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Evo III i've been building for my mate


Tez162003
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Long story short, blew up due to pipe coming off the inlet meaning incorrect map sensor reading, leaned out, melted plug, end of engine....

 

So the rebuild began, the spec consists of (off the top of my head):

 

272 degree piper cams

adjustable venier pulleys

multi angle valve seats

Forced Induction Racing Manifold

Precision 6052r roller bearing turbo

Braided turbo oil lines

Screamer pipe

3" Blueflame Exhaust System from turbo

Cometic 5 Layer metal head gasket

750cc Injectors

Adjustable Fuel Regulator

ARP Headbolts

ARP Bottom end bolts

JE Forged oversized 86mm Pistons and 22mm Pins

K1 Rods

Hydra Nemsis Stand Alone ECU

ACL Race Bearings

Large front mount intercooler

Custom intercooler piping, all ends flared

SFS Intercooler pipes

SFS Radiator pipes

SFS Turbo pipe

K1 4G64 crank (means stroked to a 2.3 plus the over size of pistons)

3 Puk Paddle clutch

Battery relocated to the boot

Cusco break stopper

Cusco catch tank

AEM Dryflow air filter

Radiator moved forward to allow for turbo

Gizzmo boost contoller

Magnacor KV85s Leads

Walbro 255 pump

Twin Spal Fans

 

Other bits that may interest you:

 

Corbeau seats

7 point cage

4 point Luke harnesses

polybushed throughout

Gas Gold Coilovers

Ralliart front and rear strut braces

Strut braces under the wings

Ultra light alloys

Parada Spec 2 tyres

black dimaond discs

carbotec pads

hel braided brake lines

 

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bit of a difference to the escort lol

 

been a long but fun build, quite a few stressful moments though! lol

 

Only things left to do is the new air temp sensor, yet another re map session once its run in.

 

Last thing needed for this is a PPG Sequencial Dogbox and some more headwork.

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is it a sequential or dog box that he is putting in, nice little sleeper there. would only imagine the build cost

 

 

sorry dog box, was half asleep when writting it lol dont know why i put sequencial lol

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very nice, never knew you rebuilt engines tez

 

There appears to have been a miracle transformation!

 

the engine block itself was built with alot of help, but everything else was done solely by me. i.e removing the engining, splitting it down, rebuilding it, (as said block had help on, head rebuilt myself), installed everything, got around a thousand and one issues (alot were clearnace related lol) etc etc

 

miracle transformation.. its called learning, obviously things i was not sure on required research or a few phone calls to people who would know, but got there in the end, its been an ongoing build over the past 12 months. The engine detted about this time last year! I still get stuck on things with engines which are not a normal issue, or never come across, (like me wanting to move my breather box) simple thing really but im not sure so i ask. anyway....

 

also the car needed a new head, and block (due to the damage caused by the plug) needed 2 blocks infact as you can see in the first one on the close up of the bore, it was scratched too deep to be used :(

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There you go kids.. all it takes to become an engine builder is 12 months and a few phone calls ;)

 

 

I'm just pulling your chain Tez, good luck with the build and I hope it's reliable for you. Bolting an engine together isn't hard, but the prep, tolerances, balancing (read: blueprinting) and all the little things that aren't commonly published are what makes the difference when it comes to reliability on a high power engine (or any engine, to be honest).

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There you go kids.. all it takes to become an engine builder is 12 months and a few phone calls ;)

 

 

I'm just pulling your chain Tez, good luck with the build and I hope it's reliable for you. Bolting an engine together isn't hard, but the prep, tolerances, balancing (read: blueprinting) and all the little things that aren't commonly published are what makes the difference when it comes to reliability on a high power engine (or any engine, to be honest).

 

 

i agree stu bolting it together is easy, but like you say the detail to it all is abit harder, like i said witht he block there was alot of help (help meaning me watching lol), this project has been yet another huge learning curve for me, i dont want to come across as an expert, im far from it! its been a good laugh at the end of the day

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