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12/04/06 03:16 PM
Andres Navia 940/1000 USDM on the Andes Mountains

By the time i´m posting this add, this should be the slowest GVR4 in the whole world. I've seen info about the 1/4 mile time on stock galant is 15.3, mine best time was 15.9 with new intercooler at 7800 feet above the sea level. However today¿s time is much worse being 17.3 last time. I made few changes including turbo and i hope to have new time next week, however i know already there's still something wrong in my car, i might have to take it to an specialist to see if he can discover the cause of it's bad performance.
Anyway, i'm posting my car's pictures and i hope to change performance very soon.

Actual mods:
Turbonetics T3/T4 Stage 3 turbo at 9 psi (until i get walbro 255 and 750 cc injectors)
Spearco intercooler
Power stop drilled rotors with Akebono pads
MSD wires
Rewired fuel pump with 14 caliber wire
External Tial type 50 mm wastegate
2.5 exhaust pipe with 2 pass trough and one big silencer (very quiet)
VDO Vac/Boost gauge
9006 Bosch with philips 4300K HID bulbs system (low beam)
9005 Co-way Hid system 6000K HID (high beam)
Motorcraft Spark plugs
Balance Shaft removed
Falken Ziex 215/65 R15 tires
2 mm clear security tape on lateral windows
much more I can't remember right now.






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02/07/07 05:48 PM
Re: Andres Navia 940/1000 USDM on the Andes Mountains

The actual Turbonetics T3/T4 saying goodbye,because it will be replaced soon for a new Garrett GT-R ball bearings fast spool turbo.

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02/07/07 06:01 PM
Re: Andres Navia 940/1000 USDM on the Andes Mountains

I'm just adding pictures of the old spearco intercooler and the new turbo i've got today, it is a Garrett GT3071R ball bearings, this might help me to climb some places into the fastest GVR4'S list.
However i need a new custom exhaust manifold, this baby is so big that barely can be placed between engine and radiator.
I'll show you pictures when is done. i would like to know your wise opinions. thanks.
Bye buddies.


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03/02/07 07:10 PM
Re: Andres Navia 940/1000 USDM on the Andes Mountains

Just recent pictures of the new fog lights with hid 6000k.


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10/02/07 12:11 PM
Re: Andres Navia 940/1000 USDM on the Andes Mountains

Just pictures of recent travels



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