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Old Apr 15, 2018, 11:32 PM
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What would be the best route to go for my evo 9 mr



Posting here since I'm newer on the page and can't post anywhere else yet

I have an 06 evo mr we with 34k miles. It was built for 1000hp but at around 630hp with 29 psi boost since it had 5 speed transmission problems. Used to be around 830 but once third gear went boost was lowered. 5 speed transmission is being built as we speek

few of the mods it has
motor: 2.0 10.5.1 compression motor turbo I beam rods and 1400hd pisstons. Use to be an low 9 second car
turbo: pte 6466 t3
Exhaust manifold: ams
intake manifold: stock manifold ported (not sure if I should upgrade it yet)
injectors: 2000cc
cams: kelfords 280 cams
fmic: 4inch
exhaust: buschur 4in with no cats
cop: custom
ecu: aem v2
omni bar: speed density 6 if I remember good for 75 psi boost
fuel pump: 2 walbro 225s

A lot more has been done but this is the most important things for now

Raced a fast newer mustang gt 500 and won but my oil pump went so not even 30 seconds and I pulled over to find out I lost oil and my pump went so motor started knocking a little so I just towed it home so no hole in the block. Not that much damage.

Anyways I want my car to be a low 9 second or mid/high 8 second car. I have a suv as my daily but for the summer I want to drive it when I can and store it in the winter like I have been for 2017. I want 45-50 psi boost and 830-850 no. I have an e85 tune right now so I'm thinking e85 and a pump gas tune. E85 is easy to find by me so I could just stay e85 and be faster but when it would also be nice to have a pump gas tune for the trip to shootout

What parts should I use and why
I was thinkimg aluminum rods but I think I should just stay the route I was before

should I get these parts or is there anything better?
these parts I'm thinking but again I want an aggressive, mean, fast reliable evo that I can drive on the street (also highway race/pulls) and take to the track maybe 2 or 3 times a year like the half mile and dsm shootout.

Should I?
rods: turbo tuff I beam rods there new style
Wisco pistons 10.5 or 11.5 not sure and what's better for what I want my evo for?
King or acl main and rod beatings?
arp 625 head studs?
Upgrade my oem intake manifold or keep it since it's ported? If anything I might just get my car running and tuned for 50 pounds of boost for around 830 to. I should be fine for now with it
fuel pump: upgrade one of my 255s to the new 450 and run a 450 and 255 and be good
crank: stock crack. I was told the stock crank is good for at least 1000hp.

if anyone could help me out id appreciate it and if you have links to places to buy the parts or know of any good deals or can hook me up let me know
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Old Apr 16, 2018, 06:23 AM
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Good to see you posting up. Lets have you post up here (just cut & paste your notes): https://www.evolutionm.net/forums/ev...drivetrain-22/
Im sure you will get some replies (your engine is built like a beast)

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