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Old 09-21-2012, 07:49 PM   #51
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Daily'd my 06 WRX for a couple years built. I only drove to school and to go eat food/party... so only like 5k a year in mileage. I drive my Honda or Cressida DD now.

bored and built short block, w/ aftermarket valvetrain/cams and blouch td06h-20g 8cm hotside. obviously a lot more, but the list would be like a mile long if i went into specifics.
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Old 09-21-2012, 08:02 PM   #52
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If you have an accident does insurance cover the mod? If not it cold cost you a lot of money to repair.


whoa, you can adjust your insurance to cover your modifications?
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Old 09-21-2012, 08:47 PM   #53
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yes actually you can...at least some insurance companies do this. i know mine does. if you do it, be ready for a pretty hefty increase in your payments.
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Old 09-21-2012, 08:59 PM   #54
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yes actually you can...at least some insurance companies do this. i know mine does. if you do it, be ready for a pretty hefty increase in your payments.
I would expect that almost any modification would substantially increase your likelihood of having a major catastrophe in their eyes. I think that's perfectly justified. I think I'd rather they didn't know or cover...
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Old 09-21-2012, 09:02 PM   #55
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figured i would actually contribute and add my 2002 bugeye wagon to the thread...

here is a video of the car doing a 60-130mph pull...messed up the 2nd to 3rd shift a little due to traction issues because of cold weather, but you get the idea





...Here is the mod list for the most part...
  1. PPG 5sp transmission--straightcut 1-2, helical 3-4, stock 5th
  2. ACT Xtreme Duty 6-puck sprung clutch
  3. Fidanza Lightweight Flywheel
  4. 06 WRX longblock--99.5mm CP STI 9:1CR pistons (with head resurfacing and wrx heads its closer to 9.8:1CR), Element tuning rods, ACL race bearings, ARP head studs
  5. TIC Holy Shift Kit (kartboy shortshifter and ALL the bushings)
  6. Gates Racing Timing belt and components
  7. OEM waterpump and thermostat
  8. 2006 WRX coilpacks
  9. 2010 STI oil pump
  10. 2004 STI exhaust manifold and uppipe
  11. 2002 WRX intake manifold and tgv's with DIY delete
  12. Megan Racing engine, pitch stop, and transmission mounts
  13. PWR Radiator
  14. Cosworth Cam sensor bracket
  15. KSTech Air Pump Delete
  16. Peterson Fluid Systems VTA Catch Can
  17. DW300 Fuel Pump
  18. Kenne Bell Boost-a-Pump
  19. KSTech 80mm Custom MAF pipe with K&N Filter
  20. Perrin 3" Turbo Inlet
  21. FIC Bluemax 1250cc low impedance injectors
  22. Ultimate Racing injector resistor pack
  23. 8cm FP Red Turbo
  24. Hyperforce Ignition System
  25. Prodrive Boost Solenoid
  26. TurboXS RFL-Ti Turboback Exhaust
  27. TurboXS Tuner Pro wideband, knock sensor, and det can setup
  28. Autometer Boost, oil pressure, and volts gauges
  29. Ebay clock pod
  30. Greddy Turbo Timer
  31. 06 WRX Stereo
  32. HKS BOV
  33. SSAC FMIC painted black
  34. Perrin rear swaybar
  35. Powerflex rear endlinks
  36. Vogtland Progressive lowering springs
  37. KYB GR-2 struts
  38. 06 WRX wheels painted duplicolor gold
  39. Hankook Ventus V12 EVO tires
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Old 09-21-2012, 09:20 PM   #56
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I will add myself to the list... Slightly modified OBS...

ej257 Forged internals, APS 20g, 06' STi running gear, BC swap coilovers, and a list that is just as lengthy as others... 50k miles on the build so far.

