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Old 03-08-2004, 08:20 PM   #1
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Default FP Green vs. Tiny lil Stocker

Just wanted to see if someone that has an FP green that they haven't installed yet take a pic right beside a stock WRX turbo so I can see the size difference? thanks!

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Old 03-08-2004, 09:42 PM   #2
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Here is a picture of an FP Green (left) compared to the STi's VF39 (right) if that helps you any.


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Old 03-08-2004, 09:56 PM   #3
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Man now I really know what im getting my self into! awsome!
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Old 03-08-2004, 09:59 PM   #4
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Come on, it's just a tad bit bigger .

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Old 03-09-2004, 01:23 AM   #5
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Old 03-09-2004, 01:42 AM   #6
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Great googily-moogily...
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Old 03-09-2004, 02:50 AM   #7
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and here I thought my stock turbo would be big enough to satisfy me
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Old 03-09-2004, 03:37 AM   #8
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and here I thought my stock turbo would be big enough to satisfy me
It's not the size of the turbo that matters, it's.. wait, no it is nevermind.

With enough nitrous and good gearing a stock turbo rex can go 12.0s.. it's been done before
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Old 03-09-2004, 11:02 AM   #9
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It's not the size of the turbo that matters, it's.. wait, no it is nevermind.
That's only what people with little turbos say.

That green is ginormous. It's beautiful.
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Old 03-09-2004, 11:45 AM   #10
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Now THAT's a turbo!

I wouldn't mind one of those! Only problem is that my 5MT would take issue with it!

There don't seem to be any ECUTEK tuners out there with a map either.

Does anyone know if it would fit under an upgrated TMIC?
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Old 03-09-2004, 11:53 AM   #11
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Eeeegads! that thing is huge!

I wonder how long it would take to spool that baby up.
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Old 03-09-2004, 01:05 PM   #12
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Eeeegads! that thing is huge!

I wonder how long it would take to spool that baby up.
On the STi 2.5lt (EJ257), expect around 3700rpm full spool . Not so bad considering the size of the mofo....

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Old 03-09-2004, 02:09 PM   #13
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Eeeegads! that thing is huge!

I wonder how long it would take to spool that baby up.
14psi by 4150, full spool by 4500. stock 2.0.
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Old 03-09-2004, 03:13 PM   #14
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14psi by 4150, full spool by 4500. stock 2.0.
Holy lag, batman!
Is that P&P Turkey?
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Old 03-09-2004, 03:18 PM   #15
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It's not the size of the turbo that matters, it's.. wait, no it is nevermind.

With enough nitrous and good gearing a stock turbo rex can go 12.0s.. it's been done before

But Paul... According to most Nabisco posters "Nitrous does not count"

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Old 03-09-2004, 03:19 PM   #16
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Now THAT's a turbo!

I wouldn't mind one of those! Only problem is that my 5MT would take issue with it!

There don't seem to be any ECUTEK tuners out there with a map either.

Does anyone know if it would fit under an upgrated TMIC?

1. Yes it would

2. Huh? I have tuned the green with ECUtek.

3. Should fit

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Old 03-09-2004, 11:53 PM   #17
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Just curious....When/What is the full boost (rpm and psi) on a 2.5 block for this turbo?

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Old 03-10-2004, 07:52 AM   #18
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Twice the size of the VF39. Stock turbos ARE indeed tiny.
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Old 03-10-2004, 12:35 PM   #19
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Great googily-moogily...
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Old 03-10-2004, 04:39 PM   #20
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Holy lag, batman!
Is that P&P Turkey?
It comes with a ported 7cm housing. The comp housing is polished though.. it's only for looks and does nothing.

Honestly, you really don't notice the lag. Surprisingly, this turbo is stronger than my VF30 for daily driving. I prefere over the 30. It has more pull as long as I stay above 3000.. 3500 is the sweet spot. Just about the same as the VF30, which I always had to be above 3000 for any sort of power.. it's just the 2.0L. Weak sauce.
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Old 03-10-2004, 04:57 PM   #21
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Here is a Utec log from Big turkeys car during the famous NOT 400whp pull. You can get an idea of how this turbo comes on by comparing MAP to RPM. This is in Gauge mode so those MAP numbers are acurate.


