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Old 05-09-2009, 02:53 AM   #1
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New photos of car page 5
In Car Video of Hot lap page 5
5/30-31 Redline TimeAttack Update from Willow Springs - page 5
New Dyno graph 27.5 psi Mustang dyno - setting up Motec "PID"
Page 5
Photos of New Girodisk, Thx Martin Photos page 5

Dynotechnik and Derek Eastty LTD's 04 STI Time Attack Car (Running Modified class)
We are just finishing the final touches on the 04 STI make over with the New AMS Rotated HTA3586 Turbo kit, Motec M800, Cosworth intake, etc.... parts list below. We still need to do a few tweaks to the set up (spring in waste gate a little to soft, as you will see below on the Dyno HP/boost graph, boost drops off on the upper end). I think we can get a little more mid power and about 20 more HP on the top carrying it all the way out by getting it to hold boost to 8200 RPM. Engine is a built Cosworth - Billet crank with all the goodies.
Complete Parts list:
Engine/ECU/Turbo/fuel system
1. Motec M800 w/all the goodies- Dynotechnik (Guy Grantham) Built and installed the Jumper harness for the Motec. All stock dash features work properly (Nice job Guy)
2. AMS New Rotated V-Band HTA 3586 w/1.03 ex AR - ss Tial Turbo Kit (turbo has been modified even further, extrude honed and a view other little touches) This kit is the Bomb guy's, it goes on so easy and all parts fitment is top shelf. (Thx Eric and all the guy's at the shop for a great product)
3. AMR Inter cooler
4. Custom Fab intake piping and Tial BOV
5. Injectors - Injector Dynamics
6. Surge tank/swirl pot w/twin Bosch 044 pumps #8 forward/#6 return (running a 100 PSI at full tilt boogie)
7. Weldon Regulator
8. Roger Clark Intake 100mm trumpet and air cleaner
9. T1 Catch can (thx Tony)
10. Custom exhaust -3.0 AMS down pipe (Comes with kit) Joined to 3.5 all the way out to a 3.5 S.S. light weight Burns muffler
11. ARC road race Oil pan w/remote filter and Setrab engine oil cooler (system holds 9 quarts)
12. Cosworth's New Intake Manifold (This is key to the overall equation)
13. Cusco Header
14. Cosworth 2.5 Long Block Billet crank
15. AR Fab Balancer (sorry typo)
16. Fluidyne Radiator
17. HKS Twin Power Ign. amp.
18. Odyssey 925 battery in trunk (15lbs)

Drive train/Chassis/Suspension
1. Setrab Oil coolers - Power steering, tranny, rear diff (Tilton pump)
2. Tilton Carbon Clutch
3. Torque Line Carbon prop shaft (drive Shaft)( Pure sex this thing is)
4. Drive shaft shop level 5 rear axles and front replacement bars
5. Ikeya Sequential Shifter w/gear indicator
6. Stasis 370mm front 4 pot brake kit/ Giro Disk rear replacement rotors (just being released) Race pads and Street pads
7. Cusco Front Sway Bar
8. Cusco Rear Sway Bar (Adjustable)
9. Cusco Front Strut Bar
10. Cusco Rear Carbon Fiber Strut Bar
11. DMS 50mm Tarmac Coil Over (custom spring spec)
12. GT – Spec 3 Piece Sub Frame Replacement Brace
13. PDE Caster/Camber Plates
14, Cusco Rear camber plates
15. Beatrush Front compliance kit (caster blocks)
16. STI Spherical Ball Trailing Links
17. STI Spherical Ball Lateral Links
18. STI Group N Bushings throughout Chassis
19. Solid mount rear bush/rear end cross member
20. Rev-Lab Quick Steering Rack
21. Custom Roll Cage painted PPG WR Blue by Gus
22. Advan RS 18 x 8.5 Wheels
23. Toyo R888 245/40-18 sneekers/Nitto NT 01 245/45-18

Interior
1. DEFI EGT Gauge
2. DEFI Boost Gauge
3. DEFI Gauge Controller
4. Custom Gauge Pod
5. Custom Center Console
6. 11 LB Fire Suppression System
7. PDE Billet Pedal Set w/Custom Brake Pedal for Proper Heal Toe Spacing
8. Sparco EVO Competition Seats
9. Sparco Steering Wheel Adaptor Hub
10. Stack ST8600 Steering Wheel w/Display System
11. Team Tech 6Pt. Harnesses
12. Oops! “I Pooped Myself” Resistant Cushions

Exterior and Aerodynamics
1. PPG Factory Pack WR Blue -Gus Agha at Austex Paint & Body (Complete Repaint, small oops)
2. APR Performance Carbon Fiber GT3 Mirrors
3. APR Performance Carbon Fiber Custom GTC-300 Wing
4. APR Performance Carbon Fiber Rear Custom Diffuser/quick mount Zues button
5. APR Radiator plate
6. Charge Speed Version 2 Side Skirts
7. Charge Speed Version 2 Rear Bumper
8. Cusco Front Bumper w/Aerodynamic Under Tray/extended carbon splitter
9. Seibon Carbon Fiber Reverse Hood Scoop