92 octane = 370/390





These are from our recent trip around the Olympic Peninsula, Oregon coast, and Northern Cali. 3000 miles and averaged 27.1 mpg. The roof box and 500lbs of dog, and camping gear, and woman trims 5mpg or so away.
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Old 09-21-2012, 09:23 PM   #57
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figured i would actually contribute and add my 2002 bugeye wagon to the thread...

here is a video of the car doing a 60-130mph pull...messed up the 2nd to 3rd shift a little due to traction issues because of cold weather, but you get the idea
500whp daily driven 02 WRX Wagon 50-130mph - YouTube





...Here is the mod list for the most part...
  1. PPG 5sp transmission--straightcut 1-2, helical 3-4, stock 5th
  2. ACT Xtreme Duty 6-puck sprung clutch
  3. Fidanza Lightweight Flywheel
  4. 06 WRX longblock--99.5mm CP STI 9:1CR pistons (with head resurfacing and wrx heads its closer to 9.8:1CR), Element tuning rods, ACL race bearings, ARP head studs
  5. TIC Holy Shift Kit (kartboy shortshifter and ALL the bushings)
  6. Gates Racing Timing belt and components
  7. OEM waterpump and thermostat
  8. 2006 WRX coilpacks
  9. 2010 STI oil pump
  10. 2004 STI exhaust manifold and uppipe
  11. 2002 WRX intake manifold and tgv's with DIY delete
  12. Megan Racing engine, pitch stop, and transmission mounts
  13. PWR Radiator
  14. Cosworth Cam sensor bracket
  15. KSTech Air Pump Delete
  16. Peterson Fluid Systems VTA Catch Can
  17. DW300 Fuel Pump
  18. Kenne Bell Boost-a-Pump
  19. KSTech 80mm Custom MAF pipe with K&N Filter
  20. Perrin 3" Turbo Inlet
  21. FIC Bluemax 1250cc low impedance injectors
  22. Ultimate Racing injector resistor pack
  23. 8cm FP Red Turbo
  24. Hyperforce Ignition System
  25. Prodrive Boost Solenoid
  26. TurboXS RFL-Ti Turboback Exhaust
  27. TurboXS Tuner Pro wideband, knock sensor, and det can setup
  28. Autometer Boost, oil pressure, and volts gauges
  29. Ebay clock pod
  30. Greddy Turbo Timer
  31. 06 WRX Stereo
  32. HKS BOV
  33. SSAC FMIC painted black
  34. Perrin rear swaybar
  35. Powerflex rear endlinks
  36. Vogtland Progressive lowering springs
  37. KYB GR-2 struts
  38. 06 WRX wheels painted duplicolor gold
  39. Hankook Ventus V12 EVO tires
Not trying to insult you here but there is no chance in hell that car makes 500whp on those mods. Not without race gas anyway. 500 at the crank, sure. But there is a HUGE difference between 500 at the crank and 500 at the wheels. 500 at the wheels in a Subie takes roughly 600 at the crank. You aren't making anywhere near 600chp on a red with no head work or cams.
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Old 09-21-2012, 09:24 PM   #58
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I will add myself to the list... Slightly modified OBS...



ej257 Forged internals, APS 20g, 06' STi running gear, BC swap coilovers, and a list that is just as lengthy as others... 50k miles on the build so far.



92 octane = 370/390











These are from our recent trip around the Olympic Peninsula, Oregon coast, and Northern Cali. 3000 miles and averaged 27.1 mpg. The roof box and 500lbs of dog, and camping gear, and woman trims 5mpg or so away.


very clean sir
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Old 09-21-2012, 09:25 PM   #59
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Not trying to insult you here but there is no chance in hell that car makes 500whp on those mods. Not without race gas anyway.

