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Old 05-03-2013, 03:32 AM   #751
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stock rear diffs (gearing must be right) and built trans. ipt and a few other companies do subaru autos. The rest of the drivetrain can be much less built that 6 spd setups because the power is more linear and theres not nearly as much shock to parts
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Old 05-11-2013, 04:42 PM   #752
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVkHi...ature=youtu.be

Got another video of mine here Ben, running the Torqued Performance Stage 3 map in this one though.

Vehicle: 2011 WRX
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Boost: 20psi
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... Grimmspeed Uppipe w/44mm Tial EWG
... Grimmspeed EBCS
... Grimmspeed Lightweight Crank Pulley
... DW65C Fuel Pump

Weight: ~3450 including myself
50-100MPH: ~7.1 seconds, clocked using my iphone :P

Could also probably go about half a second quicker if I downloaded the flat-foot shifting patch.

TP Stage 3 was definitely a nice improvement over stage 2 though!
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Old 05-11-2013, 05:56 PM   #753
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I always wonder why you would get an upgraded OTS map rather than having someone protune it, or even e-tune it. Is price the only reason?
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Old 05-11-2013, 06:49 PM   #754
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I always wonder why you would get an upgraded OTS map rather than having someone protune it, or even e-tune it. Is price the only reason?
Well, the fact that there isn't a single AWD dyno in Newfoundland, nor are there any tuning companies here. So it's either get an e-tune, or tune it yourself...

And it's not an OTS map... He sends you a base map for the relevant mods, and then he does an e-tune, log, make revisions, new map, log, make revisions... Until the tune is perfect. My 'stage 3' map took 6 revisions for example. So it's as close to a protune as you can get without being on a dyno.
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Old 05-11-2013, 09:27 PM   #755
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No car drives the same on the street as it does on the dyno. A street or etune is way more accurate then just a dyno tune. That's why any tuner that's worth the 400-500 dyno tuning price will take it out on the street after to finish the tune and dial it in.
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Old 05-11-2013, 11:27 PM   #756
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVkHi...ature=youtu.be

Got another video of mine here Ben, running the Torqued Performance Stage 3 map in this one though.

Vehicle: 2011 WRX
Motor: Stock
Turbo: Stock VF52
Boost: 20psi
Transmission: Stock 5 Speed
Redline: ~7000

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... FMS Front Mount Intercooler
... KSTech 73mm Cold Air Intake
... Grimmspeed Uppipe w/44mm Tial EWG
... Grimmspeed EBCS
... Grimmspeed Lightweight Crank Pulley
... DW65C Fuel Pump

Weight: ~3450 including myself
50-100MPH: ~7.1 seconds, clocked using my iphone :P

Could also probably go about half a second quicker if I downloaded the flat-foot shifting patch.

TP Stage 3 was definitely a nice improvement over stage 2 though!
I clocked 8.25-8.75 sec with the Quicktime movie inspector (really hard to tell from that angle when you EXACTLY hit 161kph)...but you can go ahead and figure 8.5 sec would be a perfect halfway point and probably the most accurate. That's a pretty good improvement over a stock 2011. How do you like the EWG on that turbo?

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No car drives the same on the street as it does on the dyno. A street or etune is way more accurate then just a dyno tune. That's why any tuner that's worth the 400-500 dyno tuning price will take it out on the street after to finish the tune and dial it in.
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Old 05-12-2013, 12:48 AM   #757
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Well, the fact that there isn't a single AWD dyno in Newfoundland, nor are there any tuning companies here. So it's either get an e-tune, or tune it yourself...

And it's not an OTS map... He sends you a base map for the relevant mods, and then he does an e-tune, log, make revisions, new map, log, make revisions... Until the tune is perfect. My 'stage 3' map took 6 revisions for example. So it's as close to a protune as you can get without being on a dyno.
Oh okay, I thought it was just an upgraded OTS map. I didn't know it was logged and recalibrated.

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No car drives the same on the street as it does on the dyno. A street or etune is way more accurate then just a dyno tune. That's why any tuner that's worth the 400-500 dyno tuning price will take it out on the street after to finish the tune and dial it in.
Of course, that's the only way. I wish I had my stage 2 dyno tune street tuned after, had some weird spots in certain gears that I feel could have been improved on the street. I didn't complain because it was more than I wanted at the time anyways.
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Old 05-12-2013, 01:13 AM   #758
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I clocked 8.25-8.75 sec with the Quicktime movie inspector (really hard to tell from that angle when you EXACTLY hit 161kph)...but you can go ahead and figure 8.5 sec would be a perfect halfway point and probably the most accurate. That's a pretty good improvement over a stock 2011. How do you like the EWG on that turbo?

150% agree
Lol it's a lot faster than that bro. Almost 9 seconds? Ben clocked my old stage 2 + EWG map at 7.4seconds.. I did have a lazy 2-3 shift in that video but it's still way quicker than over 8 seconds I think... Or I would certainty hope so haha Need to download the ffs patch and do a good 3rd-4th pull to get the best time I would imagine. Haha

Honestly the EWG worked pretty well. I had just stage 2 + Cobb sf intake for a while, and then I actually sold the intake and added the EWG, gained something like almost 15whp and 10 wtq across the board, so it was well worth it IMO. I got it mostly to make sure I would have 0 boost creep issues considering I have no cats and no mufflers and the car is driven all year round haha

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Old 05-12-2013, 08:35 AM   #759
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Hey, I didn't post the video...I just posted the accurate time for you. Even if I give you the most generous estimate possible, I am only getting 7.42 seconds. I got about the same time as xluben did on your last video. So it isn't that Quicktime's movie inspector timestamp is inaccurate or anything. It probably has something to do with the 3/4 second shift you took on this one whereas the last video had a nice clean and quick shift.


