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Old 04-22-2010, 10:54 PM   #76
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i'd start a new list but i'm about to be 2.5l.

might drag it tomorrow at 16psi. don't see much point though.

bigger and better things bout to happen.
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Old 04-23-2010, 09:43 AM   #77
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I haven't read the hole thread yet, but are you boring your motor to a 2.5L now??? If so man the power difference is pretty remarkable if you like the 400 ranges. I haven't finished tuning mine cause had a failure but before the failure we bored and stroked the stock 2.0L to 2.5Lsleeved. And on a dynojet laid out on 17psi 330'swhp & 350'stq. But that was also at on 3800rpm.. You'll love the change..
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Old 04-23-2010, 11:01 AM   #78
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nah. basically bought a ej255. used the crank and rods over since they are same as sti. installed cosworth bearings and pistons for stock bore/compression. used cosworth head gasket, arp head studs. v5 jdm big port heads with mystery cams. 12mm jdm oil pump.
gates timing belt. wrx cam gears / wrx intake manifold. non avcs of course. stock 16 bit ecu.
gonna use the stock map sensor and run MBC. mating it to the rotated gt3076r i have on the 2.0. walbro in the tank. 1000cc id injectors. perrin parallel fuel rails. stock FPR. sti top mount. cobb crank pulley.

i have a rebuilt rem treated six speed, auto drive shaft, and rem treated r160/3.90 to go in after i get the funds up for a clutch.

just did dba 5000 and fedora pads in the front so i can stop!

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Old 04-23-2010, 11:07 AM   #79
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Jake,

I thought you were gonna find a way to get the motor and trans in this weekend? The motor goin in is great. But please listen to me. If you beat on the car the trans will break. Its got 141k on it and is hanging on now for dear life. Strap a 2.5 up, BOOM.

Go easy for a motor break in. I can get you a clutch for a relativel cheap price. Id personally go ACT stg2 or a clutchmaster stage 3. I like both. The ACT pedal feel is my favorite, but the clutchmaster's clutch can take more power. Its give and take.

ACT= $$$'s cheaper too
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Old 04-23-2010, 11:08 AM   #80
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Jake your STI motor mounts are here!!!! get your ass to the dealership or ill be selling them like hot cakes!!! lol
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Old 04-23-2010, 11:09 AM   #81
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Jake,

I thought you were gonna find a way to get the motor and trans in this weekend? The motor goin in is great. But please listen to me. If you beat on the car the trans will break. Its got 141k on it and is hanging on now for dear life. Strap a 2.5 up, BOOM.

Go easy for a motor break in. I can get you a clutch for a relativel cheap price. Id personally go ACT stg2 or a clutchmaster stage 3. I like both. The ACT pedal feel is my favorite, but the clutchmaster's clutch can take more power. Its give and take.

ACT= $$$'s cheaper too
+1 on ACT. I have the xtreme pressure plate, street disc and street lite (15lb) flywheel. I love the way the clutch feels and the only thing i would do different is keep a stock flywheel. Before rallispec built my motor i had the stock flywheel in there with that clutch setup and it was SOOO nice for daily driving as much as i drive the car.
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Old 04-23-2010, 11:10 AM   #82
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yeah its break in only...i know! can you put the clutch on my tab? apparently the tactrix that i paid to have second day on wed. wont be here till monday.

clutch will come with flywheel or no?

i need to get my tgvs plugged today so they are dry for tomorrow. i found phenolic spacer bolts for 10mm spacers but they wont be here till 3pm. i will up at rallispec tonight trying to finish putting the intake manifold on...

its my 9 year olds birthday so its a lil hecktic. i might post pone till next weekend.
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Old 05-10-2010, 01:35 PM   #83
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6 speed is in. fine tuning!

obd2 is not working well. getting it checked out today. too sketchy.

phatbotti power broz.

i'd like to crank the boost up to 22#'s and see if i can get a 1.8 60ft. 11.5@115.
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Old 05-10-2010, 01:50 PM   #84
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i still think its user error

concentrate on getting the wideband in too....
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Old 05-10-2010, 02:30 PM   #85
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you're still not completely getting it. you have a hallman....and you have a boost gauge....so you dont need the MAP sensor.

i just need to zero the wgdc's....and increase the boost cut which you dont need with the hallman anyway.

The only reason you need the MAP sensor is if you're going to control the boost via the ecu and an ebcs. Or if you really want to be able to log the boost with a mbc.

Since you have the hallman and a boost gauge you dont need the MAP sensor to let the ecu monitor boost accurately since you arent using the ecu for boost control anymore.




And for overboost protection which you no longer have if you don't upgrade the MAP. I for one like overboost protection


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thank you ron. i see the light. wasnt sure if the map sensor did anything else.


you rock!
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Old 05-10-2010, 02:35 PM   #86
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A mbc is overboost protection.....

And with the way i setup the timing and fueling tables i have the last 2 columns setup for a little overboost and lots of over boost. less timing, then way less timing.....and a richer afr, then a way richer afr.

And you can also recalibrate the stock MAP sensor to retain the overboost protection.....the actual boost readings will be wrong, but you can still have the protection.
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Old 05-10-2010, 08:47 PM   #87
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apparently it was user error. it wasn't like that before , if i start the car all the romraider applications work.

i'm just glad my obd2 is not a sore vagina.
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Old 05-11-2010, 02:21 AM   #88
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big up to ron aka phatbotti tuning for finding the time to walk me through all these kinks in my software and just plain lack of know how when it comes to romraider and general pc functions. def a brother i am looking to meet and drink some beers with even if we are 3000 miles apart.
the 2.0 feels better than it ever has. looking forward to drag racing karl and his 2010 sti se thurs night.

145k on the clock!

