Getting More Power From the 4G63 With Link Engine Managment

The MAP sensor is installed.  We will be going to Speed Density and forgoing the wonky Karman Vortex MAF with its driveability issues with big cams. You can also see the boss where the idle speed control valve will be installed.

For fitment reasons, we had to move the throttle cable anchor from the top to the bottom of the Hypertune intake manifold plenum.  This is probably because the intake manifold was designed to be run on an RHD car. Brian Kono handled this fabrication for us.  Here Howard attaches the throttle cable to the new mounting point.  The idle air control valve is now in place as well.

The Hypertune intake manifold is now all dressed and ready to drop in.

Howard lowers the Hypertune intake manifold in place.

The intake manifold is bolted down.

Now the Hypertune supplied fuel rail is installed with our Deatschwerks injectors.


  1. Ha ha. An Crydom S.S.R (solid state relay) We use those to turn the heaters on and off on blow molding and injection molding industry.

  2. I designed billet MIVEC housings for the EVO X, it doesn’t surprise me at all that it gets stuck, the whole system works with small springs, edge seals and tiny tolerances balanced with oil pressure. The slightest trace of gunk or grit anywhere will stop it.

    The stock casting cracks when you put a bigger turbo in. We fixed the problem in our EVO 9, we removed it and put indexable cam gears instead.

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