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Old 01-13-2004, 01:12 AM   #26
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I run in the mid 12's

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In the 1/8th.....right?
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Old 01-13-2004, 01:33 AM   #27
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What mvstype forgot to mention is that that's mid 12s in the 1/8th mile.

I've run 15.4s @ 89.48mph. Looking on the Subaru 1/4mi Registry there are WRXs that are in that same ballpark for trap speed or even a little slower, so I'm pretty happy with that. The ET isn't that great because my aluminum flywheel doesn't let me launch worth a damn - I think my 60' times have all been in the 2.1x - 2.2x range, while even stock WRXs are in the 1.8x-1.9x range.

As for the twisty stuff, I'll happily make the claim of fastest Legacy. And everyone's welcome to come out to Hawaii to prove me wrong.

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Old 01-13-2004, 07:48 AM   #28
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As for the twisty stuff, I'll happily make the claim of fastest Legacy. And everyone's welcome to come out to Hawaii to prove me wrong.

Pat Olsen
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Me too..

But please come out to Toronto Canada, instead.
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Old 01-13-2004, 07:57 AM   #29
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If Templar would chime in.....I know his '91 Legacy Turbo runs 12's in the 1/4...no idea what mine runs....maybe I'll G-tech it tonight.....
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Old 01-13-2004, 10:27 AM   #30
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If Templar would chime in.....I know his '91 Legacy Turbo runs 12's in the 1/4...no idea what mine runs....maybe I'll G-tech it tonight.....
What mods does he have on his turbo leg?
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Old 01-13-2004, 12:19 PM   #31
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The fastest Legacy in a straight line i can think of is a 91 that a guy in Canada had some years ago. He had it up for sale and kinda disappeared from the radar.

It had a rebuilt EJ22T with a worked stock turbo, intercooler and ~20PSI of boost with a DIS-2 and misc other mods.
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Old 01-13-2004, 12:35 PM   #32
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I have been cought mid 12's are 1/8 mile maybe even 1/32 mile.

I thought the same thing that KD7000. This isn't the forum that poeple not overly concerned with 1/4 mile times. I thought I would have some fun with it.

My car has enough power to get me on the highway safely. That the only speed I need.

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Old 01-13-2004, 12:36 PM   #33
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Based on my calculations, the Radio Flyer should run:

1/4 mile time: 9.02s
Trap speed: 199.35 mph




Of course, those times involve finding a cliff that is a quarter mile high and driving off it.

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Old 01-13-2004, 12:56 PM   #34
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i'm thinking of swapping my rst motor and goodies into my wagon and sell the rs. nothing like having a 330 hp grocery getter!
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Old 01-13-2004, 02:03 PM   #35
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nothing like having a 330 hp grocery getter!

That's about what i'm thinking, if all goes as planned i should have about 320.....at the wheels.
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Old 01-13-2004, 03:41 PM   #36
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haha- mid 12's in the 1/8mi maybe


5900' elevation
65F
Humidity? probably low

'98 2.5GT

16.8@81.75

So it's an easy mid 15sec car at sea level @ ~88mph, and could be a low 15sec car at sea level with a decent (<2.0s) 60' time

NOT the fastest by any means.... but only the second person to put any real #'s up

The GT's going up fer sale soon, and a turbo'd AWD car will take it's place (manufacturer/model up in the air - but a 5spd Legacy 2.2T is prefered)

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Old 01-13-2004, 04:03 PM   #37
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What mods does he have on his turbo leg?
Templar's sounds like it might be the same one DLC mentioned...
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The fastest Legacy in a straight line i can think of is a 91 that a guy in Canada had some years ago. He had it up for sale and kinda disappeared from the radar.
Templar's is a '91 bought from someone up north....I'll see if I can find his mod list....
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Old 01-13-2004, 04:08 PM   #38
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OK found the Templar Frankenstein Legacy details in this post: http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show...hreadid=458106

