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Old 02-25-2019, 12:00 PM   #3151
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So this entire setup cost less than a Blouch Stock location turbo, and far far less then an EFR setup.










Just got it fired up yesterday. Need to do my Meth and then I am done.
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Old 03-05-2019, 02:36 PM   #3152
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So this entire setup cost less than a Blouch Stock location turbo, and far far less then an EFR setup.

I just recently put together a similar set up for my car. Up pipe pedestal and Borg Warner s257sxe. I 100% agree on price....this whole thing cost less than my new 16g xtr did. The non-efr Borgís are priced really well.

Currently Iím just on a stock ej205 at 20 psi. Hopefully Iíll be getting a built block in there soon and run 25-30 psi.





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Old 03-05-2019, 09:18 PM   #3153
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Looking great man.

If you're handy with a welder and don't mine an few extra couplers if you cant make the boost piping work then this is easily one of the best routes to go.
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Old 03-05-2019, 10:47 PM   #3154
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I just recently put together a similar set up for my car. Up pipe pedestal and Borg Warner s257sxe. I 100% agree on price....this whole thing cost less than my new 16g xtr did. The non-efr Borgís are priced really well.

Currently Iím just on a stock ej205 at 20 psi. Hopefully Iíll be getting a built block in there soon and run 25-30 psi.





How is spool compared to the 16G-XTR?
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Old 03-06-2019, 08:53 PM   #3155
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How is spool compared to the 16G-XTR?

Itís definitely laggier, but thats expected going from a 38 to 65 lbs per min turbo on a 2.0 engine. Itís really not too bad though. I do have a 0.63 housing, so that helps. Havenít really done any work for spool and low end stuff in the tune yet, so itís hard to compare.
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Old 03-06-2019, 09:28 PM   #3156
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Itís definitely laggier, but thats expected going from a 38 to 65 lbs per min turbo on a 2.0 engine. Itís really not too bad though. I do have a 0.63 housing, so that helps. Havenít really done any work for spool and low end stuff in the tune yet, so itís hard to compare.
Do you have a dyno chart or Virtual dyno or log you can post?
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Old 03-07-2019, 02:14 PM   #3157
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I just recently put together a similar set up for my car. Up pipe pedestal and Borg Warner s257sxe. I 100% agree on price....this whole thing cost less than my new 16g xtr did. The non-efr Borgís are priced really well.

Currently Iím just on a stock ej205 at 20 psi. Hopefully Iíll be getting a built block in there soon and run 25-30 psi.





glad to see my old hotside getting some use instead of sitting around!
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Old 03-11-2019, 04:38 PM   #3158
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Finally was able to hit the dyno on my new build. Specs and dyno sheet below.

2006 STi. 78k Miles

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Full-Race V-band downpipe
Full-Race Up-pipe
ID1050X
AEM 320
Cobb Flex Fuel
IAG TGV Deletes
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KSTech CAI
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Aeromotive FPR
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93 Octane: 352whp/350wtq
E85: 450whp/477wtq

This is a purpose built street/autocross setup, so the goal was neck breaking torque and as close to OEM spool as possible. This car hits hard, and spools faster than stock. Johnson Tuning did all of the map work on the Fathouse Fabrications dyno in Indiana.


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Old 03-12-2019, 04:27 PM   #3159
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RESULTS ARE IN:

BW S362SX-E w/ .82 a/r
on E60 on a mustang dyno

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Old 05-05-2019, 03:14 PM   #3160
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borg S300SXE T3 housing .82AR

Using CarBerry Rom on a Mustang Dyno (don't have a stock baseline for comparison)

93 Octane: 450/380 @21psi

E75: 650/560 @37psi




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Old 05-05-2019, 08:20 PM   #3161
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Well I still havenít got the dyno with my 257sxe , fully built and closed deck 2.5 sti swapped 2.5 rs. (Full list will come with my dyno numbers)
Should have some number on E85 early this summer. All nice numbers guys!



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Old 05-06-2019, 11:45 AM   #3162
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I <3 GC/GM cars
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Old 05-08-2019, 07:53 AM   #3163
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Your built is a 2.5?

Very nice.

