Supercharger Systems - 4GEN 2.5i Liberty/Legacy

Re: Supercharger Systems - H4 Liberty and Legacy

Postby HyRax » Fri Mar 14, 2014 7:51 am

Very nice!
I was going to procrastinate, but I put it off...
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Re: Supercharger Systems - H4 Liberty and Legacy

Postby Tradewind » Wed Apr 02, 2014 7:50 pm

Another Raptor pressurised Legacy 2.5

This one has just gone the billet impeller and watercooling upgrade - complete new charger, plus the shmick BOV you see

The work is not yet done, hence you will find a couple of things missing in the images :)
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Re: Supercharger Systems - H4 Liberty and Legacy

Postby Jiyujin » Mon Nov 10, 2014 5:11 pm

Hey Tim,

I sent you a pm about 2 weeks ago and was wondering what your thoughts were regarding the temperature, and also literature on the SC for my H4.
Hope to hear from you.

Cheers,
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Re: Supercharger Systems - H4 Liberty and Legacy

Postby Tradewind » Mon Nov 10, 2014 5:19 pm

Jiyujin wrote:Hey Tim,

I sent you a pm about 2 weeks ago and was wondering what your thoughts were regarding the temperature, and also literature on the SC for my H4.
Hope to hear from you.

Cheers,
Al



Hi Al

I saw it come in someplace and forgot where I saw it, thought it was FB and searched everywhere, just checked PMs here, cant find it here either.

Can you PM me again and let me know whether its FB or here pls
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Re: Supercharger Systems - H4 Liberty and Legacy

Postby Jiyujin » Mon Nov 10, 2014 5:48 pm

Tradewind wrote:
Jiyujin wrote:Hey Tim,

I sent you a pm about 2 weeks ago and was wondering what your thoughts were regarding the temperature, and also literature on the SC for my H4.
Hope to hear from you.

Cheers,
Al



Hi Al

I saw it come in someplace and forgot where I saw it, thought it was FB and searched everywhere, just checked PMs here, cant find it here either.

Can you PM me again and let me know whether its FB or here pls


Hey Tim,

I sent it through here, will resend it again.

Cheers,
Al
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Re: Supercharger Systems - H4 Liberty and Legacy

Postby Tradewind » Mon Nov 10, 2014 6:00 pm

Hmm

I just posted the numbers here and answer - oh well here I go again lol

Oil Temp 91 degrees C
Coolant temp 96 degrees C
Intake Air Temp 37 degrees C

What rpm were these numbers taken at?

The intake air is a sweet temp

The other 2 are likely typical for the engine if its doing some real work. If you wanted to lower the coolant temp you could install a lower temp thermostat.


Here are the typical numbers for a WRX - normal oil temps are around 210-220F or so, and around 240ish with hard driving. Your SC engine is actually cooler than the temp range indicated here for the turbo factory engine
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Re: Supercharger Systems - H4 Liberty and Legacy

Postby Jiyujin » Mon Nov 10, 2014 6:27 pm

These were at idle around 6-700 rpm..still having some issues with stalling and idling though.
Cheers,
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Tradewind wrote:Hmm

I just posted the numbers here and answer - oh well here I go again lol

Oil Temp 91 degrees C
Coolant temp 96 degrees C
Intake Air Temp 37 degrees C

What rpm were these numbers taken at?

The intake air is a sweet temp

The other 2 are likely typical for the engine if its doing some real work. If you wanted to lower the coolant temp you could install a lower temp thermostat.


Here are the typical numbers for a WRX - normal oil temps are around 210-220F or so, and around 240ish with hard driving. Your SC engine is actually cooler than the temp range indicated here for the turbo factory engine
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Re: Supercharger Systems - H4 Liberty and Legacy

Postby Tradewind » Mon Nov 10, 2014 8:48 pm

Jiyujin wrote:These were at idle around 6-700 rpm..still having some issues with stalling and idling though.
Cheers,
Al


Tradewind wrote:Hmm

I just posted the numbers here and answer - oh well here I go again lol

Oil Temp 91 degrees C
Coolant temp 96 degrees C
Intake Air Temp 37 degrees C

What rpm were these numbers taken at?

The intake air is a sweet temp

The other 2 are likely typical for the engine if its doing some real work. If you wanted to lower the coolant temp you could install a lower temp thermostat.


Here are the typical numbers for a WRX - normal oil temps are around 210-220F or so, and around 240ish with hard driving. Your SC engine is actually cooler than the temp range indicated here for the turbo factory engine


Maybe just lock the BOV down and leave it that way for your car - will help a lot i suspect
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Re: Supercharger Systems - H4 Liberty and Legacy

Postby Tradewind » Tue Nov 11, 2014 5:26 am

BOV adjustment screw - 3mm Hex Key needed

Simply, screw the adjuster screw in the cap of the BOV all the way in until it becomes a bit firm to screw, tighten lock nut just a little

Is Nic able to assist?
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Re: Supercharger Systems - H4 Liberty and Legacy

Postby Jiyujin » Mon Jan 12, 2015 3:03 pm

Hey Tim,

Just curious to know, what amount of water is consumed by the water cooled system on a weekly basis with less than 100 kms of driving?
For H6s' and H4s' who are running a water cooled set up. Any information is appreciated!

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Re: Supercharger Systems - H4 Liberty and Legacy

Postby Tradewind » Mon Jan 12, 2015 5:54 pm

Here you go

My Impreza RS 2.5 2005 H4 supercharged with Intercooler - no liquid top up in the past 12 months.
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Re: Supercharger Systems - H4 Liberty and Legacy

Postby Jiyujin » Mon Jan 12, 2015 6:01 pm

Tradewind wrote:Here you go

My Impreza RS 2.5 2005 H4 supercharged with Intercooler - no liquid top up in the past 12 months.


Interesting....well then I've got a leak somewhere as I'm using about 100 - 200 mls of water per week ... and have no idea where it's going. :?
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Re: Supercharger Systems - H4 Liberty and Legacy

Postby 3rspecb » Mon Jan 12, 2015 8:12 pm

Check your WTA reservoir. A couple of us had issues with it leaking. Mines been good since i introduced it to silicon. :wink: Also double check your water lines and connections.
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Re: Supercharger Systems - H4 Liberty and Legacy

Postby Tradewind » Mon Jan 12, 2015 8:48 pm

All good points

The system (Intercooler)only retains a couple of Raptor parts, the previous owner changed most parts for much larger items, difficult to know where the issue could potentially be
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Re: Supercharger Systems - H4 Liberty and Legacy

Postby Tradewind » Thu Feb 12, 2015 7:38 am

Another Liberty H4 2.5i joined the supercharger ranks. Located in SA, he made 154kw at the wheels on 7.5psi.

Might post some pics and dyno chart later
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