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Old 02-07-2009, 02:32 PM   #1
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Default Highest WHP 2.0 of AWDTUNING thus far

Hello all, I just had my 02 WRX tuned by Keith from AWDTuning. This was spraying no meth, my controller is fried. So I ordered a new one then I will be going back for another tune. This graph is done on his street dyno software.

Much thanks to Keith for the tune and Ryan for building my heads.

Made 379awhp 298awtq on 93 octane pump gas peaking 22 psi and held to 20psi at red line.



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Old 02-07-2009, 02:36 PM   #2
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does the car feel very slow b4 4.5k rpm???

nice hp number
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Old 02-07-2009, 02:39 PM   #3
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i like the number's man when did you get the tune.

i will be driving down there next sat for my tune it will be a fun 2 1/2 hr drive.
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Old 02-07-2009, 02:58 PM   #4
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I got tuned on Thursday.. Surprising it does not feel slow at all below 4500. I get 3-5 psi at 3300 or so and it is more then enough to get around town. As soon as it hits full boost it goes insane, red line comes so fast.

When meth sprays properly hopefully we can pull the tq up quite a bit and I am sure we will be well into the 400s horsepower wise.
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Old 02-07-2009, 03:15 PM   #5
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get on a dyno and then get back to us. That dyno software is sketchy at best.

but if it feels good then be happy
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Old 02-07-2009, 03:22 PM   #6
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damn the 2.0 just kills the tq that kinda sucks, thatd be in the 400's tq if it was a 2.5
nonetheless great numberes! nice to see some big power 2.0's!!
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Old 02-07-2009, 03:33 PM   #7
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Numbers look great so far! Can't wait to see it on meth and on some type of different dyno.
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Old 02-07-2009, 03:35 PM   #8
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**** that turbo performs so much better on the 2.5l motor. Nice numbers though.
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Old 02-07-2009, 04:36 PM   #9
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get on a dyno and then get back to us. That dyno software is sketchy at best.

but if it feels good then be happy
Maybe you should do more research before making ignorant statements such as this one

This software is very accurate and has been compared with actual dynos, such as the dyno at Engline Logics (Houston).

Keith tuned a car and got the numbers from his program, the very next day it was put on the dyno because some people believed the numbers were inflated. Needless to say, the numbers were pretty much identical to the dyno, which was a mustang dyno if I remember correctly.

So yea, these numbers are very accurate.
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Old 02-07-2009, 05:27 PM   #10
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ok so there is no torque, yes i know i also do not weigh nearly as much as a STI with the 2.5 so i do not need to tow a boat.. also when i get the meth up and working the torque will go up quite a bit.

this set up makes similar number whp to 2.5l on pump gas. my engine can also spin to 7500-8k easily i let off early on this pull.

there is another person that Keith tuned on a 2.5l with the same turbo similar mods minus tgv deletes on 91 octane he put down 331whp then on 100 octane put down 436..
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Old 02-07-2009, 06:26 PM   #11
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this set up makes similar number whp to 2.5l on pump gas.
thats the case for any setup....the displacement just moves the powerband left/right.
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Old 02-07-2009, 06:54 PM   #12
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Great numbers man! I bet that thing screams! I'd love to see what it does in the 1/4.

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thats the case for any setup....the displacement just moves the powerband left/right.
And adds torque!! Not to mention also helps minimize compressor surge and supply a better powerband for larger turbos such as this GT52

Going from an 18G 2.0 (made 285tq@3700) to a vf43 sti (340tq@3100) I can say from experience the 18G made more up top but the low end torque of the 2.5 in my STI is phenomenal. I just wish I had that 18G on my STI
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Old 02-07-2009, 08:37 PM   #13
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What do you rev it out to on the street? Those sti cams seem to be doin a good job uptop
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Old 02-07-2009, 08:59 PM   #14
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Nice numbers! You probably put down around 400 whp once you get your meth going.
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Old 02-07-2009, 11:57 PM   #15
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Not to mention also helps minimize compressor surge
can you explain that?

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Going from an 18G 2.0 (made 285tq@3700) to a vf43 sti (340tq@3100) I can say from experience the 18G made more up top but the low end torque of the 2.5 in my STI is phenomenal. I just wish I had that 18G on my STI
but the 2L was faster.....1/4 mile wise

having huge low end tq numbers is great...but it usually means the cars dead above 5000rpm

im happy with my 375 tq @ 3800rpm......and 375 whp at 6100rpm

From my experiences 44-52 lb/min turbos are the perfect daily drivers for the 2.5L. Anything bigger and you start to lose out on the powerband you could have past 7k (unless you have the valvetrain and oiling taken care of). Anything smaller and the car feels like it falls on its face at higher rpm.

