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Old 03-28-2009, 06:06 PM   #1
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Default Goodspeed 2008 STI GT35R Twinscroll build

Goodspeed's New GT35R twin-scroll kit for my 2008 STI will begin on Monday (3/30) and I wanted to share some preliminary info. The turbo is a GT35R twin scroll- .78 A/R, 64mm 84 trim with twin wastegates. This is a custom setup that Goodspeed developed. Here the projected mod list for this kit:

Goodspeed GT35R w/twin wastegate setup
Goodspeed FMIC
850CC injectors
255lph Walbro feul pump
Goodspeed Speed density air intake
Downpipe/Upipe
One level down colder sparkplugs - not sure what brand or gap yet.

Pics will arrive after the build has made some good progression.

Current mods are:

Cobb AP with Stage 1 AZ91 Map.
Cobb SSK
Cobb Turbo heat shield
Cobb front and rear sway bar kit
Cobb Sport springs
Invidia Q300 exhaust
Whiteline rear suspension bushings
Kartboy Front Endlinks
Whiteline steering rack bushings
Motul fluids for engine, diff, and transmission

Contact GoodSpeed Performance Lab @ 480.747.6150 for pricing.

I got this part of this excerpt from Captain Inferno's thread on NASIOC:

""Quoted from there web site" Our goal: To provide our customers a no-compromise, completely streetable turbo kit. One with extremely fast spool and a smooth power band, while still providing massive HP and torque potential. A step closer to having your cake and eating it to! For this reason we have chosen our own GT35 twin scroll configuration using a fully divided header and custom up pipe. The separate waist gates can be plumed back into the exhaust for a stealth street setup or dump for race applications."

Our goal is to make about 400WHP on 91pump since I am still on the stock block and clutch. Dont want to push it over that since I cant afford a new motor right now. I do have plans in about 1 year or so to possibly upgrade to either a new shortblock or build the motor up to run boost. I know this kit is not even close to hitting its peak on the stock block but this is my plan to upgrade slowly and enjoy each phase.

My car has about 6100 miles now and I just completed a leakdown and compression test at Goodspeed. Results are:

Compression 130, 130, 130, 130
Leakdown 4%, 4%, 4%, 4%

Motor is pretty tight so I am pretty confident that it should hold that power for a little while.......

Here are a few pics of the ride and the suspension work.
http://flickr.com/gp/34691491@N05/7kT0c7
http://flickr.com/gp/34691491@N05/6Gs6EX
http://flickr.com/gp/34691491@N05/U41594
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http://flickr.com/gp/34691491@N05/D65M33
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Old 03-28-2009, 11:09 PM   #2
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Goodspeed's New GT35R twin-scroll kit for my 2008 STI will begin on Monday (3/30) and I wanted to share some preliminary info. The turbo is a GT35R twin scroll- .78 A/R, 64mm 84 trim with twin wastegates. This is a custom setup that Goodspeed developed. Here the projected mod list for this kit:

Goodspeed GT35R w/twin wastegate setup
Goodspeed FMIC
850CC injectors
255lph Walbro feul pump
Goodspeed Speed density air intake
Downpipe/Upipe
One level down colder sparkplugs - not sure what brand or gap yet.

Pics will arrive after the build has made some good progression.

Current mods are:

Cobb AP with Stage 1 AZ91 Map.
Cobb SSK
Cobb Turbo heat shield
Cobb front and rear sway bar kit
Cobb Sport springs
Invidia Q300 exhaust
Whiteline rear suspension bushings
Kartboy Front Endlinks
Whiteline steering rack bushings
Motul fluids for engine, diff, and transmission

Contact GoodSpeed Performance Lab @ 480.747.6150 for pricing.

I got this part of this excerpt from Captain Inferno's thread on NASIOC:

""Quoted from there web site" Our goal: To provide our customers a no-compromise, completely streetable turbo kit. One with extremely fast spool and a smooth power band, while still providing massive HP and torque potential. A step closer to having your cake and eating it to! For this reason we have chosen our own GT35 twin scroll configuration using a fully divided header and custom up pipe. The separate waist gates can be plumed back into the exhaust for a stealth street setup or dump for race applications."

Our goal is to make about 400WHP on 91pump since I am still on the stock block and clutch. Dont want to push it over that since I cant afford a new motor right now. I do have plans in about 1 year or so to possibly upgrade to either a new shortblock or build the motor up to run boost. I know this kit is not even close to hitting its peak on the stock block but this is my plan to upgrade slowly and enjoy each phase.

My car has about 6100 miles now and I just completed a leakdown and compression test at Goodspeed. Results are:

Compression 130, 130, 130, 130
Leakdown 4%, 4%, 4%, 4%

Motor is pretty tight so I am pretty confident that it should hold that power for a little while.......

