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    Evo X Parts For Ralliart Upgrade Kit

    Could somebody please be kind enough to tell me what original factory parts off of my Evo X would make the perfect "Ralliart to Evo X" upgrade kit? I know the turbo, but what else?
    I've swapped the majority of performance parts at this point and the OE parts are sitting in boxes collecting dust. Also, the sale would pay for more upgrades woo!
    The problem with that is I tried to justify paying for my turbo upgrade telling myself selling the factory turbo would offset the cost. Well that was 2 years ago and I still have it.


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    Do you mean what beyond the turbocharger system, or that you need a complete list of parts for the turbocharger swap? That can be found here: https://www.evolutionm.net/forums/09...arts-list.html

    I will note that the Ralliart oil drain line will work w/ the Evo X turbo.


    As far as other things that are different, they are:

    - Intake / turbo inlet
    - Battery / battery location
    - UICP
    - LICP
    - FMIC
    - Brake rotors & calipers
    - Rear diff (non-AYC)
    - Turbo bypass valve
    - Ralliart has no engine oil cooler
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    Evo X Parts For Ralliart Upgrade Kit

    Awesome, thanks. Intercooler piping, intake and Intercooler were my primary concern. Didn't even think of the bypass valve though, so that definitely helps. My last two turbos had integrated, so it's not a part I think much about.
    I think I'll probably try selling the turbo, exhaust manifold, o2 and downpipe, Intake, BPV, intercooler and piping as a kit.


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    I was pretty surprised at how similar the chassis and engines themselves are.
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