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Old 04-21-2009, 06:23 PM   #1
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Default Precision Tuning: Built motor, 35r 615whp, 591tq pump gas

It was raining and all nasty out yesterday so Cleo figured to tune his car with his new fuel setup. Pump gas results were great. Here are his mods:

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Precision Tuning short block
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Old 04-21-2009, 06:24 PM   #2
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holy ****! Congrats on the awesome numbers!
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Old 04-21-2009, 06:44 PM   #3
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how much boost

awesome numbers, congrats
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Old 04-21-2009, 06:49 PM   #4
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Your dyno must be waaay off!!!









JK. Things a beast. I'm glad cleo finally got her the way she shoul be!
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Old 04-21-2009, 06:53 PM   #5
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Gotta love those Honda motors... this a 2.4 build?

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Old 04-21-2009, 06:57 PM   #6
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Man, power for days. I dont think ive ever seen a 600 wheel car with full boost under 4.5 K, sick!

How come your not revving it out higher? Not even 8k??? I would kill for that powerband.
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Old 04-21-2009, 07:17 PM   #7
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Gotta love those Honda motors... this a 2.4 build?

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civic? it says 04 sti, i think he is postin for someone else
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Old 04-21-2009, 07:18 PM   #8
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civic? it says 04 sti, i think he is postin for someone else
My bad. Don't see that too often. Especially on pump.

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Old 04-21-2009, 07:26 PM   #9
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Great results. What else was done to the heads? bigger valves and port work?

This is the car that has the crazy fmic that flows up/down instead of side to side, right? that explains the awesome spool!
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Old 04-21-2009, 07:27 PM   #10
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My bad. Don't see that too often. Especially on pump.

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i thought it was something else at first but then i saw the tq numbers and knew it wasn't a honda

i would like to see what this thing can do at the track....whats the mysterious mod thats giving it so much power?
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Old 04-21-2009, 08:24 PM   #11
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Great results. What else was done to the heads? bigger valves and port work?

This is the car that has the crazy fmic that flows up/down instead of side to side, right? that explains the awesome spool!
I think thats on a customers car.

Damn Cleo thats a sick power band.
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Old 04-21-2009, 08:31 PM   #12
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What octane?
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Old 04-21-2009, 08:31 PM   #13
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i thought it was something else at first but then i saw the tq numbers and knew it wasn't a honda

i would like to see what this thing can do at the track....whats the mysterious mod thats giving it so much power?

This is quite unusual for a subaru motor. The magic mod could be anything. Dasani has/had a car that was also freakish. I will ask what I always ask...what does a stock STi do power wise? This will give us perspective. The powerband/area under the curve looks unbeatable on any track.

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Old 04-21-2009, 08:38 PM   #14
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This is quite unusual for a subaru motor. The magic mod could be anything. Dasani has/had a car that was also freakish. I will ask what I always ask...what does a stock STi do power wise? This will give us perspective. The powerband/area under the curve looks unbeatable on any track.

cp

hmmm I agree.

A stock dyno plot and a data log will help narrow this down.

fishy fishy
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Old 04-21-2009, 08:45 PM   #15
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How much boost?
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Old 04-21-2009, 08:55 PM   #16
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that spool is sick for a 35r, what a beast!!
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Old 04-21-2009, 10:55 PM   #17
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Like always ....good stuff meng

straight titstacular
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Old 04-21-2009, 11:01 PM   #18
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Awesome! Really nice results Cleo and PT. I need a hell ride the next time I'm in.
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Thats a stock 05 Sti, and the run previous to the original one posted.

I can't wait to see what Cleo does with her at the track now.

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Old 04-21-2009, 11:55 PM   #20
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hmmm I agree.

A stock dyno plot and a data log will help narrow this down.

fishy fishy
here go :

