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Old 05-18-2020, 05:04 PM   #7
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2013 Impreza WRX STi


Oh, and I figured I should probably get the mains pinned and the rotating assy balanced while the block is apart as well.
New full build list:

* ported and radiused oil galleys
* pinned mains
* Darton sleeves
* Cosworth forged pistons (99.75mm 8.2:1 CR)
* Pauter x-beam rods
* ARP 625 rod bolts
* OEM STi crank
* balanced rotating assy
* King Racing bearings
* Cosworth 11mm oil pump
* ARP 14mm head studs
* Killer B pickup
* Moroso deep sump aluminum oil pan
* Gates Racing Timing Belt Kit w/ water pump
* Comp Clutch Twin Disk Ceramic Kit (MCS + Flywheel)
* Full-Race ProStock 2-bolt header
* Moroso 4qt accumulator
* Electronic accumulator solenoid wired to the *RUN* circut

* GSC Stage 3 Billet Cams
* Manley Performance Pro Series valve springs and titanium retainers
* Manley Race flo +1mm intake valves
* Manley Race master +1mm exhaust valves
* GSC viton valve stem seals

* Borg Warner 83/74 turbo .83 a/r T3
* Full Race Rotated DP
* Full Race Turbo hardware kit
* Full Race Rotated UP
* UP inconel hardware kit
* Stock BW wastegate
* Stock BW BOV/CRV

* ETS 3.5" FMIC
* ETS Rotated Wrinkle Blk FMIC pipe kit
* TiAL Q Blow Off Valve Block Off Plate

* Cobb Fuel Pressure Sensor Kit
* Cobb Ethanol Sensor Kit
* FIC 2150cc top feed injectors
* IAG TGV Delete Housings
* Cobb AccessPort

I'm logging everything I can with the cobb AP (until I can get a Motec M5), but especially the torque output.
I plan to store that value, and pull/inspect/rebuild the engine based on the total accumulation of torque output and total starts.
I feel that this is the most accurate way of measuring engine wear across street driving, autox use, and track use.
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