Car weight w/5 gallons gas 2975 lbs

We have 4 Tunes/maps in the car at the moment:
M1 - 19 psi pump gas 450 hp/Trq 351
M2 - 21 psi race gas 511 hp/Trq 413
M3 - 27 psi race gas 581 hp/trq 479
M4 - 30 psi race gas 646 hp/trq 541
Note: Race gas is VP Q16 from Edge Race fuels (Thx Kieth)

Here are the dyno Charts/videos/ and Pics of the Build/Make over:
pump gas:

race gas 30 psi

All 4 runs overlayed in order as above w/boost reference

Video of 646 WHP
Video Pump gas 450 whp
Video 21 psi race gas
Video 26 psi race gas


Thx to:
Dynotechnik - Guy Grantham - http://www.dynotechnik.com/
AMS - Eric and Staff - http://amsperformance.com/
T1 - Tony - http://www.t1raceparts.com/
Stasis Engineering - Beau Kelly - http://stasisengineering.com/
Girodisk - Martin Meade - http://www.girodisc.com/
APR Performance - Johnny Lee - http://www.aprperformance.com/
Macellaro's Performance Tuning - Chris Macellaro
Henderson Performance - Cory (Dyno services)
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Old 05-09-2009, 02:55 AM   #2
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Photos of build:
Wiring as it started:


Wiring after clean up:



Turbo install pics:



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Old 05-09-2009, 02:56 AM   #3
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Under side of car Misc.


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Old 05-09-2009, 02:58 AM   #4
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potting of throttle body:

Building Motec Jumper harness:

Cosworth Intake and ITC Piping:




Misc pics of car:


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Old 05-09-2009, 05:07 AM   #5
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beautiful build man! insane.
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Old 05-09-2009, 05:16 AM   #6
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That's incredible. I wonder how comfortable a drive it is
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Old 05-09-2009, 06:20 AM   #7
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Very nice setup! Congrats!
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Old 05-09-2009, 10:58 AM   #8
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And I'm in love... Amazing build, congrats!
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Old 05-09-2009, 11:15 AM   #9
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Mother of God.
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Old 05-09-2009, 11:19 AM   #10
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thats a badass setup, more pics!
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Old 05-09-2009, 11:54 AM   #11
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It rides nice. The DMS 50mm struts work great!

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Old 05-09-2009, 12:09 PM   #12
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great build keep it up!
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Old 05-09-2009, 12:33 PM   #13
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Great to see some awesome numbers with the new manifold. I like the pump gas power curve!! Awesome build also!!!
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Old 05-09-2009, 01:13 PM   #14
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Indeed that is a very nice build. Cosworth engine, and manifold.. Nice.

645whp out of a HTA 35R is some significant power. Wow.

What throttle body is that?

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Old 05-09-2009, 01:20 PM   #15
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Redline will allow cages with the main hoop backstays having bends in them?

-Duncan
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awesome
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Redline will allow cages with the main hoop backstays having bends in them?

-Duncan
Yeah i always though that was a serious NO NO when doing cages.
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Old 05-09-2009, 01:37 PM   #18
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zoinks!
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Yeah i always though that was a serious NO NO when doing cages.
It's a no go with SCCA and NASA, but I don't know how Redline deals with that stuff.

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Old 05-09-2009, 02:44 PM   #20
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Redline will allow cages with the main hoop backstays having bends in them?

-Duncan
Hey guys, good point. The main hoop has no more than 4 bends and the back stays are the next size up for the weight of the car(under 3000). The original reason the rear stays were done this way is for use of the rear seats, it is a glorified street car for goodness sake . The cage is also completely stitch to the chassis down the roof line, A, B, and C pillars.
Thx again all comments welcome.

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Old 05-09-2009, 03:07 PM   #21
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Fuel System:

Engine Bay with Weldon Regulator:


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Old 05-09-2009, 03:52 PM   #22
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Indeed that is a very nice build. Cosworth engine, and manifold.. Nice.

645whp out of a HTA 35R is some significant power. Wow.

What throttle body is that?

Jeff Sponaugle
You noticed! It's a TB from a Nissan. 71mm and DBW!

Thanks Jeff.
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Old 05-09-2009, 03:56 PM   #23
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that is one nice "glorified street car"!!! dunno if i'd like the lag though...trap times?
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Old 05-09-2009, 04:14 PM   #24
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holy ****! thats an awesome build.
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Old 05-09-2009, 04:21 PM   #25
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Best sounding suby I have ever heard damn. So raw.
What size cams??

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