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Drag Race Build Kratos

Year:
1991
Model/Trim:
Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX
  • Ownership Status:
    I own it
    Turbo Type:
    GT35 Variant
    Drivetrain:
    AWD
    Transmission Type:
    Automatic
    Build Type:
    • Drag Race
    Mods-Bolt-on:
    HX40 one off Garrett T4 1.15 machined housing
    Morrison Fabrications Consoidated T-4 Twin Scroll Top Mount
    ETS 6 inch Race I.C
    Tial 50MM B.O.V and 2x 38MM W.G
    Magnus V4 I.M
    Aeromotive Mechanical Fuel Pump
    F.I.C 2150
    Weldon FPR
    Dynatek Arc-2
    300M homemade C.O.P
    Nitrous Dry 50 shot
    Mods-Engine:
    GSC S3's
    Kiggly Race Springs
    Kiggly HLA
    Curt Brown ported 2G head
    Curt Brown short block Manley turbo tuffs and custom shearer spec wiseco pistons
    Mods-EMS & Logging:
    AEM Series 2
    Speed Density
    Mods-Drivetrain:
    J.B precision
    4 Bolt rear end swap
    DSS Driveshaft
    EFISpecialties TCU
    Mods-Handling:
    KSport Kontrol Pro Coil Overs
    EVO VIII Rims 17x8 with 245-40/17's
    RM Front/Rear Way Bar's
    Energy Suspension Full Bushing Kit
    1G Big Brake Swap
    EBC USR slotted rotors F/R
    EBC Greenstuff pads F/R
    B.F.G S.S brake lines
    Jay Racing toe-end eliminator kit
    3 Gen Brake master cylinder
    Bulfab cross member
    Battery Relocation
    Background:
    Building this car since 2010.
  • 1/4 Mile E/T:
    9.26
    1/4 Mile MPH:
    147
    1/8 Mile E/T:
    5.98
    1/8 Mile MPH:
    119
    60' Time:
    1.42

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  1. TeamFury
    Grazie Omar.
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  2. eps991
    nice car!
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  3. TeamFury
    I was the same way, I actually had this meth kit for over 2 years before I finally hooked it up and I asked myself "why did I wait so long" for my car I went from 10 degrees up top to 20 @30 P.S.I that was the only change was adding meth and tuning. Every car will be different though, they say you can add a couple degrees but I added 10 with no knock until I started really turning it up but 18 is not bad at all for pump gas. I did start by using the hobb switch and I had no issues but I figured it would be easier to just use link to activate it, very user friendly you can control what load point you want to activate it at instead of guessing, I think it was easy. As long as your base tune is on point choose the load point to actuvate it and adjust the secondary global fuel adjustments until you AFR's are where you want them.
  4. xlevanx
    That's awesome good luck with it. I'm debating on running a meth kit. Easy to set up through link and tuning with it?
  5. TeamFury
    Well 2 months ago after I installed the dynatek arc-2 I got up to 37 P.S.I on pump gas and meth with a M10 nozzle. The dynatek harness had a problem so that's where I stopped. Once I get it back in hopefully this week, waiting on the new kelfords, and I upgraded to a M14 nozzle so I have no clue. My WOT timing was 18 up top which is pretty good for pump gas at them boost levels. Even without the bigger nozzle I could probably go 40+ p.s.i with timing in the low teens. I was seeing roughly 74 lbs/min at that boost level @8K+
  6. xlevanx
    How much boost you plan on running in that bad boy?
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