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Got it Rex's flex 85 tuning on liberty

Postby vinshonz » Mon Jul 23, 2018 11:12 pm

Got it Rex just announce they can do this...

just wondering anyone done this yet? reviews?

ps. i know there was other options out there, like ECUTEK
but im more interested in this as its Open Source

-Update-

I decided to pull the pins and go Flex e85
with my mods i just needed 1000cc injectors & Zeitronix Flex Fuel Analyser Kit

Here are some results of before and after
98 tune, road tune 20psi
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98 tune + e85 tune 16psi
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I was able to get myself to Vivid Motorsport Dyno day so it was the same dyno as the 1st image
e85 16psi
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Keep in mind this is a stock motor, this is the reason why GiR decided to stick with 16psi as it made the most efficient power.
Yes i could of put in more boost, but i run the risks of you know what :roll:

The torque increase is amazing with e85
Last edited by vinshonz on Sun Sep 30, 2018 5:59 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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PnP VF52, AVO TBE into TCP-Ti Mufflers, AVO panel filter, Mishimoto TMIC, Turbosmart Kompact BOV, Kobe Silicone Intake + SFB, Kobe 340LPH pump,
Tuspeed 3Port, Exedy HD + lightened flywheel, some Whiteline bits & Corgiwerx bits, Zeitronix Flex Fuel Analyser Kit , e85/98 Flex fuel -Got it REX tuned

2007 WRX Tuned by STi 35 of 200 made
STi Spec C TMIC+ProcessWest splitter, AVO TBE, X3E Silicone Intake, APS CAI, TurboSmart Kompact, Walbro, GrimmSpeed 3 Port, DEFI gauges
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Re: Got it Rex's flex 85 tuning on liberty

Postby dan_ashcroft » Fri Jul 27, 2018 10:21 am

I know Matt/Kido can do it by adding in a flex sensor, not heard of anyone yet that has used Got it Rex.
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Re: Got it Rex's flex 85 tuning on liberty

Postby bigBADbenny » Fri Jul 27, 2018 2:31 pm

Matt has been doing virtual flex fuel for a few years now. :good:
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Re: Got it Rex's flex 85 tuning on liberty

Postby vinshonz » Fri Jul 27, 2018 5:21 pm

dan_ashcroft wrote:I know Matt/Kido can do it by adding in a flex sensor, not heard of anyone yet that has used Got it Rex.


Yes, also heard but i never seen anyone else with it, or even a review

got it rex fb post: https://www.facebook.com/gotitrex/posts ... 0512133934
260kw on e85

bigBADbenny wrote:Matt has been doing virtual flex fuel for a few years now. :good:

Yes, but that only works on stock turbo vf46.
2008 Liberty GT Tuned by STi 27 of 250 made
PnP VF52, AVO TBE into TCP-Ti Mufflers, AVO panel filter, Mishimoto TMIC, Turbosmart Kompact BOV, Kobe Silicone Intake + SFB, Kobe 340LPH pump,
Tuspeed 3Port, Exedy HD + lightened flywheel, some Whiteline bits & Corgiwerx bits, Zeitronix Flex Fuel Analyser Kit , e85/98 Flex fuel -Got it REX tuned

2007 WRX Tuned by STi 35 of 200 made
STi Spec C TMIC+ProcessWest splitter, AVO TBE, X3E Silicone Intake, APS CAI, TurboSmart Kompact, Walbro, GrimmSpeed 3 Port, DEFI gauges
TD05-18G 198.5kw on RTRs Dyno - SOLD
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Re: Got it Rex's flex 85 tuning on liberty

Postby alexeiwoody » Fri Jul 27, 2018 9:55 pm

vinshonz wrote:
bigBADbenny wrote:Matt has been doing virtual flex fuel for a few years now. :good:

Yes, but that only works on stock turbo vf46.


Exactly right. Completely different from true flex-fuel with a sensor and a setup that actually makes power.

