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#1 aekOne

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Posted 11 September 2008 - 02:41 PM

Just re-edited this to clean the post up a bit...

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Engine/Performance: 210kw at wheels // 565 ft/lbs

EJ205
IHI VF22
FMIC
V4 Sti Headers
3” X-Force Dump and centre pipe
Prodrive Stage 2 Muffler
EMS ECU
EMS Coil Ignitors
STI Forged Rods
CP Forged Pistons
ARP Head Studs
ACL Bearings
Cometic Race Gaskets
Grimmspeed Phenolic Spacers
Turbosmart Fuel Pressure Regulator
Turbosmart eBoost Street Boost Controller
Greddy/Trust Turbo Timer
Greddy/Trust Type RS BOV
Bosch Fuel Pump
ARC Oil cooler
STI 1.3 Bar Radiator Caps
Carbon Fiber Cam Belt Cover
Hioctane Racing Airbox
Apexi POD Filter

Drivetrain:

MY03 WRX 5 Speed Box
Exedy Clutch
Extreme Lightened Flywheel

Suspension/Handling

MD Coilovers
Cusco Front Strut Brace with Brake Cylinder Stopper
Prodrive Rear Strut Brace
Prodrive Lower Chassis H-Brace
White Line Front and Rear Heavy Duty Sway Bars inc Links

Brakes

MY99 STI 4 Pot front and 2 Pot rear Brakes
DBA T2 Slotted Rotors
Kartboy Dogbones
Galfer FDRX1088 Brake Pads

Exterior

Rays/Volk Racing SE37 17” x 7.5” Matte Black
Project Mu Wheel Nuts
Ganador Aero Mirrors
Hippo Sleek Front Grill
Hippo Sleek Front Bar
Talon Rear Spoiler
JDM Projector Headlights
Clear Side Repeaters
20% Tints

Interior

Defi Boost, Oil Pressure and Water Temp Gauges
GC8 STI seats.
STI Pedals
Prodrive Shift Knob

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Posted 11 September 2008 - 02:44 PM

ZOMG. kewl. Why twins? What are you doing for a loom? This is great, very keen to see more.
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Posted 11 September 2008 - 02:53 PM

I rikey! :D Nice seats too.

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Posted 11 September 2008 - 03:22 PM

AEK! ZoMG TEH SEKRET IS OWTTT!!!!! :) You already know how I feel about this, mate ;)

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Posted 11 September 2008 - 05:24 PM

ZOMG. kewl.
Why twins?

What are you doing for a loom?

This is great, very keen to see more.


I was looking around for a bit and when this came up, 2001 GT-B for the price it just seem to work. Was originally planning V3 etc etc but after talking with my mechanic we reckon we can do some good things with this one

The loom is getting done on Saturday with a bit of chopping between old and new...what a mess

I'll be posting up some more pic updates Saturday night


I rikey! :D

Nice seats too.


Yeah they went in a few weeks ago. A bit more snug than the originals!!


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Posted 11 September 2008 - 05:25 PM

Are you going to use the gen3 ECU? Reflashing FTW. Would a single turbo conversion be on the cards at some point?
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Posted 11 September 2008 - 05:38 PM

yeah gonna use the gen 3 ecu. Was thinking about a haltech but just gotta see what happens. i was actually planning on doing the single conversion now but kinda ran outta time/money. It's definitely on the cards for down the track though. Exhaust is done. Hopefully start looking at the front mount tomorrow and wiring on Saturday. The plan is to be able to start her up by next Wednesday and go from there

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Posted 11 September 2008 - 05:40 PM

Sounds good mate. Be sure to get it on a dyno before to many mods!
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Posted 11 September 2008 - 05:44 PM

Be sure to get it on a dyno before to many mods!


yeah that's the plan for wednesday if we get it all finished :D

Back on the road for the weekend!!

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Posted 11 September 2008 - 06:05 PM

Thats no Tiida engine :P

Back on the road for the weekend!!

Sounds good, all very impressive. Look forward to seeing the beast sometime!

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Posted 11 September 2008 - 06:08 PM

yeah that's the plan for wednesday if we get it all finished :D

Back on the road for the weekend!!



cant wait to see the sexyness at the next meet....youll see twins are much more fun...u get the first pull at 2200 then the second pull at 4500...its all smiles first turbo but more smiles second turbo.....

