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Due to an increasing family I am reluctantly being forced to sell my pride and joy. For sale is my Cosmic grey 2004 facelift EP3 which I have owned for over 4 years with only 1,500 miles on a low compression, fully forged, Clockwise motion, K20, engine and 90,000 miles on the chassis. I have owned this car for the last 4 years and it has always been meticulously maintained by Grinspeed Motorsport regardless of cost and is totally Immaculate in every way.

The car itself has only just finished being professionally built by Stevie at Grinspeed and was mapped by Henry Roy of Triple H Performance in Scotland. Since the engine was built and the custom Rotrex supercharger system was installed the car has only covered 1500 miles (1000 of these were running in miles). Therefore, she has never been abused, never seen a track or drag strip. Even before the forged engine and supercharger system was installed the car only really ever saw dry, summer use. Kept garaged all year round and valeted regularly to a high standard.

Full Service History and comes with a folder full of all Receipts and paperwork, Dyno Graphs for the car since it has been in my possession.

12 months MOT and will come with 6 months tax.

Overall, in the past 4 years I have spent in the region of £25k on this car which gives you an idea what it costs to build a proper example with a low compression Clockwise motion engine.....

Running 434hp and 252lbft torque at the fly (398hp at the wheels).
All engine work was carried out by Ian at Clockwise motion in October 2013 all custom boost pipes (powder coated in matt black) and fuel system was installed by Grinspeed Motorsport.

I am looking for £10,995 and considering what it would cost to build something similar it's not too bad, plus a good deal with a brand new engine and supercharger costing in excess of £9k. I would consider a p/x with a nice Mitsubishi Evolution 9 FQ360.

The car is located in Cumbria, England (LA12), Junction 36 off the M6.
You can contact me by PM or James 07900942684 (any questions please call or text).

Engine:
Clockwise Motion 10.5:1 low compression block forged rods and pistons (mapped to 434bhp and 252 ft. lbs. torque)
FD2 camshafts
Eibach dual valve springs
Rotrex bottom mount C30-94 supercharger
Custom Front mounted intercooler
Custom 3" boost pipes - powder coated matt black
Amber BOV
Kpro ECU management system
RBC inlet manifold with ported Buddyclub 74mm TB - powder coated matt black
K&N open cone intake filter - customised position to avoid hydro lock with custom heat shield
Custom velocity stack - powder coated black
CWM custom fuel rail
AEM spark plug cover
Custom Candy blue rocker cover
Hondata 4 bar MAP sensor
Air temp sensor relocated to RBC and upgraded
Relocated battery to boot in custom carbon fibre box
CWM baffled sump
RC 750cc injectors
Aeromotive FPR and gauge
Custom braided fuel lines and return fuel line
Deatschwerks 300lph fuel pump
Solid Fabrications custom manifold with 3" collector and de-cat - heat wrapped
Solid Fabrications custom 3" exhaust with rolled tip

Transmission:
Standard K20 gearbox (checked by Grinspeed 1000 miles ago)
OEM facelift flywheel
Buddyclub short shifter
M factory Helical LSD
Exedy Stage 2 paddle clutch (1500 miles use)

Suspension:
BC adjustable coilovers
Polybushed ball joints
D2 rear camber arms
Eibach 15mm hub centric spacers
Eibach camber bolts (front)
Custom H brace - powder coated black
Beaks lower brace - purple

Brakes & wheels:
Stoptech touring 4 pot callipers - front
Hel braded brake lines
Ferodo Ds2500 pads - all round
Tegiwa brake stopper
Rota Torques 17x7.5j - gunmetal grey
Rota wheel nuts

Interior:
Genuine Bride glitter backs on Bride low positions rails with certification from Japan
Genuine Takata Harnesses
Custom Grinspeed harness bar
Blox gear knob
Custom centre console - with built in gauges, carbon dipped
Drift boost gauge
Drift oil temp gauge
PLX AFR gauge
Kenwood double din head unit
JDM mats

Exterior:
De-wipered rear
Custom air feeds in fog light inserts - carbon effect
JDM wind deflectors













 

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This must be beastly! How does the power hold down on the ground? Does the tyres not spin badly? I'm just asking cause I have a supercharged dc5 and it spins..
 

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Thanks for the comments guys. I really dont want to ger rid of my pride and joy I have literally put blood, sweat and tears into this build. The good thing about the rotrex is there is no lag at all, its power from the word go. Now I havent had chance to drive her in the dry, warm roads but I'll be totally honest she spins up into 3rd then grips and is a handful, however, even in the wet and the few limited miles I have put her through her paces she is incredible, she takes a lot of handling but the experience is unreal.

Pictures up this weekend as she is getting a full professional valet on sunday. I will put some engine build pictures up tomorrow though. Thanks again, and I am open to offers as I really fancy an evo 8 or 9
 

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A few pictures uploaded. Sorry for the quality of them, as I say I well get some good ones this weekend after a full valet.

Thanks,

James
 

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Willing to listen to offers guys as I could do with a 5 door car fairly soon. Drop me a text on 07900942684, p/x deal on an evo 8 or 9 prefered for the right motor.
 

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Thanks for the comments guys! After a seriously long think I decided to keep the car and do more to it. I uprated the injectors to I.D 1000's, new fuelab inline filter and a few cosmetic bits to tidy her up. I took her down to London for a remap (it was actually at a specialist Mitsubishi garage with a brand new dynodynamics dyno...) anyway, to cut a long story short, the car was making really good power until the shaft of the Rotrex gave way... fairly dissapointing considering the Rotrex had only covered around 1500 miles from new. Anyway, the charger is now in Denmark being looked at by Rotrex for a warranty claim. Kinda glad I didnt sell this and it happen to the new owner. Hopefully Rotrex will warranty the charger and I can put a new one back on and get some use out of her this summer... if not the car will be broken for parts. Again thanks for all interest
 
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