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Old 08-16-2020, 10:37 PM   #1
karlknaupp
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Default 2019 Sti stock motor FP Black

Its been a few years since ive made a post on here, back from my 2004 wrx days..

Currently gathering all my parts to install in september. Going to be pushing the stock motor to its upper limits with fp black on e85.

Parts that i have gathered so far:

Fp Black 10cm with fp inlet
Radium dual pump hanger with aem 340 pumps
Torque Solutions fuel rails and lines, tgv deletes, cyl 4 cooling, air pump delete
Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator
Injector Dynamics 1700cc inj
Cobb flex fuel, fuel pressure, AOS, AP, Intake
ETS FMIC with air temp sensor
Omni 4 bar MAP
Invidia dp with spt catback
Vibrant -8 feed line and -6 return line, inline fuel filter
Kartboy shifter and all bushings
Grimmspeed Up-pipe w tial 38mm wg
iWire Fuel Pump Controller Hardwire Kit for Radium - Double Pump
MikeyTuned

Ill come back once i have everything installed and update.
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Old 08-17-2020, 01:10 AM   #2
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sounds like an AWESOME set up!
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Old 09-17-2020, 10:16 AM   #3
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I like it! I'm on the same route except using a FP Red on my 20 STI, everything being installed as we speak just waiting now for completion lol
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Old 10-10-2020, 02:19 PM   #4
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My first post so go easy on me.

I purchased a 2018 STI limited without an engine. I bought a stock 2019 engine with 8k miles to replace the missing one. The car came with Twin Scroll Dom 3 XT-R, TS Tomei headers and TS downpipe. I also have E85 fueling upgrades (pump, lines, ID1300, rails etc and EMTRON ECU. I've been told by tuner the Dom 3 is to big for stock engine. I was looking at TS Dom 1.5 to replace it but reading this post I question my decision since both the FP Red and FP black are larger turbos. I'd appreciate some feed back from both you guys.

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Old 10-10-2020, 02:50 PM   #5
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My first post so go easy on me.

I purchased a 2018 STI limited without an engine. I bought a stock 2019 engine with 8k miles to replace the missing one. The car came with Twin Scroll Dom 3 XT-R, TS Tomei headers and TS downpipe. I also have E85 fueling upgrades (pump, lines, ID1300, rails etc and EMTRON ECU. I've been told by tuner the Dom 3 is to big for stock engine. I was looking at TS Dom 1.5 to replace it but reading this post I question my decision since both the FP Red and FP black are larger turbos. I'd appreciate some feed back from both you guys.

I can give you the Dom 1.5 perspective. It's an especially great turbo on flex fuel, with exceptional spool and very good on the top end. You could get a nice 350 - 400whp on flex, if this is your goal.What are your goals?
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Old 10-10-2020, 05:32 PM   #6
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I can give you the Dom 1.5 perspective. It's an especially great turbo on flex fuel, with exceptional spool and very good on the top end. You could get a nice 350 - 400whp on flex, if this is your goal.What are your goals?
Thanks Dave.

I know when people ask for a "goal" they expect a number. My first goal is to not blow up the engine. I am also looking for a perky setup with a broad flat torque curve.

I know the bigger you go with turbos the narrower the torque gets. It helps the bigger turbo helps starve off detonation since I will run mostly 91oct. So my "goal" is to go big enough to help 91 but small enough to keep good response and let the numbers fall where they will within limits of 2019 block. I'd also be willing to trade some torque for top end HP. Love the way a big cam NA engine revs out. I want similar personality out of the STI. I am a road racer hence the preferences.
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Old 10-10-2020, 07:46 PM   #7
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Thanks Dave.

I know when people ask for a "goal" they expect a number. My first goal is to not blow up the engine. I am also looking for a perky setup with a broad flat torque curve.

I know the bigger you go with turbos the narrower the torque gets. It helps the bigger turbo helps starve off detonation since I will run mostly 91oct. So my "goal" is to go big enough to help 91 but small enough to keep good response and let the numbers fall where they will within limits of 2019 block. I'd also be willing to trade some torque for top end HP. Love the way a big cam NA engine revs out. I want similar personality out of the STI. I am a road racer hence the preferences.
Honestly you could do nothing and it will blow up. If that is a concern, save for a block first no? Rather then spend xxxx on a big turbo that wont be tuned to its potential due to the concerns
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