Saturn vs Mustang
The car ran a 14.21 earlier but did not get video of it
Turbo Saturn SL2 Drag Race - 11.937 @ 119.14 MPH
First 11 second pass with my daily driver sleeper! Notice the hubcaps! Big thanks to my family and friends for all of their time, help, and support! Sorry about the wind! 18-20 PSI on this run. Shooting for an 11.5 next year (no roll bar). See More: - http://bangshift.com/bangshift1320/watch-awesome-sleeper-saturn-sl2-destroy -fifth-gen-Camaro-strip-weve-got-inside-scoo p/ - http://speedsociety.com/sleeper-saturn-takes-Camaro/ List of Mods: - Stock 1993 Block - Custom Wiseco Forged Pistons (Stock Bore) - 8.8:1 Compression Ratio - Custom SCAT Forged Rods - 1999+ Crankshaft - Clevite Main/Rod Bearings - Personally (Mildly) Ported and Polished Head - ARP Head Studs - .030" Valve Spring Shims - High Temp Valve Seals - Stock Cams - Dual Intake Cam Mod - Stock Intake Manifold - Stock 1995 SL2 Taper Bored Throttle Body - T04E 60 Trim turbo w/Internal Wastegate - Custom Tubular turbo Exhaust Manifold - CX Racing Intercooler (29" x 11" x 3") - 2.5" Intercooler Piping - 2.5" Full Exhaust w/Exhaust Dump - 2000+ Tie-Plate (Girdle) and Oil Pan - Stock Flywheel - Fully Balanced Rotating Assembly - 55lb/hr. Injectors - MSD 8.5mm Spark Plug Wires - AEM UEGO Wideband O2 Sensor/Gauge - Autometer Phantom Series Boost Gauge - 24.5" x 8" x 15" Mickey Thompson Slicks - MegaSquirt 2 Extra DIY EFI Controller: Controlling Fuel/Spark - Launch Control, Boost Control, Idle Control & Fan Control - DIY Voltage Booster - Pressure Switch Activated - Walbro 255 LPH High Pressure Fuel Pump - Ice Cold Air Conditioning - Stock MP3 Transmission - Custom Quaife LSD - ACT 6-Puck Sprung Clutch - 2000 Dogbone Motor Mounts - Prothane Polyurethane Motor Mounts - Windo-Welded TAM (Top Engine Mount) & Lower Transmission Mounts - Polyurethane Lower Control Arm & Sway Bar Mounts - H&R Sport Springs Mounted on KYB Struts - 1.3" Drop
Saturn L300 vs BMW 325i
Two roll races on a private road in Mexico.
Saturn SL2 Valve Cover Gasket Replacement (DOHC)
This is a long one, Sorry, but it pretty much goes through the step by step and shows some of my mistakes so you don't make them. Also, verify that the gasket fits. If you have the time then I would suggest bringing the valve cover in with you(assuming you bought it from a local parts store) and make sure it fits before leaving. I must have gotten one from a bad batch because the first one was too big. You will see that in the video. The second try was the right(ish) one. apparently it is a known problem that the molding process is incorrect for these gaskets but luckily they are rubber so you can just remold it to fit. Also a word of caution: at some point you may see me use carburetor cleaner on the plastic valve cover. DO NOT use carburetor cleaner on the plastic. The main ingredient is Acetone(which I also use to clean) and it has the ability to melt the plastic. Use another solvent that is friendly to plastics like mineral spirits. Good Luck and Hope this helps you save some money. Spent about $60 total doing this in tools and parts. Note: I am not a mechanic, these videos are meant to be for informational purposes only. Should you follow the steps shown you do so at your own risk.