For the 2L's 36-47 lb/min seem to do well for dd's......going up to a green or gt52 like this car and you end up peaking hp too late. but this guy has cams so it will be usable when he retune's.

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Old 02-08-2009, 01:34 AM   #16
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get on a dyno and then get back to us. That dyno software is sketchy at best.
Fatcircles is right. Learn something about what you are typing before you stick your foot in your mouth. BTW, I think it was kind of him to refer to your post as ignorant.
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Old 02-08-2009, 01:35 AM   #17
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This was actually 22psi to redline..but pretty easy going AFR wise(11.2-3). His EGT guage was on the fritz so I didn't want to make the tune very aggressive.

Everything just came together well and the intercooler has done a great job on every turbo we've ran on it - plenty of cfm for any sizable turbo to stretch its legs.
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Old 02-08-2009, 10:37 AM   #18
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get on a dyno and then get back to us. That dyno software is sketchy at best.

but if it feels good then be happy
If used properly with a correct log it will prove to be a very nice representation of a power/torque graph.

It looks like 1 of 2 things here. There is a large smoothing factor being applied or the datalog used contains a considerable amount of logged parameters.

For this software to be at its best you need a log of just RPM but to help smooth things out a bit I usually log RPM and Engine load, otherwise the graphs come out way to jagged.
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Old 02-08-2009, 11:01 AM   #19
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Fatcircles is right. Learn something about what you are typing before you stick your foot in your mouth. BTW, I think it was kind of him to refer to your post as ignorant.
Ignorant? learn the meaning much? How do yo know of my experience with this software? Oh thats right YOU DON'T.. so who's being ignorant?

I have the software. I've used it for years. Its very easy to make it "read" higher and imho its not accurate enough to call it "wheel" horse power. I've made VF34 cars show 400whp. a little tweak here, a little teak there.
Its great to show differences in mods in the SAME car on the SAME day with the SAME weather... waaaaaaaaay too many variables to accurately claim "whp"


no foot insertion here
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Ignorant? learn the meaning much? How do yo know of my experience with this software? Oh thats right YOU DON'T.. so who's being ignorant?

I have the software. I've used it for years. Its very easy to make it "read" higher and imho its not accurate enough to call it "wheel" horse power. I've made VF34 cars show 400whp. a little tweak here, a little teak there.
Its great to show differences in mods in the SAME car on the SAME day with the SAME weather... waaaaaaaaay too many variables to accurately claim "whp"


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HHHMMMM...............So you've used the software huh? So the dyno numbers that many of his customers have that prove his software is accurate don't mean anything to you, or did you just decide to omit that part. The software is accurate if the tuner understands these variables. Since Keith obvoiusly understands these variables and his numbers have been backed up many times really you are insulting Keith. That said let me ask you this, you said you know the software but do you know Keith? So now IMHO, since his software has been proven and you tell a customer to "get on a dyno and get back to us" ,again you are just insulting Keith. I don't think you will find much love on this board for insulting AWDTUNING. Your post is ignorant and nothing you can say about me is going to change what you typed. Have a nice day.
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Old 02-08-2009, 11:54 AM   #21
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Back on topic now.
Congrats on the power. I know you guys put a lot of work on your set-up. Now, when are you going to the track?
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Old 02-08-2009, 01:17 PM   #22
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GREAT NUMBERS!!!! I might just biuld one of my spare 2.0's instead of doin the whole hybrid thing!
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Old 02-08-2009, 01:21 PM   #23
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Ignorant? learn the meaning much? How do yo know of my experience with this software? Oh thats right YOU DON'T.. so who's being ignorant?

I have the software. I've used it for years. Its very easy to make it "read" higher and imho its not accurate enough to call it "wheel" horse power. I've made VF34 cars show 400whp. a little tweak here, a little teak there.
Its great to show differences in mods in the SAME car on the SAME day with the SAME weather... waaaaaaaaay too many variables to accurately claim "whp"


no foot insertion here
Since you are so consumed with dyno numbers you do know they all read different right. A dyno jet will read 400 whp and a mustang will read 330whp for the same car. They too have different variables. So your argument is mute.
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Old 02-08-2009, 01:54 PM   #24
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is it just me or does the tq seem a little low? Nice numbers though, I wish i had them...
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Keith tuned a car and got the numbers from his program, the very next day it was put on the dyno because some people believed the numbers were inflated. Needless to say, the numbers were pretty much identical to the dyno, which was a mustang dyno if I remember correctly.
If this car was put on a dyno, then why not post up those numbers??,....

The software is a great tool, take the numbers with a grain of salt the same way you do all dyno numbers. We all know how much they all vary.

I would like to see some 1/4 mile times personally

Enjoy it anyhow , cause it looks fun !
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