All posts by Brett Stomps

Shift S3ctor 2016 Recap!

Great weekend at the mcminnville municipal airport here in Oregon! We lost 4th gear day one, but turned it up and shifted over the hump into 5th. Still went 177.8 mph in the standing half mile! This engine is over a year old and still keeps taking what we throw at it. Pass after pass after pass. Built and tuned by PREracing. Precision Turbo & Engine #pte6466 #turbo. Tuned on #COBB #accessport. #osgiken triple plate clutch. #turbosmart boost control. #manley internals. #preracing #fasterisbetter

Looking pretty good in the morning light!
blog-3

Zack taping up some holes for better aero.
blog-4

Ready to roll out! Was looking for 180 on this pull, came out just a tad shy.
blog-5

Last min preparations before a run.
blog-2

The leader board at the end of day #2! Second place in the sedan class but look at those speeds in AWD. Just about every one would have been a world record yesterday but 247mph in a standing 1/2 mile! Are you serous?!
blog-1

PREracing Is Now Hiring!

Like high performance cars and a great work environment? Then this is the place for you. One of Portland’s largest high performance automotive facilities is looking to add to its great team as it expands its team to include the next great team member. We are looking for a high performance automotive service technician who can bring a level of service excellence and a desire to help grow the firm.

Candidates must thrive in a fast paced technical position, display exceptional troubleshooting skills and have the ability to think outside the box. Prospective employees must demonstrate a deep knowledge and understanding of aftermarket high performance automotive systems.
Please apply at the link below and complete the Core Values Index assessment when applying for this great opportunity.

Responsibilities

  • Keeps equipment available for use by inspecting and testing vehicles; completing job specific tasks such as, engine tune-ups, trouble shooting, engine diagnostic and other job related tasks
  • Maintains vehicle functional condition by listening to operator complaints; conducting inspections; repairing engine failures; repairing mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions; replacing parts and components;
  • Verifies vehicle serviceability by conducting test drives; adjusting controls and systems.
  • Complies with state vehicle requirements by testing engine, safety, and combustion control standards.
  • Maintains vehicle appearance
  • Maintains vehicle records by recording service and repairs.
  • Keeps shop equipment operating by following operating instructions; troubleshooting breakdowns; maintaining supplies; performing preventive maintenance; calling for repairs.
  • Contains costs by evaluating service and parts options.
  • Keeps supplies ready by inventorying stock;
  • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading technical publications.
  • Accomplishes maintenance and organization mission by completing related results as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned

Preferred Qualifications

  • 5 years or more experience
  • ASE Certifications (encouraged)
  • Automotive Technician
  • Diagnosis and repair of EFI Vehicles
  • Forced Induction Systems
  • Dealership Experience
  • Welding and Fabrication
  • EFI Personal Project

If you are interested in this exciting opportunity, please click here to apply.

TAX TIME STAGE 2 PACKAGES

Attention Subaru Owners!

10% OFF ALL QUOTED SUBARU “STAGE 2” KITS

Turbo models only. 2002-2016.

Until 4/18, all quoted “Stage 2” setups at PREracing are 10% OFF. This includes, parts, installation, and a custom tune!

To be eligible for this 10% discount you must have the following quoted:

  • Intake
  • Downpipe
  • Headers and / or Upipe
  • Cat-Back Exhaust
  • EcuTek or COBB Accessport
  • Custom Tune
  • Install Labor
Q&A:
  • Q: What if I already have one of these parts already installed in my car?
  • A: No problem, we’ll finish the rest of your stage 2 build at the same discounted rate.
  • Q: What if I have something other than a Subaru?
  • A: Subaru Special only! We can still help you out though, give us a call!
  • Q: What if I have a swap?
  • A: So long as you have the 2002-2016 powertrain and ECU, we’ll do it!
  • Q: Can I install the parts myself and come back for a tune?
  • A: Pre-Pay for your dyno tune and pickup your parts at PREracing and you sure can!

