With the purchase of any type of Garret GT-30 or 35 compressor you are able to mix and match it with any of our Tomioka Racing Stainless Steel Turbine Housing! Take a look at this mix and match below! What do you guys think?
The Mercedes Benz has long been known for its safety and remarkable features making the C63 AMG most definitely the addition onto that reputation. In usual AMG fashion, the C63 AMG features performance class tires and wheels, an aggressive body kit, and a much sportier interior.
EDO Performance is currently working on an C63AMG providing basic maintenance work such as oil change, spark plugs change, installation of a BMC Air Filter and rear differentials using motul manufactures specific fluid. We are excited to continue working on this vehicle making it our new project at EDO Performance. Keep up with our blogs and stay tuned to see the journey in upgrading our new toy.
BMC Air Filter
- Long life: can be cleaned and reused, no replacement needed;
- Wider filtering surface;
- Maximum air permeability;
- Greater retention and screening;
- Better “Pressure Drop” ratio;
- International test approval;
Motul Manufactures Specific Fluid: http://shop.edoperformance.com/motul-8100-5w30-xmax-synthetic-oil-gal-p-15026.html
Spark Plugs: coming soon
BMC air filters: coming soon
EDO Performance is proud to announce our brand new product line Evans Coolant!
We are now distributing the next generation of waterless lifetime coolant for your sports compact, domestic, trucks, and sports bike!
What makes Evans Coolant stand out?
Benefits of this coolant vs. traditional water base coolant includes:
- Increased operating temperature of the fluid reduces the fan load and increase fuel economy by 10%!
- The waterless design extends you’re engine life by reducing coolant pressure and corrosion within the engine.
- Never change your coolant again! The coolant chemical blend eliminates boil over, freezing, removes water corrosion and best of all it is biodegradable safe for the environment.
If it all sounds too good to be true hear America’s number 1 gear head Jay Leno has to say about it!
Please see below for the Evans Coolant to suit your needs!
Evans Prep Fluid is a waterless cooling system flush designed to seek out remaining water after draining the cooling system of an engine. Prep Fluid should be used when block drains are unavailable or cannot be removed. It is not a substitute for thoroughly draining the cooling system and related components. A minimum of 2 gallons of Prep Fluid is recommended for heavy duty diesel engines and 1 gallon of Prep Fluid is recommended for all motorcycles converting to NPG+ or NPG. Prep Fluid is NOT intended to be a stand-alone operating coolant, but as a flush only.
Evans High Performance Coolant combines the benefits of Evans NPG+ and NPGR. NPG+C provides superior cooling protection for all gasoline and light duty diesel engines, including marine and light aircraft. In conditions ranging from -40° to 375°F. High Performance Coolant provides cooling protection through constant liquid coolant contact with engine metals. Eliminates water-causing corrosion, electrolysis and cavitations. One successful installation provides cooling protection for the life-time of the engine, reducing maintenance time and expense.
Evans waterless Heavy Duty Coolant boils at 375° F. In use, it features a huge separation between the operating temperature of the coolant and its boiling point. Heavy Duty Coolant can therefore control metal temperatures at coolant temperatures that are well above the boiling point of water. With engine metals protected at higher coolant temperatures, fan turn-on temperatures can be safely increased. Evans has found that raising the fan temperature to about 230° F can decrease fan-on time over 50 percent. Engine and truck builders often use giant radiators and amazingly powerful radiator fans for the sole purpose of keeping water-based coolants cold enough to remain functional. Released from the burden of avoiding the boiling point of water, Heavy Duty Coolant waterless coolant enables the safe use of higher coolant temperatures and sharply reduced fan usage. Thousands of dollars in fuel savings annually result from that technique.
Evans Powersports Coolant offers improved performance and reliability. Even under extreme conditions, Evans Powersports Coolant will not overheat. Using Evans Coolant allows the engine to be safely tuned for more power. A higher compression ratio, leaner mixture, and more advanced spark are some of the options available to the engine builder. Evans Powersports Coolant provides permanent cooling protection for the life of the engine so replacement is never necessary. Its superior corrosion protection is not degraded over time and it won’t freeze or damage engine components.
Evans NPG is the Original Waterless Coolant. NPG is a lifetime coolant. NPG is recommended for racing engines that run on tracks or in series where there is a “NO Ethylene Glycol” rule, and can be used in high performance street vehicles with high flow cooling systems. NPG is NOT recommended for daily drivers or cold weather operation, and may require system modifications to ensure a successful conversion.
Evan Cooling Installation is a snap!
