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Old 12-23-2015, 02:29 PM   #51
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504whp at 25psi....sounds like a fairly high reading dyno. You runnin those id1300s at wut base pressure?

Logged at 75% inj duty cycle with 43psi showing on the gauge, I have plans to move to a 1500cc injector or possibly bigger. I'd say yimis ports dyno jet is fairly reliable dyno, a lot of Subarus are tuned by him here so there's a lot of cars comin and going on those rollers
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Old 12-23-2015, 02:34 PM   #52
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Logged at 75% inj duty cycle with 43psi showing on the gauge, I have plans to move to a 1500cc injector or possibly bigger. I'd say yimis ports dyno jet is fairly reliable dyno, a lot of Subarus are tuned by him here so there's a lot of cars comin and going on those rollers
Just as a comparison I maxed my id1300s out at 70psi base pressure and made 550whp @ 32psi on a mustang dyno.

I imagine this car on the same dyno would be in the low to mid 400s
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Old 12-23-2015, 02:34 PM   #53
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Haha, you've got some brass balls my friend. Most people wouldn't even think about throwing that kind of turbo kit on a stock motor, let alone one that's already got some miles on it.

Well atleast everything is ready set go for a built motor now, I think this is a good example of what these cars are capable of, take car of your car and it ll return the favor.
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Old 12-23-2015, 02:50 PM   #54
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Just as a comparison I maxed my id1300s out at 70psi base pressure and made 550whp @ 32psi on a mustang dyno.

I imagine this car on the same dyno would be in the low to mid 400s

Well I read your build thread and you seem to be a veteran in the game, if it is a high reading dyno, so be it, it's still a quick car and a comparable turbo to a gtx3076 if that helps you any.

550 @ 32psi on e85 does sound low for a gtx35 though I must say. 1700cc would be more appropriate for that size turbo Who's your tuner?

I know of a handful of GTX3076 settups that have made in excess of 600whp on this very dyno jet, EFI logics dyno, and a few others so I don't think 500 is out of the question, it's rather conservative for this turbo.
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Old 12-23-2015, 02:57 PM   #55
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thats a lot of power wish one day i can reach those power levels.
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Old 12-23-2015, 03:08 PM   #56
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It is what it is, just showing the big difference in dynos. Ultimately its just a number. Fueling capacity of a given injector size is a pretty good power indicator given similar afr targets.
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Old 12-23-2015, 05:40 PM   #57
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Well I read your build thread and you seem to be a veteran in the game, if it is a high reading dyno, so be it, it's still a quick car and a comparable turbo to a gtx3076 if that helps you any.

550 @ 32psi on e85 does sound low for a gtx35 though I must say. 1700cc would be more appropriate for that size turbo Who's your tuner?

I know of a handful of GTX3076 settups that have made in excess of 600whp on this very dyno jet, EFI logics dyno, and a few others so I don't think 500 is out of the question, it's rather conservative for this turbo.
From what I have seen the GTX3076 and the GTX3576 aren't too far off when boost/afr and such are similar. Not sure if the GTX3576 builds are just not being pushed enough to show a benefit yet.



As for the P1 reference, these cars are not even close to that experience. They are a whole different monster with that electronic motor focused on tq and the combustion motor focused on upper rpm power.

Op, PM me if you upgrade those injectors I am needing to move to some 1300's for my retune.
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Old 12-23-2015, 10:40 PM   #58
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From what I have seen the GTX3076 and the GTX3576 aren't too far off when boost/afr and such are similar. Not sure if the GTX3576 builds are just not being pushed enough to show a benefit yet.







As for the P1 reference, these cars are not even close to that experience. They are a whole different monster with that electronic motor focused on tq and the combustion motor focused on upper rpm power.



Op, PM me if you upgrade those injectors I am needing to move to some 1300's for my retune.

I think the P1 exaggeration was more or less a joke. I likely won't be getting new injectors for a while but when the time comes...
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Old 12-23-2015, 10:43 PM   #59
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Another update today!! I weighed my car today at a local recycler and it weighs in at 2980 lbs without me in it and a half tank of gas. A goal of mine would be to get it to 2600-2700 range, obviously the lower the better. I have a lot of tricks up my sleeve still for this goal.
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Old 12-24-2015, 10:59 AM   #60
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Another update today!! I weighed my car today at a local recycler and it weighs in at 2980 lbs without me in it and a half tank of gas. A goal of mine would be to get it to 2600-2700 range, obviously the lower the better. I have a lot of tricks up my sleeve still for this goal.
Pic of the interior? that sounds like you removed a good amount
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Old 12-24-2015, 11:21 AM   #61
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I have a lot of tricks up my sleeve still for this goal.
I think I saw you driving back from the recycling center the other day



How much do you weigh? I hope you aren't going to sacrifice your GAINZ at the gym for the sake of a faster car
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Old 12-24-2015, 12:46 PM   #62
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I think I saw you driving back from the recycling center the other day



How much do you weigh? I hope you aren't going to sacrifice your GAINZ at the gym for the sake of a faster car

K troll. I weigh 180 and no I wouldn't give up the GAINZ to save weight in my car, realistically the most and least Id ever weigh is 20 lbs +- what I am RN and that's really insignificant to me.
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Wonder how long the wrx tranny will hold that kinda power for.
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Old 12-27-2015, 01:28 PM   #65
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Wonder how long the wrx tranny will hold that kinda power for.
Until it doesn't.
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K troll. I weigh 180 and no I wouldn't give up the GAINZ to save weight in my car, realistically the most and least Id ever weigh is 20 lbs +- what I am RN and that's really insignificant to me.
Yup, User1029 is the #1 troll of Nasioc.
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Yup, User1029 is the #1 troll of Nasioc.

I saw him on the other threads, I'm not offended, it's sorta funny I suppose.
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Wonder how long the wrx tranny will hold that kinda power for.

The last flush we did on it, we found a pretty horrifying amount of shavings but it still shifts smooth regardless. I never launched this car and it's worth mentioning it was "rebuilt" by puente hills subaru a week after I bought the car nearly two and half years ago. Because i complained about a whining noise in 5th, turns out it was missing a tooth. So far everything's been holding up though *knock on wood*.
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I could only see up to post #48 on my phone until I replied with the bump above. Then I got 20 more posts to read through. WTF?!?!!

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Just as a comparison I maxed my id1300s out at 70psi base pressure and made 550whp @ 32psi on a mustang dyno.

I imagine this car on the same dyno would be in the low to mid 400s
What fuel pump
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Old 01-03-2016, 03:42 PM   #72
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2 450s (radium surge tank)
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Old 01-03-2016, 04:23 PM   #73
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2 450s (radium surge tank)

Unless you modded them, the reliefs started dumping pressure at 80-90psi. That pumps flow is effectively half of its peak flow at those kind of pressures as well. You could have likely got another 20-30whp out of them by turning down the base.
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Old 01-03-2016, 04:25 PM   #74
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I also make 500-530whp with 25-26psi on dynojets on the same GTX3076.
Great turbo
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for certain a strong car on e85 but the 91 tune really impresses me

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