doing a pull to 7 grand on a closed course 18psi fwd , dsmlink tuned, bc 272's etc tial 38mm open dump , 3" no cat
going 35 until I punch it (when it gets lound) and briskfully finish up in third gear at about 80 mph @ 6rpm
fix GOT BOOST o2 dump housing
It's a pipe! It's a cheap upgrade. It's going to be awesome but it's not
perfect. There, I fixed it.
In this video I install a GOT Boost
external dump o2 housing onto a turbo
I'm fiddling with. The product is sold as "ported" and it is indeed in
comparison to the factory part... but there are a variety of Exhaust housings this could be port-matched to,
so I'm glad it didn't arrive with this done for some other turbo. It can benefit from a little tweaking.
The technique I'm using here is gasket matching. Using the gasket as a
guide, cut the ports so that both flange surfaces match. Radius your steps
or remove them if there's enough material to play with. Polish off the
Mine wasn't flat and I'm glad. Because I got to show you how to fix it at
600x and save you hours of footage of me filing it flat. Stroke hand files
in ONLY ONE DIRECTION. They're not made to use like hacksaws. It destroys
them. At the speed the video plays, you can't really pick that out of it
but I was very careful to preserve my file. I've had it for 15 years.
dsm test run
finally got her running. only running 9psi, and insanely rich tune (watch
the smoke). 2nd and 3rd gear pulls
almost new engine, evo 16g, 660cc injectors, injen intake, 2g mas, turbo back 3" magnaflow Exhaust, no cat, s-afc2, no Boost controller yet, waiting on the Dyno to open up. I am not
shifting hard, nor did i go all the way to the redline, the point of the
video was to make sure my smoke wasnt white or blue. (people must be color
blind). shift light wasnt even set yet. let me know what you think
im aiming for 21-23 psi on 50 trim, and hopefull 330-350 whp
DSM Tribute 2010
DSM the short cut for Diamond Star Motors was an automobile manufacturing
joint venture between the Chrysler Corporation and Mitsubishi Motors
Corporation. The name came from the parent companies' respective logos:
three diamonds (Mitsubishi) and a pentastar (Chrysler). Hope you guys enjoy
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