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Old 05-26-2013, 09:32 AM   #226
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Did you see a big difference in NVH noise? Just sent you a text instead.
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Old 05-26-2013, 10:27 AM   #227
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Well i did so many bushings and stuff all at once its hard to tell which ones added what noise but my car is noisy. A lot from the rear diff
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Old 05-26-2013, 11:21 AM   #228
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Well i did so many bushings and stuff all at once its hard to tell which ones added what noise but my car is noisy. A lot from the rear diff
Yeah, I have all WL PU bushings throughout my suspension and driveline so I wonder how much I will notice. I've also sound insulated the rear area of my XTI up to the front seats. I need to finish the front area this year.
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Old 05-31-2013, 06:25 PM   #229
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I'm not replacing all the wheel bearings as I posted earlier, my wheel bearings are in good shape right now. I'm going to be using Eibach Hubcentric 10mm spacers at the rear and H&R hubcentric 5mm at the front.

DSS gave me an RA to send back the 600HP axle upgrades and Angel/ HP Techs and Motovicity the local DSS distributor are sponsoring me and giving me a great deal on the 800HP DSS bolt in place rear axles and the Level 5 750HP front axles. I most likely will not be breaking these axles.

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Old 06-01-2013, 05:05 PM   #230
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Oh yeah, got the new Torque Solutions motor, trans and pitch stop mounts installed yesterday. They fit perfectly!
I wanted to mention this because there was some discussion on Juan's thread about the Torque Solutions fitment on the trans mount.

I placed my 6 speed group n trans mount next to the TS trans mount and they were exactly the same height. We also had the group n 5 speed mount and the 5 spd group n mount was taller than the TS mount as well as different in height from right to left. Torque Solutions only makes the one tranny mount so with a 5 speed you need to shim it with washers or a custom spacer and the spacers will be different in height from the right to left side. I spaced taking a picture of them but I know Angel has both in stock so I will try to remember to take a picture next week when I'm down there after they are done moving the shop into the new space at the front of the building.
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Old 06-05-2013, 10:34 PM   #231
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Id1300 testers have shipped buddy, game on!
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Old 06-06-2013, 08:21 AM   #232
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Id1300 testers have shipped buddy, game on!
Oh yeah buddy!! Dylan sent me tentative dates yesterday of your schedule. When can you send me some maps scaled for the new injectors so I can install them?

Right now we're have some fits getting the last front axle for my car. We've got the rears in and one front axle in. So far we got 3 level 5 front axles and only one was the correct axle. 2 were different axles packed in the WRX/STI box. Carbon driveshaft is also in!

The other thing I need is some 10mm hubcentric wheel spacers for my rear wheels. We ordered the Eibach's with studs so we don't have to pull the hubs and put in longer arp studs and new bearings. The problem is we can't find the Eibach's anywhere, they're out and the date keeps being pushed out. Does anyone know where or who has these for 5x100?

At this point I'd do the longer arp studs, new bearings and any hub centric 10mm spacer without studs if we can find them!!

ANY HELP HERE WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!

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Old 06-06-2013, 08:28 AM   #233
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Id1300 testers have shipped buddy, game on!
BTW, your GTR sounds and is so nasty. We need more video of it running, on car, in car mounts whatever. Love it!!
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Old 06-06-2013, 04:45 PM   #234
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Old 06-06-2013, 09:59 PM   #235
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Old 06-07-2013, 02:17 AM   #236
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The other thing I need is some 10mm hubcentric wheel spacers for my rear wheels. We ordered the Eibach's with studs so we don't have to pull the hubs and put in longer arp studs and new bearings. The problem is we can't find the Eibach's anywhere, they're out and the date keeps being pushed out. Does anyone know where or who has these for 5x100?

At this point I'd do the longer arp studs, new bearings and any hub centric 10mm spacer without studs if we can find them!!

ANY HELP HERE WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!
It's been awhile since I've done extended studs but I've never had to do new bearings to install them, especially in the front. I think I remember some guys drilling out the abs sensor hole a bit to make it work. Not sure if that was just for 5x114 or if it applies to both patterns.
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Old 06-07-2013, 09:02 AM   #237
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It's been awhile since I've done extended studs but I've never had to do new bearings to install them, especially in the front. I think I remember some guys drilling out the abs sensor hole a bit to make it work. Not sure if that was just for 5x114 or if it applies to both patterns.
Thanks but you can't get the extended studs through the abs sensor hole. You need to pull the hub and replace bearings.

edit: We checked and it looks like the longer studs will work on the rear if we pull the ABS sensor, I'll report back on this.

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Old 06-07-2013, 10:04 PM   #238
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Thanks but you can't get the extended studs through the abs sensor hole. You need to pull the hub and replace bearings.

edit: We checked and it looks like the longer studs will work on the rear if we pull the ABS sensor, I'll report back on this.
Yea I'm almost positive you can drill the hole out slightly and get the studs in.
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Old 06-07-2013, 10:35 PM   #239
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this things awesome!! great job man!
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Yea I'm almost positive you can drill the hole out slightly and get the studs in.
I'm not sure that the ABS sensor hole has to be drilled out. I think you just have to remove the sensor.
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Thanks man! It's pretty fun!
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ID1300 testers showed up yesterday! Junior's going to send me some revised maps scaled for these injectors. Then we just need to figure a time to get her back on the PnL dyno, which will be the challenge with my crazy work schedule now.

