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This is a discussion on ClubWRX 1/4 Mile Ranking List within the Motorsport Stickies forums, part of the Motorsports Talk category; Originally Posted by YBNormal07 List updated. Sorry I missed your entry. Yay...outta 'de top ten! A "massive" 26 entries now. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by YBNormal07 View Post
    List updated. Sorry I missed your entry.

    Yay...outta 'de top ten!

    A "massive" 26 entries now.
    Quite alright, I ninja turtle edited it recently for proper form. I'm sure i'll be out of the top 10 soon enough.
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    What happened to my times? You have the 12.6 in my WRX higher up in the list than faster times, and my RS time is gone. Here's my quickest RS time again.

    12.283 SEC / 114.59 MPH / 1.926 60 ft / ~sea level / 1999 / Impreza RS / IMPREZvWRX

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    Sorry about that. I just edited the list for duplicates, and used the name to crop what I thought were duplicates.

    I'll add your RS back in
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    13.67 sec/ 98.6 mph / 1.81 60 ft / 753 ft / 2005 / Subaru STI / BrianMB

    Track Conditions: 86* / 35% humidity

    Car Mods: (only things done)
    EMS: ap stg 1
    Weight Reduc: no trunk stuff except the water spray

    Driver:
    Experience: got the car end of April, lol, drove 1/4 mile once before.
    Launch: rev up, let go the clutch
    Shift: tried to be fast, lifted the throttle.

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    List updated.
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    13.172 SEC / 103.63 MPH / 1.85 60 ft / Approx Sea Level / 2007 / Subaru STi / 07EJ257

    a. Intake: SPT w/ heatshield and custom ram

    b. Exhaust: 3" DP with Stock CBE

    c. EMS: XPT Stage 2 w/ 20PSI

    d. Turbo modificiations: Stock

    e. Engine modifications: Perrin Radiator Shroud

    f. Drivetrain Modifications: Stock w/ 33psi tires

    g. Weight Reduction: None, I weight 220lbs lol

    h. (NEW): Gas Octane: 93

    i. Suspension: JDM strut bars

    j. DRIVER MODS:
    1. 2 years of experience
    2. Launch method: Aggressive slip of the clutch
    3. Shift method:
    Fast: Throttle is lifted/clutch is engaged, but very quickly
    ::XPT Stage 2::12.9 @ 105::
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    Quote Originally Posted by 07EJ257 View Post
    13.172 SEC / 103.63 MPH / 1.85 60 ft / Approx Sea Level / 2007 / Subaru STi / 07EJ257

    a. Intake: SPT w/ heatshield and custom ram

    b. Exhaust: 3" DP with Stock CBE

    c. EMS: XPT Stage 2 w/ 20PSI

    d. Turbo modificiations: Stock

    e. Engine modifications: Perrin Radiator Shroud

    f. Drivetrain Modifications: Stock w/ 33psi tires

    g. Weight Reduction: None, I weight 220lbs lol

    h. (NEW): Gas Octane: 93

    i. Suspension: JDM strut bars

    j. DRIVER MODS:
    1. 2 years of experience
    2. Launch method: Aggressive slip of the clutch
    3. Shift method:
    Fast: Throttle is lifted/clutch is engaged, but very quickly
    List updated. It would seem you should have a bit quicker time, and certainly a higher trap with an XPT Stage 2 setup. Were you mild or aggressive on the run?
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    Quote Originally Posted by YBNormal07 View Post
    List updated. It would seem you should have a bit quicker time, and certainly a higher trap with an XPT Stage 2 setup. Were you mild or aggressive on the run?
    Mildly. I dont use LC and I dont FFS. I did turn around and run two 12.9s the last time I went with the same mods. The 13.1 was the first trip to the track on Stage 2 so Im starting to settle in and get used to it. PLus I think when I get a legit turboback instead of running through the stock catback I should open up alittle more too. Heres the 12.9 run.

