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Garage / Re: Silver6933's WRX
« on: September 29, 2019, 10:05:12 PM »


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Impreza / Re: 2017 WRX Premium
« on: August 29, 2019, 09:37:01 PM »
Does this has CVT?

The ride is not very compliant.  Do the regular services and they are reliable.  Not as fast as the other cars.

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Garage / Silver6933's WRX
« on: August 26, 2019, 10:17:57 PM »
Subaru Impreza WRX GDA BUGEYE 5 speed manual sedan

Engine mods

CP Pistons
Eagle rods - ARP bolts
ACL race bearings
STi Nitrided crank

ARP Head studs
STi 11mm oil pump
Cast impeller water pump

GFB blow off valve
TD5-20g turbo
TR adjustable WG actuator - currently 0.8 bar spring(additional 1.2 bar spring)
4 x 720 cc injectors
MRT Parallel fuel rails with dual fuel regulators

Walbro gss 342 fuel pump (255lph) in tank pump.
MRT Fuel anti Surge tank

Charge cooling

MRT STi Larger hood scoop
APS intercooler splitter
MRT top mount intercooler.
Samco intercooler hoses
Mishimoto intake hose
AEM Cold- air intake

Exhaust

SPT 3 inch hi power exhaust
Grimmspeed upipe

Suspension mods

Whiteline group 4 coilovers
MRT/Whiteline front and rear sway bars
Whiteline alloy rear droplinks
STi rose jointed front drop links
Rear camber bolts
Alu front control arms
Whiteline Front Roll Center Adjustment Kit
Whiteline diff lock bolts
Whiteline diff out rigger bushings
H-brace front

Other

Aquamist 2d
Aquamist DDS3
Aquamist Silicon I/C to throttle body hose with two Aquamist jets
Ecutek remap with dual boost maps and user-tuning
Process west oil cooler
Mishimoto X-Line radiator
Mishimoto radiator clamps (Blue)
Mishimoto intake pipe
Mishimoto coolant header tank
Mishimoto 1.3 bar radiator caps (x2)
Samco Rad hoses
Samco Ancilliary hoses
STi I/C water spray kit
Grimmspeed three port boost control solenoid
Mishimoto -Rockstar three port catch can - for Crankcase
Mishimoto small catch can with brass filter - for Heads
Mishimoto Hoonigan oil cap


Brakes

K-Sport racing 8-pot 330mm BBK
DS 2500 ferodo pads
Goodridge Braided brake hoses

Gearbox

Front Torsen LSD
GFB quick shift kit
Kartboy poly bushes
Kartboy shifter rear mount.

Interior

Ecutek Dash monitor
Delta dash kit
Knock link kit
SPA oil temp/pressure gauge
Lamco Boost gauge
Innovate A/F DB-gauge
Sparco harness bar
Sparco camlock 4 point belt
SMY Dual Dash Bezel Gauge Pod

ICE upgrade

Pioneer's AVH X391BHS
Metra subaru harness adapter.


Exterior

Morrete head lights
Morrette Projector HID upgrade
MRT Cibie headlights
Side strakes
(Total wattage on road = 420 W light output)

STi fog light protectors
WRB Painted side skirts
STi rear boot spoiler
Blue twisted I badge
OEM upgrade to White indicators and reflectors.


OEM brake cooling ducts
OEM transmission undertray

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Turbo Tech Chat / Re: forester pro drive
« on: May 06, 2019, 10:18:19 PM »
Did you get this sorted?

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Turbo Tech Chat / Re: Bonnet scoop mesh
« on: November 08, 2015, 10:24:31 AM »
I still sometimes think it would be nice if it had one then it would flow air even when sitting in traffic

Install space is also an issue .

And then when you hit 160 kph. it will become a restriction. 

Push fans are more of a restriction that pulling fans. (shroud etc)

Inter-cooler spray works better for the times when you get heat soak.

The TMIC in a subaru is a cheaper fix to the problem of heat.  FMIC is the better solution.

http://www.mrtperformance.com.au/files/TechDoc-Subaru-TurboALL-Intercooling-May2015.pdf

I also highly recommend the MRT book "Training WRX"


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Wheels, Tires and Brakes. / Re: Brake upgrades
« on: November 08, 2015, 10:16:05 AM »
Brake upgrades are always a controversial subject.

Without a doubt,  you can improve the feel of the OEM brake system,

-better fluid,
-better pads,
-better discs,
-braided hoses.

And this will also get you more consistent stopping , when doing repeated stops(track days).

But if you want to stop in a shorter distance on the road, you need

better leverage

-better tires
-better suspension
-and bigger discs and pads.
-And on most WRX's  - bigger brake booster.
 

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Turbo Tech Chat / Re: Low Idle Shake.
« on: October 29, 2015, 08:40:17 PM »
1. 700 rpm is too low for that model.
2.  I assume you have the lamco gauge.   at idle, vaccum at sea level should be -0,7.  I think you have a leak.  Check OEM intake hose.

press the accelerator slightly, if the shake goes away at higher IDLE speeds, then you have a clue.  Not you can adjust idles speeds with software

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General Chat / Re: How to mod when you married.
« on: October 15, 2014, 12:08:24 PM »
Chett Tuned has a twist.

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N/A Tech Chat / Re: Spercharged
« on: October 14, 2014, 04:00:10 PM »
Jap twin scroll drop in turbo is popular on the impreza

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Impreza / Re: 2014 WRX - What do you think?
« on: July 23, 2014, 09:39:00 PM »
Cartoday test -results on twitter

2015 STI scoob is slower than the 2014 STI.  yet the weight is almost the same.  And the 2015 STI is much stiffer.

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General Chat / Re: Anyone have rust issues?
« on: July 23, 2014, 09:34:24 PM »
I have seen 15 yr old scoobies with no rust.

I have yet to see one with rust.

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N/A Tech Chat / Re: Engine Light and Flashing cruise - o2 sensor
« on: July 23, 2014, 09:25:57 PM »
Post mods and model year.

It appears you have an after market decat, from the info you posted.

Once you get onto the freeway,  the closed loop operation comes into effect. After a certain time, the car initiates the emissions check.

It never happens in city driving.

They quoted you R2000.  This is most likely rear sensor.  The front on mine cost way more than 2800.

You could just wire it out. Or you can get a denso identical part from ebay for silly money.  You would however need to solder the wires to the OEM sensor plug.

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Turbo Tech Chat / Re: The indestructible EJ255/7
« on: May 09, 2014, 09:35:05 AM »
Stay away from Mechanical oil pressure/temp gauges.  Too many failure points.

You could use a mechanical boost gauges. 

I have electronic oil temp.pressure gauges. Working for over 10 years.

SPA dual gauges in one housing.  Expensive thou.

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Turbo Tech Chat / The indestructible EJ255/7
« on: February 12, 2014, 07:11:53 PM »
If you lower the car.  These then tend to suck up water in rains = hydroloc.  

Does not happen often.  But I have seen one stripped engine, bent rods.

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Turbo Tech Chat / The indestructible EJ255/7
« on: February 12, 2014, 04:08:45 PM »
BTW I would hold off buying the coilovers and induction kit, aquamist.

Forged engine building suffers from extreme budget creep.  I highly recommend a new oil pump and heat interchanger.  Do not reuse the old one.

Get your car running.  Focus all the money on the parts that goes into the engine.  Once it is running buy the other bits as they are bolt on.

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