Mitsubishi 4g63 Mighty Max drag race, Kevin Jewer in the "Brown Bomber" 1/4 mile
Kevin Jewer taking some time away from his low 8 second 1g rear wheel drive talon to work on his Mighty Max.
First night out after swapping the engine back in.
Truck was spinning hard in the low 40 degree weather, even tried launching in 2nd gear.
TCI competition TH350 trans
Things learned: Need bigger brakes to hold it back on the line, need LSD to hold all those torques to the ground, maybe a line lock.
New England Dragway
New England DSM
4G63 Mitsubishi Powered Mustang - WTF?!
Never would have thought we would see a 122ci 4G63 Mitsubishi powered Fox
Body Mustang when we went
to Georgia for the LIGHTS OUT V drag race (DVD Pre Order -
This unique x275 car, built by CDub Racing out of Louisville, KY caught
everyones attention at the race just by the freak noise that it put out
compared to the rest of the field.
Full article on the car -
Mitsubishi 4G63 Honing with Torque Plate
See what a difference a torque plate makes on a Mitsubishi 4G63 block out
of an Evo IX makes as John Edwards @ Costa Mesa R&D Automotiove Machine
walks you through the steps. (949) 631-6376 Don't forget to 'Click' and
How to build a Rotary Bridge Port engine
FullBoost Tech Files, Ep 1 ~ Rebuild
and Bridgeport of a 13B rotary engine @ Mr Parts.
We have started with a stripped down 1984 Mazda RX7 13BT engine, and will
run through the steps involved in bridge porting the engine, then assembly,
to the start up in its new home, a 1972 Mazda 808 (RX3). [
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4g63 Oil System
This is another installment about 6 & 7 bolt 4g63 oil systems. It's where
the oil flows and when. If you see signs of oil starvation on engine
parts, it's important to note what is up-stream and down-stream from it in
the oil supply. Knowing where the oil flows helps you determine what went
wrong. Chasing damage up-stream on the oil system can reveal defects,
stuck oil squirters, failed bearings or blockages in the oil galleries. It
can also reveal perfectly good parts which means you've gone too far
looking for the problem. This is how you determine what really failed, and
why it's important to consider how tight or wide to set your oil
clearances, and how popular modifications can affect your oil system.
About the charts... keep your pants on. I will make them available. Until
then, they're right here in this video. ;)