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Old Jan 9, 2009, 07:22 PM   #1
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Evo X Build

We are in the process of doing a full build on a customers Evo X. The car will be getting the following:

-Turbotrix built 2.3L (sleeved block, custom rods/pistons, full race head, kelford cams, etc.)
-Turbotrix Evo X turbo kit with an FP T4Z.
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-Turbotrix 3" exhaust
-Turbotrix IC pipes
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-Turbotrix bolts, Turbotrix washers, Turbotrix Oil, Turbotrix....

I will update this thread with pics as we go. Here is a pic from a few weeks ago of the motor getting machined for the Darton sleeves:

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Old Jan 9, 2009, 07:43 PM   #2
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hope the exedy clutch holds up to all that power, my friend had lots of issues with the same clutch with a lot less power. who knows maybe its driving style.
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Old Jan 9, 2009, 10:27 PM   #4
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Nice!

I have Exedy Twin HD @20K+ miles and probably 15k+ miles left.
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Old Jan 10, 2009, 07:19 AM   #6
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hope the exedy clutch holds up to all that power, my friend had lots of issues with the same clutch with a lot less power. who knows maybe its driving style.
Does he have the regular twin disk or HD? There is a big difference. The regular twin disk would not hold anywhere near that power.

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Old Jan 12, 2009, 09:46 AM   #7
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Here are some more pics of our Evo X stroker kit. The new rod piston combo weighs 850 grams. The stock rod/piston combo weighs 1200 grams. Thats a nice little weight savings.

Custom Turbotrix Rods and Pistons:

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New Turbotrix spec crank:

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Sleeved block:

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Looks good. Im glad to see somebody take a different approach then some other shops that are doing something similar. I think the sleeves here will show a better option then most. Keep us updated and good luck.

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Thats what I'm talking about on the X. Thanks alot for the good price and service on the clutch for my wife's 2006 MR. Keep up the good work.
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Has anyone actually reached the point where sleeves are necessary? Or is this just a precautionary measure at this point? Also, what kind of $$ does sleeving cost?
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Thats what I'm talking about on the X. Thanks alot for the good price and service on the clutch for my wife's 2006 MR. Keep up the good work.
Anytime Karl.
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Has anyone actually reached the point where sleeves are necessary? Or is this just a precautionary measure at this point? Also, what kind of $$ does sleeving cost?

Sleeving the X block cost$1350 including the sleeves. Thats if you drop off a bare block. Nobody knows the limit of the stock sleeves but we know that this car will be more then pushing those limits.


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Are those BME Rods Keith? That some thick Pins too
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Sleeving the X block cost$1350 including the sleeves. Thats if you drop off a bare block. Nobody knows the limit of the stock sleeves but we know that this car will be more then pushing those limits.


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thats probably peanuts compared to the rest of the build. might aswell play it safe.
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