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Old 09-07-2012, 10:57 PM   #1
Wicked Performance
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Default Wicked Innovation 06 STi PT6262BB 537/449 93+WMI

Facility: Dynotech Tuning
Tuner: Wicked M@ / Wicked Innovation
Type of Dyno: Mustang AWD-500
Baseline # for a Stock STi: 215-225/240-250
Boost: ~30 psi
Fuel: 93 octane + 66/33 WMI
Gear: 4th
SAE Corrections: 1.027
Peak HP at RPM: 537 @ 6650
Peak Torque at RPM: 449 @ 5850

Relevant Power Mods:
Perrin Rotated Kit (modified)
Perrin ELH
Tial MVR
PT6262BB
Greddy Comp Ti-C CBE
Perrin FMIC
KSTech 83mm MAF CAI
Tial BOV

DW300 w Wicked Hardwire Kit
Wicked Parallel Fuel system w Aeromotive Rails and Regulator
DW1300cc Injectors
Aquamist HSF3 with 1.0 and 0.9 nozzles
Spec-C 12L Tank

Brand New OEM Case Halves
ARP Case Bolts
ARP Head Studs
EJ257 Nitrided Forged Crank
Manley TurboTuff I-Beams
ACL Bearings
Wiseco Pistons
Manley +1 Valves
Kelford 272 Cams
Manley Springs and Retainers
Wicked Modified Oil Pump
Fluidampr Crank Pulley
Crawford AOS
Killer B Oil Pan, Pickup, Baffle Plate
Motul Fluids
ACT Clutch and Flywheel

Grimmspeed EBCS
AEM Map Sensor

Im beat after a long day at the dyno so hopefully Im not forgetting anything. It was like 90 degrees and 100 percent humidity I was dying haha.



The car was running out of fuel pump over 28psi, and was also right on the edge of pegging the MAF so a few changes need to be made to continue running at this power level. I would love to add another pump, and swap over to a VIPEC/Link G4 ecu and really open her up.

We turned the boost down for now to play it safe @ 24 psi she did 460/400 and we will leave it there for the time being.

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Old 09-07-2012, 10:59 PM   #2
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Hopefully I can get the torque up when I get it to spool quicker, want to switch also to a hybrid boost control setup and to smooth out the meth transition. Its a good start however.
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Old 09-07-2012, 11:29 PM   #3
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Oh man, Sean must be pumped. I'm assuming this is his car.
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Old 09-07-2012, 11:41 PM   #4
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yes and yes. tomorrow he will be more happy lol. so far ive got all the enjoyment. I am excited FOR him. Id like to get the spool down mainly to get the powerband to at least 3000rpm. Overall I think this turbo is pretty good for the money especially.

Jimmy's 2.35l spools quicker w a smaller motor, but Im not sure whether to attribute it to teh WAIC setup, better uppipe design, better turbo, or a little of each.
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Old 09-08-2012, 09:09 AM   #5
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I never get tired of staring at my own dyno sheet Thanks M@!
Awesome numbers out of Sean's car though !
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Old 09-08-2012, 12:14 PM   #6
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Is that the new PT6262? I know you said ball bearing, so that doesn't include the new ceramic bearings / CEA wheel?

Subscribed to see some final results, as I'm nearly finished with my PTE CEA 6262 build also, but twin scroll and a smaller hot side I'm guessing. I'm .84 twin scroll, what is this one?
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Old 09-08-2012, 10:57 PM   #7
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Not the ceramic. .82 T3 single scroll to work with the perrin uppipe.
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