Bisimoto tuning of turbocharged Toyota Celica race car
This is a video depicting a full throttle sweep of a turbocharged Toyota Celica race car, owned by Toby L, of Elite tint. This chassis houses a factory second generation MR2 T engine, with coil on plug, factory turbo, custom front mount Intercooler from Bisimoto, Racepak IQ3 dash, a 32mm mandated restrictor at the turbo inlet, tuned on an AEM EMS-4 ecu.
After a partial throttle tuning session, this experimental setup yielded an astonishing, and restrictor limited, 231.5whp and an amazing 279.4 ft/lbs of torque, at 4920 and 3762 RPMs, respectively.
With such an appealling powerband at 14.6psi, and superb drivability, this reliable setup is poised for great racing.
Toyota Celica 1
* Shot on: Nikon d7000
** created by Adil Bakeev (www.photoadil.com)
*** programs: Final Cut Pro, Adobe After Effects and Sony Vegas Pro
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500 HP Toyota Pikes Peak Electric Race-car TMG EV P002
Toyota Motorsport GmbH (TMG) is set to tackle the high altitudes of the legendary Pikes Peak International Hill Climb using a secret weapon - electric power.
Unlike conventional combustion engines, the fully electric drivetrain of the new Toyota EV P002 racecar maintains full power even in the thin air of the hill climb's 19.9 kilometre course. http://bit.ly/A6YZEK
Bisimoto tuning of "Reverse head" H22a ITB'd engine
This is a dynamometer sweep of a very interesting project: Sgt. Fitz' reverse head, H22a powered Honda Odyssey mini van. With 52mm individual throttle bodies, coil on plug ignition, factory camshafts, stock bottom end, restrictive intake filters, Bisimoto camgears, custom header and an AEM EMS, this contrarian made 206bhp, with excellent driving characteristics. Partial throttle drivability is superb!
Kudos to the builder for this unique setup, and for choosing Bisimoto for tuning services, soon to be featured in Honda Tuning magazine.
Restored 1975 celica Gt (1st gen) classic celica
This is my 1975 celica Gt. My father bought this car new in may of 75. It was my first car at 16. I retired it in 1995 and did a full restoration. The engine has been recently rebuilt. The drive train is all original. This is a video of a walk around of the car and description.
1994 Celica 3sgte swap Dyno tuning
Hydra Nemesis Ecu, 1200cc injector, top feed fuel rail. Forge internal, BC 264 cams and valve spring, Apiex 1.8mm head gasket . Could of made more power, called it good for now, still using S54 tranny, convert to E153, and redo my Intercooler piping. Blew apart 1 time on Dyno. Then will crank it up to the Max.
412whp 356 tq at 24.7lb Boost. E85 tune
Miata AEM EMS Antilag
Video demonstrating a basic, simple antilag feature on the AEM EMS, using the 2step rev limiter to retard the ignition to hold a set RPM. This effectively works as an antilag as seen in the video. Car is in neutral in my driveway and I slowly vary throttle. Note, OEM tach is reading a few hundred RPM high and the EGT isn't hooked up on this manifold.
AEM EMS4 Universal Standalone ECU REAL STREET PERFORMANCE
AEM was nice enough to send us one of the New EMS4 Universal Standalone ECU's to let us become familiar with it before they were released to the retail market. The EMS4 is a fully capable universal standalone ecu designed for running 4 cylinder engines in both cars AND powersports applications. Its shares many of the same features youll find in the popular AEM Series2 Plug and Play computers at a fraction of the cost. If you have any questions, or you think you might be interested in purchasing one please contact us today: 407-695-7223
These can now be purchased through our online store here:
AEM EMS has bad signal ground to TPS and other sensors
The most recent series one EMS 30-1050 computer has a problem with delivering a clean signal ground. We have tested the vehicle on a lab scope with the original ECU, an earlier (but brand new) 30-1050 EMS, and the newest 30-1050 EMS and the newest box is giving problems. AEM tech says the problem is in the car and can't possibly be the computer, but it is. And as usual, I am right and they are wrong. It always takes me testing and posting these videos to get them to believe me.
Bisimoto Porsche 911 Twin Turbo: low boost tuning
This is a full throttle sweep, after a partial throttle tune and variocam optimization of the Bisimoto Twin turbo 911. Running VP streetblaze 100 octane fuel, and tuned using a custom AEM Series 2 EMS, drive by wire throttle technology, digital Boost control, twin 61/62 billet turbonetics turbochargers, this 6 speed 997 gearboxed, water cooled 3.4 Litre engine made 601whp and 430ft/lbs of torque at only 11psi of Boost, 7100rpms, on a dynapack series 4000 dynamometer. (update: with further Variocam tuning, the power has increased to 648whp and 461ft/lbs, at the same bost level)
Drivability is superb, and with precise variocam tuning, the vehicle is very tame in vacuum regions...when Boost comes on, a monster is unleashed.