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Old 08-12-2011, 11:44 PM   #1
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Quick List of Parts as of August 14':



ECU:

Cobb Accessport V3



Block:

Cosworth 8.2 99.5 Pistons

Cosworth Rods ACL bearings

OEM Crank New case halves

Stock heads ARP Head Studs

12mm Oil Pump

Killer B Pick up

Killer B Baffle

Grimmspeed Thermostat

Techna Fit SS Power Steering Line w DEI Fire Sleeve



Exhaust:

ETS Bigass Headers

ETS Uppipe Wrapped in DEI silicone coating and Titanium Heat Wrap

ETS Downpipe Wrapped in DEI silicone coating and Titanium Heat Wrap

Invidia q300 cat back

Tial 44mm External Wastegate



Intake:

4" K&N Filter (ETS Rotated Kit)

Spec C TGV Deleted

Grimmspeed 3mm Phelonic Spacers

ETS 4" Front Mount Intercooler

Tial Q 50mm Blow Off Valve



Turbo:

Precision Turbo 6262 BB .64 A/R V-Band

Grimmspeed EBCS

PTP Turbo Blanket



Fuel:

DW65 Intank

Radium Engineering Surge Tank w/ Walbro 465 E85 Pump -6AN and -8 AN PTFE Lines

Five0 1200 injectors

NGK 1 Step Colder Plugs gapped .022

Fuelab Fuel Pressure Regulator

Aeromotive Fuel Rails and Stainless Steel Lines

Aquamist HSF-3 V2

Howerton Engineering (2) 1 Gallon Tank setup

-4AN Meth lines and No Drip Disconnect and Weatherpack



Gauges:

Smycluster Maker center bezel

JCS-Pods A-pillar 3 gauge pod

AEM UEGO AFR

AEM Oil Temp Gauge

Defi Oil Pressure Gauge

Defi Fuel Pressure Gauge

Aquamist Injection Gauge

Perrin Oil Filter Sandwich Adaptor



Exterior:

HT Autos Front Lip

HT Autos Side Skirts

HT Autos Rear Diffuser

HT Autos Rear Skirts



Transmission:

Exedy Triple Disk Clutch (cerametalic)

TIC Holy Shift Kit w Kartboy short shifter

Group N Pitch Stop

Group N Engine Mounts

Group N Transmission Mount

Whiteline Positive Shift Bushings

Whiteline Rear Diff Bushing

Whiteline Rear Diff Outrigger Bushing
Whiteline Rear Subframe Inserts



Brakes:

Stop tech Pads

Dba T2 slotted rotors



Suspension:

Fortune Auto 500 8k/8k w radial bearings

SuperPro Roll Center
SuperPro Front and Rear Trailing Arm Bushings

SPC Rear Lateral Control Arm

SPC Rear Toe Arm

Whiteline Caster/antilift Bushings

Whiteline Front Control Arm Front
Inner Lower Bushings

Whiteline Steering Rack Bushings

Whiteline 22mm Front Sway Bar

Whiteline 22mm Front Sway Bar

Kartboy Front Endlinks

Kartboy Rear Endlinks

2015 STI Steering Rack 13:1



Wheels:

