A few quick videos compiled together with the new setup I'm running.
4X10" K&N air filter
FP cast aluminum intake pipe
Custom 2.5" IC piping
3X14X24" turbonetics bar&plate Intercooler
TiAL 50mm BOV
Evo III intake manifold
Full DogBox w/ Magnus billet steel shirt forks
Welded center diff
ACT 2600 PP
ACT 6-puck sprung disc
HKS 272 cams
Cometic head gasket
ARP head studs
SBR Exhaust mani
38mm TiAL EWG
Megan Racing 3" turbo back
3/8 stainless line from tank
All -6AN fittings
FuelLab fuel filter
Ported 1G fuel rail
AEM UEGO Wideband
Prosport Boost & oil pres. gauges
Thanks for watching!!!
AWD DSM GOING SIDEWAYS
Video by: eclipz
Car has welded center diff so it doesn't like to turn very much as you can
see. I built it to drag race but this track runs every Wednesday night for
street cars and I just threw some crap wheels and tires on and go for fun.
Pfitzner Performance Gearbox - How to drive a dog box
The creator of these world class gear sets Simon Pfitzner, takes you
through a few ways to drive a dog engagement gearset in a street
Nissan R32 GT-R
Holden Commodore T56
Its quite a simple process, once you know how, you should get years of
faithfull service out of your new gear set.
500+hp dsm on the streets in car
On the way back from a race. Driving the car on hoosier tires, kinda wobly.
Turned the Boost down to 26psi from
I've got an AEM EMS in this car.
That day it went 10.6@130mph on pump gas.
Few weeks later it went 9.6@148mph on "race gas"
Friday Night No-Lift-To-Shift
Great "kills". Shelby GT500, Mustang GT, Camaro, Nova, WRX STi, Integra.
Getting used to a new way of driving.
I have successfully enabled the clutch cut feature in DSMlink, and just in
time for another Friday night to see what it will do for my time slips.
I'd say results are pretty conclusive that it shaves 0.4 seconds and adds 3
mph when used properly while other variables remain the same. You mash the
gas for the duration of the run from staging to the finish and after you
dump the clutch, each time you press the clutch, the ignition is limited to
your shift RPMs. Doing this leaves the throttle plate wide-open, and you
can maintain Boost between gears.
I can't describe it any other way than awesome. 2 videos from the prior
week cover the wiring for this modification.
This is a tribute to the DSM, one of the best bang for bucks in the
Make sure to check out my cardomain page to look at my 1993 Talon TSi build