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Night in the woods vol1 Sandbox evo Screamingdsm Mustang GTR street racing
Another night on the prepped street of the woods. Sandbox Evo vs. ScreamingDSM, GTR vs. Talon, Ford vs. Chevy, Nitrous vs. turbo and more!





Dsm Rebuild Cruise & Pull
The Green Hornet video montage from the UNSTOPPABLES DVD, Rebuilt and Break in of the new motor and cruising & a Pull with 2012 WRX





Clutch Cut Wire Install - 1990 DSM
This video was shot as an illustration of the steps that I took to install a clutch cut wire onto a 1990 DSM. I received a request on this particular project, so I shot the video to clear up any confusion that still may be lurking about. When installing the clutch cut wire, the goal is always the same, make the ECU see a ground when the clutch pedal is depressed. For 91+ models, a clutch cut wire was produced by ECMlink. This wire allows users to install it and maintain the functionality of the cruise control switch while gaining the added benefit of No Lift To Shift (NLTS). If you own a 90 model DSM this wire will not work for you. Just like the ECU, Tach, and other parts of a 90, the cruise control switch is wired differently than 91+ models. The cruise control switch on a 90 is switched to a 12v line while 91+ models are switched to a ground. The programming inside link wants to see a ground, so simply installing the supplied orange and violet ECMlink wire will not do the trick. Another drawback to doing this mod on a 90 is that you will loose the functionality of the cruise control switch. It will no longer disengage the cruise control when the pedal is depressed!!!! This is not an issue for some people because they have already deleted the cruise control but for those of you looking to retain that functionality there is hope. The process of retaining the function of the switch will not be covered here and is a lot more involved. You can find those instructions in the 2nd link below. Setting up NLTS in ECMlink is exciting, but there are a few things that you should know. When setting up the limiter, you can not just blindly guess. You must make a pass (on the drag strip of course) without the mod, banging through the gears as you normally would. Review the log and see where the RPM's drop back to during each shift. You want to choose an RPM very close to this number. For instance. If you rev the car to 7500 and your shift from 1 to 2 dropped to 5400 2 to 3 dropped to 5500 and 3 to 4 dropped to 5500 you would want to set the limiter to 5500 or so. This will closely match the revs between the flywheel and clutch disk when re-engaging the gears. Ironically, you will find that the revs drop to about the same spot IF you rev the car to the same RPM in each gear. Of course, revving the car higher or lower will result in a different reading. Learning to use this new feature can be a real learning curve. If you do not lift your foot completely off the clutch you effectively lower your redline to your clutch cut limit. If you do not keep your foot 100% on the throttle NLTS will not work. On the other hand, if you use this mod as it is intended and you spend the time setting it up the reward will be well worth the effort. I hope that this helps you understand the difference between the 90 and 91+ model clutch cut wires. This page contains a PDF on how to install the clutch cut wire on a 91+ model. http://www.ecmtuning.com/downloads.php This page contains the methods of installing the wire onto a 90 model. http://www.ecmtuning.com/wiki/90clutchcut?s=clutch%20cut





4G63 Mirage/Colt Cold start with 272 Cams
My car on a cold start on Crower 272/272 cams on open Exhaust





2008 ACR Viper vs. Nitrous Corvette vs. AMS EVO
A few plus from last night.





Me vs Ivey Go-Pro
10.1 @ 136. Broke The oil pump





EDM AWD turbo 2G DSM Drag Race, Testing new setup, Brad A. 110mph
5/11/12 New England Dragway - Epping, NH Brad Anderson in his 1999 Eclipse GSX doing some initial runs in his 2g 7 bolt dsm. New turbo setup, making some pulls to dial in the tune and practice launching on a S362 Batmowheel. New England DSM





Gopro testing on DSM AWD Spyder
just going thru Greenwood BC, Canada. Testing the camera position on my TSI AWD Spyder





My DSM @Meals N' Wheels 10-28-2012
First time going to Meals n Wheels. Great turnout and nice selection of food! Can somebody help translate @1:43 ....my engine bay had some ghetto rope holding up my front bumper lol...i wonder if they were talking about it...haha





The Green Machine is Alive Again! 1g AWD DSM Drag Race, Panos 12.1 @ 112 mph
Panos has finally finished a very long build on Leon Reitman's old Green Machine shell. These were the first ever shakedown passes on a 35 degree night in October. Made possible by lots of help from Doug Elfman of Doug's Automotive. Much faster things to come.... New England Dragway 10/12/12 Epping, NH New England DSM





Drag Eclipse GSX Walk-Around
A walkaround of FKR's 2G Eclipse.





Mitsubishi 4g63 Mighty Max drag race, Kevin Jewer in the "Brown Bomber" 117 mph *New Best MPH
Kevin Jewer taking some time away from his low 8 second 1g rear wheel drive talon to work on his Mighty Max. Now on the 50 trim turbo. TCI competition TH350 trans JM Fabrications RWD intake manifold. ECMLINK V3 Mid 30's for temps that night, no traction but the truck did a new best MPH. New England Dragway 10/12/12 Epping, NH New England DSM





4g63 Mighty Max drag race, Kevin Jewer "World's Fastest 4g63 Mighty Max" 11.54 @ 122 mph - NEW Best*
Kevin Jewer finally got some traction and got a new best ET and MPH in his 4g63 Mighty Max. Always improving. Current Best ET: 11.54 Current Best MPH: 122.85 (see compilation vid) Now on the 50 trim turbo. TCI competition TH350 trans JM Fabrications RWD intake manifold. ECMLINK V3 Kevin: "Some other details, it weighs 3000 lbs with me in it. TCI competition TH350 trans. Custom JMF intake and Exhaust manifolds Brent made for me. 2g ECMlink V3 on speed density. Mid 80s Montero LSD in the stock rear axle. MT ET Street radials. Pretty standard 2.3 liter eagle/ross motor. FP 4R cams. 45k miles on the odometer." New England Dragway 10/17/12 Epping, NH New England DSM [FREE Thunder sound FX by: Final Cut King - http://www.youtube.com/user/finalcutking]





M13 Tsi FWD 14.32 vs Vette
Tsi FWD @5800ft altitude ET 14.32





dsm idle coldstart troubleshooting (17+ Air Fuel Ratio)
The first thing that is important to note is that the a/f ratio at low load (cruising and idle and part throttle) will not cause any damage to the motor. The worst that could ever happen is a lean misfire, which will not cause any harm but only effect drivability. The ECU has its own control system for closed loop air/fuel ratio monitoring and adjustment. The system is meant to correct itself to 14.7:1 at all times, or possibly a bit leaner if Mitsubishi programmed it that way. The only tuning that goes into this part of the tune is getting the ECU so that it is happy with its fuel trims. Matching up the STFT loosely to the rpms and the maf input will allow the car to run smoothly, but does not effect what the car will command for air/fuel ratio. Your car, like others idles extremely lean at idle, a car with cams and a DSMLink normally does this. If you pay attention to the STFT value you will see that it is active and it is correcting the fuel to that level. I would consider the fact that your cruising a/fs are 15-16 a benefit, as your gas mileage will improve.





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