1992 Galant VR4 Idle and 2 step

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1988 Mitsubishi Galant VR4
My 1988 Mitsubishi Galant VR4 Project, doesnt idle properly on start up because of a few things like having trailor plugs in the loom, idle screw by the plenum is just a bolt, and a few other things.. still trying to tidy it up from previous owners A/M Forged block ARP studs, Custom Oil lines, Full standard head recon new gearbox, clutch TD05 20G turbo really bad Intercooler setup, chipped singleboard ecu 8 psi does alright when the IC pipes dont wana blow off haha keeps up with V8 STI's doesn't beat them but they don't get too far in front.. very rarely gets used in this state though, Hundreds of hours spent on this car to get it to where it is, things like no bolts holding gearbox onto motor just welds turbo upside down, Intercooler piping waaay worse, vacuum leaks to the shit house pissing out oil, Boost leaks, amongst alot of other things was fully ready for the scrap heap but back from the dead-ish should be making around 410 KW est. When its done with a couply more bits could get alot more but wanting to run it reliably and still have pretty decent fuel economy also with the current setup, gona be track, street, showpony. Still a lot more work to get it to where I want it. Will Upload more when it Happens. Hopefully comming back December 2011 With a bit more

Galant VR4 idle set on DKS 272 cams and MAFt
After some adjusting the gvr4 is now idling on its own. Just a couple little things and finish rest of the Exhaust.

Galant Vr4 1992
my goal was to make it very clean and satisfy my huge need for speed. I finally found one and immediately started upgrading it by changing the Intercooler to a full FMIC kit that fits the JDM bumper. I had a friend, Jesse Botello, who does Exhaust, custom bends and Exhaust systems with 3.5-inch piping from the turbo back. Next, I went Lucas English, owner of English Racing, who installed a custom two-stage methanol injection system and EVO III 16G turbo. He tuned it and on the Dyno it put down 317 whp and 341 ft-lbs of torque. The power increase was night and day, so I shifted my focus to the exterior. I did the four-bolt rear-end swap and the 5-lug 1G conversion so I would have more wheel options. I went with these Primax Wheels because I liked the look of a clean white car with black wheels with red lips. I then put Ksport's Kontrol Pro Suspension system on. But like any speed freak, I wanted more power! I went back to English Racing and Lucas upgraded the turbo to a Forced Performance 3052 ball-bearing turbo, FP 4-inch intake and Crower cams. He also rebuilt and upgraded the transmission. Lucas then tuned it again and set the Boost settings at 25 psi without methanol and 30 psi with methanol. It put down 448 whp and 399 ft-lbs of torque. I'm very impressed with the vehicle's performance-it's right where I want it for now. Once this motor gets tired, the Galant will be getting a English Racing-built race motor! Read more: http://www.modified.com/features/modp-0910-1992-mitsubishi-galant-vr-4/#ixz z2CG5hJxBV

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