Stock Psi Of 95-99 Eclipse Gst

Posted by 95GeeST, Dec 11, 2004

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  1. 95GeeST

    95GeeST Proven Member

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    Hi, I was wondering if any one new what the stock psi of the 2nd gen mitsubishi eclipse gst is. I am also wondering what is a safe psi to turn it up to for everyday driving...Thanks :dsm:
     

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  2. rdeterman

    rdeterman Proven Member

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    this is covered about once a week check the site before you post
     
  3. skifreee911

    skifreee911 Proven Member

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    around 12 psi, every car is a little different. i wouldnt go over 15 on the stock fuel or stock turbo.
     
  4. 95blackGsTurbo

    95blackGsTurbo DSM Wiseman

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    Yea you people really need to learn about the search button. That thing should be 50x bigger than it is. Stock is 12 I believe and safe for everyday is 15. After that there's no point on your little T-25.
     
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  5. blcknspo0ln

    blcknspo0ln DSM Wiseman

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    every car is different... stock it can range from 9-12 psi [ mine had 9 psi ]

    get a fuel pump then turn it to 16 :thumb:
     
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  6. timm98gst

    timm98gst Proven Member

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    however, sometimes that search gives you so many responses it would take a week to find what you're looking for - easier to just ask again
     
  7. PieTSI

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    Mine was stock at 13psi, although like it was said before, every car is different. Use the search button next time.
     
  8. 95blackGsTurbo

    95blackGsTurbo DSM Wiseman

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    Why 16. Everyone knows the T-25 is only effecient to 15lbs. After that if just starts to glow a pretty red color and gives no power gains. Actually decreases the life of the turbo cause you are overworking it.
     
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  9. CanadianTSi

    CanadianTSi DSM Wiseman

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    Actually there are dyno's out there to prove that the T-25 makes more power all the way up to about 21psi...It's gonna drop off anyways so you migth as well get the most out of it while you can.
     
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  10. blcknspo0ln

    blcknspo0ln DSM Wiseman

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    is this an experienced guess or hear-say?

    like canadiantsi said, there is a dyno of PROOF that a t25 will produce more power. as far as wear-and-tear on the turbo, of course it will wear it more. just like pushing 15 psi will put more wear than 10 psi.
     
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  11. 95blackGsTurbo

    95blackGsTurbo DSM Wiseman

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    I was just saying it because I searched this a while back when I got my MBC and everyone said it's not worth it to go over 15psi even with my 190lph pump.
     
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