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Evo X Gsr ([email protected])


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I've owned this car since it was purchased brand new and its a regretful sale. With a new house being build plus a 2nd child on the way, 1 luxury item had to go.

Regularly serviced with full logbook history. Oil changed every 5000kms. Brand new Brembo front brake rotor & pads as well as a full set of tyres fitted less then 1000kms ago. Car has never seen the 1/4mile or tracked.

Year

- 2009 5sp Manual GSR

Power mods

- Forced Performance Evo Red Turbo (ported & upgraded 25psi actuator)

- Forced Performance Turbo High Flow Oil Supply line

- Forced Performance Turbo Inline Oil Filter

- Forced Performance Turbo Gaskets set

- HKS Aluminum Turbo Intake Pipe

- Cosworth Highflow Airfilter

- Grimspeed 3Port Boost Solenoid

- Works upgraded BOV

- ARP Head Studs

- BC 272/272 Camshaft

- BC Valve Springs

- BC Titanium Valve spring retainers

- AMS Fuel Rail Kit

- DW 1000cc Injectors

- MAP/AEM Fuel Pressure Regulator Kit (with gauge)

- BLAQOPS Fuel Pump Upgrade Kit with E85 Safe Lines

- Walbro 255 Fuel Pump

- Depo Racing 3inch Upper & Lower Intercooler piping Kit

- Custom 3.5inch Bar & Plate Intercooler

- Ultimate Racing 3inch Turbo Back Twin Exhaust (inc dump pipe, 100cel highflow cat)

Handling mods

- Swift Spec-R lowered sports springs

- Cosco Strut Brace

- Rota Grids 18 x 9.5 +20 (with 265/35/18 rubber)

Interior mods

- HKS Type-1 Turbo timer

- LC-1 Wideband & Gauge

Exterior mods

- Mitsubishi USDM Door Window Visors

- Mitsubishi USDM Side Number Plate Mount.

- ARC Carbon Air Duct

Engine mods fitted by

- Tyron at Fortitude Valley Ultra tune (former NA Autosport Mechanic)

Tune

- Dual Map tune(98Oct & E85)

Power @ Wheels

- 98Oct: 280kw

- E85: 315kw

Price $47000. All reasonable offer will consider.

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