Advan RZ 18x10 +35

Nitto NT555 255 35

Project Kics R40 Lugs







I have a pretty long and winded thread in the Newbies and FAQs titled "Loaded COBB AP Stage 1 93 oct in 2011 STI!! I've come a long way from that first post and want to just compile it here. I'll do my best to put everything down chronologically and with links to the photos. I want to thank all the people who have given me constructive advice etc throughout my journey on that thread. Hope you guys follow me here. I want to thank the following people/companies for all their help (if I forgot you and you want to be listed please shoot me a PM): Phatron STIMikey Jdub.csu Smeerone Tenacious Bee Xluben Themaus Wrx02ftw Rallyspec Realstreetperformance Rallysport Direct Perrin Flatironstuning Boston Motorsports IAPerformance Aquamist Howerton Engineering Bertune TAV Racing I purchased my car towards the end of September, 2010: Sitting in the driveway Out at one of my job sites Shortly after purchasing the car I began researching the possible mods that I could do but try to keep the car as stock as possible. The most obvious choice was to purchase a Cobb Accessport and flash to stage 1. I enjoyed stage 1 for probably...1 month. It was then time to go to stage 2. I purchased the following: Perrin Equal Length Headers Perrin Up Pipe Cobb Down Pipe AEM Intake At this time I knew that an off the shelf map would not do. After a ton of research on tuners in my area, I turned to e-tunes. Given the track record of this gentleman I decided that I would put my baby in the hands of Phatron of Phatbotti Tuning. This was my first time ever working on a car and thankfully a friend of mine was willing to help me. An extra plus was that his father has a garage with a lift at his house. The install occured sometime in November/December, 2010: On the lift OEM Parts a plenty Header installed Down Pipe installed Tuning commenced shortly afterwards. What an experience. We started on 2nd gear doing pulls from 2,000 RPM to 7,000 RPM. Several pulls later it was time to move to 3rd gear. It is about 9 pm and I do a pull and then...BOOM!!!!! WTF!!!!! Lights were flashing, the car was limping and I was peeing my pants!! I pull into my neighborhood and quickly pop the hood and begin texting Phatron like a mad man. All the hoses looked ok. Turns out, this was my first time experiencing boost cut! We hit 23 PSI which was what Phatron had set the cut at. Whew! When all was said and done, several nights of pulling up till 5th gear on the highway, we were done. From what I remember we were at about 280ish WHP/TQ using Airboy to calculate the road loads. A decision was then made to upgrade the stock boost control system and the By Pass Recirculation Valve sometime in December, 2010: Grimmspeed 3 port Electronic Boost Control System Forge By Pass Recirculation Valve Retune w/ Phatron. I knew this would not be enough for me. It was fun but I wanted more. Research began on what the stock engine could be pushed to. 400 WHP was the limit that I found consistently. So my focus was on a quick spooling turbo and the required supporting mods. I purchased in December, 2010: Please keep reading the following posts to see the rest of the progress. I had to chop up my original post in order to insert pics rather than just having links.
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Old 08-13-2011, 12:08 AM   #2
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That's a crazy build dude! Good luck with it!
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Old 08-13-2011, 12:16 AM   #3
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Blouch Dom 2.5XT-R



Deatschwerks 850 Injectors


Walbro Fuel Pump


NGK 1-step Spark Plugs


Perrin Turbo Inlet


KStech 73mm Cold Air Intake


I was a little side tracked after purchasing these items when Invidia released their quad tip exhaust for the sedan. I had to get it and I was not going to leave the bottle neck in the exhaust so the Cobb had to be replaced by the Invidia Down Pipe. The purchase was made and exhaust installed in January, 2011:

Silicon Coated the Down Pipe


Titanium Wrap Down Pipe

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Old 08-13-2011, 12:42 AM   #4
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Nice build, I have a Dominator 3.0 XTR on my 2005 STi I am not sure what to go with on my 2011 sedan.
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Old 08-13-2011, 12:51 AM   #5
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Exhaust Installed


More tuning with Phatron shortly afterwards.

Okay, back to the turbo and the other parts. Before I can do that I had to get an AFR Gauge. I didn't want to mount the gauge just anywhere so I had to go with something that was as OEM looking as possible. With that, I had to fill the second gauge bezzle so an Oil Temp Gauge was purchased. I know I know, an Oil Pressure Gauge will be coming soon:

AEM AFR Wideband Gauge


AEM Oil Tem Gauge


SMY Cluster Bezzle


Perrin Oil Filter Adaptor


Gauges being installed


Gauges Installed


We are now ready to go with installing the turbo now that the AFR Wideband is installed. This happened sometime in April, 2011:

Holy crap, my engine bay is a mess!


Intake Manifold is off

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Old 08-14-2011, 10:57 AM   #6
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Nice write up jockey....let me know if I can help.

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Old 08-14-2011, 11:28 AM   #7
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Work is done


I tried to give the shop all the instructions on how to do the walbro fuel pump properly for an 08+ STI. They didn't follow all the directions and so the car would start poorly. Not being a gear head or grease monkey, I used my laptop and several different threads to dive into fixing my fuel pump on my own rather than go back to the shop. I lost trust in this shop so if you want to do something right it is best to do it yourself, at least for this.

I did some plastic removal on the fuel pump housing and used the double o-ring trick on the fuel pump nipple. Once all put together I fired up the car and it was as if it was stock.

More tuning with Phatron once again. This would take about 3 weeks to do. We would do a few pulls a night. Before we would do them till 2 in the morning. He is on the west coast. This time around I just could not pull that off anymore. Plus I had to switch up my places to do these pulls in order to avoid being a target for the "you know whos". At the end we were at 350 TQ, 340 WHP using Airboy to calculate the road loads.

