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2g daily < project spacecraft

Mitsubishi Eclipse N/T
  • Ownership Status:
    I own it
    Transmission Type:
    Build Type:
    • Street
    Megan cat delete, full exhaust. Cold air intake, Obx coil pack, clutch, flywheel.
    Mods-EMS & Logging:
    Tein dress master springs
    Parts Wishlist:
    Upper and lower engine mounts, Valves, keepers, bc springs, cams, seals, “rebuilt head” wisco low compression pistons, eagle rods, and a nice turbo, oil pan w/ bung, fmic and piping, mega squirt stand alone
    Was a daily driver, made it 50k and overheated, undergoing head rebuild

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  1. BLACK'98DSM
    If I were you I'd switch the test pipe for a high flow cat. With a fully modified exhaust system on top of the cat delete, you have no back pressure at all. A high flow cat will perform best as compared to a stock cat or a test pipe. Especially since you're doing head work, I'd hate to blow it out again.
      Kristopher lane likes this.
    1. Kristopher lane
      Very true! Applicable statement for sure Didn’t even think about that honestly.. appreciate the positive input and tip!
      Kristopher lane, Jan 28, 2020
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