Does this pink ride have what it takes?
Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX..24 Liter..After market pistons..pink?! This chick
definitely has a sick ride but will it stand up to the others? Check out
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2009 DSM SHOOTOUT
Some of the stuff to see at the 2009 DSM shootout. Sorry I could not have
me camera with me at all times, but if you wanted to see it you should have
been there instead of some "other" place.
420a DSM-ZERO 661hp & 463tq at 30psi NEW WORLD RECORD!!
661 @ 7600 rpm did not push it that hard on the Dyno saving the rest for the
track. GT40r 67mm inducer precision turbo, All we did was make a nice fuel map and add
Boost. There still alot let in the
car we can strech the afr and advance timmig and fine tune the cams also.
10psi 302hp, 20psi 463hp, 30psi 661hp, this was only the 5th pull of the
day also lol
DSM talon broke down one too many times on me so I ran a bail spear through it
This was my 4th DSM. It didn't stay moving. I taught it a lesson and made
my 5th talon watch.
Too all the dumb people below making ignorant comments how I destroyed a
"perfectly good DSM" You are all Fing morons. Not only did I part out
everything in it for $7000 till it was NOTHING more then a shell, I then
kept the shell around for over 2 years and offered to give it away for FREE
and not of you whining little idiots got off your keyboards and came and
got it. So shut it with the stupid comments.
I've had/have 5 DSM's, don't lecture me like I don't know about them
400whp DSM on the Highway - 150mph
Full weight 2g w/ 2 passengers. Just having some fun. Car is slow and
rice, so don't bother telling me. This was obviously filmed in Mexico...
Trans & Clutch 7 - AWD Fluids
EXPAND THE INFO SECTION. I made a video about changing gear oil in a
manual transaxle. People were grateful for it, but the AWD guys wanted a
video about how to do the transfer case and rear end service. Rightly so!
I just had a great opportunity to do this, so I did it.
There are people on-line who know their stuff, and at least twice as many
who don't. Someone who said "I like this gear oil because it works better
than anything else I've tried" might not have tried it all, might be
talking about a brand new transmission, or one that's on its last legs.
It's important to take their situation in context rather than any kind of
omnipotent wisdom. There are people who have done research, there are
those who have experience, and then there are those who have an opinion.
It's important to differentiate whose advice you should be following.
TeamRip Engineering has done more oil research, or at least provided more
public lab info than any other source in the DSM community about what a DSM
likes. Perhaps others have done that kind of work. Perhaps others have a
history of rebuilding gearboxes after the wrong oils were used. I tend to
listen to the transmission builders as they tend to give the best advice.
Below are the links to a few reputable DSM transmission builders.
Following that are some retail and speed shops that have good rapport with
the racing community. I've tried to be as comprehensive as possible with
Transfer case gear oils:
Rear end gear oils:
Manual Transaxle gear oils:
Oil Viscosity Chart: http://teamrip.com/viscosity_chart.html
... I sure wish they would post more than that publicly.
Oil Recommendations: http://www.jackstransmissions.com/pages/oil
EVO Guys... READ THIS:
Fluids page: http://www.roadraceengineering.com/eclfluids.htm
Where to buy...
I discovered some oils are difficult to find vendors for. I was overjoyed
to find I can get any fluid I want from anywhere in the world on Amazon.