008, 05:38 PM   #8
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blabla he made more power at 30psi with just 93 oct no meth and a much smaller turbo



Lets compare dyno #'s from two completely different dyno's! You obviously have no idea what you are talking about. I've watched a stock STI put down 199whp/202wtq on this dyno
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Old 12-17-2008, 05:47 PM   #9
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Sick numbers! Everytime I see a nicely done evo, it makes me ALMOST want one over my STi. Damn things make so much power so easily! I can't wait to see what 40psi lays down......
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Old 12-17-2008, 06:47 PM   #10
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Lets compare dyno #'s from two completely different dyno's! You obviously have no idea what you are talking about. I've watched a stock STI put down 199whp/202wtq on this dyno
do you know who is Buschur racing in the EVO world, Do you know who is AMR in the EVO world? and Buschurs dyno is the benchmark for low reading dynos.

just and example
http://forums.evolutionm.net/evo-eng...eets-ohio.html

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Old 12-17-2008, 07:11 PM   #11
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Buschurs dyno is the benchmark for low reading dynos.
Bitch, are you retarded?

Go back to EvoM with your "benchmark" for low reading dynos.

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Old 12-17-2008, 07:57 PM   #12
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Bitch, are you retarded?

Go back to EvoM with your "benchmark" for low reading dynos.
Nice numbers. ^^ LOL
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Old 12-17-2008, 08:01 PM   #13
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Bitch, are you retarded?
LOLOLOL!!!

amazing..

ok back on topic hey AMR I came from the Evo world. That's a great looking car. 27psi is nothing, I don't know if I'd be out to hit 40psi, I guess that really depends on if it's a 4088 or a 4094. The point remands you alot more room to grow! I can't wait to see what that beast does with more octane and more boost.

Got any pictures of the ride? =D
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Old 12-17-2008, 08:26 PM   #14
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FWIW, last I knew Buschurs' dyno does like 210 whp for an evo 9 or STI, AMRs reads basically a little lower. cars are going to vary a little.

awesome for 27 psi, thats subaru boost levels not EVO levels

have fun with it this holiday in the snow Rob.

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Old 12-17-2008, 08:27 PM   #15
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do you know who is Buschur racing in the EVO world, Do you know who is AMR in the EVO world? and Buschurs dyno is the benchmark for low reading dynos.

just and example
http://forums.evolutionm.net/evo-eng...eets-ohio.html

You can't compare two different turbos, different cars, in different locations. What are you smoking!
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Trolling is common on EvoM...I just wish the trolls would stay there.

These guys posted a respectable graph and said they haven't pushed the setup yet. They didn't say it was a record breaker or better than your buddy Buschur or anything. Give it a rest!
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Old 12-17-2008, 09:36 PM   #17
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Trolling is common on EvoM...I just wish the trolls would stay there.

These guys posted a respectable graph and said they haven't pushed the setup yet. They didn't say it was a record breaker or better than your buddy Buschur or anything. Give it a rest!

Well Put!!!!!!!!!!!!


Great Job ROB!!!

AMR FTW!!!


I cant wait to see what she does when its turned up.
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always impressed with the AMR setups, good job guys!
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Old 12-18-2008, 02:38 AM   #19
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i hate these threads......it makes me wonder why i got an sti in the first place =x lols. nice numbers.
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Probably because those #s are not street friendly . Once you start going over the 400 whp mark your street drivabilty goes down the toilet .

PS Nice numbers
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Probably because those #s are not street friendly . Once you start going over the 400 whp mark your street drivabilty goes down the toilet.
Well, since you're only at 360WHP, that's an interesting statement.

Based on my personal experience with 504WHP, I disagree.
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Old 12-18-2008, 01:49 PM   #22
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Well, since you're only at 360WHP, that's an interesting statement.

Based on my personal experience with 504WHP, I disagree.
I got one of the most respected tuners in the world tuning my car and is also the head tuner for Cobb and even at 360 WHP the drivabilty of my car is degraded . If you are happy with a finky clutch, turbo lag and questionable reliability than go big by all means . By the general rule drivabilty does decrease as HP and Torque numbers rise .

When I was younger I worked at a exotic dealership that dealt with Lambos and Ferraris and I drove them on a regular basis and they where much more difficult to drive than our cars and where engineered to handle those HP and TQ numbers . Both the Evo and the STi where never built to handle the type of numbers that we throw at it, so what suffers is drivability, powerband and responsivness when you get up there . I wish people would brag about how they managed 400 whp on a mustang dyno and still have near stock like driving attributes, but that requires money to get your car there .
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they are blast. We did a IX GSR with a stock engine, our 35R, AEM Meth kit, Our pipfing, intercooler and stuff and it made 560whp at 29psi on 93 octane with the meth.
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Probably because those #s are not street friendly . Once you start going over the 400 whp mark your street drivabilty goes down the toilet .

PS Nice numbers
I disagree. I was up over 400whp on my STi and driveability was "stock like". Turbo lag was what it should have been for a turbo of that size and my idle was rock solid.

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^^^^^^^^^
Im not disagreeing with you . But with everybody Ive meet who has had big power cars EVO and STi always say there cars drivability is like stock and when I drive them its not the case at all . And Im not saying you cant make it close to stock it just requires attention to detail and the right part combinations with a kick ass tune .

Most people just throw a GT35 on there with the basic GT turbo enablers and go down to a anybody tuner and then claim my car hit over 600 whp on a dynojet, yo ! When you get in it and drive it, it drives like total crap " Sorry Ron " . I think a well balanced big horsepower car is going to take a lot of money .

My car is running 360 Whp on a mustang dyno a heartbreaker at that I think on a mustang dyno it would run closer to 390 my car is very responsive but degraded compared to stock and I spent a fortune to get it that way . It would of been a lot easier for me just to throw on a GT35 hit big numbers, but my car is more responsive and more percise than most and IMO a lot faster than a 450 whp car .

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