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    Dude!!!
    I can't stop drooling over these pics!
    It's got my 3 most favourite (and hopefully soon to be affordable) cars:
    STi, Evo, and GT-R... Well, it'll take sometime before the latter.
    Thanks a lot for those!

    Anyway, about DSMLink, I know it's the best fit for Turbo Eclipses from 1990 to 1999, but since the engine essentially is the same it might as well fit an Evo.
    Here's their official website:
    http://www.dsmlink.com/
    To access the forums you must have it and register it at the website.

    Some people reported seeing it go for as low as $330 on eBay (U.S.).
    eBay Link, though it might go up in price.
    Retail price I believe is $545.

    You can't just download it because it's a software+hardware bundle:
    There's a lot of connections that go in and out of your car, some sensors (such as EGT) have to be installed in the car.
    And of course there's some sort of an OBD-II connector and an ECU hack and plug.

    Check the Mitsubishi tuners' forums. Check with RRE to see what fits in your car. These guys are local here (55 miles away from home). They might ship whatever you need internationally.
    By the way, there's a lot of tech articles about the 4G63 on their site as well.
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    I WANT A SKYLINE!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Peace,

    Rafster

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    so buy one on a japanese auction, convert it to left hand drive and you are sorted !
    Nano ITX / 512 MB / 60 GB / Panasonic slot load / M1-ATX / Bu303 / Sound blaster 24 / PPi amps / rockford sub

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAScooby
    so buy one on a japanese auction, convert it to left hand drive and you are sorted !
    Yeah, but the way I would want mine, would not be street legal in the US.

    Peace,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rafster
    Yeah, but the way I would want mine, would not be street legal in the US.
    I was about to say, LoL. MotoRex Inc. are the only importer of Skylines in the U.S.. It takes a year to legalize it, and costs an astound $90,000 just for the paperwork!

    Anyway, SAScooby, what do you think of DSMLink?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dug1967
    Wow, very impressive layout and assembly. I have the mini-itx and have been struggling with cramming all the "stuff" into a small package. I am doing all in dash install.

    Anyhow, here is my question.

    Where did you get a nano-itx? Did you pick it up in the short period that Via was making them? That was like just March and April of 2005 wasn't it? Or did I miss something and they are back?

    Also does anybody know what the deal is with the nano-itx? Why did Via pull it? Are they ever going to re-release?

    But, again very impressive work.

    Since you asked ... here's one sites take on this question and what they're thinking about a possible US release (some good PICS too!):

    Nano-ITX spotted in Japan
    November 23, 2005

    http://www.mini-itx.com/news/10246161/

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    The DSM link very impressive and is on the xmas wish list !
    it will really help out, and the similiarities under the skin between the evo and DSM are huge, I cant wait for the next pay day to invest in the DSM link, run it on the car pc and have fun
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    Quote Originally Posted by SAScooby
    The DSM link very impressive and is on the xmas wish list !
    it will really help out, and the similiarities under the skin between the evo and DSM are huge, I cant wait for the next pay day to invest in the DSM link, run it on the car pc and have fun

    SAScooby... before you buy DSMLINK look at www.ecuplus.com Its a full tuning tool with built in OBD-II. No need to take up the OBD-II port it reads right from the ECU. Awesome product man. I have a US Spec EVO VIII and This thing is FANTASTIC. I'll post pics of my set up when I get home in 6 weeks. Awesome ride and great friends to go tearing up tires with!

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