A rundown on my Monsetr Multipoint cordia status.
The turbo i recently fitted had a 57mm inducer blade side, it had a .63 rear but with a ceramic turbine wheel. The ceramic wheel was bothering me cos it may not last as l;ong as i want it to.
Dash Head gasket replacement review
A review of a gasket replacment.
This video just shows what can be the result of a UNTUNED, unset timing
lock on a new ecu conversion. I decided not to touch aqnything on the
handset cos its just to compliocated. I basically didnt have the engine set
as microtech ecu instrctions: Timing lock feature etc.
TYhis just shows that you can blow a headgasket without Boost. This footage was done just after the
previous video was made.
I removed the cylinder head under 25min.A compression test revealed:
Cyl 1 & 2: 150psi
Cyl 3 & 4: 50psi
Knowing it was the ehad gasket, i decided that it was time tio install my
new metal headgasket that will seal Boost and everything alot better.
In this video, you heard a 2 cylinder engine spooling a 57mm inducer bladed
equipted turbocharger, so just fathom
what it could do when all 4 cylinders are firing, mu ah ha.
SINGLE CAM DASH POWERRRRRR. See, the king doesnt need a vr4 waste of time
engine, cos i can whoop vr4 cordias anyday. Even if you have a EVO engine
cordia, your just gonna suffer as bad, cos i make shame to you people.
I dont need twincam, reason why you people do it is cos youse dont know how
to have a fast single cam cordia. Well mine were eat that.
I had a stock internakl dash engine, stock ecu and turbo and i ate vr4 cordias, so imagine what i can
Testing the Dash Monster
A short test drive around the block after the multipoint, LTX8 ecu
I have completed the conversion a whilst back, its only now i have put up
this footage. Next footage and video will show it up close and personal,
all running etc, so staty tuned.
Monster Multipoint Dash Cordia P1
A close up of the Dash Monster Cordia turbno.
The car is literally ready for Dyno tuning, it has the right turbo setup, it has the right fuel injector
setup, all is go, just tuning is required.
As you can see and hear, the engine is over fuelling, thats why the tuning
is most important and needy to get the engine running 100%.
The LTX8 ecu was previously used on a 300kw highly modified engine, it had
800cc injectors. Right now the car has Evo 8 560cc injectors, so yeah the
ecu needs tuning.
It wont be long before its race ready, just give me a bit more time.
INLET MANIFOLD PLENUM INFO:
In my experience, i have seen and heard a few people doing multipoint
conversions on their 1.8 litre engines. The problem with this and from what
i have seen is that these people have used wrong type intake manifolds. The
main problem was plenum chamber choice. People have used the intake
manifold from a single cam lancer which is from a 1.6 litre engine. In
relation to plenum chamber size, the optimal size for a plenum chamber
should be same volume as a engine or better.
For example: I have a high power 2.0 dash engine, why would i be stupid
like other people and fit a pissy small 1.6 litre intake manifold setup,
2 litre engine: 2litre+ plenum chamber size.
The problem is that people undersize their plenum chamber, thats not a good
The plenum/intake manifold i have is from a mitsubishi car and its a 2.4
litre engine, i wont say from what car or model, YOU FIND OUT yourselves.
There is no way on earth would i fit a pissy small 1.6 litre induction
system on my MONSTER MULTIPOINT CORDIA, MMC.
Yes, i'm running four EVO 8 560cc injectors.
To those people say that you have to run 8 injectors to have a multipoint
cordia, pfffff. NO BRAINS OR SKILLS.
You do the homework and find out yourself.
REMEMBER: I was quoted $3000 from a performanmce workshop to make a
multipoint/ecu conversion on my engine.
STUFF THAT, so i did it myself and look at the results, i have done it all
AND NO, i aint gonna explain how i did it, all i can say that if you were
to do what i did, expect to spend at least 336 hours or MORE to get this
1 more thing: 2 days after i filmed this footage, it was found out that the
engine was running on 2 cylinders only.
Cylinder 1 & 2: 150psi
Cylinder 3 & 4: 50psi
The cause was a blown headgasket between cylinders 3 and 4. So get that.
The engine sounded like a monster with 2 cylinders, imagine when all 4 are
firing. Mu ha ha ha ha
MMSC J-01 operation
Some operation including service functions on JDM version of MMCS
(Mitsubishi Multi Communication System) - factory navigation device for