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Old Sep 1, 2017, 12:52 AM   #1
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Anxious Evo build

Hey whats up, guys! A little while ago I had a thread on here asking some more "noob" like questions about what kind of build I wanted to do.
Basically I have a Yellow 2004 Evo 8 SSL, in which there were some mods done on the car when I purchased the car in 2015. Built bottom end (done several years ago), exhaust, FP71Hta, intake, AEM fuel rail, 450 fuel pump, manual boost controller, Jacks built tranny, and T-case.
After I did a tune on that setup it yielded around 460hp and about 430 torque or so. I'm all the way in up in Colorado so these numbers are corrected for sea-level.
Eventually I got the mod bug considering this was my second evo, and I wanted to really go all out. So that's when I switched up the hot parts, turbo, added more boost, and switched to E-85. I ended up with a 6266, T3 open, external dump, 44mm wastegate, etc. blah blah blah. On this setup I yielded around 690hp and about 540 torque. Once again I wanted more.
So now I figured I'd document how the build has been going since it's just about complete.
February of 2017 I wanted to build the head of the car through "Heads by Drew" here in Colorado. I was recommended to him from a well known evo builder out here. Turns out when everything was torn apart the bearings were ****ting out on me, found glitter in the oil pan. Said screw it, the motor hasn't been built in years so lets just go all out.
Just had to finish up some stuff before it got picked up. Now this isn't a "drag" car per say, I do want it to see the track though. More of just a fun car I only take out once a week or so. Probably not safe for the streets but yoloswag

Built 2.0
Built head
Maximum Ported head
Tanabe adjustable coils
Manley race series crankshaft
GRP aluminum rods
Wiseco 1400hd 85.0 STD bore
9.0:1 compression ratio
ARP main studs
ACL coated bearings
Clevite shaft bearing
Balance shaft delete
625+ headstuds
OEM headgasket
Ferrea valves +1mm
Kiggly springs and retainers
Kiggly HLA
Kelford 280 cams
Exedy triple hyperdisc
AEM cam gears
AEM fuel rail
2150cc FIC injectors
Borg Warner s372r-FF
Twin 38mm tial MV-S wastegates
Tubular manifold T4 twinscroll
Custom downpipe & Dump
Spoolinup kit
Magnus V5 Intake manifold
Full blown 70mm throttle body
AEM bar 5 sensor
Double pumper two 450's
Fuel lab AFPR kit
Custom hood exhaust
ETS 4" front mount
Tial QR bov
Custom intercooler piping
Grimspeed 3 port boost controller
Koyo half size radiator
-16 radiator hoses
JM fab dual -10 oil catch can
AC delete
Power steering delete
Evo 8 nose chop
Carbon fiber hood dampeners
Rain guards
Carbon fiber gauge pod
AEM digital gauges
Stainless steel clutch lines
Seibon carbon trunk
Quick release bumper
Carbon fiber trunk
Jacks built tranny
Jacks built t case
Avid1 av-20 18x9.5 +22 offset
Rear wiper delete
AMS carbon fiber shift knob
Kirkey 15" drag seat with cover
G-Force 5 point harness
Carbon air ducts
Timing belt and water pump in at 53k
Killswitch
88 rotors kit
Stainless steel brake lines
ABS delete
Derale radiator fan
Carbon spats
Turbo guard
Turbo timer
New fuel lines
Buschur light weight cross member
Setrab oil cooler
ARP flywheel bolts
torque solution motor mounts

I'm sure there's things I'm missing, but I will update it as it goes. Sorry for lack of pictures or not in order etc, just threw this together for anyone interested in reading it. Car was taken in February 2017, and it's now September 2017 and she is just about finished. The head is on, she's getting timed, just had to buy a few more things but haven't been around the car to take new pictures. Will update asap

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Old Sep 1, 2017, 12:53 AM   #2
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Started stripping out the car to cut some weight so I figured a kirkey seat would be in order
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Old Sep 1, 2017, 12:55 AM   #3
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Stripped out the trunk, the back seats, speakers, door cards, etc. when I first weighed this turd it was in the upper 3300's talk about heavy!
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Old Sep 1, 2017, 12:56 AM   #4
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Is it just me who hates the nose on the 8 bumper? Figured I'd chop that off
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Old Sep 1, 2017, 01:30 AM   #5
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Definitely looked better without the nose
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Old Sep 1, 2017, 01:32 AM   #6
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Wanted to grab different wheels before she got picked up, as well as swap out my trunk. The original trunk was just an RS painted one I wanted to wrap in carbon, but I got a great deal on an OEM seibon carbon fiber one so I figured why not. Also grabbed new wheels from a buddy which was cool
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Old Sep 1, 2017, 01:34 AM   #7
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Excuse the dirtyness of the car, it had been sitting for a little while at this point over winter. But white wheels and carbon trunk alas!
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Old Sep 1, 2017, 01:35 AM   #8
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Had to grab some gauges before she left as well. Sorry about ricing her up first lol now it was time to start thinking fast
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Old Sep 1, 2017, 01:36 AM   #9
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Took her out one last time
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And she's off! February 2017
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Old Sep 1, 2017, 01:39 AM   #11
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Out with the 6266. Now it's time for borg s372.
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Old Sep 1, 2017, 01:41 AM   #12
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Figured I would do a twinscroll T4 manifold this time around. Elevation eats power like no other up here. Two 38mm Tial wastegates, and 625+ head bolts
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Engine was pulled. Now time to see the damage
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Found the bearings beat to the copper
Eh said screw it lets just rebuild the entire thing. It's time To freshen her up

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Sorry about so many replies. This mobile version was acting funny. But since the engine was pulled I needed to find other ways to lighten this turd up
Firewall material was pulled out. Figured I would lose the AC as well. Took out the ABS brakes, and was planning on pulling power steering
Thinking I would get new mounts as well so it's not so shaky in there. Although for an 04' it only has 50k miles so the mounts weren't in bad shape
Definitely does look better with the firewall material pulled. Now to tuck some wires
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