i am on E85, and my trap speeds have proven my power level
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Old 09-21-2012, 09:55 PM   #60
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I posted earlier
my mod list
axis stage 3 block
arp head studs
gt35r .82 hotside billet wheel
tial ewg 44mm
perrin equal length header
custom up pipe and wastegate pipe
custom 3inch down pipe no cats to hks carbon ti
850cc injectors/walbro 255
omni 3 bar map
aluminum radiator
lightweight crank pulley
gates racing timing belt
workz tuning blow off valve
aluminum anti pitch mount
cobb accessport speed density tuned
exedy twin disk
hks turbo inlet
perring front mount with iat in cold side of piping
greddy type s electronic manual boost controller
defi oil pressure,boost,egt
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Old 09-21-2012, 10:22 PM   #61
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Listen guys, I more or less wanted to hear some of your daily driven beast builds. I never once even said I was going to heavily modify my vehicle. I do not consider where I'm at (stage 2) to be heavily modified. I think the farthest I'll go with my 11' is pump, injectors, and a process west Tmic and a retune....until she's paid off. I know that probably won't reach my goal of 350 awhp, but I'm ok with that at this point. And ill never lower a vehicle in the area in which is reside. I scrape everywhere now lol. The plan is to kind of plan it by ear, because I am addicted to going fast, but I'm not really in a position to go all out at this point, but I hope to be in the near future. However I do appreciate the tips and advice
I simply asked for what YOU consider a "beast." You did not answer. According to some in this thread, I could consider my 2012 STI block, forged cp pistons, and Blouch 18G as a beast. (I don't by any means) Hence why I asked for CLARIFICATION.

As far as your plans, you won't gain anything from a pump or injectors. Those are needed to go with a bigger turbo, alone on a stock setup won't give you anything. The intercooler is the only worthwhile mod you plan to add to your current setup.
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Old 09-21-2012, 11:42 PM   #62
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I simply asked for what YOU consider a "beast." You did not answer. According to some in this thread, I could consider my 2012 STI block, forged cp pistons, and Blouch 18G as a beast. (I don't by any means) Hence why I asked for CLARIFICATION.

As far as your plans, you won't gain anything from a pump or injectors. Those are needed to go with a bigger turbo, alone on a stock setup won't give you anything. The intercooler is the only worthwhile mod you plan to add to your current setup.
This was meant to be a vague thread, and you're turning it into specifics. A beast in my book, is anything 400awhp or greater. 10's, low 11's in the 1/4, if you want specifics. I'm more into the power side of things. I honestly don't care about suspension. Some sticky tires and I'm happy. The pump and injectors are the only modifications I currently hold in my possession which is why I mentioned them. You're fortune telling a little too much here bud. As time rolls on, I'll decide what exactly I wanna do, and the path I'm going to take. You better believe I'll document it all
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Old 09-22-2012, 02:42 AM   #63
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I will add myself to the list... Slightly modified OBS...

ej257 Forged internals, APS 20g, 06' STi running gear, BC swap coilovers, and a list that is just as lengthy as others... 50k miles on the build so far.

92 octane = 370/390


These are from our recent trip around the Olympic Peninsula, Oregon coast, and Northern Cali. 3000 miles and averaged 27.1 mpg. The roof box and 500lbs of dog, and camping gear, and woman trims 5mpg or so away.
Nice. Like it when people engine swap these.
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Old 09-22-2012, 08:18 AM   #64
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figured i would actually contribute and add my 2002 bugeye wagon to the thread...
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Sweet bugeye dude! I love that color combo. Thats the first time I've seen 06-07 WRX wheels in gold. They look great on the white bug!
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Old 09-22-2012, 08:57 AM   #65
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Sweet bugeye dude! I love that color combo. Thats the first time I've seen 06-07 WRX wheels in gold. They look great on the white bug!
thanks
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Old 09-22-2012, 10:40 AM   #66
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I have a 2005 sti heavily modified that I use as a DD and love it. Estimating 450+whp I say estimate cause no dyno to prove numbers near me and dyno is meh anyway.

Brief set up list,
Running 24psi on 93octane pump gas
FMIC
Aps tbe
Aps intake

Aftermarket-
Short shifter
Brushings
Swaybar
Struts
Injectors
Fuel pump
Clutch
Flywheel
UP and DP

Etc.

Don't have all the brand names as I just purchased the vehicle this month and still discovering everything it has brand wise

The reason I love my "beast" as my daily driver is when all my friends put there mustangs, camaros, bikes, corvettes and other toys away... They all hop in my ride and i tear up the snow for the rest of the winter!! While they have to drie there winter beaters!
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Old 09-22-2012, 10:46 AM   #67
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Im running my garage queen daily right now while my other wrx is in the paint shop. Its >400 whp setup in an o5 STi.
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Old 09-22-2012, 11:59 AM   #68
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I have a 2005 sti heavily modified that I use as a DD and love it. Estimating 450+whp I say estimate cause no dyno to prove numbers near me and dyno is meh anyway.