3147 +4.9 2.8 102 30 00 15.2 +31.3 17.0 +22.4 -4.0 280.00 2.8
3177 +5.3 2.9 101 30 00 rich +31.3 18.0 +22.3 -4.0 280.00 2.8
3229 +5.5 2.9 101 30 00 12.1 +31.0 18.0 +22.1 -4.0 280.00 2.8
3303 +5.9 2.9 101 30 00 12.1 +31.2 19.0 +21.6 -4.0 280.00 2.8
3380 +6.5 2.9 101 30 00 12.4 +31.0 20.0 +21.2 -4.0 280.00 2.8
3411 +6.7 3.0 101 30 00 rich +30.8 20.0 +20.8 -4.0 280.00 2.8
3439 +7.2 3.0 101 40 00 12.1 +31.3 20.0 +19.0 -6.2 280.00 2.8
3501 +7.6 3.0 101 40 00 12.6 +31.2 21.0 +19.0 -5.6 280.00 2.8
3623 +8.0 3.1 101 40 00 rich +31.0 22.0 +19.0 -5.5 280.00 3.0
3671 +8.4 3.2 101 40 00 rich +30.7 23.0 +19.0 -5.8 280.00 3.0
3687 +8.8 3.3 101 40 00 rich +28.1 24.0 +19.0 -6.2 280.00 3.0
3766 +9.6 3.3 101 50 00 rich +27.9 25.0 +19.2 -7.3 280.00 3.1
3805 +10.4 3.4 101 50 00 rich +24.6 27.0 +19.3 -7.3 280.00 3.1
3987 +11.4 3.4 101 60 00 rich +22.4 29.0 +19.7 -7.3 280.00 3.2
3972 +12.3 3.5 101 60 00 rich +22.1 30.0 +19.9 -7.3 280.00 3.3
4055 +13.7 3.6 101 70 00 rich +19.5 34.0 +20.5 -7.7 280.00 3.3
4171 +15.1 3.7 101 80 00 rich +17.1 37.0 +21.9 -8.2 280.00 3.4
4257 +16.9 3.9 101 90 00 rich +14.8 40.0 +22.3 -8.8 280.00 3.5
4409 +19.0 3.9 101 100 00 rich +13.4 44.0 +22.6 -7.1 280.00 3.6
4547 +20.6 3.9 101 100 00 rich +14.2 46.0 +23.3 -6.6 280.00 3.6
4597 +21.6 4.0 101 100 00 rich +15.9 46.0 +23.4 -6.5 280.00 3.6
4844 +22.0 3.9 100 100 00 rich +16.8 46.0 +24.3 -6.4 280.00 3.6
4945 +22.5 4.0 101 100 00 rich +18.0 48.0 +24.6 -6.4 280.00 3.7
4923 +22.5 4.0 101 100 00 rich +17.6 50.0 +25.2 -6.8 280.00 3.8
5050 +22.7 4.1 101 100 00 rich +17.4 51.0 +25.4 -6.8 280.00 3.8
5192 +22.3 4.0 100 100 00 rich +15.7 53.0 +25.9 -6.8 280.00 3.8
5232 +22.0 4.1 101 100 00 rich +16.1 54.0 +26.2 -6.8 280.00 3.8
5393 +21.8 4.1 101 100 00 rich +16.1 56.0 +26.6 -6.8 280.00 3.9
5630 +21.6 4.1 101 100 00 rich +16.3 56.0 +27.0 -6.9 280.00 3.9
5787 +22.3 4.2 101 100 00 rich +16.8 58.0 +27.0 -7.3 280.00 4.0
5787 +21.8 4.3 101 100 00 rich +16.9 59.0 +27.8 -8.2 280.00 3.9
5878 +22.0 4.3 101 100 00 rich +15.1 60.0 +27.5 -8.2 280.00 4.0
5973 +22.5 4.3 100 100 00 rich +15.7 60.0 +28.0 -8.6 280.00 3.9
6253 +22.7 4.3 101 100 00 rich +16.1 63.0 +28.0 -8.3 280.00 4.0
6230 +22.9 4.3 100 100 00 rich +15.7 64.0 +28.0 -8.5 280.00 4.0
6289 +23.5 4.4 101 100 00 rich +20.5 65.0 +28.0 -8.7 280.00 4.0
6459 +23.5 4.4 101 100 00 rich +21.5 66.0 +28.0 -8.7 280.00 4.0
6720 +23.1 4.4 101 100 00 rich +21.6 67.0 +28.0 -8.7 280.00 4.0
6640 +23.7 4.4 101 100 00 rich +22.6 65.0 +28.0 -8.7 280.00 4.0
6720 +23.7 4.4 101 100 00 rich +22.7 65.0 +28.0 -8.7 280.00 4.0
6844 +23.7 4.4 101 100 00 rich +22.7 65.0 +28.0 -8.6 280.00 4.0

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Old 03-10-2004, 06:30 PM   #22
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Thats really not so bad considering.. What a/f ratio do you run when it's spooling up say, pre-4,500rpms? Around 11.5:1ish?
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Here is a Utec log from Big turkeys car during the famous NOT 400whp pull.
Thanks, Clark, appreciate it.

PaulRex, check out my post in Power Proven.. it's called Houston Dyno Day with AZScoobie. I have a dyno chart with AFR on there for you to look at. There was a dip into the rich side during spoolup they for some reason we couldn't get rid of.. I'll let Clark chime in as to why.

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Old 03-10-2004, 07:08 PM   #24
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The Dyno chart is posted with the AFR listed. There was a dip that was fighting me when the Utec would run to open loop. This problem rares its head on certain Utec cars. Most of the time I can get it out..


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Old 03-11-2004, 01:28 AM   #25
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What inlet pipe works with that. Surely the stocker doesn't stretch that far?
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