503-619-0055

Call and ask for Kevin to help quote you on this exclusive deal!

Stock Location Turbo Showdown!

I will start with the background on what motivated us to do this test. We see a lot of different cars with a lot of different parts go toe to toe on our all wheel drive dyno dynamics dynamometer, and with no two cars being the same it can be hard to pin-point just what turbo really throws down the best power. A customer came to us with a very specific goal. He wanted us to figure out what turbo would make him at least 450whp and 450wtq. We decided to test out a few stock location turbos… Nine of them in total! Retail value of the tested turbos was a somewhat staggering 15,223 dollars!!!

Here is a list of the conditions that all turbos were to be tested under:
• All had to be true bolt on stock location turbos, meaning 2.5″ inlet and ihi flange.
• All turbos were tested with a Turbosmart 45mm external wastegate containing a 14psi spring to ensure that internal gate inconsistencies could not affect the performance.
• Same car, same tank of E85, no changes to any other mechanical systems.

PARAMETERS:
• We allowed a 15 minute cool down before any final numbers were recorded, two runs back to back, highest run recorded.
• We monitored the Carbon Monoxide level in the room constantly to make sure exhaust gases were not building up to unacceptable levels in the dyno cell.
• All turbos were run at “pump gas” friendly 21psi, as well as 25psi high boost tune. We did our best to record all results within +/- .5psi.
• Air fuel ratio was run at as close to 12:1 as we could manage on every recorded run.
• All runs are weather corrected since testing was done over multiple days.

THE CAR:
The car used for this test was a 2005 Legacy GT. This is a quick list of mods, if nothing is mentioned assume it is stock. All dyno pulls were made on a single tank of E85 confirmed at 82% ethanol.

ENGINE:
• CP 9.0:1 forged pistons
• Manley H-beam rods
• Manley 37mm intake valves
• Manley 33mm exhaust valves
• Manley springs and retainer kit
• GSC s1 cams
• Tomioka Racing Unequal Length Header
• ETS FMIC kit
• Tomioka Racing turbo inlet tube
• TGV deletes
• 700whp fuel system
• K&N 2.75” intake
• Cobb access port was used for tuning in speed density.

THE TEST:
I just want to clear up one thing before we get to the numbers. Some of the turbos tested only have results for 21 psi because this was the highest boost level we could achieve on these turbos. Wastegate duty cycles were at 95% on these turbos. All of the gt28 based turbos, the Tomioka and the Steam speed included really seemed to struggle with this problem. I would suggest not buying either of these if you plan on running any more than 21psi.

TOMIOKA GT28 – 21PSI-TAPERING 19PSI

IMG_7458

• DYNO ROOM TEMP = 66 *
• HUMIDITY = 77%
• BARO = 30.0
• WEATER CORRECTION FACTOR = .975
• CO = LESS THAN 100PPM
• MAX POWER = 412WHP
• MAT TORQUE = 394WTQ
• RETAIL PRICE = $1695

REVIEW:
This one really fell short on our testing. It didn’t spool very well for a small framed turbo, with boost finally peaking all the way up around 4700rpm. Also notice the strange shape of the boost curve. This was a problem we noticed with both of the gt28 based turbos we tested. This turbo could not reach above 21psi either, it does however have a decent peak power output for such a low boost level. Fitment is good, and the kit comes complete with everything needed for install.

TOMIOKA GTX2876R - MAX (21PSI) (2)

TOMIOKA GTX2876R - MAX (21PSI)

BLOUCH DOMINATOR 2.5XTR 10CM 21PSI TAPERING 19PSI

IMG_7461

• DYNO ROOM TEMP = 61 DEGREES
• HUMIDITY = 77%
• BARO = 30.05
• CO = LESS THAN 60PPM
• WEATHER CORRECTION FACTOR = .970
• MAX POWER = 426WHP
• MAX TORQUE = 400WTQ
• RETAIL PRICE = $1799

REVIEW:
All of the dominator turbos we tested performed well. This was the biggest we tested, and it was optioned with the 8cm housing. For its size it spooled pretty well, and it made great power on both low and high boost. If you’re looking for maximum horsepower out of your 2.5 inlet, this is your best bet.

