Mud flap friday! i'll update photo bucket once i sanitize the other pics if they got my tags (tinfoil - ROFL) Overall, it was pretty straight forward, a couple of "monkey scratch head" moments and then i was rocking and rolling.
i learned a lot, which i already knew - ALWAYS, double check your work. i know this being a Senior NCO Medic and my first job in the Army was a Generator Mechanic. but you know how it goes... "I got dis" LOL.
they found a leak (i'm assuming it was the T adapter because i didn't secure it) near the BPV and another at the inlet. i know i've taking that intercooler off at least 6 times w/o even thinking to check my ish. moving on. made 249whp and 288 ft pounds (if i read it wrong, let me know).
Cobb SF intake + box, Cobb Downpipe. no other mods. peak boost is 19psi and tapering to off to (i'm assuming) 14ish (sound right?). i haven't taken any logs. which is funny because that's where i was at before this whole mess started with the off the shelf map. but no biggie. i needed a reason to get a dyno.
i am also hopefully going to wrastle the RA mud flaps this weekend.
Boost sounds about right. I'm tuning a '12 WRX hatch now. K&N intake (now stock), Invidia catless DP, CNT catback. It wouldnt hit below 19psi, it was mechanically creeping. Putting the stock airbox on calmed it down a lot. Boost is now set at 18.5 psi tapering to about 14. Boost is still giving me fits and starts in the midrange though, next thing I'm having him do is a boost leak test.
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