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Apetron's EQ Built 2007 STI Element GT52, E85 - 419whp/465ft-lbs

Old 06-19-2011, 12:18 PM
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Apetron's 2007 STI Flared, E85, Lots of Carbon - 422whp/457ft-lbs

Hey All -

Here is my ongoing progress and work on my 2007 STI.

I bought the car new in April of 2007, and have slowly been working on it over the course of the past 6 years.

Car went from mostly stock, to stage 2, to stage 2 with E85, to fully built, to fully built and sleeved so far.

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Engine:

Element Tuning GT52 turbo
Injector Dynamics 2000cc Injectors
CP 100mm pistons
ACL rod bearings
Manley I beam rods
Darton Big Boy sleeves
LIC Motorsports adjustable idler pulleys
Killer B oil pickup
ARP head studs
Perrin 2.4” turbo inlet
Perrin 4bar MAP sensor
Turbo XS FMIC
Tial 50mm BOV
EQ TGV Deletes
EQ Baffled Air/Oil catch can
EQ Blow through maf setup
EQ Air Pump Block Off Plates
Hallman MBC
Custom short ram 3" Intake
Aeromotive Fuel Pump (E85 Compliant)
Golan in-line fuel filter (E85 Compliant)
Cobb AP v2.0
Tomei EL Headers
Invidia Catless DP
Tomei Full Titanium exhaust
Cosworth Billet timing belt guide
Killer B alternator cover
Killer B radiator shroud
B-Line Motorsports top mount oil cooler
Koyo Aluminum Radiator
E85 full tune

Drivetrain:
RPS Street Max clutch
ACT Street Lite flywheel
Kartboy Short Shifter
Kartboy Shifter bushing kit (front and rear)
STI Group N engine mounts
STI Group N transmission mount
Whiteline Steering Rack Bushings
Whiteline Rear Differential Bushings
Beatrush Pitch Stop Mount
Cusco Master Cylinder Brace

Suspension:
Tein Flex coilovers
Tein EDFC
Cobb rear sway bar
Kartboy rear end links
Cusco rear strut bar
Cusco lower H brace
Cusco front strut bar
Cusco rear V-brace
Ingalls camber bolts (rear)

Wheels/Brakes:
Advan RG-D 18x10.5 +10
Hankook Ventus Evo 295/30/18
Girodisc slotted rotors front and rear
Girodisc titanium brake shims
Hawk HP-Plus Pads

Exterior:
Chargespeed Bottomline 2 kit (sides and rear carbon fiber)
Seibon carbon front lip
Carbing Carbon Fiber rear plate housing
Perrin wing stiffies
Carbon fiber rear window wing
Karlton Fender Flares
HKS/Kansai Carbon Fiber rear diffuser
APR Carbon GT Mirrors
APR Carbon canards
Blacked out headlights


Interior:

Bride Brix II seats and rails
Bride rear seat
Arai Motorsport Carbon Fiber door cards. (Only LHD set ever made)
Carbon Fiber door sills
Werkshop Carbon Fiber center console
Werkshop Carbon Fiber vent rings
JDM Red Hazard button
Sparco 3” 4 point harnesses
Sparco Harness Bar
STI black floormats
Prosport Boost Gauge
Prosport Oil Pressure Gauge
Innovate Motorsports Wideband AFR
Blox Iridium 16oz shift ****
JPM Coachworks Alcantara shift boot
DAMD D-Shaped Steering Wheel
Pioneer AVH-P8400BH Touch Screen Head Unit
Polk 5.25" 2 way coaxial speakers front and rear












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Old 06-19-2011, 03:03 PM
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Nice car!!!I just went through the same Crap as you, #4 ringland. But the new power must be worth the troubles..Always wandered who owned that Sti @Eq..
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Very nice! That's about the atp 3076 turbo right?
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Looks amazing!! That turbo is the same as a ato 3076 right?
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Originally Posted by 04caliwrx View Post
Looks amazing!! That turbo is the same as a ato 3076 right?
Similar, however you have a 3" inlet and your hotside is slightly larger.

This is a 2.4" inlet and 7cm hotside.
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Wow, that's one serious build! Looks even better in person!
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Originally Posted by WRXBOOST10 View Post
Nice car!!!I just went through the same Crap as you, #4 ringland. But the new power must be worth the troubles..Always wandered who owned that Sti @Eq..
I actually had ringlands cracked on #1 and #4, burnt exhaust valve guides and seals, and my factory crank was out of spec on the #4 rod journal. (Crank was milled incorrectly from Subaru, no spun bearings or evidence of any type of damage.) Yay!
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Looks great, when you going to Infineon? We need to get a good Subaru turn out one day!
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Looks great, when you going to Infineon? We need to get a good Subaru turn out one day!
Probably not anytime soon, not into drag racing or 1/4 mile stuff really. I'll probably be up there this fall for a track day or 2 but that's probably about it.

If there was a huge group going I'd maybe be up for it once just to see how it does, but other then that probably not.
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Originally Posted by apetron View Post
Similar, however you have a 3" inlet and your hotside is slightly larger.

This is a 2.4" inlet and 7cm hotside.
wow seeing you have about 420whp make me smile cause that means i can get to that also! beast!!
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Originally Posted by 04caliwrx View Post
wow seeing you have about 420whp make me smile cause that means i can get to that also! beast!!
Yea, and I am on stock headers, catted downpipe, internal wastegate, and greddy evo 2 catback which is pretty restrictive.

I think you'll be in the 450 range easily.
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Update!

Added a few new things to the car recently. (Yay tax money!)

Cusco H Brace
Cusco V-Brace (trunk)
Cusco Front sway bar
Cusco rear lower braces
Kartboy Short Shifter and bushing kit
ARP extended wheel studs
"Karlton" Fender Flares
Enkei RPF1 18x10.5 +10 (5mm spacers)
275/35/18 Star Specs
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