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Recent content by gsxitement

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    98 GSX Time Trial build

    Happy 22 years with the old girl!!
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    98 GSX Time Trial build

    Got a very cool package the other day. Can’t wait to get it in the car and add some cooling to the trans as well. Gotta do everything to keep the trans happy.
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    98 GSX Time Trial build

    More pics:
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    Transmission cooling

    We were pouring water on the radiator with the fans on, engine idling and my big blower blowing on it. That was the only was to get it to cool down. Taking it all apart this off season, so we’ll see how everything looks
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    Transmission cooling

    When we were at gridlife NJMP, it was insane. My CEL comes on at 234°. It would come on and I would know I had two hot laps to get it done. Mind you, it would come on during my second lap. Out lap, half way through the first hot lap the light would come on, the end of that lap water temp gauge...
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    Transmission cooling

    Yeah. It was insane. Not sure how the head didn’t lift or blow a head gasket. Not gonna go E85. Hard to get at the race track. And I have a couple other personal reasons lol
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    Transmission cooling

    100 octane. And only 15psi. Ambient temps were like 98°. Track temps were 130ish.
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    Transmission cooling

    Yeesh…..my coolant temps were at 250….and thats only cause that’s where the gauge stops. Working on some cooling system ducting and possibly an electric water pump.
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    Transmission cooling

    For one, it would allow the front of the car to be sealed and make more front downforce.
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    Transmission cooling

    That’s super interesting! Many water temps were insane at NJMP a couple weekends ago. Granted the high 90’s ambient temps aren’t typical, but it got to the point that even with the fans on, engine running and my blower fan blowing on the radiator, we had to start dumping bottles of water on the...
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    Transmission cooling

    All up in your face with the resurrection…..how has this setup held up? I plan on doing something similar this off-season. Lime Rock always breaks my 4th gear, presumably from all the high speed/high G right handers. I’m also going to use the boostin’ bearing plate to keep shaft deflection down...
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    DSM Track Records/Lap Times

    Update: NJMP Thunderbolt. 1:27.182 via transponder GridLife Track Mod class winning lap and current GridLife Track Mod record at that track. New time set on 265/35-18 Nangkang CRS. Yeah, the Yokos are good, but the nangkangs are gooder lol
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    98 GSX Time Trial build

    The accusump was by far the best investment in engine longevity I made. No more dry starts and oil pressure being fed to the motor at all times, regardless of what’s happening in the pan. I want to do the Frontline oil pump setup, and that’ll be the last step before going full dry sump.
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    98 GSX Time Trial build

    Thanks! So, that’s the oil pressure gauge. But before you freak out, the gauge is reading what the pick up is seeing. I have the accusump in the car so take what that gauge says with a grain of salt. Even with the moroso pan, with all the trap doors and stuff, still losing oil at the pickup...
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    98 GSX Time Trial build

    Thank you man! Left a lot on the table especially into T1. Was trending faster on the next lap, but the fuse for the MFI relay popped. Not sure why. It was extraordinarily hot that weekend, so maybe that had something to do with it. But it’s still a win!
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