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Old 04-18-2010, 02:10 PM   #76
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Exactly, I got to call clark and what he means by laggy! I dont see why this turbo shouldnt hit full boost by 3800 rpm. It could be a product of the crappy 91oct we have in AZ im not sure. Its all speculative at this point untill I see the Dyno logs.
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Old 04-18-2010, 02:12 PM   #77
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Exactly, I got to call clark and what he means by laggy! I dont see why this turbo shouldnt hit full boost by 3800 rpm. It could be a product of the crappy 91oct we have in AZ im not sure. Its all speculative at this point untill I see the Dyno logs.
Crappy 91 will spool up the car better than godly C16.
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Old 04-18-2010, 02:22 PM   #78
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Crappy 91 will spool up the car better than godly C16.
Well its not going to see C16 at the most 100oct pump and meth. Im thinking there might be a mechanical hiccup somwhere, already shot emails to clark and Goodspeed about it. Does anybody on here have a dyno of a S259 or S362 with .70ar housing for refrence. I think this might be the first bog hes tuned, than again I might be wrong on that also.
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Old 04-18-2010, 02:24 PM   #79
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Well its not going to see C16 at the most 100oct pump and meth. Im thinking there might be a mechanical hiccup somwhere, already shot emails to clark and Goodspeed about it. Does anybody on here have a dyno of a S259 or S362 with .70ar housing for refrence. I think this might be the first bog hes tuned, than again I might be wrong on that also.
well then, the 91 will spool the car better than the 100 octane.
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Old 04-18-2010, 02:46 PM   #80
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Well its not going to see C16 at the most 100oct pump and meth. Im thinking there might be a mechanical hiccup somwhere, already shot emails to clark and Goodspeed about it. Does anybody on here have a dyno of a S259 or S362 with .70ar housing for refrence. I think this might be the first bog hes tuned, than again I might be wrong on that also.


3rd gear, but it loaded up quicker on the street.
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Old 04-18-2010, 02:58 PM   #81
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Well that doesn't look too impressive, since it loaded quicker on the street; can you post the logs?
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Old 04-18-2010, 03:06 PM   #82
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yeah, let me see if I can find em.
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Old 04-18-2010, 03:15 PM   #83
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My friend is running a rotated T67 greddy kit and he says his doesent have decent numbers untill 5,000 on the dyno but on the street it starts kicking pretty hard at about 3,500 rpm so the extra load can do wonders over the dyno.
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Old 04-18-2010, 03:28 PM   #84
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When it maxes out it is at full boost...pro-tuner just will not display any further even though he has an aem 3.5 bar. Sorry I don't have any starting from a lower RPM.

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RPM Rel. Pressure
3748 0.44
3748 1.31
3854 2.32
3918 3.63
3959 5.22
4178 7.11
4303 10.01
4359 14.07
4547 20.45
4696 22.92
4875 22.92

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3312 0
3409 0.58
3435 1.02
3508 1.6
3614 2.18
3614 3.05
3690 4.06
3747 5.08
3846 6.53
3950 8.12
4056 10.3
4174 13.63
4317 19
4538 22.77
4656 22.77
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Is this on a S259 or S362
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6sp or 5sp
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Old 04-18-2010, 03:49 PM   #87
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S362, 04 6 speed
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Nice Ill post up my logs once I receive them, Im not sure but I beleive my final tune will be the next monday after this one.
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Nice Ill post up my logs once I receive them, Im not sure but I beleive my final tune will be the next monday after this one.
try to get logs all the way from 2000 rpm to redline.
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Old 04-18-2010, 06:42 PM   #90
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S362, 04 6 speed
I believe my 35r has just s smidge on you. Depending on the header temp and ambient temp, it could probably go one way or another.
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Old 04-18-2010, 07:33 PM   #91
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Chinese ebay header on his car that has an exhaust leak (go figure!), stock heads on that one He is upgrading though to a S364 with the new race cover while the engine is out for cams, valves and port and polish. Hopefully he will get the exhaust leak fixed as well.
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Old 04-19-2010, 12:12 AM   #92
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Clark said my car is hitting full boost by 4700 RPM on the street, WTF!
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Here's a semi-unfinished tune on a BW s258 .70 AR on a stock 2.5 sti motor + fmic, etc.

Purple is pump at 23 psi - red is 26 psi + meth (tune wasn't finished due to failing plugs).

http://img171.imageshack.us/i/attid04baba1bop9.png/

This is the same turbo that's going in my build - will see how it does in a few months.
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wow with a 259, seems kinda slow, well really slow major leak?
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Here's a semi-unfinished tune on a BW s258 .70 AR on a stock 2.5 sti motor + fmic, etc.

Purple is pump at 23 psi - red is 26 psi + meth (tune wasn't finished due to failing plugs).

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This is the same turbo that's going in my build - will see how it does in a few months.
175whp in about 500rpms, man that must kit freaking insanely and thats just the pumpgas
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Well theres got to be a leak somwhere, I mean its a brand new everything so I dont know where it can be leaking from. I guess I will find out because I would expect full boost from a GT40 by 4700 rpms.
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Well theres got to be a leak somwhere, I mean its a brand new everything so I dont know where it can be leaking from. I guess I will find out because I would expect full boost from a GT40 by 4700 rpms.
How is Clark tuning your car? is it E-tuned?
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No juan he has it in person. I know there is something wrong here, this turbo is just not even close to what is should be. The problem may be is that he hasnt tuned one of these on a Subaru before thus doesent know where it should be hitting.
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Okay we are going to try a few things, fist of all I am running 272 kelford cams so the car is going to hit full boost about 4200 rpm so we think it might be the AMR headers we are going to switch them out with Perrin headers they think they can get 500 rpm sooner by just changing the header out. The numbers so far are impressive

With just 91oct at 20 psi we are at 405whp they think with race fuel we will hit around 530whp. This is on a mustang dyno.
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Sounds like some good numbers. 20 psi and 405 is about right on 91. We saw 395 at a little more on 93 with the 256.
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