wat is the limit that an evo9 gt engine can b upgreaded(by hose power

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Asked by Apr 09, 2009 at 01:32 PM about the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution

Question type: Car Customization

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Ha, when the money stops flowin...

785

The most I've seen from in a late model Evo with stock internals is 660whp which would approximate to about ~800hp at the crank. Now if you upgrade the internals of the motor then all bets are off, the limit is much higher. There are several Evo's laying down over 1000awhp, pretty much exclusivley with GT42 size turbo and ~40-45psi boost and race gas. The AMS drag evo which is one of the most powerful drag evos in the world was last dynoed at around 1140awhp which translates into somewhere ~1300-1400hp at the crank.

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Thax 4 the reply.Much greatful if U could send me some URL's where i can get some further info & pix

785

Sure, you can find endless info on all things Evo at: evolumtionm.net I'm not sure what pics you want to see, but you can look at my Evo and see pics and a list of mods by clicking on my avatar and going to my garage.

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go to amsperformance.com to check out there world record evos

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