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Old 05-30-2013, 12:37 PM   #401
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YEAH! Now we are getting some good data!!!

Nice power dude, does it actually make more power than it did with the old manifold? Those runners are like 20 feet long!! LOL, your Subaru weighs more than my 2003 Cobra with me in it!
LOL I will post some data soon. I am up to 28psi

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This thread has been hijacked.

PS. If the log looks that smooth on smoothing=1 you were probably logging a million things and have like 10 datapoints during the pull.
Yeah, also try smoothing 3-4. I can't wait to see what Corinator's car makes on higher boost
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Old 05-30-2013, 02:47 PM   #402
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YEAH! Now we are getting some good data!!!

Nice power dude, does it actually make more power than it did with the old manifold? Those runners are like 20 feet long!! LOL, your Subaru weighs more than my 2003 Cobra with me in it!
The new manifold flows way better. Check out the intake manifold database thread in the Built Motor Discussion. The runners look longer, but they aren't really that much longer. The plenum is at least double in volume, the runners are larger in diameter, and this manifold eliminates the TGV housings so it's a straight shot through the runner. Is the Cobra stripped? I thought curb weight without fuel is like 3400lbs on those cars.

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Very nice Corinator. What are you using for logging? your cobb AP or you laptop? My graphs do not look smooth at all. I am using Romrider with fast polling turn off.
I'm just using default logging settings on the Cobb AP. I'm surprised by how smooth also. The car just feels smooth as butter. Just keeps pulling harder and harder.

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PS. If the log looks that smooth on smoothing=1 you were probably logging a million things and have like 10 datapoints during the pull.
It logged 19 datapoints with the throttle position sensor at 100%.

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LOL I will post some data soon. I am up to 28psi



Yeah, also try smoothing 3-4. I can't wait to see what Corinator's car makes on higher boost
I'm excited to see what it will make. I apologize for the slight hijack. I've been following your thread since you started it because I was interested in the FP Black. Then I happened to check in here one day and saw that you were now running the PTE6466 like me. There aren't many Subarus running this turbo (at least ones that post on here) and I figure all data is relevant.
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Old 06-04-2013, 01:25 PM   #403
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I am still hunting for a way to measure my car performance other than the track . I found some cool videos and comparisons between some performance meters.

http://www.bimmerboost.com/showthrea...S-Test-results
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Old 06-06-2013, 04:49 PM   #404
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looks good man .. keep it up
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Old 06-06-2013, 06:52 PM   #405
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Are you selling the car?????

Its like the 3rd time now right?
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Old 06-06-2013, 07:03 PM   #406
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Why don't you just buy a evo......spend half the money and have reliable 600whp.
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Old 06-06-2013, 09:47 PM   #407
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Why don't you just buy a evo......spend half the money and have reliable 600whp.
Evo ftw lol...and I have a sti fully built and thought this week should of gotten a evo
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Old 06-06-2013, 10:03 PM   #408
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Evo ftw lol...and I have a sti fully built and thought this week should of gotten a evo
Nope your both wrong that **** breaks and maybe more often! Head on back to your Evo boards and quit bothering Juan!
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Old 06-07-2013, 03:30 AM   #409
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Nope your both wrong that **** breaks and maybe more often! Head on back to your Evo boards and quit bothering Juan!
The 4g63 will make 600 whp way more easily. You just can't argue with that engine's efficiency. Just look at the intake and exhaust runners on the head. They are super short and really wide. Perfect design for making top end power.

On the other hand, Mitsubishi isn't exactly known for the reliability of their cars. I wouldn't mind getting an Evo 9 MR someday as a daily driver though.
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Old 06-07-2013, 07:52 AM   #410
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Why don't you just buy a evo......spend half the money and have reliable 600whp.

Don't be shy, post your build details and dyno graph.
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Old 06-07-2013, 07:54 AM   #411
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The 4g63 will make 600 whp way more easily. You just can't argue with that engine's efficiency. Just look at the intake and exhaust runners on the head. They are super short and really wide. Perfect design for making top end power.
Says the guy why just slapped a huge turbo on his Subaru and added longer runners.

By the way, you know I'm just giving you a hard time right?
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Old 06-07-2013, 07:57 AM   #412
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We all know this. There is better platforms; IMO the supra is the king for the money.
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Old 06-07-2013, 08:28 AM   #413
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Juan has been trying to get a evo for while now.....this is why I posted the comment.

And I saw that he posted his car for sale .....again.
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Old 06-07-2013, 08:52 AM   #414
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The 4g63 will make 600 whp way more easily. You just can't argue with that engine's efficiency. Just look at the intake and exhaust runners on the head. They are super short and really wide. Perfect design for making top end power.

