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8 second 1g build thread.

Posted by reddragon1, Apr 14, 2014

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  1. reddragon1

    reddragon1 Proven Member

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    Well I have had the idea rolling around in my head for a while so this build thread is long over due. When this build started I had a 90 panda TSI. Then a very nice blue GSX That was already auto came into play. But to make a long story short I started collecting parts winter of 2013 and spring is right around the corner I'm a few parts shy but I'm getting there and getting there in a hurry I would think. The engine is a 11.5 to 1 wiseco pistons with Manley I beams. The head is being ported by a local porter here in Kansas City the care will be powered by a 6766 precision unit. I'm planning forcing 50 psi down in the little 2.0 with e85.

    http://s535.photobucket.com/user/awdlaser1/library/8 second GSX
     
  2. Spdfreak

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    That setup sounds like its going to need alot of fuel, which fuel pump are you planning on running?
     

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    1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX
    14.630 @ 104.000 · 2G DSM
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    I have a walbro 450 feeding a surge tank to a magna fuel 750
     
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    Well good luck and enjoy the long journey haha. Post pictures of your car!
     
  5. reddragon1

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    Thank you I have a few pictures on the link in posted I tried posting pictures but it would not let me.
     
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    An update my magna fuel 750 pump showed up now waiting on a surge tank and a bunch of fitting and a 255 in line for the nitrous to have its own stand alone fuel source.
     
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    time to bring this back from the grave with some pictures
     

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    Looks good, what size/type of wheels are those? I'm in the search for some new wheels for a slick setup.
     
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    They are 15x8 25 off set they are str racing wheels cheap but they serve what i need so im not bitching.
     
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    I love the wheel/tire combo! Lots of meat with those tires... Looks mean! :hellyeah:
     

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    1991 Eagle Talon TSi AWD
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  11. reddragon1

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    here is the car when they 1st went on
     

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  12. Booosted Maniac

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    What made you go DR's over Slicks if you don't mind me asking?
     
  13. reddragon1

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    Drag radials hook good too. The reason I use them is mainly that they don't run out as fast also driving on slick on the street can get wobbly from time to time.
     

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