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Old 06-10-2015, 16:10   #31
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Any power plans? Or leaving ECU as is?
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A few pics of it back on its stock wheels.

They look tiny lol.







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Old 07-10-2015, 08:11   #34
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Any power plans? Or leaving ECU as is?
Its got a Ralliart ECU mate, plus a few other bits doen, have a dyno print out for 342bhp but apparently it had a leak but the previous owner wasn't sure of the issue exactly, but that was fixed straight after dyno but never re-dyno'd.

Will have it on a dyno at some point but I have no plans for upgrading anything else power wise.
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Well it's been mapped for UK fuel etc and it's prob running a touch more boost now so yeh best leave as is. No need to go more. I bet it drives just nice at that power level.

How does it feel compared to the old one?

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Looks a million times better on the original wheels
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Well it's been mapped for UK fuel etc and it's prob running a touch more boost now so yeh best leave as is. No need to go more. I bet it drives just nice at that power level.

How does it feel compared to the old one?
Yeah it does boost more than stock, its got HKS intake, 3" Magnex downpipe & de-cat, with Blitz Nur-Spec 3" cat back, plus the Ralliart ECU.

Nothing major but it certainly pulls better than stock, but I have not really driven it quickly/hard as its due a full service.

Feels much better low down than stock though.

A nice useable amount of power, if it wasn't such low mileage I would go more, and go for 400/400 but at some point I will return to completely stock so its pointless to be honest.


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Looks a million times better on the original wheels
Thanks very much, they do look very small though, will have to lower it now as it sits really high, far too much arch gap!
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A nice useable amount of power, if it wasn't such low mileage I would go more, and go for 400/400 but at some point I will return to completely stock so its pointless to be honest.
Well you could return back to standard from 400 but it would mean replacing boost solonoid and also it would be an awful shame to blow it!! For the sake of some more horses.

Nice level of power off stock boost solonoid anyway , not silly boost and reliable
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Well the car is ready for collection from APT, going to pick it up tomorrow (hopefully it wont be raining)!

Looking forward to getting it back, I can start with the detailing of the car then

Meanwhile, thought some of you might appreciate the latest purchase....
And it is genuine

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Old 16-10-2015, 13:07   #41
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Any news on the log book ??/ plate.?
Hi mate,

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Old 16-10-2015, 14:19   #42
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Saw this car Monday when I was at Apt having my bits done.



**** me it's a stunner I am dead jealous. Look after her. Properly stunning and so mint.
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Very nice ! How much

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Saw this car Monday when I was at Apt having my bits done.



**** me it's a stunner I am dead jealous. Look after her. Properly stunning and so mint.

Oh thanks very much
That's much appreciated.

I literally haven't done anything to really bring it back up to the standard I want it to be at, just a quick wash and that's all I have had time to do since we got it.

Then straight to APT.

Apparently the downpipe has a tiny crack, so need to get that sorted when I re-fit the decat.
Also want to get it lowered a touch.

New centre caps, and a few new bolts in places.

Spoke with my mate who does all of our paintwork, and he is ready for it to go to him, so might even just take it straight to them when I pick it up tomorrow!


Just had a look through your diary, gorgeous car, love the way it sits, and if I am totally honest I think white is the best colour for an Evo, just looks Right!
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