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Old Jun 8, 2018, 05:51 PM
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Full bolt on e85 evo 8

Hey everyone


So just got my evo remote tuned by Ian at optimized Performance (highly recommend!) and just wanted to share with ya'll some of the numbers.

So current mod list:
-Arp headstuds
-GSC S1 cams
-Greddy tic exhaust
-Stm high flow cat
-Hallman pro mbc
-Mishimoto radiator
-fp green (was an old school fp green, but apparently was sent back to fp to be converted to a 73hta, with MHI Housing)
-Ets 3.0" FMIC
-ETS licp and UICP
-FIC 1000cc injectors
-Walbro 255 fuel pump
-evo 9 BOV
-Ets intake system
-speed density
-Omni 4 bar
-Stock block with almost 123k on it

370whp and 369wtq on 93 @ 25psi


424whp and 389 wtq on e85 @ 29 psi
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Old Jun 8, 2018, 05:57 PM
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Well done & nice numbers. I have a similarly spec'd EvO & although I have a 9, your numbers make sense

Great job!
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Is that VD? Looks like your WGA isn't holding the boost up top. With a FP Green, you should hold 25 psi to redline. What WGA are you using?
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Is that VD? Looks like your WGA isn't holding the boost up top. With a FP Green, you should hold 25 psi to redline. What WGA are you using?
Yea it's on vd. I believe it's a factory 9 wga, not sure
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Anyone know any other mods on a budget to boost up the hp even more?
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Originally Posted by 4G63_Crazy View Post
Anyone know any other mods on a budget to boost up the hp even more?
porting.

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Im a porting noob, and I did ruin my original manifold being too aggressive. So I went more for smoothing then hogging out material in the ports in whats pictured. I was able to get a replacement for 75 bucks shipped though so chalk it up to cost of learning. There are tons of youtube videos on doing this though so you can look into the details.

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Anyone know any other mods on a budget to boost up the hp even more?
What O2 housing and downpipe are you using?
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What O2 housing are you using?
stock o2 housing.. Would like to get a ported megan o2 housing but I heard its annoying to install.. I also have a jmfab exhaust manifold ready to be put on.
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stock o2 housing.. Would like to get a ported megan o2 housing but I heard its annoying to install.. I also have a jmfab exhaust manifold ready to be put on.
Get rid of stock O2 housing. Do you plan on keeping it quiet or open it up with a dump?
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Originally Posted by 2006EvoIXer View Post
Get rid of stock O2 housing. Do you plan on keeping it quiet or open it up with a dump?
idk haha I bought one before but sold it cause didn't have the time to install it.. I just don't know how loud it is!
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Originally Posted by Biggiesacks View Post
porting.

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Im a porting noob, and I did ruin my original manifold being too aggressive. So I went more for smoothing then hogging out material in the ports in whats pictured. I was able to get a replacement for 75 bucks shipped though so chalk it up to cost of learning. There are tons of youtube videos on doing this though so you can look into the details.
Yeah, only need to open it up 1mm larger that exhaust port on head.
Make sure to shape your collector for smoother transitional flows.
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idk haha I bought one before but sold it cause didn't have the time to install it.. I just don't know how loud it is!
It's too loud when WG is open.
I don't like it. Lol
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Originally Posted by 2006EvoIXer View Post
Yeah, only need to open it up 1mm larger that exhaust port on head.
Make sure to shape your collector for smoother transitional flows.
I did put in some work on the collector area, I just didn't take pics. I just gasket matched it, which i figured i would do to the head at some point when my confidence level is high enough.

I recall the 02 housing being a pain in the *** to install with the turbo in the car.

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Originally Posted by Biggiesacks View Post
I did put in some work on the collector area, I just didn't take pics. I just gasket matched it, which i figured i would do to the head at some point when my confidence level is high enough.

I recall the 02 housing being a pain in the *** to install with the turbo in the car.
You actually want the ports to be smaller than gasket so as gas flows out, it only increases in opeming size. And if you will install O2 in car, remove your radiator before attempting.
I won't try to remove any turbo studs while ithe turbo is still in the car. Those things feel like they were welded on!
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