On the other hand, Mitsubishi isn't exactly known for the reliability of their cars. I wouldn't mind getting an Evo 9 MR someday as a daily driver though.
I'm not saying they don't make power more easily the Subaru's, their VE is definitely higher. I'm just saying they're not so reliable as you stated.

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We all know this. There is better platforms; IMO the supra is the king for the money.
Agreed power for money , they break but at higher HP levels. Lol
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Juan has been trying to get a evo for while now.....this is why I posted the comment.

And I saw that he posted his car for sale .....again.
I'm just giving you guys a hard time! Let see your power like Swoop said!
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Old 06-07-2013, 09:19 AM   #415
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I don't have anything special.

Hta green I think like 430 or 440 on pump.

I prefer spool and a great curve for road racing and such......but I just know from my personal experience that I have had zero and I mean zero issues in 4 years and 40k of very hard miles.

If that's not reliability I don't know what is.

I still love Subaru.....and smile each time one passes me on the road...the sound is intoxicating.


So no hate here......just my 2 cents.
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Old 06-07-2013, 11:48 AM   #416
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No worries man!

I make similar power on pump with my Dom 3.5, 450-460 and it has good spool, response and a broad range. I feel this is a pretty reliable and durable build at 22 psi. I'm sure that with my E85 map at 27-28 psi and mid 500WHP that it will give up some reliability due to the added stress on everything. I really like my pump gas map and I'll mostly be using that with the type of driving that I do. I also figure that I will be content because I can flash in the E85 map and feel a big kick in power instead of; " I want more, give me more" like that At&T commercial!

I do love my XTI, it's super fun to drive and it's so unsuspecting, that almost everyone is surprised by it. That's partly why I built it besides it's utility.

I'll tell you it doesn't help us feel good about our Subaru's with Junior posting his stats and video of his GTR. I'm not gonna tell but I've seen his dyno graphs, they look like big mountains and it's a whole other world there as you guys know. That to me is the new "Supra" or big power platform and they're just getting started with them, really! The price of admission is also meteorically higher!! LOL
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^ you can buy a used 09 GTR for $55k.....you have probably spent more than that on your subie.
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^ you can buy a used 09 GTR for $55k.....you have probably spent more than that on your subie.
I'm into it for a little less but you're not far off! That's just the base GTR though and like Junior was saying they're a black hole for money!
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That's cool, I thought you had a big power car. Seems like it is typical for an Evo owner to talk about big horsepower being so easy to accomplish, yet their personal car doesn't make big power. I was just giving you a hard time too, seeing as how this thread just turned into a dick measuring contest.

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I don't have anything special.

Hta green I think like 430 or 440 on pump.

I prefer spool and a great curve for road racing and such......but I just know from my personal experience that I have had zero and I mean zero issues in 4 years and 40k of very hard miles.

If that's not reliability I don't know what is.

I still love Subaru.....and smile each time one passes me on the road...the sound is intoxicating.


So no hate here......just my 2 cents.
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Old 06-07-2013, 12:52 PM   #420
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I'm into it for a little less but you're not far off! That's just the base GTR though and like Junior was saying they're a black hole for money!
50k gets you 1000whp but I don't think they are that reliable because I see a lot of the big name GTR owners selling them already.
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Old 06-07-2013, 12:59 PM   #421
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I have really never been into the big HP builds. I much prefer driveability and power under the curve.

Every once in a while I think it would be fun to have a 6266 or 6466 for the highway but that's about it.
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50k gets you 1000whp but I don't think they are that reliable because I see a lot of the big name GTR owners selling them already.
So $110K and 1000WHP that breaks too!....hmmm....I still like my Forester!

Junior has way more power any money into it than that. He bought an ETS kit with twin 30r's and ditched those turbos and fitted the 6266's which were a big challenge to fit. Upgraded motor, trans, clutch, brakes!! I don't even want to know what he's got into it!
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The Supra video you posted on the E85 thread is very funny and entertaining but it rings true....all to true!
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I have really never been into the big HP builds. I much prefer driveability and power under the curve.

Every once in a while I think it would be fun to have a 6266 or 6466 for the highway but that's about it.
My car is really fun to drive with the 6466. I gave on of my cooworkers a ride and he said that my car doesn't feel laggy. He own an old school 5.0L mustang.. The car pulls fairly well off boost.
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Old 06-07-2013, 02:37 PM   #425
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^ you can buy a used 09 GTR for $55k.....you have probably spent more than that on your subie.
We need to build some h6's.

I have a lot of ideas for a kill mode h6, would love to chit chat, message me later. Don't get out of owning subies, I saw your fb post!
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