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Old Aug 21, 2012, 01:30 PM
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Got the dust seals (from Turbokits) on, that were missing for the injectors...

Hackish, WHERE'S MY REFLASH?!

I haven't even got to the purchasing the piping part of this build yet, not to mention the installation, but am excited nonetheless to install the fuel management steps and NA flash while I'm waiting!

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Originally Posted by CrAnSwIcK View Post
...did they mention anything about using longer fuel rail bolts? i used bolts that were 5mm longer...
I spoke with Turbokits, and Jesse isn't aware of Brent having to have used longer fuel rail bolts with the spacers on his kit, although, this isn't confirmed yet. I just called Brent and left a message.

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Whatever Jessie sent you id good rest assured it is the right parts. The injectors I am running from Turbo Kits is spot on.
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there's weird stuff like torque limiters and stuff, i'm sure hackish will get it straight away...i'm still waiting on the editor, i'm tuned and loving it, but i got a big 16g and a boost controller in my garage


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I spoke with Turbokits, and Jesse isn't aware of Brent having to have used longer fuel rail bolts with the spacers on his kit, although, this isn't confirmed yet. I just called Brent and left a message.
the total length may be the same, but maybe how deep the injector is recessed in the rail, or the nozzle end in the intake manifold is different...i needed longer bolts with the wrx injectors...
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Like i've said in the past, I'm really new to all this, but have you all seen this write up by this Russian guy on forced induction? The thread gets interesting from the start after he lists the 4g69's specifications:

"If you leave the stock parts, we can boldly say - 100 HP per liter volume. Go back to step 1. The volume of 2378cc. Thus, the safe capacity will reach 238 hp. A further increase will require strengthening of the engine and the transmission."

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"You think 210 HP is very little? Believe me, it will be a very fast car. Is much faster than a stock V6. Because it is important not only power as such. We must take into account the weight of the vehicle and a gear ratio gearbox. I stopped at the power of 210 HP."


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My car has been running with about 250hp now for about 2 years. I am on stock internals and stock trans, and trust I am not easy on the car. All in the name of R&D....ok and some fun....

Originally Posted by truthdweller View Post
Like i've said in the past, I'm really new to all this, but have you all seen this write up by this Russian guy on forced induction? The thread gets interesting from the start after he lists the 4g69's specifications:

"If you leave the stock parts, we can boldly say - 100 HP per liter volume. Go back to step 1. The volume of 2378cc. Thus, the safe capacity will reach 238 hp. A further increase will require strengthening of the engine and the transmission."

or this...

"You think 210 HP is very little? Believe me, it will be a very fast car. Is much faster than a stock V6. Because it is important not only power as such. We must take into account the weight of the vehicle and a gear ratio gearbox. I stopped at the power of 210 HP."


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300+whp was achieved with stock interns and even the stock clutch by thunder-rush some years back. But that Russian guy is on it , I've watched his work through club4g and he is constantly welding something although it's for the 4g69 galant
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I found the turn around time quite impressive from his first to last post. How did he tune it ?
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All he said was wrote a file via reflash. He doesn't speak English he uses a translator so it might not be 100%
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Originally Posted by lanzerralliart View Post
300+whp was achieved with stock interns and even the stock clutch by thunder-rush some years back.
This makes me think of the cliche': "You can do anything once" but how long would the engine last @ 300+whp? Two years @ 250 is much more impressive!


But that Russian guy is on it , I've watched his work through club4g and he is constantly welding something although it's for the 4g69 galant
Again, beautiful!


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Nice dude... I'm picking up some turbo parts tomorrow if I don't get caught up working on this customers car
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Originally Posted by truthdweller View Post
This makes me think of the cliche': "You can do anything once" but how long would the engine last @ 300+whp? Two years @ 250 is much more impressive!

I keep forgetting your sportback is auto, for your situation 250 is much safer.
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Originally Posted by lanzerralliart View Post
I keep forgetting your sportback is auto, for your situation 250 is much safer.
Really? If I'm not mistaken, a 4g69 on a MT is the same as that on an AT. Were talking engines not tranny's. With 300whp on a 2378cc 4g69 MIVEC engine with stock internals, my limited knowledge would venture to guess that it wouldn't last long. Just like the EVO that reached 1000+ whp...they were blowing up engines to reach that mark, but for practicality purposes, such that Brent's car has proven...NOT!

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