Here are a few pics of the ride and the suspension work.
http://flickr.com/gp/34691491@N05/7kT0c7
http://flickr.com/gp/34691491@N05/6Gs6EX
http://flickr.com/gp/34691491@N05/U41594
http://flickr.com/gp/34691491@N05/Ho2S80
http://flickr.com/gp/34691491@N05/D65M33
http://flickr.com/gp/34691491@N05/51VzeW
http://flickr.com/gp/34691491@N05/e8c3Wa
Nice car... What power are you expecting to get after all mods? What are you expecting to do with so much power?
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Old 03-29-2009, 11:01 AM   #3
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The turbo is a GT35R twin scroll- .78 A/R, 64mm 84 trim with twin wastegates.
i will have more proof in about a week or so, with more dyno results, but i am really starting to believe that the twin scroll turbos start to stand out with the larger a/r. I was tuned with the .85 a/r on the 40r and power was a little lower than expected...since then i have put in a 1.06a/r and the spool is actually better than the .85, i think the .85 was just too restrictive with my custom UR header...i think it should be something to reconsider (the.78 a/r, go with a larger a/r) thatís my .02 best of luck!
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Old 03-29-2009, 11:31 AM   #4
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Thanks onlyturbo for reposting the first post in the second post. I dont think I read it the first time.



That muffler is ugly as sin with the pipe going straight in from the bottom. I think it will have clearance issues for some people.
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Old 03-29-2009, 11:37 AM   #5
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130 compression is pretty low. the lowest end of the spec in the service manual is 142psi.
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Old 03-29-2009, 01:13 PM   #6
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130 compression is pretty low. the lowest end of the spec in the service manual is 142psi.

The are three potential other causes for consistant lower readings like that:

(1) A Built motor with loose tolerances (my CP piston block with 4 thou measured at about 130)

(2) Low temperatures

(3) Low cranking RPM from having battery in the trunk, or using jumper cords to jump from the battery to the car due to removing the battery to get to the spark plugs.

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Old 03-29-2009, 01:37 PM   #7
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Or a gauge that is off
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Old 03-29-2009, 02:40 PM   #8
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The are three potential other causes for consistant lower readings like that:

(1) A Built motor with loose tolerances (my CP piston block with 4 thou measured at about 130) - No. Stock motor.

(2) Low temperatures - Not too low, maybe 55 degrees

(3) Low cranking RPM from having battery in the trunk, or using jumper cords to jump from the battery to the car due to removing the battery to get to the spark plugs. - We were using a portable battery since the main battery was removed.
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Old 03-29-2009, 02:42 PM   #9
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Nice car... What power are you expecting to get after all mods? What are you expecting to do with so much power?
If you mean after the built motor, I am looking to have a solid mid-low 10sec 1/4 car.
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Old 03-29-2009, 03:31 PM   #10
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The are three potential other causes for consistant lower readings like that:

(1) A Built motor with loose tolerances (my CP piston block with 4 thou measured at about 130)

(2) Low temperatures

(3) Low cranking RPM from having battery in the trunk, or using jumper cords to jump from the battery to the car due to removing the battery to get to the spark plugs.

Jeff
ah ok good to know, i didnt see built motor listed on there so i figured id mention it to see if the OP was aware
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Old 03-29-2009, 04:05 PM   #11
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I was just talking to Jon about this yesterday. Can't wait to see how it turns out and what numbers it puts down.
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Old 03-29-2009, 04:41 PM   #12
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Congrats man on your setup. Joe and Jon are top notch at what they do, Joe built my 04 STi back in 04 and I'm very very happy with what I have. Post up some pics when the job is done.

Thanks
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Old 03-31-2009, 10:42 AM   #13
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Subb'ed, I'm interesting in the spool and power this makes!
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Old 03-31-2009, 10:07 PM   #14
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i will have more proof in about a week or so, with more dyno results, but i am really starting to believe that the twin scroll turbos start to stand out with the larger a/r. I was tuned with the .85 a/r on the 40r and power was a little lower than expected...since then i have put in a 1.06a/r and the spool is actually better than the .85, i think the .85 was just too restrictive with my custom UR header...i think it should be something to reconsider (the.78 a/r, go with a larger a/r) thatís my .02 best of luck!
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Congrats man on your setup. Joe and Jon are top notch at what they do, Joe built my 04 STi back in 04 and I'm very very happy with what I have. Post up some pics when the job is done.

Thanks
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I was just talking to Jon about this yesterday. Can't wait to see how it turns out and what numbers it puts down.
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Subb'ed, I'm interesting in the spool and power this makes!
Thanks everyone. I cant wait for the first dyno run .

