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Old 11-24-2009, 07:41 PM   #1
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Default [2008 STI] IAG 35R Rotated Kit *updated with 50/50 meth - 428whp/419wtq*

2/5/2011 *50/50 meth tune*

On Friday, I had a compression test done and the numbers came out to be 140psi across the board and that is with 32,000 miles and 17,000 miles with the 35R at >400whp. I can attest to the fact that with a tune free of detonation (THANKS JORGE!), the engine can mechanically handle 400whp hard driven daily miles!



Today I just picked the car up after the meth tune............OMGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGggggggg! Since I'm still on the stock motor/clutch, Jorge only felt comfortable turning the max boost up slightly so I gained +12whp total but 50whp in the midrange along with +53 max wtq! Awesome increase in the area underneath the curve. 100% satisfied and it should come as no surprise that IAG along with Jorge have done another EXTRAORDINARY job!!!

Blue line is meth




93 octane tune from a year ago below.

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Numbers
Dyno: DynoJet
Tuner: Jorge
Wheel HP: 416
Wheel TQ: 366
Ambient Temp: 60 degrees
Elevation: near sea level
Fuel: 93 octane

Car Info
Year: 2008 STI
Engine: Stock Block/Heads
Engine Management: Cobb v2
Turbo: GT35R 0.82 Tial V Band Housing
Intercooler: IAG Custom FMIC
Meth Kit: none
Injectors: DW 1000cc
Intake/Inlet: IAG
Headers: GT Spec equal length
Uppipe: IAG
Downpipe: IAG
CBE: 3inch midpipe to stock axleback
Other: Grimmspeed ECBS, Walbro FP, Tial Q BOV, LFR7AIX Spark Plugs, V-BAND EVERYTHING




I would like to thank Rick, JJ, and the whole IAG team for their professionalism and the remarkable workmanship of their rotated kit; most notably the attention to detail from the individual welds to overall fitment. The IAG kit is simply a MASTERPIECE!! Jorge worked his magic again to produce awesome numbers without jeopardizing safety or driveability The car is a BLOODY MONSTER...
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Old 11-24-2009, 07:53 PM   #2
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Looks like awesome set up. Where does it hit full boost? Does it have any motor work done?

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Old 11-24-2009, 07:57 PM   #3
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Looks like awesome set up. Where does it hit full boost? I can't tell from the picture where it hits and where redline is? Does it have any motor work done?
Yeah I don't know the exact rpm from the graph but on the road it feels like full boost at 4300-4500rpm
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Old 11-24-2009, 08:00 PM   #4
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Yeah I don't know the exact rpm from the graph but on the road it feels like full boost at 4300-4500rpm
Nice, looks like a sweet set up.
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Old 11-24-2009, 08:39 PM   #5
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How many pounds of boost?
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Old 11-24-2009, 09:29 PM   #6
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awesome numbers, IAG does do a very nice 35r kit.
+1 to their attention to detail on their kits
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Old 11-24-2009, 09:44 PM   #7
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Looks like awesome set up. Where does it hit full boost? Does it have any motor work done?
Target boost is reached at 3700 RPM as seen in the graph below.

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How many pounds of boost?
Please note that our boost sensor on the dyno is off by .7 of a pound. The actual peak boost is just over 22. The majority of the run however, the boost is 19-20 lbs.






All gears run.... 1st through 4th

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Old 11-24-2009, 09:46 PM   #8
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Here are some install pics and such. Enjoy!!













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Old 11-24-2009, 09:47 PM   #9
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Is the torque number low for a 35R? I realize the boost is real conservative since it's the stock longblock...
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Old 11-24-2009, 09:57 PM   #10
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Is the torque number low for a 35R? I realize the boost is real conservative since it's the stock longblock...

Yes, both stock longblock and more importantly, clutch. For the sake of making it all last, the onset of boost is not aggressive. A real clutch and drop in pistons would allow us to get more aggressive with it. In fact, we are only running 18psi down low!
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Old 11-24-2009, 11:32 PM   #11
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sheesh got enough intercooler. is that from a mac truck?
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Old 11-25-2009, 12:05 AM   #12
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Yes, both stock longblock and more importantly, clutch. For the sake of making it all last, the onset of boost is not aggressive. A real clutch and drop in pistons would allow us to get more aggressive with it. In fact, we are only running 18psi down low!
Makes complete sense. Basically you're saying that with the current tune the car will be very safe and the stock motor should last a reasonable amount of time. For a car having a 35r on it, haha.
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Old 11-25-2009, 12:42 AM   #13
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Makes complete sense. Basically you're saying that with the current tune the car will be very safe and the stock motor should last a reasonable amount of time. For a car having a 35r on it, haha.
Ingenious
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Old 11-25-2009, 01:03 AM   #14
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Amazing work, I love it. Simple and clean looking
IAG Performance FTW!!