Brief set up list,
Running 24psi on 93octane pump gas
FMIC
Aps tbe
Aps intake

Aftermarket-
Short shifter
Brushings
Swaybar
Struts
Injectors
Fuel pump
Clutch
Flywheel
UP and DP

Etc.

Don't have all the brand names as I just purchased the vehicle this month and still discovering everything it has brand wise

The reason I love my "beast" as my daily driver is when all my friends put there mustangs, camaros, bikes, corvettes and other toys away... They all hop in my ride and i tear up the snow for the rest of the winter!! While they have to drie there winter beaters!
450whp? lol. by your list, this is essentially a pro-tuned stage 2 setup.
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450whp? lol. by your list, this is essentially a pro-tuned stage 2 setup.
Hence the ETC part... It's well beyond stage 2 as Cobb told me there AP would do nothing for me at this stage of modification

I simply have yet to indentify everything nor did I care to list out the entire car after just waking up.

I'll be posting my 1/4 mile times in my own members gallery thread after my trip today and that may give me a but more guesstimation on the power I'm making.

But suffice it to say a local has a 400whp sti with dyno sheet and I've never seen his tail lights

So as not to jack the op thread you can rag on me in my own thread once it's up
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"pro tuned" means it has a custom tune on the AP.
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"pro tuned" means it has a custom tune on the AP.
I'm well aware of what pro tuned means thanks maybe i should have been more specific in stating there standard stage 2 ap purchasable online that most people get and apparently you have a hard time reading please don't jack the op's thread to flex your epeen knowledge trying to diss on someone

As stated you can come rag on me in my members gallery thread once it's up with my times and things and can feel free to contribute useful information in helping me and others "guesstimate" my whp until I get a chance to take it to my tuner and find out myself as well, my tuner is 4-5 hours away so gotta save up money first.
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Old 09-22-2012, 01:25 PM   #72
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Nice. Like it when people engine swap these.
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very clean sir
Appreciate the kind words...

As for the 400+whp statement. I could run e85 and easily get there. However, I drive too far on a daily basis, with too few opportunities to get it. There are only 2 stations 50+ miles away...

At 3050lbs (50lb increment scale, could be 3001, could be 3050) with driver, spare tire, and a full tank of fuel. The 370/390 is more than enough...
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Appreciate the kind words...

As for the 400+whp statement. I could run e85 and easily get there. However, I drive too far on a daily basis, with too few opportunities to get it. There are only 2 stations 50+ miles away...

At 3050lbs (50lb increment scale, could be 3001, could be 3050) with driver, spare tire, and a full tank of fuel. The 370/390 is more than enough...
I have the same problem with e85 and commuting it would be nice to tune for it for the power but dunno if worth the risk running out of fuel or the time to fuel up more often lol
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Old 09-23-2012, 02:29 PM   #74
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07 urban metallic grey wrx
Waiting on shortblock to be done :-)
Wiseco hd pistons
Eagle rods
Acl bearings
Sti crank
Arp head studs
Arp rod bolts
Phenolic spacers
Tgv deletes
Cosmetic head gaskets
Gates racing belts and h20 pump
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Air pump delete
Fp red 8cm hot side
Turbo xs front mount
920 cc injectors
Walbro fuel pump
Up pipe , down pipe and 3" full exhaust
APS turbo inlet
Blitz short ram huge intake
Custom piņa motorsports intake tube
Air intake temp relocate
Prodrive 3port ebcs
Snow performance meth injection
Samco hoses, all
05 sti drivetrain and brembo brakes
Hoping for 480ish with a Dom tune!
Was at 340/350tq with a vf39 and sti top mount before the ringland went.
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I have a 02 stroked, meth, vf48, 565's, kelford e-199's, yada, yada, yada.
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