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826 BHP EVO

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826 BHP EVO

Comments for: 826 BHP EVO
cesiuminjector Report This Comment
Date: February 19, 2006 05:51PM

one giant ass turbo?, what else was done?
BinLaden Report This Comment
Date: February 19, 2006 07:07PM

To get that sort of power from an Evo, virtually everything is changed; rods, pistons, crank, head (ported), valves, cams, pulleys (normally switch to adjustable), stand-alone ECU like a Motec or Omex (although a piggy-back like a Greddy E-manage or Apexi Power-FC might just do it) - bigger injectors, water injection, bigger intercooler (maybe nitrous sprayed), custom wastegates and controllers, coils replaced, exhaust. Then there's the transmission; paddle clutch - probably tripple plate carbon, straight-cut box, the Evo rear axle is pretty good, but not sure it can take this much on its own, suspension would need changing. Unless it's a drag car, the brakes obviously need upgrading. I'm guessing it also has to run on race fuel to give full power too - probably more like 550-600bhp on road fuel.

Like all these big power cars, so much needs changing to get the power that the only things they have in common with the originals are the body shell. I run a big turbo Jap import, and know several others running big-power Evos; one over 700bhp, that's used for racing. They look good and the feeling when driving is awesome, but they're f*cking expensive to run (I get 12mpg, and it's in the garage being tweaked about 40% of the time), and need constant attention which is what a lot of people forget.
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: February 19, 2006 08:55PM

Nice ! I can see you've spent a few hours there ; >winking
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For all the reasons you stated in your 2nd paragraph BL, I steer my customers toward the safer approach of 500hp or so to the ground then a 650-700 hp figure with the boost cranked up to 30 psi or so for fun at the track.

The tweakier you make the ovearall package the less they tend to actually ENJOY their new toys due to constant tuning and maintenance/repairs :>winking
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cesiuminjector Report This Comment
Date: February 19, 2006 09:38PM

ok more or less what i expected to be done
cesiuminjector Report This Comment
Date: February 19, 2006 09:39PM

how much did all this cost?