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Old 11-24-2011, 02:50 PM   #301
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Toyed with the 0-60 program on the AP last night. I clearly suck at drag racing. Lowest was 5.1 and I definitely had trouble getting the stick to go into 2nd. Anyone else have this issue?

At 340 whp and 350 tq, what should a good driver expect a 0-60 be? From reading about the cosworth cs400 (400 bhp) it can do 0-60 in 3.6 s. I know it has better suspension etc but shouldn't my car be able to get in the low 4's since my bhp should be on par with the cosworth car?
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Old 11-27-2011, 01:07 AM   #302
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Toyed with the 0-60 program on the AP last night. I clearly suck at drag racing. Lowest was 5.1 and I definitely had trouble getting the stick to go into 2nd. Anyone else have this issue?

At 340 whp and 350 tq, what should a good driver expect a 0-60 be? From reading about the cosworth cs400 (400 bhp) it can do 0-60 in 3.6 s. I know it has better suspension etc but shouldn't my car be able to get in the low 4's since my bhp should be on par with the cosworth car?
They are running drag tires I'm sure. Also the AP isn't that accurate. Try going to a strip
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Old 11-27-2011, 08:12 AM   #303
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I'll go to a strip once I learn to launch correctly. Don't feel like embarrassing myself just yet.
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Old 11-29-2011, 09:27 PM   #304
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2004 STI Fuel damper being shipped. Getting ready to pull the trigger on a fuel pressure regulator. The Tomei model seems promising. The goal is to eliminate the small stuttering from 2500 to 3000 rpm.

On the horizon is the Crawford v2 air oil separator.

Merry Christmas and happy birthday to me!
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Old 11-30-2011, 02:07 AM   #305
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2004 STI Fuel damper being shipped. Getting ready to pull the trigger on a fuel pressure regulator. The Tomei model seems promising. The goal is to eliminate the small stuttering from 2500 to 3000 rpm.

On the horizon is the Crawford v2 air oil separator.

Merry Christmas and happy birthday to me!
Yay AOS! Less chance of detonation and less oil loss from blow by =)
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Old 11-30-2011, 02:05 PM   #306
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2004 STI Fuel damper being shipped. Getting ready to pull the trigger on a fuel pressure regulator. The Tomei model seems promising. The goal is to eliminate the small stuttering from 2500 to 3000 rpm.

On the horizon is the Crawford v2 air oil separator.

Merry Christmas and happy birthday to me!
you know there is a group buy on Nasioc for this right?
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Old 11-30-2011, 03:30 PM   #307
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For what part and what thread? Thanks!

Never mind. Ordered.

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Old 12-10-2011, 09:26 AM   #308
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Thinking of going rotated. In the running are Perrin, Crawford or P and L. Looking at the GTX3576. I hope results come soon. My tuner is recommending this turbo for my goal of 400+whp on 93 pump gas here in south Florida. All the kits look real promising.

I like P and L's since it was made to work with a TMIC. I don't want to go fmic just yet. P and L has some serious cars coming out of their shop it seems so they have to know what they are doing.

Perrin has a really clean finished product at a really good price. I'm not crazy about the foam intake but maybe I can fit my AEM (came w KSTech CAI) on the pipe or some other cone filter. I would need a fabricated piece if I want to keep the TMIC.

Crawford also has a very clean looking setup. I think I can request for a TMIC setup. The price is on the high side.

Anyone know of a shop selling reverse manifold fmic kits?
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Old 12-11-2011, 04:40 PM   #309
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Thinking of going rotated. In the running are Perrin, Crawford or P and L. Looking at the GTX3576. I hope results come soon. My tuner is recommending this turbo for my goal of 400+whp on 93 pump gas here in south Florida. All the kits look real promising.

I like P and L's since it was made to work with a TMIC. I don't want to go fmic just yet. P and L has some serious cars coming out of their shop it seems so they have to know what they are doing.

Perrin has a really clean finished product at a really good price. I'm not crazy about the foam intake but maybe I can fit my AEM (came w KSTech CAI) on the pipe or some other cone filter. I would need a fabricated piece if I want to keep the TMIC.

Crawford also has a very clean looking setup. I think I can request for a TMIC setup. The price is on the high side.

Anyone know of a shop selling reverse manifold fmic kits?
Full race

Oh wait you have an 11 so no I don't.
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Old 12-11-2011, 04:42 PM   #310
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Who's your tuner?

