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Old Jan 31, 2016, 10:53 AM
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Evo 8 build! (2.3, albins dogbox, top mount 6870)

2004 Mitsubishi Evolution SSL package



Engine

-Jackson Auto Machine 2.3L

-10.5:1 Compression

-Venolia Pistons +.20

-Manley Turbo Tuff Rods

-Manley Turbo Tuff 100mm Crankshaft

-Stage 3 Head with Dual Valve springs and Ti retainers

-Comp 280 Cams

-Vishnu Cam Gears

-Moroso oil pan

-Cometic Head Gasket

-L19 Head Studs



Drivetrain

-Jacks Transmissions Albins Dog Gearset

-Jacks Transmissions Stage 3 TC

-Driveshaft Shop 2-piece Aluminum Driveshaft

-Driveshaft Shop 900hp CV Axles

-STM Solid Shifter Bushings

-QM Twin Race Clutch, Street Flywheel



Turbo/ Intake/ Exhaust

-STM Top Mount T4 Turbo Manifold

-Precision 6870 1.0AR

-STM Race Core with VP Vanjen Assemblies 2.5 inlet 3 outlet

-Tial MV-S x2

-Tial Q BOV

-Magnus V5 Intake Manifold

-K-Tuned 90mm Domestic Throttle Body (Vanjen)

-STM Billet Radiator

-STM Custom Titanium Exhaust



Fuel

-STM Triple Pump

-Weldon Fuel Filter
-STM Fuel Rail -10 feed

-ID2000 Injectors

-Weldon FPR



Engine Management

-Haltech Elite 1500

-Haltech CAN Wideband

-(in progress, full list soon)



Suspension

-Ohlins DFV Coilovers

-Whiteline Bump Steer Kit

-(in progress)



Exterior

-Custom BMW Individual Azurite Black Paint

-Evo 8 Nose Chop Bumper

-DoLuck Lip

-Blackedout Headlight Housings

-Victory Function +15mm Carbon Fiber Fenders

-Shaved Trunk OE Wing



Wheels/ Tires

-Custom Rotiform KPS 18x9.5 +28 Front +40 Rear

-Toyo R888r 265/35/18



-Enkei NT03

-Toyo T1 Sport 285/30/18























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Old Jan 31, 2016, 01:50 PM
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Why the small cams?
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Originally Posted by letsgetthisdone View Post
Why the small cams?
What he said..
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Looks great! Should make awesome power!
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Sounds like this is gonna be a beast of a build when all is said and done. I have the same question about the cam choice though, you could free up a lot of power if you got a larger sized ones.
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Originally Posted by Jmills View Post
Sounds like this is gonna be a beast of a build when all is said and done. I have the same question about the cam choice though, you could free up a lot of power if you got a larger sized ones.
Part #'s
119-301-8i
119-302-8e

And thank you, Im very excited to see the finished product
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Wow this thing is clean! what are you hoping to put down when its done?
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Old Feb 11, 2016, 07:07 PM
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Wow this thing is clean! what are you hoping to put down when its done?
Thank you! Ill be happy with 850. Anything over is fine with me haha.
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Very clean and Impressive build.

What made you use an albins gearset over the other guys?
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Originally Posted by brightside View Post
Very clean and Impressive build.

What made you use an albins gearset over the other guys?
My first choice was actually not the albins but I did some research and it became the obvious choice for my application. Jacks sales rep made it a little easier too
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Those cams are Comp Cams 280, the actual duration is 264/265. Insane Speed built one of their Evos with them and the torque numbers were so high that they had to build a billet bellhousing for the transaxle as the OEM piece shattered.
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I'm very impressed with this build! I especially like the fact that you went with the 6870! However 850hp is 6466 territory, let this turbo eat!

Super clean car and good build! I look forward to the finished product! Gl
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Originally Posted by Migsubishi View Post
I'm very impressed with this build! I especially like the fact that you went with the 6870! However 850hp is 6466 territory, let this turbo eat!

Super clean car and good build! I look forward to the finished product! Gl
Thank you brotha! My goals are actually higher but fftec's dyno is a heart breaker so I don't want to get too ahead of myself numbers wise. Im very excited to get the show on the road and I'll be posting more frequently as it gets closer to running.
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