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Old 04-16-2008, 02:51 PM   #1
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Default FULL-RACE 40R kit ~495whp on 91 oct no meth

Just got my 2007 sti tuned at Mavrik Motorsports in Fullerton, CA a few weeks back.

I opted for the full-race.com twin-scroll GT40R kit. The car put down 396awhp (~495awhp dynojet) on 91 octane-19psi boost and 461awhp (~576awhp) on 100 octane pump-27psi boost. This was on a mainline dyno which has been verified to be 20% less than a DynoJet!

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Boost hits approx 18-19psi by 4400rpm and power comes on very linear. The power is VERY streetable.

Quality is top notch and fitment was excellent.






ENGINE MODS:

- Cosworth long block
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I am currently installing a full-race GT35R for comparisons. I will also be comparing the full-race intercooler setup vs. the APS 725. Check back soon
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Old 04-16-2008, 03:11 PM   #2
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It made 395, not 495, you said that yourself. Why would you title the thread with '495 hp'?

I know that's an awesome setup, but don't misrepresent. And a Dynojet is NOT realistic. Sorry to be an ass but I don't back the 'correction factor' if you will.

Why did you decide on such a massive turbo on pump gas, why not maybe a 35R on race gas, or 30R on race gas/methanol? Just curious. That thing has some serious potential man, I'll bet it's a blast
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Old 04-16-2008, 03:11 PM   #3
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Nice choice of Longblock

I'd like to see the numbers on a Dynojet vs the Mainline not just the assumption of a 20% gain. Great looking setup.
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Old 04-16-2008, 03:36 PM   #4
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how do you get passed a smog ref with that..?
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Old 04-16-2008, 04:33 PM   #5
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Why did you decide on such a massive turbo on pump gas, why not maybe a 35R on race gas, or 30R on race gas/methanol? Just curious. That thing has some serious potential man, I'll bet it's a blast

Probably because it's got a cosworth longblock. That engine would spit on a 30r and give a wedgie to a 35r. Hell, it just barely respects that 40r. Heck, full boost (on pump) at 4400? Why would you want anything smaller???

OP: Congrats on a sick setup. I'll bet its a blast. Have top speed make you an intake mani and see what that mofo will do on race gas!
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Old 04-16-2008, 04:38 PM   #6
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Probably because it's got a cosworth longblock. That engine would spit on a 30r and give a wedgie to a 35r. Hell, it just barely respects that 40r. Heck, full boost (on pump) at 4400? Why would you want anything smaller???

OP: Congrats on a sick setup. I'll bet its a blast. Have top speed make you an intake mani and see what that mofo will do on race gas!

Ya, I noticed he had the longblock, that certainly changes things, including making me jealous! I wasn't knocking him, just asking.
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Old 04-16-2008, 04:55 PM   #7
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what are you running for engine management? Hydra?
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Old 04-16-2008, 04:55 PM   #8
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You didn't dyno on a Dynojet, so don't give us that bull****. I hate this forum for promoting e-dick bragging. Ridiculous.
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Old 04-16-2008, 04:57 PM   #9
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You didn't dyno on a Dynojet, so don't give us that bull****. I hate this forum for promoting e-dick bragging. Ridiculous.
Tough crowd in here
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Old 04-16-2008, 04:57 PM   #10
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Yeah, this dyno is a heart breaker for sure..

(2004 STi) With my FP Green Setup (7cm), Maddad Header, UR UP with 44mm EWG, TGV Deletes, APS 70mm Intake, Aquamist HFS-5 Meth injection, Prodrive BCS, APS DP and Test Pipe bolted to a Maddad Whisper Catback, Stock STi TMIC.

I was tuned on a Dynapack at Church Automotive and I put down 340whp /340 ft lbs of tq @ 18psi on a conservative tune without meth.

With meth I put down 380whp / 404 ft lbs of tq @ 24psi. At this time, my meth was wired incorrectly (thanks to myself..) so, it was only pumping my IDC which was 78% capacity.

