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Old 06-22-2015, 12:09 AM   #29
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According to the FB post bfsnail posted yes, 91 octane.

It's not much more power than the OFT300 kit. OFT300 dynos on their website show 278 hp and 210 lb-ft. So maybe 10 hp and 20 lb-ft more with this OFT350 dyno.
The peak values may be somewhat close, but the respective midranges are very different.

SBD/OFT350 torque advantage by RPM
3500 RPM: +15 lbs-ft
4000 RPM: +40 lbs-ft
4500 RPM: +40 lbs-ft
5000 RPM: +50 lbs-ft
5500 RPM: +40 lbs-ft
6000 RPM: +20 lbs-ft
6500 RPM: +10 lbs-ft
7000 RPM: +10 lbs-ft
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Old 06-22-2015, 09:03 PM   #30
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For those of you that are interested this was posted on the SBD facebook page!


OFT 350 Upgrade kit for the SBD Turbo (GT86)
40 to 45WHP gains over standard 7psi kit
Includes:
-Cold air intake/filter
-3" MAF housing...
-10psi wastegate actuator
-Upgraded PCV valve
-Silicon couplers/clamps
$499 for hardware
$95 for tuning support (tune files & datalog review)
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Old 06-22-2015, 09:04 PM   #31
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    Anthony Kulis Sold! Is it on website yet?
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    Shiv Pathak It will be on the website by tomorrow. 30 kits in stock.
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    Aaron Cox Nice, I can't wait
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    Aaron Cox Also, I'm wanting to use e85 again someday... when will that option be available?
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    Shiv Pathak Those who purchase the tuning support will also get all new 20G map releases as they come out in the future. This includes e85 maps! I hope to release them sometime in August/September.
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    Joseph Hargis Are you selling the entire kit with the upgrade?
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    Shiv Pathak Joseph Hargis yes we will be selling the entire kit (SBD turbo kit+OFT350 upgrade kit+ OFT) under the OFT350 moniker.
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    Aaron Cox Sweet deal. I'll definitely pay to get back on the corn!
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    Anthony Kulis @shiv - the upgrade doesn't come with a base map? We need to purchase that separately? Or did I misread what "tuning support" means
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    Raymond Kwan Chi Shiv what about the new sbd kit with the garret turbo? Are you guys working with that kit at all? Or just the 20g kit
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    Shiv Pathak Anthony Kulis Unfortunately, there is no safe way to do an off-the-shelf 10-11PSI base map. It's just not possible given the variables (fuel quality, wastegate adjustment, additional mods, conditions, etc.). So the hardware kit is for those who want ...See More
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    Christopher Persad Shiv Pathak how much will the entire kit with the upgrade be? And if there is no base tune how are we supposed to send the first data log? On the 7psi tune??
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    Shiv Pathak Raymond Kwan Chi As of now, we are only supporting the 20G simply because it's the turbo on our own test car. I have run GT30s on EJ20 WRXs before and it's not my preference for street use. It may be something that we throw in temporarily just to develop tune files and to offer tuning support. But I have no ETA on if/when this will happen.
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    Raymond Kwan Chi Well shiv I'm going to upgrade to it on my car later so you can test it on mine.
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    Shiv Pathak Christopher Persad Those who opt for tuning support will get a conservative base tune. This will allow them to dial in their wastegate actuator (if necessary) and let us confirm that everything is working as it should. If that is the case, we move on...See More
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    Chris Vithaya Interested! Hopefully everything works out and I can get a custom tune from you on both 91 and on e85!
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    Christopher Persad How about the price for the turbo kit with the oft350? Any idea what it might cost all together? Shiv Pathak
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    Shiv Pathak Christopher Persad Pricing for the entire kit will be perhaps slightly less that what you would pay if you pieced everything (SBD kit, OFT350 upgrade kit and Tuning Support) together. We will have pricing for that by the end of the week.
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    Shiv Pathak Oh, and I've also been testing a very effective fuel additive that works VERY well. Ends up costing $7 per tank full but it bumps up octane significantly. Very good for us 91oct folks. Details on that to follow as well.
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    Shiv Pathak Just to give you guys an idea of what took so long smile emoticon



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    Jordan Mello Why do you need a new actuator? Can't you just adjust the old one?
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    Shiv Pathak Unfortunately tightening a soft wastegate actuator will not get you the same boost curve as using a stiffer spring. There is also a problem with the older 7psi WG actuator arms snapping when swapping in a stiffer spring. So the upgraded wastegate actuators included in our kit have both stiffer springs and stronger arms. We really have tried a few boost control options including MBC/EBC. And we found that running a properly adjusted 10psi WG actuator alone works the best for this application.










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Old 06-23-2015, 10:23 AM   #32
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I am a little disappointed in the price, but will be upgrading regardless.
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Old 06-23-2015, 10:40 AM   #33
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I am a little disappointed in the price, but will be upgrading regardless.
When an intake for these cars runs for about $300, I'm not too surprised by the price, seems rather reasonable.
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Old 06-23-2015, 11:00 AM   #34
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That's why I never bought an intake either. Though I do understand they need to cover labor costs, and such. That is why I don't mind paying for it.
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Old 06-23-2015, 01:02 PM   #35
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That's why I never bought an intake either. Though I do understand they need to cover labor costs, and such. That is why I don't mind paying for it.
What is the cost? i dont see it on their facebook
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What is the cost? i dont see it on their facebook
Upgrade is $499 plus an optional $95 for tuning support through them. The whole kit will be offered by them including the SBD kit, upgrade, and OFT packaged as an OFT350 kit. The pricing on that they said should be on their site in a few days.
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Old 04-07-2017, 12:43 PM   #37
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So does anyone run this kit? Whats the review on it?
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Old 04-07-2017, 12:45 PM   #38
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So does anyone run this kit? Whats the review on it?
The SBD Kit was updated and brought the updates the OFT350 brought to the table. So at this point all you get extra with the OFT350 from Openflash is a cold air intake. Highly Recommend the Speed By Design Turbo kit though.
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The SBD Kit was updated and brought the updates the OFT350 brought to the table. So at this point all you get extra with the OFT350 from Openflash is a cold air intake. Highly Recommend the Speed By Design Turbo kit though.
Does it work with the OFT Tablet? I would really like a SC/turbo that does.
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Yes the SBD Turbo kit does work with OFT. I ran OFT for a good while with the kit.
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