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Tips on tuning an automatic 99 GS-T Eclipse?
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Boost controller and wideband
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Get a high stall torque converter and a solenoid kit, possibly better lsd. Obligatory bov higher boost spring and possible bigger injectots. Finish with fuel and ignition remap
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>>14316137
shit advice. what good is the widebamd faggot? zero. thats what.
>>14316128
replace the t25 turbo with an evo III 16g or bigger. get an eprom ecu from an early 2g and get dsm link. obviously all supporting mods too.

if youre poor as fuck get a BOV (recirc it faggot seriously) and a $15 boost contoller and boost gauge. crank boost to 15 psi.
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Thanks anon
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>>14316152
>i dont know shit about dsms the post
no.

why do you queers speak when you know nothing? just stop it
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So what's the first step in tuning this gst ?
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>>14316165
>what good is wideband
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>>14316166
also since youve an open dif 8" wide wheels and good rubber will make a world of difference. ive been out of the dsm game for a decade but dsmtuners and road race engineering used to have "upgrade paths" that were helpful. however youll never make more than maybe 240hp crank without replacing your turbo. the t25 is nearly maxed out stock. above 15psi it blows hot air and hurts your horsepower.

good luck if i ever get my dsm running again im gutting that bitch and making it a drag car.
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>>14316193
zero without a way to adjust your fuel you dipshit.
>>14316182
as i said new turbo. otherwise a bov and mbc at 15 psi. you have to replace the turbo then it will all come together. if you dont there are no real gains.
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>>14316199
That's the thing I've been on dsmtalk but it's hard finding an upgrade path for an automatic
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>>14316208
Still good to have just to see. Should have one mounted in cabin. When I dropped an injector (although it was obvious there was a problem) I could tell what bank it was on right away.
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Can some one link me to the turbo please ?
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>>14316208
Anon your autism is showing
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>>14316212
100% the same as a manual. when you need transmission upgrades youll know it.
>>14316214
yeah lets just piss away money on unnecessary items that arent needed yet and a dumb gauge. or he could run it straight into dsmlink when actually wanted/needed. fucking idiot
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>>14316249
yay a gauge i cant do anything with. great ricer "upgrade" moron. jesus is everyone ekse in here a moron. fuck me for actually helping op while you tards try to act like youre important and pretemd to have a clue
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>>14316252
Calm down there buddy no reason to be upset.
I'm not saying first just that he should at some point get one. He could even do turbo, fuel, EBC and wideband upgrades all at the same time. What can the stock internals on these handle anyways?
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>>14316267
he wants upgrade path. not a mish mash of what ifs. step by step.

about 275-325 whp on stock internals. transmissions are the weak point in awds. fwds can handle a bit more as long as you avoid slicks.
>>14316249
MHI EVO III 16g is the go to but u really need to troll the forums. if you dont want to rebuild your motor then this is the turbo for you.
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>>14316295
I understand he wants to upgrade its just a good idea IMO to have a safety net with it. I can understand not wanting a wideband(s) but they are not useless.
I thought they could handle more, I am a little surprised.
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>>14316176
>beefing up the trans and having it stall at higher RPM are bad

>i don't know shit about cars the post
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>>14316319
that is for a 100% reliable street car tha will last forever. As far as pushing it quite a bit more they are evo engones after all. they are really cheap to build up to the 450hp range so most just do that above what i said.
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>>14316361
not even close to necessary at his level. spouting out random go fast parts doesnt help op you idiot.
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>>14316392
I do not see as many around lately as I use to. All the ones I do see are riced out by young Mexican kids. Only raced one once it was the AWD turbo and I actually thought it was going to be close but he couldn't catch up.
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Can I get a link to the turbo upgrade
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>>14316397
>trans already known for being shit at stock power levels
>no need to upgrade that first, just jump into power mods

Are you literally fucking retarded? Do you have the ability to breath through your nostrils?
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>>14316425

kinugawa turbo
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>>14316429
>my first mod should be to build a drag racing automatic transmission

