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tatsujo
March 31, 2013, 07:28:38 PM by tatsujo
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My name is Ryan Cameron and I picked up my 2010 Ralliart in June 2010 with only 22 miles on the clock. I always wanted an Evo, but the Ralliart just came out and was a cheaper alternative, so it was a no-brainer. Now almost exactly 4 years later, ...
kleanthis
March 20, 2013, 02:29:06 PM by kleanthis
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As you can see in the pics below, there is a spot on the inner side of the fender, where trailing arm and body come very close.

The problem I had to deal 3yrs now, since I first lowered my car with lowering springs, and couldn't imagine it was that simple was major disturbing noise from the rear left suspension. All this time, I monitored suspension parts very carefully each time car had its maintenance, but never found something corrupted needing replacement. So, I paid attention at a couple of very significant facts. The data:

- The disturbing noise from the rear left suspension appeared a couple of months, since I replaced stock springs with lowering springs and whil...
February 21, 2013, 10:21:07 AM by filipec | Views: 16035 | Comments: 69

Hi all,

As you guys already know, I have been building my Lancer 2012 2.0 and invested a lot on dyno and research. I've ran every mod on a dyno, so i could know better what works or not and its gains. Rick helped me adjusting the ECU for each one of them.
Althought I didn't have many anwsers on my doughts and had to find a lot by my self :(, i'm going to share with you hopping for a more collaborative community  8): LOL


The car: Lancer 2012 2.0 160cv (Brazil)

Baseline:
134.4whp

Intake SRI: +3whp at peak, but lost few HP in other areas. This actually makes me think OEM filter is the best option, but i'm still running takeda...
Swanklepuff
February 20, 2013, 05:37:26 PM by Swanklepuff
Views: 4659 | Comments: 17

Does anyone know when these should be changed on our car with normal driving ?
Ive heard
Clutch - 150,000 k
Timing belt - 100,000 k
February 16, 2013, 09:27:23 PM by danichok16 | Views: 3738 | Comments: 7

so i have a little problem. i am installing the full duraflex evo x look body kit and the side skirts from the kit dont fit on the car at all. now i am asking for help from people who have installed this kit already. since the rear fender flares from the kit will make the back of the car wider, would i be able to install oem evo sideskirts?
Outie11
February 07, 2013, 10:18:02 PM by Outie11
Views: 3213 | Comments: 0

Finally, a review of the car in english!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bm_9eNthMT0

It sounds like the upcoming 2014 Outlander is a huge step forward versus the previous gen car and a huge step for MMNA in general. So far, it has been very well received overseas which is a good thing since the Outlander is a very important car for Mitsubishi in the States. Sadly, we dont get the 2.2L DI-D diesel engine.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8MgVFt_jLLo&feature=endscreen&NR=1

That is a copy of the promo DVD for the upcoming...
keith6
January 13, 2013, 08:58:52 AM by keith6
Views: 3092 | Comments: 12

I've noticed lately my door handles are looking worse and worse.  My car is white and all these small grey fingernail scratches look terrible.  I researched a bit online about what to use to fix the problem myself, but there are so many different choices.  Anyone fixed this problem? And what did you use?

Found this product on amazon: 3m scratch removal system
http://www.amazon.com/3M-39071-Scratch-Removal-System/dp/B003NS5NK8/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top

Anyone used this?
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