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Old 06-18-2012, 04:12 AM   #51
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Not hating here, but 350whp and 102 trap? ...doesn't seem right or did I miss something?

Really nice looking car btw,
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Old 06-18-2012, 04:14 AM   #52
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Not hating here, but 350whp and 102 trap? ...doesn't seem right or did I miss something?

Really nice looking car btw,
Yes, that was prior tune on 93 and a few less mods.
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Old 06-18-2012, 11:18 AM   #53
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Not hating here, but 350whp and 102 trap? ...doesn't seem right or did I miss something?

Really nice looking car btw,
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Yes, that was prior tune on 93 and a few less mods.
Lbell read it right. The car trapped 102 at 290whp, 1st time ever drag racing, total noobness. I haven't had car back to the track since then.
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Old 06-18-2012, 04:43 PM   #54
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Nope But the clutch has decided it doesnt like to hold all the torque any longer...Anything over 15 lbs and itll slip, I think its the pressure plate. Obviously putting a real clutch set up in the car would cause the 5 speed to go BOOM so there was really only one solution.....

More on this tomorrow
6spd tranny? Lemme know what the total bill cost you after said n done !
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Old 06-18-2012, 05:56 PM   #55
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6spd tranny? Lemme know what the total bill cost you after said n done !
Way to many variables in that swap to make a quote. If buying used it all depends on how lucky you get with prices. I've seen it cost anywhere from 3-7k depending on parts prices.
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Old 06-18-2012, 07:28 PM   #56
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Brand new 07 STI Trans direct from Subaru 3880$
Exedy stage 1 clutch HD kit
Exedy fly wheel
Kartboy short throw shifter
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SPT 6 speed solid mount
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3 extra fly wheel bolts 5.10$ (not sure if I even need them?)
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Automatic drive shaft 100$

New Trans has harness, dip stick, slave cylinder,throw out bearing, fork, axle seals etc

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Old 06-19-2012, 01:58 AM   #57
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Brand new 07 STI Trans direct from Subaru 3880$
Exedy stage 1 clutch HD kit
Exedy fly wheel
Kartboy short throw shifter
Kart boy bushings
SPT 6 speed solid mount
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1100$
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New Trans has harness, dip stick, slave cylinder,throw out bearing, fork, axle seals etc
Re used your axles?
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Old 06-19-2012, 02:27 PM   #58
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Re used your axles?
Yes I am going too
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Old 07-18-2012, 02:23 PM   #59
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I feel your pain. I have my ID1000s in and am on e85 and am pushing it way harder than 19 psi. I'm curently at 24psi and started adding timing...the clutch will not hold for 3rd or 4th now. I plan to toss a good clutch in it and keep rocking the stock gearbox. I can say the pull/log right before i added more timing was super crazy feeling and really strong.
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Old 07-18-2012, 05:02 PM   #60
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I feel your pain. I have my ID1000s in and am on e85 and am pushing it way harder than 19 psi. I'm curently at 24psi and started adding timing...the clutch will not hold for 3rd or 4th now. I plan to toss a good clutch in it and keep rocking the stock gearbox. I can say the pull/log right before i added more timing was super crazy feeling and really strong.
Dave said we could have kept going when he was tuning it but I like to be conservative. Are you on a built block running 24psi? A buddy of mine is running 24psi with meth on a stock long block.

I might have him push it to 21 when I go back for my retune. My car spiked 22 the other day because of the stupid light weight fly wheel...waste gate duty cycle needs to be adjusted. PAS moved and they have there own mustang dyno now so I am curious to see how the numbers differ from the dyno dynamics I have previously been on. Dave is also going to tune out the waste gate flutter too.

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Old 07-19-2012, 03:21 AM   #61
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Nice numbers broskii. My '04 STi with An EWG, Intake, TBE, Injectors/Pump and an E85 tune put down 320/375 on 20psi with a Mustang dyno, 100 Degree temps. For some reason, I can't post a thread because it says I need at least 5 characters WTF?
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Old 07-19-2012, 10:28 AM   #62
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Dave said we could have kept going when he was tuning it but I like to be conservative. Are you on a built block running 24psi? A buddy of mine is running 24psi with meth on a stock long block.

