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Old 10-22-2014, 05:41 AM   #51
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Thanks mishi, I get paid Friday so hopefully the sale is still on.

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Old 10-23-2014, 05:20 PM   #52
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Yes, the pre-sale should still be live on Friday. I believe the plan is to officially release this product at some point next week, this is when the deal will expire.

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Old 10-23-2014, 05:32 PM   #53
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Are you going to release power increases before the official release? A few of us want to see gains before we commit to the presale.
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Old 10-24-2014, 05:45 PM   #55
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Old 10-25-2014, 10:29 AM   #56
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So what's the deal with a dyno plot? Need to see the gains before pulling the trigger.


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Old 10-27-2014, 03:05 PM   #58
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I just placed my order!
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Awesome! Thank you very much for the order.

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Sorry for the delay guys! We are halfway through our downpipe tunes, check out the results posted below.

Manual Transmission
Stock Output
210 whp / 227 wtq



CVT Transmission
Stock Output
215 whp / 234 wtq



As you can see, we still have some additional tunes to finish. We are about halfway through our downpipe tunes, we are hoping to complete these in the next few weeks. All of these numbers are available in the form of a plot, let me know if you would like to see any in particular. In an effort to reduce post size and confusion, I will not post up all plots. Instead, we have selected a few of the more popular/higher powered plots shown below.

Transmission: Manual
Fuel: 93 Octane
Intake: Mishimoto
Downpipe: Mishimoto Catted
Tune: Yes



Transmission: CVT
Fuel: 93 Octane
Intake: Mishimoto
Downpipe: Mishimoto Catted
Tune: Yes




Feel free to follow up with any particular plot requests!
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Old 10-27-2014, 08:43 PM   #59
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How about the plot for 93 octane, mishimoto intake, catless downpipe and a manual transmission?
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Old 10-27-2014, 08:49 PM   #60
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So down pipe with the intake is actually decreasing HP but increasing in torque compared to just the intake n tune 😔


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I would definitely sacrifice a couple hp for 60tq! Thats what makes a car fun! Thats freaking amazing! Unfortunately you guys waited about a week too long to post the numbers. I just scheduled surgery which I have to save up for. If I would have seen those numbers a couple weeks ago I would have given you a credit card number on the spot.

How do the plots differ with catted vs. no cat?

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Old 10-28-2014, 03:41 PM   #62
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Will there be a cat back system developed in addition to the downpipe? I'm very interested but just bought the Cobb AP. Is there some solution you can develop for the many Cobb AP users?
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Old 10-28-2014, 03:42 PM   #63
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I would definitely sacrifice a couple hp for 60tq! Thats what makes a car fun! Thats freaking amazing!
^ What he said! Dang! 63 wtq gain over the Intake and tune! Woot woot!

Torque is what we want peoples!

http://youtu.be/ol-XeSEk1sY

Excellent results Mishimoto peeps!

Quick question(s):

1) Any way you could give us a hint as to whether there is a substantial gain in hp and tq with an aftermarket cat-back, say, one that you fine folks may be developing at the moment? I'm curious as to how restrictive the factory cat-back actually is.

2) Any idea when the cat-back will be available? Even a super rough guestimate?

Thanks in advance!

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Old 10-28-2014, 04:13 PM   #64
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How about the plot for 93 octane, mishimoto intake, catless downpipe and a manual transmission?
As mentioned above, that tune is still being finalized. We will update our charts when the last 8 tunes become available.

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So down pipe with the intake is actually decreasing HP but increasing in torque compared to just the intake n tune ��

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Great question regarding the power output difference you see with our intake/tune compared with our intake, downpipe, and tune. We list the plots with the power outputs shown below.

Fuel: 93 Octane
Transmission: Manual

Mishimoto Intake, Mishimoto Tune (Black)
WHP: 282
WTQ: 249

Mishimoto Intake, Mishimoto Catted Downpipe, Mishimoto Tune (Orange)
WHP: 278
WTQ: 312

Now check out the plot for these two pulls!



As you can see, although peak horsepower is similar between the two plots, the downpipe plot is making HP over the entire RPM range. All of the plot numbers shown in the above charts are peak output numbers, which can be a bit misleading.