BLOUCH 2.5 XTR 10CM - 21PSI (22)

BLOUCH 2.5 XTR 10CM - 21PSI (23)

BLOUCH DOMINATOR 2.5XTR 10CM 26PSI TAPERING 22PSI

IMG_7461

• DYNO ROOM TEMP = 64 DEGREES
• HUMIDITY = 75%
• BARO = 30.05
• CO = LESS THAN 60PPM
• WEATHER CORRECTION = .969
• MAX POWER = 463.5WHP
• MAX TORQUE = 455WTQ

BLOUCH 2.5 XTR 10CM - MAX PSI

BLOUCH 2.5 XTR 10CM - MAX PSI (2)

BLOUCH DOMINATOR 1.5XTR 8CM 21PSI TAPERING 19PSI

IMG_7461

DYNO ROOM TEMP = 66 DEGREES
HUMIDITY = 71%
BARO = 30.05
CO = LESS THAN 32PPM
WEATHER CORRECTION = .976
MAX POWER = 418.3WHP
MAX TORQUE = 398WTQ
RETAIL = $1699

REVIEW:
This is just a good turbo on all counts, spools well, makes great power and looks the best out of all the others in its size. We tested this in both housing sizes, this 8cm version would be best suited to stock engines cars with a relatively low power band.

BLOUCH 2.5 XTR 8CM - 21PSI

BLOUCH 2.5 XTR 8CM - 21PSI (2)

BLOUCH DOMINATOR 1.5XTR 8CM 25PSI TAPERING 21PSI

IMG_7461

• DYNO ROOM TEMP = 67 DEGREES
• HUMIDITY = 71%
• BARO = 30.00
• CO = LESS THAN 130PPM
• WEATHER CORRECTION = .970
• MAX POWER = 440.9WHP
• MAX TORQUE = 431WTQ

BLOUCH 2.5 XTR 8CM - MAX PSI (2)

BLOUCH 2.5 XTR 8CM - MAX PSI

STEAM SPEED STX71R BALL BEARING 21PSI TAPERING 19PSI

IMG_7455 - Copy

• DYNO ROOM TEMPERATURE = 62 DEGREES
• HUMIDITY = 87%
• BARO = 29.77
• CO = LESS THAN 80PPM
• WEATHER CORRECTION FACTOR = .985
• MAX POWER = 407WHP
• MAX TORQUE = 382WTQ
• RETAIL = $1599

REVIEW:
This is another one of the gt28 based ball bearing turbos, and just like the Tomioka it fell short of expectations. It could not reach a target boost higher than 21psi, and made just slightly less power than the equivalent from them as well. Another note on this, they ship the turbo with steel braided coolant lines with adapters to barb. The barbs are not the correct size for the stock Subaru 1/2 coolant hoses. So I had to do some adapting to make it work as intended. This makes for a very “un-clean” installation.

STEAMSPEED STX71R - MAX (21PSI) (2)

STEAMSPEED STX71R - MAX (21PSI)

TOMEI M8265 21PSI TAPERING 19PSI

IMG_7453

• DYNO ROOM TEMP = 61 DEGREES
• HUMIDITY = 86%
• BARO = 30.05
• CO = LESS THAN 100PPM
• WEATHER CORRECTION FACTOR = .960
• MAX POWER = 430.9WHP
• MAX TORQUE = 405WTQ
• RETAIL = $1490

REVIEW:
We have used this turbo in the past on some customer cars, and it’s a solid all around choice. It spools reasonably well for the power, and makes good power on pump gas boost levels. The other nice thing about this kit is it includes a new top mount intercooler elbow, as well a couple different options for feed lines. Also notice that this turbo did not pick up much power at higher boost. It’s just running out of its high efficiency range up top to make the big numbers, but the torque did swell nicely on the spike.

