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Old Nov 19, 2009, 10:00 PM
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THE Complete Evo X turbo swap parts list!

This is the list of everything needed to swap an Evo X turbo onto a Ralliart. If its not listed, the Ralliart has the same part # and can be reused on the new turbo setup. This list should be comprehensive and complete. Its even broken down into required and recommended pieces. Prices are list prices from Mitsubishi.


Required (a complete turbo assembly off an X should include all of this):

1515A183 (1515A198) Turbocharger 2,022.79
1555A476 Exhaust manifold 514.82
MN119784 Exhaust stud x2 (these will not come out of your Ralliart turbo without breaking) 9.73 x2
1515A150 Turbo Outlet pipe 62.20
1515A184 Turbo to manifold gasket 44.10
1555A289 Turbo to 02 housing gasket 40.37
1555A423 O2 housing 171.77
1225a155 Oil feed line 27.22
1225A181 Oil return line 75.97
1310A469 Coolant return pipe 12.10
1310A577 Coolant feed pipe 25.20
MF650114 coolant banjo bolt x2 7.37 x2
MF660065 coolant banjo bolt gasket x4 0.95 x4
1542A042 Inlet elbow 61.08
1515A053 Inlet elbow gasket 10.10
1570B095 Downpipe 304.52 (it would be cheaper just to get an AMS widemouth downpipe instead of stock Evo downpipe and O2 housing)
3078.50 + 27.22 +304.52 total list.
1055.71 + 27.22 + 304.52 without new OEM turbo


Recommended but not required to work:
1555A320 O2 housing bracket 19.08
MD194403 Oil return line gasket 1.53
1515A166 Compressor housing bracket 19.08
MF140264 Compressor housing bracket bolt 2.23
MF140260 Compressor housing bracket bolt 1.30
MR281085 Turbo outlet pipe gasket (same as Ralliart but new ones are recommended) 4.65

47.87 total list.

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Old Nov 19, 2009, 10:08 PM
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Very comprehensive list. Thanks!
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soo when will we see a complete fp evo red swap?
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What a great, comprehensive list! Should be an excellent resource for those planning to do the X swap in the near future.
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Old Nov 20, 2009, 05:10 AM
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A red swap would be the same, just replace the OEM turbo, inlet pipe, inlet pipe gasket, and compressor bracket and bolts with the cost of a Red.
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awesome work and thanks for posting!!
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Great post Eric

Mods, I think it would be a good idea to sticky this at the top as people are always asking whats needed for the X turbo swap.
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Sweet! Now I'm set! Time to order the rest of the parts I need
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Is a "swap kit" with FP Red going to be part of the Black Friday sale?

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One thing that should be added to this list is a tune.

I'm sure a stock Evo X flash would work in a pinch.
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ya, you would have to pay for a tune, so thats some added money. Im sure you could get by without one, but I wouldnt consider that very safe, nore would you get the full power advantage.
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Originally Posted by RotorGlow View Post
One thing that should be added to this list is a tune.

I'm sure a stock Evo X flash would work in a pinch.

I still haven't heard an actual tuner chime in as to whether a stock EVO X map can be used after a swap. Granted, a custom tune is in order, but it would be nice to know if the car could be driven in for a tune.
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i would hazard to guess a stock mr map would be better then the stock ra map for sure.
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I don't think that stock evo map would work. I believe the evo uses both an active and a passive solenoid to control boost. I think custom tailored target load, wgdc, and fuel maps would be needed.
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Originally Posted by Xenozx View Post
Im sure you could get by without one, but I wouldnt consider that very safe, nore would you get the full power advantage.
+1

I can envision horrible things happening...
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