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Event: dyno pro tune
Location: No Limit Motorsport ( L.I. NY)
Ambient Temp: 30s
Elevation: 100 feet above sea level
Weather: cold and dry
Tires: Blizzak WS-50's 225/45/17

Car: 2009 WRX Sedan
Tuner:
Dave Brown
Dyno Info: Dyno Dynamics, 1.15 cf
Transmission: stock 5spd
Gear: 3rd
Peak HP at RPM: 413.8 @ 6300
Peak Torque at RPM: 403 @ 4200
Stock STi reference on this dyno: 240whp
Target Boost: 20.5 psi
Target AFR: 10.8
Fuel: 93oct ny winter gas
Engine/Power Modifications:

FP TD06 20G 8cm (PnP'd)
Process West TMIC w/ STI turbo fitment hose
Forge Full recir BPV
AMR 74mm CAI
Perrin Inlet
Invida Belmouth catless DP
Invida N1 street CBE
Coated Grimmspeed uppipe
Tial vband 38mm EWG w/ dump tube
DW 850cc injectors
NGK 1-steps
Grimmspeed EBCS
Crucial PnPnC'd exhaust manifolds
PnP'd throttle body
Walbro 255
All vacuum lines were replaced with gates tubing and fuel injector clamps




Suspension Modifications: Epic Engineering lowering springs
Other Modifications:
Kartboy SS



Let me start off by thanking my two best friends Ian (rexworx on NASIOC) and Brendan (R L Newb on NASIOC) for everything my car has become today. Without these two, the car would be bone stock and I still wouldn't even know how to change my own oil.

I'd also like to further thank Ian (rexworx) since he did all my PnP work along with some other fab work. His quality and attention to detail is second to none. He legitimately treated anything having to do with my car better than his own and if you knew him, you would know that really means something......

Well I'm at it, I'd also like to further thank Brendan (R L Newb) for being a good sport about fully installing a BNR 20G on my car only to find out 2 days later it was coming out and the FP 20G was taking its place.

Again, thank you both of you. You have become my 2 best friends and given me the car I always dreamed of.

Last but certainly not least, I would like to give a huge thank you to Dave Brown @ MSPT. In my eyes, hes second to no one. He will be the one and only tuner I have for life. He literally put up with months of questions and multiple base maps. He's all about: keeping it simple, keeping it reliable, and educating you about every single thing he's doing to your car and why. Thanks again Dave. You Rock!!!!!
 

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1.15 correction factor? Those numbers just seem high for a 20G on 93 pump, not E85 or meth. But it looks like a great power curve nonetheless!
 

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1.15 correction factor? Those numbers just seem high for a 20G on 93 pump, not E85 or meth. But it looks like a great power curve nonetheless!
Yeap, 1.15 CF. Couldn't believe it myself :D That being said I went to "Mexico" right after the tune with a buddy that has 2010 STI with a FP Green and supporting mods that's putting down 423whp and 444wtq and I stayed right with him whole time so I feel like my numbers really aren't inflated at all :)
 

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ThosE are awesome numbers. Do you have any further plans for it power or suspension wise?
 

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ThosE are awesome numbers. Do you have any further plans for it power or suspension wise?
At the moment I have a set of ISC coils with 2 spring setups(10k/8k & 8k/6k) along with a Grimmspeed MCB waiting to be installed.

Come the 1st of the month I plan on ordering the following parts:
SS brake lines
HP+ pads
upgraded brake fluid
h6 rear conversion (maybe?)
strut tower bar
sway bars
subframe lock down
anti-lift kit
roll center adjustment
front subframe brace
steering rack bushings
 

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WOW! Awesome numbers and form a TMIC none the less. I may just have to get the PW TMIC and try it out myself


The process west is an amazing piece. My only rule was I refused to go FMIC. Geoff @ Cygnus Performance got me an amazing deal on it and I couldn't be happier
 

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Nice build and nice numbers! Any plans for the transmission or engine internals?

PS Love my PW tmic!
 

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Can you post the "corrected numbers" and I'm guessing you hung with the STi because of gearing.
Do you mean uncorrected? Cause the 413/403 is at a 1.15 CF.
Well "normally" the dyno that is posted is uncorrected, otherwise there would be no reason to mention correction factor since it is already factored. You have great numbers; no doubt about it. The part that I find weird is that your tuner has a 35R twin scroll full race setup making only 17.2whp more than your 20g....that is the part I find hard to believe unless of course he isn't pushing his setup or something.
his car http://www.3gwrx.com/forum/index.php/topic,17063.0.html

Again, I'm not here to argue...just pointing out some things that don't make much sense to me.
 

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im sure you would have listed it if you had it but i just wanna make sure. also keep us posted, lotta power on them OEM pistons.

stock fuel lines/rails/FPR?
stock clutch and flywheel?
stock TGV's?
why do the throttle body?
why not do the TGV's? there the choke point now making the TB almost pointless.

nice numbers anywho. i would like to see uncorrected or a lower correction. the 240WHP though seems on par with most other dyno's give or take 5-10hp.
 

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im sure you would have listed it if you had it but i just wanna make sure. also keep us posted, lotta power on them OEM pistons.

stock fuel lines/rails/FPR?
stock clutch and flywheel?
stock TGV's?
why do the throttle body?
why not do the TGV's? there the choke point now making the TB almost pointless.

nice numbers anywho. i would like to see uncorrected or a lower correction. the 240WHP though seems on par with most other dyno's give or take 5-10hp.
Stock everything you mentioned above.....

The throttle body was because my best friend is my professional PnP guy and while the the TMIC was off he pretty much said "might as well do it as we're right here..."

As for why didn't I didn't I do TGV's? The honest answer is I just flat out didn't want to uninstall my intake manifold. I watched a Buddy of mine have some issues upon re-install and I didn't want to deal with a boost leak. I'm thinking of possibly doing it next winter when I wouldn't mind having the car laid up for a little while but we'll see.
 

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I plan on doing taking some logs within the next week and having Juan over on NASIOC give me airboy plot. I'll be sure to post it up.
 

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thank you sean,i was just as shocked as all of you on the power this car made--and it was happy--the part combo and great install worked..

dave
 
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