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How to Build Max Performance Mitsubishi 4G63T Engines
How to Build Max Performance Mitsubishi 4G63T Engines

How to Build Max Performance Mitsubishi 4G63T Engines

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How to Build Max Performance Mitsubishi 4G63T Engines
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Mitsubishi's 4G63t engine is among the most powerful engines ever in the sport-compact world. It's not uncommon to find one of these four-cylinder, iron-block, aluminum-headed, 2-liter turbocharged monsters making more than 1,000 horsepower with the right modifications and tuning - well above the 200-300 hp produced in the factory-made engines. Bolted into such cars as the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, Eclipse, and Galant, and the Eagle Talon and Plymouth Laser, the 4G63t has more than a cult following among sport-compact enthusiasts, who know and respect this engine's immense performance potential at the track or on the street.
Up until now, in-depth performance information on the 4G63t has been hard to find. For this book, author Robert Bowen went straight to the source, Robert Garcia of Road/Race Engineering in Santa Fe Springs, California. RRE is the most well-known and respected Mitsubishi turbo performance shop in the United States, and Garcia is its in-house engine builder. Mitsubishi enthusiasts will benefit from Garcia's expertise and be able to build better, stronger engines than ever before.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:


Author Bios
Foreword
Acknowledgments 
Introduction
Chapter 1: Introduction to the 4G63t 
  • Sirius Engines
  • The 4G63t in the USA
  • The Lancer Evolution 
  • The Evo in America 
  • Finding and Buying a Turbocharged Mitsubishi
  • Engine Swaps 
  • Buying a Core Engine
  • Maintenance 
  • Power Goals and Budgeting
  • Other Factors
  • Paper Engine Building 
Chapter 2: Basic Bolt-On Modifications 
  • Expectations 
  • Staged Tuning
  • Gauges and Instruments
  • DSM versus Evo Bolt-Ons
  • Air Filter or Air Intake 
  • Exhaust 
  • More Boost 
  • Tuning or Chipping
  • Other Parts
Chapter 3: Turbocharging and Intercooling
  • Volumetric Efficiency
  • Enter the Turbo 
  • Turbo Theory
  • Compressor Efficiency 
  • Turbine Efficiency 
  • Turbo Lubrication and Cooling
  • Ball- Vs. Sleeve-Bearing Turbos
  • Wastegates 
  • Better Boost Control 
  • Intercooling Theory
  • Intercooler Construction
  • Intercooler Spray
  • Chemical Intercooling
  • Bypass Valves and Blow-Off Valves
  • Stock Turbos and Intercoolers 
  • Stock Turbo Manifolds 
  • Turbo Swaps
  • Turbo Swap Collateral Damage 
  • Intercooler Upgrades 
Chapter 4: Intake and Exhaust: Making the Turbo’s Life Easier 
  • Pre-Turbo Airflow
  • Turbo/Intercooler/Intake Plumbing
  • Throttle Body 
  • Intake Manifolds
  • Insulating Spacers 
  • Exhaust Systems 
  • Exhaust Manifolds and Headers
  • Manifold Swapping and Porting 
  • O2 Sensor Housing & Wastegate Plumbing
  • Exhaust Heat Control
  • Downpipes 
  • Exhaust System and Mufflers
  • Emissions Equipment and Legality
Chapter 5: Fuel System
  • Octane
  • Fuel Injectors 
  • Fuel Pressure Regulators and Gauges 
  • Fuel Lines 
  • Fuel Pump Needs 
  • Fuel Pump Wiring 
  • Upgraded Pumps 
Chapter 6: Engine Management and Tuning
  • Stock ECU Sensors 
  • Limits of the Stock ECU
  • Why Tune the ECU? 
  • Hacking the MAS and MAS Swapping
  • Piggybacks and Airflow Computers
  • MAF Translator 
  • Blow-Through MAF
  • Advanced ECU Fooling (Speed Density)
  • Reprogramming the Stock ECU
  • Standalone Engine Management 
  • Building Your Own ECU
  • Choosing an Engine Management System
  • ECU Tuning and Emissions
  • Ignition System
  • Ignition Modifications 
  • Tuning Basics
Chapter 7: Cylinder Heads, Camshafts and Valvetrain
  • Head Swapping
  • Head Gaskets
  • Head Bolts and Studs
  • Port Flow 
  • Combustion Chamber 
  • Valvetrain
  • Camshafts 
  • Cam Drive
Chapter 8: The Bottom End
  • Stock 4G63t Bottom Ends
  • Machining a Block
  • Oiling System 
  • Pistons, Pins and Rings
  • Compression Ratio
  • Connecting Rods
  • Crankshafts
  • Engine Bearings
  • Crank Walk
Source Guide

Specifications
Publisher: SA Design
Paperback: 144 pages
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11.0 x 0.4 inches
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