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1994 Mitsubishi Evo

OH91awd

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Sep 22, 2011
chillicothe, Ohio
Engine, trans, and turbo kit on. Hopefully get this thing fired up in pretty soon. 75 more days until the first IFO @ Hebron

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looking good as always scott. this is making me pumped to get my car back and get ir ready for ifo.
 

b00stedtalon2

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Dec 19, 2005
Detroit, Michigan
Car is finished and I've put some miles on it while touching up the tune. Just waiting for the storm to calm so I can get back to racing.

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b00stedtalon2

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Dec 19, 2005
Detroit, Michigan
Switched to a small cell up front as I was experiencing pressure drop issues with lots of Gs.

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Car went [email protected] which is a new personal best at west salem IFO (placed 2nd). Didn't get enough runs in to get the 60' knocked down from the 1.55. Best MPH was 155 (still on the S363).

switched from a single nozzle wet kit to a direct port
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Upgraded the rear axles to DSS 300m and had the rear diff inspected/refreshed while it was apart
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Some testing at SCT Indy
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Gen 2 7285 going in to try and run the wcf super street min ET of 8.50 for stage 2 registration.
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b00stedtalon2

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Dec 19, 2005
Detroit, Michigan
Dialed in the 7285 on the dyno and then went testing at the track. It went [email protected] but was not able to get the 60' down due to a small nitrous issue. Should be heading back in 1-2 weeks to get our 8.50 min et goal.

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4gsx63

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Jan 27, 2003
Concord, North_Carolina
Congrats! Huge jump from the BW 63mm. Plenty more room to go.

What boost and nitrous was that run? Dyno numbers? Also, what base fuel pressure?
 

b00stedtalon2

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Dec 19, 2005
Detroit, Michigan
Congrats! Huge jump from the BW 63mm. Plenty more room to go.

What boost and nitrous was that run? Dyno numbers? Also, what base fuel pressure?
Thanks!

The run was 53psi and some nitrous to the 1/8. Car made 617hp on a mustang dyno at 58psi (my car never reads high on dynos LOL). Base pressure is 70psi with a single set of 2150s.
 

b00stedtalon2

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Dec 19, 2005
Detroit, Michigan
Went testing again and got it down to an 8.48. Had to let off at the 1000' and coast.

Dropping the car off next week for a 25.5 7.50 legal cage and then sitting until WCF.

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b00stedtalon2

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Detroit, Michigan
Painted inside and then installed some carpet.

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Cage certified
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Went from the kiggly 2 tooth to the 12 tooth kit
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Electric water pump installed and plumbed
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8x dekas installed and plumbed
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Switching to a Fueltech. I went with the FT550
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b00stedtalon2

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Dec 19, 2005
Detroit, Michigan
Ditching the silicone and went with Vibrant HD clamps for all 4 connections.

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b00stedtalon2

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Dec 19, 2005
Detroit, Michigan
Do you worry about the non-silicone connections not providing any flexibility under engine shifting?
These clamp assemblies offer a lot of flexibility, allowing the pipe to move a little over 3/8" while still sealing. It also helps that my front engine mount is solid (watching the car on the dyno, the engine didn't move at all).
 
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