Tag Archives: 5EAT

Bartosz Rotrex Supercharged 2004 EDM H6 3.0 5EAT Outback

Mods


  • Rotrex C38-81
  • 65mm Pulley
  • Stock MAF mounted in 76mm pipe before SC
  • 550x230x65mm Intercooler: http://fmic.pl/jednostronne/279-interco … x65mm.html
  • Cone filter
  • Supertech 8.5:1 Pistons
  • 76mm piping before SC, 63mm after (incl. IC)
  • MAP mounted in stock place in intake manifold
  • OEM Subaru Dump Valve (from Forester turbo), return pipe goes into pipe just before SC but after
  • MAF
  • Deatschwerks DW200 fuel pump
  • STI Pink injectors

PaulH – 2011 JDM Subaru Impreza WRX STI A-Line 2.5 5EAT

Reviews:-

Car feels amazing during pulls and can’t wait to get it on a nice stretch of road

The car is now feeling much better than I imagine, it moves and feels GREAT threw out the entire power-band, no more waiting till after 5000rpms to feel being pushed back in the seat. XRT is the best in customer service, turn around time and great advisor and tuner. Turn the car from slouchy to speedy

Modifications


XRT Stage 2
XRT 5EAT Tuning
XRT XTMP
Zero Sports intake
Decatted downpipe
Zero Sports exhaust
Zero Sports pulley kit
Grimspeed EBC
Turbo Heat shield and blanket
Blouch 20G XTR (8cm) (47lb/min|480CHP)
ID 1050X
DW Fuel pump
TGV Deletes

Videos

 

Subaru Torque Management Patch (XTMP)

Subaru Tuning that affects the Torque Management Operations & Performance of the Engine by Xtreme Racing Tuning (XRT)

XRT continue to MASTER the Operations and Performance of the transmission (5MT, 6MT, 4EAT, 5EAT, CVT) delivery of TORQUE & POWER to the ground in any models utilising the 32bit ECU (Legacy, Impreza WRX & STI, XV, Crosstek, etc). This is seen through tuning, customer feedback and REAL results based and posted all over the internet, including here on XRT.

Addition reviews are here for Auto Transmissions:
Torque Management are already patched in those tuning!

Generally, the following are expected when tuned (The Transmission Computer is not tuned in the Automatic cars):

  • Quicker shifting
  • Firmer shifting
  • Appropriate gear selection for less labouring or load on the engine
  • Less ping/knocking due to the transmission wanting to be in high gear all the time.
  • Less pedal moving to make the transmission shifting
  • Better fuel mileage
  • Easy over-taking and maneuvering due to quicker acceleration due to the above points

Please remember that even Manual Transmission models are affected and are able to accelerate and spin tires easily and freely. Please disable Traction Control.

http://xtremeracingtuning.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=122&t=743