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Old 01-22-2016, 11:15 AM   #1
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Default 2011 WRX - Andrewtech built motor, DOM 1.5 XTR, TXS Tuned

Event: Protune
Location: Turbo XS, Gaithersburg MD
Ambient Temp: 50 ish*
Elevation: ??
Weather: 30*

Tires: N/A - Dynapack, yo'
Car: '11 WRX
Tuner: Jermaine
Dyno Info: Dynapack 4000
Transmission: 5 MT
Gear: 3rd
Peak HP at RPM: 363 @ 5700
Peak Torque at RPM: 391 @ 4300
Baseline hp/tq for a stock on same dyno: Same car @ stage 2: 300 hp / 330 tq
Target Boost: 22 psi
Target AFR: 11.X
Fuel: 93
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Andrewtech built motor
  • ACL HX rod / crank bearings
  • Eagle rods
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  • STI nitrate-treated crank
  • Wiseco stock comp pistons
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  • Blouch DOM 1.5 XTR (10cm hot-side, ceramic coated)
  • Grimmspeed up-pipe
  • Tial 38mm external wastegate (dump tube)
  • Grimmspeed 3-port EBC
  • Turbo XS Hybrid BOV
  • Maddad 3" catted downpipe
  • TurboXS catback exhaust
  • Cobb SF intake
  • Process West TMIC
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  • DW 265 fuel pump
  • ID 1000cc injectors
Misc. Bolt-ons
  • Crawford AOS
  • South Bend stg 2 daily clutch

Anyway, graph:



Overall the car was tuned to withstand the track abuse I give it, so Jermaine hooked me up with a stout tune that leaves room to grow. The injectors have more room to flow, etc... The car feels great - really pulls hard to redline. Night and day over my existing stage 2 setup.

Numbers with the same setup minus the turbo and built bottom end (same fuel, etc...) were 300 hp / 330 lbft.

Shoutout to Andrew, Sam, Riyaad, the whole Andrewtech crew, and Jermaine for getting this thing up and roaring.
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Old 01-22-2016, 03:23 PM   #2
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Awesome

TXS and A-tech brah
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Old 01-23-2016, 07:35 PM   #3
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Dat Torque.

I'm in your area... Andrew just finished building my motor... Gotta get up with Jermaine... but this daggone 3 feet of snow is gonna hang us up.
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Old 01-23-2016, 11:51 PM   #4
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seems sorta low and is having a hard time keeping TQ up top. You need a bigger turbo
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Old 01-24-2016, 06:26 PM   #5
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Dat Torque.

I'm in your area... Andrew just finished building my motor... Gotta get up with Jermaine... but this daggone 3 feet of snow is gonna hang us up.
Yeah I got it tuned just in time!

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seems sorta low and is having a hard time keeping TQ up top. You need a bigger turbo
Hah I don't think a bigger turbo is in the forecast anytime soon. I can't notice the torque drop-off, but I am curious to see other 1.5 xtr plots to see if they have the same effect. It could be due to the stock headers not flowing as well up-top. That is definitely contributing to the lag, though.
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Old 01-24-2016, 07:17 PM   #6
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Yeah I got it tuned just in time!



