Dyno Test & Tune

Test and Tunes, and proven dyno results for parts we make. Sorry no swaybar dyno graphs……

Jun 202014
 
Why You Want A PSRS For Your Car

We can make this really simple. If you live on the east coast and/or  own a 2008+Impreza/WRX/STI/Legacy and have more than 40,000 miles on your car, you need this part. Click HERE! OEM Bushings Will Fail… Ok being serious now, there are many reasons to want this part. They fail, they are super soft, negatively effect handling under braking and acceleration, and can add to wondering of your car from ruts in the road. Secondary reason to want this part is the […Continue Reading…]

May 232014
 
PERRIN Tunes 2015 STI w/Cobb Accessport

We last left you with the dyno graphs from the stock 2015 STI and WRX. We showed how the 2015 STI spools slower than the 2008-2014 STI,yet still makes more power by about 20 Wheel HP. We were slightly concerned that Subaru may have really pushed the car with the newest ECU tune and there wouldn’t be much for us to gain from an ECU tune. Cobb offered us an Accessport for the 2015 STI long before they were released […Continue Reading…]

May 232014
 
2015 STI and WRX Dyno Time

STI Dyno Session Pretty much every tuner in the world thinks the 2015 STI is the same old boring EJ25 engine and that it’s going to tune the same and make the same power. Well I hate to say it, but they’re all wrong (as was I)! Our initial dynoing of the 2015 STI showed something very interesting. It made more power than all previous STI’s. I’m not talking about a couple WHP, but more like 20 Wheel HP at […Continue Reading…]

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Nov 062013
 
PERRIN STI Equal Length Header

Updated from July 2010 post with new pics and new data! When Subaru released the Version 8 STI in Japan we noticed how they moved to a twin scroll turbo and equal length exhaust manifold. This is what inspired us to make our first header for the WRX/STI! Would taking the equal length design of this JDM header and adapting it to fit our US cars actually make a difference in power? Would it spool worse?  How would the sound […Continue Reading…]

Oct 242013
 
3.0" BRZ/FR-S Exhaust Dyno Results and Stage 3 Tune!

We are always looking to push the limits of the cars we build parts for. We have made huge power with the STI’s, WRX’s, EVO’s and then with the BRZ using a Vortech SC kit. In all these situations the cars are boosted in one form or another, which makes it really easy to make more power. Now we want to push the limits of the stock BRZ engine in its naturally aspirated form. In this first post we will […Continue Reading…]

Oct 182013
 
Stage 2 BRZ/FR-S Dyno Results

By far the most popular setup for the BRZ and FR-S is a header back exhaust system. This consists of a 2.5″ overpipe, 2.5″ front pipe with cat, and a 2.5″ exhaust system, and sometimes an intake system. Its been very well proven that these parts add a decent amount of HP to the car as well as some cool sounds. We have also proven that our Stage 1 ECU tune (for a stock BRZ or FR-S) is perfectly safe […Continue Reading…]

Oct 152013
 
3.0" BRZ/FR-S Intake Dyno Results

From the very beginning, we were big on making sure people knew that our BRZ/FR-S cold air intakes were safe, wouldn’t throw check engine lights, and/or need a tune. These were very important items to hit on as there are many myths surrounding Cold Air Intakes. Some of these myths are, intakes cause CEL’s (Check engine lights), lose power, only make cool sounds, and require ECU tuning or require ECU re-learning to get the benefits from it. We spent a ton […Continue Reading…]

Jan 152013
 
BRZ / FR-S Cold Air Intake Design.... Part 2

We spent a long time designing and testing our BRZ intake system to ensure that when our customers recieve the part, it will make the HP we claim, not cause any drivability issues, and be easy to install. After seeing many intakes with bogging issues, drivability issues, and poor MAF sensor placement, I knew that our intake would be a hit. If you missed the first blog post about our intake and design process, you can read up about the initial design in PART […Continue Reading…]

 Posted by on January 15, 2013 BRZ / FR-S, Dyno Test & Tune, Part Design & Tech
Jan 072013
 
PERRIN BRZ/FR-S Oil Cooler

It may be obvious to some that you want to keep your oil cool under heavy load and extreme conditions. This keeps your oil from becoming too thin, or breaking down,which makes it less effective and could lead to premature engine wear or even engine failures! Another reason to keep your oil temps down is it keeps other engine components cooler which is good for HP. Until the BRZ/FR-S platform, we never really noticed oil temps playing a role as […Continue Reading…]

Jan 012013
 
Vortech SC Kit on BRZ w/PERRIN Custom Tune

In the first installment of The Vortech Supercharger kit blog post, we covered the basics on the kit, but left you hanging with an initial tune that showed great potential for horsepower. Vortech has put the finishing touches on the kit and we have solidified the final tune!  In this installment, I will go over the kit in more detail and even hint at what the future has to hold!   Recap on why we are Supercharging the FA20 engine […Continue Reading…]