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Old 08-13-2018, 05:02 PM   #51
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Just wondering how the AUS injectors are working so far?

Thinking about getting a set myself.
Flawless, tuner was also impressed by the low latency. I really believe these are the same exact injectors the big names use but mark way up since their sticker is on it.
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Old 08-28-2018, 05:35 PM   #52
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I guess I'd also like to chime in as well.
Spun a bearing in my 06 sti. Made the decision to make a tad more power. It has hard to find any hard evidence reviews of the arashi turbos, minus a few Evo X posts I had found (all positive though) decided to pull the trigger.

I wanted something that was good for daily driving, but also had enough for up top as well. I REALLY wanted to break 400whp too.

I decided on the td06 20g 10cm2 w/billet wheel upgrade. Also has the grf housing (for better fitment onto the intercooler coupler)

My build consists of:
Perrin wing stiffies
Power stop z26 drilled and slotted brake kit
Act streetlite flywheel
Act xtss clutch kit
Cobb front and rear shifter linkage bushings
Group n poly transmission mount
Perrin front sway bar endlinks
Hks hi-power full catless turbo back
2013 sti tmic
Perrin turbo inlet
Perrin 3 port BCS
Spt Intake
IAG AOS street ( installed at 175,6xx)
Gimmick Silicon rad hoses
Flatout suspension sr52 coilovers
Cobb v3 accessport
Cobb 1000cc injectors
Aeromotive 340lph (installed at 176k)
Aem wideband
Prosport oil pressure & boost gauge
Tuned on 91 & e85 by Eric at Torqued performance
293/315 on mustang dyno (91 octane before rebuild)
Iag stage 2 short block
ARP head studs
Tigwerks oil pickup
Iag wrist pin and cover seal kit
Tial MVS 38mm external wastegate
CNT EWG uppipe and dump tube
Iag top feed fuel rail kit and braided fuel lines
Side feed tgv deletes
Arashi Td06 20g 10cm2 w/billet wheel upgrade
Perrin 4 bar map sensor
Iag billet timing belt guide (red)
Port matched heads, tgvs, intake manifold
Ebay billet oil fill cap
PTP Red turbo blanket

I feel like this is the RIGHT turbo for the 2.5L.. It has what I feel like is even better daily drivability than stock turbo (it hits 3-5psi of boost before 3k rpm, and 21psi at 4k) and pulls 21 all the way to about 6k tapering to 18.5 on 91 octane. (not completely finished with the tune either)

So far I'm about 1500 miles into the new motor/setup and it's been fantastic all the way so Far.

I'll see if I can get a link up to for an album for those who are interested.


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https://photos.app.goo.gl/TjbKNp88aBKSPzdWA

Here's the link for some pictures I've compiled from my rebuild. Car has NOT seen any dyno time yet.

Currently finishing my tune on 91 with Eric minehart from Torqued performance.

Will be going e85 after that hoping to make ~360on 91, and 400+ on e85.

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Old 09-04-2018, 12:51 PM   #53
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Nice soda can bro
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Old 10-19-2018, 11:20 AM   #54
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Any update on your turbo? My TD05H-18g 7cm^2 is coming today and I'm probably going to delay installation until I have time to tow it to a tuner. My coworker said that I can run the Cobb FP18 map as a temp map to get to the Yimi Sport Tuning, but I'm not going to risk that (he's blown his EJ257 before from overboost) and rather have AAA tow me there instead of towing me to a mechanic.

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Old 10-21-2018, 10:46 AM   #55
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Any update on your turbo? My TD05H-18g 7cm^2 is coming today and I'm probably going to delay installation until I have time to tow it to a tuner. My coworker said that I can run the Cobb FP18 map as a temp map to get to the Yimi Sport Tuning, but I'm not going to risk that (he's blown his EJ257 before from overboost) and rather have AAA tow me there instead of towing me to a mechanic.
What is your current set up? I installed my 750ccs last and the morning before the tune I flashed an oem map the only change was to pull back the duty cycle for the new larger injectors to make it driveable, no other changes and it started right up. I just drove it very easily and stayed out of boost and it drove fine.

Save that AAA tow if you can, especially if you only get 2 free tows per year, I am glad I drove myself there because I ended up using the free tow home after my ecu bricked on dyno.

Almost forgot, you may need to change injector latency values also to make it driveable to the dyno. This is all assuming you are coming from oem injectors and use opensource to tune.
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Old 10-21-2018, 12:08 PM   #56
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I cant wait to get one of the new arashi journal bearing stock location 3071r turbos for my other ej205. Ive put 8k miles on my arashi 18g and hit 24psi multiple times a day and it hasnt shown any signs of slowing down.
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Old 10-21-2018, 07:41 PM   #57
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I cant wait to get one of the new arashi journal bearing stock location 3071r turbos for my other ej205. Ive put 8k miles on my arashi 18g and hit 24psi multiple times a day and it hasnt shown any signs of slowing down.
Very happy with mine too, Arashi is good shizzz...made in Taiwan is NOT the same thing as made in China.
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Old 10-23-2018, 02:23 PM   #58
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What is your current set up? I installed my 750ccs last and the morning before the tune I flashed an oem map the only change was to pull back the duty cycle for the new larger injectors to make it driveable, no other changes and it started right up. I just drove it very easily and stayed out of boost and it drove fine.

Save that AAA tow if you can, especially if you only get 2 free tows per year, I am glad I drove myself there because I ended up using the free tow home after my ecu bricked on dyno.

Almost forgot, you may need to change injector latency values also to make it driveable to the dyno. This is all assuming you are coming from oem injectors and use opensource to tune.
I'm currently on the stock 06 injectors which are ~565cc (I know it's a 2.0L subforum). I'm probably going to limit power potential by keeping them stock for now, but everything else I have is an 04 STI TMIC, Perrin turbo inlet, DC Sports short ram intake, CNT catted downpipe, HKS Sport exhaust, Grimmspeed EBCS, Cobb OTS Stage 2, and a Walbro 255lph fuel pump.

On a side note about the "mysterious eBay turbo," I emailed Arashi support asking them about the CHRA manufacturer, and they responded saying that it's made in-house by Arashi in Japan.

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