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      03-20-2012, 10:00 PM   #1
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3.3RS Dyno Run

I thought I would share this with you guys as I truly love this car and this video. This is Jack's (Shop Foreman/Lead Fabricator at EFI Logics) Subaru 3.3RS. It's a 6 cylinder EG33 NA motor sourced from a Subaru SVX. He built this monster from the ground up and uses it to compete in NASA ST-2 class. Enjoy...



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      03-20-2012, 10:28 PM   #2
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nice no one does na boxer motors, makes me miss my sti
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Sounds good. What's it pushing ??
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Sounds good. What's it pushing ??
Here are the specs:

"2000 Subaru RS
BBS Brakes all around
JIC suspension
Custom Rear sway bar
Custom Front Sway Bar
Cage by Bob the Fabricator
Custom Dash with Autometer gauges

Engine / Management:
EG33 SVX Flat 6
Custom Ported heads
Manley Rods
Cometic Head gaskets
ARP Head studs
Custom Web cams
Supertec valvetrain w/ BMW Solid buckets
Modified Cam gears
Custom JE Hich Compression pistons - All machine work done by Larry's Automotive in Stonington, CT.
Stock Intake Manifold
Custom 8qt Baffled road race pan (Bob the Fabricator)
Meziere Electric Waterpump
Custom 1 3/4 Headers (Bob The Fabricator)
Custom Motor and Tranny mounts
Custom Air box (Bob the Fabricator)
Custom MSD Ignition
Balanced and Blueprinted STIi Injectors by Deatschwerks
Autronic SMC Engine Management tuned by EFI Logics
Autronic CDI box
Custom 5 speed gear box W/ RA Gear set and Cusco Tarmac Center diff from Fizz Autosports

There is probably more we are missing, but that is the most of it. The car was tuned today, on our Mustang Dyno, and produced a very impressive 320whp and 276wtq @ 8200rpm, SAE corrected. Dyno Graph (we are working on the bug with it going off the chart)."

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Does anyone know why the holes are drilled out from the bumper? is it to save weight?
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Does anyone know why the holes are drilled out from the bumper? is it to save weight?
It's to reduce aerodynamic drag. Air gets trapped within the lip of the rear bumper and the holes provide an exit for the air.

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It's to reduce aerodynamic drag. Air gets trapped within the lip of the rear bumper and the holes provide an exit for the air.

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makes sense. thanks.
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pretty solid numbers. That car must be pretty lightweight as well, making it perfect for the track.
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nice no one does na boxer motors, makes me miss my sti
Porsche does...
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Awsome to see something different in the Subaru community. I bet this thing rips. This is what subaru's should be used for...I've been seeing A LOT of "stanced" Subys latley, and this is refreshing. Thanks for sharing!
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Awsome to see something different in the Subaru community. I bet this thing rips. This is what subaru's should be used for...I've been seeing A LOT of "stanced" Subys latley, and this is refreshing. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks! Check out our other STi race car.



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It's to reduce aerodynamic drag. Air gets trapped within the lip of the rear bumper and the holes provide an exit for the air.

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So that is why I see Hondas with that shit. Why not just make a valence diffuser and solve that problem and get better airflow? Is that within SCCA specs or whatever?
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