TOMEI M8265 (2)

TOMEI M8265

TOMEI M8265 25PSI TAPERING 20.5PSI

IMG_7453

• DYNO ROOM TEMP = 61DEGREES
• HUMIDITY = 86%
• BARO = 30.05
• CO = LESS THAN 100PPM
• WEATHER CORRECTION FACTOR = .960
• MAX POWER = 447WHP
• MAX TORQUE = 438WTQ

TOMEI M8265 - MAX PSI

TOMEI M8265 - MAX PSI (2)

STEAM SPEED STX67+ (td06) 21PSI TAPERING 19PSI

IMG_7455

• DYNO ROOM TEMP = 65 DEGREES
• HUMIDITY = 85%
• BARO = 30.00
• CO = LESS THAN 60PPM
• WEATHER CORRECTION FACTOR = .971
• MAX POWER = 428WHP
• MAX TORQUE = 405WTQ
• RETAIL = $1349

REVIEW:
This was actually one of the surprise turbos in the bunch that we tested. It spooled nearly identically to the Dominator 1.5XTR 8cm, but did not produce the same power per pound of boost during that time. This turbo made strong numbers on both low and high boost, and has one of the best price points of the bunch.

STEAMSPEED STX67+ - 21PSI (2)

STEAMSPEED STX67+ - 21PSI

STEAM SPEED STX67+ (td06) 25PSI TAPERING 19PSI

IMG_7455

• DYNO ROOM TEMP = 65 DEGREES
• HUMIDITY = 85%
• BARO = 30.00
• CO = LESS THAN 60PPM
• WEATHER CORRECTION FACTOR = .971
• MAX POWER = 434.3WHP
• MAX TORQUE = 435WTQ

STEAMSPEED STX67+ - MAX

STEAMSPEED STX67+ - MAX (2)

STEAM SPEED STX67 (td05) 21PSI TAPERING 19PSI

IMG_7455 - Copy (2)

• DYNO ROOM TEMP = 67 DEGREES
• HUMIDITY = 82%
• BARO = 30.00
• CO = LESS THAN 100PPM
• WEATER CORRECTION FACTOR = .994
• MAX POWER = 428WHP
• MAX TORQUE = 418WTQ
• RETAIL = $1249

REVIEW:
This is the td05 exhaust housing version of the STX67. It could not produce above 21psi because of the reduced turbine size but It did however make identical power to the larger turbine version, and spool difference is negligible. I recommend spending the 100 bucks to go to the td06 version unless you’re running a 2.0l engine.

STEAMSPEED STX67 - MAX

STEAMSPEED STX67 - MAX (2)

FORCED PERFORMANCE HTA71 21PSI TAPERING 18

IMG_7454

• DYNO ROOM TEMP = 67 DEGREES
• HUMIDITY = 86%
• BARO = 29.76
• CO = LESS THAN 100PPM
• WEATHER CORRECTION FACTOR = .995
• MAX POWER = 415WHP
• MAX TORQUE = 408WTQ
• RETAIL = $949

REVIEW:
The HTA71 has the smallest housing sizes of any of the turbos we tested. It spools reasonably well and makes pretty solid numbers at pump gas boost levels. We did pretty much max it out during our tests at 415whp. That being said, it still has the best power per dollar ratio out of everything we tested. If you’re looking for around 400whp and on a budget then this thing can get it done.

FP HTA71 - 21PSI (MAX)

FP HTA71 - 21PSI (MAX) (2)

BLOUCH 1.5XTR 10CM 21PSI TAPERING 19PSI

IMG_7461

• DYNO ROOM TEMP = 70 DEGREE
• BARO = 30.02
• HUMIDITY = 86%
• CO = LESS THAN 100PPM
• WEATHER CORRECTION FACTOR = .984
• MAX POWER = 439WHP
• MAX TORQUE = 445WTQ
• RETAIL = $1699

REVIEW:
This turbo was not originally part of our test lineup, but because of the power output of the 2.5XTR at high rpm, we were thinking this might deliver the best of both worlds for our customer. His power goals were 450wtq/450whp with awesome spool. Well, it delivered. With the headwork this car has I believe that the 8cm housing is just a bit too small. Because of this the 10cm version was able to spool just slightly faster, and absolutely kill it on the top end where the turbine housing was continuing to flow well. Hands down this was the best turbo of the bunch, especially on our test car.

