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Old Apr 4, 2017, 01:10 PM
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Boost time 03 lancer

Finally posting up my build thread. I have an evo 8 turbo and the full gambit of parts in my garage just waiting, staring at me unused and unabused. This weekend and next week I am slapping it all together with the guides layed out by Green_Bandit and the many other turbo threads. Im really excited!

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evo 16g turbo
3" ebay downpipe
3' Ebay O2 dump pipe
3" E-cutout
all evo IC piping
evo Intercooler
Forge Adjustable wastegate w/ 5-10 psi spring
Turbo xs Turbo manifold
Gizmo Electronic Boost controler
Boost guage, AF guage, Oil temp guage, Oil pressure and all senders
3 Guage pod
Oil filter sandwich for guages and oil send line for turbo
Oil line for turbo
All coolant lines for turbo
Drilled and Tapped Oil pan
Innovative LC-1 Wideband
Wrx 440cc injectors (I also have what looks to be an aftermarket fuel rail with quite a large bore compared to OEM)
Stock evo intake
Evo 8 MAF
Stock Evo recirvculation pipe
Ported and Polished intake manifold
two slim fans for the radiator
GFB dual vent Blow off valve

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I assume you have all new gaskets for exhaust and a fuel pump? list looks good post up pics and enjoy it! install is half the fun. also what are you tuning with ecuflash/evoscan?
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I assume you have all new gaskets for exhaust and a fuel pump? list looks good post up pics and enjoy it! install is half the fun. also what are you tuning with ecuflash/evoscan?
I do have new gaskets for everything, no fuel pump. Do I really need one? Theres a wally 255 here in the classifieds I could get.
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The fuel pump is needed yes , they cheap hundred something new.I believe 03 was the first years for the non return fuel system correct? Idk much on theem I know the return system ones need a rising rate regulator.

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I'll grab a new fuel pump, I must've read right over that portion lol.


I'll take some more pics tonight of all my turbo bits!
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Alright boss, also done forget fluids, new plugs, run your fuel low and replace with 93 unless you already run that. Also you auto or manual.
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I'm pretty sure the 02-03 have a return fuel system so you would need an adjustable fuel pressure regulator. As for the fuel pump you only need one if you run 10+ PSI and same for the EVO 8-9 Maf and 440cc injectors but might as well get it if you have the rest already! The stock engine can take 10 psi easy if it's healthy.... i have proof from running it on the track for over 2 years no problem! If u ever need help u can send me a PM i come on once in a while to check my messages.
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I'll probably just buy the new fuel pump, just so there wont be any issues with fuel starvation. My engine is a bit tired at 175k, but i have a fresh head i can slap on if the need does arise. I still plan on 10psi!

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Definitely a return fuel system.



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Also heres my ebay 3" downpipe ready to be abused!



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Looking good sir, and you will like that cutout if it's your DD had one with the old setup and it was nice.
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Your weak point really lies in the pistons/rods. That would be the first to go before anything really. As long as the engine is healthy you should have no major issues. Ive seen between 7-13 psi on stock internals with no issues.
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Oh yes, I would rather not have crazy loud exhaust ALL the time. I may get creative with 2 of the flapper parts so it can fully dump all the exhaust out the cutout vs most of it.

Oh yea ive read the heads are pretty dang decent. If something does hit the fan and the bottom end is good, ill be happy. If not, then im going junkyard 4g64 with a hyundai dohc head and continuing the boost dreams, with more ponies and easier sourced parts lol.

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Build is starting tonight! I am gunna tear it apart tonight and post up more pics, cause who doesn't like pics right?
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Ran into a problem with my oil feed, the used setup has some rust in the fitting and wont screw into the sandwhich adapter.

1) can i buy a new fitting, cut this end off and put the new one on?
2) should i buy a whole new feed line? If so what specs do i need?

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Some progress though, got the IC mounted, the oe manifold taken off, need to take off the oil pan next!
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