9 second turbo 1g awd dsm drag race, Nick Stack 9.6 @ 145 mph
Nick Stack in his 1990 Eclipse GSX making some passes at the Import vs Domestic Event.
Nick won the Modified Import Class.
Trying out the new JMF Drag sheet metal intake manifold, tune needs some tweaking for that larger plenum over the Magnus but it was still running in the mid 9's.
Inaugural Liberty Engines Import vs Domestic Shootout at New England Dragway.
6/23/2012 - Epping, NH
New England DSM
Tom's Turbo Garage: Eagle Talon AWD Turbo Upgrade - Part Two
In this episode, we finish the T3 based PTE 6266 turbo upgrade on my DSM. After getting all of the parts bolted in, we go for a road test to get the initial ECMLink tune nailed down.
You can see a complete modification list and many more photos and details at http://talon.turbomirage.com
For more details on my DIY water alcohol injection setup, please visit http://www.turbomirage.com/water
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A behind the scenes look on the building of the popular and powerful JM Fabrications intake manifolds for DSM's, Evo's, SRT-4's and more.
WORLDS FASTEST AWD / 4G63 DATSUN / 20B RX7 IN TESTING
Willowbank Raceway held the 1st of the 2012 Top Sportman Series on the weekend. Reece McGregor and the Heat Treatments Skyline thought it would be a good chance to have some test runs in their worlds fastest RB26 powered 4wd skyline. The team worked hard all day and were rewarded with a final pass or 7.64, not far off their 7.56 record, although something tells me theres plenty more to come from this car again.
Another car using the test lane was Rob Novak in his Jett Racing 4G63 powered Datsun 1200. The team made adjustments through the day and saw a PB 7.35 @ 187mph on the second last pass of the night, the final wild pass on video then saw a transmission failure but a happy team none the less.
Final team testing was the Direct Clutch/Promodz Rx7, the car is 3/4 chassis and a running 3rotor 20BT tweaked by Mazfix. The team recently made adjustments in the rear and also in transmission and are starting to see results, it ran a 7.99 @ 171mph through the day, then later in the night suffered a leaking Boost pipe. Owners Jerry and Dan tell me they havent even started to push the motor yet, so another car with plenty more to come, and im sure that pb 7.80 will soon be slashed.
These cars should all be running at the up and coming Sydney Jamboree at WSID and by the looks of things have some unfinished business they want to take care of :)
Lamborghini Reventon from a Mitsubishi Eclipse
This is a picture collection of how a 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse became a Lamborghini Reventon! This car IS NOT MINE! It was built by Alexander Stupkin, a young Ukrainian jeweler from Odessa. Thank for watching!
1997 Eclipse GSX COMPLETE build in HD - 400awhp
A 7 month build in 26 minutes! A MUST SEE!
K&N filter element / FP Cast aluminum intake tube / Old school FP green turbo / FP turbo oil filter / Greedy electronic Boost controller / Apexi FMIC and short route steel hard pipes with Extreme PSI silicon couplers and T-clamps / External 38mm Tial wastegate / Tial BOV / Walbro 255 fuel pump / B&M fpr / 660cc Denzo injectors / BJ's polished SMIM / Stock TB / NGK 7mm spark wires / NGK spark plugs / turbo Back 3'' Megan Racing Exhaust / Megan Racing o2 housing / Balance Shaft Eliminator Kit / RRE Oil Catch Can / RRE Prothane Motor Mounts / Optima red top battery / RRE black silicon vacuum lines / Fluidamper harmonic balancer
DSM link v3 on Speed Density / Auto meter Cobalt Boost, Egt, Oil pressure gauges / Apexi turbo Timer / Innovative MTX-L wideband gauge
6 bolt longblock swap, build by English Racing / Wiseco HD 1400 Forged Pistons 9:1 compression / Eagle H-Beam Rods / ARP Head Studs / OEM Crank / ACL Race Bearings / Head upgraded with GSC valve springs, TI retainers, Chromoly seats, Supertech valves with the 4-angle intake valve grind and the 4-angle radius Exhaust valve grind / HKS 272 intake and Exhaust cams / HKS adjustable cam gears / Cosmetic hg /
ACT 6 Pad Spring Race Disk #6224704 / ACT Extreme Pressure Plate #MB010X / Stock Flywheel / Braided Stainless steel clutch line / OEM throw out bearing / Sheppard Stage 4 Transmission, with Evo III first gear and input shaft, EVO III fifth gear, 4-spider center differential, New Shep Trans Spec 2nd Gear, New 1-2 Hub/Sleeve kit with Double Synchro Rings, New 5th Gear Synchro Rings, New 1-2-3-4- 5-R Synchro Springs, New Input, Output, and both Drive Shaft Seals, New Input Shaft Bearings, New Intermediate Gear Bearings, New Roll Pins, New End Nuts, New Center Diff Side Shims, New Nylon Shifter Pad, Shims for setting preload, New double Synchro 3rd and 4th gear, Double 3-4 Synchros, New Intermediate Shaft, Heavy Duty Shift Rails, Upgraded Rare Earth Magnet, Bead Blasted Case
Totika springs and shocks / Megan Racing front and rear strut bars / RRE Front camber correction kit / Les Schwab Rear camber correction plates
Sparco 5pt harness on driver and passenger side / Cross seatbelt roll bar
• Power 399.38 AWHP and 319.43 TQ @ 26psi / English Racing AWD Dyno Jet 3/6/2012
• Redline: 8000rpm
• Weight: 3220lbs Full Weight 5/9/2011
RARE 2.6L Stroker 4G63/4G64 Hybrid 6-BOLT Race Engine - 1st Gen AWD DSM
This is the documentary of the blood, sweat, and beers that went into the 2.0L conversion to a 2.6L Stroker engine race car. Built for the DSM Shootout with some friendly gear heads. Its been for one test drive around the block and it was a blast just to see this beast drive under its own power after months of hard work.
