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Old Oct 21, 2012, 11:46 PM
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Hey guys. Ok I took note of your previous comments about how if I change the BOV the car may stall. I found a GoFastBits Fully adjustable Recirculating BOV so I can adjust how much recirculation and venting to atmosphere I want. What ration should I set it at? Also, I was told I may need to adjust the spring load to control when it opens. Any idea on that? I'm gonna do a 2.5 inch custom turbo-back exhaust and depending on what I can find, maybe a front mount as well. But thats as far as I want to go with it. Maybe a reflashed ECU at the end of next year but thats only a maybe.
What is the point of installing the BOV if that can lead to an incident (God forbid)? Why would you want to take a risk? I already told you what is the best option if you want to get rid of stock plastic stuff...
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Old Oct 28, 2012, 11:50 PM
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Hi,
not too many parts from Evo 7 are bolt-on for Airtrek. Sensors are the same. Brakes can be installed but only with special hand made brackets, injectors can be installed but only with Evo's resister box ( stock injectors are high impedance whilst Evo ones are low impedance), intercooler kit can fit with some mods but only if you will change the turbo for TD05 from an Evo 4-9 together with outlet and exhaust manifold. If you will install TD05 you will probably need slim fans as there is not too much room between the actuator and stock radiator fans.
The bottom line is that everything is possible - it is just a matter of money, time and good will, depending on what you want to get from the car. The safest limit for Airtrek is 350 HP at the crank- after that you will need to upgrade your auto transmission and engine...
When you say together with outlet and exhaust manifold, what do you mean? I can get the exhaust manifold and if it needs modification got a guy to do that but what do you mean by outlet? Must I be looking for a specific outlet size on the turbo? Or is something I can buy separately as well? Apologies if this sounds dumb (which it probably does) but this is my first forced induction. Have been playing with hondas for the last 4 years haha.
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Old Nov 10, 2012, 01:51 PM
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When you say together with outlet and exhaust manifold, what do you mean? I can get the exhaust manifold and if it needs modification got a guy to do that but what do you mean by outlet? Must I be looking for a specific outlet size on the turbo? Or is something I can buy separately as well? Apologies if this sounds dumb (which it probably does) but this is my first forced induction. Have been playing with hondas for the last 4 years haha.
Exhaust manifolds for TD04 and TD05 are different so if you want to install TD05 instead of TD04 you will have to change exhaust manifold as well. Also you will have to change O2 housing which is so called outlet. Stock Evo 7-9 O2 housing would do the job or if you want to get a better spool you can get an aftermarket 3" O2 housing such as Invidia or any other. If you will decide to go for an aftermarket high flow O2 housing beware of chip Chinese stuff as they can be not properly designed causing big time overboost- up to 2 bar.
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Old Nov 19, 2012, 11:48 AM
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More pic´s please !
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Old Dec 23, 2012, 07:20 PM
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Old Feb 22, 2013, 10:15 AM
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pretty cool project
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Old Mar 19, 2013, 05:40 PM
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Digging this up!
I also have a 02 Airtrek and will be venturing into upgrading the lesser parts to evo 7 spec...

any updates on the project? vids pls!!!!!!!
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Not too much news with the project now. I just bought Carbing induction kit which i had been looking for quite a long time. http://www.carbing.co.jp/japan/produ.../2853190.shtml http://www.drive2.ru/cars/mitsubishi...l/688091/#post
Also i bought HKS intercooler for 450+hp. http://www.drive2.ru/cars/mitsubishi...al/58618/#post
I will add some videos later on when the snow will completely melt. It is too dirty now.

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Old Jan 12, 2014, 06:39 PM
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Quick update - managed to get 440 whp and 690 Nm of tourque. Some fun video from dyno testing http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3O1np...ature=youtu.be
Dyno run chart is here http://www.drive2.ru/cars/mitsubishi...urnal/2746685/

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Old May 16, 2014, 06:36 AM
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Omg, what kind of contraption do you guys do on the dyno's over there!? lol. Looks dangerous, but congrats on the build!
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There was a bug with throttle- when i was letting the gas pedal off the throttle blade did not close out smoothly but quickly moved down and back up again causing the rapid RPM and torque change resulting in car jumping slightly forward and getting off the straps. We fixed that after 1st case but it was fun))
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Hi! I am very interested by this build. Could you tell me if the evo lsd's fit directly on the normal 2.4l 4 speed outlanders? And if so is there something special to do?
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Hi! I am very interested by this build. Could you tell me if the evo lsd's fit directly on the normal 2.4l 4 speed outlanders? And if so is there something special to do?
well, if it is 4WD then evo rear LSD should fit without any problem ( you will need to keep stock gear ring). Front evo LSD should also fit in 4WD transfer box .
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That was my idea. Is there any model of the evo that would be best? I think i have to stick with the center diff of a 4 but for the back i think i can go up to 9 if it does not have the s-awc...
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