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Old 04-18-17, 05:23 AM   #671
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I'd love some 272 BC but I feel like not messing with my heads. more of a headache (pun intended)
That's the thing for me too, I don't know if I really want to delve into head work lol
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Old 04-18-17, 05:34 AM   #672
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Would you consider a spoolinator rather than going rotated? Nice boost levels you are running i thought IAG would up my boost more as well but they kept it at 22, aaying that was optimal for what I have. Not sure why such a huge difference between the dom 2.5 and 3, but hey, I go with what the experts say
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Old 04-18-17, 05:36 AM   #673
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That's the thing for me too, I don't know if I really want to delve into head work lol


I go back and forth on that one too... would be nice to have that increased rev range for that once or twice you may need it but its probably only worthwhile with a much stronger setup
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Old 04-18-17, 05:41 AM   #674
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Would you consider a spoolinator rather than going rotated? Nice boost levels you are running i thought IAG would up my boost more as well but they kept it at 22, aaying that was optimal for what I have. Not sure why such a huge difference between the dom 2.5 and 3, but hey, I go with what the experts say
Initially, I really was thinking about the spoolinator, It's impressive to say the least. But having done the DOM 2.5 stock location I can't even put into words my disdain for stock location with regards to maintenance.

You're running E85 right? I'm almost positive I've asked you this before.


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I go back and forth on that one too... would be nice to have that increased rev range for that once or twice you may need it but its probably only worthwhile with a much stronger setup
Right. I waffle on it at least once a week LOL. If I could find a decent set of "drop-in" cams, I would probably do that. Is that even a thing in the Subaru world, I feel like 272+ there is work required to make clearance for the cams.
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Yup, I am running E-85 yes. I will probably do my first oil change only running e-85 today and send it in for analysis. I think i am close to somewhere in the 1.8-2k range on it now.

Different question, are you still using that turbo blanket? I have a cobb heat shield but the clearance is so small that i get that heat shield rattle very frequently, so I am probably going to remove it in the next couple days
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Yup, I am running E-85 yes. I will probably do my first oil change only running e-85 today and send it in for analysis. I think i am close to somewhere in the 1.8-2k range on it now.

Different question, are you still using that turbo blanket? I have a cobb heat shield but the clearance is so small that i get that heat shield rattle very frequently, so I am probably going to remove it in the next couple days
Yeah, I like the blanket a lot. Should be interesting to see how summer goes with ambient temps. My sensor is on the same side as the turbo
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Cool thx. Will have a look at it. Yes agree on the temps. I noticed your temps on the screenshot and found that interesting, because mine registered exactly the same yesterday for the first time since winter and I was thinking about that. Will be interesting to see what temps user will hit this summer with the closed deck he is running. If i ever start looking at changing again i will probably get that same block, which is why I am interested.
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Cool thx. Will have a look at it. Yes agree on the temps. I noticed your temps on the screenshot and found that interesting, because mine registered exactly the same yesterday for the first time since winter and I was thinking about that. Will be interesting to see what temps user will hit this summer with the closed deck he is running. If i ever start looking at changing again i will probably get that same block, which is why I am interested.
I'm going to start monitoring IAT's soon.

I literally kick myself every day for not going closed deck. I think like 3 weeks after I got my block, the closed deck became the same price as what I bought. LOL
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I hit 209 coolant when it was 100 out on my closed deck in September :/
Right now I'm between 178 and 194 with IATs of 4 above ambient on cruise and up to 20 above on WOT rips.


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I've gotten to 196 in my non-closed deck with like high 60's. Haha I was told fans come on at 205, if I hit 210 start to get concerned if it doesn't look like it's coming back down.
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