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#309803 Mid engine all motor Mirage(yep I have a problem)

Posted by robevo on 16 November 2014 - 12:43 AM

I seem to have way too much spare time so what a better way to waste it by doing another project car.
A few months ago I found a $200 mirage and we went nuts with the air hacksaw.

So as you can see we are over the hump and now I'm getting all brakes,clutch accelerator cables etc in.

Just bought me a Chromoly pipe bender and notcher too, so a bit of cage work, rear firewall behind the seat and im good to go

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#329258 stripping 320kw lancer gsr

Posted by caged on 19 April 2016 - 03:09 AM

Yes I got a full refund within 6hrs after i reached out to a few mates in the industry down there who reached out to a few of their mates. Aparently he got alot of phone calls.

#319076 Flare guards GSR

Posted by Cranked on 17 June 2015 - 11:10 AM

How many likes to get him removed as a mod. Like away

#291413 am I unreasonable?

Posted by brisvr4 on 01 January 2014 - 09:26 PM

It depends on whether the other party owns a vagina that you may wish to make use of in the future or not?

#325773 WideBody ZR4

Posted by JayRome on 18 December 2015 - 08:30 AM

Found a front photo



#320676 this is one quick evo3

Posted by Adrian on 05 August 2015 - 11:33 AM

just thought that fellow mitsi enthusiasts may like this vid

GSMP Załuż 2015 | Josef Beres | Mitsubishi Lancer…:

#302558 Why my 16g wouldn't reach 20psi until 5K

Posted by Benzo4gT on 13 June 2014 - 09:46 PM

I flipped mine over so the boost pushes the seal lips harder to the shaft.


Nothing better than flipping something over to get the lips to seal harder on the shaft.

#340725 Antilag.

Posted by evo-gsr on 21 March 2018 - 04:52 AM

Will be interesting to see you attempt a very tight track in something that handles like a fridge on a removalists trolley.

#339695 Hi guys I'm back

Posted by OLDIE on 14 December 2017 - 09:40 PM

Have finally sorted things out and it's good to be back as as some may have thought that I had dropped off my perch seeing that I have not posted for some time.

#329215 I broke my baby, but now all fixed :-D

Posted by LumpyVR4 on 18 April 2016 - 02:56 AM

Ta Da




Called down the rain gods as soon as I started washing. rego tomorrow. :)

#328400 "The StormTrooper" - Hillclimb/Motorkhana Special: CB Lancer GSR

Posted by ENGINR on 13 March 2016 - 02:41 AM

I've always wanted to try a bit of motorkhana/hillclimb driving but never wanted to do it in the Coupe (as it's been developed primarily for high-speed Circuit work).


I was lucky enough to get permission to purchase a cheap car to try such driving events and this little beauty came up for sale on this very forum, so after a couple of messages and phone calls with the owner, BRUSHED and I took a drive yesterday and had a look.


Suffice to say we were both impressed with what it had to offer, especially for the price, so a deal was made and one unregistered vehicle permit later I was driving it home.


Plan is to tidy it up a little bit, but not spend any unnecessary money or time on it, as the main focus needs to stay on the Coupe - only modifications will be to add some bonnet pins, a battery indicator sticker and relocate the fire extinguisher (yes! it came with a fire extinguisher!!) from the boot to the cabin and then get stuck into some skid-pan/hillclimbing/dirt work.


Specs are (some taken straight from the For Sale post):


FWD Lancer GSR with JDM 4G61T with stock TD04 turbo

King springs all round (lowered 25 mm) - but we all agree it sits lower than 25mm!! Feels really firm on the road

Koni shocks allround (adjustable front)

2 1/4 inch exhaust from turbo back - has a really nice note to it actually

Supra Intercooler

2 inch intercooler piping to manifold

Heavy Duty Clutch - pedal is quite heavy, might need to take a look at the clutch setup at some point, but that's too much like hard work at this point!


Bonus bits not mentioned were the rear whiteline swaybar and front strut brace!!