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I would definitely sacrifice a couple hp for 60tq! Thats what makes a car fun! Thats freaking amazing! Unfortunately you guys waited about a week too long to post the numbers. I just scheduled surgery which I have to save up for. If I would have seen those numbers a couple weeks ago I would have given you a credit card number on the spot.

How do the plots differ with catted vs. no cat?
Yes, the added torque makes a huge impact on how this car feels on the road, it really pulls quite hard now with the downpipe installed. Sorry we were running behind with the tunes. We spent some extra time on them to ensure we were getting the most out of our products, while maintaining safe AFRs.

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Of course, we are working on our cat-back system right now. Unfortunately, it is a bit early to provide a time estimation for release for that particular unit.

At this time, we do not have plans to provide tunes for AP users. Our current tunes only function with the EcuTek device. AP users can certainly get a pro-tune which should provide similar power output results.

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^ What he said! Dang! 63 wtq gain over the Intake and tune! Woot woot!

Torque is what we want peoples!

http://youtu.be/ol-XeSEk1sY

Excellent results Mishimoto peeps!

Quick question(s):

1) Any way you could give us a hint as to whether there is a substantial gain in hp and tq with an aftermarket cat-back, say, one that you fine folks may be developing at the moment? I'm curious as to how restrictive the factory cat-back actually is.

2) Any idea when the cat-back will be available? Even a super rough guestimate?

Thanks in advance!
Thanks for the kind words!

1. Being that we have not yet finalized our cat-back design, we cannot confirm any power output information with this component thrown into the mix. That being said, we did see some serious gains with a cat-back installed on a mostly stock 2015 6 speed, so we can assume it does provide improved flow. If I had to guess, we may see around an additional 5-15 whp/wtq with a cat-back system installed with our downpipe, intake, and tune.

2. As mentioned above, we are still too early in development of our cat-back exhaust to estimate a release time-frame. We still have a good bit of fabrication and testing to conduct. We should have a better idea within the next 2-3 weeks. We will keep you updated!

Thanks again for all of the comments and inquiries!
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Old 10-29-2014, 12:59 AM   #65
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Mishimoto - few questions (I'm seriously considering purchasing this week)

(1) will you provide those helpful youtube videos for DIY install (especially with those o2 sensors and bolts etc)?
(2) if you do nothing but install the downpipe to stock catback, will check engine light come on for the 6speed manual?
(3) Although not recommended without tune, can the wrx still be driven temporarily with the downpipe installed and no tune?
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(1) will you provide those helpful youtube videos for DIY install (especially with those o2 sensors and bolts etc)?
(2) if you do nothing but install the downpipe to stock catback, will check engine light come on for the 6speed manual?
(3) Although not recommended without tune, can the wrx still be driven temporarily with the downpipe installed and no tune?
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Thanks for considering our product!

1. Yes! Our team is just wrapping up the install video this week, it will be available as soon as we ship these units out.

2. Yes, it is very likely that a CEL will be triggered if you were to install this component on the factory tune. A tune is necessary when installing this product. Our provided tunes eliminate any CELs attributed to vehicle operation with this product.

3. As mentioned above, we do not recommend operating the vehicle without a tune specified for its use. While you should be okay moving the car around at low speed with our downpipe installed, any road use is highly discouraged.

Let us know if you have any additional questions!

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Old 10-29-2014, 06:30 PM   #67
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How does it sound? Does it change considerably? This torque figures look very tempting!!
I understand it pulls harder but I am guessing it also makes easier and smoother to drive at low rpms with that torque. Am I right?
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How does it sound? Does it change considerably? This torque figures look very tempting!!
I understand it pulls harder but I am guessing it also makes easier and smoother to drive at low rpms with that torque. Am I right?
Great question! The car sounds great with the downpipe installed, you really get a nice throaty tone. It also amplifies noise from the turbocharger when spooling and at idle. One thing to note, noise from the front and back seating is slightly different with this pipe installed. Rear seated passengers will experience a bit more noise than those sitting up front. This is not excessive, just something to note.