Take the following steps for your coolant change:
Hi-performance / Racing Instructions
NPG coolant is acceptable by most racing sanctions where stipulated as “no antifreeze.” Verify coolant requirements in your rulebook. If no specific antifreeze ruling exists, NPG+ or NPGR may be used.
Recommended coolant quantities:
Small Block applications – 4 gallons
Big Block applications – 6 gallons.
Always have at least 2 gallons with you as spare. NPGR racers discount @ 8 or more gallons.
Hi Performance Suggestions
- Install hi performance aluminum tube radiator.
- Remove the thermostat and plug all bypass hoses.
- Install heater shut off valve.
- Increase the pump drive ratio with a smaller pump pulley.
Maximizing Racing Systems
- Convert the upper hose and thermostat housing to 1¾”OD.
- Two -16 AN lines are the minimum upper hose size recommended.
- Install external lines from the rear of the manifold, bigger is better, line size should be -12 AN.
- For intake manifold fill location use an expansion tank.
- Use maximum pump drive ratio possible 80% of crank rpm or more.
- For safety reasons all overflow hoses must be connected to an overflow tank or catch can.
Hi Performance Instructions
- NEVER work on a conventional hot pressurized water/antifreeze cooling system – allow cooling completely before starting coolant conversion.
- THE BLOCK MUST BE DRAINED. The system must be completely empty and as clean as possible. Complete drain instructions must be followed especially when converting from OAT (Organic Acid Technology, such as DexCool) or HOAT (Hybrid Organic Acid Technology) coolants. Improper draining and flushing may leave residual OAT or HOAT coolant which is not compatible with Evans “waterless” coolants.
- REMOVE THE THERMOSTAT OR RESTRICTOR.
- PLUG THE THERMOSTAT BYPASS HOSE.
- Install Evans Full Time Bleed Line (#EFTBK) in the pump and connect to intake manifold. A manual pump bleed is an option.
- If the radiator cap is on the thermostat housing, it must be removed or made a sealed fill cap with no pressure setting. Low-pressure cap cannot be used in this location due to being the pressure side of the system. Cap will vent.
- Install an expansion tank with a cap (zero or 7psi) that is plumbed into the suction side (lower hose). Minimum capacity 2 quarts.
- Attach all hoses and replace all plugs. Open manual air bleed and fill the system with Evans Coolant. Close air bleed when coolant appears.
- Install the self adhesive round “Evans” decal provided, on the radiator cap or close to the fill location.
- When using an expansion tank or remote fill location. Fill radiator to the top and install radiator cap. (zero or 7 psi)
- Fill the expansion tank half full.
- Start the engine and bring it up to operating temperature.
- Open manual air bleed if possible to bleed any air that has been trapped in the pump.
- Stop engine and allow to cool. Check expansion tank level and adjust as required.
- For the next few times operating the vehicle check the level in the expansion tank and add Evans coolant as required.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at Sales@EDOPerformance.com or give us a call at 714-602-5741
We recently installed an HKS Turbo Timer on a Mazdaspeed3. Having been replaced twice before, the owner wanted to extend the life of his new turbo with this setup. The install was a breeze and the overall result was a clean look on the dash. We would have preferred to hide the wire but this install would allow for easy removal.
|Install Guide: Zero/Sports Cool Thermo Thermostat
This method works just fine, except that the drain plug you open spills coolant allover the subframe which makes it hard to catch in a bucket, making a big mess everywhere.
4. The second method is a bit easier and cleaner. At the bottom of the radiator on the drivers side you will see where the lower radiator hose connects to the thermostat housing. To drain the coolant, remove both radiator caps (only one on some models), place the widest bucket you can find under the thermostat housing, then after removing the hose clamp, remove the hose as slowly as you can. Coolant will start to pour out pretty fast so you will want to get the end of the hose right into the bucket. Coolant inside the motor will be draining slowly out of the thermostat housing too.
5. Once all the coolant has drained out, you can remove the thermostat housing. It is held in by two 12mm bolts. One can bee seen easily in the picture, but the other is hiding behind the inlet for the housing.
6. Once the housing cover is off, you will be able to see the old thermostat. It might tale a little work to pry it out, and there might also be some more coolant hiding behind it waiting to pour out so keep that bucket handy.
7. Insert the new Zero/Sports Thermostat oriented the same way as the stock one fit inside the housing. Replace the cover/bolts and torque to 10 ft/lbs. Reattach the lower radiator hose to thermostat housing and re-tighten hose clamp.
8. Follow the instructions in the service manual page seen earlier to refill the system with coolant.
9. Enjoy your cooler running Subaru!