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Old Apr 18, 2012, 01:16 AM
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MMC Airtrek 2.2 GTX3071R

Hi everyone,
I'm just about to finish building my project ( just need to tune ECU) so I decided to share some information on it.
Here it is:
Mitsubishi Airtrek 2002 ( same like MMC Outlander but right hand drive from Japan), 5-speed automatic transmission with manual mode.

Engine specs:
Evo7 engine with 2.2L stroker, CR is 9.09
Isuzu Elf sleeves
Ported cylinder head with 12-14% improved velocity.
Eliminated balance shafts
272 In Ex Kelford Cam shafts
94mm Manley forged Crankshaft
Manley Forged connecting rods
Mahle forged pistons 85.5 with 0.09mm gap
HKS Head gasket
HKS Valve springs
HKS retainers
Stock Evo 7 valves
ACL rod bearings
ARP head studs
ARP block bottom studs
Evo 9 rockers
Evo 9 oil pump
Evo 9 oil bracket
Evo 9 oil thermostat
Greddy sliding Cam gears
Greddy lightweight pulleys
Greddy timing belt
Zaclee clear plastic timing belt cover
Evo 7 chrome cylinder head cover
Custom Mitsubishi aluminum/carbon spark plugs cover

Electronics:
HKS F-con V-pro Gold 3.24 ECU with 2.0Bar MAP and intake temperature sensors
HKS AFK 2 device for AFR (wideband O2 sensor) and knock control
HKS F-con navigator Pro for engine performance monitoring
6 each Defi BF series sensors (Oil pressure, Oil temperature, Fuel pressure, Boost, EGT, AT oil temperature)
HKS EVC 6 boost controller
Modified stock ECU AT gears shifting for quicker change – thanks to Aaron ( aka Monsta)

Fuel and ignition system:
Aeromotive 340L fuel pump
Sard fuel pressure regulator
Perrin fuel rail
ID1000 fuel injectors
HKS Dli II ignition booster
Ralliart spark wires
Greddy 7 spark plugs
Monster motorsport thick wires upgrade kit for fuel pump wires.

Cooling system:
75mm Custom aluminum radiator
Carbing radiator cooling plate
Samco silicon radiator hoses
71C Ralliart thermostat
16rows Greddy oil cooler
MMC stock AT oil cooler
AT oil cooler fan from Kawasaki motorcycle
Tomei intercooler water spray

Intake system:
Skunk2 intake manifold
68mm Skunk2 throttle body
Chinese Intercooler 500+ hp
Greddy intercooler piping
APT bolt-on GTX3071R turbo 500+ hp
Ralliart metal intake pipe from turbo to intake filter
Evo 9 RS metal bypass valve
ARC induction box
Gizmo intake manifold thermo gasket
Carbing intake heat protection sheet
ARC oil catch tank

Exhaust system:
Full race pro stock exhaust manifold
Forge exhaust manifold heat shield
3” Invidia outlet
3” Monster motorsport catless extended downpipe
3” Apexi straight pipe
3” Varex remotely adjustable (fully open/ fully closed) catback.

Drivetrain:
4000 RPM torque converter
Evo 9 front Helical LSD
EVO 9 rear LSD
AT reinforced laser welded planetary gears
Kido racing fully adjustable coilovers
19mm Ultra racing rear anti-roll sway bar
Carbing front strut bar
Jaos front lower bar

Brakes:
Evo X 4-pot 350mm front brakes
Nissan Skyline R33 2-pot 300mm rear brakes
Evo X Pro RS stainless steel brake lines

Rims:
Rays forged 18inch Ralliart R01


Interior:
Recaro Ralliart front seats
Night Pager Evo X style under wheel adapter for gear switching in manual mode
Ralliart 260 km/hour cluster
Momo steering wheel
Metal shift knob
Ralliart seats covers


Exterior and Misc:
Carbon bonnet
Damd front bumper
Custom made front lights
Custom made rear lights
Forge aluminum Steering pump oil tank
Forge aluminum overflow tank
Fuses box carbon cover
Injectors wire box carbon cover
Evo 8 Steering pump
Evo 8 Steering rail
MAP performance crane sensor chrome heat shield
Set of Kenwood speakers