BLOUCH 1.5 XTR 10CM - 21PSI (2)

BLOUCH 1.5 XTR 10CM - 21PSI

BLOUCH 1.5XTR 10CM 25PSI TAPERING 21PSI

IMG_7461

• DYNO ROOM TEMP = 70 DEGREE
• BARO = 30.02
• HUMIDITY = 86%
• CO = LESS THAN 100PPM
• WEATHER CORRECTION FACTOR = .984
• MAX POWER = 472.8WHP
• MAX TORQUE = 472WTQ

BLOUCH 1.5 XTR 10CM - MAX

BLOUCH 1.5 XTR 10CM - MAX (2)

CLOSING:
Overall there are a lot of solid performers in this group, and most are likely not to be disappointed with the majority of these choices. One thing I will say about these graphs is to pay close attention to power output at the very beginning of the graph. There is a big difference in the way these turbos drive around town. The gt28’s are just dogs anywhere out of boost, while the most responsive of these being the once again the Dominator 1.5XTR, especially the 8cm version. Please keep in mind also that if you are looking for even more power, that the real restriction on these turbos was the 2.5” inlet diameter. There are countless other options when you step up to the 3” inlet that will put down over 500whp. Hopefully this will help some of you make a more educated decision when spending over $1000 bucks on your next power adder!!!

PREracing becomes an EcuTek Master Tuner!

PREracing has been selected by EcuTek to become an EcuTek Master Tuner!  Becoming a Master Tuner allows us to sell and custom tune ProECU tuning kits. We can now also remotely tune vehicles anywhere in the world.

There are lots of useful and advantageous features to the EcuTek products. It features flex fuel support for most vehicles, the custom maps feature allows you to setup nearly any engine safety function.  This includes but isn’t limited to; oil pressure protection, oil temperature protection, coolant temp protection, air / fuel ratio protection… you get the idea. The custom maps feature can also be used to program traction control and closed loop boost control. The uses are vast.

EcuTek allows map switching without a handheld device (usually done through the cruise control switch). This switch can also be programmed for on-the-fly boost control, cam control, launch rpm, or anything else you may want.

EcuTek is fast and easy to use. An ECU can be read and modified in as little as 30 seconds! Lets face it. Dyno time is expensive! The faster the process takes the less you have to pay on the dyno.

  • License: $350
  • Cable: $400 (Not required. Can be purchased for at home tuning and data logging.)
  • Tune: $400-$600 (Vehicle dependent)

Being EcuTek master tuner not only allows for remote tuning and calibrations, but it opens us to a wide number of new vehicles we can tune.

What vehicles do ProECU Tuining Suites Support?
Subaru Tuning Suites – Supporting over 850 vehicles *****This includes almost all Naturally Aspirated models after 2000*****
Mitsubishi Tuning Tools – Supporting over 390 vehicles
Mazda Tuning Tools – Supporting over 280 vehicles

Nissan Tuning Tools – Supporting over 380 vehicles

To reprogram the ECU, the EcuTek programming interface is simply plugged into the diagnostic socket of the car. Some of the supported vehicles can then be reprogrammed in under 25 seconds!

Unlike other ‘chipping’ solutions, ProECU Tools require no soldering and no physical access to the ECU – an altogether quicker, cleaner and more reliable method of tuning. Rather than spending time soldering and desoldering hair thin chip legs, the tuner’s time can now be spent more productively, with less time spent wiring things up and more time actually improving the mapping of your vehicles car.

