Thread on Subaru Forum Nasioc: http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/showt... Mod list: Engine and Power stuff: -Locally built 2.6L -Darton Sleeves -102.5mm CP pistons "8.5:1" -Cobb Rods -cosworth rod and main bearings -factory crank -gutted factory oil pump -engine deck has been stainless steel O ringed to work with a SCE copper head gasket. -DPR stage 5 cams -Heads have seen a lot of time on the flow bench (313 CFM @ .45 lift) -2.5 mm over sized Ferrara intake valves -1.5mm over sized Exhaust valves -spark plug seats have been machined down so a standard 3/4" reach NGK plug -Ported TGV -Cosworth 14mm head studs -14mm studs that hold the block halves together -Custom built 4" turbo back Exhaust -custom built dual scroll up-pipe -Garrett GT4294R -Twin Tial 44mm wastegate -Tial BOV -modified twin scroll APS Exhaust manifold -Custom built large plenum intake manifold w/velocity stacks and long tapered runners. -Infinity Q45 90mm throttle body -Three intake walbro 255's (each 255 has a -6AN line that is fed to a fuel block and them a -10AN fuel line is ran to the engine bay were it feeds two -10AN fuel rails -1600cc top feed low impedance fuel injectors -10AN Aeromotive FPR -Hydra EMS Tranny power delivery: -ATS triple carbon clutch -As for the rest of the tranny and the power delivery items, They are stock because he is curious as to see at what power level these items start breaking. Suspension Chassis, braking: -Tein Flex Coilovers -Cusco rear sway bar -Cusco front strut tower brace -Carbon Cusco rear strut tower brace -Custom cromolly cage to be installed in the short future -factory STi braking system. Interior: - As little as possible - Sparco Evo L seats - Defi gauge's - Radio??? Radio who needs a stinkin radio Exterior: -Street--- Volk CE28Ns w/ 255/35-18 -Track--- PRODRIVE GC06H 17X8 w/ 275/40-17 mickey thompson ET streets. -Wingless -WRX hood scoop
1000 horsepower hp Subaru WRX STi (65 psi GT45R) walk around review
http://www.SubyPAL.com - This is a REAL 1000 hp STI! Features unique "mystery mods" which turn this bored over STi block into a 65 psi capable monster! Powered by a massive turbo, a ton of PSI, race ported heads, bored over cylinders, and a full internal build for an impressive 1000+ horsepower capability. This build killed the motor within a month and is no longer on the streets. Some saw it run, and those who did only saw the tail lights! I was lucky enough to get it in my garage for a tour before it popped. Enjoy 0:) ***Learn what makes this car capable of 1000 HP at http://www.facebook.com/subyPAL ***
Boostaholics: 2015 STi rotated 6266 E85 build beginnings...
http://www.Boostaholics.com - What's it like to take a brand new 2015 Subaru WRX STi and slap a rotated 6266 turbo kit on it and convert it to e85? It takes dedication, money, time, and that special Rev Works touch; this is the beginning of yet another chapter of the #Boostaholics automotive reality show! Bonus footage! 20g Forester STi swap Dyno, and C6 Z06 big cam racecar idle warm up! Say hello to Matthew Montano ( facebook.com/matthew.montano.90 ) and his 2015 STi. As the car currently sits, it has a FMIC, tune, and supporting fuel mods. He wants more Boost! What better way to get it than by visiting Rev Works in Orlando for their rotated 6266 turbo kit. He is going to go fast! Special thanks to Rev Works, Inc. http://www.revworksinc.com Be sure to subscribe so you can follow along with this build! http://www.Boostaholics.com
Electric SuperChargers Mythbusted
Will you make power with an eBay Supercharger? In this episode Marty and Moog install a system to see if the claims on the box actually turn into real world power. But they need a new car to work on and only have $100 to spend... For discussion, and a thorough technical article by Jenga, check out this link on the Mighty Car Mods Forum: http://forums.mightycarmods.com/showthread.php?16503-*New-Episode-ELECTRIC- SuperchargerS-Mythbusted&p=280845#post280845 You can grab your own MCM gear including Tshirts, hoodies, stickers, music, DVD's and magazine all at the MCM shop with FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE. Go have a look: http://www.mightycarmods.com/collections/all Also something to note around Mighty Car Mods: we are normal guys and are not trained mechanics. We like to make interesting car mods and show you how we've gone about it, but we can't promise that anything we show you will work for your particular car, or that you won't harm yourself, someone else, your car or your warranty doing it. Please be safe, be responsible and unless you know what you're doing, do not fool around with very serious machinery just because you've seen us make it look so easy. Talk to a qualified mechanic if you are in any doubt.