K-Swapped EG4 Build… Part 4

Just when I thought this build was as complete as it could get. I received an unexpected call from Verdon saying he just got the last package in the mail and he’s ready to hit the dyno any day now. Still in shock at the lengths he plans on taking this build, we finalized a day to head to the dyno. In today’s post, we’ll be taking a look at the results from the dyno and also a sneak peak of the next phase for this build…

For those who would have missed the build, I’ve provided the links below…

K-Swapped EG4 Build… Introduction

K-Swapped EG4 Build… Part 1

K-Swapped EG4 Build… Part 2

K-Swapped EG4 Build… Part 3

Verdon has some upcoming plans for his car but before he makes any changes he decided to take the the car in its current state to the dyno to see what numbers it will put down…

Strapped down and ready to go…

 

First pull with the silencer still in…

Silencer removed…

The results from the two pulls, the first pull was 175.6whp with the silencer in place. And the second pull was 184.7whp which was pretty good for a pump gas tune.

Verdon wanted to extract a bit more power out of his motor, and the only way that was possible without breaking the motor was forced induction…

In came the intercooler piping…

Mishimoto intercooler…

Some AEM goodies…

Inclusive of AEM’s water/meth injection kit…

And of course an upgraded map sensor, 4 bar to be specific…

Then some more goodies arrived…

Mocal oil cooler…

With the new direction of this build, upgraded injectors were a must.

 

Now to reveal what the next phase of this build involves…

If your money was on a supercharger you were correct. Verdon contacted the guys at TTS Performance and had them ship him a complete Rotrex supercharger kit…

Some of the misc. goodies that were included in the kit…

The kit came complete with Rotrex branded oil…

TTS performance plenum chamber…

Now a look at the real deal… the Rotrex supercharger that will soon be making its way onto Verdon’s K20A motor…

That’s it for today’s post, you guys will want to stay tuned for the next post in this build where it should get pretty exciting…

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