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Old 06-01-2011, 09:56 PM   #1
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I just got back this past Sunday Nov 14th for my updated Dyno Tune at Cobb Tuning in Plano TX. with the newly built motor 08 STI 6 speed and FMIC.


Updated new numbers and added new graph as well as temp etc.....


Here are the graphs updated pics and Mod list....


http://gallery.me.com/gregnauman#100...or=black&sel=8















New Tune with FMIC, Grimmspeed Ported manifold and HF crosspipe, Aeromotive Fuel Pump, Aeromotive FPR, STI Fuel Pump Control Module
6 speed, R180 3.90



Old Tune with TMIC, 5 speed, R160 4.44





Car: 2005 Outback XT
Tuner: Calvin Dotson Cobb Tuning Plano TX
Dyno Info: Mustang
Temp: OLD-55-65F New-65-70
Sea Level: Aprox 1000 FT
Fuel: E85 105 octane

PowerTrain:
Tuned by Calvin Dotson Cobb Tuning Plano TX
Cobb Ver 2 AP w Access Tuner Race
350 whp (E85) TMIC 385 whp (E85) FMIC
373 wtq (E85) TMIC 423 wtq (E85) FMIC
304 whp (91) TMIC 347 whp (93) FMIC
317 wtq (91) TMIC 360 wtq (93) FMIC
AVO380 (Garrett 2871r)
AVO Wastegate Actuator
Cobb Turbo Heat Shield
Prodrive EBCS
AVO FMIC
Perrin Signature Series Recirc BOV
AVO Throttle Body Hose
AVO Cold Air Intake
Aeromotive Stealth 340 LPH Fuel Pump
Aeromotive Fuel Pressure Regulator
07 STI Fuel Pump Control Module
ID 1000cc Top Feed Injectors and Conversion (Bosch)
Custom Fuel Lines
Cobb Catted DownPipe 3" with flex and taper removed DEI Wrapped
Cobb Lightweight Crank Pulley
Grimmspeed UP DEI Wrapped
Grimmspeed Ported Exhaust Manifolds
Grimmspeed High Flow Crossover DEI Wrapped
Grimmspeed AOS
Autospeed Catback 3" Exhaust
Gates Racing Blue Timing Belt
Gates Racing Blue Radiator Hoses
Cobb Radiator Shroud
Braille B3121 Light Weight Battery
Rotella T6 5w 40 Synthetic

Cobb Stage 2 Motor- Cobb/Watt Built:
07 STI Block, 07 STI Forged Crank, JE 2618 Forged Pistons
Cobb/Crower Rods, STI 11mm Oil Pump, Killer B P/U Tube
STI bearings, ARP Rod and Head bolts,

DriveTrain:
08 STI 6 Speed
DCCDPro DCCD Controller
08 STI DCCD Switches
07 STI R180 Torsen
08 Spec B Rear Axels
STI Spec B Short Throw Shifter
Kartboy Shifter Bushings
STI Group N Tranny Mount
STI Group N Motor Mounts
Clutch Masters HD Pressure Plate
Clutch Masters FX300 Kevlar Disc
08 STI Flywheel
Subaru Extra-S gear oil F&R


Suspension:
Cobb Rear Sway Bar
Cobb Front Sway Bar
Cobb Sway Bar Bushings F/R
Kartboy Endlinks F/R
AVO Offset Control Arm Bushings
BC/BR Racing Coilovers Lowered 1.5"

Brakes:
Wilwood Superlight 4 Pot Front Brake Calipers
LGT Rear Brake Calipers
Hawk HPS Pads F/R
DBA 4000 Slotted Rotors F/R
Technafit SS Brake Lines
Motul RB600 Fluid

Audio:
2007 Spec B Radio MP3, Aux Input, Satellite Control
2007 Spec B Console Cubby Aux input for Iphone
Subaru Sirius Satellite Radio Module
Subaru Factory under seat Sub Woofer

Interior:
STI Pedals
STI 3 Gauge Pack in Cubby
STI Front Seats 04
STI Alcantara in Rear Seats
Cobb Shift Knob
STI DCCD Controls
Auto dimming Homelink Mirror
Innovate LC-1 Wideband
VBG1 v1.05 AFR and Boost Gauge
Passport X50
ProClip Iphone Holder
TomTom App iPhone

Exterior:
Window Tint Front 35% Rear 20%
Volt HID Kit with DRL Disabled
Toshiba HIR High Beams
STI Badge
JDM Outback Bumper with Exhaust Cutouts
Legacy GT Rear Bumper Beam
Michelin Pilot Sport A/S Tires
06-07 WRX Wheels
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Old 08-20-2011, 10:02 PM   #2
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Cobb plano is putting short block in car today. STI Block, STI Crank, Crower/Cobb Rods, JE Pistons, ARP studs, ARP rod bolts, STI oil pump, Killer B pick up tube.

As soon as car gets back this next week, 08 STI tranny R180 DCCDpro etc going in
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Old 08-20-2011, 10:28 PM   #3
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Wow this car is amazing ! Such a beast . This makes me want to get a newer legacy really bad.
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Old 08-20-2011, 10:34 PM   #4
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Thanks, can't wait to get it done! Its been a looooong patient road
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Old 09-04-2011, 11:34 PM   #5
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08 sit 6 Speed in the car yesterday, wired up the DCCDpro and spec B STI STS is in. Rear diff and driveshaft going in tuesday and should be on the road by tuesday night or wednesday.
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Old 09-05-2011, 12:42 AM   #6
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do STI seats have side airbags in them? if so do the connectors just hook right up?
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Old 09-05-2011, 11:57 AM   #7
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Yes they do but some of them are different. I ended up purchasing 2004 STI seats. The first thing I did was take the seat back off the seat frame and plug it into my air bag wiring harness under the seat.
The connectors were identical and when I plugged it in the air bag light went out just like on the factory seat.
I believe the 2005 seats would do the same thing.

