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Old 02-02-2016, 01:58   #1
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UPDATE!!! Evo 6 project.........800bhp straight cut dog box plazmaman inlet stripped interior!!

Thought I'd share some pictures and plans I have for my white Evo 6, searched for 2 years for a clean low mileage Evo6 in white finally found one after looking at countless rot boxes/bodged evo's! Car had forged Evo 8 engine kelford 272 cams and Evo 9 80 series race tech turbo, pushing out a healthy 417 bhp I wanted more so decided on upgrading the fuel system, suspension, turbo manifold and injectors! Precision 5858 gen2 turbo ets manifold tial 44mm external wastegate and ets 3.5" intercooler custom downpipe and boost pipes made by myself. Over this winter I decided to strip the underside of the car and do a full resto as the car was so clean and never been welded I wanted it to stay that way so me and my brother stripped car back to bare steel! All running gear set for powder coating and bolts sent for zinc plating! All bushes changed to super pro.Primed with bonda zinc primer,2 coats high build primer then upol raptor truck bed liner On top of that then finished with 3 coats of scotia white! Il update the thread as I progress all work carried out by me and my brother! he's some pics for an idea


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great job.

How long it took you to do all this? I'm planing to do the same thing with my brother to my VII but not sure how much time to take off from work.

From what I see in the pics I will do similar job with similar tools and I was thinking maybe 4-7 days.

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Thanks getting there now!!We did it over a week and a half that was due to work and other priorities, I reckon a solid 7 days you would have it done to the stage I'm at now probably we bit further mare


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Good work. I see on the upper inner wing you've masked down the line of the bonnet and line of the front door. How does it look? This is my stress at the moment as it's easy to get carried away and remove the whole engine too! Any more pics of that area?
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Looks fine the wing covers where it's masked to, will try get photos of my brother hasn't put the wings back on, the engine bay is mint so seen no reason to drop engine out to paint bay mate


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Looks good mate. In the process of doing the underside of my 6, I had never heard of raptor liner until my mate in the bodyshop told me it would be good to use on mine. I'm using rust bullet and then clear raptor liner with Scotia white mixed in. Very time consuming, keep up the good work .
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Hi mate ,is that a 4inch air intake pipe ,if so where did you get it from and how much as I'm on the look out for this set up myself ,my car is about 550bhp at mo but told one of these would help to gain a it more ,cheers dean
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Cheers Ryan, yeah it's really good stuff that raptor! to give you an idea that was two kits I used to do mine, was been very generous with it rite enough! Yeah it's time consuming but so worth it. Dean I got he intake kit from ross sport on here they have a traders section have a look there, Blair


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Two kits as in 8 litres of stuff? Isn't there 4litres to a kit?

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Yeah Ryan 8 bottles I used


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Wow that is some protection lol.
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Looking good mate.
Seen it a couple of times before you put it off the road.
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Looking good mate.
Seen it a couple of times before you put it off the road.

Thanks mate, you from Inverness?


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Nice work mate, to do a job like that of that quality on axle stands takes some determination. I want to do it to my 8 and skyline but just don't fancy it on axle stands

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