Latest update, car is torn down and the build up has begun . This will take several weeks since the FMIC and Intake is brand new to the 08 and will need to designed and fitted. Will post pics when they become available.
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Old 03-31-2009, 11:11 PM   #15
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I dyno'd my car at Goodspeed today. .

the Sti is going to be a BEAST. Jon is hard at work haha

barely even said hi lol
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Old 04-05-2009, 02:47 PM   #16
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http://flickr.com/gp/34691491@N05/74yNHn

http://flickr.com/gp/34691491@N05/F5521p

Here are 2 sneak pics of the project. Jon has been hard at work the last 4 days.

Yes, that is a 4inch intake with a massive air filter.
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Old 04-05-2009, 04:48 PM   #17
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Good luck with the build -

I built nearly the same kit, albiet with a built block and Jun head/valvetrain w/ kelford cams...

You're going to see how quickly your fuel cuts you short of your HP goals past 400whp with the 255lph - I had to upgrade to a Automotive 250GPH fuel pump w/ pressure regulator and 1000cc injectors to crest over the 500 whp mark... after that though, fuel issues weren't much of a problem...

I'm sure you're already trackin that, but ay, its worth a mention. Granted the dyno I was on was incredibly low reading, so who knows what the actual numbers were...

I'll be looking forward to seeing what the results are on the stock block... the built block SCREAMS with that setup... I'm using a single wastegate however, divorced from the up-pipe(s) at an equal length. I couldnt find the room to fit two wastegates in there, but I suppose it can be done in such a slim location(aps did it, and you're doing it as well - congrats!).

difference between the normal 35/40r (.78a/r atp turbo) and the conventional 35r is pretty substantial when it comes to spooling at lower RPM's.

You're going to have a fun time with your setup.

pm me for pics/ideas if you run into any problems.

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Old 04-05-2009, 06:48 PM   #18
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Good luck with the build -

I built nearly the same kit, albiet with a built block and Jun head/valvetrain w/ kelford cams...

You're going to see how quickly your fuel cuts you short of your HP goals past 400whp with the 255lph - I had to upgrade to a Automotive 250GPH fuel pump w/ pressure regulator and 1000cc injectors to crest over the 500 whp mark... after that though, fuel issues weren't much of a problem...

I'm sure you're already trackin that, but ay, its worth a mention. Granted the dyno I was on was incredibly low reading, so who knows what the actual numbers were...

I'll be looking forward to seeing what the results are on the stock block... the built block SCREAMS with that setup... I'm using a single wastegate however, divorced from the up-pipe(s) at an equal length. I couldnt find the room to fit two wastegates in there, but I suppose it can be done in such a slim location(aps did it, and you're doing it as well - congrats!).

difference between the normal 35/40r (.78a/r atp turbo) and the conventional 35r is pretty substantial when it comes to spooling at lower RPM's.

You're going to have a fun time with your setup.

pm me for pics/ideas if you run into any problems.

kor
Thanks Man! My plan is definitely to use the stock block for a while and save up for a new built block later.
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Old 04-06-2009, 06:21 AM   #19
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please use forged after market pistons..
or you'll be replacing them..
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http://flickr.com/gp/34691491@N05/74yNHn

http://flickr.com/gp/34691491@N05/F5521p

Here are 2 sneak pics of the project. Jon has been hard at work the last 4 days.

Yes, that is a 4inch intake with a massive air filter.
Looks good, I cant wait to some more pics and some vids.
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Old 04-08-2009, 10:05 AM   #21
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I stopped by Goodspeed and saw your car.... WOW that looks SICK! Congrats. I cant wait to see that thing tear'en it up. Looks awsome man, hats of to the guys at Goodspeed.
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Old 04-08-2009, 10:10 PM   #22
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I stopped by Goodspeed and saw your car.... WOW that looks SICK! Congrats. I cant wait to see that thing tear'en it up. Looks awsome man, hats of to the guys at Goodspeed.
Thanks Man! I plan on stopping by Friday to check out all of the changes. I just got done talking with Joe to see if I can post more sneak pics. They are making incredible progress.

Hats off too to Jon and Joe at Goodspeed.
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You should see this thing now! THat True 4 inch intake and 4 inch downpipe is just sick. Jon is doing some great fab work!

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Old 04-09-2009, 12:38 PM   #24
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is this car gonna run a maf still? didnt see it in the intake anywhere....
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Old 04-09-2009, 01:58 PM   #25
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is this car gonna run a maf still? didnt see it in the intake anywhere....
No MAF. Speed Density.
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