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Well after doing some research for my 8 I have came up with the following!! PLEASE CORRECT IF I'M WRONG!!

Tubular manifold (unsure of make yet)
APS 3.5" exhaust
GT35r turbo
sard fuel reg.
perrin fuel rail
power ent. 800cc injectors
JE pistons
Carrillo rods
HKS gasket
Walbro fuel pump
arp head bolts
gems ecu by the dentist

Does that sound about right?

Am I missing something?

Am i being a bit optimistic with the power?? looking for close to 500bhp and the same torque!
 

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ATP GT3076R TURBO KIT 2k
hks pistons £800
crower roads £500
1000cc injectors £450
fuel reg £150
evo400 cams £895
0.8mm head gasket £20
plugs £50
aps intercooler £605
4" inlet pipe work £65
evo400/borla manifold £650
fuel pump £125
gasket kit
oil pump


that should do it !!

dave
 

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BuLldOg said:
looking for close to 500bhp and the same torque!
just wondering why....
drags ?

&....think you'll have to go for some of the items evo400 has mentioned, e.g. 1000cc injectors
 

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I would have said 800cc injectors were about on the money if a little big.

1000cc injectors for a 500bhp car? The word overkill springs to mind!
 

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C# said:
I would have said 800cc injectors were about on the money if a little big.

1000cc injectors for a 500bhp car? The word overkill springs to mind!
Though it would be novel having a duty cycle of about 15% I suppose. ;)
 

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doesn't it depend on what the turbos going to achieve ?
better to have something in reserve than not ?

ian/thetyrant is running 700's on his evo2 with an e3-20g converted unit which is smaller than the Gt3076 mentioned...
 

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If you go anywhere near 500bhp you can kiss goodbye to the clutch, you will be better off using a twin exedy or perhaps even a 6 paddle clutch. However at that point a greater load is placed on the drivetrain components which could be mighty expensive.

Realistically you should be looking at topping out at about 400bhp/420lb torque especially if its going to also be used a daily driver.
 

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doesn't it depend on what the turbos going to achieve ?
better to have something in reserve than not ?

ian/thetyrant is running 700's on his evo2 with an e3-20g converted unit which is smaller than the Gt3076 mentioned...
Fuel pressue may be a problem with 1000cc injectors though - meaning less atomisation with the air mix?
 

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Callum said:
420bhp and lighten the car by - 180kg.
It will go just as fast if not better! ;)
or 500 hp and lighten the car by 180kg

faster ! :D :coolsm:
 

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mattty said:
I do not seem to have any probs with 1000cc injectors.. :confused:
Me too,no probs with the 1000cc´s,i will try 800cc´s in the next time to see if the idle gets a litte better or if the car drives better.
 

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Well.... After as much reading as poss. and lots of infor from various tuners (cheers Dave, Sam amd MAD) this is close to my final choice ...

EVO VIII 3" Stainless Steel Cat Back Exhaust
EVO VIII test Pipe Profec-B Spec 2 Electronic Boost Controller
AMS EVO8 Front mount intercooler
AMS EVO VIII Upper Intercooler pipe using polished alluminum
and TiAL BOV.
AMS EVO VIII Fuel System including walbro pumps Aeromotive
Regulator compete Aerquip lines
Evo 880cc/min Injector
AMS Ignition System
ARP Evo Head Studs
Porting and Polishing Of Cylinder Head, Set Up For 1mm
Oversized Valves
Evo 1mm over Exhaust Valve
Evo 1mm over Intake Valves Supertech dual spring kit
Supertech Spring Seat Locator
Evo Engine Gasket Set
2.3 Stroker 8.5:1 Custom Pistons for Evo 8 Stock Bore
Oliver Rods For EVO VIII EVO 8 oil pump assy. Federal Mogul rod bearings Federal Mogul main bearings Balance Shaft Eliminator Kit arp main stud kit GT35R Turbo Kit For the EVO 8
AMS Intake Manifold EVO VIII water injection Kit
AEM EMS EVO VIII AEM 3.5 bar map sensor (Cavlico)
Air intake sensor - GM pigtail Intake air temperate sensor IAT Bung
SIngle Channel UEGO Gauge
Evo VIII trailling arm bushings
Motec M88

PLEASE CORRECT AS YOU FEEL NESS.!!!

Most of the products will be purchased from the states - I've worked out even if I fly to the states, purchase the product and bring it back it willbe cheaper than buying in the UK.

All I have to find now is an engine builder!!!

Top of the food chain is Gaz fro CPP or Mark Shead.
 

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BuLldOg said:
Well.... After as much reading as poss. and lots of infor from various tuners (cheers Dave, Sam amd MAD) this is close to my final choice ...

Most of the products will be purchased from the states - I've worked out even if I fly to the states, purchase the product and bring it back it willbe cheaper than buying in the UK.

All I have to find now is an engine builder!!!

Top of the food chain is Gaz fro CPP or Mark Shead.
I wouldn´t buy too much from the states,and if it is cheap or not,doesn´t matter,don´t save at the wrong part´s,the quality has to be good,if a "small cheap" part breaks,it will be very expensive to repair the damage ;)
 

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i see most of the parts are from AMS (Automotosports) ,these are top guys and make top qaulity parts for the evo , infact i consider them the top shop for evo parts around the world , i am waiting on my AMS GT35R kit at the moment , they do quality parts

buying cheap isnt always bad , their intercooler for 650 USD was tested on the yank forums to be better than my RspL Greddy which cost me 1200 USD :rolleyes:

P.S that fuel system is a killer setup , been thinking about adding it to my order for a couple of days
:)
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I cant understand why to go for the 3.5" exhaust? All the peeps I've spoke to say there is no need - a 3" exhaust will handle upto 600hp without any hassle.

Pls undertand that i'm no engine dood freek! Just what other tuners have said.

FAO: Engine freek types (Sam and Dave!!) Pls explain what the advantages/disadvantages are over a 3" and a 3.5"

Ta
 
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