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Offline Last Active Jan 30 2019 04:25 AM

0Follow this topic Part number for vr4 6 bolts rear main oil seal?

08 January 2019 - 01:12 AM

Does anyone have the part number for vr4 6 bolts rear main oil seal?


I have found that MD359158 it doesn't fit.

Part number for vr4 6 bolts rear main oil seal?

05 January 2019 - 09:26 AM

Does anyone have the Mitsubishi part number for vr4 6 bolts rear main oil seal?

It can be Kelpro, I seem to have purchased the wrong oil seal.



Oil dip stick for hsgr

15 November 2018 - 12:57 PM

Can anyone confirm RVR HSGR share the same oil dip stick with vr4 / evo123 / Rvr SSG?

Mine top bit broken off, can't find any at meek website and no luck on eBay. Where can I find one...

Clutch is slipping at above 3000rpm

13 November 2018 - 10:23 AM

Hi all, my rvr hsgr’s clutch is slipping at above 3000rpm thru out 1st-5th gears after putting in new clutch/flywheel. Originally has hks twin plate clutch kit, now it has been change to oem evo 3 flywheel, exedy clutch disc, pressure plate, new throw out bearing, and stock fork.

During securing the two bolts for the clutch slave cylinder, I notice the pushrod is already pressing hard on the clutch fork pressing the throw out bearing against the clutch pressure plate fingers. I had to some how jam it in, and secure the 2 bolts slowly for the clutch slave cylinder. Basically there’s no play between TB and pressure plate fingers.

From the above, could it be the incorrect clutch slave cylinder is used (longer pushrod) as in this will result in not enough clamping strength on the clutch disc? This clutch slave cylinder was used on a twin plate clutch kit, so not sure is there different rod lengths apply here for both aftermarket and oem clutches.

There is no oil contamination on the clutch disc, and slight surface rust on the oem flywheel. Not sure will shorten the pushrod can resolve the issue.


HKS twin plate clutch kit

30 August 2018 - 01:34 PM

Any idea where can I get the HKS twin plate clutch kit rebuilt? Just took it out, theres not much meats left on the discs.

If not I might need to purchase a set of single plate clutch kit with flywheel to get the car back on the road. Car is a 7 bolts 4g63T rvr hsgr.