Not 12's but close:
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It is the same Legacy Turbo that we picked up for Elizabeth in September. Highly modded and will run 13s at 12 psi. Sweet car, needs a little work, but all the important pieces have under 10,000 miles on them.
and the mod list:
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And it's not exactly a Legacy Turbo anymore, either... It truly is a Frankenstein:
-car has just over 170K on it
-engine has just over 10K on it (yes seriously) with mobil 1 ALWAYS
-headwork done by Import Machine: multi angle valve job with radius, full port and polish
-parallel fuel rail setup
-lightweight pullys
-intake manifold and heads ported and polished
-Exhaust studs to manifold Heli-coiled for strength
-manifold cool-tec heat wrapped (faster spool)
-intake manifold chevy red (+5hp!)
-WRX TD-04 turbo
-93-96 WRX intercooler
-samco hoses on intercooler
-coolant lines removed from TB
-scooby sport 3" downpipe
-STi 5MT trannie with 4:44 gear set
-custom 4:44 rear diff with LSD
-WRX shifter with Kartboy knob (knob now on the WRX after I blistered my hand on it)
-WRX rear diff urithane bushings
-STi trannie and engine mounts
-STi 4pot brakes
-KYB AGX struts
-DBA slotted and x-drilled rotors
-Whiteline 22mm f&R sway bars
-AUtometer boost Gauge
-APEXi turbo timer
-98 RS gold rims
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Old 01-14-2004, 03:47 AM   #39
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I know I saw a T/C'd 2.5 BD Legacy on here before, he has all sorts of work done to his car but I haven't seen him post in a while. I'm sure he has some good numbers. All I remember was that it was white sedan, and he had some good interior/exterior/engine pics that I droole dover. Anyone remember this guy or know him?

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Old 01-14-2004, 05:18 AM   #40
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since mvstype has been eliminated, i nominate JoeT as the quickest legacy here, straight and twisties.

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Old 01-14-2004, 12:03 PM   #41
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since mvstype has been eliminated, i nominate JoeT as the quickest legacy here, straight and twisties.

Ben
Don't count me out so quike. I could be pulling a sleeper act.

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Old 01-14-2004, 01:30 PM   #42
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What about Craig99_GT (TC'd 99 GT) or motoswapsleeper (supposed, still waiting for pics, engine swap from a 22b, with some kind of twin turbo setup), I imagine they are quick.
There is a big diff between quick and fast, I prefer fast (good all around acceleration, handling, and top speed).

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Old 01-14-2004, 01:31 PM   #43
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What about Craig99_GT (TC'd 99 GT) or motoswapsleeper (supposed, still waiting for pics, engine swap from a 22b, with some kind of twin turbo setup), I imagine they are quick.
There is a big diff between quick and fast, I prefer fast (good all around acceleration, handling, and top speed).

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Old 01-14-2004, 09:22 PM   #44
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What about Speedwagon... Oh that's right, his engine is still on a pallet

C'mon Mitch!!
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Old 01-14-2004, 10:28 PM   #45
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Can anybody beat mid to low 12's? Edit: low 12's in the quater?
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Old 01-15-2004, 03:46 AM   #46
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I wouldn't claim to be the quickest or fastest... but I know it's up there . My mods:

Engine:
2002 WRX engine & ECU swap
PDE uppipe
Perrin catless downpipe (heatwrapped)
Custom 3" dp-back w/ dynomax resonator & magnaflow muffler
ITG panel filter
Vishnu intercooler hoses
Boost solenoid 3/16" resistor mod dealio
Removed intake silencer
Custom Grounding Kit
Blitz FATT DC-II turbo timer
COBB ACCESS PORT PRE-ORDERED AND ON THE WAY!!!!!

Suspension/Drivetrain/Brakes:
V5 STI type RA spec C tranny w/ DCCD (not connected though ), 4.44 lsd rear diff
Eibach Pro-kit springs
KYB GR2 struts
Whiteline adjustable rear sway bar
Whiteline rear end links
Rear strut tower bar
WRX front sway bar (Legacy one doesn't fit on WRX x-member)
***used to have a front strut bar... but it didn't clear intercooler.***
STI engine mounts and tranny mount
Redline tranny and rear diff fluid
Cobb short shifter
Brembo slotted front rotors
KVR carbon front pads
Primitive Enterprises rear diff guard
Yokohama AVS ES-100 tires size 225/50/16

Exterior/Interior:
Morette headlights
Hella 4000 Eurobeam lights (pair on front)
Red stars badge
Very custom tint (sort of one way mirror + black on that. 2 layers)
Red front calipers
Vacanza red front mudflaps
Lovell/Freeman decals
Legacy L hood with custom-mounted STI hoodscoop
Carbon fiber interior trim
Custom carbon fiber DIN panel w/ boost gauge & turbo timer mounted on it
RAZO carbon shift knob
Carbon e-brake handle
JDM WRX front seats (v5 maybe... gray suede, black cloth)
Custom EJ20 emblem (www.YourEmblem.com)
Hood and light protection from www.RockBlocker.com

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hahaha... uh, NONE!!!
I have less stereo than stock!... except for the exhaust and turbo sounds, of course.

