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20G awd DSM in car w GoPro low 12's

CRANK IT! gopro barely picks up sound. just my 92 talon at st thomas dragway. runnin at 24psi on 91 octane pump gas, stock 6 bolt block(all stock internals no cams), td05h 20g turbo,dnp tubular headers with external wastegate, turbonetics ultragate 38 wastegate, ported 1g o2 housing, full 3" Exhaust, fmic 21/2" Intercooler piping, turbosmart 34mm vee port, 2g mas, 3"intake, 680cc injectors, 255 walbro, aeromotive fpr, greddy kevlar timing belt, competition clutch 2700 pp, 6 puck sprung clutch, truelite flywheel, welded centre diff, vc eliminated, chrome moly shift forks, 4bolt lsd rear diff, dsm link v2, tein lowering spring and front strut tower bar. car ran 60ft----------------1.6909 330ft--------------5.1868 et@594----------7.5059 1/8 et-------------8.0148 1/8mph----------88.43 1/4et--------------12.4788 1/4mph----------110.55 cladding blew off at the traps at about 110mph lol STILL IN ONE PIECE SWEET! mild anti lag and nlts just my first day at the track with the new old talon. its my new dd while my 97 talon gets built tranny and maybe motor over the winter


 


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Eagle Talon Acceleration 22psi 20g TSi AWD
Just a brief pull I did from 35-115mph. I was bored and just made the vid for shits and giggles. Yes I know its really shaky. Sorry my camera mount wasnt with me and shifting/driving/recording = a pita.





Eagle Talon AWD vs Turbo Civic
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Curt Brown 2009 DSM Shootout
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Quick little stroll down the road in the STI. With a lil 1st-4th pull.





Friday Night No-Lift-To-Shift
Great "kills". Shelby GT500, Mustang GT, Camaro, Nova, WRX STi, Integra. Getting used to a new way of driving. I have successfully enabled the clutch cut feature in DSMlink, and just in time for another Friday night to see what it will do for my time slips. I'd say results are pretty conclusive that it shaves 0.4 seconds and adds 3 mph when used properly while other variables remain the same. You mash the gas for the duration of the run from staging to the finish and after you dump the clutch, each time you press the clutch, the ignition is limited to your shift RPMs. Doing this leaves the throttle plate wide-open, and you can maintain Boost between gears. I can't describe it any other way than awesome. 2 videos from the prior week cover the wiring for this modification.





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ER 10 6@125 92 Talon TSI AWD Auto EVOIII 16g
Stock Auto trans with line pressure mod Stock 7.8:1 comp bottom end E85 fuel





1G DSM makes 456hp on stock motor (dynojet) on 16g (400 on dynomite)
Stock 6 bolt makes 400hp on Dynomite on EVOIII 16g turbo





Dsm pump gas record in car
I set a personal best pump gas record. 10.65@129.6





20g DSM on Dynojet
First pull was decent until she decided to spin. 2nd & 3rd pulls were wicked rich. This was just a Dyno day, so there wasn't any tuning done. Bolt-on Modifications: 20g turbo (3" inlet comp housing & ported hotside) ▫ DNP tubular Exhaust manifold ▫ Open dump o2 housing ▫ 3'' Punishment Racing downpipe (cat delete) ▫ 3'' GReddy TI-C catback Exhaust ▫ VRSF FMIC ▫ 1g intake manifold ▫ 1g throttle body ▫ FIC 750cc injectors ▫ Walbro 255 fuel pump (STM rewire) ▫ 1g BOV ▫ Unorthodox crank pulley ▫ 4" FP intake w/ K&N FIPK filter ▫ NGK spark plugs & wires Engine Management: ECUFlash ▫ EvoScan ▫ '99 GST "Black box" ECU ▫ AEM digital wideband ▫ AEM Tru-Boost controller/gauge ▫ AEM digital 0-150psi oil pressure gauge ▫ AEM digital water temp gauge Engine Internals: ARP headstuds ▫ Kelford 272/272 cams ▫ Evo 8 springs & retainers ▫ 3g revised lifters ▫ Balance shaft elimination Drivetrain Modifications: Automatic to 5-speed transmission swap ▫ SBC SS-series 2200# PP ▫ TZ/B-series kevlar/ceramic dual friction clutch disk





Eagle Talon TSi AWD Turbo TD05H 20G 25psi. Vs Corvette C6 Modified Street Racing 1/4mil.
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500+hp dsm on the streets in car
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Stock Block!!!!AWD Talon
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11 second DSM at the track inside cam & outside. 1992 Plymouth Laser RS-T AWD
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