Fully built SRT4: won't start after E85 unconversion (Boostaholics Episode 2)
http://www.Boostaholics.com - What
happens when you take a big turbo, E85
Dodge SRT-4 and try to convert it back to regular pump gas? It won't start,
plain and simple. Can we figure out what is wrong with this SRT4 and get it
back up and running again? If you know the SRT-4, they aren't vehicles that
like to cooperate. Do we have what it takes to train the savage SRT-4
beast? Watch episode two of Boostaholics and find out!
Previous "Boostaholics" episodes:
Pilot "2008 STi Dyno
Teaser "Picking up fully built Evo IX"
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Update!! 5/3/13: Solution has been presented and the car is cured. The
problem was camshaft position sensor needed to be adjusted, and one of the
injectors wasn't firing right. Also, FIC injectors have a 50% longer delay
time than most. While this wasn't the sole source of the issue, it did not
help. As of now, the car is up and running and 100% healthy!
WRX vs Z06 for $500 - Winner gets punched
Oldie but a goodie, had to put it back online to share this old treasure :)
A friend gets in a race with some douchebag in a Z06, beats him twice, and
then the douchebags buddy hits him and runs of. Later on in the video is
everyone meeting up to try and get the cash that was owed, and the cops
come with drug dogs because someone called and said the WRX owner had a
gun, several cars searched.
2015 Subaru WRX Modified
This Video Is A Virtual Modification of the 2015 Subaru WRX! Hope you guys
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SRT4 called me out: Had some fun! turbo FA5: stock engine, trans, head,
cams, etc... everything except the clutch. TD Autowerkes manifold, 3" down
pipe all the way out to Vibrant street flow muffler, tial 44mm wg, mid
sized turbo, vertical mount Intercooler setup.
2nd gear = 5psi
3rd gear = 8.5psi
4th gear = 8.5psi
Federal RS-R tires @ 235/40/17
SRT4: 3" Exhaust, Intercooler kit. (getting upgraded and
tuned, will have rematch soon)
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Real Drivers: Dodge Neon SRT4
Although Vermont teased us with warm weather last week, and many specialty
vehicles emerged from their winter hibernation as a result, it cooled off
quite a bit before this shoot could be arranged. But while this film of
Andrew Corvo's sleeper SRT4 may be dotted with snowflakes instead of
pollen, it's still an opportunity to learn about a very unique (and
As usual, stay tuned for more vehicles and shows in the coming months and
take a look at all the videos over at http://hittingredline.com/ .
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2012 Subaru Impreza WRX STi Review, Walkaround, Exhaust, & Test Drive
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will have most other cars on the street eating its dust at the stop lights
and in the corners. A true performance bargain that you could theoretically
drive everyday even in bad weather (with proper tires). Just keep in mind,
$35,000 is a lot of money to pay for a vehicle with a lack of a tech, noisy
interior, and stiff ride that will wear you out on longer trips.