With that being said I think after 2005 the air bags may have changed or even be different from the legacy air bags. Im not sure.

I do know the seats I purchased were installed in a WRX, not sure of the year, and the air bags did not work. Thats why I got them so reasonably priced. The dealer could not sell the traded in car with the air bags not working so they removed the seat.

I know some later model legacies like 2007-2008 have tried some of these seats and the air bag light was still on.

Its really just trial and error, but the 04-05 seats do in fact work in the 05 legacy and legacy OB.

Also my STI seats are using the legacy seat bottom frame and rails, and then the STI bottom cushion, and STI seat back. I even installed the seat heaters from the legacy seats and put them in the STI seats.

It was some work to take them apart and do what I did but it was well worth it.

Here is a link to the how to, and while I did not start the thread I did add to it much, I am scooby2.5 on this forum:

http://legacygt.com/forums/showthrea...ight=STI+seats
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Old 09-08-2011, 10:33 PM   #8
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Well here is an update..... The motor was installed and I picked it up on Aug 26th from Cobb Plano. Motor built by them and Watt Bingham from Watts Shop
It was run on the dyno for 20-30 miles up and down the RPM range for 1.5 hours to break the motor in.

STI Block, STI Forged Crank, Crower/Cobb Rods, ARP Rod bolts, STI Bearings, JE Forged Pistons, STI 11mm Oil pump, Killer B P/U Tube, ARP Head Bolts

I drove it home and the following Saturday put my 08 STI 6 speed, Clutchmasters FX300, DCCDpro, R180 Diff, Spec B STS, group N mounts, kartboy shifter bushings.

So Car on the road and going back to Cobb for Final tune mid october.
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Old 09-08-2011, 11:12 PM   #9
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excellent
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Old 09-09-2011, 12:51 AM   #10
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Amazing, simply amazing.

It's a beautiful car, beautiful mechanics, engine and transmission.....

Everything about it is simply wonderful and I am green with envy and jealously

Now don't be just a poser ;D have fun with it, take it off road, sands and mud! See how the STI power will assist you!!!!

As for STI speed, I wonder if it'd outbeat a stock sti; the wagon platform does make it a bit more aerodynamic (less vaccuum created since from the sedan to wagon; but the weight issue...)
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Old 09-09-2011, 10:15 AM   #11
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What's an STS (other than a Cadillac )?
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Old 09-09-2011, 10:16 AM   #12
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Ive smoked a stage 2 STI no problem....

350/375 whp/wtq on E85

Search Outback XT Nauman
http://accessecu.com/dyno/#graphanchor

weight of car you say.....

Ive removed a few LBS from the listing below with mods but added some back with the R180 and 6 speed.
Pretty similar to the 2008 up STI weight

2005 Outback XT manual Non limited 3,415lbs

2005 STI listed at: 3,263lbs
2006 STI listed at: 3,351lbs
2007 STI listed at: 3,351lbs
2008 STI listed at: 3,395lbs
BBS models: 3,373
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Old 09-09-2011, 10:17 AM   #13
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What's an STS (other than a Cadillac )?
Short Throw Shifter
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Old 09-10-2011, 09:44 PM   #14
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Pictures of my DCCD Control Buttons mounted:





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Old 11-05-2011, 08:39 PM   #15
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Old 11-06-2011, 11:55 AM   #16
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Gosh, lately we've been having such interesting car build threads! Between PHATSuby, Girodisc, and now you gregnauman, I think the bar just keeps going up.

I really hope you're able to get some video or just more pictures once everything is finished
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Old 11-06-2011, 01:34 PM   #17
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I will, Cobb will be doing a new dyno video of it this week and I need to take some new pics with the FMIC etc. Stay tuned.....
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Old 11-07-2011, 09:38 AM   #18
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i have a 2000 legacy. would those seats hook up with my current airbag connectors? if one could find STI limited seats, didn't they have heaters?
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Old 11-07-2011, 09:45 AM   #19
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I have no idea on the older cars, but I would guess the airbags will not work, thats 5 years previous.

A link to my write up on the seat install is in post #7 at the bottom.

Yes the limited seats did have seat heaters
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Old 11-07-2011, 05:54 PM   #20
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*sigh*

That's a really nice Outback. Very clean, really nice work you've done
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Old 11-10-2011, 01:30 PM   #21
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Real impressive job on this! I have an 2005 Legacy GT Wagon, and I wish I had the time to get a newer Outback and swap it like yours. Looks clean, and I one of the first things that comes to mind when I see it is "sleeper"! I unassuming, uber fast cars! Good work.
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Old 11-10-2011, 03:45 PM   #22
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Awesome build!

I can't wait to do a 5EAT to 6MT swap!
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Old 11-10-2011, 11:16 PM   #23
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Just put down 385/425 to the wheels on a mustang dyno on E85 today.

347/360 on 93
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Old 11-13-2011, 09:47 PM   #24
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Hell yeah. That car is such a beast. On free way on ramps people would do the " wtf? ". Lol
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Not a good picture but fabric done on the rear seats and going back in this week

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