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Old 05-23-2016, 10:59 AM   #1
further41
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Join Date: Aug 2015
Chapter/Region: South East
Location: Jacksonville, FL
Vehicle:
2014 WRX 603/520
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Default Dirty Racing Products - 2014 WRX - Blast Plates test case (500whp)

Car: 2014 WRX
Location: Dirty Racing Products, Jacksonville FL
Tuner: Mikey Botti
Dyno: Mustang
Transmission: Stock WRX w/ Moore Performance Blast Plates and ACT 6 puck
Gear: 3rd
Peak hp at rpm: 500.4whp @ 6,780 rpm
Peak tq at rpm: 436wtq @ 5,338 rpm
Target boost: 24 psi
Fuel: e85

Mods:
IAG Closed Deck block case haves
Shortblock assembled by DRP
CP Pistons (Swaintech coated)
Manley Turbo Tuff Rods
OEM STI Crank
Killer B Oil setup (baffle, pickup, oil pan)
ACL Bearings
ACL Oil pump
Heads
GSC Stage 2 cams
Ported and polished
Supertech valves/guides/seals
Beehive Retainers/springs

Fuel
Custom IAG fuel lines/rails
Radium Surge tank 3 pump setup
ID 2000cc injectors
Aeromotive FPR

Other:
ETS Rotated kit with ELH
PTE 6266 Ball Bearing turbo
ETS FMIC with 4" core
ETS Rotated CAI
STI Intake Manifold
Cobb AP v3
Cobb Flex Fuel kit
Speed Density conversion

Trans:
WRX 5-speed (I know I know...)
ACT 6 puck clutch
Moore Performance Blast Plates


FINALLY got my car back on the Dyno for tuning after a 4 month build and a few weeks of break in. We kept it very very conservative because of the trans, but the motor has sooooooo much more left in it. Our baseline pull on e85 at 11psi broke 300 whp on the DRP Mustang Dyno which reads notoriously low. Trying to put the money together for STI trans and rear diff now so we can push it even further!

Note: Will upload the full Dyno map as soon as I find it (I was so excited after the tuning apparently I lost it haha), but I do have a snapshot of the final numbers on my phone which I will link shortly.

This ENTIRE BUILD was planned by Robert Desjadon and team at DRP. I had ringland failure after going e85/Stage 2 on stock block and while the car was down I decided to go ahead and get everything done at once power wise. I gave him a goal (500+whp on 93, 700+whp on e85) and while we haven't reached it yet, based on our low boost numbers the goals seems plenty attainable.
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Old 03-23-2017, 10:33 AM   #2
TyranosaurusWRX
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Join Date: Oct 2002
Chapter/Region: MWSOC
Location: Ft Wayne, IN
Vehicle:
02 wrx(sold)/2005
Sti/ 93 Leg Wag

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Curious if your trans held up with the blast plates....
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