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Old 10-06-2011, 02:34 AM   #1
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Default 2004 ej205 wrx hta68 last runs before built motor

2004 wrx with 80k on stock ej205 and 5mt car was full weight

Event: dyno pull / quarter mile
Location: revolutions performance colorado srpings, co/ S.R.C.A. dragstip Greatbend, Ks
Ambient Temp: 87/ high 60`s
Elevation: 2000
Weather: sunny calm day
Track and Conditions: asphalt, dusty, flat
Tires: nankan/245/17s
Car: 2004 wrx
Tuner: Adam Kennedy
Dyno Info: dyno dynamics
Transmission: 5spd gearset
Gear: 3rd
Peak HP at RPM: 287awhp 6700rpm uncorrected
Peak Torque at RPM: 290awtq 4300rpm uncorrected
Baseline hp/tq for a stock on same dyno: 2.0 wrx 150awhp/ sti 210-220awhp
Target Boost: 24psi tapering to 21-22psi at redline
Target AFR:11`s
Fuel: E85
Engine/Power Modifications:
hta68 8cm
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turboxs fmic
turboxs mbc
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Driveline:
excedy stage 2 clutch
Suspension Modifications: tienen springs, perrin sway bars

r/t - .584
60` - 1.764
330 - 5.101
1/8 - 7.836
mph - 90.31
1000 - 10.211
1/4 - 12.128
mph - 112.28

only decent run i had all night couldnt get my launches or 1st to 2nd shifts dialed
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Old 10-06-2011, 08:02 AM   #2
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There is a format for posting results in PPB. Please read this thread and update your post when you have time. Thanks.

http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1858764
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Old 10-06-2011, 03:05 PM   #3
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Nice runs, that's booking it at altitude. Love the uncorrected numbers btw. Screw this huge correction factor/ high reading dyno bs.
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Old 10-06-2011, 11:45 PM   #4
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thanks i deffinatly supprise a few ppl and i agree everyone argues when really it all comes down to times over numbers
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Old 10-08-2011, 01:11 PM   #5
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Great times! Are you going with a larger turbo with the built engine?
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Old 10-08-2011, 08:14 PM   #6
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Those HP/TQ numbers seem really low for running E85.
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Old 10-08-2011, 08:56 PM   #7
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Those HP/TQ numbers seem really low for running E85.
^ That's what I was thinking. Those 1/4 mile numbers look good though. I made 300 whp and tq with a vf39 and complete supporting mods minus the EWG and E85 on my 02 wrx.
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Old 10-08-2011, 09:11 PM   #8
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^ That's what I was thinking. Those 1/4 mile numbers look good though. I made 300 whp and tq with a vf39 and complete supporting mods minus the EWG and E85 on my 02 wrx.
Lol that's cause it's a low reading dyno (aka realistic), uncorrected, at altitude. His 1/4 mile runs would be about a 11.6 at sea level. That is some power and drastically more than your vf39 setup.

Your not even close to 300whp on a vf39 with pump gas. That's simply a shop trying to get business by having a high reading dyno.
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Old 10-08-2011, 09:26 PM   #9
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Lol that's cause it's a low reading dyno (aka realistic), uncorrected, at altitude. His 1/4 mile runs would be about a 11.6 at sea level. That is some power and drastically more than your vf39 setup.

Your not even close to 300whp on a vf39 with pump gas. That's simply a shop trying to get business by having a high reading dyno.
Yup, just look at the baseline #'s.
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Old 10-09-2011, 01:10 AM   #10
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Lol that's cause it's a low reading dyno (aka realistic), uncorrected, at altitude. His 1/4 mile runs would be about a 11.6 at sea level. That is some power and drastically more than your vf39 setup.

Your not even close to 300whp on a vf39 with pump gas. That's simply a shop trying to get business by having a high reading dyno.
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Seems like most shops with DD dynos always use a 1.1-1.2 correction factor. This car makes good power and the trap shows. If you used a 1.2cr on the OP car it would be 344whp
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Old 10-11-2011, 12:41 PM   #11
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Your not even close to 300whp on a vf39 with pump gas. That's simply a shop trying to get business by having a high reading dyno.[/quote]


Is this guy serious? ^ lol. There are thousands of bugeye wrx's with the same setup I have "vf39" and supporting mods that make sometimes over 300whp on atleast 4 different kinds of dyno's. I literally watched them dyno my car with a 1.0 correction factor and came up just over 300 at the end. Look at the power proven braggin and 2.0l forums. I run 93 octane and basically ran out of other mods besides bigger turbo, injectors, head/block work, and ewg and hit it somewhat easily. Why are you hating on the vf series turbo's?

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Old 10-11-2011, 12:55 PM   #12
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Yup, just look at the baseline #'s.
Baseline numbers say that the car lost 34% of its power at the crankshaft (227>150ish). that doesn't sound too realistic.
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Old 10-18-2011, 03:08 AM   #13
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Great times! Are you going with a larger turbo with the built engine?
thanks i was happy with it and yes i will most likely go rotated 35r im going to run a destroked 2.35 and upwards of 8500rpm so i need alot of air lol
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Old 10-18-2011, 03:13 AM   #14
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Those HP/TQ numbers seem really low for running E85.
its uncorrected if the would have corrected it to sea level which i believe is 1.5 correction i would have been in the 350 range they said but im not big for numbers id rather go for time the set up i ran before was a vf22 iwg on 600cc injectors with TBE and fmic on 18psi on 91oct i only made 235/241 but ran a best of 12.63 at 106

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Old 10-18-2011, 12:54 PM   #15
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Numbers for the vf22 were that low? Wtf mate.
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Lol that's cause it's a low reading dyno (aka realistic), uncorrected, at altitude. His 1/4 mile runs would be about a 11.6 at sea level. That is some power and drastically more than your vf39 setup.

Your not even close to 300whp on a vf39 with pump gas. That's simply a shop trying to get business by having a high reading dyno.
300whp is def possible on pump and vf39/43... With 1.0 cf search mi friend
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Old 10-18-2011, 04:16 PM   #17
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Numbers for the vf22 were that low? Wtf mate.
its a low reading dyno with no correction low boost and ****ty 91oct fuel ill add both dynographs tonight
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Is this guy serious? ^ lol. There are thousands of bugeye wrx's with the same setup I have "vf39" and supporting mods that make sometimes over 300whp on atleast 4 different kinds of dyno's. I literally watched them dyno my car with a 1.0 correction factor and came up just over 300 at the end. Look at the power proven braggin and 2.0l forums. I run 93 octane and basically ran out of other mods besides bigger turbo, injectors, head/block work, and ewg and hit it somewhat easily. Why are you hating on the vf series turbo's?

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Yes, I'm serious. It's common knowledge actually. Granted, you should be close on higher reading dynos. On low reading you would be around 250-280ish.

Dyno's can say whatever you want them to say peak hp wise. That's the benefit of different styles, different correction factors, and different operators. The dynojet, and more particularly, the dynocom and dynopack dyno's can show ridiculous numbers. There was one kid from Florida in PPB that had a small 16g (35lb/min) that was supposedly producing 400whp on a dynopack on pump gas. Obviously he wasn't, that's impossible. Take the numbers with a grain of salt.

Another example, my 68hta setup made 342 uncorrected on a dyno dynamics, in shoot out mode (which reads like a dynojet, 1.16cf) it was 396. Did I pick up 50whp? Of course not. Hell, the Moon Dyno The Shop uses just has a 1.2cf, if I used that cf I would have been at 410whp. I know that the 68hta isn't a 400whp turbo.
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