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Old 07-03-2003, 01:20 AM   #1
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Talking 13.38@100mph @ E-town

My best run today at e-town looked like this..

60' - 1.816
330' - 5.441
1/8 - 8.506
mph - 80.11
1000' - 11.136
1/4 - 13.387
mph - 100.67

I also ran a 13.42@100 and a 13.7@99..

I'm using a UTEC brashly road tuned by myself from a stg.2 map, car feels great. I don't think I can go much faster than a 13.3 with the stock turbo with my setup, but you know I'll try
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Old 07-03-2003, 05:41 AM   #2
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Good times on the stock turbo. What are you other mods besides Utec stage 2?
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Old 07-03-2003, 05:53 AM   #3
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Mods are,

Engine/related:
K&N panel filter w/mod
Samco IC/radiator hoses
Perrin upipe
Stromung 2.5inch catless turboback exhuast with highflow muffler
GFB pullies
STI hoodscoop
STI grp. N engine/tranny mnts.
STI organic/kevlar clutch with type RA pressure plate
JUN flywheel
UTEC (not using launch control )

Suspension:
Eibach springs
Kartboy endlinks
MY00-01 RS rims with RE730 tires

94octane gasoline in use, I kept datalogging and advancing the ignition at the track and no knock at all, I even leaned it out just a tad in certain areas. ( I actually started my fuel map from a stg.2 91 octane map so it was just pig rich!!) Now it's almost like a regular stg.2 fuel map, alittle leaner under 5,000rpms than the base map though.

But tuning is like a daily thing I guess now for me since I just got the UTEC last week and I'm just starting to feel at home with it.. anyway, it's going to be hard for me to beat this time now. But I was thinking maybe of making an 100octane map, but it's alot of work to run a tenth or two faster, and if I do it, I have to spend money for some dyno time to get the a/f ratio right. Well, I'll see what happens

My trap speed says I'm only making around 230WHP.. But my car weighed in at 3098 with me in it and a 1/4tank of gas, cool huh!? I wonder how accurate the scale is..

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Old 07-03-2003, 09:57 AM   #4
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Keep going, we have a 12.9@103 here in Puerto Rico. (stock turbo)
The diference is VP race fuel, Sti IC, no pulleys and stock transmission. The UTEC is road tuned, we don't have AWD dyno yet.

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Old 07-03-2003, 01:18 PM   #5
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Yeah, it's the race fuel that makes the difference..

Thats a good time (12.9@103), especially since it was probably pretty hot in Puerto Rico.
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Old 07-03-2003, 01:20 PM   #6
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paul
nice run ..(saw it from the stands) what was your reaction time? Looked for you after but i guess that was your last run. I ran a 13.7 and my buddy with the blue rex ran a 13.33
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Old 07-03-2003, 01:25 PM   #7
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Hey we would have been a good race(me and your buddy)! Damn he beat me too.. good for him

My reaction time was pretty bad, but I sat at the line to get my revs in the right spot before I left. My 60' was my best one I have ever gotten though, I only launch at the track really and I had forgotten how cool it felt.
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Old 07-03-2003, 01:30 PM   #8
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what did you drop it at? or slip it at?
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Old 07-03-2003, 07:52 PM   #9
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Major slip from 5,500rpms..
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Old 07-04-2003, 01:54 AM   #10
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You weighed in at 3098 at E-Town??? *** my 03 Rex weighed at 3306 lbs. with me in it and I'm only 150 lbs.!! Although I did have a few things from school in the car at the time, that is a LOT of extra weight I have compared to you. Are you weight reduced?
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Old 07-04-2003, 04:16 AM   #11
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You weighed in at 3098 at E-Town??? *** my 03 Rex weighed at 3306 lbs. with me in it and I'm only 150 lbs.!! Although I did have a few things from school in the car at the time, that is a LOT of extra weight I have compared to you. Are you weight reduced?
Not really, I mean, nothing serious. But thats what it weighed, it went to 3100, and then down to 3098 when I was sitting in the car. I only weight 130lbs. though (i'm a skinny guy), but still, that means that my car weighs under 3klbs.

It makes sense though, because don't they weigh 3085 from the factory? I have minor weight reduction, I'll list it for you.

-No fog lights (STI covers in use)
-JUN flywheel (weighs 12.5lbs.)
-GFB pullies (Weigh 1.5lbs.)
-Turboback exhuast (? but it's lighter than stock)
-Only drivers seat floormat
-No "oh ****" bars
-No spare, or anything at all in the trunk
-No under hood insulation thing (but the duct is still there of course)
-No air scoop in engine bay, and no snorkel that it is connected
too
-Removed that metal weight under the drivers side dashboard(yes I know what it's there for)
-upipe(might be lighter?)
-no rear seatbelts, or associated brackets (this one saved me at least 10lbs.!)

thats all i can think of that I have done, but there might be one or two minor things in my storage closet upstairs that I forgot about. I have an OEM spoiler too btw. I did not remove any of my seats, nor do I ever plan to, I just like to remove anything I don't really need for weight reduction. I dunno, one day I just got bored and spent an hour taking everything I listed off the car

*Do not remove that large metal bar underneath the rear seat IMO; because if your looking for weight reduction you might be tempted too but it looks pretty important in a crash.
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Old 07-04-2003, 05:32 AM   #12
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Nice run for a STG2 car.

What exact metal piece did you remove from under the dash? and what does it do? I've been thinking about everything I can remove that's not needed. I think there is also a metal peice under the center console that can be removed.
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Old 07-04-2003, 05:36 AM   #13
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I don't have a stg.2 car, the only thing turbo xs on my car is the UTEC, and I tuned it from a stg.2 map.

The peice of metal underneath the drivers side dashboard (you have to remove the plastic underneath to get to it, and it removes with two screw/bolts) is supposedly there to protect your legs in an accident, not sure of the specifics on that though. Remove at your own risk of course
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Old 07-04-2003, 04:20 PM   #14
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nice run
I ran a 13.4 @ 100mph
full interior
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jic ti exhaust
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were my only mods that affect power.
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Old 07-04-2003, 11:16 PM   #15
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Cool good driving, 100mph seems to be a very common # with stock turbo cars. Hey, at least it's three digits
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Old 07-05-2003, 12:15 PM   #16
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Paul,

Great job! You've only been tuning a week and your comfortable with the UTEC so you must be a natural born tuner

Your 60ft time is about as good as it gets for your mods so keep up the good driving.

Thanks,
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Old 07-09-2003, 04:33 AM   #17
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Paul,

Great job! You've only been tuning a week and your comfortable with the UTEC so you must be a natural born tuner

Your 60ft time is about as good as it gets for your mods so keep up the good driving.

Thanks,
Phil
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Hey thanks alot Phil i really appreciate that!

UTEC has been my best mod so far hands down; it's pretty enjoyable to datalog and tune and see/feel results from your handywork.

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Old 07-11-2003, 04:32 AM   #18
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Hey, btw, this run was using an version 3.1t UTEC not meant to be actually sold to the public

Hopefully I can make some progress at the track after I re-tune the car from scratch... I guess the ign. and boost maps were working, but the fuel values were not with the version utec i had according to turboxs..
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Old 07-17-2003, 02:23 AM   #19
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Update:
1.84 60'
81.5mph 1/8mile
13.31@101mph

94octane tune on the UTEC. Check out my always changing map i the engine mgm't forum if you like..
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