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Old 03-28-2009, 09:49 AM   #26
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1) Your injectors size- 950cc sti stock modded
2) Injector duty cycle- waiting
3) Elevation- 1,217ft
4) Turbo- Rotated Borg Warner S256, .63ar

Just got finished with the kit and waiting to get tuned. So dyno graph will be up soon. This will be a crazy ass graph tho, turbo already has full spool by 3600-3700rpm on 93 pump gas, can't wait to see what e85 will do lol.
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Old 03-28-2009, 11:33 AM   #27
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1. DW765
2. 85%
3. 1200ft
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Old 03-28-2009, 11:59 AM   #28
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1) Your injectors size-DW1100cc
2) Injector duty cycle-85%
3) Elevation-I guess around 0ft
4) Turbo- Element Tuning stock location GT65
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Old 03-28-2009, 01:09 PM   #29
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UPDATED

wow that was a lot of work

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Hey I have an 02 - stock 205 and 18g Wish I had an 04 sti!!
I just fix it

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i ran a 11.017 at 128.6 if you want to add that. my goals is a 10 second slip soon. the density altitude was 7400' asl the day i ran that time.
I added your time slip link

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V7 ej207, Cosworth 2.2L Stroker, Walbro FP, Hyperflow FMIC, Perrin Big intake, AEM intake filter,

1) Your injectors size --8??cc modded STi Inj
2) Injector duty cycle (if you have it), ----dont have it
3) Elevation,---- 84FT
4) Turbo--- Power Enterprise 1818
Just finishing the Engine build and Dyno coming soon....... staytuned Muahahahahahaha!
I can't wait

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1) Your injectors size- 950cc sti stock modded
2) Injector duty cycle- waiting
3) Elevation- 1,217ft
4) Turbo- Rotated Borg Warner S256, .63ar

Just got finished with the kit and waiting to get tuned. So dyno graph will be up soon. This will be a crazy ass graph tho, turbo already has full spool by 3600-3700rpm on 93 pump gas, can't wait to see what e85 will do lol.
is this the custom rotated setup that I read about in this section like a month ago? is going to be crazy

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1. DW765
2. 85%
3. 1200ft
4. VF39
I added you

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1) Your injectors size-DW1100cc
2) Injector duty cycle-85%
3) Elevation-I guess around 0ft
4) Turbo- Element Tuning stock location GT65
and you

Please everybody check that your data is correct!

Thank you all
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Old 03-28-2009, 04:04 PM   #30
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This is a sick thread! Can't wait for the 07 6mt to get an ET/whp/wtq on the new setup I.D. on my upipe is 2.25 lol...
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Old 03-28-2009, 06:37 PM   #31
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1) Your injectors size 850cc
2) Injector duty cycle (if you have it), 97%
3) Elevation 500 ft
4) Turbo TD05-20G-8cm

)8 Sti - 20.5 psi.



My timing for this run.

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Old 03-28-2009, 07:43 PM   #32
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I think the timing curve should be included along with the other data.

E seems to like a strange amount of timing - be nice to see others results.

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Old 03-28-2009, 10:58 PM   #33
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Every one that tunes should include timing that would be cool E does seem to like strange amounts....We should make it total timing though...
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Old 03-29-2009, 10:54 AM   #34
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I need someone to tune me for e85
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Old 03-29-2009, 11:20 AM   #35
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I need someone to tune me for e85
PM 06rexwagon or visit his website camtuning.com he is a great tuner and he can tune you over the internet.

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Old 03-29-2009, 12:26 PM   #36
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Or you could to to learn how to tune yourself with RomRaider....
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Old 03-29-2009, 02:20 PM   #37
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Homebuilt Holset HE351 Setup

840cc Injectors
95% IDC ~ 12.3:1 AFR's
6700ft elevation
100% E85

<--- Hopes he never has to go back to pump gas!
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Old 03-29-2009, 05:24 PM   #38
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I have an update-

328ftq and 351whp according to airboys spreadsheet :0


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Old 03-29-2009, 05:47 PM   #39
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while all these results are great. you cant really compare what injectors u need for your turbo. two guys have the same turbo but different injectors. the 1680Cc injector is at 88% IDC while the 1100Cc is at 95%IDC. thats weird.
I plan on going E85 with my ATP 3076. My IDC's were 71% with 869Cc injectors on pump. I'm sending my injectors in to DW for 950Cc which i believe will be good for E85.
how do you compare and know what size you need? This info should be for people who are thinking about going E85. Maybe im just confused but it the IDC's with the turbo's dont look right to me.
Both those turbos GT35R's were at high elevation. My buddie SwiftWRX1 has 1100CC with a GT65 and his IDC's are 85% with Sea Level elevation.
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Old 03-29-2009, 06:36 PM   #40
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while all these results are great. you cant really compare what injectors u need for your turbo. two guys have the same turbo but different injectors. the 1680Cc injector is at 88% IDC while the 1100Cc is at 95%IDC. thats weird.
I plan on going E85 with my ATP 3076. My IDC's were 71% with 869Cc injectors on pump. I'm sending my injectors in to DW for 950Cc which i believe will be good for E85.
how do you compare and know what size you need? This info should be for people who are thinking about going E85. Maybe im just confused but it the IDC's with the turbo's dont look right to me.
Both those turbos GT35R's were at high elevation. My buddie SwiftWRX1 has 1100CC with a GT65 and his IDC's are 85% with Sea Level elevation.

