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Old 09-11-2018, 12:45 PM   #226
DustySombrero
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I love the long writeups. I saw you post on Facebook and thought to myself “I can’t wait for the long NASIOC update”
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Old 09-14-2018, 03:40 PM   #227
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The patience you have....
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Old 09-19-2018, 10:50 PM   #228
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Love the idea of where you decided to run the meth.. I would have thought that is a bit too close? Love it man! wish fredrik had not sold his!! not many Sti swapped built fa20 machines out n about.. I moved to a zero corn area with 91.. I feel cali pain now, yet I will like the less snow part! PNW is where I moved to. BTW been running with MapDCCD with advanced VSS for 7k now (at least) lovin it, had to relearn how to corner as it just puts it down and grips on RE71R's.. I like how sleeper your car is with matte black! any #'s on performance yet?
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Old 09-21-2018, 12:25 AM   #229
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I love the long writeups. I saw you post on Facebook and thought to myself “I can’t wait for the long NASIOC update”
If you have any questions feel free to PM me, I'm always happy to help.

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The patience you have....
Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't


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Love the idea of where you decided to run the meth.. I would have thought that is a bit too close? Love it man! wish fredrik had not sold his!! not many Sti swapped built fa20 machines out n about.. I moved to a zero corn area with 91.. I feel cali pain now, yet I will like the less snow part! PNW is where I moved to. BTW been running with MapDCCD with advanced VSS for 7k now (at least) lovin it, had to relearn how to corner as it just puts it down and grips on RE71R's.. I like how sleeper your car is with matte black! any #'s on performance yet?
I could have offset the passenger side nozzles towards the firewall a little bit, driver side has no conflict. Have to cut away some of the foam covering the fuel lines, but nothing major.

I gathered 10+ people locally and secured a dyno. Mikey Botti is flying here near the end of October. I'll probably be around 450-500whp. Don't really want much more or the car becomes unbalanced and just becomes a straight line deal. The purpose of this build was an all-arounder and something I could learn new DIY skills on...I've definitely increased my skill set! The wiring was the hardest part cause I installed so many things at once. I was dealing with some issues with my gear indicator and come to, all my wiring was good, it was the Plug N Play harness from iWireServices...they had a "small batch" of connectors that had the pins reversed... LOL....was chasing the problem for a couple days and went through ALL my wiring...then got that e-mail back from them. Of course it's the one part of wiring I didn't do and trusted the #1 Subaru wiring site for. They owe me a beer.

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Old 10-21-2018, 02:46 AM   #230
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485whp/471tq mustang dyno at 27psi with my charge pipe blowing off at 5600rpm.

on the street i've been seeing 28-29psi...

mikey tuned on the dyno, sweetness!
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Old 10-21-2018, 12:31 PM   #231
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Congrats! I bet it rips
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Old 10-22-2018, 08:03 PM   #232
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That is truly awesome!
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Old 10-24-2018, 08:29 PM   #233
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i did a custom bead maker tool out of wire crimps dremeled a bit. put a bead on the pipe i had to custom fit to my turbo. i saw 29.9 psi today in 4th gear, this turbo is a little bit laggier than the 7064 i had, but holy **** it pack's it's real punch in 3rd/4th/5th. the thing just comes alive at the upper range like the other one didn't. come take a spin frederik.
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Old 10-27-2018, 01:42 AM   #234
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Beautiful build man! Love your interior!!
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Old 11-01-2018, 07:43 PM   #235
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thanks, it's my favorite part of the build.



1500 miles on the new engine now... man it's lots of fun with this boost.
i still have thoughts about putting the 7064 back on and getting some of the spool back, but i don't know if i can give up the way it pulls past 5k.

pretty sure i have all of the mechanical gremlins dialed out underneath the hood. i have all sorts of tiny adjustments with rubber spacers/zip ties/foam, etc. to get clearances and prevent metal to metal contact. custom build requires this kind of attention.

i have my new vinyl roll in (matte nardo grey), but just have been pretty lazy to get started. well, rather, just taking a break and enjoying the car for a bit before changing things up.
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