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Old 11-12-2015, 08:02 AM   #1
spoolinsti05
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Default SpoolinSTi 05 finally hits the track.

Short summary of my story:

So long road behind and ahead. Previously I had made many passes in Mexico. Soon that came to an end as I had issues with 4th gear most likely do to clutch drag is what I'm gathering.

To make a long story short I disassembled the gearbox in my shed only to find 4th driven gear missing three teeth and the transfer gear ball bearing demolished. (Missing three balls) so I did the repairs in the time frame that was available to me. I live alone so I have a lot of chores on top of a nagging girl friend lol. I shouldn't say that she's made me many meals so I could spend my time building this after work vs doing house stuff. Well besides the fact I had to redo my flat roof in the middle of all this.

Anyhow this was my first six speed rebuild. And it went surprisingly smooth. Besides the fact I had to remove and install it by myself on the ground. (Not fun) thankfully I have a innovative mind and a couple floor jacks and many jack stands along with a transmission jack!

Oh and I had to lift it off the bench by myself.. (Very heavy) "caution".. Doing this myself helped me save the money up for a p&l competition clutch triple disc which normal I wouldn't be able to afford in still eating rice cakes and Roman noodles..


My build:

Turbo trix Darton sleeved original block from 2005. Internals consist of Manley Pistons, Manley rods, acl bearings killer bee oil pickup. 10mm pump shimmed

Stock heads with gsc s2 cams and gsc beehive springs.

Ultimate racing turbo kit using a precision gen 2 6466

Cobb apv2 SD Omni 4bar gm IAT calibrated by Jr Tuned! Dyno tuning @primemotoring @31psi tapering to 28psi we made 523whp on a gen 1 6266 previously switched to the gen 2 6466 and added a second fuel pump boost for this pass was @33psi using an etune that was set for 38psi on the old 6266. They seem very similar based on logs.

BC br type coilovers

P&l Competition clutch triple disc

Driveshaft shop aluminum driveshaft

Cusco motor and transmission mounts

Kart boy shifter bushings and crossmember mounts

Perrin equal length header

Perrin FMIC reverse flow piping

Green performance air filter custom 4" CAI made by me. Running my short ram for winter.

Gates timing belt

Matte black 17x9 5zigen fno1r-c on worn out nitto 555r drag extreme 245-45-17

Here's a slip from my very first pass. I haven't been to the track since 2008. I only was able to get in one pass as I showed up at 10am and didn't get my first pass in until nearly 4pm so I was pretty frustrated. I noticed my oil pressure at idle dropped some 15psi from 20psi also so I'm pretty sure this engine that's seen 17k hard miles on the street and several nights in Mexico needs a refresh.






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Old 11-12-2015, 08:18 AM   #2
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Default SpoolinSTi 05 finally hits the track.

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Old 11-12-2015, 08:52 AM   #3
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Nice! 136mph is moving for sure!
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Old 11-12-2015, 11:25 AM   #4
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Default SpoolinSTi 05 finally hits the track.

Thank you sir hoping to drop the ET down next time. I was running street tire pressure of 34psi wasn't sure if I was gonna bog first hit with LC set at 6200 leaving @6psi so I tried to slip the clutch some just ended up spinning all first. Usually I get a 1.5-1.6 60" I'm guessing that'll get me a 10.5 pass or better. But next time I'm turning the boost back up to 40+

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Old 11-14-2015, 01:15 PM   #5
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Think I'm going TMIC next year for that extra sleeper look. Maybe go back to a water/meth injection also.
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Old 11-16-2015, 01:30 AM   #6
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wow that is quite the plan!! do you expect to lose any power going from the FMIC to TMIC?

Congrats, you definitely have some low tens in the works!!
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Old 11-16-2015, 08:20 PM   #7
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wow that is quite the plan!! do you expect to lose any power going from the FMIC to TMIC?

Congrats, you definitely have some low tens in the works!!

I'm still debating on the TMIC design and location. I'm thinking of something that's never been done before. So not sure how well it will work. Core will be custom mad along with end tanks and radiator most likely will be custom also.

Thanks before I do the change I'll hit the track again to go for low 10s maybe turn boost back up to 40psi and try for a 9 skipping low tens all together. No roll cage so not many chances.
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Old 11-16-2015, 11:55 PM   #8
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Nice run and good luck!
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Old 11-20-2015, 07:50 AM   #9
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Nice run and good luck!

Thanks Kevin, I appreciate the compliment.
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