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Old 11-05-2013, 08:50 PM   #18
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I think the STi is a great looking car personally, not the newer ones, but from 04 to 07 the wide-bodies were killin it. OP, you should take him from a roll now as stated. If he gets to the point of swapping turbos and such, look out.
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Old 11-06-2013, 05:08 PM   #19
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I had a st2 STI....yeah...gonna take vht and dr's to take off like that...but you will catch him. Lotta shifting in a STI.

He doesn't need vht, I have beaten a full bolt on tuned Evo 9 from dig with just nt05r's and no burnout. It's dead even to 60 but walk away past that.

The OP has a faster Camaro then I do.
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Old 11-06-2013, 10:03 PM   #20
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He doesn't need vht, I have beaten a full bolt on tuned Evo 9 from dig with just nt05r's and no burnout. It's dead even to 60 but walk away past that.

The OP has a faster Camaro then I do.
Your car is a low 12 sec +110mph car ?
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Old 11-07-2013, 12:06 AM   #21
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Yeah, you will be killed from a dig but eventually catch up (over 100 MPH). A roll race from 30 MPH would be interesting though.
Like others said, a higher stall converter, DR's, and possibly 3.91 gears will cut your 60' time dramatically. Add a cam and your car becomes a beast. Then there's heads, forced induction, etc.....
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Old 11-07-2013, 06:42 AM   #22
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Your car is a low 12 sec +110mph car ?
there are autos that go low 12s with just bolt ons and drag radials ive seen one do a 12.3 with just that.
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Old 11-07-2013, 06:43 AM   #23
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Yeah, you will be killed from a dig but eventually catch up (over 100 MPH). A roll race from 30 MPH would be interesting though.
Like others said, a higher stall converter, DR's, and possibly 3.91 gears will cut your 60' time dramatically. Add a cam and your car becomes a beast. Then there's heads, forced induction, etc.....
yeah the stall and gears are probably next, the cam and FI i cant swing right now especially FI lol
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Old 11-07-2013, 09:29 AM   #24
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I say all this given info will help you win for sure! I would say run him the way you sit and see how it pans out! I like to jump or try and always out light awd cars. Be surprised at how the light will help
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Old 11-07-2013, 07:01 PM   #25
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my mods and hp are in my sig. my buddies 2013 STi put down 305whp and 275wtq on a mustang dyno. his mods are full turbo back exhaust, intake, and tune. who do you got? and should i race him from a roll or a dig?
Just raced one not that long ago and made a thread.

http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=322967

Not sure if 2005 is a lot different but the guy I raced was claiming low 12's and 330awhp.

Wasnt impressed.
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Old 11-07-2013, 07:40 PM   #26
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Just raced one not that long ago and made a thread.

http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=322967

Not sure if 2005 is a lot different but the guy I raced was claiming low 12's and 330awhp.

Wasnt impressed.
yeah stage 2 isnt that crazy but once you do fuel pump and injectors and an E85 tune they will make around 400whp so im thinking i should take him but once he does like another 800 in mods im screwed lol until i do my tranny mods and a cam
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Old 11-08-2013, 09:43 AM   #27
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http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GfDZ_cIHSJo

So earlier this year I raced my brother in law's STI with my SS, watch the video. We raced 4 to 5 times and he never came close. Here's the deal, the STI with those mods is a low 13 second car. My SS was setup similar to yours and was running street tires. His best run is 13.4, I've seen a few in the high 12.90's however they have extensive mods. As far as getting smoked out of the hole, it's all about driver....
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there are autos that go low 12s with just bolt ons and drag radials ive seen one do a 12.3 with just that.
for sure

i went 12.3 the other night with just bolt ons and 20" drag radials...no stall.
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So earlier this year I raced my brother in law's STI with my SS, watch the video. We raced 4 to 5 times and he never came close. Here's the deal, the STI with those mods is a low 13 second car. My SS was setup similar to yours and was running street tires. His best run is 13.4, I've seen a few in the high 12.90's however they have extensive mods. As far as getting smoked out of the hole, it's all about driver....
nice, walked him!
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i went 12.3 the other night with just bolt ons and 20" drag radials...no stall.
thats sick nice times
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Old 11-08-2013, 06:58 PM   #31
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The older sedan models are the fastest ones. Also, "stage 2" is very broad. Depending on the supporting modifications a stage 2 car will make anywhere from 270awhp to 350awhp.
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The older sedan models are the fastest ones. Also, "stage 2" is very broad. Depending on the supporting modifications a stage 2 car will make anywhere from 270awhp to 350awhp.
very true but most people agree stage 2 means intake, turbo back exhaust and a dyno tune. stage 3 is usually intake, headers, turbo back exhaust, fuel pump and injectors and a dyno. stage 2 for most sti's will put u around 320ish and stage 3 will put you near 400 especially if your on an E85 tune. E85 is the key after doing the injectors and fuel pump, that is a huge gain for subaru guys (or any forced inductions imports for the most part).
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Old 11-14-2013, 09:31 AM   #33
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My shop considers a "full" stage 2 for my evo as follows:
intake
Upper and lower intercooler piping
electronic boost controller
bigger front mount
recirculating downpipe
hi-flow cat or test pipe
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nets around 375 awhp (plus or minus a few).

With those mods he has, I think you got him, especially if he can't launch well. You still will have to play catchup from a dig but you should have him after 60.
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STI, every time I see one run there lucky to get into the 12s but everyone talks how fast they are. The ones I have raced are strong on the low end, but really fall short on any kind of speed and end up being cars behind. Although I did see one running 12.30s over the summer, he must have been very modded.
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