    12.938 SEC / 105.10 MPH / 1.79 60 ft / Approx Sea Level / 2007 / Subaru STi / 07EJ257

    a. Intake: SPT w/ heatshield and custom ram

    b. Exhaust: 3" DP with Stock CBE

    c. EMS: XPT Stage 2 w/ 20PSI

    d. Turbo modificiations: Stock

    e. Engine modifications: Perrin Radiator Shroud

    f. Drivetrain Modifications: Stock w/ 33psi tires

    g. Weight Reduction: None, I weight 220lbs lol

    h. (NEW): Gas Octane: 93

    i. Suspension: JDM strut bars

    j. DRIVER MODS:
    1. 2 years of experience
    2. Launch method: Aggressive slip of the clutch
    3. Shift method:
    Fast: Throttle is lifted/clutch is engaged, but very quickly
    ::XPT Stage 2::12.9 @ 105::
    Hawk-Eye Alliance # 9 2 2 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by YBNormal07 View Post
    List updated. It would seem you should have a bit quicker time, and certainly a higher trap with an XPT Stage 2 setup. Were you mild or aggressive on the run?
    That is the first thing I thought as well. A lot of potential here

    Quote Originally Posted by 07EJ257 View Post
    Mildly. I dont use LC and I dont FFS. I did turn around and run two 12.9s the last time I went with the same mods. The 13.1 was the first trip to the track on Stage 2 so Im starting to settle in and get used to it. PLus I think when I get a legit turboback instead of running through the stock catback I should open up alittle more too. Heres the 12.9 run.
    A little bit better...you should still be able to get down into 12.7s with an XPT map. I ran a 12.73 at 107mph on the OTS Cobb Stage 2 map (also without LC and FFS). I suggest you run your tires at a little higher pressure (36-38psi) on all 4 corners. This will help generate a little more wheel spin/hop which is better for a quicker launch. With an AWD car, sometimes having too much contact patch with less pressure can bog and cause too much grip...just a suggestion

    PS...you may be right with the CBE as well...that will open things up in the top end a bit to help the flow in the high RPMs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    I suggest you run your tires at a little higher pressure (36-38psi) on all 4 corners. This will help generate a little more wheel spin/hop which is better for a quicker launch.
    More spin could help, but you'd never want wheel hop. It puts a ton of shock on the entire drivetrain.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    With an AWD car, sometimes having too much contact patch with less pressure can bog and cause too much grip...
    When drag racing, if you bog out your problem is not too much grip, the problem is not enough power.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 07EJ257 View Post
    Mildly. I dont use LC and I dont FFS. I did turn around and run two 12.9s the last time I went with the same mods. The 13.1 was the first trip to the track on Stage 2 so Im starting to settle in and get used to it. PLus I think when I get a legit turboback instead of running through the stock catback I should open up alittle more too. Heres the 12.9 run.

    12.938 SEC / 105.10 MPH / 1.79 60 ft / Approx Sea Level / 2007 / Subaru STi / 07EJ257

    a. Intake: SPT w/ heatshield and custom ram

    b. Exhaust: 3" DP with Stock CBE

    c. EMS: XPT Stage 2 w/ 20PSI

    d. Turbo modificiations: Stock

    e. Engine modifications: Perrin Radiator Shroud

    f. Drivetrain Modifications: Stock w/ 33psi tires

    g. Weight Reduction: None, I weight 220lbs lol

    h. (NEW): Gas Octane: 93

    i. Suspension: JDM strut bars

    j. DRIVER MODS:
    1. 2 years of experience
    2. Launch method: Aggressive slip of the clutch
    3. Shift method:
    Fast: Throttle is lifted/clutch is engaged, but very quickly
    Use your LC...you'll be amazed at the results. Much less shock to the power train too.

    Your trap will be limited by the stock CB, which I didn't notice earlier in your mod list. If anything, get the resonator out of the way with a straight pipe and you'll be golden (and a lot louder).

    As noted above, a bit higher tire pressure won't hurt...I ran from 38-42 psi, depending on weather conditions. Makes for an ungodly need for an immediate 1-2 upshift, but once you are ready for it, it becomes second nature.

    Keep up posted.

    Updated the list with your new time.
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    Thanks for the suggestions guys. Ill definitely bump up the pressure alittle. Ive almost saved up for a catback. Should be in in a week or two.

    Also what my friend was telling me was that I may be shifting out of my powerband. I was shifting around 7100 but suggested I shift alittle earlier at 6600 or so. What do you guys think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 07EJ257 View Post
    Thanks for the suggestions guys. Ill definitely bump up the pressure alittle. Ive almost saved up for a catback. Should be in in a week or two.

    Also what my friend was telling me was that I may be shifting out of my powerband. I was shifting around 7100 but suggested I shift alittle earlier at 6600 or so. What do you guys think?
    I agree with that as well...by the time you hit 7100rpms, your boost is already beginning to taper off...so you want to shift while you're still boosting well, that way you stay in full boost for the entire run
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    ****. Ill have to try that out. See what ETs I can hit. Should be about 2 weeks on the catback. So Ill throw her on and reattempt.
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    If you do short shift at 6600 rpm, make sure it is an aggressive shift as your rpms will drop off quicker than when shifting at 7100.
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