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92 GSX clean street build

92gsxbafaro

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May 20, 2011
Spokane, Washington
Had some issues tuning still working on it but here it is with the new turbosmart wastegate, valve cover and catch can set up
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Smilinjay

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Nice build! I couldn't help but notice that you still had the internal wastegate flapper arm on your hot side. This is probably causing a massive pre o2 sensor exhaust leak and throwing your afr's off. That's what happened on mine at least. Should have it plug welded like this
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92gsxbafaro

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May 20, 2011
Spokane, Washington
Thanks, it didn't leak at all otherwise it would from the factory. Updated picture, just pained and mounted the catch can better. By the way shout out to Gamble Garage on making the catch can, custom size and looks good.
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92gsxbafaro

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Spokane, Washington
working on cleaning the interior today figured id post a picture with the new dash, also replaced some of the interior clips in the back with some new OEM ones. working with a new tuner now, as the one i was working with dropped off the face of the earth hoping to get it on the road soon. i feel like :banghead: because its taking so long! Haha

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Looking at the picture i need to do some more cleaning back there, but those are the little pin clips i replaced that were cracked before.

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92gsxbafaro

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Spokane, Washington
Thanks man I aim to inspire :cool: LOL.

Just today got a couple OEM bits new dipstick, oil return washers, bolts and gasket hopefully no more oil leak from the return now. The dipstick I just bought because I didn't want to pay extremepsi 7.50 to ship a gasket that costs less than that haha seals nice
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Also it's been a while since I posted a picture of the car, so this weekend I got a chance to wash it for the first time in way too long.
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92gsxbafaro

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May 20, 2011
Spokane, Washington
Got a video of the pull that it estimated this, a really bad video, but a video at least. uploading it in a few minutes.
this is the first wot pull ive been able to do
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92gsxbafaro

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May 20, 2011
Spokane, Washington
the video sucks i tried some editing software that was free, it said it had a watermark wasnt expecting that haha but the video wouldnt really be good aside from that anyway but here ya go

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92gsxbafaro

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May 20, 2011
Spokane, Washington
Well, I'm happy to finally say that it's tuned and running great on 28psi getting 30mpgs. All my tuning problems were solved when I switched to ecmlink v3. I'll work on posting videos soon.
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92gsxbafaro

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May 20, 2011
Spokane, Washington
today i did the Outlander brake swap, i used calipers from a 91 stealth i found at a junkyard and rebuilt. A lot bigger than the stock 1g rotor, went super smooth.

Here's the rebuilt calipers, new rotors, pads and Outlander brackets
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keltalon

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today i did the Outlander brake swap, i used calipers from a 91 stealth i found at a junkyard and rebuilt. A lot bigger than the stock 1g rotor, went super smooth.

Here's the rebuilt calipers, new rotors, pads and Outlander brackets
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thers nothing like the feeling of sovling a problem congrats.
 

92gsxbafaro

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May 20, 2011
Spokane, Washington
I was able to make some passes last friday running 13.721 on my best run with the boost settling at about 22psi and spiking to 25 gonna change a couple things and turn it up to 28psi next time to see what it can do. This was with no launch control set up also.

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