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Here is phase 1.5 of tuning our re-built Lancer Evolution X Gsr for the
late 2010 racing season. This build consisted of replacing our stock
appearing blouch dominator 2.0 turbo
(which ran a best pass of 11.4 @ 122mph) with an Extreme turbo Systems Billet T3 PT67-65 turbo Kit. We also removed the entire long block
out of the car to be custom built to our specs with a full Cosworth Bottom
End. We are now using Cosworth Pistons, Rods, Bearings, Rings, and Head
Gasket. Gino, from Evolution Racing Engines in Amityville, Ny performed a
complete Port and Polish along with an extreme valve job to match GSC's S2
274/274 Camshafts high duration and lift. Furthermore, an AMS 600HP Fuel
System was customized by us in utilizing Twin External/In-Line Bosch 044
Fuel Pumps feeding a -8 Feed and Return line to an AMS Fuel Pressure
Regulator Kit and AMS Fuel Rail feeding Fuel Injector Clinics 2150 c.c
Injectors. We also decided to purchase an Exedy Twin HD Re-Build kit to
freshen up our clutch which had numerous mid-11 second passes at
EnglishTown, Race Way Park.
Last but not least, The new Tial Q 50mm Blow Off Valve replaced the stock
metal valve which starts leaking at the 27psi marker. We have now
successfully maxed out the stock factory MAF Housing which registers 4.99
Volts from Peak Boos/Torque to our Red-Line of 10,000rpm. The stock factory
MAP Sensor also caps itself out at 33.4psi. We are upgrading to an Omni
4-Bar map sensor to run upwards of 50psi in hopes to max out our Precision
T3 Billet 67-65 turbo and achieve an
absolute minimum of 825whp. Our conclusion for the 2010 Racing Season
motivates us to become a few World Record Holders consisting of: The
World's Highest HP Evo X Gsr with the Stock ECU, Stock MAF, and E-85 Fuel.
Lastly, we are motivated to become The World's Fastest and Quickest Evo X
Gsr, period...Extreme thanks goes out to all our sponsors, clients,
friends, and fans who are making all of this possible, especially: Extreme
turbo Systems, Ams Performance,
Evolution Racing Engines, Cosworth, GSC, Precision turbo, Fuel Injector Clinic, Tial, Hallman,
Supertech, Exedy, Ecuflash/Evoscan (Tephra, Golden). Thank You.
Nissan 370Z vs. BMW 135i, Mazda RX-8 R3, and Pontiac Solstice GXP - CAR and DRIVER
Name your game for $37,000 (or less).
Nissan 370Z vs. BMW 135i, Mazda RX-8 R3, and Pontiac Solstice GXP -
2007 Ford Mustang Shelby GT
vs. 2007 Mazda RX-8, 2007 Nissan 350Z, 2008 Audi TT 2.0T - Comparison Test
Can Nissan Beat BMW? 370Z vs. 135i
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What comes after Z?, we wondered when Nissan let the stage go black in 1996
and officially bid farewell to the Z-car at an event at the Petersen
Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. Sales of the twin-turbo 300ZX had been declining as fast as
applications for library cards, so Nissan simply stopped selling the car in
the U.S. It made us wonder where the Z fit in Nissan's future.
The answer came in 2002, when the Nissan 350Z appeared, a serious sports
car that seemed to measure itself against the Corvette in both speed and
style. It brought people back to Nissan, but lots of the young enthusiasts
didn't know what an icon the Z had been for the company since its inception
With the 2009 Nissan 370Z, all that changes. As a Z should be, the 370Z is
a statement of purpose, not just another car on the showroom floor. With
this second-generation version of the revitalized Z, the car has moved on
from affordable performance to something that brings new descriptions into
play — not only like quick, fast, strong and powerful, but also gorgeous,
luxurious, nimble, graceful, delicate and smooth.
This is a car so good that it makes you wonder what kind of car it is: a
sports car, a sport coupe or a muscle-bound pony car? And that's where the
2008 BMW 135i comes in, a pocket-size BMW M3 with an affordable price tag
Battle of the Bimmers: BMW M3 v BMW 135i v BMW 335i
Before you start sending us flaming e-mails complaining that a comparison
between the 2008 Audi S5 and the 2008 BMW M3 Coupe is an obvious mismatch
from the get-go, you should know a few things.
Our first full test of the $53,000, all-wheel-drive 2008 Audi S5 was a bit
of a revelation. With a 354-horsepower version of Audi's
direct-injection 4.2-liter V8 under its hood, the voluptuous Audi S5 ran a
13.3-second quarter-mile at 104 mph, just 0.1 second and 2 mph shy of the
420-hp 2007 Audi RS4 sedan. What's more, the S5's slalom speed is within a
couple mph of the harsh-riding RS-spec sedan. "It ran a 13.3? With that
kind of speed, who needs a $67,000 RS4?" we asked ourselves.
We believe so strongly in the 2008 Audi S5 that it earned our Inside Line's
inaugural Editors' Choice Award.
So we acquired (hastily perhaps) another 2008 Audi S5 and set it against
the new 2008 BMW M3 Coupe, a car now fortified with V8 power for the first
time. Speed-reading the specifications sheets of these two cars, they seem
like natural rivals: the 354-hp, all-wheel-drive 2008 Audi S5 measured
against the 414-hp, rear-wheel-drive 2008 BMW M3.
But as it turns out, we gave the 2008 Audi S5 a bigger challenge than we
had initially intended.