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GI: The SpazEvo

Discussion in 'Vehicles for Sale' started by cmspaz, Aug 16, 2013.

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  1. cmspaz

    cmspaz New Member

    Long story short, is I have plans, and at this point they will not include this car. As much as it saddens me, if I can make ends meet on a much better replacement, this car will have to go.

    You've all seen it at Sonic, and it's got a ton of mods. Yes, it's not perfect, but it's also in a prime spot for someone who'd really like to make power with it. When I fix driveline components, they will be replaced with stock components.

    It has 104k on the chassis, 29k on the motor, which had the girdle and rod caps off recently to check the health, and it's good to go for probably another 100k.

    I'll be getting it retuned shortly, as I just had to put new injectors in it, should make around 400/400 at RS Motors on E85, which is all it's tuned on.

    Mods:
    Block:

    A1 H11 head studs
    ACL Race main bearings
    ACL Race rod bearings
    King thrust bearings
    Eagle H-beam rods
    Wiseco forged pistons 9.0:1 compression
    Block built by RS Motors

    Head:

    Evo IV Head (long story)
    HKS 272 cams
    ITM revised lifters
    Headwork done by Motors by Gosh

    Aspiration/Fuel:

    Perrin foam air filter
    Samco silicone intake pipe
    STOCK TURBO SON! (IX turbo, but that's what the heat shield is for )
    DB Performance manual boost controller
    Nisei lower intercooler pipe
    FIC 1100cc/min high-Z injectors
    Walbro 255lph fuel pump
    Buschur 3" "Quiet" turbo-back exhaust w/ high flow "cat"
    E85
    All emissions removed

    Drivetrain:

    Exedy Heavy Duty Twin Disc
    Rear diff mod

    ECU:

    Stock ECU
    Tephra v7 ROM

    Suspension/Brakes:

    Whiteline Roll Center Kit
    Performance Friction Z-Rated Street/Track pads

    Tires:

    Bridgestone Potenza RE-11A 255/40/17 summers
    Nitto SN2 225/45/17 winters

    Control Interfaces:

    Ebay adjustable short shifter (stock height)
    Ebay brass shifter base bushings
    Speed Source brass underhood shifter bushings

    Gauge Setup:

    Autometer 3-gauge pillar pod
    Prosport boost gauge
    Prosport oil pressure gauge
    Prosport exhaust gas temp gauge

    Cosmetic:

    Perrin "shorty" antenna
    RallyArmor mudflaps
    Ebay JDM style tail lights
    Way too much time cleaning and detailing

    Dyno results:

    350whp/313wtq on 24psi at DB Performance, 410/367 Shootout Mode (MAP #s)

    Pictures are the last couple years, no particular order. Car was kept waxed and relatively clean. Washed nearly every week year-round.

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    Cleanliness was not forgotten in the winter:
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    $14k firm if you want it now. Basically, the things that are wrong will continue to be repaired, and the price will go up, and I'll keep paying down interest. I have no problem sitting on it.
     
  2. Grappler

    Grappler <font color="#EF77A6">Super Moderator</font>

    Shouldn't that be an FP green? :p
     
  3. evotuner

    evotuner New Member

    No sale spaz, you keep car!!
     
  4. Trogdor

    Trogdor New Member

    Tuna, if only you knew why :)
     
  5. cmspaz

    cmspaz New Member

    It's out of the bag on EvoMN, so I might as well post it here...

    311RS.
     
  6. Lindahl#7

    Lindahl#7 New Member

    I'm not even a big EVO guy and I know what that is. If you're getting one congrats and best of luck with the sale of this car!
     
  7. cmspaz

    cmspaz New Member

    Thanks! I have been offered one, we'll put it that way. I just need to make ends meet on it and unfortunately selling this car will have to be part of that.
     
  8. Lindahl#7

    Lindahl#7 New Member

    Well good luck with the sale man, those 311's are rare and super sick!
     
  9. Grappler

    Grappler <font color="#EF77A6">Super Moderator</font>

    Locking this thread... :(
     
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