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Old 07-13-2018, 10:59 PM   #1
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2006 Evo 9 SE 891hp trades

Looking to see what I could get for trades for my evo. The car was built by Tobz performance in Colorado and made 891hp 660tq on 46psi on a mustang dyno. The car ran decent when I got it but shortly after a spark plug broke and took out the #3 piston. I rebuilt the motor with a new piston setup from diamond racing over the winter. While tuning the car for the new piston setup it lifted the head and resulted in some serious damage to the head itself, block, and #4 piston. The car still has loads of the best parts and the car is in fantastic shape. This is the second evo I have owned and one of the best condition around. I was quoted 300$ by valley cylinder heads out of California to repair the head and Whalen speed can get the replacement piston from diamond. I can also get a fresh o ring blocked ready to go for a serious buyer or something I’m highly interested in trading.I have a new hg ready to go with the car as well as other gaskets needed to put it back together. Pictures of the car, damage and parts list below.

2006 evo 9 se 65,xxx miles very clean inside and out.
I value the car at around 27,000 (probably $2000 dollar to get it back together and retuned by someone in your location)

Bolt ons/fuel:
AEM infinity standalone Ecu
Wiring harness for AEM tied to factory harness
FIC 2150cc injectors
Bushcar double pumper with twin Walbro 450s
-8 feed line to rail -6 return to tank
Ams fuel rail
Ams intake manifold
Boomba 75mm throttle body
Aem 5bar map sensor
Aem oil pressure sensor
STM coil on plug
Valve cover tapped for -10 crank case venting and powder coated black
STM oil catch can
Torque solutions poly engine and trans mount kit
STM powersteering delete
Fluid damper harmonic balancer
Koyo half radiator
Mishimoto rad hoses
STM overflow

Drivetrain:
Oem cv axles
Shep ultimate trans with 4:11 final drive and every single option possible
Jacks t case (acd t case)
Jacks rear end
Stock driveshaft
Stm driveshaft loop
Quartermaster 8 leg twin disk
Hydraulic throw out bearing

Engine:
Kiggly hla
Supertech 1mm oversized valves
Kelford 280r custom cams
Supertech valve guides
Ported head
Bad head due to lifting ($300 to repair)
Manly billet crankshaft
Manly turbo tuff I beams
Diamond 10:5:1 cr pistons (one bad due to head lifting)
Arp l19 headstuds
Arp main studs
Balance shaft delete
Hks timing components

Turbo:
Precision 6766 dual ball bearing with billet wheel upgrade powder coated green and cerami coated hotside
Sheepy forward facing manifold ceramic coated
Sheepy hood exit exhaust and wastegate
Tial 44mm wastegate
Braided oil feed and return
Sheepy 5" intercooler rated to 1k hp
Sheepy piping kit from turbo to throttle body
Turbosmart blow off valve

Interior
Perfect condition SE interior (suede and leather with red stitching)
Pro sport oil pressure gauge
Pro sport 60psi boost gauge
Aem wideband.
Kenwood deck
Blox shift knob
Relocated battery with Taylor battery box

Exterior:
Clean black pearl paint
STM drag spec coil overs
Braided brake lines to black brembo calipers
White line joint and tie rod kit
Oem bbs wheel with new potenzas
Rz7 fd wheels with Hoosier 26x9.5 quick time pros

Probably missing some stuff but it give you an idea of all of the parts and the value of the car not running. Show me what you got.located in Cheyenne Wyoming 307-421-6941.

*having issues uploading photos* please text me for additional pictures until I can get them uploaded.

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Old 07-14-2018, 07:09 AM   #2
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Why not spent the money and fix it then sell it ? 46psi is why the head lifted
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The head likely lifted due to a combination too much timing and because my block wasnít o ringed. There are plenty of people running 50+psi without any issues. I just donít have a huge desire to continue working on it and I have some other stuff that is keeping me from putting money into it at the moment. If I donít find any interest in trades Iíll probabsly fix it over the winter and keep it for next summer, but thatís several months out.
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