I might have him push it to 21 when I go back for my retune. My car spiked 22 the other day because of the stupid light weight fly wheel...waste gate duty cycle needs to be adjusted. PAS moved and they have there own mustang dyno now so I am curious to see how the numbers differ from the dyno dynamics I have previously been on. Dave is also going to tune out the waste gate flutter too.
Yeah, stock long block. its about 24.1x PSI but i left it. I know cars with my exact set up running 25. E85 is amazing stuff and I can not go back to pump. I just need a clutch now that will hold in 3rd and fourth gears and I can finish adding all my timing. The VF39 tapers on my car to just shy of 18 psi if i recall. Havnt drove it for over a week now. Are you internally gated? I'm running a Tial 38mm and it was worth every penny. What are you set up for boost control? I was hybrid, but when i went e85 I swapped my spring in the gate out for a 15.9 PSI spring and ditched the Grimspeed EBCS and just run a Grimspeed MBC now. Havnt drove it enought to decide what set up I like more...I just like the ease of less vaccum lines and such.
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Old 07-19-2012, 10:09 PM   #63
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Nice numbers broskii. My '04 STi with An EWG, Intake, TBE, Injectors/Pump and an E85 tune put down 320/375 on 20psi with a Mustang dyno, 100 Degree temps. For some reason, I can't post a thread because it says I need at least 5 characters WTF?
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Yeah, stock long block. its about 24.1x PSI but i left it. I know cars with my exact set up running 25. E85 is amazing stuff and I can not go back to pump. I just need a clutch now that will hold in 3rd and fourth gears and I can finish adding all my timing. The VF39 tapers on my car to just shy of 18 psi if i recall. Havnt drove it for over a week now. Are you internally gated? I'm running a Tial 38mm and it was worth every penny. What are you set up for boost control? I was hybrid, but when i went e85 I swapped my spring in the gate out for a 15.9 PSI spring and ditched the Grimspeed EBCS and just run a Grimspeed MBC now. Havnt drove it enought to decide what set up I like more...I just like the ease of less vaccum lines and such.

I am externally gated, 38mm tial P&L up pipe. I am running a Grimmspeed EBCS as that is what Dave likes to tune with. How did you have your hybrid set up? Did it eliminate the flutter? I think the flutter sounds like crap with the external gate
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Old 07-19-2012, 11:23 PM   #64
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like this:


only differance is on the inlet to the turbo where you would connect the EBCS I capped it and I capped the nipple on the EBCS that is supposed to goto the turbo inlet...I ran Grimspeed for both and never had any flutter.
I am trying the manual now and seeing what I like....If i dont care for it I may go back Just ran into with the clamp/load limit of the OEM clutch
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Old 07-19-2012, 11:27 PM   #65
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I will double check though but i am 99% sure this is the diagram I used from i do believe Grimspeed themselves.
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Old 07-20-2012, 02:09 AM   #66
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No waste gate flutter with either set up, interesting...I am hoping mine can be tuned out. I spoke with Dave and he was unfamiliar with a hybrid set up. I like to use parts that he is familiar with and likes to tune with. With every new part/tune my car has made more power and ran better then the time before, and I always consult them on my future plans.
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Old 07-20-2012, 12:14 PM   #67
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yeah, a lot of people are not to familiar with a hybrid set up...or they have heard bits and peices but do not have first hand experiance. It is a slick set up for a daily driven car or a car that sees winter...there is no boost creep/spikes and the like...just rock solid boost control.
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Old 08-01-2012, 02:45 AM   #68
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If your tuner can tune an EBCS, he can tune a hybrid. With it routed in parallel, you command 100% WGDC at WOT and it defaults to just using the MBC. At partial throttle, your boost can be controlled between the spring pressure and what you MBC is set at (and your foot). You can also have the EBCS kick in if you start over-boosting to bring boost down instead of hitting fuel cut, if for some reason the car started to over-boost.

The down side is that you have more vacuum line and fittings. I planned on running hybrid (I tuned SuaveCougarBait), but the thought of only having two vacuum lines and no adapters piqued my interest.
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If your tuner can tune an EBCS, he can tune a hybrid. With it routed in parallel, you command 100% WGDC at WOT and it defaults to just using the MBC. At partial throttle, your boost can be controlled between the spring pressure and what you MBC is set at (and your foot). You can also have the EBCS kick in if you start over-boosting to bring boost down instead of hitting fuel cut, if for some reason the car started to over-boost.

The down side is that you have more vacuum line and fittings. I planned on running hybrid (I tuned SuaveCougarBait), but the thought of only having two vacuum lines and no adapters piqued my interest.

Agreed, I am no on just a Grimmspeed MBC and so far its not an issue as far as partial throttle boost. Granted my tune has been slowed up due to the stock clutch not wanting to hold the new power in 3rd and 4th gear.
But so far driving around I have had no issues and it's all in my right foot for how much boost I want. Another reason next to ditching some vaccum lines and such was in my Tial gate I am running a 15.9x pound spring and am around 24psi with the MBC. With the gate sprung higher and such I didnt feel at where my car is now that the hybrid would do my as much justice. And the icing on the cake was I do not drive my car in the cold weather of winter, So just on MBC I am not worried much about boost spikes and such.
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Old 08-01-2012, 04:08 PM   #70
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Thanks for the info guys. I am waiting on getting my trunk back and then I am going in to get my tuned touched up.
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Not a problem...post up your results..I should have my clutch in soon and get is bed in and be able to finish up my tune too.
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impressive numbers on stock turbo. too bad we dont have e85 readily accessible here
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impressive numbers on stock turbo. too bad we dont have e85 readily accessible here
Actually this is a WRX, if it was an STi the torque should be a bit higher on the same boost/timing and such

E85 is amazing and is a sign that the God of Speed loves us
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Actually this is a WRX, if it was an STi the torque should be a bit higher on the same boost/timing and such

E85 is amazing and is a sign that the God of Speed loves us
How would it being an sti automatically raise torque
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How would it being an sti automatically raise torque
heads/cam combo are slightly different for one as are the gear ratios in the trans so the numbers will differ some.
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