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Old 10-04-2011, 09:46 AM   #1
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Join Date: Jul 2004
Chapter/Region: MWSOC
Location: Grand Rapids, MI
2011 STi Sedan
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Default 2011 STi Stage2 OTS mapping, 12.4's

Event: Quarter mile
Location: Mid-Michigan Motorplex, Stanton Michigan
Ambient Temp: 46.4 degrees Fahrenheit
Elevation: 919'
Weather: Slight tailwind, 66% humidity
Track and Conditions: Well prepped asphalt
Tires: Stock
Car: 2011 WRX Sti sedan
Tuner: Cobb AP, Stage 2+SF, 93 octane v3.0 OTS tune
Dyno Info: N/A
Transmission: 6 speed, factory gearset
Gear: 1st - 4th used (could have shifted into 5th)
Peak HP at RPM:
Peak Torque at RPM:
Baseline hp/tq for a stock on same dyno:
Target Boost: 19.5
Target AFR:
Fuel: 93 octane pump gas from local BP station, 1/4 tank
Engine/Power Modifications: Cobb catted DP, Cobb SF intake & airbox, STOCK exhaust
Driveline Modifications: NONE
Suspension Modifications: NONE
Other Modifications: Removed factory subwoofer & spare tire

2 weeks ago at the same track I ran a 13.3 stock as a baseline. At just under 1000 miles on the odometer I installed the stage 2 parts and tuning from Cobb. I went back to the track to see the difference and made the following passes. These were the 3 best slips of the day out of 7 passes. The slowest pass of the day being a 12.7 due to a bad launch. The best pass being a 12.42 @ 109.44mph with a 1.686 60'

I am extremely impressed how fast this car has gone with little mods and OTS tuning. In the spring I plan to get the car pro tuned and possibly put in a clutch more suited for drag racing. I am 100% sure low 12's are possible with some more passes and a pro tune

DCCD was in auto
T/C was off
Shift points were 6100rpm
Launches were around 5800 rpms
Did not shift out of 4th gear, probably could have yielded higher trap speeds if I did but was shooting for lower E.T's. I was around 6500rpm through the lights.

Video of the 12.44 run will be posted soon!

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