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    2012 swp 472 whp 426 torque , blouch dom 3.0xtr 1000 cc injectors manlel pistons rods cosworth cams stock bore and stroke, aeromotive fp iag fuel rails egr tgv deletes perrin fmic hella horns rally armour flaps mishimotor rad header ewg cattless dp invida n1 race cusco strut bar and adjustable lcs bcbr coils work xd9 18x10 + 18 egt wideband oil pressure and temp and boost kart boy short throw im sure im missing things but the car is getting the bay wire tucked and shaved

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    That sounds pretty healthy. Is there a dyno plot (just for kicks)?


    I'm not loving the wheels and especially the tires that don't fit correctly, but that is just me - looks great.
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    I know theres gonna be Amor of hate on the wheels but I don't daily it so idc really I wanna get different wheel and tire combo anyway , want work meister s3

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    Wow - it takes a while to get there but then it never quits. Thanks for posting.
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    Yea the lag sucks , after the tuck and shave I'm gonna go rotated and try to reduce alot of lag

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    The bottom dark line is iags tune and the top dark line is the retune from a local shop I got

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    Quote Originally Posted by mycologist View Post
    That sounds pretty healthy. Is there a dyno plot (just for kicks)?


    I'm not loving the wheels and especially the tires that don't fit correctly, but that is just me - looks great.
    Agree

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    I want to have a fast car too....

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    Build it

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    soon. Not on this car...I'll wait until I get an STI.
    This one I'm still struggling to play catch up with mainenance from the last owners who beat it to hell

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    Quote Originally Posted by devyn339 View Post
    Amor of hate
    Love of hate...how poetic!

    On a serious note, a question for the more experienced amongst us, and I sorta know the answer but am looking for it to get spelled out for me

    Generally, as you go up in turbo size, do see the powerband shift more to the right like this?
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    That's a lot of power to put on stretched tires lol.

    At least you know people would say something about it. Car looks great otherwise!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calvinball View Post
    Generally, as you go up in turbo size, do see the powerband shift more to the right like this?
    Yup! You can learn a lot about a turbo just by looking at the size of the compressor wheel. While there is another wheel in there, the compressor is a fairly easy reference. I'd assume the cosworth cams are pretty large compared to stock as well, which will likewise move the chart to the right.

    Dom3 is a pretty large turbo for a non-rotated setup. I'd expect some decent improvements in both power and safety going to a rotated setup - whether the dyno shows it or not.

    EDIT: +1 on the wheel hate. At least get tires that fit correctly. Kinda silly having that much power on stretched tires like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heide264
    I'd assume the cosworth cams are pretty large compared to stock as well, which will likewise move the chart to the right.
    The powerband makes me think he's running the S2 (278/274) cams. Something more along the lines of Kelford 264s or GSC S1s (266/264) would be a little more conducive to a turbo of that size. If this is a stop-gap turbo, it would explain the large cam choice.
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