THIS CAR IS CURRENTLY BEING PARTED OUT. ALL ENGINE PARTS ARE FOR SALE, SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY... HEAD HAS SOLD, BUT THE SHORT-BLOCK IS UP FOR GRABS ALONG WITH EVERYTHING ELSE LISTED AT THE END OF THE VIDEO. MOST OF YOU GUYS SHOULD KNOW WHAT THESE PARTS ARE WORTH ALREADY SO PLEASE SEND SERIOUS OFFERS TO ( email@example.com ) THANKS!
Videos: GoPro Hero 2
Pictures: iPhone 4 (a few with the GoPro)
Music: Zion I - Coastin'
2.6L 4g64/63 hybrid long rod stroker (6bolt)
4g64 block bored 87.5,line honed, hot tanked, partially filled,no oil squirters (6mm taller deck height)
all threads were clean tapped and oiled
custom girdle that covers entire base of block
extended oil pick up ( for the girdle)
balance shafts removed with mitsu parts
new mitsu oil pump with straight cut gears
oil pan made to fit around t-case with AN fiting for oil return
apr main studs
6 bolt 106mm stroke crank, un cut, micro polished
new acl race bearings std.
156mm premium steel billet connecting rods
custom 87.5mm cp- carrillo stroker pistons
wiseco 8750xx series nitrate and phosphous coated rings
custom cometic multi layer steel head gasket .066 thickness
apr headstuds (machined fit)
1mm oversized si valves
bronze valve guides
dual si valve springs ( machined fit)
titanium retainers and keepers
forced performance cams fpcam3x
fidanza adjustable cam gears anodized red
arp cam gear bolts
cam bores were line honed
head was decked, leak tested, ported to the max, new studs
all new timing components
new timing belt for hybrid
new water pump
fluidampr hamonic balancer
90 oil filter houseing, ported
Bm external oil cooler with AN push lock fittings
new knock sensor
Coil on plug iginition system with jmfab coil plate
jmfab oil catch can
prothan red engine mount
Full blown performance anodized dual fuel pump hanger
2 walbro 255 lph high flow fuel pumps
8 An stainless fuel feed line from tank to filter to rail
6 An stainless fuel return line from rail to regulator to tank
8 An fuel lab high flow fuel filter 100 micron anodized red
6 An fuel lab fuel pressure regulator anodized red
carbon fiber liquid filled fuel pressure guage
fic bm 1650 cc fuel injectors
rewired fuel pump hanger
Brand new holset hx40pro with 7 blades
bullseye power hx40 t3 .70ar 3in vband Exhaust housing
Dn Performance tubular t3 manifold with tial 41mm flange
tial 41mm external wastegate
custom 3in vband downpipe
apexi 3in catback
6in filter on turbo
2.5 custom vband lower ic pipe
huge front mount
3 inch custom upper ic pipe
turbo xs rfl vented bov
3in gm mass airflow sensor
polished 75mm power plus throttle body with no isc
polished jm fabrications race sheet metal intake manifold
magnus heat barrier intake manifold gasket
fidanza aluminum race flywheel
fidanza 4.3 ceramic clutch
new mitsh throw out bearing
new mistu clutch fork and clip
stock trans and t case
4 bolt rear end with lsd
all axles are good
all new hard brake lines
new proportioning valve
stainless steel brake hoses teflon coated all the way around
slotted drilled rotors
2 racing seats
4 point harness's
ecm dsmlink v 3 with 3in gm mas cable
aem wideband with guage
autometer oil temp, oil pressure, water temp, Boost, volts
battery relocated to trunk with cut off switch
slim line fan
More ebay 20g drag passes
Trolled by mother nature.
I thought plugging in my o2 sensor might make a difference. Scarily that's not how things worked out. My fuel trims are all jacked up with or without it. Airflow counts are down. I have more to do to this thing, but in an effort to keep things real, I'm uploading what happened and what I found in the logs.
The PRIMARY reason for racing is development of both self and your equipment. If your goal is to have an awesome street car, you can't fully-achieve that goal without rigorous testing where numbers and facts are clearly evident. You JUST CAN'T do that on the STREET. There are no numbers on the street, no measurement of a baseline nor any improvements you might make. There's no measurement of a drivers' skill outside of, "did you win or didn't you?"
I didn't come to the track with the expectation of MY driving needing to be improved. I was simply getting numbers, so I wasn't a tree-nazi like I was in the Friday Night No-Lift-To-Shift video. There was more incentive for me to just not red-light and see what she'll do.
This evening I didn't feel like the track crew were on their A-game. Sometimes they held staged cars for an inordinately long period of time... which once I'm staged, I'm on the rev limiter, and once they left me there awaiting the tree for over 20 seconds, heating my car up and leaving me disadvantaged out of the hole. Other times they treated the starting lanes, dried off my opponent's side but not mine, not giving instruction to hold or wait. In fact, one guy was signaling me forward while another crew member was standing in front of my car spraying the lane. What do you expect for only $15? I'm grateful for them, but the communication could stand improvement over what I saw tonight.
Perhaps I'm just a bit miffed with my setup and looking for someone else to blame? The track officials certainly don't deserve any for how it ran this night.