3WAY then Talon vs EVO 8
3wide Race GTI Sandwich with 2 STI's.
skip to 3:50 to get right when they line up
Guess Who wins.............
And later in the video my stock evo8 vs a sneaky fast Talon.
GTI FTW!!! hahaha
DSM Oil Cooler Relocation
If you have installed a FMIC on your DSM and you have an external cooler in
the stock location, you have blocked a tremendous amount of air flow from
cooling the oil. You have also have sandwiched the oil cooler between two
heat sources (the FMIC and radiator). The way to solve this issue is to
relocate the oil cooler using some AN fittings and a little ingenuity.
Removal of the cooler is quite simple but a task that is commonly
overlooked is cleaning it. The method illustrated in this video should
remove all the old oil and any other particles left inside. On that note, I
would never try to clean an oil cooler from a car with a blown motor. It is
just to much risk when you can buy a new cooler for a little more money.
A clean oil cooler will increase the efficiency by itself but you still
need to improve the the airflow. The stock location on a stock setup placed
the oil cooler in a path of direct airflow, so I proceeded to restore that
concept after installing the FMIC. The solution was quite simple and only
required fabricating one bracket and some fittings.
If you are choosing an aftermarket unit, just be aware that you CAN get an
oil cooler that is to efficient. Picking an oil cooler is like picking a
turbo... bigger is not always better.
The oil must reach a certain temperature to boil off contaminants. With an
oversized cooler you may keep temps low enough that you "milkshake" your
oil all on your own. I used the stock cooler, the information on where it
was mounted before, and my application to pick and place my hardware. I
highly recommend you do the same.
I have the rights to use the music in this video.
Music: Interface Prod - Hip Hop Instrumental Vol. 1
www.jamendo.com for more information about the credits and the permission
to use this music.
1G AWD Dual Fuel Pump Hanger
Here is a link to the fittings mentioned by Jon06IX
This is just one of many ways to turn a stock 1G AWD fuel sending unit into
a full blown dual in-tank hanger. The parts used to construct yours will
depend on many things, but I will explain what I used and why I choose to
go that route. If you are going to dual pumps and modifying your hanger,
you will also need to upgrade the feed line all the way to the rail.
The biggest decision is when and where you want to join the fuel pumps into
one line. This can and has been done inside the tank in which case you
would only have one outlet. I choose to run two 6AN fuel lines 7 feet under
the car and connect them into a Y fitting there. The amount of things that
you are going to shove in the fuel tank is quite impressive and if you try
to add a Y fitting under the hanger it just makes it so much worse.
Once this decision is made, you choose your line size so you know what
fittings to buy. I ended up with two 6AN's feeding one 8AN line, so I
needed two 90* 6AN fittings, two lock nuts, two 6AN hose barb fittings, and
4 Nylon Washers. This constructs the way in and out of the fuel pump with
the hanger installed. To make room for the second fitting I drilled out the
hole where the power wire terminal used to be (mine was already broken).
Don't worry, you will be making a new pathway for the power wire :) I used
Nylon washers due to their compatibility with E85, durability, and air
tight seal that they would create.
You will need your two fuel pumps, a few worm clamps (for the outlet of the
fuel pumps and to secure the pumps) and some SUBMERSIBLE fuel line. This
fuel line is very expensive but is made to be submerged unlike off the
shelf AutoZone fuel line. Both the inside and the outside are coated to
protect against premature failure and deterioration which could very well
save your motor!!! This hose is also compatible with E85.
The Small metal stock that you see being cut needs to be made. The hanger
has a curve to it that allows the pump to line up in the stock location.
During my project, I noticed that this allowed the pump to sit too far back
and sit at an angle. My solution was to get a piece of stock that was the
same width and just thick enough to make my pump sit flush.
Next up is the wiring. You need a path for the wires, but there are no
holes?? I picked up a variety pack of rubber grommets from the hardware
store and found the one to fit my wires. Drill your holes and insert your
grommets. I would highly encourage you to solder all the connections and
heat shrink them. This is to avoid sparks ESPECIALLY inside the fuel tank.
I had to connect the ground wires inside the tank because they were too
short to exit the hanger like the power wires and I wanted a good ground
for the pumps. The rest of the wiring will be covered in a later video.
A BIG Thanks goes out to Jon91TSi from Tuners. He sent me an email
explaining this process and that is what allowed me to successfully
complete this project. Thanks again Jonathan!!!
I hope that his helps you with your project. If you find this entertaining
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How to do a boost leak test
The Boost leak test is an important
part of any turbocharged cars routine
maintenance. If your car has Boost
leaks that go unfixed, there are negative factors such as overworking the
turbo, running lean/rich, bucking under
Boost etc. For only a few bucks you
can build your own tester and make your car run that much better. This was
done on a 2g Eclipse but should work on most turbo'd cars.
Lamborghini Gallardo UR Twin Turbo vs Nissan GT-R AMS Alpha 12+ (360 KPH / 224 MPH)
All cars went on racing fuel and maximum Boost.
The speed 360 KPH was registered on the GPS (Racelogic).
Porsche GT2 RS 9ff 1150 Garrett, Porsche 911 turbo Protomotive 1100 vs Nissan GT-R AMS Alpha
To be continued...
Автомобили заезжали на гоночном топливе
и максимальном бусте.
Скорость 360 км/ч зафиксирована по GPS (Race
В следующим видео вы увидите: Porsche GT2 RS 9ff
1150 Garrett, Porsche 911 turbo
Protomotive 1100 vs Nissan GT-R AMS Alpha 12+