With that EWG, you should be able to hold boost out quite a bit longer than the stock IWG. You should throw an aggressive boost map on there (something like 23psi tapering to 18) and see how she does. Did TP give you any whp/wtq numbers? If they didn't, you should run your logs through Airboy or VD to compare the difference between the stage 2 vs stage 3.


...Edit: I am assuming the answer to my last question is yes considering you said you gained 15whp/10wtq...
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Old 05-12-2013, 10:23 AM   #760
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Hey, I didn't post the video...I just posted the accurate time for you. Even if I give you the most generous estimate possible, I am only getting 7.42 seconds. I got about the same time as xluben did on your last video. So it isn't that Quicktime's movie inspector timestamp is inaccurate or anything. It probably has something to do with the 3/4 second shift you took on this one whereas the last video had a nice clean and quick shift.

With that EWG, you should be able to hold boost out quite a bit longer than the stock IWG. You should throw an aggressive boost map on there (something like 23psi tapering to 18) and see how she does. Did TP give you any whp/wtq numbers? If they didn't, you should run your logs through Airboy or VD to compare the difference between the stage 2 vs stage 3.

...Edit: I am assuming the answer to my last question is yes considering you said you gained 15whp/10wtq...
Yeah I understand bro, like I said it was some lazy granny shifting in that video haha when I get the FFS software ill make a few attempts at getting some quick times. Would like to hit 7.0 flat or high 6's.

Yeah I'm hitting about 21psi now. Can't remember what it's tapering to. I've got virtual dyno and it's saying ~300/325 I believe. Which probably isn't that accurate, but seems like I gained roughly 20whp/25wtq over the stage 2+EWG setup. Numbers probably aren't accurate at all, but who knows! During my logging my last revision was doing 50-90mph in about 5.5seconds in just third gear, so that's why I'm thinking my 50-100 mph could be gotten under 7 if I do a really quick shift to 4th.
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Old 05-12-2013, 06:59 PM   #761
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Yeah it looks like almost 8 to me too. Shifting speed and what gear u start in makes a huge difference. I went from 7.5,to 6.8 to 5.6 in back to back to back pulls. Starting in 2nd seemed to work the best for me. More shifting but helped keep me in my sweet spot
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Old 05-13-2013, 08:21 AM   #762
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I'll have to take a look at it, but shifting slowly can definitely make a huge difference.
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Old 05-16-2013, 09:40 PM   #763
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vyob...e_gdata_player

New pull with 27psi. Should be a bit quicker than my 6.5 second fp green pull
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Old 05-17-2013, 02:23 AM   #764
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^^ Looking good I need to probably get a retune and make a video myself..
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Old 05-17-2013, 08:47 AM   #765
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Do it. I saw a huge difference in power adding the FMIC and cranking the boost upto 27 with speed density. I was hoping for a little more power than i made but i cant complain the thing really moves once you get past 4k. Id love to see what other 04-07 Sti's with dom 3 xtr are doing so i can compare mine. What kind of power and boost are you running?
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Old 06-02-2013, 02:39 PM   #766
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Vehicle: 2007 STi
Motor: 2.5L Hybrid motor, 2.0L WRX heads, PnP, Cosworth Cams
Turbo: EFR7670 Full Race kit w/ FMIC
Boost: 16 PSI
Transmission: '07 6-speed
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Upgrades: PnP heads, Cosworth cams, +1mm valves, reverse manifold FMIC, FIC 1100cc injectors, Link G4 extreme pro ECU

2-3-4 pull

3-4 pull


Needs more boost and my 2.34L LR motor stat.

My laptop stop cooperating so I couldn't look at the logs for exact time. If anybody could time the vid with editing software I would appreciate it. Thanks.
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Old 06-02-2013, 05:09 PM   #767
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Dude thats moving for only 16psi Jesus. Crank that up and it'll be off the wall. Lol
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Old 06-02-2013, 11:18 PM   #768
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2-3-4 pull
http://youtu.be/7g96FYPxHzQ

3-4 pull
http://youtu.be/uA6rR0LeS_o


Needs more boost and my 2.34L LR motor stat.

My laptop stop cooperating so I couldn't look at the logs for exact time. If anybody could time the vid with editing software I would appreciate it. Thanks.
Why 2.0 heads?
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Old 06-03-2013, 12:39 AM   #769
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I did some vbox 50-100s in my GTR today and all I have to say is DAYUM Andys car fast
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Because I had them and well ported heads w/ cams and valves >>> stock STi heads. It was worth giving up AVCS
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OK, yeah, so you gonna share them?
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Old 06-03-2013, 10:43 PM   #772
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Old 06-05-2013, 12:45 AM   #773
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OK, yeah, so you gonna share them?
Only 2.3 with a 3.60 60-130
0-170.5mph in 9.0 seconds... but it's my daily driver lol
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Only 2.3 with a 3.60 60-130
0-170.5mph in 9.0 seconds... but it's my daily driver lol
That's dope! Yeah a daily with twin 6266's! Lol I can see why you did the Carbon Ceramic brake upgrade!

What was Andy's 1.9? I think you need to go bigger! Hahaha

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Only 2.3 with a 3.60 60-130
0-170.5mph in 9.0 seconds... but it's my daily driver lol
Game Over!!!!

pack it up guys, nothing to see here
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