Old 05-20-2015, 07:19 AM
The4sakenone The4sakenone is offline
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Default Turbo swap

Hey guys,
Not 100% sure on everything that needs to be done before putting a bigger turbo (probably just an evo x) into my 2011 ralliart.
I have an evo x fmic, licp, injen short ram intake with polished aluminum uicp, battery is in the trunk for room in the engine bay and a evo x blow off valve.
Additionally I would like to replace the cam as well if any of you smart people out there could help point me in the right direction on what needs to be done I'd appreciate it.

2011 Rotor Glow Orange RALLIART

MHI TF-06 18K turbo
Injector Dynamics 1000cc Fuel Injectors
Deatchwerks 65C Fuel Pump
Injen Short Ram Intake
Evo X Intercooler
Evo X licp
Borla CatBack Exhaust
MAPerformance Cast SS Headers
MAPerformance Downpipe
DC Sports test pipe
GrimmSpeed 3port EBC.
Tuned by Adam Wade of Beeble Tooning
No track times or dyno yet.
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Old 05-20-2015, 06:46 PM
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RalliNurse RalliNurse is offline
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Why replacing the cams? Are you planning on high boost? If so, you need to strengthen all the internals...meaning replace ALL engine components...piston, rod, valves, timing chain your money...cuz all the evo parts that you have it's good enough for 270+ (depends on dunk and tune) but if you're in LA area...visit road race engineering...they'll guide you thru it...
Banking establishments is more dangerous then standing armies...

Phase 1
[X] Cosworth Drop-In
[X] UR Full Catback Exhaust
[X] UR Upper ICP
[X] UR Lower ICP
[X] Evo X FMIC
[X] Evo X BOV

Phase 2 - Breaks
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