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Old 09-21-2013, 09:11 AM   #1
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Last Wednesday I took my car down to Mikey at EFI Logics. I like this build because it's somewhat unique, and I think it'll offer some good information for anyone planning on going a similar route.

2004 WRX (Chargespeed widebody)
Version 7 EJ207 swap (AVCS enabled)
JDM 6 speed
JDM ECU
ATP GT3076R EWG
Tial 44mm off the exhaust housing
ID1000's
Walbro 255
KS Tech 73mm short ram
Perrin FMIC
Grimmspeed EBCS
Borla XR-1 turboback
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tuned by Mikey @ EFI logics. You guys are absolutely awesome!
Body and paint by a few different places, but mainly Eric @ Capital Region Customs
Sponsored by JNA Performance, and a big thanks to Justin for surprising us and coming down to take a few pictures!! And all of the amazing deals on parts of course, I wouldn't have been able to do it otherwise.

The car put down 365whp/300 ftlbs on 93 pump gas, 24psi. Mikey said it would probably handle a few more pounds but he said it felt really comfortable where it was. With some ARP head studs we would likely sit pretty just to 400, the head studs are the weak point at this moment. The car is a ton of fun on the street. It doesn't spool until 5k but it pulls hard all the way up to 8500, so fourth gear is a time warp. I am very please with the way everything came out.

I apologize for the poor dyno picture, I will get a better one shortly.





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Old 09-21-2013, 11:07 AM   #2
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Nice results man


Go the 207
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Old 09-21-2013, 11:23 AM   #3
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Nice results man


Go the 207
It's such a unique motor, I can't say enough good things about it. It's unfortunate that they're so rare around here, no one has the chance to experience how smooth it is compared to the 2.5. It may not put down much for torque, but it's such a screamer up top.
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Old 09-21-2013, 01:20 PM   #4
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I have a ej207 v7 in my 04 wrx I absolutely love the motor on my hta68 and meth I made 389 340 at 23.5 psi it feels amazing on the street I'm looking into six speeds can you give me your opinion on the jdm 6 speed over the usdm I want to finish my trans and do a 30r setup like you have BTW nice car man and good luck with it add the around head studs and some Meth my motor loved the Meth

it was on a dynopak

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Old 09-21-2013, 02:37 PM   #5
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I have a ej207 v7 in my 04 wrx I absolutely love the motor on my hta68 and meth I made 389 340 at 23.5 psi it feels amazing on the street I'm looking into six speeds can you give me your opinion on the jdm 6 speed over the usdm I want to finish my trans and do a 30r setup like you have BTW nice car man and good luck with it add the around head studs and some Meth my motor loved the Meth
The 68 is such a great turbo on the 2.0. I would hands down go with the jdm six speed over the usdm sti any day. The ratios are so tight that you can always keep it in high rpms and the shift points put you right back into the beginning of the powerband. Thank you sir, I have a snow meth kit laying around but I decided not to go that route. Very nice numbers, what dyno was that on??
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Old 09-21-2013, 08:54 PM   #6
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Great to see someone from US playing with JDM ej207 around here, nice to see you mate. i owned ej207 for 4 years now and im satisfied with its reliability and high revs. currently im doing 2.2L with gtx3076 .82 272 cams etc and putting down 419whp/390tq with 100% ethonal. your case is strong backup for my build due to some people debating about slow spool-up and under power. my scooby hit 24.5psi @ 4800rpm on the road which is pretty impressive in my opinion. anywayz, well done mate and nice number, there is still ton of potential if you forge everything inside and get arp stud as you said earlier. keep up good works for JDM EJ207!

p.s. awesome widebody mate, is it chargespeed kit?

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Old 09-21-2013, 09:10 PM   #7
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The 207 is such an awesome motor. And the tune looks great! Nice smooth curve and solid boost control. Congrats
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Old 09-22-2013, 06:06 AM   #8
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I'm over 500whp on my v10 with gtx3076


Love it to bits except the blown front diff my mate just gifted me - first person to drive my car and it happens
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Old 09-23-2013, 02:27 AM   #9
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Nice car. Very similar to my old setup on my 207 before I blew it up... If you got time take a minute to check out my build..as a fellow ej207..you'll enjoy it
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Old 09-23-2013, 01:23 PM   #10
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The 207 is such an awesome motor. And the tune looks great! Nice smooth curve and solid boost control. Congrats
Thank you!! I'd like to contribute that to the advice from EFI and Mikey on the boost control. The Grimmspeed EBCS works wonders and the ATP external set up is quality.

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I'm over 500whp on my v10 with gtx3076


Love it to bits except the blown front diff my mate just gifted me - first person to drive my car and it happens
That sounds like an absolute animal. Where are you seeing spool with the GTX? I highly considered that turbo but I think it was more than I needed.