I’m sure that I have missed a couple of things but obviously they are not important since I cannot recall them))
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Old Apr 20, 2012, 04:09 AM
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Sorry, the link is in Russian but evom does not allow to download good quality pics since they are big. Just click on links in bolt blue and you will see some more pics. http://www.drive2.ru/cars/mitsubishi...rek/georg1970/
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http://www.drive2.ru/cars/mitsubishi...rek/georg1970/ you can find some more pics here ( just click on links in bolt blue- sorry, but they are in Russian)
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Hey guys. This is my first post here. I bought a 2002 Airtrek turbo as well. Same as the one on this thread. I have a question about parts for it. Can I buy evo 7 parts and use them for this car as in bolt straight up? So stuff like sensors, manifolds, front mount intercooler kits, brake kits, injectors, turbos etc?
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Originally Posted by carnetics View Post
Hey guys. This is my first post here. I bought a 2002 Airtrek turbo as well. Same as the one on this thread. I have a question about parts for it. Can I buy evo 7 parts and use them for this car as in bolt straight up? So stuff like sensors, manifolds, front mount intercooler kits, brake kits, injectors, turbos etc?
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Most of the Evo7 engine and turbo parts bolts right in, plug and play.Sensors are compatible,manifold and stuff can be replaced. With the turbo, replace using both the exhaust manifold and turbo outlet that comes with the evo7, incl the downpipe. Front brembo brakes needs the axle, arms, hub and spindle for direct fit while the rear needs a change of mounting point for one of the bolts.
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Originally Posted by carnetics View Post
Hey guys. This is my first post here. I bought a 2002 Airtrek turbo as well. Same as the one on this thread. I have a question about parts for it. Can I buy evo 7 parts and use them for this car as in bolt straight up? So stuff like sensors, manifolds, front mount intercooler kits, brake kits, injectors, turbos etc?
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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...

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All I want to do for now is basically a FMIC,bigger downpipe, BOV, free flow exhaust, pod filter intake. SO a couple of questions again.

1) Can I use the intercooler kit for a evo? If so which evo?
2) Pod filter intake- recommended or just a HKS panel filter?
3) When I do the downpipe (3 inch), can I use the one from an EVo8?

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All I want to do for now is basically a FMIC,bigger downpipe, BOV, free flow exhaust, pod filter intake. SO a couple of questions again.

1) Can I use the intercooler kit for a evo? If so which evo?
2) Pod filter intake- recommended or just a HKS panel filter?
3) When I do the downpipe (3 inch), can I use the one from an EVo8?

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1) You can use Evo's kit from 4-9 since it will not fit bolt-on but require some mods to be done- the turbos are set differently. TD04 -upwards, TD05 ( Evo) - downwards, so the piping from the turbo to intercooler will have to be modified if you want to use Evo's any FMIC kit/ I would say that EVO 7-9 is the best choice for stock boost up.
2) I would recommend Apexi or K&N - they are the best. The rest wheither too expensive of less effective.
3) You can use any downpipe from any Evo 7-9 but the flanges positioned differently so some welding job will be required. If i'm not mistaking they are about 20 degrees misaligned ( one turned clockwise and the other counterclockwise) between downpipe and catalytic converter.

Be careful with BOV - it is not a very good call since Airtrek is using MAF. We had a few cases when guys installed them first being after a coll sound but removed them once the engines shut themselves down because of BOV presence causing a near miss or minor incidents .
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So even if I run more boost with a boost tap I don't need to put in a BOV?
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So even if I run more boost with a boost tap I don't need to put in a BOV?
I would recommend to change the stock plastic ByPassValve for Evo RS metal one which is capable of holding high boost. Part # 1545A001. I tried many different types of BOVs but finally kept the one from Evo RS even I'm using MAP instead of MAF when sudden air discharging from intake is not a problem at all.
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MMC Airtrek 2.2 GTX3071R

Hi everyone, I'm just about to finish building my project ( just need to tune ECU) so I decided to share some information on it. Here it is:
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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.
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