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This is a discussion on Silly goats. within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; I'll be running 850s with my Green. Four cylinder engines are harder to fuel when compared to sixes. My Stealth ...

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    Registered User John M's Avatar
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    I'll be running 850s with my Green. Four cylinder engines are harder to fuel when compared to sixes. My Stealth had "only" 550s, barely 100cc over stock, yet it was almost as much capacity as four 850s because there were six of 'em.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BillFromTR View Post
    Deadbolt SZ49. I guess its a 50 trim?
    that late of a spool on a 50trim? what lb per hr wheel? .63 a/r? my t61 in a .63 spools 4k with .1 less liter displacement. (assume in the sig pic is your sti) i have 1000cc's in mine though. whats the static fuel pressure in the sti's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MengHang View Post
    How high of injectors are needed to run that baby? 650? 750???
    Im running 740's

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2004NeonSRT4 View Post
    that late of a spool on a 50trim? what lb per hr wheel? .63 a/r? my t61 in a .63 spools 4k with .1 less liter displacement. (assume in the sig pic is your sti) i have 1000cc's in mine though. whats the static fuel pressure in the sti's?
    Not sure of the a/r, but its a 49lb/hr.
    ripped from a vendor....

    Deadbolt's SZ49 is a hybrid turbo, using a clipped TD06H turbine wheel mated to a 49lb/hr compressor wheel. Deadbolt's SuperZilla SZ49 includes Deadbolt's Monster Port (TM), Black Xtreme (TM) coating on the turbine housing, and Grey ceramic on the compressor housing. The SZ49 turbo is oil and water cooled and uses normal Subaru position inlets to the coolant supply lines. Deadbolt approximates that with the appropriate modifications and tuning this turbo can sustain 30 Psi and well over 450whp! This turbo has a 2.4" inlet, which will work with a stock-sized inlet hose and is internally wastegated. This turbo qualifies for Deadbolt's Free Rebuilds for Life program
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    looks like full spool in the 3500 range which is more common in 50trim(ish) turbo. nice ride.
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    I'm no expert, but I've been told that it's better to run larger inj at less rate, than smaller ones at near max capacity. So 800cfm @ 60% is better than 650cfm @ 95%.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pavia View Post
    I'm no expert, but I've been told that it's better to run larger inj at less rate, than smaller ones at near max capacity. So 800cfm @ 60% is better than 650cfm @ 95%.

    you would be correct. but some piggyback ECU's (the safc) have a hard time pulling more then 10-15% fuel so making your choices wisely here really pays off.
    RayfieldsWRX - "You like the feel of torque steer? Interesting"
    jd92677 - "I like the idea of mashing the gas and not knowing which way the car will go."
    -02 WRX 13.8@96 stock SOLD
    -04 SRT-4 626whp SOLD.
    -04 STi 13.3@102 stock. SOLD
    -04 SRT4 388whp DD SOLD

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