The Mr2 Is Fixed and We Got a New Carport!

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36 thoughts on “The Mr2 Is Fixed and We Got a New Carport!

  1. Stop wasting all your money on the nsx's you could have had a billet block in the MR2 and been done with it for the money you spent on the black NSX you could have sold the orange NSX and bought two billet blocks for the MR2

  2. You could do a lot more if you weren't wasting your money on these nsx's that have nothing to do with your channel are you built this channel on the minivan they all wheel drive chassis and the mr2's behind us leave the nsx's to people that want to throw money away and not do something

  3. I have a 500 by 16 driveway from asphalt millings if you live in a wet zone I'd suggest French drains to keep puddling mud will make it's way to the surface

  4. Kyle, your intake manifold is designed to be used for a naturally aspirated engine. Your #1 cylinder gets the most air and your #4 cylinder gets the least amount of air during transient stage boost conditions. This is easily explained by the Bernoulli Theory or equations. In Transient state under boost, your #4 cylinder experiences a vacuum (rich conditions) rather than positive pressure while #1 cylinder will see the most positive pressure (lean conditions). This has all the recipes for potential damage to your expensive engine. Just pump air into your throttle body and put your hand across the four runners. This simulates the transient condition. Your will see that your #1 cylinder has positive pressure and that your #4 cylinder has negative pressures. Think of the old school carburetors where air passes over the main jet tubes to pull fuel through. in the Steady State condition, all four of the cylinders will have the same amount of boost (law of Pascal). Well over 60 percent of all engine builders who put together forced induction engines make this mistake. Most eventually blow up their engines due to detonation. You need to modify your intake manifold to remedy this unequal airflow across your intake manifold's runners during transient conditions. The remedy fix is not too difficult at all.

  5. If you stop wasting all your fucking money on these nsx's that don't need to be touched they are too could have been had a billet block and already broken the new record you don't think too well do you

  6. It does suck raking in all that asphalt , I just did 7 yards of 3/4 gravel on my driveway for added parking. It was not easy and ill definitely rent a bobcat next time for the backyard.

  7. I know Kyle has his love for all the cars but if he had to pick one which one would you say is the pinnacle for you. I love the OG hatch but the MR2 I think takes the cake.

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