Ake its good too see it all coming togather and nice choice of the gen III TT...


P.s dont listen to soop about Twins after all he has 2 cars that are 2.2 N/As.... enough said...and soop this isnt an attack but plz plz dont comment on TT's as u dont own one and never driven a Subaru TT either....

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Posted 11 September 2008 - 06:11 PM

I like my TT as well. Mucho fun-ness at 4,500rpm!

Ugh i could ramble on for forking days about this stuff.


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Posted 11 September 2008 - 06:13 PM

I like my TT as well. Mucho fun-ness at 4,500rpm!



hehehe put your faith in people that know the smile at 4500RPM

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Posted 11 September 2008 - 06:15 PM

Common knowledge that single turbo has more potential. My statement wasn't based on a personal opinion. Twins function fine for their purpose.
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Posted 11 September 2008 - 06:54 PM

Twins aren't more fun IMO, for street they have more low down go woo hoo. But on a track/race/twisty's rev's are always up there, so lag is a non event. Jovan go in a big single turbo car lol, there is pull from start to finish and its 10x harder than the little secondary on the TT's lol. Just ask Dylan and Tristan.

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Posted 11 September 2008 - 08:49 PM

do you need the immob unit and matching key. transponder and receiver etc? or is it aus spec gen 3 only?

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Posted 11 September 2008 - 09:18 PM

Twins aren't more fun IMO, for street they have more low down go woo hoo. But on a track/race/twisty's rev's are always up there, so lag is a non event.

Jovan go in a big single turbo car lol, there is pull from start to finish and its 10x harder than the little secondary on the TT's lol. Just ask Dylan and Tristan.



Nah u can say what you like i still like the fun off a TT... and Petar yeah single i can ask Dylan and Tristan but i also know that that big pull didnt last very long did it????

Soop ur common knowladge was based on ozliberty from you driving a TT supra....

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Posted 11 September 2008 - 09:37 PM

No it's not. Single turbo Ej20-22-235-25 will make more power than a twin turbo EJ ever will. Period. You can design the engine build to suit what ever application you so want. And by doing so limit the lag. For example. Fatcat's EJ257 B4, which the last time I rode in it, it was fitted with a Vf39 and was making 180-200kw@w. Full boost at around 3200rpm? (How many NM frank?) It held that till red line no worries at all. I disliked my driving experience in the TT Supra. From all non biased accounts the Subaru TT system is not as good as that of the Toyota's. Therefore I've drawn the conclusion that I do not want to experience the TT Subaru. If others like it, then good on them. I am truly happy for them. It's just not for me. If your still not convinced, perhaps contact some reputable high performance Subaru builders. AMauto would be a good place to start... Besides all of that, The AUDM B4 has some design issues which puts me off them also. Again, another personal preference.
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Posted 11 September 2008 - 10:13 PM

No it's not.

Single turbo Ej20-22-235-25 will make more power than a twin turbo EJ ever will. Period.
You can design the engine build to suit what ever application you so want. And by doing so limit the lag.
For example.
Fatcat's EJ257 B4, which the last time I rode in it, it was fitted with a Vf39 and was making 180-200kw@w.
Full boost at around 3200rpm? (How many NM frank?)
It held that till red line no worries at all.

I disliked my driving experience in the TT Supra. From all non biased accounts the Subaru TT system is not as good as that of the Toyota's. Therefore I've drawn the conclusion that I do not want to experience the TT Subaru. If others like it, then good on them. I am truly happy for them. It's just not for me.
If your still not convinced, perhaps contact some reputable high performance Subaru builders.
AMauto would be a good place to start...

Besides all of that, The AUDM B4 has some design issues which puts me off them also.
Again, another personal preference.

I'm staying out of this one.
But I will say it goes better now. Full boost by 3200, and pulls up almost any hill in 5th at 60kph.
APS SS42 makes a good match for a 2.5l. Very, very conservative tune is seeing 198ATW with completely standard intake.
I'd love to see a TT do that.
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Posted 11 September 2008 - 10:27 PM

give me time bitches...and ill show you what and ADM B4 TT can do




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