We are having fits trying to get the last of the DSS level 5 axles for my car. We have the rears in, the drive shaft upgrade in and one of the front's in but the problem is there are 2 different abs sensor locations on our cars (and not a clear model year break according to the DSS of when Subaru made the change) and DSS make axles for both under the same part#. We have one of the correct axles in the front but we're trying to get the second one and the distributor can't tell from the packaging which one is inside the box. We've gotten four of these fronts and 3 are the wrong ones for my car. I suggested to them that they add a suffix# to the part number to designate ABS type because as it is now it's just hit and miss to get the correct front axle.

The version I need is on the right with the black boot.

I'm still hoping the local distributor Motovicity has one more that I need in stock. It's that or we have to send two back to the DSS to have them swap the outer CV's that I need on a pair as they don't have any in stock because they're made to order.

Here's the 2 different axles for the 2 types of ABS sensor mounts, lower and upper.

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Old 06-13-2013, 11:27 AM   #243
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Yea I'm almost positive you can drill the hole out slightly and get the studs in.
FYI, ABS sensors were removed on both front and rear hubs. Then the stock studs can be pushed out and the longer studs are fed back in and pulled into the hub without having to remove the knuckles/ hubs and replace all the bearings!
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Fixed the photo of the outer cv joint/ abs trigger!
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FYI, ABS sensors were removed on both front and rear hubs. Then the stock studs can be pushed out and the longer studs are fed back in and pulled into the hub without having to remove the knuckles/ hubs and replace all the bearings!
Good to hear. I was pretty sure you didn't need to go through all the work of new bearings. Been there before with the abs rings on the dss axles to.
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Old 07-26-2013, 06:06 PM   #246
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Well, a little update on the XTI. Installed the ID1300 testers a few weeks back and Junior tuned it this past Monday on the PnL dyno. Junior had to submit test/ tune data back ID and we are publishing our results to folks in the Subie community (like this post)!

We made 573 WHP and just shy of 500 WTQ with E85, 28 psi of boost, 50 psi base fuel pressure and 80% IDC's on the 1300's. I think we may have run the Dom 3.5XTR, 8cm out of breath at this power.

The ID1300's feel like they idle better than the 1000's both on E85 and 93 pump gas. I am very happy with their drive-ability! The car pulls very smoothly from a slow 4-5 mph at low throttle with no hesitations on these injectors (I'm sure the carbon drive-shaft doesn't hurt with this either)! They idle great and seem to deliver the fuel very well at all pulse widths.

The fuel system is pretty simple on my car, Walbro 465 in tank pump rewired through the stock FPC, stock fuel lines, Russell fuel line adapters to stock lines at firewall, Russell Proclassic braided fuel line and AN fittings to Perrin distribution block and Aeromotive FPR, Perrin rails and ID 1300's. The ID1300's will be good into the mid 600's WHP especially since they can take upto 90 psi base pressure and they'll flow 1590cc's at 60 psi.

We also upgraded all the vacuum lines to the push to connect variant. We used the Vibrant vacuum block mounted to the top of the intake manifold. The bolt holes lined up perfectly with the nipples/ mold marks in the intake and we drilled and tapped them for SS socket head cap screws. We used the Vibrant EWG kit with high temp fittings, 6mm polypro/ PTFE white 500 deg.f. rated lines and the 6mm polyurethane lines on the BOV, FPR and boost gauge lines.

I also have the drive-line upgrades done, DSS carbon drive-shaft, 800HP rear axles, Level 5 front axles, Torque Solutions motor, trans and pitch stop mounts, H&R Hubcentric 15mm rear wheel spacers and 5mm front wheel with extended studs. I do need to roll the front edge of my rear fenders just a little bit more as the tires make contact upon deep suspension compression on bigger bumps.



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Old 07-26-2013, 07:29 PM   #247
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Wow, pretty sleeperish engine bay. Congrats on the new tune and power! Those id1300's seem to be the bees knees.
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Old 07-26-2013, 10:16 PM   #248
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Thanks Carmi! The sleeper thing is intentional inside and out!

They do seem to be the perfect injector for my build and they should hold up well to the E85 with all stainless steel internals! I'll be switching back and forth between pump and E85 with my car, man I wish it was flex fuel capable! Maybe some day. I probably could have made more power with the 10cm hotside and got a little closer to 600 but the power band is broad and full 4k of solid power with pretty quick spool!
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Thanks Carmi! The sleeper thing is intentional inside and out!

They do seem to be the perfect injector for my build and they should hold up well to the E85 with all stainless steel internals! I'll be switching back and forth between pump and E85 with my car, man I wish it was flex fuel capable! Maybe some day. I probably could have made more power with the 10cm hotside and got a little closer to 600 but the power band is broad and full 4k of solid power with pretty quick spool!
E85 is flex fuel. Do you mean e85/93 blend? Like in between with an ethanol sensor?

All the sticker means is it will run on both and a blend of either.
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E85 is flex fuel. Do you mean e85/93 blend? Like in between with an ethanol sensor?

All the sticker means is it will run on both and a blend of either.
Yeah I meant the blend, with the ECU adjusting for the blend if needed. I think we may one day see a time when we can do this for the stock ECU. Maybe Cobb will figure this out? Currently it's possible to do the flex fuel blend with the Vipec/ Link and AEM Infinity, maybe others.
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