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Street Build 1991 GSX

Year:
1991
Model/Trim:
Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX
  • Ownership Status:
    I own it
    Transmission Type:
    Manual
    Build Type:
    • Street
    Mods-Bolt-on:
    CX racing aluminum radiator with slim fans
    Walbro 255 lph fuel pump
    AFPR set 43.5 psi (brand unknown)
    Mods-Engine:
    FP cast exhaust manifold
    Garrett .60 trim turbo (oil only)
    Apexi 3" turbo back exhaust
    Manual boost controller (brand unknown)(currently bypassed)
    VRSF front mount IC
    GM 3" MAF w/ ECMlink cable
    non-USDM throttle body
    1250CC PTE injectors
    EVO 3 springs/retainers
    Delta regrind 272 cams
    3g lifters
    Fidanza adjustable cam gears
    cylinder head oil port mod
    Oil catch can
    6 bolt stock bottom end
    Balance shafts eliminated
    Mods-EMS & Logging:
    ECMlink v3
    LC-2 innovate wide band gauge
    Manual boost gauge (brand unknown)
    Mods-Drivetrain:
    South Bend metal disc clutch
    4 bolt rear end
    Mods-Handling:
    Front strut tower brace
    18" wheels (brand unknown) and tires
    2g front brakes
    Parts Wishlist:
    high flow sheet metal intake manifold
    electronic boost controller
    more data logging; intake temp before and after IC, individual exhaust temps, fuel pressure, boost pressure, crankcase absolute pressure
    kinda wish I still had AC (probably never happen)
    Background:
    I want a 400+ HP daily driver DSM (why do my friends keep laughing at me?) I want my car to be able to drive up to the local drag strip, throw down a respectable time, then drive home. no breaky, no trailers, no drama. So far, the car has spent more time on jack stands than not. I am failing.

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