It needs a new battery as the previous owner hadn't driven it since December and it just won't hold enough charge to start the car, but for now the jumper pack will suffice!  Might also relocate the boost gauge to up on the dash (who doesn't want to see proof of "fully sic BOOST"!?) and strip the carpet.  I have a spare EVO1 steering wheel that I will probably install once I get a universal boss kit and have a genuine Ralliart gear knob that might just have to go on - well - because I can :D!

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#318087 how to tell if they are forged

Posted by Cranked on 25 May 2015 - 01:52 AM

Well we do have members with names like eJackulator....

#314313 4g93t

Posted by BRUSHED on 23 February 2015 - 08:26 PM

It's also good to be different and use the 93t. Don't always have to follow the crowd

#309620 the fleet at the moment...wife saying too many

Posted by BMGTZ on 08 November 2014 - 09:42 AM

The wife is saying I have too many.


So the silver one is for sale and the same for the bright red one.  The bright red one is the daughters car...there is a forged engine build thread here somewhere for that one.





#309598 Hypertune Intake Manifold + 77mm throttle body - $1200

Posted by jack be nimble on 07 November 2014 - 10:58 AM

Buy it before. If you get it after its 65% hers..

#293434 RVR suspension, handling and equipment

Posted by leon r on 29 January 2014 - 06:31 AM

Deepsouth, that is what I did in the front:

A lot has changed since I originally upgraded my Summit’s suspension. First of all, stock EVO8/9 suspension has a punishing ride! So much so, that my kids named the Summit “the bumpy car”. This wouldn’t be so bad if it gave Summit amazing handling, but it didn’t.


In search of more front camber, I installed some EVO8/9 TEIN coilovers with camber plates! I had to do the same modification done on stock EVO8 strut conversion: welded on washers on the bottom). That improved front end ride quality and handling, plus it gave me an adjustable ride height (not to mention shedding off around 2-3 lbs per side!) However, rear end was still unbearably bumpy!

After some research, I determined that 2G DSM rear Koni shocks should work on the Summit, so I took $230 gamble… and it paid off!


Top and bottom: EVO8 modded for 1G DSM/Summit Middle: 2G Eclipse Koni (spring purch omitted)

The fact that you can just leave out the bottom spring purch on 2G Konis make this install even easier! Otherwise, you have to cut off DSM or EVO lower spring purch.


The fit was perfect! But this shock is shorter, so it will not work if you have stock height spring.

In the rear, I am using stiffer (7 passenger van) springs (450lbs/in vs. sock 400lbs/in), which have 1.5 coils removed. The reduced spring length, should bring the spring rate to around 600-650lbs/in. So help stiffen up the springs even more, I installed PRC rubber spacer inside the spring. I am not sure if it is helping much (or at all), because it is loose when van just sits there, so it needs around 1” of spring compression to truly engage the rubber spacer. I suspect that those only help only at extremes of suspension travel.

#293371 400kw at the wheels

Posted by evo-gsr on 28 January 2014 - 09:16 AM

He might be just happy to see you ?

#276111 lowering, why is front gaurd gap huge?!?!

Posted by Velocity Racing on 02 May 2013 - 06:34 AM

because its designed as a gravel rally car ;)
The front has more suspension travel, and as a result the guards are larger. If you were to adjust the ride height to drop the front down more that would start to play with the dynamics and not in a good way. You would be essentially be raising the rear ride height vs the front,(changing the rake), which will increase oversteer.

#265628 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 3 Momo Steering Wheel

Posted by brisvr4 on 25 October 2012 - 08:53 PM

You advertised it as a genuine product.
You are nothing but a cheap conman selling inferior product at an inflated price.
You will be banned permanently as of tonight and I suggest that all forum members that know of other forums that you are on to link there to this thread to warn others.
Goodbye, we don't tolerate scum here thanks.

#329628 FS: 1994 Lancer GSR (PRICE DROPPED $5000)

Posted by Mayhem on 03 May 2016 - 05:15 AM

Car is now SOLD and with its new owner!