22#'s of boost.
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A mbc is overboost protection.....

And with the way i setup the timing and fueling tables i have the last 2 columns setup for a little overboost and lots of over boost. less timing, then way less timing.....and a richer afr, then a way richer afr.

And you can also recalibrate the stock MAP sensor to retain the overboost protection.....the actual boost readings will be wrong, but you can still have the protection.
Say something happens to you wastegate and it sticks shut right as you go whoomp on it. Boost shoots to the moon and all the EBC or MBC in the world isn't gonna protect you from overboostin' you motor. If you plan on running over ~25psi at least on the 16bit ECU you need a larger MAP if you still want to keep the factory ECU fuel cut overboost protection.

No rescaling or half boost scaling is gonna change the fact that over 2.5 BAR absolute the stock MAP sensor is saturated and any increase in boost above that will be maxed at 5V.

For the price of a 3.5 BAR MAP I'm all for it. Money does grow on trees right?
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how many times in the last 7 years have you actually hit boost cut? Or had a line pop off the wastegate?

you cant tell every customer to buy every freaking gauge and every safety feature or else you'd never get to tune a car....

everyone should have a 3.5 bar, oil press, boost, egt, wideband, etc etc etc....unfortunately most cars dont.

if jakes that worried about it he can lower his boost to 20 and i'll set the boost cut at 22.5.......its up to him....
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big up to ron aka phatbotti tuning for finding the time to walk me through all these kinks in my software and just plain lack of know how when it comes to romraider and general pc functions. def a brother i am looking to meet and drink some beers with even if we are 3000 miles apart.
the 2.0 feels better than it ever has. looking forward to drag racing karl and his 2010 sti se thurs night.

145k on the clock!

22#'s of boost.
Jake,

Its awsome that the car is still performing at such a high milage with such a setup.

But, I have to remind you for the 29th time, your ignition mapping is wayyy too aggressive to run 22psi.

The way I had you setup, 16psi was perfect. Are you absolutely sure you are monitoring feedback knock correction, fine learning knock correction, and IAM?

If your not knocking at 22psi, with that timing, I'd be very surprised. Make sure your IAM is at 16.

I know you will go to the track thurs night, but think about turning the boost down.

Good luck
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how many times in the last 7 years have you actually hit boost cut? Or had a line pop off the wastegate?

you cant tell every customer to buy every freaking gauge and every safety feature or else you'd never get to tune a car....

everyone should have a 3.5 bar, oil press, boost, egt, wideband, etc etc etc....unfortunately most cars dont.

if jakes that worried about it he can lower his boost to 20 and i'll set the boost cut at 22.5.......its up to him....

Ron,

did you take timing out of Jake's car? Trust me, Jake's not worried. He asked if we could run 30psi on pump last thursday night

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No its not running the same timing......i took 3-4* out after he installed the 6 speed.

On the 3rd gear pulls he did last night it was 12-14* going up to 19*

I had him logging fbkc and flkc.....no knock at all.....IAM is 16.

It made ~275 whp at 16psi.....and ~340 at 22 psi.
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Run 30 psi till it blows.lol
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love you guys.

its like this for readers who don't know me. i have a built motor ready to go so pushing this 2.0 is more or less just for sits and giggles. i have no desire to blow it up and hitch hike home cause i am not wealthy by any means. i don't even have triple a ...yet. but the car has good compression and doesn't burn oil. it feels really good and ron can supply the logs to show it is running well.
i would make out better if i sold the running motor and heads but i am having so much fun working with mikey and ron. big up to the legend with a mustache, jodie.

the car feels so different with the 6 speed. rpms barely drop between shifts...1000-1500 rpms. but is right there. i can roll into a pretty good launch without dumping it, but the 6 speed turns that motor up in a hurry.

i may not of mentioned it but the clutch is an ACT stage one organic with street light flywheel.

my boy brian broke his 02 wrx trans. i needed a clutch for my six speed. so we traded my stock 5 speed for his clutch. he got his car back for the price of the install. i traded a 5 speed i didnt need for a clutch upgrade. worked out well. big up to rallispec for turning us around so quickly.

i bet karl wont even show up at the track thurs night....skeerred! i guess jaime will give me a good run!

wheres ralph and seneca at?

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wideband?
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karls woman locked him in the car at the mall with the windows up...so i'm still on standby.

if he survives i may see it later tonight.

changed my oil and filter!
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wow im not skerred at all... next week its on! ill take it easy on you.
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jsc speed...

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$147.02

worth the investment if ron has it on his car.
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love you guys.

its like this for readers who don't know me. i have a built motor ready to go so pushing this 2.0 is more or less just for sits and giggles. i have no desire to blow it up and hitch hike home cause i am not wealthy by any means. i don't even have triple a ...yet. but the car has good compression and doesn't burn oil. it feels really good and ron can supply the logs to show it is running well.
i would make out better if i sold the running motor and heads but i am having so much fun working with mikey and ron. big up to the legend with a mustache, jodie.

the car feels so different with the 6 speed. rpms barely drop between shifts...1000-1500 rpms. but is right there. i can roll into a pretty good launch without dumping it, but the 6 speed turns that motor up in a hurry.

i may not of mentioned it but the clutch is an ACT stage one organic with street light flywheel.

my boy brian broke his 02 wrx trans. i needed a clutch for my six speed. so we traded my stock 5 speed for his clutch. he got his car back for the price of the install. i traded a 5 speed i didnt need for a clutch upgrade. worked out well. big up to rallispec for turning us around so quickly.

i bet karl wont even show up at the track thurs night....skeerred! i guess jaime will give me a good run!

wheres ralph and seneca at?
They're lost in Lost. You calling them out for Thursday? I'll pass on the word...but you got some catching up to do!
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