190 MPH Sequential EVO IX

January 30th, 2018

Wow! Talk about dialing up the boost – the sequentially shifted DSM is back and it’s better than ever.

With a brand new Extreme Turbo Systems (ETS) 6-inch front-mounted intercooler, the boost is turned all the way up to 55 psi. A new AEM Infinity controller, tuned by Lance (Toyomoto), makes sure that plenty of E85 fuel makes it to the cylinders. Any way you slice it – more air and more fuel equals increased performance.

This sporty sedan is prepared by Machines Gone Wild (Miami, Florida). It features a Ronnie Crawford built 2.2-liter engine with Carillo connecting rods and a billet crankshaft. Forced Performance (FP) Super 99 turbochargers are cramming copious amounts of air into the engine and a Drenth Sequential transmission is used to bang through the gears. This is a fully equipped car that weighs in at 3,300-pounds with the driver. Horsepower is estimated at 1,100.

This car rolled into WannaGoFast Ocala, Florida (standing half-mile) and began climbing the ladder (of speed) on the way to posting a best top speed of 190 mph.

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