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Old 02-18-2009, 10:00 PM   #26
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my 06 sti stock turbo i put down 298whp on a mustang.. i got a turbo back, tgvs,fuel pump and a tune from FAT im looking to get a 18g and 850 injectors and still keeping my TMIC i was told i should see somewhere around 375whp. Sound about right? what would i improve if i went to a FMIC?
that aint gonna happen on a mustand dyno **** i dont think it will happen on a dynapack either, not even with a fmic. maybe with meth?
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Old 02-18-2009, 10:01 PM   #27
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Thanks for the feedback all, I appreciate it. I recieved many pms asking about the turbo, heres a link to the deadbolt zilla TD05 18g info.
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Old 02-18-2009, 10:07 PM   #28
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Why does the hp curve flatten out between 4700-5200? Never seen that before.
Not sure, I could make up any random reason but I think Matt would have a more educated answer.

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nice numbers, might want to start saving for an upgraded trans. I'm looking forward to my new set-up this spring and being tuned by matt at 555
Im going to ride out the trans till it lets go, and when it does DS1 is a few miles away. Im definitely going to need an aftermarket clutch soon regardless.
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Old 02-19-2009, 12:49 AM   #29
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my 06 sti stock turbo i put down 298whp on a mustang.. i got a turbo back, tgvs,fuel pump and a tune from FAT im looking to get a 18g and 850 injectors and still keeping my TMIC i was told i should see somewhere around 375whp. Sound about right? what would i improve if i went to a FMIC?
Honestly, I've rarely seen VF39's but down that much on a Mustang dyno, especially not without more little bolt-on parts...not sure how it would compare to Komet's.

I haven't seen an 18G make that kind of power on any dyno, Dynojet, Dynapack, whatever. For a Mustang dyno, I'd think more around 325whp max for an 18G setup....even on an FMIC.

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Not sure, I could make up any random reason but I think Matt would have a more educated answer.
Without seeing your logs, I would guess it's related to timing. Since your car's more of a DD, it's most likely tuned more conservatively and not running all that much ignition advance throughout the RPM range...especially around the flat spot. All about keeping it safe.
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Old 02-19-2009, 12:51 AM   #30
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Just a FYI a stock sti's 100% stock not even an intake, puts down

220hp
230tq on this dyno
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Old 02-19-2009, 01:30 PM   #31
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Not sure, I could make up any random reason but I think Matt would have a more educated answer.
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There are actually a few reasons for that, the first and simplest one was that the ECU was in "7" a special CL when we did the pull, that means that the AVCS settings I had in place we'ren't running on that pull as a result.

Timing was conservative as it is his daily driver but in this case had no impact on that mid range leveling out. That being said if we did another pull now where the ECU would go into "10" OL then you'd see that level spot gone.
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cant wait to get mine dynoed
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