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Changing manifolds cracked 1g to evo 9

Posted by frankenstein406, Mar 3, 2010

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  1. frankenstein406

    frankenstein406 Proven Member

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    My buddys selling me his evo9 pump and mani for $70, but I'm worried about breaking a stud so is it ok to cut the nuts in half and buy new ones? Then run a thread fixer over them? Also will I need a new exhaust gasket for it? Trying to do all the maintence I can find before spring. Thanks everyone! :D
     
  2. -TunedDSM-

    -TunedDSM- Proven Member

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    The evo 9 manifold will not work, it is designed for a twin scroll housing.
     

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  3. frankenstein406

    frankenstein406 Proven Member

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    sh** so I need the 8? :(
     
  4. JusMX141

    JusMX141 Moderator

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    I hope he's charging you $70 for the pump and throwing in the manifold for free, because that manifold will never work on your car. It'll bolt to the head, but nothing else.

    Try lower....like 3.
     

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  5. the_mork

    the_mork Moderator

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    Nope, you need an evo3 manifold if you want an evo manifold. Also I would just ignore your studs unless they break.

    The evo9 pump is a good choice but it isn't entirely safe without an AFPR. Mine overruns my stock regulator. Avoid evo8 fuel pumps because they have a pressure relief valve that makes them minimally useful if you run your turbo over about 20psi.
     

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  6. DSMraver

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    The only "Evo" manifold that will work on the DSM head with a DSM turbo as a "bolt-on", is the Evo3.
     
  7. frankenstein406

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    Thanks guys, Bought the pump for $10 so looks like its time for 2gmani hunting.
     

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