Also Foreman Performance just made a custom rotated kit for the perrin. http://www.3gwrx.com/forum/index.php/topic,22349.0.html
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Old 12-11-2011, 05:22 PM   #311
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Phatron is my tuner. I'll check out your link. Thanks.

Also starting to look at the ATP stock location GTX3576 internally wastegated but then getting a grimmspeed uppipe w wastegate to atmosphere. 3" inlet w kstech 83 mm intake, 3" Perrin turbo inlet hose.

With this setup I would either do a spearco TMIC or some stock location Fmic.
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Old 12-11-2011, 08:25 PM   #312
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Phatron is my tuner. I'll check out your link. Thanks.

Also starting to look at the ATP stock location GTX3576 internally wastegated but then getting a grimmspeed uppipe w wastegate to atmosphere. 3" inlet w kstech 83 mm intake, 3" Perrin turbo inlet hose.

With this setup I would either do a spearco TMIC or some stock location Fmic.
Waste gate to atmosphere are so damn loud
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Old 12-11-2011, 08:29 PM   #313
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Yeah I keep going back and forth. I Don't think to atmosphere is going to fly. The cost to even do my stock location idea is not saving much so I'm going back to the idea of rotated. Ewg w dump back to down pipe is best option.
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It's only when you're in boost though. So you only hear when in reality you want to.
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Old 12-11-2011, 10:20 PM   #315
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This is an awesome thread.
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Old 12-11-2011, 10:28 PM   #316
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It's only when you're in boost though. So you only hear when in reality you want to.
Which would mean nearly every time the light turns green lol.
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Old 12-21-2011, 05:50 AM   #317
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Alrighty, it has been a while since I've done or purchased anything for the car. Just ordered the Aquamist HSF-3 from IA Performance. I also have an order for the Crawford AOS with them. They gave me a great holiday price for the Aquamist including shipping. Stephen from IA Performance has been very helpful in answering my questions as well.

Basically the gains, added protection and price of the Aquamist system outweighs going with a bigger turbo, going rotated, or getting a Fmic. From my research 50/50 water/meth would be nearly equivalent to going 104 octane. I plan to add power and provide additional cooling to the car to prevent knock.

The plan is to install the system on my stock block. This will provide a break in period for the injection system to make sure it runs properly etc before swapping the block. Hell, if it works the way it supposed to the maybe I'll never swap the block lol. On my Dom 2.5xt-r I'm looking at pushing to get about 40 more whp. According to my tuner he says 380-400 whp is possible so I'm shooting for the lower end so that we can save some of the cooling properties rather than go all in for power. Right now I'm at 340 whp and 350 tq.

I have to buy the tank which I am going with the spec c sti tank. Then off to TAV for the install.
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Old 12-23-2011, 06:37 PM   #318
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I just subscribed to your thread. You've given me lots of ideas and parts feedback for my build.
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Old 12-23-2011, 09:43 PM   #319
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Cool man. Feel free to ask questions if you have any. My biggest advice, if you are going to mod the car, start with building the block first. Bolt ons might be cheap and add power but then you will get stuck due to the limitation a of the block. That is what I would have done in hind sight. From there I would have saved up to go rotated rather than buy piece by piece from header to down pipe and the cold air intake. Because now to go rotated I have to buy a new down pipe, uppipe and cai plus buy a bigger turbo.

Anyways, it is a learning process, have fun.
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Old 12-29-2011, 10:28 PM   #320
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I'm going with the Howerton Engineering two-one gallon tank setup. Extremely clean. I should be able to fit it in either front corners of the trunk. I'm going to try to set it up so that a few quick disconnects will allow me to remove the system from my trunk. It is a little more expensive than a Spec C tank but not by much.
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Tackling the install of the Crawford AOS. Attempted once already but got a little lost with the various hoses. I did a little more studying and hopefully second time will be smoother. It is a little difficult to spot the crank case hose, the Dom 2.5 is really tight and makes it difficult to get into the area.
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Tackling the install of the Crawford AOS. Attempted once already but got a little lost with the various hoses. I did a little more studying and hopefully second time will be smoother. It is a little difficult to spot the crank case hose, the Dom 2.5 is really tight and makes it difficult to get into the area.
Woot detonation prevention device / oil eating collector lol.

You will love having that. It really does help.
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Old 01-08-2012, 07:57 AM   #323
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Cool. My second line of defense for detonation, the Aquamist HSF-3, is here too!! Still trying to figure out how to set it up.
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Nice goods! Did the tank come in, curious for some more pics of it...
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