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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

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RooseveltC – 2012/2013 JDM Subaru STI 2.0 6MT

Rom:AZ1K000S
Tyres: 245/40-18
Car Weight: 1477kg
Driver Weight: 104kg
Total Weight: 1581kg

Mods: Stock

Posted by Xtreme Racing Tuning on Sunday, January 28, 2018

RooseveltC – 2011 JDM Subaru WRX STI tS (aka Spec C) 2.0 6MT

Rom:AZ1G800T
Tyres: 245/40-18
Car Weight: 1477kg
Driver Weight: 104kg
Total Weight: 1581kg

2011 JDM Subaru WRX STI Type S (aka Spec C) 2.0 6MTThe car felt pretty good on the road and the chassis for this…

Posted by Xtreme Racing Tuning on Sunday, January 28, 2018

 

 

FHartell – 2016 Subaru Crosstrek FB20 CVT

Modifications:

  • XRT Tuning
  • CVT Tuning
  • XRT Torque Management Patch (XTMP)
  • Infernofab UEL FB20 Exhaust Headers
  • HPS Short Ram Intake
  • Cherry Bomb Glass Pack 87521CB Muffler

Initial Reviews
http://www.subaruxvforum.com/forum/engi … ost1742313

Well I’m going with XRT as far as the tuning goes. His customer support and reviews of his tunes are very good.

http://www.subaruxvforum.com/forum/engi … ost1754113

XRT has you logging constantly to give you a custom tune for whatever mods you might have installed. Is it a little pricey. Yes but the product along with his customer support is AWESOME!
http://www.subaruxvforum.com/forum/engi … ost1758129
http://www.subaruxvforum.com/forum/engi … ost1758153

Just a little update on the tuning I’m receiving from XRT.
As of now I installed the updated ROM he sent me (haven’t driven it yet) but I can say that the prior one was AWESOME! Small issues from when I open it up from a stand still but when I need passing power it’s there!
Tranny behavior is near perfect! And besides all of this he’s their with better than excellent customer support!

http://www.subaruxvforum.com/forum/engi … ost1761042

Ed, all I can say is WOW! This latest tune v0c3 is by far the best you’ve done! Great power off the line & great power for passing. The rpm’s while cruising 70 or 75mph are great for mpg!
I’m not looking for WRX power btw. I want the best of both for the motor I have and it’s almost there! GREAT JOB!

With the current mods and now fuel review, the car is running very lean.

Lean condition.png
Lean condition due to header and Intake with no tuning

http://www.subaruxvforum.com/forum/engi … ost1766138

Fellow Trekkers. I’m not here to bash anyone but I have to say that Xtreme Racing Tuning is AWESOME! Since I’ve been working with them I’ve logged a bunch had a bunch of new ROMS (tunes) sent to me and their customer support is by far the BEST! These are not one off tunes. They are dialed in to how you drive!

RichardO – 2011 USDM Subaru Legacy 2.5 GT 6MT

Modifications


Invidia Cat-back Exhaust System
GFB Mach 1 BPV
XRT ECU Stage 1 Tuning
XRT XTMP

v2 vs Stock - 3rd Gear Dyno SAE.png

Review


https://www.facebook.com/groups/SubaruTuningInternational/permalink/308117432990428/

My experience with XRT has been amazing.

At first, I had a stage 1 OTS cobb tune and loved it. That opened the car up to what it was capable of and once I realized that, I got hungry for more. I saw a post about XRT and started to get incredibly curious on all the gains someone received from them. Once I emailed XRT(Ed), he informed me BlackBerry Messenger(BBM) is how he chats with all his clients. He is based in the Barbados so we can call each other on BBM or Whatsapp to avoid oversea charges. After tons of research and seeing no other tuner is pushing out that type of gain with my mods, I sold my AP3, and was ready to start.

Ed informed me to download Team Viewer so he could remote into my machine and download all the applications needed to setup the logging parameters and created the file structure for logs and roms. Even if you are not a newb to open source tuning, LET HIM SET IT UP. It will be easier for everyone and if there are any issues, he is perfectly capable of correcting them.

Once all the preliminary stuff was done, he sent me a version zero rom to show me that my car is capable of a lot with stock boost. My jaw dropped. Throttle response was insane, the torque was there, and you can clearly feel that the car enjoyed it much more than the Cobb OTS tune. v0 vs Stock - 3rd Gear Dyno SAE.png

As the process continued, you could feel the car run better and better as the days went on. He transformed my car so much, I would rather drive my car to work, Downtown Washington DC, than take the train. I feel like a little kid every time I hit boost now.

With XRT, they could get maps out same day or next day. Ed is very good with being responsive within a few hours and letting you know if you need to check something on your car or not. He is very particular about how he tunes a car and how it is running. Making sure your car is mechanically fine is key to having a smooth and successful tuning process. Overall, he is a skilled and very knowledgeable tuner. He changed my car from a slow non- responsive 2011 LGT into a responsive torque monster that I enjoy driving every single day. Boost comes on smooth, the car moves when I tap the gas and everything on the car feels great. It took about eight to nine revisions before the car got where it needed to be. He is done with my Subaru for now, but he will be doing my GF’s 100% STOCK CVT Crosstrek and I am sure I will see major improvements there! I attached a Dyno sheet along with Ed’s Virtual dyno of the same dyno pulls.

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