You are correct in assuming power is smooth. Our tune really helps with the power delivery. I personally spent around 50-75 miles in the car on both the highway and carving through some back-roads. I was extremely impressed with the feel of the car and smoothness through the entire rpm range. These simple modifications really wake up the FA20. Our tune also works to improve throttle feel, which is evident in any of the tunes we provide. Check out a video of our test vehicle with this downpipe installed, this should give you an idea of sound.


Ideally, we would like to put together a video of this car on the road. As soon as we can steal it away from our engineering team we should be able to do so. They have been working diligently on a cat-back design for the 15!

Thanks for the interest, let me know if you have any additional questions!

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I thought the car only has 2 O2 sensors but when looking your pics (post #36) it looks like there are 3 big and 1 small bungs. How many sensors are there and what's the small bung towards the front used for. Because there's no CAT I assume your tune disabled the engine code, but how will this contribute when you get emissions done? Is the censor just disabled and won't the emissions test pick this up and fail you when getting tested?.. Great thread by the way and love the sound of your CAI.


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I thought the car only has 2 O2 sensors but when looking your pics (post #36) it looks like there are 3 big and 1 small bungs. How many sensors are there and what's the small bung towards the front used for. Because there's no CAT I assume your tune disabled the engine code, but how will this contribute when you get emissions done? Is the censor just disabled and won't the emissions test pick this up and fail you when getting tested?.. Great thread by the way and love the sound of your CAI.

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Thanks for the interest and the kind words! The ports on the downpipe are easily explained.

The first two 02 sensor bungs function with the stock sensors. The last sensor further down the pipe is included for those who wish to add an additional wideband. For those not planning to add a wideband, we are including a plug to cap this port.The smaller bung is actually a threaded nut to mount a factory ground strap present on the stock pipe. We included all features from the stock unit.

You are correct in assuming our tunes will eliminate any CEL caused by the lack of converter. Emissions will vary from one state to another, it is likely to fail a tailpipe test of any sort with the catalytic converter removed.

Let us know if you have any additional questions!

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Thanks for the great insight. I'm not sure how far along you are with R&D of your down pipe w/ Cat & tune but do you know if you are throwing any CEL's? Emissions in CT they look for a disabled O2 sensor signal/ code.

Any estimate on when the pipe w/cat & tune will be released, pricing compared to the current pipe, hp/tq?
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Thanks for the great insight. I'm not sure how far along you are with R&D of your down pipe w/ Cat & tune but do you know if you are throwing any CEL's? Emissions in CT they look for a disabled O2 sensor signal/ code.

Any estimate on when the pipe w/cat & tune will be released, pricing compared to the current pipe, hp/tq?
No problem! Our tunes shown above eliminate any CEL related to the removal of the catalytic converter. In our product design, the converter has been moved downwards on the pipe compared to the stock unit. Because of this, the oxygen sensors will still read as if a converter was not in place. The catalytic converter is still effectively impacting emissions, and will pass a visual and/or tailpipe inspection. We cannot 100% confirm that this downpipe/tune combination will pass an OBD2 emissions test. That being said, as long as the readiness monitors are "ready", and a CEL code does not exist (none should exist related to our downpipe, as long as the tune is loaded), you should pass an OBD2 test as well.

The first page of this thread features a pre-sale link for the catted downpipe we are offering. It is available at a discounted price for the time being, $705.00 + shipping. I believe these are slated for an official release at some point within the next 1-2 weeks, at which point our pre-sale will be closed.

We currently have tunes available for the catted version of this downpipe when installed on a manual transmission equipped vehicle. We are working on the CVT (catted) downpipe tunes and hope to release these in the near future. Details regarding the tunes we currently have, and their respective power outputs can be found at the link below.

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Let us know if you have any additional questions!

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Old 11-04-2014, 11:51 AM   #73
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Old 11-04-2014, 01:47 PM   #74
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Correct, if you join our pre-sale now, your downpipe will ship out in 1-2 weeks. We are still finalizing some included hardware, once complete these kits will be ready to go!
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Old 11-07-2014, 01:43 PM   #75
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As always, everything is looking fantastic...sadly, me and money are on the outs at the moment so I will blow the opportunity like the intake.

Will you offer in the future like a package deal so that those who want your complete systems can save some money?

Looking forward to your Exhuast options even if from afar lol
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