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Old 02-25-2011, 01:33 PM   #251
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400+ Monster on stock engine internals? Blasphemy. Were you driving the car at all with this set up or only for the Dyno? If so how much driving was logged, DD, Tracked, etc. Looking forward to seeing the engine build regardless. Subscribed.
To answer a previous question, the fuel pressure and fuel lines are all stock. We didn't run out of injector, rather we ran out of physical fuel flow which results in a pressure drop and game over.

I've been driving the car at this boost level since I took it off the dyno. It wasn't just for show. It's insane!
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Old 02-25-2011, 01:36 PM   #252
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400+ Monster on stock engine internals? Blasphemy. Were you driving the car at all with this set up or only for the Dyno? If so how much driving was logged, DD, Tracked, etc. Looking forward to seeing the engine build regardless. Subscribed.
that's really not that bad on the stock motor. We have over 400whp at 18psi on a 35R on the 2011 that we're building and it's stock motor and TMIC.

I'm sure that Forged will make great power out of this by the time it's all said and done.
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Old 02-25-2011, 08:17 PM   #253
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Looking forward to your track day in March Sharif, I hope to attend if it's on a weekend!! Keep us posted on the date!
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Old 02-27-2011, 12:39 PM   #254
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It is on a weekend, and Sharif I looked at the entrants list. You are bringing the red Porche. It would be cool if you could see what lap times the 2011 Subaru STi makes on this current block?
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Old 02-27-2011, 04:59 PM   #255
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It is on a weekend, and Sharif I looked at the entrants list. You are bringing the red Porche. It would be cool if you could see what lap times the 2011 Subaru STi makes on this current block?
That is the plan. Stock block road Atlanta in march. Will be interesting to compare data acquisition between our GT3 and thR STi. . I've already got the GT3 down to 1:34 on R888's. I think I can match that with the grocery getter??!! Maybe?
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Old 02-27-2011, 09:27 PM   #256
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1:34 that is fast! How much does the grocery getter weigh since the upgrades?
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Old 02-27-2011, 09:31 PM   #257
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hey sharif what day is the track day, me and a couple other were thinking about coming for spectating and drooling!
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Old 02-27-2011, 10:22 PM   #258
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Old 02-28-2011, 03:46 AM   #259
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The 18X10 +40 is a perfect fitments as you can see in the profile shots. We are running a Toyo R888 in 265/35/18 size and once we dial in the camber and ride height it should tuck in perfectly behind the fender. We also rolled the rear fender and there is absolutely no rubbing. I will also point out, that we temporarily installed some Tein S Tech lowering springs as our JRZ shocks are about 2-3 weeks out. The car just doesn't look right with the wheels without a drop...so we had to take care of that.

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any rubbing on the front?
I just put rota g-force 18x9 32mm offset with hankook RS-3 265/35/18 and it rubs on the front when the steering wheel is turned completely to both left and right
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Old 03-01-2011, 10:01 AM   #260
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There is no rubbing up front. We had to gently roll the rear fenders as there was a hint of rubbing under big bumps.
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Old 03-01-2011, 11:19 PM   #261
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Thats awesome yet hard to believe a 18x10 with 265s fit with only light fender rolling and no coilovers.. but you guys are the experts and i have yet to play with a 2011 so VERY nice.

amazing car. btw
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Old 03-01-2011, 11:56 PM   #262
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Crazy how much tire these will fit, just put some 275 35 18's on 18x9.5's +38 with just a rear fender roll.
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Old 03-02-2011, 12:32 AM   #263
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i must say this thing is coming to life? how would you measure the life of this stock motor with mods as compared to the sketchy 08-10 motors?
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Old 03-02-2011, 01:27 AM   #264
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Amazing build... wow.
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Old 03-02-2011, 05:52 AM   #265
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I love this build. This is exactly what I would do with a different color STI.
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Old 03-02-2011, 09:16 AM   #266
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Loving the build so far but being the detailing nerd I am, the pictures of the car in the sun make me hope a paint correction detail is a future 'mod' :-)
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Old 03-02-2011, 10:29 AM   #267
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Hey Sharif...any news on the video? Last I heard was that it was in editing but that was a week ago...any idea when we will see the dyno footage?
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Old 03-02-2011, 12:54 PM   #268
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i must say this thing is coming to life? how would you measure the life of this stock motor with mods as compared to the sketchy 08-10 motors?
Do we know what, if anything, has changed on the 2011 motors?
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Old 03-02-2011, 02:07 PM   #269
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Do we know what, if anything, has changed on the 2011 motors?
Unless it is different bearings or something like that, I think the only that changed is a better flowing stock downpipe.
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Old 03-02-2011, 02:10 PM   #270
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Unless it is different bearings or something like that, I think the only that changed is a better flowing stock downpipe.
which, compared back to back with previous GR downpipes, was apparently identical.
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Old 03-03-2011, 12:36 PM   #271
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Here is the sought after AMS Intake Manifold. Let me remind you this is their Prototype. This is not a final product. The final product will be made from cast and will look much different. Forged Performance is honored to be given the opportunity to test the manifold. We will be performing a back to back dyno session. We will let everyone know the performance, and feedback of the AMS prototype.





