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Brian Evans’ Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution GSR

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Brian Evans’ Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution GSR
St. Lucia, The Caribbean
Link Dealer: Damien King – SARD Engineering

Engine Management

Electronic engine management duties is handled by the Link G4+ Xtreme. All sensors being used were supplied by Link Engine Management; lambda meter included. On this setup we are looking at fuel pressure and temperature as well as oil pressure and temperature, complete with a comprehensive engine protection strategy based on these systems.

Motorsport Features

For motorsports functionality the car uses dual tables are fuel, ignition and wastegate duty cycle (boost). The driver has a comprehensive anti lag strategy for quick response from the turbocharger between shifts. Also, flat-shifting as well as launch control (adaptive ignition cut) are two other driver aids used at acceleration test.
  • Engine is OEM except for these valve train upgrades from GSC Power Division
  • S2 cam shafts, bee hive valve springs, titanium retainers and big bore zero tick hydraulic lifters
  • Stock turbocharger is used with upgraded actuator assembly as supplied by Forge Motorsports
  • Stock exhaust manifold has been replaced with a unit which is equal length and tubular, the oxygen sensor was also replaced with a less restrictive unit made by Tomei
  • The factory ignition solution was replaced by a quad pack plasma ignition system as supplied by Okada Projects
  • The entire factory fuel system was revised with assistance from Dedicated Motorsports, Injector Dynamics and T1 Race Development. Walbro 255 LPH in-tank fuel pump feeds a Bosch 044 in-line fuel pump to deliver a consistent and stable fuel flow to a set of 4 1000cc from Injector Dynamics. Fuel pressure regulation is handled by the Fore Innovations unit, -6 AN ports.

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