Fitted HKS SSQV dump valve to a Mitsubishi Legnum VR-4, and took it for a quick drive.
Mitsubishi Legnum VR-4 Specs:
2.5 litre V6 24 valve
4 wheel drive
Active Yaw Control
5 speed Tiptronic gearbox
Blueflame cat-back Exhaust
HKS SSQV dump valve
1992 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4
Update: This was a for sale video, for those that don't care to read the
rest of the description, I made this video so people could see the car
shifted in and out all the gears at various rpm's with no grinding, that it
went down the road well, and had good oil pressure as well. Oh and the car
This is a video I took driving my VR4 so I could show it drove fine.
Its mainly stock, but has lots of new parts and some performance parts
added. Its got a new transmission, new TC, new clutch, Eibach lowering
springs, 3sx downpipe, gutted pre-cats, Hallman pro Manual Boost controller, K&N FIPK, Custom 3 inch
single exit Exhaust, 5zigen rims,
Autometer oil and Boost gauges.
The whole car completely stripped to a bare shell and all removable body
panels were taken off and the car was repainted.
I've just got it at stock Boost ~
My one day old manual converted Legnum VR4 on the dyno at Eurospec 2000
Club VR4 Dyno day at
Eurospec 2000, 07/02/09. I had the auto box replaced the day before
(06/02/09) so this is the first time it was properly pushed. My last Dyno result showed 260bhp
on the dot but that was with the calculations for an auto box (torque
converter loss etc). This run was on the manual box and showed 236bhp, but
I had a massive drop in power at 3000rpm, but otherwise I am still hovering
at just under 260bhp. Stock car with a custom twin Exhaust only. Should be improving that soon with
a proper EBC and a facelift ECU.