(Sorry for random stuff on there, I just copied and pasted it). I'm not a 1/4 mile-type guy so much either. I've hit a few autocrosses and went to the 1/4 track once just to find out what it runs [GHETTO track in my hometown didn't even have a timer though, so that was a waste except for beating the other car].

I do plan on running a VF22 and supporting mods as soon as I can save up the cash... which is tough for a BROKE college student. I'll stop when it's very very low 12's or high 11's

Jeremy
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Old 01-15-2004, 02:12 PM   #47
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Sounds like a pretty sweet car. Hopefully mine will be as cool when i get it done. I'm probably going to shoot for high 12's at first and then try to get it down into the low 12's when i get everything the way i want it.
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Old 01-15-2004, 02:18 PM   #48
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Sounds like a pretty sweet car. Hopefully mine will be as cool when i get it done. I'm probably going to shoot for high 12's at first and then try to get it down into the low 12's when i get everything the way i want it.
Brent
How far along are you. When do you think it will be done? What are you doing? Wagon or sedan?

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Old 01-15-2004, 02:35 PM   #49
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I knew somebody would eventually get courious. Bad monkey ! Just kidding.
I have a 96 legacy sedan ls trim with auto currently. Just a little history on my project: I bought the car a year and a half ago with the intent of modding it. Originally wanted a impreza, but couldn't find one, and then i stumbled across this car and was VERY impressed, so i bought it. I had pretty much just got out of my 91 sentra se-R that i had installed a jdm pulsar sr20det in. I wanted something that was more of a sleeper.

First engine plan-bought an entire 93 turbo legacy sedan w/5mt
Didn't like it-

Second engine plan-bought an entire 95 svx for the H6 3.3 swap. Didn't fit very well

Third engine- Bought an entire 02 wrx wagon-got paranoid the 5mt wouldn't hold the power i wanted...

Fourth and hopefully final engine plan - 03 jdm wrx sti non RA with 6 speed.

How far am i along? Well, i have the car, the new engine and transmission and some of the needed parts.
My biggest problem is making up my mind and getting going. Once i get going the swap shouldn't take long (hopefully)

I plan on doing a lot of other stuff to the car as well when it's all apart. I would like to do this once and not several times to get it right, so i'm taking my time. I will probably do suspension, brakes and bushings at the same time. As well as other thing too like gauges and all that.

I didn't install any of the above engines just to let everyone know.
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Old 01-16-2004, 12:38 AM   #50
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And it's not exactly a Legacy Turbo anymore, either... It truly is a Frankenstein:
-car has just over 170K on it
-engine has just over 10K on it (yes seriously) with mobil 1 ALWAYS
-headwork done by Import Machine: multi angle valve job with radius, full port and polish
-parallel fuel rail setup
-lightweight pullys
-intake manifold and heads ported and polished
-Exhaust studs to manifold Heli-coiled for strength
-manifold cool-tec heat wrapped (faster spool)
-intake manifold chevy red (+5hp!)
-WRX TD-04 turbo
-93-96 WRX intercooler
-samco hoses on intercooler
-coolant lines removed from TB
-scooby sport 3" downpipe
-STi 5MT trannie with 4:44 gear set
-custom 4:44 rear diff with LSD
-WRX shifter with Kartboy knob (knob now on the WRX after I blistered my hand on it)
-WRX rear diff urithane bushings
-STi trannie and engine mounts
-STi 4pot brakes
-KYB AGX struts
-DBA slotted and x-drilled rotors
-Whiteline 22mm f&R sway bars
-AUtometer boost Gauge
-APEXi turbo timer
-98 RS gold rims
That port-work must really free up a lot of power if he's running 13s on 12psi!! Could also be the gearing. Adam said my car was a mid-13s car at 14.7psi!!

Here's my mods (powerwise):
TD05-16G, STi v2 TMIC, HKS 3" DP, 2.5" Tanabe turboback/cat.

I'm currently running anywhere between 16-17psi nowadays.

One question about the above-mentioned car. Does it have bigger injectors (especially if it's running 20psi )? I know my injectors are pretty much static at 18psi. I've been trying to source some true drop in replacements but have come up short.
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