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Old 11-25-2009, 01:19 AM   #15
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Here are some install pics and such.

You guys missing a hose clamp there? Clean car!!
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Old 11-25-2009, 01:54 AM   #16
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Nice numbers, but I don't see the point of running 1k injectors on a 35R running only 20-22psi. Personally, I would've gone the TMIC and 30R route, but that's just me.

These V-band kits, they available online? That v-band connection on the header-uppipe makes me happy.
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Old 11-25-2009, 07:05 AM   #17
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These V-band kits, they available online? That v-band connection on the header-uppipe makes me happy.

mmmmmgmmmmmmm
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Old 11-25-2009, 08:27 AM   #18
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Default I know that its not the best apples to apples comparison

I know this kit would really shine on race gas and 26+PSI but on 93 to 93 pump how is the real world driveability compared to the DOM 3.0 XT? Not to bash this kit at all, it is a work of art, but from a price point of view for someone looking to run 93, maybe 93+meth on a stock longblock/drop in pistons, would the DOM be a better/cheaper choice?
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Old 11-25-2009, 08:49 AM   #19
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maybe I missed it......


what turbine housing is on this car?
what turbine housing sizes does the kit have for availability?
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Old 11-25-2009, 11:19 AM   #20
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Iag Ftw!
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Old 11-25-2009, 11:55 AM   #21
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Nice numbers, but I don't see the point of running 1k injectors on a 35R running only 20-22psi. Personally, I would've gone the TMIC and 30R route, but that's just me.

These V-band kits, they available online? That v-band connection on the header-uppipe makes me happy.
The point in the 1000cc injectors is simple. Leaves plenty of head room for future upgrades. The other important thing to note is that the DW850cc and DW1000cc are the same exact price. As far as FMIC vs TMIC goes, we expected that we would see a greater difference in spool time and the onset of boost. The truth is that with this FMIC set up, the spool difference is only about 100 rpm at most. Below is a comparison of our 08 STI 35R rotated with TMIC and a .63ar turbine housing and this car that is a FMIC and .82ar. For the record, the testing we did between .63ar and the .82ar on the same car, also showed a negligible gain in spool time. Our testing has shown that the .82 is 100% the way to go!


Again, our boost sensor on our dyno reads about .7 to 1 lb too high.




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I know this kit would really shine on race gas and 26+PSI but on 93 to 93 pump how is the real world driveability compared to the DOM 3.0 XT? Not to bash this kit at all, it is a work of art, but from a price point of view for someone looking to run 93, maybe 93+meth on a stock longblock/drop in pistons, would the DOM be a better/cheaper choice?
I guess that is open for debate. There is no question that the DOM 3.0XT-R is an awesome turbo that fits the bill for most people. IF the plan is to stick with 93 or the occasional race gas and the customer has already purchased some of the supporting mods, the DOM 3.0 XT-R makes sense. BUT, if you are starting from scratch, plan to further mod the car later, or are looking for mid 400whp, rotated only makes sense. Again, testing has shown, when comparing the IAG Rotated 35R vs the 3.0XT-R, the IAG Rotated car will out spool the XT-R by roughly 200 RPM. I am sure that most of this is due to the larger inlet and the fact it is much shorter. We are yet to test a 3" inlet XT-R, so it is tough to say what that will do.


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what turbine housing is on this car?
what turbine housing sizes does the kit have for availability?
The OP car has the Tial Stainless Steel V-Band .82 A/R housing on it.
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Old 11-25-2009, 12:08 PM   #22
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How do you like the sound?

I thought my car sounded hideous with the stock muffler and el header.
I put the stocker back on there so the VA cops would leave me alone, (I dont know why they would bother me, as I am not registered in VA).
I couldn't handle the sound, so I put my turboxs rfl back on.

Looks very nice!
Enjoy!
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Old 11-25-2009, 12:10 PM   #23
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IAG. A great shop doing Big things.

Congrats on the sweet setup man. Drive it until you get bored with it. Then drop in some new pistons and grab some race gas.
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Old 11-25-2009, 07:33 PM   #24
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How do you like the sound?

I thought my car sounded hideous with the stock muffler and el header.
I put the stocker back on there so the VA cops would leave me alone, (I dont know why they would bother me, as I am not registered in VA).
I couldn't handle the sound, so I put my turboxs rfl back on.

Looks very nice!
Enjoy!
Thanks for the feedback everyone!

Yeah my car sounds like CRAP right now. It's ironic how I was planning to remain stealthy with the 3inch midpipe and stock axleback and it ends up sounding like a loud Honda I'm having a resonator put in and if that doesn't help, I'll get an aftermarket catback
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Old 11-25-2009, 08:43 PM   #25
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I plan on keeping the UEL header, or maybe get an UEL aftermarket one, but any vids on how the car sounds now? I just wanna hear what it's like
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