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Old May 15, 2018, 10:09 AM
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600+WHP Evo 9 Street setup

Hey fellas I am new to evolutionm! I wanted to know if 600+whp is attainable for in Evo 9 on a BB FP Red (MHI Housing) + other supporting mods, Thanks!
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Yes with E85.
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Thats exactly the route I chose. I stayed with the MHI housing for near stock spool up and torque. 430-450ish on pump gas and 600whp+ on E85 with supporting mods. Crank case ventilation is important and there a number of threads on enlarging the hole on the valvecover and using a good catch can.
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Thats exactly the route I chose. I stayed with the MHI housing for near stock spool up and torque. 430-450ish on pump gas and 600whp+ on E85 with supporting mods. Crank case ventilation is important and there a number of threads on enlarging the hole on the valvecover and using a good catch can.

Sweet thanks for the info! Love your build!
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Hey gents, I too am new here. My VIII has a stock IX turbo that was pretty lazy when the car was tuned last week for E85/93. With supporting mods complete for the most part(fuel injector, rail, SD, Fuel pump), also looking into the FP Red BB Turbo...I do like the "stock" appearance along with the quick spooling. My goal is to reach 450-500awhp. With current setup, sitting right at 400awhp.

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Originally Posted by OM-WW9-12 View Post
Hey fellas I am new to evolutionm! I wanted to know if 600+whp is attainable for in Evo 9 on a BB FP Red (MHI Housing) + other supporting mods, Thanks!
What supporting mods have you done already?
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So can a IX hold 600 whp without internals? Im looking into buying an 06 evo IX and doing a full build. Id like to build it for 800 or more awhp but tune it down to around 600 awhp so it can hold the power all day every day. But im not sure how extensive i have to get for this. Do i have to build it all for it to hold the power? Mind you i want high longevity and reliability. Im a diesel guy so new industry for me and definitley looking to make high horsepower thats sustainable.
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So can a IX hold 600 whp without internals? Im looking into buying an 06 evo IX and doing a full build. Id like to build it for 800 or more awhp but tune it down to around 600 awhp so it can hold the power all day every day. But im not sure how extensive i have to get for this. Do i have to build it all for it to hold the power? Mind you i want high longevity and reliability. Im a diesel guy so new industry for me and definitley looking to make high horsepower thats sustainable.
I know another Navy guy here that has a stock IX and was pushing over 600 on the stock block. The only issue he had was his tranmission blowing up. I believe that was done due to harsh launching/racing though. Believe he is in the process of rebuilding trans and taking advantage of down time to change set up. I can try to find out more information from him if needed...
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I know another Navy guy here that has a stock IX and was pushing over 600 on the stock block. The only issue he had was his tranmission blowing up. I believe that was done due to harsh launching/racing though. Believe he is in the process of rebuilding trans and taking advantage of down time to change set up. I can try to find out more information from him if needed...
That would be awesome. Idk anybody yet. Im trying to figure out what parts are good and reliable and can have longevity at the 600 or little more awhp mark. I really wanna build an evo now but i only wanna build it once. So any extra info you coukd lend would be awesome. Im kind of leaning toward the FP Black tho to be honest. Seems to be the more capable turbo from what i have gathered and highly recommended in the reviews.
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That would be awesome. Idk anybody yet. Im trying to figure out what parts are good and reliable and can have longevity at the 600 or little more awhp mark. I really wanna build an evo now but i only wanna build it once. So any extra info you coukd lend would be awesome. Im kind of leaning toward the FP Black tho to be honest. Seems to be the more capable turbo from what i have gathered and highly recommended in the reviews.
Hey man, sorry to follow up with you so late. I talked with the guy (Matt) I know and he said for you to just find him on Facebook. His name is Matthew Bellhousing or if you want to reach him on Instagram, his name is @mattatboostdivision

He will gladly answer your questions you have man. Just let him know James with the VIII MR told you to talk to him. I let him know last weekend at a car show but I am not sure he'll remember lol. Good luck.
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600whp on a stock block? so what are the supporting mods?
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Built 2.0 (Manley Rods, Wiseco Pistons..ext)
-Speed Density
-2150 FIC Injectors
-Walbro 450
-GSC S2 Billet + Springs & Retainers
-STM Fuel Rail
-Skunk2 Intake Manifold (Ported)
-S90 (70mm) TB
-ETS 3.5 FMIC + Piping
-TOMEI TI Full Exhaust (with Test Pipe)
-STM COP

That's currently what i have done over the last 2 months
Still need FP Race Manifold + 02 Dump & Either FP Red BB or FP Zero BB :]
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Originally Posted by OM-WW9-12 View Post
Built 2.0 (Manley Rods, Wiseco Pistons..ext)
-Speed Density
-2150 FIC Injectors
-Walbro 450
-GSC S2 Billet + Springs & Retainers
-STM Fuel Rail
-Skunk2 Intake Manifold (Ported)
-S90 (70mm) TB
-ETS 3.5 FMIC + Piping
-TOMEI TI Full Exhaust (with Test Pipe)
-STM COP

That's currently what i have done over the last 2 months
Still need FP Race Manifold + 02 Dump & Either FP Red BB or FP Zero BB :]
go for fp black bro. u wont regret.
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go for fp black bro. u wont regret.
I'll for sure look into that as well! Thanks! :]
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The quickest spooling 600whp or so turbo for an Evo IMO.FP Red MHI. This was a built 2.2 mivec on most of the boost on ethanol, third gear. Now on a stock engine, you could control torque (400-410ft lbs) and still make over 550whp with good boost control and tuning. The Black will make more but doesn't have the transient response as the Red.
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