Install and Testing coming soon!

Thanks for looking!

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Old 03-03-2011, 12:53 PM   #272
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looks great and i understand it is just a prototype but i dont get why it isnt one piece. i hope the production one is atleast.

and is that stainless or aluminum?
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Old 03-03-2011, 02:38 PM   #273
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Tray,

Can you guys comment about the differences this intake manifold will have over another brand, say Cosworth? I will keeping an eye on the results. I would like to see if this adds a little lag to the setup or if there will be a shift in the powerband.
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Old 03-03-2011, 03:04 PM   #274
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Got a few more items in the mail today that I'd like to share. Tomei sent us a few goodies that are going to be perfect for our Engine Build. We ordered the Tomei Timing belt, Belt guide, Baffle stiffner, and 270/270 Camshafts. The quality of each of the Tomei parts are second to none. We look forward to installing these items, and putting the camshafts to test.




The Tomei Kevlar Timing belt, and Belt guide. The timing belt is super tough and is claimed to be 4x the strength of OEM without sacrificing durability. We paired the timing belt with Tomei's belt guide. The Belt guide is a straight cut of aluminum with an extended length to securely apply more tension to the timing belt. This product comes in handy when immediate changes in torque are experienced by the engine, eliminating belt whip.



Tomei's highly experienced engineers developed an engine baffle stiffener to help prevent bearing failure, and help regulate the oil supply. During the R&D Tomei found one of the main causes of engine problems on the EJ20/25 are the bearings. The majority of the cases were caused by lack of motor oil in the oil pan (sump) and passages. They also found that the lack of rigidity in the crank case is also another problem facing this engine design. Under extensive research, Tomei created the baffle stiffener which helps strengthen the left and right side of the crankcase to help provide the added support with its dual structural design. The rubber baffle design greatly aids the regulation of the oil supply. This gives added control to reduce blowby for EJ20/25 owners who use their cars for high performance driving.




The most exciting parts that arrived were the Tomei PROCAMS. We decided to go with Tomei's PROCAM 270 Intake, & 270 Exhaust. We felt this was the best bet for our large turbo application. The specs on the camshafts are quite impressive. The Intake side has 11.0mm lift, and the exhaust side has a lift of 10.8mm. With that lift we know it will make an significant improvement to our 2011 STi build. Not only do we hope to achieve more power with the camshafts but improve the powerband. We look forward to performing a dyno test in the weeks to come.

Thanks for looking!

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Old 03-03-2011, 03:33 PM   #275
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Got a few more items in the mail today that I'd like to share. Tomei sent us a few goodies that are going to be perfect for our Engine Build. We ordered the Tomei Timing belt, Belt guide, Baffle stiffner, and 270/270 Camshafts. The quality of each of the Tomei parts are second to none. We look forward to installing these items, and putting the camshafts to test.




The Tomei Kevlar Timing belt, and Belt guide. The timing belt is super tough and is claimed to be 4x the strength of OEM without sacrificing durability. We paired the timing belt with Tomei's belt guide. The Belt guide is a straight cut of aluminum with an extended length to securely apply more tension to the timing belt. This product comes in handy when immediate changes in torque are experienced by the engine, eliminating belt whip.



Tomei's highly experienced engineers developed an engine baffle stiffener to help prevent bearing failure, and help regulate the oil supply. During the R&D Tomei found one of the main causes of engine problems on the EJ20/25 are the bearings. The majority of the cases were caused by lack of motor oil in the oil pan (sump) and passages. They also found that the lack of rigidity in the crank case is also another problem facing this engine design. Under extensive research, Tomei created the baffle stiffener which helps strengthen the left and right side of the crankcase to help provide the added support with its dual structural design. The rubber baffle design greatly aids the regulation of the oil supply. This gives added control to reduce blowby for EJ20/25 owners who use their cars for high performance driving.




The most exciting parts that arrived were the Tomei PROCAMS. We decided to go with Tomei's PROCAM 270 Intake, & 270 Exhaust. We felt this was the best bet for our large turbo application. The specs on the camshafts are quite impressive. The Intake side has 11.0mm lift, and the exhaust side has a lift of 10.8mm. With that lift we know it will make an significant improvement to our 2011 STi build. Not only do we hope to achieve more power with the camshafts but improve the powerband. We look forward to performing a dyno test in the weeks to come.

Thanks for looking!

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very nice.
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