2003 Dodge “Neon” SRT-4 – Project: #Heavyweapon

Heavyweapon Version 1.0

An employee vehicle – Project Heavyweapon  started in 2006. Bought with an Agp 50trim kit on it and no fuel management. An AEM EMS and some RC750’s later it was making a little power and after a cat delete and Needswings downpipe coupled with a proper tune from PREracing it made proper power putting down 415whp on 92 pump and 470 on vp110. A nice Clutchmasters FX700 hybred and some Mickey Thompson 26×8.5×15 slicks later and it was doing 11.5’s at 123mph until a nice cold day down at Woodburn dragstrip when my Perrin EBCS failed in the full bleed off position and we had ALL THE BOOST.

Whoopsie…

Anyways, here’s a couple more videos from that fateful day:

Mods at the time were pretty basic. Stock engine, stock head, stock trans, AGP 60 trim turbo kit, Perrin FMIC, Perrin EBCS, AEM EMS, RC750cc injectors, AEM hard pipes, Clutchmasters FX700hybred clutch, MT 26×8.5×15 slicks, Needswings downpipe, and custom 3in full exhaust.

Heavyweapon Version 2.0

The car went under the knife for the largest revision yet.

Decided on the DCR Option B short block package with all the goodies. Coupled that with a Level10 performance “bullet proof” (hardly) automatic 3 speed transmission with high stall converter. Turbo was shot from it’s encounter with ALLTHEBOOST so a 60-1 was found with about as much shaft play as the moderators lounge but it held boost and didn’t smoke. We found out that to run a FMIC with the auto you have to modify the coldside outlet so we scrapped that PERRIN pile and went with a custom Air-To-Water intercooler setup from Frozenboost. Everything back together and tuned we made around 400whp on e85 through the auto. Unfortunately, transmission issues plagued the setup and the car never really lived up to it’s potential. We upgraded to a Precision PTE6266 turbo but the power didn’t really change. Primarily the car was bracket raced for 2 seasons on this setup until the transmission was finally DONE and needed a full rebuild.

First ever run on e85.

Breaking the 11.5 second barroer on the 60-1

After rebuilding the trans we filled the tank with some K&S 120 race fuel and cranked up the boost putting down just shy of 500whp. Off to the track and after a night of traction issues we blew a headgasket on the top end of the strip at around 125mph. Needless to say, it was a mess. Time for another rebuild.

Heavyweapon Version 2.1

Decided it was time to step up the game a bit and finally build the head.

  • DCR Springs, Retainers, Keepers, and seals.
  • BC oversize valves.
  • DCR spec custom ground Crower cams.
  • Port, polish, and assemble from Aluminum Head Rebuilders in Portland, OR

Picked up a DCR intake manifold from a friend then found out my RC injectors didn’t fit with their custom rail setup so we ordered DW2200cc’s and those didn’t fit so we modified the old rail to work with the DCR manifold. Coupled it with a nice Boomba 70mm throttlebody.

A challenger approached: Import Face-Off

While we had raced IFO events in the past we had never attempted to compete in the heads up areas of the competition opting instead for the brackets. Well we decided to go after the Forced Induction Sport class which required some changes to the car.

  1. The air-to-water intercooler was prohibited from this class
  2. The car must have interior
  3. The car needed to be about a second faster than my fastest pass ever of 11.4 to even stand a chance.

Once we got the head back from Aluminum Head Rebuilders we had about a month before the event. Two weeks went by and everything was up and running ready to race only the car wasn’t making the power it should on the dyno barely hitting 450whp. We took it to the track anyways to run and after battling fuel pump fuse issues we finally were ready to make a full pass when the differential exploded during the burnout sending the spiders out of the case all over the burnout box. Phantom grip death it’s called. The car was loaded into the trailer and we figured we were out for the event.

Heavyweapon Version 3.0

Out with the auto and in with a stock 2005 manual trans and Clutchmasters Race Twin. Put it on the dyno and HOLY crap, it actually made horsepower!

