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Old Feb 7, 2019, 08:45 PM
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Evo 9 on a 2.0L with FP Black



After a few years of delays and life getting in the way I finally got the car finished and running well. Car has reached 2 of the goals I set for it with only one left being get a 10 second pass. First goal was 500hp on pump gas and second was 600 on e85.
9:0 Wiseco HD pistons
Manley H beam rods
local machine shop ported head
Kelford 280/276 cams
Skunk2 intake manifold
FP SS Black
FP exhaust manifold
STM intercooler piping
FIC 2150cc injectors
Dual 255 fuel pumps
Stock ECU tuned by Kevin at Evolution Dynamics
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Old Feb 7, 2019, 08:50 PM
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Nice!!
Looks like you will be smiling often!
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Old Feb 8, 2019, 01:40 AM
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Good numbers, but shouldn't it make more power running 39psi on E85? And why it spools better on Pump gas vs E85? Same specs on both dyno runs?
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I have the same power goals for my car. Nice numbers and glad you were able to complete the setup.
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Good numbers, but shouldn't it make more power running 39psi on E85? And why it spools better on Pump gas vs E85? Same specs on both dyno runs?
We actually turned the car down to 35 pounds on e85 and it still made 600 so more boost didnít really add much. As for the spool he messed with timing on the pump gas which helped so he needs to add it to the e85 tune. Both dyno runs where same specs and 3rd gear pulls.
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It looks like you're out of fuel past 6k on E85.
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Originally Posted by letsgetthisdone View Post
It looks like you're out of fuel past 6k on E85.
The e85 run was from a couple of weeks ago. There was some fuel pump problems that got fixed.
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Are u safe with the torque on those H beams rods?
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Are u safe with the torque on those H beams rods?
Tuner felt the car should be fine. Part of the reason we turned it down and stopped where we did.
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The cheap-o Hbeams are all good to about 550wtq if you're nice to them with timing.
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The cheap-o Hbeams are all good to about 550wtq if you're nice to them with timing.
surprising you would go Man H beams with expensive Wisecos
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Should be running a strutted style piston for anything over 550whp or so. I personally put them in everything. But if you extrapolate the ~550wtq capacity of those rods to 8500rpm, thats almost 900hp. I'm' not saying I would do that with those rods, but it gives you an idea of what you could probably push them to as long as you control the hit down low.
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The Manley H beam rods and similar Chinese forged rods (Eagle and K1 H beams) are capable of handling what most of us will use them for in the first place. To put this into perspective, an FP Black on a 2.3L does not break 540 trq all that often on E85.

I'd say it's a fair guess that most people who own an evo are still on a stock frame turbo on pump gas and spend most of their time below 500 trq, making these rods acceptable. They are much lighter than the gluttonous Manley "turbo tuff" I beams and work fine for the majority of tame to moderate builds.
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