Code:
(rpm)   boost (psi)     knock ret.(deg.) duty cycle (%) sparktrim(deg) air temp (F)	
2900		0		0		5.2		0		73.4	
2900		0		0		6		0		73.4	
2950		0		0		6.8		0		73.4	
2900		0		0		7.2		0		73.4	
2950		0		0		8		0		71.6	
2950		0		0		9.6		0		73.4	
2950		0		0		11.2		0		73.4	
2950		0		0		12.8		0		73.4	
3000		0		0		13.6		0		73.4	
3000		0		0		13.6		0		73.4	
3000		0		0		13.6		0		73.4	
3000		0		0		13.6		0		73.4	
3050		0		0		13.6		0		73.4	
3050		0		0		15.6		0		73.4	
3050		0		0		15.6		0		71.6	
3100		0		0		16.4		0		73.4	
3100		0		0		16.4		0		73.4	
3150		0.61		0		16.4		0		73.4	
3150		1.23		0		16.8		0		71.6	
3150		1.23		0		16.8		0		73.4	
3200		1.23		0		17.2		0		73.4	
3200		1.84		0		17.2		0		73.4	
3200		2.46		0		17.6		0		73.4	
3250		2.46		0		17.6		0		73.4	
3250		3.07		0		18.4		0		73.4	
3300		3.07		0		18.8		0		73.4	
3300		3.07		0		18.8		0		73.4	
3350		3.68		0		19.6		0		73.4	
3350		4.3		0		20.4		0		73.4	
3400		4.91		0		20.8		0		73.4	
3400		5.53		0		21.2		0		73.4	
3450		5.53		0		22.4		0		73.4	
3450		6.14		0		22.8		0		73.4	
3500		6.14		0		22.8		0		73.4	
3550		6.75		0		24.4		0		73.4	
3550		7.98		0		25.6		0		73.4	
3600		8.6		0		26		0		73.4	
3600		8.6		0		27.2		0		73.4	
3650		10.44		0		30		0		73.4	
3700		11.05		0		30.8		0		73.4	
3700		12.28		0		32.8		0		73.4	
3800		13.51		0		33.6		0		73.4	
3800		14.74		0		36		0		73.4	
3850		15.35		0		38.4		0		73.4	
3900		18.42		0		41.2		0		73.4	
3950		19.03		0		44.4		0		73.4	
4000		21.49		0		48		0		73.4	
4050		23.95		0		51.2		0		73.4	
4100		25.17		0		54.8		0		73.4	
4150		27.63		0		58		0		73.4	
4250		30.09		0		59.2		0		73.4	
4350		31.31		0		69.6		0		73.4	
4400		32.54		0		70		0		73.4	
4450		32.54		0		69.2		0		75.2	
4550		32.54		0		70.4		0		75.2	
4600		32.54		0		68.8		0		75.2	
4650		32.54		0		68.4		0		75.2	
4700		32.54		0		68		0		75.2	
4800		31.31		0		68		0		75.2	
4850		31.31		0		66.4		0		75.2	
4900		31.31		0		65.2		0		75.2	
4950		31.27		0		67.2		0		75.2	
5050		31.31		0		77.6		0		75.2	
5100		31.27		0		77.2		0		75.2	
5150		31.31		0		75.6		0		75.2	
5250		31.65		0		76		0		75.2	
5300		31.93		0		76		0		77	
5350		31.83		0		74.4		0		77	
5450		31.93		0		74		0		77	
5500		31.88		0		74		0		77	
5550		31.54		0		74		0		77	
5600		31.31		0		72.4		0		77	
5650		29.47		0		72.8		0		77	
5700		30.09		0		73.2		0		75.2	
5800		29.47		0		73.6		0		77	
5850		30.7		0		76		0		77	
5900		30.09		0		75.2		0		77	
5950		31.93		0		76		0		77	
6000		31.31		0		77.2		0		77	
6050		30.09		0		78.4		0		77	
6150		30.09		0		79.2		0		77	
6150		30.09		0		78		0		78.8	
6250		28.86		0		78.4		0		78.8	
6300		28.86		0		80		0		78.8	
6350		30.09		0		80.8		0		78.8	
6400		28.24		0		80		0		80.6	
6450		28.24		0		98		0		80.6	
6500		28.86		0		96.4		0		80.6	
6550		29.47		0		96.4		0		80.6	
6600		28.86		0		95.6		0		80.6	
6650		27.63		0		94.4		0		80.6	
6700		28.86		0		91.2		0		80.6	
6700		28.86		0		92		0		80.6	
6800		28.86		0		91.2		0		82.4	
6850		29.47		0		89.2		0		82.4	
6850		29.47		0		89.2		0		82.4	
6950		30.09		0		87.6		0		82.4	
7000		30.7		0		90		0		82.4	
7050		28.24		0		85.6		0		84.2	
7100		28.86		0		87.6		0		84.2	
7150		28.24		0		88		0		84.2	
7200		27.02		0		84.8		0		84.2	
7250		27.63		0		87.2		0		86	
7300		28.24		0		87.6		0		86	
7300		29.47		0		88.4		0		86	
7350		28.24		0		87.2		0		86	
7400		28.24		0		87.6		0		86	
7450		28.24		0		87.2		0		87.8	
7450		27.63		0		90		0		87.8	
7550		27.02		0		86		0		87.8	
7550		28.24		0		87.2		0		87.8	
7600		28.24		0		90.4		0		87.8	
7650		27.02		0		88.4		0		89.6	
7700		28.24		0		86		0		89.6	
7700		30.09		0		88		0		89.6	
7700		29.47		0		90		0		89.6	
7800		30.09		0		91.6		0		91.4	
8100		27.63		0		90.4		0		91.4	
8400		25.79		0		91.6		0		91.4
as you can see we have to get the boost under control but that's about it.....well..... some C16 or Q16 and some more timing.
what looks fishy to you the spool up? or the DYNO numbers?
the car trap 127mph @ 520whp 3 weeks ago at island on snow tires not shifting into 5th.
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thats some sick power on pump and that much, is this a 2.5 liter? or bigger?
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Old 04-22-2009, 12:29 AM   #22
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Crazy.

Is it 50/50 water/meth?

Just cams, no head work?
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Old 04-22-2009, 12:41 AM   #23
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is it a 3L motor? jk. I just cant get it in my head that kind of spool. amazing.
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Old 04-22-2009, 02:30 AM   #24
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is it a 3L motor? jk. I just cant get it in my head that kind of spool. amazing.
trust me i have spoken to Phil & Andrew over at hydra about this, i really thought that i was runing way too much avcs on this car to spool up like this
but it wasnt so.
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now can anyone tell me what axels wont brake?
oh yeah same engine in my car for the past 2 1/2 years .
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Boost pressure?

Octane?
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