Getting More Power From the 4G63 With Link Engine Managment

The HKS GTII turbo has a nice cast aluminum outlet compared to the stock steel part.

Howard dresses the HKS turbo on the bench getting ready for installation.  The turbo comes complete with all the fittings, lines and actuators to make it an easy drop-in.

The HKS turbo is bolted to the Full-Race exhaust manifold and reinstalled into the car in revers of its removal.  Now the intake pipe and ARC airbox are reinstalled.

The filter elements in our beautiful ARC airbox were rotting with age.  Fortunately, Mackin Industries was able to get us two new ones from Japan.

Next, to increase our fuel pump capacity for E85 we are changing out our high capacity Walbro 255 LPH pump to a DeatschWerks 340 LPH pump.

We removed the fuel pump hanger and the Walbro pump from the tank.

2 comments

  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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