Look into the bosch 1000's... They are good for 1600 with increased fuel pressure..

Take your guesstimated need for injector on pump fuel and multiply it by 1.25-1.3 and that is the size you'll need. Anything over 1100cc you need bigger than a walbro 255.

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Old 03-29-2009, 09:36 PM   #41
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2003 WRX Wagon

Injectors: DW1100
Fuel Pump: Bosch 044 single
Turbo: Rotated GT35R 0.82 exhaust housing, 21 psi
IDC's: 75%, 60 psi static
Target AFR: 11.2 AFR gas eqiv.
EM: Autronic tuned by me
Elevation: Portland Oregon, 600 ft'ish

Final power 460 WHP / 452 TQ

This dyno run shows 465/447 with WCF
http://www.mickandsarah.com/Movies/e85-450-450.mp4
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Old 03-29-2009, 09:39 PM   #42
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2003 WRX Wagon

Injectors: DW1100
Fuel Pump: Bosch 044 single
Turbo: Rotated GT35R 0.82 exhaust housing, 21 psi
IDC's: 75%, 60 psi static
Target AFR: 11.2 AFR gas eqiv.
EM: Autronic tuned by me
Elevation: Portland Oregon, 600 ft'ish

Final power 460 WHP / 452 TQ

This dyno run shows 465/447 with WCF
http://www.mickandsarah.com/Movies/e85-450-450.mp4
Mick - do you run E85 on your track days?
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Old 03-30-2009, 12:47 AM   #43
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is this the custom rotated setup that I read about in this section like a month ago? is going to be crazy
l
yea it's the custom Borg Warner s256 set up (lil less power, but whole lot spool gain). Man this set up got me sold over a UR 3582 rotated kit, which i have a now just sitting my garage. Anybody wanna buy almost brand new UR3582r rotated kit for the cheap?
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Old 03-30-2009, 12:49 AM   #44
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I need someone to tune me for e85
i got someone who has been doing so for 2 years here in ATL, if you want to make the trip down. He's dong all the work (turbo/tune wise) on my car too.

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Look into the bosch 1000's... They are good for 1600 with increased fuel pressure..

Take your guesstimated need for injector on pump fuel and multiply it by 1.25-1.3 and that is the size you'll need. Anything over 1100cc you need bigger than a walbro 255.

-Jerod
so u are saying they are rated at up to 1600cc even though they are sold stating they are 1000'cc
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Old 03-30-2009, 12:50 AM   #45
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32mpg on E85. Suck it, bitches

Tuning, developing, and innovating with Subarus and E85 for 5 years. I'm glad to see it so widespread. I hate seeing people blow stuff up with it, brag about it, and then build something else that explodes. I think when it comes to E85...making 500hp twice, doesn't count, sorta like gas.

<---50k miles on E85 with no engine rebuilds.

My E85 2.5RS vs. stock 02 RS


Honestly, I could pull on a stock bugeye before the fuel swap. After the fuel swap, I could slay them like no other and haven't looked back. STis are more fun because I can find out just how well the driver does their job . I've never had one that didn't chase me . Bugeyes just give up.

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Old 03-30-2009, 01:22 AM   #46
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32mpg on E85. Suck it, bitches

Tuning, developing, and innovating with Subarus and E85 for 5 years. I'm glad to see it so widespread. I hate seeing people blow stuff up with it, brag about it, and then build something else that explodes. I think when it comes to E85...making 500hp twice, doesn't count, sorta like gas.

<---50k miles on E85 with no engine rebuilds.

My E85 2.5RS vs. stock 02 RS


Honestly, I could pull on a stock bugeye before the fuel swap. After the fuel swap, I could slay them like no other and haven't looked back. STis are more fun because I can find out just how well the driver does their job . I've never had one that didn't chase me . Bugeyes just give up.
i got a bugeye, can we play cat and mouse haha. Nice numbers.

I just got informed i gonna need dual pumps to play so i am gonna be on hold for couple of months. I got too many damn projects going on my car lol.
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What confuses me the most is running 16 seconds in the 1/4 mile but 0-145mph in a bit over 30 seconds in about a mile. Stopping takes about a 1/4 mile at that rate .I can not WAIT to do a real flying mile in this thing and see exactly where it lands. I figured out my 1/4 mile and power issues and should put down much better ETs this summer. Wheels and tires determine sooooooo much for me, unlike a turbo car.
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Old 03-30-2009, 03:20 AM   #48
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i got someone who has been doing so for 2 years here in ATL, if you want to make the trip down. He's dong all the work (turbo/tune wise) on my car too.


so u are saying they are rated at up to 1600cc even though they are sold stating they are 1000'cc

At 120psi they are capable of cleanly and reliably flowing 15xxcc. They are rated to 150psi static... meaning you could run anything up to 150psi of fuel pressure and they are 100% reliable. Most injectors hit a point well before that with reliability/clean flowing.

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Mick - do you run E85 on your track days?
Just re-tuned for E85, first track day on it in 2 weeks
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Old 03-30-2009, 01:52 PM   #50
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Just re-tuned for E85, first track day on it in 2 weeks

Sweet, post up your adventures.... got plenty of 5 gallon containers
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