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Nice car. Very similar to my old setup on my 207 before I blew it up... If you got time take a minute to check out my build..as a fellow ej207..you'll enjoy it
Just took a look at it, awesome man. I have already decided on utilizing a 2.2 block for my next build. I'm really looking forward to how your build turns out!
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Old 09-23-2013, 04:18 PM   #11
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.... the head studs are the weak point at this moment.
.Why?
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Old 09-23-2013, 05:30 PM   #12
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.Why?
In the version 7 the first problem to occur is a head lifting due to the stock head studs. The internals are good to go.
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Old 09-23-2013, 06:28 PM   #13
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Yep I would concur with the above

Arp headstuds (L19 at a minimum) and you'll be good for 26-28psi
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Old 09-23-2013, 06:31 PM   #14
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Yep I would concur with the above

Arp headstuds (L19 at a minimum) and you'll be good for 26-28psi
If I'm to do anything with the motor that's the plan. I won't likely pull the motor for 2lbs of boost though. While I've done about four transplants on this car, they're usually for bigger business. That's a lot of work for 15whp.
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Old 09-23-2013, 09:47 PM   #15
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It's also insurance / peace of mind for the 24 psi you're running at the moment anyway

In terms of full spool - with my less than ideal atp t28 flanged t31 v band outlet (2.5") 0.82 rear housing, I'm getting 28psi in second by 4700rpm and in 3rd by 4200

Swapping over to a genuine garret 0.82 rear t3 flanged inlet 3" v band outlet next week. Hopeful to pick up 500-600rpm of spool and 30hp up top

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Old 09-24-2013, 08:17 AM   #16
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Such a beautiful car. I love SRR.
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Old 09-24-2013, 09:21 AM   #17
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It's also insurance / peace of mind for the 24 psi you're running at the moment anyway

In terms of full spool - with my less than ideal atp t28 flanged t31 v band outlet (2.5") 0.82 rear housing, I'm getting 28psi in second by 4700rpm and in 3rd by 4200

Swapping over to a genuine garret 0.82 rear t3 flanged inlet 3" v band outlet next week. Hopeful to pick up 500-600rpm of spool and 30hp up top

Mick
That sounds like a blast! 28psi, god I can only dream of how nice that must feel.

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Such a beautiful car. I love SRR.
Thanks man!! It's actually Ferrari Rosso Corsa, I do love red.
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Old 09-24-2013, 11:13 AM   #18
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nice build!
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Old 12-26-2013, 12:09 PM   #19
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Last Wednesday I took my car down to Mikey at EFI Logics. I like this build because it's somewhat unique, and I think it'll offer some good information for anyone planning on going a similar route. 2004 WRX (Chargespeed widebody) Version 7 EJ207 swap (AVCS enabled) JDM 6 speed JDM ECU ATP GT3076R EWG Tial 44mm off the exhaust housing ID1000's Walbro 255 KS Tech 73mm short ram Perrin FMIC Grimmspeed EBCS Borla XR-1 turboback IAG Up pipe Built by myself tuned by Mikey @ EFI logics. You guys are absolutely awesome! Body and paint by a few different places, but mainly Eric @ Capital Region Customs Sponsored by JNA Performance, and a big thanks to Justin for surprising us and coming down to take a few pictures!! And all of the amazing deals on parts of course, I wouldn't have been able to do it otherwise. The car put down 365whp/300 ftlbs on 93 pump gas, 24psi. Mikey said it would probably handle a few more pounds but he said it felt really comfortable where it was. With some ARP head studs we would likely sit pretty just to 400, the head studs are the weak point at this moment. The car is a ton of fun on the street. It doesn't spool until 5k but it pulls hard all the way up to 8500, so fourth gear is a time warp. I am very please with the way everything came out. I apologize for the poor dyno picture, I will get a better one shortly.
. Why wouldn't you get the avc's working it makes such a big difference
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Old 12-26-2013, 07:51 PM   #20
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. Why wouldn't you get the avc's working it makes such a big difference
the AVCS is working. Enabled means it's functioning, disabled means it's not.
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Old 12-28-2013, 01:33 PM   #21
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I hate to nitpick, but you said revving to 8.5k, isn't the redline 8.2k?
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Old 12-28-2013, 02:19 PM   #22
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I hate to nitpick, but you said revving to 8.5k, isn't the redline 8.2k?
He might still be revving out to 8.5k

The heads and valve springs in the EJ207 are quite resilient. Some people in the EJ207 thread even have estimated that you can rev it out to 8800 rpm on the stock oiling system and heads.
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Old 12-28-2013, 09:01 PM   #23
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I hate to nitpick, but you said revving to 8.5k, isn't the redline 8.2k?
yea you can rev these out a little further without a worry. The 3076 starts to taper off at that point anyway so I typically shift before then.
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Old 12-31-2013, 03:51 PM   #24
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yea you can rev these out a little further without a worry. The 3076 starts to taper off at that point anyway so I typically shift before then.
. My bad ... Lol dunno how I got that confused great build I'm doing a similar build looking for the same numbers as yours
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Old 12-31-2013, 04:11 PM   #25
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. My bad ... Lol dunno how I got that confused great build I'm doing a similar build looking for the same numbers as yours
hahaha it's all good!! I'm on a heartbreaker dyno too so you'll be really pleased with the results. Once I go to 1300cc's and e85 it should be moving.
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