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Street Build "Lucky" Sevens Talon

"Lucky" Sevens Talon

Specs & Mods

Ownership Status
Currently Own
Eagle Talon TSi AWD
Turbo Type
Transmission Type
Build Type
  1. Street
EVO 3 16G turbo
Custom O2 housing with external wastegate (Turbosmart Comp Gate 40mm)
R33 Skyline BOV (recirc.)
Custom 2.5" aluminium intercooler piping
3.5" thick core FMIC
K/N stockbox air filter
Turbosmart Boost Tee controller
Samco rad. hoses
EVO 9 fuel pump + rewire
FIC High Z 1000cc injectors
AEM Fuel Pressure Regulator + custom line
Custom EGR block-off plate
2.5" downpipe
3" catback exhaust (2 resonators)
Front/Rear/Driver side polyurethane engine mounts
EVO 7 [8.8:1]CR pistons and rods
ACL Race Series conrod bearings
ACL AluGlide main bearings
Ajusa Fibermax Headgasket
Polished 2G head
1G lifters
G+H cams, 8.22mm lift
NGK "7"ES plugs (.0255" gap)
Mods-EMS & Logging
ECMLink V3 full + '95 EPROM 2G ECU
Innovate LC2 wideband O2 sensor and DB gauge
Standard boost gauge
Competition 2100 Clutch kit
Stock rear LSD
Poly shifter base bushings
Bearing'd shifter cables
KYB AGX shocks (off road height spec)
Dodge Stealth 17x8.5" swirly wheels
3000GT VR-4 4 piston calipers and discs (313mm)[with custom CAD brackets], front
Galant VR-4 284mm ventilated discs and calipers, rear
Parts Wishlist
Auto Trans, Twin scroll turbo
My first turbo-AWD DSM. I'm the 2nd owner. Got her in very bad condition, but I was getting it blindly so it didn't matter. Went to a neighbour country to get her with a flatbed. Car had 26,000 miles on the clock. It had sat for 15 years without being driven and it took 3 months to get her in somewhat good shape. The long-term plan is a full restoration and then upgrading to a mild street build (~300 AWHP).

Reason for the Lucky 'Sevens' name is ironical. The VIN ends in "077777", a very unique number, full of sevens, but I had a lot of bad luck with the car in the beginning, hence the name.

As of November 2018, the engine has been taken out, a new block bought and the project is underway for building it up and installing a Big E16G.
UPDATE: First official start on the new rebuild was on March 12th, 2019. All went well!


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