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Old Mar 5, 2018, 02:29 AM
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My 2.3 on a Green hits peak tq at under 4000 RPM and full spool at 3800 RPM.

I am making 390 whp but 450 tq....and power falls off at 6000 RPM.

A 2.4 should spool even quicker and a 20G on an oem hotside even more so.
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Old Mar 10, 2018, 02:33 AM
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Did you do your pre-checks before getting someone to tune your evo?

Boost leaks etc?
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Old Mar 10, 2018, 07:46 AM
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Update.

This weekend I tried to adjust the wastegate preload. the preload was far too stiff. Maybe 6 full turns. I adjusted it to 3 full turns and took it for a road test. It seems that it had slightly better spool but nowhere near from what is supposed to spool. Probably the hotside must have cracks. Here's the new log


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Having to much preload on your wastegate isn't a bad thing, it would actually help the spool. You have other problems going on. I have that spool on a turbo the size of a black on my 2.4 so you have a leak somewhere.
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Old Mar 10, 2018, 01:15 PM
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Another probable cause which is likely to be the problem. When I decided to replace the wastegate, I ordered a Forge IWG for evo 9, as i own an EVO 9 MR. When I tried to install it, i noticed that it was not a direct fit to the hotside door. I googled the turbo part number, just to find out that it was a turbo from EVO8 MR. I do not know if it has anything to do with this, but probably the door stays open. Forge, Turbosmart and other companies that offer actuators, they offer actuators for evo4-8, and different for evo 9. Anyhow, the turbo, manifold and also the wastegate will be replaced soon but I before I switch turbos I want to find where this boost delay comes from
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Old Mar 14, 2018, 06:01 AM
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The wastegate difference is due to the bigger compressor housing on the evo9 turbo's. Hotsides are identical in external sizing and wgate arm placement.

Have you checked mechanical cam timing?
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Old Mar 14, 2018, 06:41 AM
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Originally Posted by ExViTermini View Post
The wastegate difference is due to the bigger compressor housing on the evo9 turbo's. Hotsides are identical in external sizing and wgate arm placement.

Have you checked mechanical cam timing?
Not yet
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Old May 23, 2018, 06:31 AM
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Sooo how are guys doin? As I am patiently waiting for my parts to arrive, I decided to share some pictures of my build



4G64 Block. It was actually in a very good condition. I even avoided to bore it, which was preferred for obvious reasons (Thin cylinder walls, HG issues etc)


4G64 Block. It was actually in a very good condition. I even avoided to bore it, which was preferred for obvious reasons (Thin cylinder walls, HG issues etc)


Manley Billet 100m Crank


Manley Billet 100m Crank


Manley Billet 100m Crank



Carrillo H-Beam 156mm Rods. Surprised by the quality


Carrillo H-Beam 156mm Rods. Surprised by the quality


Carrillo H-Beam 156mm Rods. Surprised by the quality


Wiseco 1400HD pistons


Wiseco 1400HD pistons


Wiseco 1400HD pistons


Stock Rod-Piston


Carrillo Rod-Wiseco Piston. 135gr lighter than stock!!!


GSC Beehive Spring & Retainer Kit


GSC Beehive Spring & Retainer Kit


GSC Race Balance Shaft


GSC Race Balance Shaft


GSC Race Balance Shaft Weight. 751gr lighter than Oem


OEM Balance Shaft


Fluidampr Crank Pulley. Actually 1393gr heavier than oem, but totally worth it for its job


OEM Crank Pulley


ARP Crank Pulley Bolt


GSC R2 Cams


GSC R2 Cams


Supertech Sodium Filled Exhaust Valves (OEM size)


Supertech Black Nitride Intake Valves (OEM size)


Supertech Valve Seals


GSC Spring Seats


ARP Cam Pulley Bolts


ID 1050x Injectors


AMS Fuel Rail


ACL Crank and Rod Bearings. Also and Thrust Bearings were included in the build


ARP Main Studs


ARP Cam Tower Bolts





ORC Twin Clutch


ORC Twin Clutch


Engine Down




Minor Intake and Exhaust Porting


Kansai 4.11 Final Drive


Kansai 4.11 Final Drive


Kansai 4.11 Final Drive


Kansai 4.11 Final Drive
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Old May 23, 2018, 07:15 AM
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More parts that are in the waiting list. For now I am waiting for radiator and the turbo



Magnus V5 intake Manifold


T4 Divided Manifold


T4 Divided Manifold


Twin Tial MV-S 38mm Wastegates & S90 74mm Throttle Body


Kiggly HLA Regulator. A high quality piece!


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Old May 23, 2018, 07:23 AM
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Cool, it's going to be a nice build. What brand is that T4 twin scroll manifold? What turbo are you going to run?
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Old May 23, 2018, 08:04 AM
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Cool, it's going to be a nice build. What brand is that T4 twin scroll manifold? What turbo are you going to run?
The manifold is a custom made from Exelixis Motorsports. The turbo that I am waiting is a Precision 6466
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Old May 23, 2018, 02:13 PM
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Good luck with your build , you have a bunch of nice stuff going into it!
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Old May 23, 2018, 02:28 PM
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Suprised that you are going that all out and big turbo, but h beams
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Old May 23, 2018, 03:24 PM
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Suprised that you are going that all out and big turbo, but h beams
I think the Carrillo Pro H is a good choice for the 100mm crank. It will reduce rotational energy to reduce chance of crank fracturing at #4 oil port. I'm not a fan of LR because I like the pistpn rings spread out as far as possible to reduce cylinder wall wear.
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Old May 23, 2018, 03:48 PM
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The r&r i beams weigh like an h beam. Great choice for this application.
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Old May 24, 2018, 01:52 AM
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You got a lot of nice stuff on this build congrats. But I think you made one mistake. I can understand wall thickness of the block, but how do you know the cylinders are true? Hate to see you spend all that cash and have oblong cylinders in the block, specially when it came to a used 64 block. I was kind of surprised you went H beam rods as others did, but I know Carrillo makes nice stuff and those should be fine. Only other thing I can say is wasted money on those race balance shafts personally, and I think you should have went with a larger runner intake mani to help the air get into the engine given the larger displacement. Other then that thing should be a monster nice job. Looking forward to some #s.
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