600WHP Subaru Impreza STi - Anti Lag and Cyclic Idle in Car Demo
Just put some finishing touches on tuning the anti lag to make it smoother.
Flipping the switch opens throttle plate 20% and engine runs on cyclic idle
@ 1,700rpm. When I step on the gas and engine rpm exceeds 3,000rpm and 30%+
throttle plate opening, anti lag is on. If engine rpm is under 3,000rpm for
5 seconds or more anti lag turns off and goes back to cyclic idle until I
flip the switch off.
At idle with anti lag on it's about 1-2psi Boost at 2,700rpm. Free revving it up I can
reach 5-10psi with no engine load.
BEFORE anyone asks how you get it and if you want it. Anti-lag is EXTREMELY
hard on the engine. You would need forged pistons, and built heads at a
minimum. The valvetrain takes a beating so inconel/super alloy Exhaust valves would be a must as long with
aftermarket valve springs. Also you're going to need a STRONG header.
Explosions are going on in there.
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'04 STi running through forest trail in 2nd and 3rd gear
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