9!'clipseDOHC - 2011

My 1991 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS (T) FWD, Stock turbo, full interior. Best 1/4 mile ET was 13.1 @ 110 MPH on 225/50R16 Hoosier Drag Radials at the El Paso Motorplex. Raced in the Pan AM Region SCCA Street Prepared (ESP) class on 225/45R17 BFG G-Force T/A KDWs at Cohen Stadium. Featured on the 2012 DSMtuners Calendar (August). Thanks to my wonderful wife for recording all of my races and supporting my hobby all year!!! Also featured in the video: Jose (ArcticTsi), Matt (Mischif), and Jim (fwbt). Full mod list: Bolt-on Modifications: K&N air filter ▫ Custom cold air/Dejon intake pipe ▫ VRSF FMIC ▫ 14b @ 20 lbs ▫ Tial 50mm BOV ▫ 2g manifold ▫ Megan Racing o2 housing ▫ Full 3" Punishment SS Exhaust ▫ NGK 'BR7ES' ▫ Magnacore 8.5mm wires ▫ Walbro 255 lph w/ rewire ▫ -6 AN Fuel Lab 3" fuel filter ▫ Buschur/SX AFPR ▫ FIC 850 injectors ▫ E85 ▫ RRE catch can ▫ Gates Racing timing belt ▫ CX aluminum radiator ▫ Stock main fan & 12" slim fan ▫ 170* thermostat ▫ Three Speed Scatter Shield ▫ Prothane motor mount inserts ▫ Removed A/C, EGR, & CC Engine Management: ECMlink V3Lite on Speed Density ▫ Boost by Gear Solenoid ▫ Autometer Boost, oil pressure, and volts gauges ▫ AEM UEGO wideband o2 gauge running narrowband simulation ▫ B&M fuel pressure gauge ▫ Omni 4-bar MAP sensor ▫ GM IAT sensor. Engine Internals: 2.0L 4G63 6 bolt with: Wiseco 8.3:1 Pistons bored .20 over ▫ ACL race bearings ▫ ARP head studs, main studs, and rod bolts ▫ BSEK ▫ Mitsubishi composite HG ▫ 3g lifters. Drivetrain Modifications: Quaife ATB LSD ▫ Equal length half-shafts ▫ South Bend TZ/FE disk and SS pressure plate ▫ ACT "Streetlite" flywheel ▫ Fidanza short shifter ▫ Solid shifter base bushings ▫ STM shifter cable bearings ▫ SS clutch line ▫ Redline MT-90. Suspension Modifications: (STREET/AUTOX) 225/45ZR17 BFGoodrich G-Force T/A KDW's on Black 17"x6.5" Dodge Avenger aluminum rims ▫ (DRAG) 225/50R16 Hoosier DOT Drag Radials on 16"x6" O-Z Racing F-1 aluminum rims ▫ Hawk HPS pads on Brembo slotted rotors up front ▫ PowerStop Evolution pads on Brembo solid rotors in the back ▫ Eibach Pro-line springs ▫ KYB AGX struts ▫ Polished front and rear upper strut bars ▫ Energy Suspension front control arm bushings, rear track arm bushings, front sway bar bushings, and tie rod boots. Songs: Love me Tender by Elvis, Down with the Sickness by Disturbed, and Last Man Standing by Pop Evil. Check out my 2010 video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZ2X87635_s&list=UU1TOkXFkUVQfX0rdcttMEig&index=18&feature=plcp) and look for more in 2012!

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