Import Faceoff Woodburn 2013

ifo-woodburn-2013-8802-copy_zpse5d49ee7

Some in car video

Woodburn Spring IFO 2013

Kent IFO 2013
For those who don’t believe that aero helps, we picked up 9 miles per hour off changing nothing but aero and the wastegate default spring, target boost was identical, hp was identical, a little more power under the curve (as you can see in the video) Pretty cool stuff.

Heavyweapon Version 3.1

Engine

Darrel Cox Racing 2.4L short block “Option B”

  • DCR Custom Spherical Pistons
  • DCR Custom Rods
  • DCR Ion Honed Treated Crankshaft
  • DCR Coated Rod & Main Bearing Set
  • Balanced & Blueprinted Rotating Assembly
  • DCR Machined Bedplate
  • DCR Main Studs
  • DCR Billet Crank Strap Kit
  • DCR Windage Tray
  • DCR Crank Scraper
  • DCR Oil Pickup
  • DCR Treated Oil Pickup
  • DCR Big Filter Kit

PREracing Custom Head Port, Polish

  • DCR Custom Valve Springs
  • DCR Titanium Retainers & Keepers
  • DCR Valve Seals
  • Brian Crower Oversized Valves
  • DCR Oil Flow Modifier
  • DCR Extreme H11 Head Studs
  • Mopar OEM Headgasket
  • Crower Camshafts, Custom DCR Grind
  • Fidanza Adjustable Cam Gears
  • NGK Iridium Spark Plugs, Straps Cut for extreme low gap

Turbo & Induction

  • PREracing custom Twin Scroll T4 sidemount manifold
  • Precision PTE6266CEA Turbocharger, T4 Divided 1.32 AR exhaust housing
  • Twin Turbosmart Comp-Gate 40 wastegates
  • ARP Exhaust Manifold Stud Kit
  • DCR Intake Manifold
  • Boomba 70mm Throttle Body
  • Boomba Check Valve
  • PREracing Custom Intercooler and Charge Piping
  • PREracing Phenolic Intake Manifold Gasket Spacer
  • Tial Racing Blow Off Valve
  • Custom valve cover breather setup
  • Moroso breather tank
  • PREracing custom hood dump exhaust
  • NOS Sniper Wet NO2 system, 40shot single nozzle, AEM logic controlled

Electronics

  • AEM Engine Management System
  • AEM Smart Coils, Individual Coil Per plug
  • Turbosmart Eboost2 Electronic Boost Controller/Gauge
  • AEM 5 bar map sensor
  • AEM Wideband o2 Sensor
  • Autometer Oil Temperature Gauge
  • Autometer Tachometer
  • Interstate Sealed AGM Battery
  • PREracing low mount battery brackets

Fuel System

  • Deatschwerks 2200cc Fuel Injectors
  • Fuelab Prodigy Inline Fuel Pump
  • RCI 4 gallon fuel cell
  • Turbosmart FPR-1200 fuel pressure regulator
  • Redhorse fuel line fittings
  • Redhorse fuel filter
  • Aeroquip start-lite fuel line
  • Modified Lorenzo Fuel Rail

Drive-train, Chassis, & Misc

  • Honda Half Radiator
  • PREracing Aerodynamics Package (Drag Wing, Under-Paneling, etc)
  • Clutchmasters FX725 Race Twin Disc Clutch
  • AGP Extended shift selectors 1,3,5 & 2,4
  • Custom steel braided clutch line
  • PREracing Custom Undersized Hub Setup for 13in wheels
  • Bassett Racing Wheels, 13×10
  • M&H Racemaster Slicks 24.5×9.5×13 Slicks
  • BC Racing Coilover Suspension
  • Eibach 18kg/mm Rear Coil-Over Springs
  • PREracing 6 point Roll Bar
  • Corbeau FX1 seats
  • Racequip 5pt Camlock Harnesses
  • Ksport Hydraulic Staging Brake
  • Custom Steel Braided Brake Lines

ifo-woodburn-rm-19