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Old 03-13-2013, 10:18 AM   #1
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Default Full built 05 wrx 2.61 liter. On the way to 500whp+

Welcome to my insanely long build thread. This has been a 2 year project so far and still much more to go before its at my goal. But for right now, it runs, it drives, its reliable. Here's my story:

I bought the car in 2011, drove it for 4 months and the stock 2.slow spun cylinder 3 rod bearing (go figure). Has taken over 2 years to build and $35k in parts. Larry's Power down in Groton, CT built the long block for us and did all the machine work (hell of an amazing shop!!!!). Wicked Innovations got the car running, base tuned, and cleaned up a lot of the hose routes. EFI logics pro-tuned a Cobb Accessport on the stock ECU. Andrewtech in Maryland built the transmission with the aftermarket gearing. The car currently sits just under 400whp, it definitely boogies but the turbo is way too small for the build thats in the car. In a year or so the plan would be to upgrade the turbo to something more suitable for the 2.61l monster block and under a high boost pump gas tune I'd like to dyno at 500whp. Under high boost e85 I am guessing it'll be much higher.


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Under her skirt:
Motor:
ej255 AEBS sleeved to 100mm pistons
BC 2.61l stroker kit
BC 272 cams
2.0l Heads Ported and Polished and domed to match cylinders
BC Valves with 3 angle valve job
Custom Ported and polished TGV delete
Ported intake manifold
Ported DBC throttle body
1000cc Injector Dynamics top feed injectors
Walbro 400lph in-tank fuel pump
Perrin Fuel rails
Aeromotive FPR
ACL main and rod bearings
Competition clutch twin disk
Mishimoto radiator and fan shroud
Gimmick Motorsports fmic
Perrin rotated gt3076r turbo kit
Perrin Equal length header
Turbo XS mid-pipe with no resonator
Tanabe Medallion Touring Muffler
Tial 44mm external wastegate full atmospheric.
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Fuel:
Pump 93
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Drivetrain:
05 STI swap
Subaru High Speed 2nd - 6th gearbox (Ratios: 2nd:2.235/3rd:1.521/4th:1.137/5th:0.891/6th:0.707. Stock Ratios: 2nd:2.375/3rd:1.761/4th:1.346/5th:0.971/6th:0.756)
Custom Painted Brembos
BC BR Coils
GT-spec strut bars
Whiteline front sway
Cusco rear sway
Godspeed trailing arms and lateral links
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Electronics:
DCCD Pro controller and switches
Okada coil packs
Stock ECU - Cobb Accessport
Vipec ECU (trying to sell. If it doesnt sell and the car is not my daily, Im going to have all sorts of fun stuff tuned on it.)
Speed Density - 3.5 bar AEM map sensor, AEM IAT sensor.
Glow shift 30lb boost gauge, oil pressure, and voltage
Relocated Battery to the trunk
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Exterior: (to be completed this winter)
Vinyl Wrap
Molded Fender Flares
Molded Rear Lip
Molded Side Skirts
New Duraflex Front Bumper and Lip 1 piece (http://www.ebay.com/itm/2004-2005-Su...p2054897.l4276)
New Seibon Carbon Fiber Hood
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Other Randoms that are just for looks:
Custom full rear seat delete
Karlton Flares
Chargespeed front and rear lips
SPT side skirt spats
Seibon carbon hood with vents
Custom retrofitted mercedes benz projector low beams
Custom fitted city light in high beam
Autopower 4 point roll bar
Corbeau 3" 4 point harnesses
Eclipse Touch screen stereo/nav
07 carbon rear vane
Rota Grid 18x9.5 +20
BFgoodie g-force 1's 235/40. (want 295/35s)
Relocated windshield wash tank behind driver's seat
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Power:
379whp/393wtq @22.9psi on 93.
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Future Plans:
-Precision 6466
-2000cc Injectors
-Vi Pec standalone fully tuned with switchable maps, launch control, and ethanol content sensor for instant map change when running e85.
-18x11 wheels wrapped in either 295/40x18 or 305/40x18
-Corbeau FX-Pro racing seats with retrofitted stock wrx heated seat pads in them
-Powder coat all intercooler piping
-Quick release steering wheel (of some sort)
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Old 03-13-2013, 10:52 AM   #2
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So I figured I'll start posting and once my dyno tune is complete I'll update the #'s