Warwick at GIR is easily one of the best Subaru tuners in Aus right now. They're absolutely killing it with their track cars/customers and street setups. If Warwick says something works - it works.
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Re: Got it Rex's flex 85 tuning on liberty

Postby bigBADbenny » Fri Jul 27, 2018 10:41 pm

Nice:
https://m.facebook.com/gotitrex/posts/1546390512133934
Probably just under 2k tuned with a bigger pump and new bucket filter... Assuming one has all the other required supporting mods. :)
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Re: Got it Rex's flex 85 tuning on liberty

Postby vinshonz » Sun Sep 30, 2018 5:58 pm

i just updated the first post as i went flex e85 tune

dyno sheets are above, in short i made 35kw more with 4psi less :mrgreen:

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2008 Liberty GT Tuned by STi 27 of 250 made
PnP VF52, AVO TBE into TCP-Ti Mufflers, AVO panel filter, Mishimoto TMIC, Turbosmart Kompact BOV, Kobe Silicone Intake + SFB, Kobe 340LPH pump,
Tuspeed 3Port, Exedy HD + lightened flywheel, some Whiteline bits & Corgiwerx bits, Zeitronix Flex Fuel Analyser Kit , e85/98 Flex fuel -Got it REX tuned

2007 WRX Tuned by STi 35 of 200 made
STi Spec C TMIC+ProcessWest splitter, AVO TBE, X3E Silicone Intake, APS CAI, TurboSmart Kompact, Walbro, GrimmSpeed 3 Port, DEFI gauges
TD05-18G 198.5kw on RTRs Dyno - SOLD
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Re: Got it Rex's flex 85 tuning on liberty

Postby MadmanSean » Wed Oct 03, 2018 11:07 am

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Re: Got it Rex's flex 85 tuning on liberty

Postby vinshonz » Wed Oct 03, 2018 4:08 pm

MadmanSean wrote:Ooooh Sooo white and Shiny! :lol:


she ain't perfect i know some flaws :P

biggest problem i have is the faded headlights, i think its a common problem with this model :angry2:
2008 Liberty GT Tuned by STi 27 of 250 made
PnP VF52, AVO TBE into TCP-Ti Mufflers, AVO panel filter, Mishimoto TMIC, Turbosmart Kompact BOV, Kobe Silicone Intake + SFB, Kobe 340LPH pump,
Tuspeed 3Port, Exedy HD + lightened flywheel, some Whiteline bits & Corgiwerx bits, Zeitronix Flex Fuel Analyser Kit , e85/98 Flex fuel -Got it REX tuned

2007 WRX Tuned by STi 35 of 200 made
STi Spec C TMIC+ProcessWest splitter, AVO TBE, X3E Silicone Intake, APS CAI, TurboSmart Kompact, Walbro, GrimmSpeed 3 Port, DEFI gauges
TD05-18G 198.5kw on RTRs Dyno - SOLD
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Re: Got it Rex's flex 85 tuning on liberty

Postby tom_kauf » Wed Oct 03, 2018 4:23 pm

dan_ashcroft wrote:I know Matt/Kido can do it by adding in a flex sensor, not heard of anyone yet that has used Got it Rex.


Yeah, like vinshonz said, no Lib seems to actually have these from Matt/KiDo, so they basically don't exist.

bigBADbenny wrote:Matt has been doing virtual flex fuel for a few years now. :good:

His virtual flex fuel is at best very hit-and-miss. A fellow Forum Member had this tune, then switched fuels every few months (running the previous fuel down as low as possible), and it always struggled for weeks to relearn. He once went through 3 tanks of the new fuel and it still hadn't relearnt. So he gave up and just went back to his fixed 98 or E85 tune he had. It may be different for different people, but this was a basically stock Gen4 (just Exhaust excl Dump, 3Port and Fuel Pump).

Stick with Matt/KiDo's fixed E85 or 98 tunes, they're better.

vinshonz wrote:biggest problem i have is the faded headlights, i think its a common problem with this model :angry2:


I can highly recommend the 3M Headlight Refinishing Kit for about $40. I will be doing the Lib once it has a garage, but I did a 2000 Toyota and it worked great (and still clear after a few years of again being parked in the sun every day).
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Re: Got it Rex's flex 85 tuning on liberty

Postby vinshonz » Wed Oct 03, 2018 9:48 pm

so glad mine is full flex, my ecu will switch maps on the fly and can run any mixture of ethanol i want
2008 Liberty GT Tuned by STi 27 of 250 made
PnP VF52, AVO TBE into TCP-Ti Mufflers, AVO panel filter, Mishimoto TMIC, Turbosmart Kompact BOV, Kobe Silicone Intake + SFB, Kobe 340LPH pump,
Tuspeed 3Port, Exedy HD + lightened flywheel, some Whiteline bits & Corgiwerx bits, Zeitronix Flex Fuel Analyser Kit , e85/98 Flex fuel -Got it REX tuned

2007 WRX Tuned by STi 35 of 200 made
STi Spec C TMIC+ProcessWest splitter, AVO TBE, X3E Silicone Intake, APS CAI, TurboSmart Kompact, Walbro, GrimmSpeed 3 Port, DEFI gauges
TD05-18G 198.5kw on RTRs Dyno - SOLD
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