literally. retarded. hes a long out from that. youre giving ideas youve heard im giving actual advice from a guy who knows forst hand.
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>>14316128
First upgrade to atleast a walbro 255 lph fuel pump if you're wanting to keep using pump gas,
Get a set of STI pink injectors, they're plug and play and dime a dozen.
This should make your fuel system adequate for 350ish whp.
Next, get a nice mendral bent turbo back exhaust, o2 dump and evo 3 16g turbo.
A decent front mount intercooler, evo bov and nice EBC.
Do a boost leak test and fix any leaks in your piping.
Get DSMlink for tuning, learn to tune yourself it's easy or pay someone reputable that's local to you to tune for you.
Install decent boost gauge and wideband for dataloging.
Tune for 20 psi, high 11:1 afr & 15-17 degrees of timing at top end.
Don't upgrade the trans or torque converter, change the fluid/filter and maybe add a trans cooler and it'll take the beating.
Finally get some nice sticky summer tires.
All this should put you are 350-380 whp on a conservative 91 octane tune and get you in mid 12s on 1/4 mile with some practice.
If you want to upgrade further, you'll have to beef up the motor with head studs, rods and the like.
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>>14316749
Listen to this guy.

255lph + injectors + DSMlink is what you need to start.
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>>14316749
Fucking awsome upgrade path this is what I was looking for
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SELL IT AND BUY A MANUAL GSX YOU TURBO NIGGER
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>>14316487
>i have first hand experience with auto GS-Ts

I'm sure, that's why you mentioned that the auto trans is so shit that Mitsu gave that version 30hp via smaller turbo and less fuel because it couldn't handle even stock 5spd GS-T/GS-X power levels.

>drag racing transmission
No, he said put a higher stall in it so you can launch at higher RPM. Which makes damn good sense for a 4cyl auto.

>being this buttblasted about not knowing shit about why power isn't everything and it matters how it gets to the ground

Literal retard.
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>>14316807
30hp less*
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>>14316799
Now get to it OP and report back when you shit on your first stock c7 vettes
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At what point should OP worry about upgrading brakes? I do not know how well the stock brakes hold up to more power but I thought I should throw it out there.
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Sell it and buy a Manual Subaru
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Big turbo and dreams
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>>14316487
>>14316749
>go to DSM forum
>search auto trans power limit
>it can take about 300hp but who knows for how long
>doing the end clutch, shift kit, and a trans cooler are recommended everywhere for reliability and a 5k stall is recommended if you're racing it
>you're also totally discounting the maintenance of the PO like that won't play into how much power it will take reliably

Yeah, you guys are fucking retarded recommending that he beefs up the fuel system and motor first.
>a chain is only as good as it's weakest link
is kinda lost on you guys eh?
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So work on the trans first?
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>>14318536
Unless you only want to enjoy your newfound power for a few months and then have to fork over another $1-2k+ just to have your car run again.
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>>14318925
Someone wanna give me an upgrade path for the transmission
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>>14318959
I gave you one in the beginning and all the dsm fags were like "upgrading the turbo is the only sensible upgrade faggot". Converter, solenoids, differential.
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>>14318959
http://www.importperformancetrans.com/catalog/mitsubishi-dsm-transmission-rebuild-kit/ipt-end-clutch-kit---dsm--mitsubishi-1671.html

http://www.importperformancetrans.com/catalog/mitsubishi-dsm-shift-kits-valve-body-kit-145-1.html

http://www.bmracing.com/products/70266-oil-cooler-supercooler-medium-npt-fittings-plate-type-black/
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>upgrading turbo with zero fuel mods on a stock automatic
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>>14319028
Also link to to show you how to do the end clutches.
http://www.plymouthlaser.com/ec.htm

>fried and warped clutch discs @ 66k
>those dumbasses telling you to not worry about upgrading the trans
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>>14316128
What's up with the bumper cracked/missing? Did you run over some curbs?
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>>14319064
Steep driving
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>>14319127
Steep driveway
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>>14319127
>>14319135
What the fuck lol? You need to go slower in a low car here. I have a steep driveway going up and live in a super hilly hood too. I mean like 1 mph or under slow
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get an eagle talon instead
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Interior
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>>14319156
>>14319162
>>14316128
This thing is in danger of becoming a beater, why are you looking to increase performance? It needs a light restoration
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>>14319028
Is this all for an automatic?
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>>14319409
Yes, and in order.
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Is the rust on the metal piece at the top of the picture an indication of flood damage?
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>>14318253
>Getting info from dsm forums
>thinks it's credible
I can find you threads in your choice of forums that says stock auto trans are good for upto 370, also ppl claiming to be in 9's with nothing but a shift kit.
Mitsubishi auto trans are quite strong, plenty of 2g dsm buddies well beyond the build recommendation I posted on stock tranny with only trans cooler for years.
Next time give advice when you actually know what the fuck you're talking about, car forums are NOT credible source of info.
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>>14319527
>taking info from a cantonese warshak trading site instead of a model specific forum

Get fucked idiot.
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