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Under her skirt:
Motor:
ej255 AEBS sleeved to 100mm pistons
BC 2.61l stroker kit
BC 272 cams
2.0l Heads Ported and Polished and domed to match cylinders
BC Valves with 3 angle valve job
Custom Ported and polished TGV delete
Ported intake manifold
Ported DBC throttle body
1000cc DW top feed injectors
Walbro 400lph in tank fuel pump
Perrin Fuel rails
Aeromotive FPR
ACL main and rod bearings
Competition clutch twin disk
Mishimoto radiator and fan shroud
Gimmick Motorsports fmic
Perrin rotated gt3076r turbo kit
Perrin Equal length header
Turbo XS mid-pipe with no resonator
Tanabe Medallion Touring Muffler
Tial 44mm external wastegate full atmospheric.

Fuel:
Pump 93

Drivetrain:
05 STI swap
Brembos
BC BR Coils
GT-spec strut bars
Whiteline front sway
Cusco rear sway
Godspeed trailing arms and lateral links

Electronics:
DCCD Pro controller and switches
Okada coil packs
Vipec ECU
Speed Density
Glow shift 30lb boost gauge, oil pressure, and voltage
Relocated Battery to the trunk


Other Randoms that are just for looks:
Custom full rear seat delete plate
Karlton Flares
Chargespeed front and rear lips
SPT side skirt spats
Seibon carbon hood with vents
Custom retrofitted mercedes benz projector low beams
Custom fitten city light in high beam
Autopower 4 point roll bar
Corbeau 3" 4 point harnesses
Eclipse Touch screen stereo/nav
07 carbon rear vane
Rota Grid 18x9.5 +20
BFgoodie g-force 1's 235/40. (want 295/35s)
Relocated windshield wash tank behind driver's seat


I bought the car in 2011, drove it for 4 months and the stock 2.slow spun cylinder 3 rod bearing (go figure). Took over a year to build and over $25k in parts. Still trouble shooting the car now. Getting an ignition cut under full load between 5500-7000 rpms. Getting the car data-logged to see how everything is running to make sure its not a mechanical issue and can be fixed. Larry's Power down in Groton CT built the long block for us and did all the machine work (hell of an amazing shop!!!!). Wicked Innovations got the car running, base tuned, and cleaned up a lot of the hose routes. Looking to have EFI logics do a full tune to complete the build. Then off to Sinful Creations in NH for body work and paint. All aesthetics are getting molded in for a nice seamless look.

Predictions:
Praying for 500whp/500wtq
looking realistically at 430whp/470wtq.

Motor is capable of handling 800whp all damn day but I just need the turbo and correct fuel to get me there.

(pics of the car to be posted at a later date.)
Looks like a healthy build list.

Not to burst your bubble, and I believe you were being sarcastic but there is not 800whp subaru that exists "all damn day". These cars are terrible unreliable after 500-550whp on most dyno's.

Let the "ive seen a 800whp subaru last 3 years" comments begin.
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Old 03-13-2013, 11:13 AM   #3
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Looks like a healthy build list.

Not to burst your bubble, and I believe you were being sarcastic but there is not 800whp subaru that exists "all damn day". These cars are terrible unreliable after 500-550whp on most dyno's.

Let the "ive seen a 800whp subaru last 3 years" comments begin.
Me and you both buddy... I was gonna say the same thing. Imo anything over 450whp becomes unreliable but thats in how you drive it.
prob around 440 on pump its gonna be more of a torque monster becuase of that stroker crank.
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Old 03-13-2013, 12:34 PM   #4
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Ya so far even base mapped the car pulls hard through the entire rpm range and at limiter range. I do agree with NW2TONE though. If you were to daily a car and beat the snot out of it, it will break a lot more. If you take care of it and drive like a normal human, then parts tend to last longer.

