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Old 01-12-2018, 04:04 PM   #1
xluben
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Default xluben's 2010 Subaru STI | PTE 6466 | E85 @ 38PSI | 608WHP / 583WTQ |



Event: Dyno Tuning
Location: JM Automotive, Osseo, MN
Ambient Temp: ~55F
Elevation: ~900ft
Weather: Cold Outside
Tires: 215/55R17 Hankook Winter Tires with Konig Hypergram 17x8" +35 Wheels

Car: 2010 Subaru STI
Tuner: Devin @ JM Automotive
Dyno Info: Dyno Dynamics @ JM Automotive
Transmission: OEM STI 6 Speed
Gear: 4th
Peak HP at RPM: 608 WHP @ 6k-7.5k RPM
Peak Torque at RPM: 583 WTQ @ 5000 RPM
Baseline hp/tq for a stock on same dyno: 220 WHP / 218 WTQ (Stock STI)
Shootout Mode: 767 WHP / 720 WTQ (Similar to Dynojet)
Target Boost: 38psi
Target AFR: 11's
Fuel: E85



608 WHP / 583 WTQ



Shootout Mode: 767 WHP / 720 WTQ (Similar to Dynojet)

Full Build Thread:

https://forums.nasioc.com/forums/sho....php?t=2855524

Engine:
  • IAG Closed Deck 2.5L Case
  • IAG Pinnned Mains
  • IAG Cylinder O-Rings
  • IAG 14mm Head Studs
  • OEM Subaru Crank
  • Cosworth Head Gaskets
  • Manley 99.75mm Pistons
  • Manley Turbo Tuff I Beam Rods
  • King Rod and Main Bearings
  • OEM 2010 STI Heads
  • BC Stage 3 (280) DAVCS Camshafts
  • BC Stock Size Valves
  • GSC Beehive Springs w/Retainers
  • Aluminati Solid Billet Motor Mounts
Intake/Exhaust/Fuel:
  • Precision 6466 Turbo
  • MAPerformance 4-1 EL Header
  • FobiaFab Gate Dump on Header Secondary
  • TurboSmart 40mm HP EWG (35psi)
  • ETS Rotated Uppipe and Downpipe
  • Invidia Q300 Catback
  • ETS 4" Intake and Filter
  • ETS 3.5" FMIC Kit
  • TurboSmart Race Port BOV
  • Radium Dual Pump Hanger
  • Dual AEM 50-1200 E85 320LPH Pumps
  • -8AN Fuel Feed Lines
  • -6AN Fuel Return Lines
  • ID1700cc Injectors
  • IAG Fuel Line Kit
  • Aluminati Billet TGV Deletes
  • Aluminati Billet Fuel Rails
  • TurboSmart FPR 1200
Drivetrain/Transmission
  • Stock STI 6 Speed
  • Kartboy Short Shifter
  • Anarchy Motive Shift Knob
  • Aluminati Solid Billet Tranny Mount
  • Aluminati Solid Billet Pitch Stop Mount
  • ACT HD Pressure Plate
  • ACT 4 Puck Disk

E85 tune completed at JM Auto. The car made 608WHP and 583WTQ at 38psi on their dyno. It is known to be low reading, so the "Shootout Mode" numbers are used as a reference to the local Dynojet. The numbers aren't too important to me as long as the trap speeds are there. Overall the power seems to be holding great and is about where I would expect based on the boost and fuel.





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Old 01-12-2018, 05:28 PM   #2
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How do you like the maperformance header? just bought mine but haven't got it on yet
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Old 01-12-2018, 05:47 PM   #3
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Why didn't you have NF tune this one? Going to keep power at this level?
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Old 01-12-2018, 07:51 PM   #4
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what gen 6466?
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Old 01-13-2018, 12:30 AM   #5
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How do you like the maperformance header? just bought mine but haven't got it on yet
It fit great and it seems to be working well. Honestly didn't really seem to add much on the stock turbo setup, but I may have been limited by intake or TMIC. But on this setup it is really holding the top end well. Power is flat all the way to redline with no drop off.

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Why didn't you have NF tune this one? Going to keep power at this level?
NF is no longer tuning cars. JM is only a few miles from me, specializes in Subaru's, and has an AWD dyno. It's a good match and they've been good to work with so far. Power will stay at this point. The parts were all sized for this level (pumps, injectors, turbo, etc). Trying to avoid breaking driveline parts, but it will probably happen anyways.

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what gen 6466?
Gen 2. The 6466 was only ever offered with the Gen 2 configuration.
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Old 01-13-2018, 12:32 AM   #6
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Tried to make a speedo video, but it wouldn't hook. Need to get some warmer weather.

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Old 01-13-2018, 12:33 AM   #7
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Old 01-13-2018, 11:35 AM   #8
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Default xluben's 2010 Subaru STI | PTE 6466 | E85 @ 38PSI | 608WHP / 583WTQ |

Looks like a complete build! Do you feel the injector size is pushing its limits or are the IDCs reasonable (you have a bunch of other fueling mods). This is very cool! Damn that power curve is so flat. In your opinion is this because of the rotated setup or cams mostly?

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Old 01-14-2018, 09:30 AM   #9
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Gheesh looks good and reliable.
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Old 01-14-2018, 07:25 PM   #10
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Hot damn I need to make more money haha
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Old 01-15-2018, 12:15 PM   #11
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Geeeeeeezzzzz, and those numbers on snow tires, so they'll only go up!

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Looking good! I need to go for a ride!
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Old Yesterday, 10:00 AM   #13
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Looks like a complete build! Do you feel the injector size is pushing its limits or are the IDCs reasonable (you have a bunch of other fueling mods). This is very cool! Damn that power curve is so flat. In your opinion is this because of the rotated setup or cams mostly?
The fuel system is the limit. Pumps and injectors are basically maxed out. Which one depends on where the fuel pressure is set to.

The header, rotated setup, and cams all seem to be working well to hold power up top. The top end looks a lot flatter than my 2002 WRX setup ever did (no drop off).

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Hot damn I need to make more money haha
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Gheesh looks good and reliable.
Thanks! Hopefully it lasts...

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Looking good! I need to go for a ride!
Yes, someday for sure!
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Old Yesterday, 10:01 AM   #14
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Small updates since the original post (not power related).

Kirkey seat mock up.



Impreza scoopless hood installed.

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Old Yesterday, 11:44 AM   #15
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what oil pump did you use?

great results, I need to put up my dyno/build sheet at some point. I emulated your 6266 setup and made 543whp on a dyno dynamics.

how is the 4 puck?
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Old Yesterday, 12:50 PM   #16
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what oil pump did you use?

great results, I need to put up my dyno/build sheet at some point. I emulated your 6266 setup and made 543whp on a dyno dynamics.

how is the 4 puck?
11mm OEM oil pump. That sounds like a good result on the 6266.

I prefer the solid disc compared to the sprung (6 puck) disc. It's definitely touchy either way, but I like the quick shifts the lighter disc can provide and seems to have less chatter than the sprung (puck style) discs.
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Old Yesterday, 08:35 PM   #17
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Your posts are a wealth of knowledge! Going back to fueling : you think other than injectors this setup would not be enough to hit 700ish whp (irrespective of turbo size)? If so what would you add? It looks pretty complete aside for small injector size (small for future applications, it clearly works great now)
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Old Yesterday, 09:21 PM   #18
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How and where are your feed and return lines run??

Nice set up!
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