| A fuel cell is the best way to safely carry your fuel. A rubber bladder contains the fuel in a bad crash that could rupture the metal tank. Fuel cells also have baffling and a foam interior to reduce the fuel slosh that plagues OEM tanks. The foam retains fuel in a bad crash so that it burns slower.|
The fuel system is tuned for E85 and includes Deatschwerks 1600 cc/min injectors, an Aeromotive 1000 fuel pump and a Fuelsafe fuel cell with an AQMS surge tank to prevent starvation under heavy cornering. An AEM EMS controls the engine management side of things with AEM sensors used throughout. The EMS drives an AIM electronic dash and data acquisitions system. Since the EMS does not support the STI's drive by wire system, AQMS converted the throttle to a conventional cable type.
| E85 requires a large volume of fuel. An Aeromotive A1000 pump is up to the task of supplying the engine's needs. We have found this pump to be the best most durable pump in the industry.|
| The EJ25 is a pretty big engine. JC's pumps out 675 whp and revs to 8500 rpm.|
The turbo system uses the OEM exhaust manifolds with AQMS up and downpipes. A Garrett GT35R turbo provides boost and a Tial 44mm wastegate controls it. An AEM airfilter and AQMS charge pipe tubing directs air through a custom Griffin intercooler. Hose techniques hoses, couplers and clamps are used throughout. Church tuning handles the dyno tuning of the EMS and the engine pumps out an impressive 675 whp @ 30 psi of boost with an 8500 rpm redline. An ACT HD street clutch with a 6 puck sprung hub amazingly feeds this power through the stock 6-speed transmission and differentials. Driveshaft Shop axles with an aluminum driveshaft are used.
| A surge tank prevent fuel starvation under cornering. A lift pump moves fuel to the surge tank which acts like an accumulator. The Aeromotive pump then feeds the engine from the surge tank. The surge tank holds a few seconds worth of fuel just in case the main pick up sucks air. Turbo motors are sensitive to leaning out and this is a good safety measure.|
Of course the suspension is critical on any Time Attack car and JC has plenty of interesting bits in this one. JRZ 3-way adjustable shocks provide the damping and are shod with 700 in/lb front and 750 lb/in rear (for you anal people) Hyperco springs. The rear suspension uses an AQMS modified rear subframe with solid bushings. Kaminari lateral links are used for adjustability and Cusco adjustable trailing arms are used as well. A huge 1.125″ AQMS adjustable rear swaybar is used.
| A Garrett GT35R @ 30 psi feeds the engine.|
| A Griffin intercooler keeps the charge air nice and dense.|
| A Griffin radiator keeps the coolant temp in check.|