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What Have You Done To Your Stagea Lately?


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On 9/2/2019 at 3:00 PM, TMLP said:

Ok bottom end done full NITTO 3L grout filled & brace adapter for the sump & front diff. Waiting on the head ?

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Head should be back from the machine shop tho week. Gone with big cams & valves, springs a shimless setup  plus  rear head drain & NITTO oil pump. Getting close. 

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Pulled out both hubs to replace bearings only to find I need ball joints, cv boots & tie rod ends as well....

You would think Pedders would have picked up on this when they did their inspection and told me they crushed the ball joint when they put it in.

Never going there again.

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5 hours ago, TukeH said:

Just one thing what I have been done 1month ago.

Went cardealer in southern Finland and chance my Stagea to this

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Cool - more info and pics please!

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9 hours ago, KiwiRS4T said:

Cool - more info and pics please!

Honda Odyssey absolute 2.4 k24a2 engine.

Only 200hp and FWR it is slow otherwise its much better driving than stagea and its more eco friendly 6-7l/100km

Future plans. air suspension and new rims

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On 9/10/2019 at 2:29 AM, TMLP said:

Head should be back from the machine shop tho week. Gone with big cams & valves, springs a shimless setup  plus  rear head drain & NITTO oil pump. Getting close. 

Ok it’s gong in here are some pics as promised. 

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So on the Maatouks racing FaceBook page..  

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Shaun’s stagea came in for a MR 700 package packing a RB30/26, 6 boost manifold, garret gtx35/84rs, Turbosmart 50mm wastegate, ID2000cc injectors,custom cooler pipes and catch can all controlled through a Haltech plug and play ecu with all sensors and wideband for engine protection and peace of mind. Making just under 400kw @ 16psi at only 6000rpm on a running in tune.

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6 hours ago, Duncan said:

great outcome from the engine these cars should have left the factory with :)  

let us know how it goes once you lean on it a bit.

1000 k's on low boost the retune on E85 then I'll give it a bit & let you know how much I scared myself  

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40 minutes ago, KiwiRS4T said:

My C34 was pretty quick with 320awkw - yours should really shift with 388 and should be fun on the track with over 400!

I hope so, its going to be interesting to see how quick it is being so heavy after run in & the E85 & boost turned up ;) 

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