Hah I don't think a bigger turbo is in the forecast anytime soon. I can't notice the torque drop-off, but I am curious to see other 1.5 xtr plots to see if they have the same effect. It could be due to the stock headers not flowing as well up-top. That is definitely contributing to the lag, though.
You can look at my dyno plots for my 1.5xt-r 8cm^2 in the thread just below this one though my 19psi 91oct map was throwing timing due to crap circle K gas
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Old 01-25-2016, 01:43 AM   #7
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Looks good man. Seeing andrewtech and turbo xs with Jermaine mentioned brings me back to 2005. Good to see they are still doing Subaru's. If only you had a UTEC. :-)
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Old 01-25-2016, 05:31 PM   #8
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Fun set up! Andrewtech & TurboXS FTW!
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Old 01-25-2016, 06:35 PM   #9
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Andrewtech and Turboxs have been building very quick Subaru's for years. Jermaine is a fantastic tuner! Enjoy your car!
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Old 01-25-2016, 08:26 PM   #10
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Looks good, don't worry about the tq dropoff! That's how things look on a dynapack.
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Old 01-25-2016, 11:28 PM   #11
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Looks good, don't worry about the tq dropoff! That's how things look on a dynapack.
Is there a reason the TQ drops off like that? I just haven't seen that before. The TQ jump from 200 to 400 in 1000 RPM's has got to be fun as hell when it's let loose!
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Old 01-27-2016, 07:14 AM   #12
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It depends on how they setup the ramp rate / time on the dyno. Dynapacks can read like a real heartbreaker. I started working with one ~2008, it was a real shock when I took my personal car from a dynojet @430hp to the Dynapack @390hp a week later. Then the other side is when people talk about how the Dynapack reads sky high. The real test is to take it to the track and see how it does.
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Old 01-27-2016, 04:40 PM   #13
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It depends on how they setup the ramp rate / time on the dyno. Dynapacks can read like a real heartbreaker. I started working with one ~2008, it was a real shock when I took my personal car from a dynojet @430hp to the Dynapack @390hp a week later. Then the other side is when people talk about how the Dynapack reads sky high. The real test is to take it to the track and see how it does.
I think the one my Tuner uses reads a tad high but his tunes are always rock solid. The only issue I had was when California switched to the winter blend and I saw timing being taken out, quick retune and car is behaving normally now .
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Old 01-27-2016, 04:42 PM   #14
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I hope I can get my car to at least 340whp on 91 when i get my turbo, planning on getting the exact same one. Hopefully with E85 it will be at almost 400.
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Is there a reason the TQ drops off like that? I just haven't seen that before. The TQ jump from 200 to 400 in 1000 RPM's has got to be fun as hell when it's let loose!
thats how my graphs are on their dyno. made 355hp/377tq with a fp green with the hta wheel. torque fell off on the plot. idk why.
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Old 01-27-2016, 08:32 PM   #16
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I hope I can get my car to at least 340whp on 91 when i get my turbo, planning on getting the exact same one. Hopefully with E85 it will be at almost 400.
Don't you just love CA and 91 Octane?? The OP's build and numbers make my decision hard between going with a 20gxtr or the Dom 1.5xtr... my trusty bugeye currently has a vf43 protuned by Yimisport but I have the itch to upgrade closer to 330-340whp. I think the Dom 1.5xtr might be the better choice. Looking for as close to stock spool as possible, don't want to much lag.
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Don't you just love CA and 91 Octane?? The OP's build and numbers make my decision hard between going with a 20gxtr or the Dom 1.5xtr... my trusty bugeye currently has a vf43 protuned by Yimisport but I have the itch to upgrade closer to 330-340whp. I think the Dom 1.5xtr might be the better choice. Looking for as close to stock spool as possible, don't want to much lag.
I know .. Same here, I dont think I would be happy with the money spent if there is too much lag. Also I am not trying to do anything too crazy until I get get some stronger internals. As it stands now 4th gear pull really surprises me so the 1.5xtr would be plenty with E85 .

I might get my car tuned at Cobb this time around... I want my car back ASAP, though I really really want to get my car flatbed to Church automotive since I cant drive it after this new set of upgrades until it gets tuned. I might skip turbo until later on but I still cant drive the damn thing.
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Thanks for the positive feedback folks.

Good to hear Dynapacks just read like this. You definitely can't feel any drop off at the top end.
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Old 02-02-2016, 11:30 AM   #19
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Maybe i missed it but stock heads??
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that looks amazing man keep it up. Great looking power
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Old 02-14-2016, 08:20 PM   #21
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Maybe i missed it but stock heads??
Yup!

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that looks amazing man keep it up. Great looking power
Thanks!!
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Old 02-16-2016, 04:28 PM   #22
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custom killer Bee style manifold pushing a 3in 10cm 1.5xtr I spool 19psi at 3150 rpm, controlled by EWG.

05 legacy 2.5gt semi built auto trans.

350whp 338wtq

Mikey kept her safe to not blow my stock bottom end 120k+
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Thanks!!
any plans on head work eventually? probably make decent amount with it
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