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borg S300SXE T3 housing .82AR

Using CarBerry Rom on a Mustang Dyno (don't have a stock baseline for comparison)

93 Octane: 450/380 @21psi

E75: 650/560 @37psi



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Old 05-14-2019, 06:40 PM   #3164
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I <3 GC/GM cars


Me too lol
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Old 05-15-2019, 08:58 PM   #3165
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Ignore this and move along.

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Old 05-21-2019, 11:17 PM   #3166
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Facility: SDR Performance
Type of Dyno: Mustang
Tuner: jaz TUNING
Boost: 26 psi
Fuel:E85
Target AFR: 12:1 (gas referenced)
SAE Corrections: CORRECTED (unforgiving calibration)
Peak HP: 367
Peak Torque 367


2005 STi - 41k Miles
Manley A/B drop-ins and head studs on new short block
EFR 6758, ETS TMIC, 3" TBE



Unforgiving power @ 50 and weight...



Compared to: https://i.imgur.com/pGcMzrf.jpg from https://forums.nasioc.com/forums/sho....php?t=2799707, which made roughly the same power on gas and 5-6 PSI less. My MAF was registering 420ish g/s.




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Old 05-22-2019, 08:25 PM   #3167
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Meh, still looks like a fun DD.
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Old 05-27-2019, 09:15 AM   #3168
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Event: Dyno
Location: Airboy Tuning
Temperature: 70.00 F
Elevation: 3600 feet


Car: 2011 WRX Hatch
Tuner: Sunny @ Airboy Tunning
Dyno: Dyno Dynamics
Peak HP: 415 AWHP on 94+Meth / 365 AWHP on 94
Peak Tq: 415 ftlbs on 94+Meth / 360 ftlbs on 94
Target AFR: 11.4
Stock STI: 220 AWHP / 220 ftlbs
Target Boost: 26psi 94+Meth/21psi 94oct


Notable Mods:
Turbo - Borg Warner s257SX-E with a T3 single scroll 0.63 Hotside
Built Motor
40mm Turbosmart Wastegate
IAG Fuel Rails
DW65c Pump
ID1000's
Tomei ELH
Turbo Kit.com Rotated Turbo Pedestal
FMIC
Catless 3in Exhaust
Aeromotive FPR
Speed Density Tune

Dyno reads very low, and as all of you know it is just a tool. We stopped at 26psi because my crappy tires were deflecting a lot under load (it was seen under wheel speed on the dyno and it was not even close to linear) so we weren't seeing much more gains as we turned it up, it also could be the reason why the numbers appear low. For what its worth on pump gas I hit 385g/s this morning and on meth I've hit 445g/s now.




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Old 05-31-2019, 09:07 AM   #3169
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Just for craps and giggles. Here is a virtual dyno run in 4th gear with the meth turned on. Ambient temp was 88F. Note the AFR, my DW65c can't keep up on the top end, I have an AEM 320 going. Thank goodness for Differential Fuel Pressure.

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Old 05-31-2019, 09:48 PM   #3170
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Event: Dyno
Location: Airboy Tuning
Temperature: 70.00 F
Elevation: 3600 feet


Car: 2011 WRX Hatch
Tuner: Sunny @ Airboy Tunning
Dyno: Dyno Dynamics
Peak HP: 415 AWHP on 94+Meth / 365 AWHP on 94
Peak Tq: 415 ftlbs on 94+Meth / 360 ftlbs on 94
Target AFR: 11.4
Stock STI: 220 AWHP / 220 ftlbs
Target Boost: 26psi 94+Meth/21psi 94oct


Notable Mods:
Turbo - Borg Warner s257SX-E with a T3 single scroll 0.63 Hotside
Built Motor
40mm Turbosmart Wastegate
IAG Fuel Rails
DW65c Pump
ID1000's
Tomei ELH
Turbo Kit.com Rotated Turbo Pedestal
FMIC
Catless 3in Exhaust
Aeromotive FPR
Speed Density Tune

Dyno reads very low, and as all of you know it is just a tool. We stopped at 26psi because my crappy tires were deflecting a lot under load (it was seen under wheel speed on the dyno and it was not even close to linear) so we weren't seeing much more gains as we turned it up, it also could be the reason why the numbers appear low. For what its worth on pump gas I hit 385g/s this morning and on meth I've hit 445g/s now.



That reads low? I hit around the same g/s a second and the dyno I was on spit out 367whp.
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