Saab 9-2x Aero

Saab 9-2x Aero

Dyno Chart

Vehicle Information Year:

2005

Make:

Saab

Model:

9-2x

Door Type:

4 Door Wagon

Trim:

Aero

Engine

Engine Detail: Basic
Engine Manufacturer: Subaru
Engine Type: EJ205

Power Transfer

Transmission Detail: Basic
Transmission Manufacturer: Subaru
Automatic or Manual Gears: Manual
Number of Gears: 5 Speed Manual

Bolt-ons

Engine Setup: Turbocharged
Manifold Setup: Standard Vacuum Manifold
Throttle Body Type: Stock
Throttle Body Size: Stock
Air Intake Type: Cold Air Intake
Intake Manifold Type: Stock
Injector Type: Top Feed Injectors
Injector Size: DW 850cc
Header Type: Stock
Exhaust Type: GReddy Evo3 Catback Exhaust
Midpipe Type: STi Up-pipe
Downpipe Type: Invidia Bellmouth Downpipe
Catalytic Converter: No Cat
Fuel Pump Type: Walbro 255lph
Fuel Type: 91 Octane
Ignition Type: Stock

Force Induction

Turbo Kit Type: Stock STi
Turbo Type: STi VF39
Boost Controller: Grimmspeed 3 port EBCS
Boost Level in PSI: 20
Intercooler Type: STi Top Mount Intercooler

Power Output

Tuned by: Other
Dyno Type:
Dynoed Horsepower: 282hp@6200rpm
Dynoed Torque: 261tq@5300rpm
Air Fuel Ratio at Full Throttle: 11.5

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Additional Information

Setup Information

Open Source tune by Paul at Yimi Sport.

STi VF39
STi TMIC + splitter
STi Up-pipe
GReddy Evo3 Catback
Invidia Bellmouth Downpipe
Deatschwerks 850cc Injectors
Walbo 255lph fuel pump
TGV deletes
Perrin Inlet
AEM cold air intake
Mishimoto radiator + hoses + ancillary hose kit
Grimmspeed 3 port EBCS
Kartboy shortshifter

There are 3 comments for this build
  1. TunerWizard at 3:23 pm

    I like your setup because it’s simple and the power curve looks balance across the board. My buddy has the 07 wrx wagon with a t3/t4 and he runs 11 second at Sacramento Race Way. Thats a pretty good setup for the street. have you tried to increase the boost pressure to see what it makes?

  2. Paint209 at 8:28 pm

    Sounds like the friend I know with the white wrx wagon. The car is having misfire issues so I haven’t have the time and funds to build it up, but when i do I might go with a hybrid build which is a Sti block with wrx heads and aim for 400hp range.

  3. TunerWizard at 8:42 pm

    Yep. Same buddy. Small world man. 400hp is a good amount for the street. Keep us posted. BTW where is Yimi Sport located?

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