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Old 07-27-2008, 05:42 PM   #1
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Default [email protected], tuned 06' STI blouch dominator 3.0

After ordering a "mail order protune", And the car not running at all, I gave up and contacted Ray @ turbotektuning.com . He DEFINATLY knew what he was doing and was a very nice person to have a conversation with. He let me know everything he was doing the entire time at the dyno.

I met Ray down at the dyno at ICY/Phoenix performance Inc for my 06' sti to be tuned.

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Blouch dominator 3.0 turbo
860cc injectors
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ssauto fmic / hks ssqv bov.


The car would not even build boost when I took it to Ray, It was MESSED UP majorly in my mind, It had serious issues. As soon as Ray uploaded a basemap the car idle'd and sounded like a totally different car. They swapped the plugs out for me and Ray started to work his magic.

After a few quick pulls Here are the results!!



Here are a few quick pictures during the day.

Ray working his magic


Ray inside the car tuning, Klevis @ ICY/Phoenix racing next to the car



First impressions? Well, When I showed up to the shop, It was BIG, There were subaru's, And modded cars everywhere. I coulden't believe my eyes. Then, I found ray tuning his 06' STI that made big power with a similiar setup! I can 100% say I would not even look around for another tuner from this point on, I trust ray 100% with my car and my money.

He is VERY experienced in what he does, And I would recommend ANYONE looking to get tuned, To contact Ray. I will be going back for a race gas map once I get a few more small mods/clutch, To see the numbers Ray can pull out of this car! The car drives like a totally different car, I am so pleased I don't even want to get out of the car now.

This is the first time I got an actual dyno tune, And I am very pleased with the outcome. I know there is more in the car especially on race gas, So I can't wait to go back!

I will upload the video's some time today!

Thanks for looking,
Rob "Fig".
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Old 07-27-2008, 05:50 PM   #2
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403/450 WOW!!!!! What octane? What is the baseline for an STI on this dyno? How much boost?

This is the most impressive dyno chart I've seen with the Blouch Dominator III. For the price and this type of performance...It's really hard for me to justify the money for a rotated GT30R set-up like I originally intended for my STI.

Do you have plans of replacing the engine internals? Most people get worried about the piston rings at or above 400awhp. Congrats on the awesome numbers!
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Old 07-27-2008, 05:55 PM   #3
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Right now I need to get a new clutch before anything! Like I said above though, I'm new to the whole tuning/dyno scene which is why I contacted ray to take care of that part of the build for me after I did all the modding.

I was also planning to go rotated, Until I read some things about the dominator 3.0. Yesterday I seen first hand what this dominator 3.0 can do on c16 race fuel on Ray's 06' sti. He had pretty much the same setup as I had, But he tuned his car on race fuel yesterday. I'll let him chime in, But it made BIG power =D

You would need to ask ray about the other questions, But the car is on 93' pump gas with just your basic bolt-ons. Ray's tuning made the difference here, I went there barely driveable!!! Thank you for the congrats, I really appreciate it and am so pleased with the numbers as of right now. As for the actual engine, Right now I don't see myself getting a built motor, Being I just bought this car bone stock 3 months ago and planned to "keep it stock" !!!!!!
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Old 07-27-2008, 06:05 PM   #4
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^I feel ya man. I just bought my 07 STI 3 months ago and not even stage 2 yet

So far stage 1, window tint, in-dash navigation and have Crucial Racing springs on order. Anyway, I still recommend at least picking up some pistons...would hate for your brand new 400awhp STI blow its motor!
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Old 07-27-2008, 06:33 PM   #5
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I know what your saying. I just got the kw varient 3 coilovers and every suspension part for the car that i hafto finish installing too so I'm guessing I'll be heading back down to icy/phoenix racing inc or turbotek to get them all straightened out and the car setup properly.
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Old 07-27-2008, 06:52 PM   #6
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Nice man, congrats on the build.

Ill be doing the same thing with my car hopefully by the end of next month.


Make some videos!!!!
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Old 07-27-2008, 06:55 PM   #7
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I will definatly get video's soon. I have a bunch of vids from the dyno that I need to upload aswell! Thanks!
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Old 07-27-2008, 07:21 PM   #8
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Wait what? I don't understand.
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Old 07-27-2008, 08:36 PM   #9
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I love this turbo and have been hitting similar numbers.
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Old 07-27-2008, 09:27 PM   #10
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Great results mate, you must be stoked

These bolt-on GT3076R-based turbos are awesome turbos indeed. Do you have a dyno printout that shows boost?

Also, fyi: in my opinion, those "mail order tunes" are only good for basic upgrades (stage 1, stage 2 etc) and not suited for massive changes like large aftermarket turbos and injectors etc.

When you go such large changes in parts and power adders, you should always get a custom tune to suit the parts and you will be rewarded for it - as you have been
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Old 07-28-2008, 11:33 AM   #11
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24 psi 93 octane, clutch started slipping so i had to back it down a lil
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Old 07-28-2008, 11:34 AM   #12
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awesome numbers! Ray does all of my tuning too, and we'll actually be at Icy Pheonix this coming saturday doing the same!
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Why does it dip down to near 10.0 and then level out?
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Why does it dip down to near 10.0 and then level out?
i was going by my wideband on my logger and not the dynos dipped down in the 10.8 range at peak torque
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Old 07-28-2008, 11:52 PM   #15
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24psi? May god have mercy on your pistons.

Can't wait to install my dom3. Have fun with yours!
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Why does it dip down to near 10.0 and then level out?
on FMIC cars with the stock draw-through MAF, you get a condition on spoolup where the car goes rich. You can minimize this, but it's usually present on upgraded turbo/FMIC/draw-through setups.
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Which intake are you running? Do you need 860cc injectors or that is just what you picked over the 740?

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The kit I ordered came with the 860's, Ray has the smaller injectors and made big power aswell, Especially on race fuel.

I have the gimmick inlet and after maf.
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Yeah, which air intake are you running...

Awesome numbers, Any Pics?
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I do have some pics of the enginebay. I'm not sure I just seen it said gimmick on it, I just needed something that would stretch over the new inlet on the turbo being the stock one broke apart when trying.



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24psi? May god have mercy on your pistons.

Can't wait to install my dom3. Have fun with yours!
LOL my exact thoughts!!
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24 psi 93 octane, clutch started slipping so i had to back it down a lil
24psi on pump with no METH Holy Sh|t thats seriously aggressive good look on not popping that stocker.

No hate just a realist been there and popped 2 OEM's one on Stg 1 other on Stg 2.

Also looking at the Dyno Plot I see it says SAE Corrected what are the Uncorrected #'s??

Is that a 98 GST ??? I used to have one as a toy
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It's a GSX i'm building a motor for, For a customer. I actually have been a big dsm guy myself, Owning 17 built dsm's, A boosted 3g, And right now I have another 2gB sitting out back the shop along with that one in getting the motor taken out! They are nice cars, But I had to get away from them.
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Old 07-30-2008, 12:57 AM   #23
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24psi on pump with no METH Holy Sh|t thats seriously aggressive good look on not popping that stocker.
How can you get so excited when you don't know what the AFR or timing was when he was running 24psi?
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af are in the low 11's timing is very conservative, boost was brought down to 22 before the customer drove away but only beacuse he is on an mbc and we all knows boost tends to vary. just for craps and giggles i have customers running 26 psi on meth and 93 octane for over 1 year with no issues. its not just about boost , its about the other things too.

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