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The Real Ultimate PowerThe last order of business for 2Fizzle was to pull some real power out of it.
Tuning high-end Japanese sports cars and luxury exotics like the Lamborghini is SP's specialty; they thrive on big power and are not afraid to the push an engine's limitations. Safety First, KidsNo drift car would be complete without one of the most important pieces of safety equipment: a rollcage.
You can purchase the autopower roll bars with whatever you want, cross bar, diagnal bar, welded in or removeable.. However, anytime you add the mid and cross section, you REALLY make it inconvenient and next to near impossible (or just plain unsafe) to even have anyone in the back. I was trying to find other cages with the back seat in intact but this is all I could find so far. I also have another question, On the first one, where does that front horizontal bar go Under the steering column? I don't want one like that weird doo luck stiffening one, I want one that will actually prevent me in the event of a roll over.
This has been the most exciting year in my career, thanks to all sponsors for helping to make it happen! Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. I built the car to drive NASA Time Trial and Autocross but didna€™t get the chance to run the car.


From there, the car was moved down to Dynamic Autosports, where an HKS F-Con V-Pro engine management was installed. It's a serious computer that only certified HKS Pro Dealers can tune, which is why I turned to Dynamic. It takes more than just slamming it on a set of coilovers to do it justice, although it always looks like slamming it is the best way to go. For those aiming to compete at a more professional or competitive level, we'd suggest finding a fabricator who can weld you a cage according to whichever sanctioning body's rules you decide to enter under, but for the amateur or beginning drifter, a bolt-in cage is a good start. Luckily the control arm absorbed most of the impact, which saved the coilover and steering knuckle. The AIM dash is a key piece of my interior; it allows me to keep an eye on all vitals and helps with data acquisition. After a bit more body work we will be able to start installing the drivetrain and suspension!
We will be replacing the spacers every season, as we take the wheels off and on constantly. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. You've seen it in various stages of completion, from its humble beginnings of quality HKS bolt-ons and its conversion to five-lug suspension, leading all the way up to this, the grand finale where I show you the last of the parts, the initial stages of tuning and the big sendoff where the damn thing finally made power. I picked a V-Pro because of its tuning flexibility and it's cool because it gives you lots of options, especially if you're the kind of person who wants to mix things up with tuning for drifting or Super Lap Battle-it's really up to you and your tuner. You may recall last month's discussion on the 240 as one of the top tuner cars and what Eric Hsu had to say about setting up a 240 right: "The car benefits big time with a good coilover suspension along with good suspension components and alignment. A lot of people, including myself, were curious to see how much power my SR was going to produce, considering it was a full HKS build. But since the original base map was created at Dynamic Autosports, SP had to wipe the V-Pro clean (since pro dealers lock the V-Pro with a password to protect their maps) and start fresh.
With this in mind, we contacted Cusco USA for a six-point rollcage, although due to spacing issues, left the front two point bars out to prevent obstruction of the front seats. This standalone unit plugs in easily like an ECU through HKS' plug-and-play harness (custom wiring harnesses are available by request through HKS), which is great since you don't have to hack up your original wiring harness. With limited tuning options, he mirrored a near "stock"-like map, no increased boost to prevent damaging the engine; figures at that point were 180 hp and 173 lb-ft.
To properly slam a 240, you must use roll center correction kits and bumpsteer correction kits, and physically mount the rear subframe higher up in the chassis with aluminum subframe bushings or heavy fabrication." That's a serious way to approach suspension on a 240. If you were walking with one good leg and one dead leg you'd have to drag along, you'd run out of steam quickly. Since this was a street car and the bottom end was going to be left stock, most guessed 300 hp on the conservative side; others felt 350 hp would be a piece of cake.


After creating a new base map, Hiro could finally turn the boost up to see what the SR could really do. Also, this particular cage is meant for a RHD car as you'll see the cross bar going the opposite direction, but Cusco does offer LHD applications.
The swap needs to be finished in time for Round 4, and though we've already made a lot of headway there is still much to be done. It's equipped with a quick processor and is set to a 32x32 resolution for fuel and timing maps.
Keep in mind, however, that a Mustang dyno tends to read anywhere from 10- to 20-percent lower than a Dynojet and Jeff explains it as "like driving on the road with a proper load." Factoring in those percentage losses, the car could've realistically been putting out power in the range of 198 to 216 hp. An LSD lets you walk with both legs, so to speak; you can drift and continue drifting as long as you're spinning the wheels. With a fresh set of NGK V-Power A-8 spark plugs dropped in, the long process began-309 hp came first, not far off the original 312 hp from an untuned base map, then something bad happened: fuel leakage from the HKS fuel rail. Since 2Fizzle will most likely NOT see a lot of competitive drifting, we'll leave it as is until it must be upgraded to a legal spec cage. I took 2Fizzle home somewhat disappointed because I couldn't really go boost happy-well, I couldn't really boost at all. The Battle Version arms are used to help adjust camber since it's usually thrown way out of line once the car's lowered; other options would've been to add forward and toe links to the mix. After these crucial electronics were installed, I decided to hit a Pro Dealer that had an in-house Dynojet and found comfort in trusting the people at SP Engineering, who graciously stepped in to offer its tuning expertise. Hiro traced the leak to the fuel injector grommets that had popped off from cylinders one and four, but the two dyno runs following showed that as the power hit 325, the grommets would pop back out again. I figured that would be a good time to work on other parts of the car until the electronics were wired up. The NISMO Power Brace's function is to work with the Peak Performance front tension rods and minimizes movement of these rods while cornering, giving you much better handling. Not only was this causing fuel to leak, but the boost level was also highly unstable, the likely result of a boost leak. This was because the fuel rail's aluminum spacers fit loosely even when tightened all the way.




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