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Old 02-01-17, 06:55 AM   #1
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Default Good set up?

2011 sti trying to go to 325+ whp or more

Cobb downpipe
Cobb sf intake with airbox
Coob ap
Grimspeed 3 port Boost controller
Cobb fuel reg and fuel flex
Air intake temp
Cobb 1000 or 1300 injectors
Cobb 20g turbo
Process west TMIC
Walbro 255 fuel pump
SPT exhaust
Competition clutch stage 3
5w 40 rotella oil
91 and e85 gas
Dyno/protune

Any opinions? Thanks
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Old 02-01-17, 07:14 AM   #2
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Default Re: Good set up?

Clutch not needed unless it's already worn. If still good wait until it's needed. I would encourage 1300cc or 1050x injector dynamics with e85. 1300 are way overkill but stainless steel interior prohibits e85 corrosion. New 1050x use the same, but not their 1000cc's. All in all though, looks good. I would encourage ELH for equalizing temps.

Also with the temp sensor are you planning speed density or hybrid?

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Old 02-01-17, 08:38 AM   #3
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Default Re: Good set up?

Agree, but wouldn't you thing MAF not SD or hybrid at this level?
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Default Re: Good set up?

Cobb SD still uses the MAF sensor. Dedicated IAT without MAF is pointless until you go big rotated turbo.
Flex fuel package alone will exceed your target. 20G will smash that target on pump gas, why did you pick that turbo for 325whp?
I would probably use a larger 320 lph fuel pump.
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Old 02-24-17, 10:52 AM   #5
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Default Re: Good set up?

My 2011 sti with almost the same setup with stock turbo on e85 dynod 352 whp to the wheels. I went id 1000s, cobb intake, process west intercooler, fuel pump, flex fuel kit, fuel pressure regulator, perrin boost control probably some odds and ends i'm forgetting. Catless dp, cnt racing exhaust. Cobb accesport of course. But stock block and turbo we put out 352.
Also i'm running my stock clutch. No need to swap that thing out till i blow it out.


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Old 02-24-17, 11:50 AM   #6
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Why not add, ELH, up pipe and EWG?
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