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Old 06-23-2018, 04:59 PM   #878
dev6565
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Member#: 424131
Join Date: Jun 2015
Chapter/Region: South East
Location: Clarksville, TN
Vehicle:
2006 WRX Limited
Aspen White

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2006 WRX Limited w/ 04 STI 6-speed swap
150343 miles at beginning of tune, original stock EJ255

Facility: Topspeed Motorsports Alpharetta, GA
Tuner: Taylor Leier
Temp: 83 degrees F
Altitude: 1135 ft
Type of Dyno: Dynojet Research
Tuning Strategy: Full speed density and flex fuel
Baseline #: Car was at 310whp/321ft lbs @17 psi on 92
octane according to a dyno chart from before I bought it.
Boost: 21psi peak and tapering
Fuel: Shell 93/E77
Target AFR: 11.2
SAE Corrections: STD Smoothing-5
Peak HP at RPM: 93 = [email protected] / E77 = [email protected]
Peak Torque at RPM: 93 = [email protected] / E77 = [email protected]

Mods:
• Cobb AP V3
• VF39 turbo
• Tial F38mm external wastegate
• Tial Q Bov
• Grimmspeed 3-port EBCS
• Cobb FMIC
• Perrin short ram intake
• Walbro 255
• TiTek catless downpipe straight back to Blitz Nur Spec axleback
• KSTech secondary air pump delete plates
• Cobb Flex Fuel kit
• IAG v2 fuel rails w/dampers
• IAG braided fuel lines
• IAG tgv housings
• Aeromotive adjustable fuel pressure regulator at 43 psi
• Cobb/ID1300 topfeed injectors
• Grimmspeed pnp intake manifold
• Omni 4 bar map sensor
• Cobb MAF delete plate
• GM IAT sensor



Comments: Cylinder 4 coilpack was showing its age and intermittently misfiring. Didn't get in the way of tuning so we pressed on but it'll need to be replaced. Also broke the welds on the turbo internal wastegate midway through a pull but we were able to wedge a screwdriver in the actuator arm to keep it shut and after that we had no more problems finishing up. Will get a bracket on that actuator this coming weekend to hold it shut but until then the janky screwdriver fix is holding solid!

Overall I've very impressed with the car and the little VF39! E really woke this thing up!

Yes of course I can see that the turbo is too small for this motor and it can't hold power up top but for now this is more than enough for me and has really freshened the car up. It's a lot of fun on the street and in the curves. Should be an excellent setup for autox.

Built shortblock, heads, and a bigger turbo (thinking about a Blouch Dom 1.5 XTR right now) are in the future when finances allow.
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Last edited by dev6565; 06-24-2018 at 02:36 PM.
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