Yes it was 50% sarcasm on the all damn day comment. But this motor is absolutely rock solid and would be able to handle 600-650 as an okay daily but if parts do go it wont be cheap to fix. My ultimate goal with it is to get meth injection and run a precision 6766 with larger injectors and most likely stay there for a very long time. Its amazing how fast the 30r spools up on this motor. I would compare it to a td04 on a 2.5l. Just need to solve all the other bugs first... =/
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Old 03-13-2013, 12:49 PM   #5
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if you haven't already, check out kelford cams...I used a 276/280 staggered with 10.6/ 11mm lift with 1mm OS valves and dual springs/ ti retainers. We made 40 hp more over stock heads with 35r turbo at 26 psi peak....Many people that Ive seen and even my tuner has seen this...BCs cams are fairly mild compared other cams with more aggressive duration and valve lift. GCS is another good company to check out. Just my .02 cents from experience.

BTW...numbers depend on the dyno.....times at the track never lie! You'd be more that happy with 450-480 on an airboy or mustang dyno as opposed to 500 on a dynojet
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Old 03-13-2013, 01:00 PM   #6
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Agreed! When I started looking for cams, the real reason why I bought the BCs is because a member here had them for sale with valve springs and retainers as a kit. After the motor was built is when I found out bc 272s are more like 268s. Maybe once I can afford to and decide to go bigger then I'll go for oversized valves and better, meaner cams. Must say though, even the bcs in non-avcs heads sound pretty damn sweet. Too bad my idle is set to 1500 right now =(
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Glad to hear that you found that out...a lot of people don't realize this. I had my idle set at 900 and it ran pretty good...1500 seems really high. At first we had it at 1100 then I was told we could get it down a little.

my old build if you were curious (BTW that's not me saying the bad bitch of subarus lol...just an excited tuner):

http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=2079936

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Agreed! When I started looking for cams, the real reason why I bought the BCs is because a member here had them for sale with valve springs and retainers as a kit. After the motor was built is when I found out bc 272s are more like 268s. Maybe once I can afford to and decide to go bigger then I'll go for oversized valves and better, meaner cams. Must say though, even the bcs in non-avcs heads sound pretty damn sweet. Too bad my idle is set to 1500 right now =(
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Old 03-14-2013, 09:11 AM   #8
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haha I'll have to look into your thread!

Ya right now the car is base mapped. It needs a dyno tune bad! but we need to solve that high rpm ignition cut and now my random stalling issue.... Damn thing never cooperates. When my idle does randomly drop, I love the sound of all 4 cylinders firing in sync. I hope after the dyno tune that the car idles around the same as you, 900. Its going tomorrow to get a real data log to see if we can find any bad sensors or low reading sensors for that ignition cut. For the stalling I think its an ignition switch because after the car was turned off yesterday the fuel pump kept spooling for a good 10 minutes. Seems quite odd but its worth a try.
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Old 03-14-2013, 09:54 AM   #9
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I had stalling issues too it was due to the decreased idle vacuum with the big cams. Did you pressure test your intake system? that could be an issue for stalling as well. Ive found modded wrxs can be quite touchy when significantly modifying the engine components and even sensor scalings and such. Think about it though...Subaru spends hundreds of hours engine dynoing for emissions/ performance and reliability tweeking everything in just the right way before they have their final "tune" so to speak. Then people like you or me come along and start modifying parts and tweeking the map for performance gains. What im getting at is the car will never run the way it does stock unless time and money are spend in engineering and tuning the computer to a certain degree...where as your average tuner tunes a car in less than an hour. (depending on setup). So needless to say I got pretty frustrated with mine and that's part of the reason why it now belongs to someone else lol ....I want a late 90s jdm skyline now ...I wish. Anyway, Im sure it will pan out for you as others have better luck than some
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Ya i know it will pan out just fine. Its odd though because I havent had this stalling issue until this past wednesday and the car has been driven many times for 2 months now. If it was the cams dont you think it would do it right off the bat?

