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Old 04-08-13, 06:54 AM   #251
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I put those TiC bushings in long ago, and they fit fine back then.
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Old 05-21-13, 09:44 PM   #252
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Replaced the DW 320 lph pump for a Walbro 400 today. Need to go out and rescale as it's pretty rich at higher. Loads in OL.

As soon as I get my plates for the S2000 from Arizona, I'll finish up the rest of the parts I have for install and just enjoy the car. The STi has great power, but I find the S2000 to be more fun to drive.
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Old 05-24-13, 09:55 PM   #253
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Got a chance to make a couple pulls in my car after putting in the Walbro 400. It originally was extremely rich at high load, but after a couple changes, it's just a little bit rich. More boost and timing will be added when I get a chance to put a few hours into the car from the passenger seat. The S2000 is extremely fun to drive, but this thing makes some good torque!

3rd gear pull (connection hiccup didn't show up to 7k RPM), I'll need to drop timing sooner.
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Old 05-25-13, 05:20 AM   #254
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Looks pretty good overall though. What did you say you were going to raise boost to? I wish I could've shown up yesterday, but unfortunately I had a prior plan. Next month though!

Dat boost curve....
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Old 06-09-13, 08:50 PM   #255
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I will probably take it up to 24-25 PSI, but I'll need to upgrade the MAP sensor for that. I haven't had a chance to actually tune it as I've been tuning other peoples cars. Once I finally receive my plates for the S2000, I will take the STi down for new motor/trans mounts, pickup tube, windage tray, and the last few bushings I have left, then I'll take some time to tune it. After this past Friday, I really want to get this out to MAM to see what it will run. If the stock clutch can take it, it should have no problem getting deep into the 7's.
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Old 06-10-13, 03:52 PM   #256
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That's up there for sure. And yeah, you have been busy with other people's cars; I remember what you said about that, heh. I'd for sure like to get to the point you're at with replacing all the bushings and the like. At the same time I do the first oil change which is coming up soon, I plan to have the Killer B bits as well. After being at MAM, I'm sure you're anxious to run for sure. Into the 7's I agree...I just hope to be there to see it!
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Old 07-01-13, 06:25 PM   #257
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Was feeling a bit blue today...

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Old 07-01-13, 08:59 PM   #258
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What motor/trans mounts are you looking into getting?

I just finished installing the Beatrush transmission mount to compliment my Beatrush motor mounts & I couldn't be happier. It actually has made it feel more torquey & the nvh is barely noticeable.
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Old 07-01-13, 09:13 PM   #259
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I bought a set of Group-N motor and transmission mounts. My buddies Cusco mounts do not vibrate anything, but the transmission noise is quite loud, and it got louder after about 1k miles. My car is pretty quiet (seriously) and smooth and I'm trying to keep that. I don't do much drag racing, so I'm going to give these a go.

His car feels great launching, but considering my buddy C.J. is running 10's with his stock long block on the Group-N motor mounts (stock trans mount, IIRC), they should last me a good while.
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Old 07-02-13, 05:32 AM   #260
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Wow! 10's on the stock long block and group-n mounts... I get some (diff?) gear whine at 40mph, but I'm not sure which part of the TiC comfort sexy rear end was most responsible for that. Lockdown bolts? Outrigger bushings?

What are your thoughts on the windage tray?
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