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Old 17-07-2017, 00:58   #1
dean76
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My Evo7 build

I thought it was about time i should share my Evo 7 build with you all. I have owned this car for approximately 4yrs now, Which i must admit for 2 1/2yrs it was slowly being built.
When i bought the car it had slight bit of rear arch rust issues, Which turned out to be a major rust issue!!!!! So i got on with the body work that needed doing, and continued on making my dream car. I wanted to try to keep the Evo 7 look as much as possible, but as i like the rear end of a Evo 9 i had to change my mind. lol. I was wanting to make the front more aggressive but with keeping the E7 bumper. So after searching on the internet and finding a picture of the front splitter i liked, I had to search the web for someone who sold them. The only place that did was Australia of all places.... After many emails i eventually purchased mine, Months later i then found out that a company on Ebay had started selling them!!!!! So now we talk about my wheels, I bought some Rota Torque 18" 9.5 ET30. Big thanks too GB Enterprises. I then straight away had them powder coated into a Candy Red color as to color co-ordinate with the rest of the build.
I was wanting to change the front interior, didn't like the flock look/feel so i decided to go with alcantara with red stitching throughout. The panels were hydro-dipped in candy red with venom snakes again throughout the car. Big thanks to Rg'S
So now onto the engine, I decided to go for the 2.2 and pay just that bit extra and buy the Billet Crank. Here are a list of some of the other parts , Not all as too not bore you to death


GT35 82R HTA Turbo Kit
New Version GSC's R2 Cams With Springs And Retainers
RC1000 Injectors
AMS Inlet Manifold With S90 Throttle Body
Walbro 450 Pump Aeromotive Fuel system
Custom Made Breather Tank
Link G4+ ECU
RS Diff
Exedy Twin Clutch
Front KSport 356MM Discs
Kakimoto Exhaust System
Copkit
Ohlins

With the gear box, we decided to just recondition and make it like new.
We have now had the car back for a few months now, and with a big thanks again to Richard @ RG's who mapped my car it made 603hp I was hoping for more but.....Whilst taking to Richard (RG'S) & Danny from Accelerated Motors who built the car we believe it may be because i havent ported the head. This is due to be done in the winter. So hopefully more power!!
BIG THANKS 2 -
Danny Atkins @ Accelerated Motors Edenbridge 4 The Build
Richard Gasson @ RG Motorsport 4 Hydro Dipping & Mapping
Ross @ Ross Sport 4 Parts
Designls Ltd 4 Interior

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