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 Post subject: Mitsubishi 1983 Gj Sigma turbo! (From Australia)
PostPosted: Thu Oct 08, 2009 6:59 pm 
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Hey guys its Matt here again just leting you know that i also have a GJ SIGMA turbo as well it runs a 2.6 block with forged pistons and bal bottom end and i also have put a later model injected Magna head on it as they have bigger inlet ports, 45mm Weber and water/methnol injection it also has a supra 5 speed and a ford 9 inch Lsd diff as for quater mile times it has run a 11.89 @ 116 mph so its a bit of fun too. :P

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how does the carb's induction sound like, when the turbo is spooling at the same time?


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Forgot about cars running Turbos with carbs, could be idea for my other LT that I can't sem to get running properly.
Seen some pressurised carb systems, but with yours having the fuel go through the compressor, does this cause any problems ?


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Nice.... I really dig this body style.

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Very nice Sigma!

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 Post subject: Turbos with carbs
PostPosted: Wed Mar 31, 2010 2:40 pm 
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Very nice engine setup. Can you give more details about the engine please? Like how's that setup going so far?


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Oh man, nice setup.l I'm trying to gather the parts for a factory turbo setup right now? Does that 45 offer much better fuel than the solex?


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Cool engine, looking like new. How clean collectors? my starting to rust and I want to brighten them somehow ...

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 12, 2010 4:38 am 
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LT2000EX wrote:
Forgot about cars running Turbos with carbs, could be idea for my other LT that I can't sem to get running properly.
Seen some pressurised carb systems, but with yours having the fuel go through the compressor, does this cause any problems ?



i've run a few suck through systems myself, on isuzu G series motors.. the fuel running through the compressor draws the heat out of the charge air, basically a chemical intercooling effect. the only downside to this is that in cold climates (ie under 5 degrees centigrade) you can end up with the throttle plate icing up to the point it sticks... so its a good system in hotter climates, not great in snow. and you cant run a normal intercooler system as it will turn into a bomb if u have a backfire. happily though water/methanol injection was invented, so you dont need any other type of intercooling..

over here grant williams FC RX7 tube frame drag car was running high 7's with a suck through carby turbo 13B about 10 years ago, running methanol. so yes they have mega power potential!


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