I went for a re-tune at Mavriks a couple months later, because I fixed my meth injection and I put down 290whp / 290 ft lbs of tq without meth, and then with meth I put down 320whp / 340 ft lbs of tq.

Getting re-tuned soon with a bigger WG spring, APS BPV and APS 725 FMIC .
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Old 04-16-2008, 05:03 PM   #11
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wow, awesome numbers. I bet it rips!

I can't wait to see what the 35r and full race i/c make.

I know this sounds dumb, but do you have any sound clips of the car? I've only heard one car with full-race and I didn't like the sound the equal length headers gave the car.
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Old 04-16-2008, 05:03 PM   #12
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Honestly people... who the hell fives a **** about peak numbers??? All he did was give you a reference number for you idiots out there who still subscribe to peak whp as a good measurement of true power.

For a 40r that thing is spooling mighty quick with good top end.

Lets see some time slips before the 35r.

If only their headers didn't cost $texas.

AVCS? Cams?

Stock intake?!?!
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Old 04-16-2008, 05:12 PM   #13
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^^^WOW uppity n00bs lol
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Tough crowd in here
Its more like alot of envy. Every one would love to own that shortblock let alone the longblock and a 40R
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Old 04-16-2008, 05:19 PM   #14
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^^^WOW uppity n00bs lol


Its more like alot of envy. Every one would love to own that shortblock let alone the longblock and a 40R
I guess so... probably depends more on what is being done with the motor though..For me though it wasn't quite what the doctor ordered, but it is a nice piece though..
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Old 04-16-2008, 05:58 PM   #15
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Are you really running the stock intake with paper filter and all?
What engine management?

I for one am very glad you put out some roughly comparable numbers for a Dynojet. We all know dynos vary, so getting some idea of whether it's low or high is important. Anyone who doesn't like the info can ignore it.

Thanks for sharing - there are very few running FR. Are we going to see you run 10's, maybe 9's?
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Old 04-16-2008, 07:08 PM   #16
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How long did you have to wait for the turbo kit? My buddy ordered one back in October(I think) and his still hasn't got here.
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I think this is the most notorious low reading dyno so those are great numbers.
I've dyno'd my sti on a dyno log so I remember how low they read.
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Congrats man. Full Race FTW.
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Are you really running the stock intake with paper filter and all?

Stock intake manifold i believe is what he means.
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Man, that spools nicely for a 40R.

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I am currently installing a full-race GT35R for comparisons. I will also be comparing the full-race intercooler setup vs. the APS 725. Check back soon
While you're swapping components all willy-nilly, feel free to throw in some GSC S2 cams and see what happens.
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Old 04-16-2008, 07:37 PM   #21
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this dyno DOES read 20% lower than dyno (has been verified using same car on dynojet and this mainline) as for the numbers, I really don't care. I was just trying to put a relative measure from the numbers I see posted on this forum.

No biggie. The 35R is on the car now, so we will see what it does.

Some will have a fit when I install the 42R


Sorry about the mix-up, it has a stock intake manifold (4" SS intake).


The car is still running the AVCS. 2.5L cosworth longblock.
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Stock intake manifold i believe is what he means.

Yeah, there is a sewer pipe connected to the compressor inlet

IIRC the OP is using a Motec and speed density. The car is amazing. Ron is going to be upset though, you told him the car was "super top secret" and here it is on Nasioc.

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Old 04-16-2008, 07:50 PM   #23
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Old 04-16-2008, 07:54 PM   #24
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Gongrats on the great results. Got any pictures of this installed?
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wow, awesome numbers. I bet it rips!

I can't wait to see what the 35r and full race i/c make.

I know this sounds dumb, but do you have any sound clips of the car? I've only heard one car with full-race and I didn't like the sound the equal length headers gave the car.
Pretty sure it is unequal length header.

not the same car, but you get the idea

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvI1Rf232nA
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