I am sure once the full tune is done the car will run much better.
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ooo ok yea then its likely another issue with the stalling.
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Well found the issues. Spark plugs gapped to .04 was causing the stalling. The ignition cut was caused by running a 14.3 average AFR recorded on a dyno. Thank god I had it checked before I melted a piston...
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Well found the issues. Spark plugs gapped to .04 was causing the stalling. The ignition cut was caused by running a 14.3 average AFR recorded on a dyno. Thank god I had it checked before I melted a piston...

That would do it! good catch man.
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Nice looking build! I noticed that you are running a vipec. Which model? V44 or V88?

Just curious, I have a V88 that i need to wire up once my engine is assembled fully and installed in the car.
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I have the plug and play version so I am guessing v44? I am selling it though once the car is fully tuned week of April 1st. I decided on the stock ecu piggybacked by cobb accessport since they started supporting speed density. The car will be my daily for a little while until I can afford to get a second vehicle so I wanted to keep it fairly reliable for now. And it would be nice to switch maps as I go between wastegate pressure and balls to the walls.
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In for pics. Thanks for using our injectors!
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So far I have heard nothing but good things about the DW 1000's. I just can't wait to see their true potential at the beginning of April. The tuner I am taking the car to absolutely loves working with the DW 1000s apparently.

Ill definitely be posting pics once we get some better weather here in Massachusetts where I can take the car and the camera out for a day.
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I have the plug and play version so I am guessing v44? I am selling it though once the car is fully tuned week of April 1st. I decided on the stock ecu piggybacked by cobb accessport since they started supporting speed density. The car will be my daily for a little while until I can afford to get a second vehicle so I wanted to keep it fairly reliable for now. And it would be nice to switch maps as I go between wastegate pressure and balls to the walls.
The PnP Vipec is based off the V88 and will allow you to do more things easier than an AP if configured right including one the fly fuel, ignition, and boost map switching.
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Anything over 550whp on a EJ is totally unreliable....unless you are tuned perfect. And i mean perfect.....and you have consistent fuel.
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Kellygnsd- Only reason why that doesnt really matter is because I have no extra laptops to use for switching the maps, and I have no idea how to tune.

JMK508- very true. Luckily its fully sleeved and built properly by Larrys Power down in CT.
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Kellygnsd- Only reason why that doesnt really matter is because I have no extra laptops to use for switching the maps, and I have no idea how to tune.

JMK508- very true. Luckily its fully sleeved and built properly by Larrys Power down in CT.
You could easily use a selector switch for different maps, just use the auxiliary input. The plan is to use an e85 sensor with mine, to automatically adjust for fuel content
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That'll be a pretty sweet setup! didn't know you could wire up a sensor for that. Once e85 is more readily available in my area then I might think of doing that, but as far as a low boost/high boost map selection, not sure if an aux switch would work.
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That'll be a pretty sweet setup! didn't know you could wire up a sensor for that. Once e85 is more readily available in my area then I might think of doing that, but as far as a low boost/high boost map selection, not sure if an aux switch would work.
It will, it does(like it would on any good standalone). If you wanted you could install a potentiometer and dial boost up and down on the fly if you wanted.

Like i said before you can have multiple boost, fuel, and timing maps. How you switch them is up to you but you can use external switches, conditional logic or a laptop if you desire. Read the help file.
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Old 04-04-2013, 09:56 PM   #24
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Well, quite disappointed in the #'s but at least the car is going to be super reliable now. My final #s came in at 365whp/426wtq. The 30r is really holding the car back from making the #s I was hoping. But right now reliability is absolute key.
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Old 04-04-2013, 11:02 PM   #25
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at how much boost is that, pretty low for the mods on the car, guess engine is just too big for the 30r..

my car made 380/358@20psi on the GT3076r .63 on a stock 04 STi longblock without avcs running 93oct.
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