Tuning the Bad Bish
Every so often we find time to play with the Bad Bish in the hope that one
day George will take it to the track and run a 9 second time slip. The
car has ultra high comprsion now and represents a unique tuning challenge.
Wactch ae we do a Dyno session on the car.
350z AEM Infinity8 Highlights by National Speed
2003 350z with a built motor, Momentum Performance turbo kit, ID1000's, plug and play AEM Infinity8,
Flex fuel capable, traction control, and many other awesome features.
Tuned at National Speed Inc. www.nationalspeedinc.com
Buschur Racing & David Buschur's BAD BISH EVO 9.65 @ 151mph
David Buschur President of Buschur Racing in Wakeman Ohio takes his "BAD
BISH" Mitsubishi Evolution 8 RS to Dragway 42 in West Salem, Ohio.
This is a TRUE 9 second daily driven street Evo powered by the Buschur
Racing HTA35R turbo Kit and a slew of
other Buschur Racing parts.
Best time of the day was 9.65 @ 151mph
Driver: Trent Stanley
You can see more of Buschur Racing on here and also www.buschurracing.com
StreetThisEVO - 9.37 @ 160.16 mph - 2006 Mitsubishi EVO 9 - Buschur Racing & Forced Performance
11.11.2012 I had the chance to get my 2006 Buschur Racing / Forced
Performance 2006 Mitsubishi EVO 9 out one last time for 2012. Real Tune
out of PA was nice enough to rent Thompson Raceway Park here in Ohio. The
weather was perfect in the low 60's and sunny. This was my first time
racing at this track and was very pleased with the track prep,
etc...Despite some bad luck I still went home with a new personal best ET &
MPH! I ran the car with full interior..the only thing I pulled off was the
street tires for the slicks.
60 ft - 1.5128
330 ft - 4.1423
1/8 ET - 6.2104
1/8 MPH - 119.28
1000' ET - 7.9379
1/4 ET - 9.3766
1/4 MPH - 160.16
As you can hear in the video the car bogged pretty bad out of the hole.
Track prep was great and my 2 step just wasn't high enough. My normal 60
foot times are in the low 1.4's... with a best of 1.37. I was pumped
knowing the car bogged and still went as fast as it did. 160.16 mph we
believe to be a record for the Forced Performance HTA GT3586R turbocharger on an EVO. I knew on a good launch
the car was going to haul ass.
Second pass something didn't feel right. Pulled the spark plugs to find
cylinder #3 not looking the best. We are guessing an injector failed and
took out the motor. I'll know more later next week as I hope to pull the
motor out. We had planned to pull the motor this winter anyway so I guess
I am starting that project a little early.
Although I didn't get that 8 second pass I wanted this year I am still
pleased with the end result. We have learned a lot about the car and how
it needs to be setup. 2013 should be a blast. Big changes are coming so
keep tuned :)
Keep an eye out for a feature article on the car in an upcoming DSport
Brief Mod List:
-Buschur 2.0 aluminum rod / 10:1 shortblock
- Buschur Stage 3 mivec head w/ GSC S3 cams
- Buschur forward facing turbo kit and
- Forced Performance HTA GT3586R turbocharger
- Skunk 2 / STM intake manifold and 70mm Full Blown throttle body
- Buschur 'race' front mount Intercooler w/ 2.5" piping and Tial bov
- Buschur double pumper, -8 an feed line, Buschur fuel rail, ID2000 fuel
- Quarter Master 8 leg race clutch
- TRE stage 3 trans w/ 4.11 final drive
- Bushwacker non-acd Quaife LSD tcase / re-worked LSD rear end
- AEM v1.0 tuned by David Buschur
- E98 fuel
Bad Bish Rises Again!
A exciting week, we take a ride in our customers Bentley GT, the Bad Bish
is back in action and George is talking a lot of shit about how fast he is
- even though he never ran the car at any track, the Dyno Flash Evo 8 takes to the
road for the first time this year.
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
Vlad's Supra Part 1: Stock Twins 93 Octane
1998 Quicksilver 6 speed Supra has slowly acquired some go fast parts at
National Speed Inc. Take a look at how much power a proper tune can make
versus the OEM ECU! Stay tuned for Part 2 where I crank the Boost up even more and add some ethanol to the
mix! Big thanks to AEM Electronics for the AEM Infinity8!