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Old 06-09-2008, 03:03 PM
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Default Impreza ECU Boost Targets 1993 > 2008

I aim to put all the boost settings for the various ECU here, as a one stop shop.
I should be able to cover most from memory and some from ECU maps i have on file.
I will be a bit short on 97/98 WRX and STi, so if anyone has them, please add to list.

Impreza 1993-1996

Impreza 1993-1996 UK/GT/Aus WRX
ECU Code 7D or V7 : 11.47psi (UK Spec/Aus WRX)
ECU Code 6D : 11.47psi (GT/Euro model)

Impreza 1993-1996 UK Prodrive upgrade
ECU Code 7D or V7 : 13.64psi (actually the STi 2 6K map)

Impreza WRX 1993-1994
ECU Code W6, U8 or 2C : 11.47psi

Impreza WRX RA 1993-1994
ECU Code W9 : 11.47psi

Impreza STi 1 1993-1994
ECU Code SA : 14.87psi

Impreza STi RA 1993-1994
ECU Code SB : 14.87psi dropping to 13.64psi (very lean fuelling )

Impreza WRX 1994-1996
ECU Code Z4 : 12.7psi

Impreza WRX RA 1994-1996
ECU Code Z5 : 12.7psi

Impreza STi 2 1994-1996 (inc 555 Sp.Ed)
ECU Code 6K : 13.64psi

Impreza STi 2 RA 1994-1996
ECU Code 7K : 13.64psi

Impreza WRX Wagon 1993-1996
ECU Code 1C, 3B, V9 : 10.5spi (peak) dropping to 6.8psi

Impreza WRX Wagon/Saloon Auto 1993-1996
ECU Code B4, V5 : 10.5spi (peak) dropping to 6.8psi

Impreza STi Wagon 1994-1996
ECU Code SC : 12.7psi (actually the Z4 Map from saloon, as has TD05)

Impreza 1997-1998

<blanks to be filled in when sourced>

Impreza 1999-2000

Impreza Turbo 2000 UK
ECU Code AE800, AE801, AE802 : 13.64psi

Impreza Turbo 2000 UK Prodrive PPP
ECU Code (Sti labelled ECU) : 15.65psi (peak) dropping to 13psi.

Impreza STI Type 5/6

ECU Code AF040 or AF041: 15.65psi (peak) dropping to 14.5psi

Impreza Prodrive P1 1999/2000

ECU Code AG340 : 15.65psi (peak) dropping to 14.5psi

Impreza WRX/STi 2001-2002

Impreza WRX 2001-2002
ECU Code AF530 : 13.61psi
ECU Code AF531 : 13.61psi

Impreza STi 2002
ECU Code AG820 : 16.4psi (peak)

Impreza WRX/STi 2003-2004

Impreza WRX 2003-2004
ECU Code AH751 : 13.61psi
ECU Code AH750 : 13.61psi

Impreza STi 2003-2004
ECU Code AH992 : 16.4psi (peak)
ECU Code AH990 : 16.4psi (peak)

Impreza WRX/STi 2005

Impreza WRX 2005
ECU Code AJ830 : 13.61psi

Impreza STi 2005
ECU Code AJ840 : 16.4psi (peak)

Impreza WRX/STi 2006

Impreza WRX 2006
ECU Code A8DH200Y : 11.60psi

Impreza STi 2006
ECU Code A8DH200Z : 14.99psi (peak)

Impreza WRX/STi 2007

Impreza STi 2007
ECU Code A8DK100Z : 14.99psi (peak)
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Old 07-09-2008, 06:14 PM
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Default Re: Impreza ECU Boost Targets 1993 > 2008

cool but I have a gauge that works in bar !
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Old 07-09-2008, 08:15 PM
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Default Re: Impreza ECU Boost Targets 1993 > 2008

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cool but I have a gauge that works in bar !
psi/14.5 = bar u do the maths
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Old 23-10-2008, 05:03 PM
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Default Re: Impreza ECU Boost Targets 1993 > 2008

So mine should be running 1.13 bar !. So 1.5 + held will be nice.
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Old 23-10-2008, 05:11 PM
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What about a : WRX STI WR1.
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Old 23-10-2008, 07:24 PM
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What about a : WRX STI WR1.
You let me hook up to the car and I'll tell you....
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Old 23-10-2008, 07:25 PM
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So mine should be running 1.13 bar !. So 1.5 + held will be nice.
1.5+bar held LOL..... any more then 1.2bar at the top end and the VF turns into a hair-dryer.
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Old 24-10-2008, 12:59 PM
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Default Re: Impreza ECU Boost Targets 1993 > 2008

