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Old 02-14-2010, 11:15 AM   #1
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Default 08WRX BNR Supercars 18G STOCK FITMENT 333HP 356TQ

Event: dyno pull
Location: topspeed
city and state: Alpharetta, GA
Ambient Temp: ~45*
Elevation: ????
Weather: sunny
Track and Conditions: N/A
slightly up or downhill: N/A
Tires: Stock Re-92s........ "close to wear bars"

Car: 2008, WRX 2.5 liter
Tuner: Doug at topspeed
Dyno Info: dynojet
Peak HP at RPM: 333hp 6-6.2k rpm uncorrected
Peak Torque at RPM: 356tq ~4.25k rpm uncorrected
Baseline hp/tq for a stock on same dyno: 230hp for stock STi
Target Boost: 20psi
Target AFR: n/a
Fuel: 93oct pump
Tune: OpenSource
Engine/Power Modifications: AEM CAI, TXS turboback, Process West topmount, DW 750cc injectors, Grimmspeed BCS, BNR Supercars VF-40 converted 18g (8cm hotside, td05 turbine wheel, 18g compressor, bored vf40 compressor housing, and mitsu center section, 11psi wastgate spring, ceramic coated hotside in and out)
Driveline Modifications: KartBoy StS
Suspension Modifications: Tein SS coilovers, whiteline rear sway
Other Modifications: DBA rotors, and HP+ pads...

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Traced print out for clarity, once i get the electronic files i'll include those also.



forgot to add, this is a STOCK FITMENT TURBO
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Old 02-14-2010, 11:30 AM   #2
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nice torque! comes in real early. must be a blast to drive
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Old 02-14-2010, 12:48 PM   #3
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Your car did well. Tell the gf and I'm telling you, I'm so sorry I didn't get to talk more. I was on the hunt for Q16 hard!
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Old 02-14-2010, 12:57 PM   #4
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no worries man, i couldnt have been happier with the results
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Old 02-16-2010, 12:26 AM   #5
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awesome man. just awesome. hey at least one of us made it to those numbers lol.
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Old 02-16-2010, 10:34 AM   #6
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got a pretty long mod list there... and ******* bald re-92s? coilovers, brakes, 5k in motor mods, and bald stock death rubber. when will people learn?
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Old 02-16-2010, 10:35 AM   #7
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got a pretty long mod list there... and ******* bald re-92s? coilovers, brakes, 5k in motor mods, and bald stock death rubber. when will people learn?
Dude chill. He has new tires now. I don't blame him for burning off the RE-92's first before buying new tires.
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Old 02-16-2010, 10:40 AM   #8
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Dude chill. He has new tires now. I don't blame him for burning off the RE-92's first before buying new tires.
fair enough, but burning off the RE-92s? all 50 bucks of rubber? by the same reasoning, why mod anything on the car at all?

it just always left me awestruck that people upgrade the most important part on the car last. i think this is the thought process: "i want coilovers, but no grip. brake upgrades, but no stopping power. horsepower, but no way to turn in a hurry the need arises"
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Old 02-16-2010, 01:16 PM   #9
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fair enough, but burning off the RE-92s? all 50 bucks of rubber? by the same reasoning, why mod anything on the car at all?

it just always left me awestruck that people upgrade the most important part on the car last. i think this is the thought process: "i want coilovers, but no grip. brake upgrades, but no stopping power. horsepower, but no way to turn in a hurry the need arises"
1st, if your spending 5k to get what i got into the motor.... your doin it wrong.

2nd, you dont know where i live, what i normally drive through, and where these tires were used. (since your taking something a little out of context, i added some more info to help you understand)

3rd, this isnt the point of this thread, the point is to show 08+ owner the market is recognizing their needs in a stock fitment turbo that actually performs like it should.
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Old 02-16-2010, 01:42 PM   #10
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your mod list is approaching 4k, not including tuning and installation. sure you could've installed those bolt-ons yourself, save some cash, and buy parts used, etc. but for most of the "market" you're targeting with this thread, who don't do things on the cheap, it takes about 5 grand to get there.

at the end of the day, are you enjoying your new tires? probably the best cash you've spent, right?
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Old 02-16-2010, 02:25 PM   #11
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ive had a bunch of wheels/tires, and the short tread re-92 (at the right psi) had a purpose, but yes the new tires are great
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Old 02-16-2010, 02:51 PM   #12
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ive had a bunch of wheels/tires, and the short tread re-92 (at the right psi) had a purpose, but yes the new tires are great
that's a valid excuse for having a setup like that on those tires at lower power levels, but you're probably past that point now right? when you had the re-92s were you spinning second with that much tq?
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Old 02-16-2010, 03:16 PM   #13
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it was fun for the maybe 24hrs i had those tires and that power. on dry clean pavement (key words), the grip of the worn re-92s was great, the rubber heated up well, didnt tear, and tread walk wasnt an issue like with new. not "track" worthy but for most situations they were just fine. with other tires i found that wearing down the tires actually got harder and became greasier, the re92s maintained a similar compound to new but had increased block rigidity due to the lowered height.

Canned safety response, for the street worn tires are never recommended to be used by Anyone, there are to many variables you cannot control. Sand, dirt, water will negatively affect any tire not up to like new conditions. this is why vehicle inspections are done to protect the drivers and others that are on the road.

ps. car has seen more tq than that with e85 and stock turbo....

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Old 07-05-2011, 07:26 PM   #14
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Know this is an old thread but I'm guessing you upgraded the fuel pump 2 right?
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Know this is an old thread but I'm guessing you upgraded the fuel pump 2 right?
Yes he did. The engine rebuild was a failure so he traded the car in on a Tacoma now.
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