Kiahatsiu's 05 Wagon: stepping it up again.

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Kiahatsiu's 05 Wagon: stepping it up again.

Postby kiahatsiu » Fri Oct 07, 2011 11:35 pm

This car has been through a few set ups, but this post now details the current details.

2005 Brilliant Silver liberty GT wagon.
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Engine
Deschele built ej257
14mm head studs
Manley pistons
Manley H rods
w20 version 10 spec C heads, reprofiled to suit ej257
Jun cams (dual avcs remains)
titaniam springs ect.
Ghetto TGV deletes
Top mount oil cooler
Enough speed flow to sink a ship/my wallet.

Turbo
Precision dual ball bearing 6262 .86 rear
Tial 44mm gate
VDO oil scavenge pump
Ghetto FMIC core with

Turbo sits on a custom made low/front mount manifold, which allows for a better dump path, a larger turbo frame, and short exhaust runners

Exhaust
Custom 3" dump into a 3" TCP exhaust system with quad tips
Wastage to ground

Fuel
ID1300 injectors
Sard Racing FPR
currently stock rails
Process West billet surge tank with 2 x Walbro 460 pumps
E85 only.

Clutch
Clutch Industries 5 puck ceramic. Awesome to drive compared to previous turd.

Gearbox
Prefacelift H6 6 speed

Brakes
Front
-STI Brembo
-Remsa pads
-Dixel rotors
Rear
-Stock GT setup
-Remsa pads
-DBA t3 rotors

Suspension
KW Coilovers
superpro LCA bushes

Wheels
Work xt07 18x8.5 +42
Advan A048r 235/45

Interior
Dynamatted to the hilt

Audio
McIntosh with
-Kicker 800w 8" sub
-Alpine 800w single channel for sub
-6.5" 8ohm drivers to replace 6" ones.
-anycar 1080

It is a simple no nonsense build with the fab work done by A&M Auto and tuned by Tony from Coyote tuning.
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Re: Kiahatsiu's 05 Wagon

Postby t.renshaw34 » Sat Oct 08, 2011 12:19 am

yummm :D, you would be loving life dude, did you not do the injectors and fuel pump when you did the turbo upgrade? thought that was the best way to get the most out of the turbo, I would say after an ECU remap and the boost turned up you would get 220 atw, maybe less as no injectors, fuel pump, silicon inlet ect.
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Re: Kiahatsiu's 05 Wagon

Postby kiahatsiu » Sat Oct 08, 2011 12:31 am

Oh, the inlet piping is all SS now, bar one silicon bend before the throttle body. As I understand it the injectors are a decent size (same as STI wrx I am lead to believe) in these contraptions. I agree the fuel pump might be an issue, but all will be revealed when it gets on the dyno with a wideband and guy who knows what he is doing.
Provided all goes well during said tune the next spending exercise will be on some panel work to rid it of 6 years of car park scars, thence suspension and brakes.
Take that account balance.
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Re: Kiahatsiu's 05 Wagon

Postby t.renshaw34 » Sat Oct 08, 2011 1:34 am

Haha "take that account balance"

Sounds good mate. You will be happy once the ecu gets remapped. Makes a massive difference, the thing that still out of all my mods that impresses me the most is when I'm going up the freeway at 110 in cruise control... Before the ecu remap I would sit at 3000-3500 rpm, after ecu remap... 2500, might seam like not much to many people but it saves me sooo much petrol :D. Only problem is... Now the Girl friend asks me to come up to her place more often so I catn play with my car in my shed :(.
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Re: Kiahatsiu's 05 Wagon

Postby coyote » Sat Oct 08, 2011 6:43 am

Do not do intake and injector changes at the same time.

Make sure your tuner rescales your maf table.

If you don't have one, buy a tatrix cable so you can monitor the tune.


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Re: Kiahatsiu's 05 Wagon

Postby coyote » Sat Oct 08, 2011 6:45 am

And get one of variable gearing tunes. They sound good.


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Re: Kiahatsiu's 05 Wagon

Postby cruisn » Sun Oct 09, 2011 7:42 am

Sounds good, but needs pics. :D
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Postby t.renshaw34 » Tue Oct 11, 2011 3:08 am

cruisn wrote:Sounds good, but needs pics. :D


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Re: Kiahatsiu's 05 Wagon

Postby kiahatsiu » Tue Oct 11, 2011 1:33 pm

Ease up lads. She needs a birthday at the panel shop first. You would be handing me over to the authorities if you saw the state of the bumpers at the moment. All going to plan I will have a dyno graph to post by Thursday.
If it make you all feel better, I won't get to drive it for 5 weeks, so my mate will get to drive it first.
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Re: Kiahatsiu's 05 Wagon

Postby coyote » Tue Oct 11, 2011 1:41 pm

Ahhh ... I was viewing on tapatalk before and didn't see your real name.

I remember you from PF.

You had an old Citroen, right?
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Re: Kiahatsiu's 05 Wagon

Postby kiahatsiu » Tue Oct 11, 2011 3:50 pm

Old triumph actually. It is still sitting in the garage, awaiting attention. I am just trying to figure out if it is worth hacking it up for roundy roundy work. Do you still keep in contact with Guido? His fiat is nearly ready in turbocharged guise!
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Re: Kiahatsiu's 05 Wagon

Postby coyote » Tue Oct 11, 2011 3:57 pm

kiahatsiu wrote:Old triumph actually.


All the same once the rust takes hold.

Speaking of which, I haven't seen nor spoken to Sam in many years.

Bahaimus and Q are the only ones I see semi regularly. Then very rarely edo, Boxer and T99.

Good to see you over on the dark side. Who is tuning your beast?
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Re: Kiahatsiu's 05 Wagon

Postby kiahatsiu » Tue Oct 11, 2011 4:50 pm

Northside 4x4, on recommendation of A&Mauto.
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Re: Kiahatsiu's 05 Wagon

Postby coyote » Tue Oct 11, 2011 6:21 pm

That's interesting. Other than being where Pulse's little northern adventure took place, I didn't know they were doing any tuning.

Just make sure they don't lock your ecu.
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Re: Kiahatsiu's 05 Wagon

Postby 50BIE » Tue Oct 18, 2011 9:11 am

Spotted your car on the hoist up at AMauto a couple of weeks back, definitely needs some TLC from the paint n panel shop, good to see you have plans to bring it back up to scratch.
Whats happening with your old turbo?
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