1200BHP Twin Turbo EZ30 Impreza - the build
www.011racingteam.com - 011 Racing Team presents - building the 1200BHP
Subaru Impreza EZ30 Twin turbo. Car has
been built over the course of 10 months, including all necessary chassis
work, engine and transmission build, and all other necessary mods,
including final mapping and initial try-outs.
Engine and mechanicals supplied and built by RA Motorsport, Perth,
Stay tuned for new videos featuring the detailed spec of the car and first
race trials and measured times.
9-second plumbers van vs 8-second WRX
Tony Rigoli Performance Subaru WRX racing at Heathcote Park. This car still
retains an AWD system but is using an automatic transmission vs one wild
Mitsubishi Van. The van is running a Nitrous assisted small bock V8 Chev engine.
Turbo SVX shakedown run
My T3/T04E SVX @3.5lbs of Boost goes
to the track for the first time, 1.92 60' and good down low, but running
rediculously rich up top (10.4:1 AFR :/). Also missed 4th gear, but with
some tuning and 8lbs of Boost 13's
will not be a problem :)
Subaru SVX Middle Piston Pin Installation
John gives you an inside look at how he installs the middle piston pin on
the Subaru SVX flat-6 engine at Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine.
www.engine-machining.com (949) 631-6376
Impreza 3.0R.... Ignition...
My Impreza 3.0R running finally, first fired up on sunday the 17th of
october 2010 at 0945... A lot of time has gone into this, and this car has
not been driven in 3 years!
Update here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YAegYNB6z7o
Engine: 2006 EZ30R (3.0l H6, DOHC, VVT, VVL)
ECU: Link G4 Xtreme
Vehicle: 1997 Impreza HX20-S (or 3.0R, depending on how you want to look at
The base map is probably going to be made available at some poitn for
people wanting to make this swap themselves.
There is a fair bit of 'tidying up' to do before its ready, the alternator
does not charge as the Link cannot provide the regulation signal to it, the
power steering explodes the moment it is loaded up, and the idle
configuration is all wrong as you can hear... Oh, and it probably needs an
interior, yay, more wiring!