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penngwyne

penngwyne

Member Since 10 Mar 2007
Offline Last Active Jan 21 2020 12:09 PM
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#338030 Moderator & Administration Team

Posted by penngwyne on 20 July 2017 - 04:49 PM

That's a good question. I just noticed the last post date
I think I just found an older post on the topic




#328181 fuel cut question

Posted by penngwyne on 03 March 2016 - 06:31 AM

I read a thread like this and realise I still have a lot to learn




#327698 Still Not A Re-build, just fixin' things

Posted by penngwyne on 17 February 2016 - 03:24 PM

They work perfectly, it holds more boost than my turbo will ever make, or more accurately, than my engine will put up with. Here's a link to ebay

 

http://www.ebay.com....94AAOxy4fBTk936

 

What a ripoff !! ^

 

Thanks Jack and Evo and Benzo for the info

 

OK why is this a rip off?? How much better can you do for new bits??Where from??

 

I looked up on Parts Souk and Amayama Trading

The original plastic ones for the RVR are about $70.00 (MR266992)

Most of the others that look about right range from about $140 to $160 but I'm having a bit of a guess at the part numbers

All for a CT9A Lancer Cedia/ EVO-8/8-MR/9/9-MR(GSR)

MB868799 (or MN156641)  about $140 (plus freight)

MR450378 is about $160 (plus freight)

MN153284 approx $140 up to $156 (plus freight)




#314350 crank angle sensor info

Posted by penngwyne on 24 February 2015 - 11:20 AM

Hi lads can any one help i need a new crank sensor for my HSGR can't find one for the evo 3 dose any one know if they are the same as the evo 4-5-6 as these are easy to get hold of. Thanks in advance for any info steve.

 

How did you go with this Steve?




#311490 Searching for OEM RVR air vents

Posted by penngwyne on 22 December 2014 - 01:07 PM

Try this (if you are really desparate and patient)

But you will still need some old vents for bits. Nimbus ones are good.

 

http://www.4gtuner.c...vel-fin-repair/




#310645 Just bought a 1994 Mitsubishi RVR Super Sports Gear

Posted by penngwyne on 02 December 2014 - 03:43 PM

This is a good one

 




#308780 New Member from USA, my versioni of RVR Sportgear

Posted by penngwyne on 19 October 2014 - 01:02 PM

Hey man,

 

I JUST got my engine mount put in, it was a febest part that came all the way from Estonia as the USA were out of stock. Great quality part. Check out my build thread to see the item itself.

 

Cheers, Mike :)

thanks Mike
 




#300924 Front Diff Swap

Posted by penngwyne on 26 May 2014 - 07:43 AM

Here's a few numbers that might help find bits
If you are having seal problems it may be a good idea to replace all of the seals on the front just in case?? 
I see you are doing hoses too so I've put those numbers in too
 
 
N23W  5207108  N23WG  SNXF  1994.11.3  RVR  2000/4WD/WIDE  SUPER SPORTS-GEAR (4WD/DOHC/TURBO),5FM/T
 
Part No            Description                                                       Later Part N0
 
MD174462     OIL SEAL,CRANKSHAFT,FR                                 MD343563
MD150161     OIL SEAL,CRANKSHAFT,RR                                 MD359158
MD153103     OIL SEAL,CAMSHAFT                                         MD372536
MD069950     OIL SEAL,BALANCER SHAFT,FR RH                      MD343565
MD095355     OIL SEAL,ENG OIL PUMP DRIVE GEAR SHAFT        MD365697
MD167360     HOSE,ENG OIL COOLER WATER FEED
MD309661     HOSE,ENG OIL COOLER WATER RETURN
MR204342     HOSE,RADIATOR CONDENSER TANK
MB660749     HOSE,RADIATOR CONDENSER TANK
MR126207     HOSE,RADIATOR,LWR
MR126206     HOSE,RADIATOR,UPR
MD306271     HOSE,THROTTLE BODY WATER FEED
MD195053     HOSE,THROTTLE BODY WATER RETURN
MD168962     HOSE,T/C WATER FEED
MD167360     HOSE,T/C WATER RETURN
MB831585     HOSE KIT,HEATER WATER



#300736 Front Diff Swap

Posted by penngwyne on 23 May 2014 - 08:32 AM

Looks like the front white one is holding up the engine while the two blues are jacked up holding axles or under a-arms

Jealous of all that space!

Yes it would make my life easier to have that much too.

Still I'd probably just fill it with "stuff"




#300572 Still Not A Re-build, just fixin' things

Posted by penngwyne on 21 May 2014 - 09:36 AM

Nice, where'd you get those ign lead clips?

 

From Amayama trading Part No  MD121633 

Ordered as an add on to save postage when I got the pulley

 

And OH bugger

 

I have another coolant leak as of today just!




#300126 Update

Posted by penngwyne on 14 May 2014 - 01:51 PM

I would concur with the valve stem seals




#298270 Still Not A Re-build, just fixin' things

Posted by penngwyne on 12 April 2014 - 12:04 PM

We all learn by our mistakes. ;)

 

Yes I should never have started painting




#298125 CAS Sensor location

Posted by penngwyne on 09 April 2014 - 12:10 PM

So lucky that it didn't jam into your main tb and screw your motor completely

What do you think caused the failure? These should last at least 90,000 Km.




#296862 RVR HSG Head Rebuild - Now vibrating violently/no power

Posted by penngwyne on 22 March 2014 - 07:42 AM

If you want Mitsi part numbers I recommend this from the forums

If you are computer literate it's not too hard to get it going.

Some part numbers have been superseded but by reference to your local Mitsi dealer a newer part number can be supplied

 

 

http://www.4gtuner.c...ps-replacement/

 

OR check out the dbase on Amayama trading, but this will be easier if you already have the part number




#296839 RVR side dash airconditioning vents swivel fin repair

Posted by penngwyne on 21 March 2014 - 02:59 PM

If you are still doing this

It is possible to repair them (with some swearing) 
i have some pics and will post them when I find them


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