We were lucky enough to have access to the new Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart. We tested some early prototype designs of a full Intercooler piping kit, BOV and turbo back 3" Exhaust. The results, were impressive over stock.
Mitsubishi Twin-Clutch SST Transmission - Lancer RalliArt
MPGomatic takes a closer look at the Twin-Clutch SST Transmission in the 2009 Lancer RalliArt, with a review of shift points at varying applications of throttle. [ Full Review: http://www.mpgomatic.com/2009/08/10/2009-mitsubishi-lancer-ralliart-review/ ]
Tial vs. Synchronic BOV
Tial 50mm BOV is compared with the Synapse Synchronic SB001 BOV. Test vehicle is a Subaru WRX with Garrett GT30R, external wastegate and running 20 psi of Boost.
Synchronic Wastegates on 3,000 HP ProMod Corvette
Ed Thornton and team have switched the 512 cu big block to 2 x 50mm Synchronic wastegates. Testing has proven that each 50mm Synchronic wastegate can support 1,500 HP. No CO2 is used on this car and we're able to flatline Boost as low as 14 psi. More and more top racing professionals around the world are producing their best times with Synchronic wastegates.
Evo X w/ Synchronic Blow Off Valve
We show on this quick video how easy it is to install a Synchronic BOV on a Mitsubishi Evo X. It is a direct bolt-on replacement to the stock bypass valve. It is installed in re-circulated mode
2009 Mitsubishi Ralliart Launch
Ryan reports from the press launch of the 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart edition. How does this AWD, turbocharged rallycar-for-the-road fare compared to the recently updated WRX?