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Old 10-11-2020, 12:43 AM   #1
BigZwatt
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Default ej205 VF48 ID1050x 338hp 302tq

I've been creeping the forums for a year or so this is my 1st thread <br />
Last year I bought a 2004 wrx wagon and the addiction to modding it started<br />
1st mods where: <br />
aluminum radiator<br />
Borla UEL headers<br />
intake <br />
downpipe<br />
Perrin EBCS Pro<br />
Sti blues <br />
Reverse cooling mod<br />
Cobb short shifter<br />
Coilovers <br />
Whiteline sway bars and endlinks<br />
Spc lateral links<br />
Mishimoto tmic<br />
Made 252hp and 280tq @18.5 psi<br />
It was fun and really opened up the stock setup . <br />
Exterior/interior mods started<br />
2014 wrx seats<br />
Cobb short shifter<br />
Peering pitch stop <br />
Perrin pulley cover <br />
Moroso expansion and res tank <br />
Sti shifter bezel <br />
Jdm sti headlights HIDs 55w ballasts <br />
6000k diode dynamics <br />
CF gas door <br />
CFmirrors <br />
CF sti hood scoop <br />
Last month 9/2020<br />
I had saved parts and went for the powa.<br />
IHI VF48 pnped 11 blade billet compressor wheel <br />
ID 1050X<br />
GM IAT <br />
HKS SSQV <br />
COBB 4 bar MAP sensor <br />
Killer B oil pick up <br />
Killer B windage tray<br />
STI oil pan<br />
Here are the lat st results <br />
[IMG]https://img.nasioc.com/i/l4Dw7.jpg[IMG]
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Old 10-12-2020, 11:36 AM   #2
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Nice results, love to see other wagons still with their 205!

Looks like you're all set to go for E85 when the time comes if you ever feel like it, although you may need a new pump.

I just got my wagon with an EJ205 tuned with a set of 1050Xs and a VF39 to around 20 PSI (my thread is near yours on the front page). Going from TD04 to a VF turbo is seriously life changing.

What duty cycle % do your injectors get up to when under full boost?

And for post formatting, I'd make sure your post looks exactly how you want it to because it looks like the picture isn't embedding correctly, I had a ton of trouble figuring out NASIOC formatting, I don't love how it's laid out...

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Old 10-20-2020, 02:40 AM   #3
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The formatting is troublesome to say the least especially on my phone. My duty is only 47.5 @ WOT . peak boost is 21 psi tapering down to 19.5 psi

I'm thinking about swapping out my clutch and gears forsomething beefier before going e85. I know penguin makes an e85 kit. What fuel pump would you recommend would an AEM 300 suffice ?
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Old 10-20-2020, 01:47 PM   #4
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Those seem like some strong numbers. Nicely done. Did miss your current fuel pump, what is it? Can you tell me more about the VF48, I know it's an OEM STI turbo but I'm not familiar with how they can be modded. Did you PnP it yourself? You changed the compressor wheel?
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Old 10-21-2020, 02:36 PM   #5
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Those seem like some strong numbers. Nicely done. Did miss your current fuel pump, what is it? Can you tell me more about the VF48, I know it's an OEM STI turbo but I'm not familiar with how they can be modded. Did you PnP it yourself? You changed the compressor wheel?
Check out http://hillcountryforcedinductions.com/

they specialize and rebuilding OEM turbos to better than OEM spec
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