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[NSW] Heavily Modified Evo 8MR $55,000

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Hi all,

Unfortunately it has come time for me to post my Evo 8 MR in grey mica with aprox 180000km on the clock for sale. 
I'm not in any major rush to sell, just seeing if there is any interest in a heavily modified CT Evo. I don’t drive it much anymore so it's time for someone else to enjoy the car. 
Motor was built about 5 years/35000km ago. 

No expense spared in the build, all work done by Precision Racing.

Some of the cars specs are:
2.3 Precision Racing fire ringed motor with Manly billet crank
Precision 6466 forward facing custom turbo kit with custom A/C
Tomei titanium exhaust 
New OS Giken triple plate clutch
PPG 1-4 drag dogbox with final drive
Wavetrac and PPG diff tube
3000GT rear diff with custom Driveshaft Shop carbon tailshaft, DSS level 5 axles and hubs, and Racefab chromoly subframe
Custom surge tank with twin 044 fuel pumps
Speedflow braided lines everywhere
Haltech Pro Plugin
PFC front 2 piece rotors and Endless pads all round
Work Emotion XT7 18 x 9.5 wrapped in 265 AD08Rs
Rockford Fosgate audio system with custom 2 x 12” sub enclosure in the boot with full access to spare tyre. Sound deadening throughout the car
Suede interior (steering wheel, front seats, roof, parcel shelf and pillars) with diamond stitching on the parcel shelf and front seats and moulded gauge pods in the pillar

Car was recently on the dyno and made 475kw at 36psi. Will make over 500kw easily with more boost (has made 515kw at 42psi and 540kw at 46psi previously).

There is a link in my signature with my full build thread which will have all parts listed on the first page.

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this is an incredible example of a well built evo, although i am curious about why most owners sell. I always see the reason "the car just doesn't get driven often enough". Does the car being driven sparingly make it not worth it or something? Just feels like there's more tot he story than that I guess.

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usually just means they need the money for something else.  priorities change.

GLWS OP!

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