Could we push it more? Yes. Did we want to? No. 400 WHP as a limit is known but one dyno compared to another is never the same. Knowing that this was my only car and extremely important for me to have running, Phatron talked sense into me to not go further at this time. The car has been on this tune ever since.

I made a contact with a fellow South Florida Subie owner and he pointed me in the direction of a shop that has done work on many of the local subies. Gustavo at TAV Racing in Doral. Extremely nice guy. He used to race his own open wheel car and has a beefy 2007? STI. He had this car in his shop when I went to see him:

Stroked Cosworth Long Block in a full race car. The hole thing was gutted


My first upgrade with TAV was Group N Engine and Transmission Mounts





Cobb came out with the launch control addition and I added that to my tune.


So, June comes around and I continue to do research on this forum and cannot get over the fact that my stock pistons suck so much. I decided I had to change them. But doing a swap is not what I want to do. I want to drop a short block in. This would minimize the amount of time that the car would be at the shop to swap motors. I went back and forth on buying a fully built block and building my own. In the end I decided on building my own block.

The idea was to buy parts slowly over the next few months until I had everything by Christmas. I couldn't hold back. The purchases began in late June with:

A new EJ257 block



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Old 08-14-2011, 11:38 AM   #8
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Can you please tell me where you found the "Money tree" you are picking from. Holy craptastic Batman, that is some dough, lol.

Nice to see you have the resources to build a really awesome STI! That thing was a beast but now with the built motor, my gosh.....

can't wait to see updates!
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Old 08-14-2011, 11:56 AM   #9
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jockeygolfs
Thanks, you have been a ton of help with suggesting TAV Racing and the suggestion of Bertune for the block build. I think I will definitely want to come down and see the festivities when Phatbotti guys come down. Keep me posted!
He'll actually be down here by months end.
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Old 08-14-2011, 02:29 PM   #10
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A new OEM nitraded crank


Early July I decided to get some internals:

Cosworth Parts


Cosworth 99.5 Pistons


Cosworth Rods


Cosworth Piston Rings


Late July I went ahead and ordered some supporting parts for the build. (Pics to come)

ACT Xtreme Street Clutch



OEM 12MM Oil Pump
Ribeye?



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Old 08-15-2011, 03:52 PM   #11
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OEM Water Pump



Grimmspeed Thermostat


OEM Oil Cooler


OEM Rear Block Seal Kit, nuts and other gaskets


Killer B Oil Baffle



Killer B Oil Pick Up


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Old 08-15-2011, 07:14 PM   #12
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Can you please save me a ton of mouse clicks and add the [img]...[/img] tags to your images for us?

I want to see this but I'm lazy.
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Old 08-15-2011, 07:30 PM   #13
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JDM Spec C Lower Intake (TGV Deletes)




Gates Timing Belt


ARP Head Studs


3 mm Phenolic Spacer

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Old 08-15-2011, 08:48 PM   #14
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You are using the wrong link in the [img] tags. You should be using this one...

http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5095/...0c1c38f6_b.jpg

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Old 08-15-2011, 08:53 PM   #15
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August 11'

Engine is dead. Even on a conservative map. i was running at 21.5 PSI max. My mechanic says 19 is the max on OEM pistons. Currently waiting to be towed. I'm in the middle of nowhere. Just south of the city of Okeechobee in FL. Car was sounding awesome and then sputtering. The car was making weird sounds like playing cards in bike spokes.

I quickly took my short block parts to Bertune to have him assemble the block in case the dealership did not warranty the block.

Here's the short block, all built up!






Ended up not needing the new block because SOA decided to cover my block!!




Turn In Concept Holy Shift Set installed 10/14/11 by TAV Racing

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Old 08-15-2011, 09:44 PM   #16
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January 12'

Installed my Crawford V2 AOS. Took about 3 hours. I thought it would be faster since I did do half the work yesterday but then returned everything back to OEM since I got stuck. The Dom is really tight to the intake manifold and makes getting the crank case breather hoses out and back in real difficult. The hoses from the AOS are really thick and make putting everything back together difficult as well but it can be done. The pipe from the bottom of the AOS to the crank case is slightly shorter than what is seen in the install instructions and videos but does work. Also, being a newbie like me i did not know coolant would shoot out of the coolant reservoir to turbo hose when I removed it to reroute it to the AOS. I had to go get more coolant because i lost so much of it.

