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Old 11th June 2013, 12:11   #1
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It All started with swapping a Lancer engine with a rebuilt Evo 6 turbo Charged 300 bhp engine, with the floor swap (4wd conversion), and having some fun.. Now It's time to upgrade it to something faster.

Uploading pics of parts as an when they are getting done.

Pics : New Custom Manifold made for the larger turbo. Ext Waste Gate Adapter, Blowoff, 850cc Injectors installed on a new rail. High pressure Fuel regulation system installed.

Cover removed for Blow By Modification and cosmetic work. More pics coming up soon.

Built at Electron Performance www.electronperformance.com

1. Powder Coated the rest of the Exhaust! BLACK!!!!

2. New D2 racing Suspensions installed.

3. Cleaned and Re installed the 8 pot front brakes, and 6 pot rear brakes.

4. Made Appropriate adapters to center the Disc and the Wheel Spacer!

5. PTO Oil Seal is on its way! Then comes in the Prop Shaft!

Time to ENJOY! Also have a look at our RWD Astra Rebuild thread!

Take care guys,
Drive Safe!
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Old 11th June 2013, 16:12   #2
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Interesting, This is something i have been always considering. Waiting for updates and WIP pics

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Great to see that you took my advice & started to thread. Subscribed & Glued.

Please keep us updated with the mods & WIP pictures. Would be a learning experience.

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Old 11th June 2013, 21:39   #4
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And the Tapet Cover goes in Place. Powder Coating Done. Exhaust Goes in Place.. I hope I dont burn out the Powder Coating with the exhaust hear, which might happen... All pipes intake pipes powder coated and installed as well.

Modification on the PTO (Power Take off Unit), a.k.a. Transfer case in progress. Actually the original oil seal was damaged, thus oil leaked out and killed the bearings. Tried searching a lot. But no where could I find the exact same Bearings. What I have now done, is selected the closest bearings, (Same OD, different ID), and made sleeves on the Pinion to fit in Place. Since the width is also smaller, I had to recalculate the pre-load, being taper roller bearings, and make them accordingly. Check out the Pics.

More updates coming soon.

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Old 11th June 2013, 23:22   #5
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The Pics also show the PTO Being installed back on the Transaxle with the pinion in place, and the Prop Shaft Joint cleaned, and lubricated. Ready to be plugged in!

Cant wait for Tomorrow!
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Nice Car!
I'm not sure, but I guess I've seen you with your car at 3M car care (sus-pashan road). I was doing a wax polish there, a similar lancer (with black wheels) came over there and went off.
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Great car!!

A couple of questions:

What is the displacement of the Engine? Is it the stock 2L?

What on earth are you planning to do with it once you are done?
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@stuntfreak
Wow!!!. That's an amazing modification making it a hot ride. Please do keep us updated with more pics. Will be able to learn a lot. Thanks and keep it up!

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Where is the RWD Astra thread?
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Great car!!

A couple of questions:

What is the displacement of the Engine? Is it the stock 2L?

What on earth are you planning to do with it once you are done?

It was a 2.0L, now its a 2.5L engine with a Brian Crower stroker kit

Has Forged Pistons, Lighter flywheel, Piper Cams with adjustable cam pulleys, and a lot more goodies All Specs coming up.

What am I gonna do with it.. hmmm good question.. Since I was a little kid, I wanted to know what it feels like to be in a supercar. Since I couldnt buy a lambo or a ferrari, I always thought of building up stuff myself. I admit that I blew a lot of money in R&D on many such projects. Well this one's gonna make it to the top.. Just something I wanna build.. Perhaps take it to the Budh Intl. Circuit and have one track day and make it all worth the time and money spent

Drive safe.. Tc

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Where is the RWD Astra thread?
I guess not approved yet.. Probably cuz I added a link to the pictures through an external site. I din't know the rules, I think I'll re post the thread by attaching pics. May be it'll come up then

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Do you even need 6 piston rear calipers? How are you adjusting brake bias? Hopefully something better than a prop valve. How do the parking brakes work?
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I guess not approved yet.. Probably cuz I added a link to the pictures through an external site. I din't know the rules, I think I'll re post the thread by attaching pics. May be it'll come up then

Take care, drive safe.
Hi slightly OT - I am not sure how to do a personal message

- can you suggest a good mechanic / garage in Pune. I have a Ford Escort 1997 model parked in Pune for past 2 years. Though it was in working condition when I parked it, but would like to take it to a good garage to fix some of the problems. Would like to use it again for some years.
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Do you even need 6 piston rear calipers? How are you adjusting brake bias? Hopefully something better than a prop valve. How do the parking brakes work?
Being a 4wd with 500+ hp, 6 pot rears are req. I'm routing my lines through the std ABS module.

I'm also attaching a hydraulic hand brake for the rear.

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Old 13th June 2013, 17:51   #14
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Well, we have finished this project, and the car is now ready to rock and roll. Cant boast about the build without testing it. Would post pictures, videos, test results, and a report of the same next month. For now, I guess I'm off this thread for a month.. See you'll next month.

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Very impressive stuntfreak; quite inspiring from the perspective of how far we can go, when our dreams are made of Lamborghini's, but our bank accounts aren't proportional.

Will wait patiently for a month to hear back on the successes, and areas to revisit.
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