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Road Race Build Time Attack Talon TSi AWD

Eagle Talon TSi AWD
  • Ownership Status:
    I own it
    Turbo Type:
    Transmission Type:
    Build Type:
    • Road Course
    Evo 3 oil cooler
    K&N FIPK
    Dave Brode UICP
    1g blow-off valve
    Extreme Motorsports MBC
    Braided stainless steel clutch lines
    Clutch fluid 'accumulator' removed
    Holley fuel pump rewire
    Evo 9 fuel pump
    RRE high-flow cat
    Megan racing turboback
    Evo III motor, intake & exhaust manifolds
    HKS 272S
    NGK spark plugs & wires
    Mods-EMS & Logging:
    DSMLink v3
    Fidanza flywheel
    ACT 2600 clutch
    DG-spec Koni Yellow coilovers
    RM Racing anti-roll bars
    Enkei RPF1 wheels
    Stoptech rotors
    Stoptech pads
    Braided stainless steel brake line
  • Timeslip Details:
    Fuel Used : Pump gas
    Vehicle Weight : 30XX
    Tires : Street Radials
    Sponsored Car : Yes
    Dyno HP:
    300 bhp
    Dyno TQ:
    300 lb/ft
    Dyno Type:
    Dyno Shop Name:
    Road Race Engineering

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  1. Kryndon
    Hey, sweet Talon dude! Looks like we have almost identical cars and setups! Were you running a tune on the dyno when it did 300? Also, if you haven't already, you should register your 2GB AWD on the Talon register (if you want, of course!).
      Wufei likes this.
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    2. Kryndon
      Check this thread out.


      As for the EVO setup, it was a direct bolt-on. I used EVO 8 piston rings, however, as well as ACL bearings for the DSM block. It's still untuned right now but with the 16G, it definitely behaves much better than stock. And the Skyline BOV is essentially like a 1G BOV. It holds pressure great and you can hear it vent while cruising and when letting off, even when it's recirculated (as it should be). The real test will be pushing the numbers up once I get ECMlink.
      Kryndon, Apr 3, 2020
    3. Wufei
      Thanks man, will do! What numbers are you shooting for?
      Wufei, Apr 8, 2020 at 9:30 AM
    4. Kryndon
      I'd be happy with anything around the 400 at the crank area.
      Kryndon, Apr 8, 2020 at 12:48 PM
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