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Old 12-18-2012, 01:08 AM   #1
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Join Date: Sep 2010
Chapter/Region: NESIC
Location: Rhode Island
2005 WRX STI


Subaru WRX STI
WRB W/bbs
110,000 miles
Full interior and completely stock exterior
Currently 225/45/17 Bridgestone Blizzaks until the build is completely done

I bought this car completely stock with the intention of building it into a reliable, high powered weekend car. My daily driver is a stock 2013 WRX hatchback PB.

Our first successful dyno run was in September/October. It was the day or the first New England snow event (32F)

This car(as well as every Subaru I have owned) has been tuned by Matt Miner at Wicked Innovation.

The car was dyno tuned at Dynotech in seekonk, Ma. They use a mustang dyno.

I'm sure I'm forgetting some but at the time of the Dyno run the modifications were as follows:
Wiseco pistons
Manley rods
Arp head studs
Killer B pick up/plate
ACL bearings
Oem Nitrited crankshaft
Oem gasket kit
Oem case bolts
Oem timing belt kit

Perrin rotated GTX3076R kit
Perrin EQL headers
Perrin Fmic kit
Kstech 86mm rotated intake
Invidia G200 exhaust

Wicked parallel fuel kit(aeromotive reg, lines, fittings etc)
Top feed TGV housings with Kstech delete kit
Aeromotive 340lph pump
1000cc injectors
NGK Iridiums
Premium unleaded- 93 octane

Crawford AOS V2
ACT HDR4 clutch kit
STRI gauge set up/Ati pod
Grimmspeed hybrid ebcs
Aem 3.5bar map sensor
Map sensor adapter
Tial 44mm wastegate
A/c delete

Had a vacuum leak the day of the dyno(fitting on the waste gate was loose)

Car made 455/415 on 27 psi peak from 4300-7000

With a heavier waste gate spring and a few more adjustments the car should make another 20-30 more ft lbs of torque and some more hp as well. Haven't decided on meth injection yet, to reach my 500hp goal.

I will keep this updated! More details to come over winter . Thanks for viewing!
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