Also, if anyone has the Perrin inlet hose, you need to get a 5/8"x1/2" coupler. The vent hose from the AOS to the inlet hose comes in 5/8" size. The perrin nipple is 1/2". This was my last connection and I couldn't believe I didn't see this.

Coupler:



Installed:



Finished:





February 12'

Finally did the FPR and Dampener swap. Got the 05' STI FPR and 07 Dampeners from Bertune. Thanks Bertune!

05' FPR and Dampener:



I pulled the fuel pump fuse. Started the car till it died. Cranked it several times more. Took off the gas cap and then disconnected the negative terminal on the battery. Unfortunately I did not crank the car enough because when I pulled off one of the hoses off the supply hose a stream of gas shot out and sprayed my whole counter in my garage. I was able to cover it up before it could spill into the engine bay. I had protective glasses on as well. It was good to be prepared. I wrapped everything with a towel before pulling it apart and still had gas pour out. Not horrrible though.

11' FPR and Dampeners out:



I have a guess, no backing for it though, that the balancer hose between the supply and return dampers may be one of the reasons for the hesitation issues.

Install was pretty simple. No need to cut the existing hoses. Just used a hose that came with one of the dampeners to connect the FPR to the dampener.

Installed:



Car is running. Got a new map from Phatron with fuel compensation (I thinK) zero'd out. Going to do some casual driving and a few pulls for him to check on. Hopefully the hesitation will be gone.

Time to do the swap was about 1 hour.


Purchased Aquamist HSF-3


Purchased Howerton Engineering 2 Tank System




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Old 08-15-2011, 09:51 PM   #17
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Finally done with the wiring for the injector tank. Did a weather pack for the wires and a quick disconnect for the hose. This will allow me to remove the box without having to open the box while in the trunk.




April 12'

Here are my tank install picks. I did not screw down the tank straps yet but everything else is done.

I ran the straps underneath the foam corner piece. I scored a line further out on the trunk liner so I can fold it. I then cut a few slits in the score so that I can run the straps through it.



The trunk liner can now flap over and cover the foam piece.



Finished product. Looks like it all came OEM.



May 12'

DBA T2 rotors and Stoptech pads all the way around.






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Old 08-15-2011, 09:54 PM   #18
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nice car!!! 2011 white will be my next STI .. Ill check back for updates
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June 12'

Front lip is on! HT Auto model. The quality is great. I do not know what others are like since I've never seen the other models before but I'm pleased with this. I was worried that it would be real thin and flimsy. It isn't. Nice quality piece and all the holes line up for the clips.





I used all the clips and the extra nuts and bolts. I also used 3M double stick tape on all flat surfaces where there were no bolts or clips. This thing is on tight!!

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Old 08-15-2011, 10:11 PM   #20
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June 12'

Packing up the car with all the goodies for the short block swap.





Things are moving forward!!!!

My block is out of the car:





Stock pistons look pretty decent:



My new block on the stand:



Killer B Baffle and Oil Pick up installed:



Parts being installed onto the new block:


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Old 08-15-2011, 10:12 PM   #21
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End of June 12'

My girl is home where she belongs!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/57450230@N02/7415961286/

Installed the HT Auto side and rear skirts:















July 12'

Kartboy Short Shifter:



WRXFTW02 under the car doing the reverse lockout:



WRXFTW02 and THEMAUS swapping the shifter:


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Old 08-15-2011, 10:13 PM   #22
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Amazing!!
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Old 08-15-2011, 10:29 PM   #23
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July 12': Here is the A pillar with gauges mocked up. Install is next week.







August 12':

Meth kit is installed finally!!!! My Weather Pack and quick disconnect line is working Bertune's handiwork was well done as well. We decided to place the controller in the fuse box area on the driver's side. It is easy to access for any changes that need to be made.




I also decided on 100% meth. No need to mess with mixing. I have plenty for back up



Thank you Smeerone for coming by and dropping off some Burger King for us! I know it looked like Bertune and I were fighting a lot, we were lol. All in good fun though.

Phatron and I are currently tuning tonight. So far a cruise and 2nd gear pull. This thing is kicking!!!

August 12':

Installed HT Autos rear diffuser




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Old 08-15-2011, 10:31 PM   #24
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Jockey did u do injectors ure self? I'm gonna start mine and was wondering the difficulty level

-Rob
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Nice Build cant wait to see some numbers
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