JDC Titanium Full Engine Bay Hardware Replacement Kit (Evo X)

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JDC Titanium Full Engine Bay Hardware Replacement Kit (Evo X)

You guys asked for it, so we made it happen! JDC Evo X titanium full engine bay hardware replacement kits are here! We've priced these very competitively compared to kits offered by other companies! More detailed pictures coming soon! 

This kit replaces the rusty OEM hardware with beautiful CNC machined Gr5 titanium hardware! The valve cover bolts will work on the plastic, or aluminum valve covers. If you already have some of the hardware included in the full kit, you can purchase each section separately, but purchasing the full kit together will save you over $25. The full kit consists of 106 individual pieces, which is more than any other titanium kit on the market!  

What's included in the full kit?

Valve Cover Kit: 

  • (18) Custom Head Bolts with Collar Specifically Designed for Evo X
  • (4) M6x20mm Custom Head Bolts for Coils
  • (2) M6x12mm Custom Head Bolts for Fuel Rail Line
  • (3) M6x12mm Custom Head Bolts for Valve Cover Brackets

Headlight Kit:

  • (4) M6x17mm JDC Custom Head Bolts
  • (4) JDC Custom Flush Fitting Washers

Fender Kit:

  • (6) M6x17mm JDC Custom Head Bolts
  • (6) JDC Custom Flush Fitting Washers

    ECU Area Kit:

    • (10) M6x12mm Custom Head Bolts
    • (3) M6x20mm Custom Head Bolts
    • (4) M8x17mm Custom Head  Bolts
    • (1) M8 Flange Nut
    • (2) M6x25mm Custom Head Bolts

    Intake Manifold Area Kit:

    • (17) M6x12mm Custom Head Bolts
    • (1) M6 Flange Nut
    • (2) M8x30mm Flange Bolts
    • (2) M5x15mm Custom Head Bolts
    • (2) M5 Custom Washers

    Power Steering Area Bolt Kit:

    • (4) M8x17mm Custom Head Bolts
    • (1) M8 Flange Nut
    • (6) M6x12mm Custom Head Bolts
    • (2) M5x14mm Allen Head Bolts
    • (2) M5 Custom Washers 

    Shipping times:

    Perfection takes time, so expect an average of 5-7 business days for a kit with this many pieces to ship. Once the order has left our hands, delivery time will depend on the shipping service you select at checkout. We cannot guarantee delivery times will be accurate due to the possibility of carrier delays. 

    About our Titanium:

    JDC titanium hardware is made of precision CNC machined 6AL-4V Grade 5 Titanium. They provide extremely high tensile strength, are corrosion resistant, all while being ultra-lightweight. Available in multiple color options. Each piece is hand polished before receiving our famous cold anodizing for beautiful, vibrant colors that will last for years to come! 

    For a color chart and information on our titanium products please click here.

     

    Valve Cover Hardware Installation Instructions:

    Gloves are recommended during installation to keep oils off of the titanium. If you don't have a set of clean gloves, washing your hands before touching the titanium parts will help. After the installation, you can wipe down the hardware to bring back the shine using soapy water or Windex with a microfiber rag. 

    Step 1:  Start by removing all the bolts from the valve cover except the bolts in holes 1 and 2 in the diagram below. These will help keep the valve cover centered while replacing the rest of the bolts. Insert the rest of the bolts and loosely hand tighten.

    Step 2: Following the torque diagram below; torque all the bolts to 26.5 +/- 8.8 inch lbs. in the order shown. When you reach bolt 18, replace bolts 1 and 2 with the new bolts. Continue the torque sequence with bolt 3 to 48.5 +/- 4.5 inch lbs. Do not forget to do the final torque on bolts 1 and 2. If you ordered a basic kit, you can stop here. If you ordered the full kit, proceed to step 3.

    Step 3: The 4 medium-sized bolts (M6x20mm) are for the coil packs. Remove the old bolts and replace them with the new titanium bolts. Hand-tight will be fine those these. 

    Step 4: Remove the 3 old bolts from the wire clips on top of the valve cover. This will require pinching the black clip and removing it from the bracket to get the 10mm socket on the bolt. Replace these with the smallest bolts (M6x12mm). Hand-tight is fine for these.

    Step 5: Remove the two bolts from the top of the fuel rail and replace them with the small titanium bolts (M6x12mm). Hand-tight is fine for these as well.

    Step 6: Take a step back and admire the beauty of a full titanium engine bay kit from JD Customs USA. Don't forget to take a few pictures and tag us @JD_Customs_USA! We usually repost installation pictures on our Instagram story! Thanks for your business and stay tuned for more Evo X parts and kits coming soon! 

    Customer Reviews

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    D.S.
    Titanium full engine bay kit

    The bolts look amazing, burnt color, and the packaging is sorted and easy. Giving this one a 4 star for the fact there is not a guide for what the bolts are and where they go. I have so many left over because of this and other mods on the car. The will be a 5 star all day if there was just some chart with what bolt goes where.

    Hey Dale,

    We have a colored guide on the site listing as well as a list of sizes and where they go. Each bolt should have been separately packaged depending on the size and location of that bolt. There should have also been a QR code on the back of the pack that would take you directly to the install instructions on the site.

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    Lowell
    JDC Titanium Full Engine Bay Hardware Replacement Kit Evo X

    Heads up took a few weeks to receive but like it says “made to order” beside that overall I’m satisfied with the kit, all the bolts look really nice in the engine bay, good quality, I went with the burnt look. I give it 4 stars.. reason why, it would of be nice if it came with some type of guide to show you where to bolts in the kit go into the engine bay some are pretty obvious but other I wasn’t to sure. Now the bolts did come bagged separate in groups for each section to where they go which is nice but while installing I had to figure out to which bolts in my engine bay to take out to replace with. I got a majority of them in, still have a few left from the kit, not sure to where they go.

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