New I should have bought a Mitsi Evo . They will run 1.5 all day long on stock set up.
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What about a : WRX STI WR1.
Having had a tangle with one about year or so ago, when I had my green 2.5 classic in mild state of tune and about 330bhp, I would say its running the same boost as what ever the TSL333 map might be - I remember it impressing me, and certainly could out break me as I came to the tunbridge wells roundabout.
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New I should have bought a Mitsi Evo . They will run 1.5 all day long on stock set up.
The Evo VIII I 'followed' today wasn't running 1.5bar held, as my lowley UK scoob was gaining on him........my defi peaked at 1.5 though....(they do read a little high).
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Default Re: Impreza ECU Boost Targets 1993 > 2008

Possibly a UK GSR 260 varient. But the base 260 can be wound right up to MR360 power without changing a thing other than the map.

The 260's come with a low spoiler, but nearly all of them have upgraded to the larger rear spoilers.
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Old 24-10-2008, 07:28 PM
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Possibly a UK GSR 260 varient. But the base 260 can be wound right up to MR360 power without changing a thing other than the map.

The 260's come with a low spoiler, but nearly all of them have upgraded to the larger rear spoilers.
Defo not a 260.
Reckon more like an FQ300 or FQ320 bearing in mind I'm probably running alot lighter then an EVO VIII.

He was also baiting me and overtook me earlier to make a point...if it were a 260 I doubt he would of dangled the carrot so much.

Both acknowlegded one another after which was nice....

Trying to compare like with like a WR1 pushes out 320 and according to an old article I just happened to read. The WR1 has identicle 0-120mph times as a 276BHP P1.
WR1 looses out due to weight and too many gear changes (6-speed).

I'm also probably running 35-45more BHP then a P1.
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Default Re: Impreza ECU Boost Targets 1993 > 2008

Off topic a little if anyone has a boost gauge for sale please let me know
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Old 24-10-2008, 08:54 PM
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Off topic a little if anyone has a boost gauge for sale please let me know
Don't just go for a boost gauge, go for a full set : http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/DEFI-STI-GAUGES-6 ... 286.c0.m14

Probably worth £200-£250 as sensors need sourcing.
And you will need an MY01 Pod as they are in a Classic Pod
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Subaru-Impreza-Tu ... 286.c0.m14

New Items without the STi Logo :

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Defi-Subaru-Impre ... 286.c0.m14


Or Cheaper style Defi Copies : http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/NEW-SM68-Electron ... m153.l1262

To be honest after wanting Defi's for years and now having them, I reckon the copies that are around now are just as good.

http://www.rspec.co.uk/index.php?main_p ... cPath=3_83

The next thing to decide is 52mm or 60mm ?

If you only want a single gauge then most pods are 52mm.
If you want a set then you normally have the option for the centre triple pod of 52mm or 60mm.
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What about a : WRX STI WR1.
Having had a tangle with one about year or so ago, when I had my green 2.5 classic in mild state of tune and about 330bhp, I would say its running the same boost as what ever the TSL333 map might be - I remember it impressing me, and certainly could out break me as I came to the tunbridge wells roundabout.
That might have been me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 25-10-2008, 08:37 AM
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I think it probably was mate Not too many WR1's about especially this kneck of the woods.
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im running just over 1.5 bar @ 311bhp but i do get intermitant fuel cut not good
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Being a bit thick does the 2001 WRX and the 2001 sti (jap spec) have the same boost figures? thanks Paul.
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Being a bit thick does the 2001 WRX and the 2001 sti (jap spec) have the same boost figures? thanks Paul.
No

Impreza WRX 2001-2002
ECU Code AF530 : 13.61psi
ECU Code AF531 : 13.61psi

Impreza STi 2002
ECU Code AG820 : 16.4psi (peak)

(Not JDM figures, but will be similar, if not higher)
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Im guessing my 1.8bar is a little more than standard lol
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Good, I haven't connected for a while. I want to ask you a question about a Boost topic. I have the doubt that it would be more advisable in terms of the increase in Boost and efficiency, if I go testing with the diameter of the "pill restrictor" or otherwise replace the "wastegate" valve with the Kinugawa or similar with the possibility of changing the different springs with different degrees of sureness, my question is specifically if it is justified to place the wastegate with harder springs, or if the behavior would be better with the original wastegate and go altering the diameter of the pill to obtain the desired results? What is better? Who gets better results without having so many pressure spike problems?

My current configuration is a prodrive ECU MY99 AE801 with OEM turbo TD04L-13T (9-blade turbineof Kinugawa) Larger Intercooler, K&N filter, Equal Headers and 3 " full decat exhaust. Walbro 355LPH, 550 cc. Yellow´s. Samco IC hoses & Inlet too.

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