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    1. AlejandroCano
      AlejandroCano
      Absolutly in love with your build man, thats exactly the way i want my 420a, just a question i just rebuilded my engine and the block has a leak in the bottom end, i know it isnt the oil pan, what you think, do i need to get my bottom end resurfased? im wasting my money in oil every week lol
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      2. AlejandroCano
        AlejandroCano
        I think the problem is that I didnt put any sealent in the bed plate lol i tought that if the plate and the block and the block fitted perfect i wasnt going to need any sealant, and I checked the valve cover and it isnt leaking, but oh well.. I guess im going to need to pull off the engine... again haha thanks man
        Jan 26, 2016
      3. dsmcrzy
        dsmcrzy
        Yea you need to use an anerobic sealant. Regular RTV will impact your clearances.

        Have you checked sensors? Like crank position or oil pressure sender?
        Jan 26, 2016
      4. AlejandroCano
        AlejandroCano
        No man i havenĀ“t checked sensors but ill checked them out, the sensors are brand new but ill check them out, and thanks man, ill put the sealant as soon as possible!
        Jan 28, 2016
    2. sebastianwrx
      sebastianwrx
      Hi dsmcrzy I was just wondering if u still he the clear tail light lmk
    3. Thermal GSX
      Thermal GSX
      Hey dsmcrzy I love your prosport evo gauge and even more I really like the way you monnted them in the center console. I'm buying the same evo gauges and was wondering where you got that gauge pod for your center console under the radio? Please let me know asap I'm buying my evo gauges today.
      1. dsmcrzy
        dsmcrzy
        Thank you. I like them as well. As the the gauge pod... I made that myself a few years back. There is a company now that makes them off the OEM piece and the price really isn't that bad. Here's the link to their site. In case it doesn't work it's Ortiz custom gauge pods. The Evo guys love them.

        http://www.ortizcustompods.com/mitsubishi.html?m
        May 28, 2015
    4. glowryder
      glowryder
      Got a question, what did you do to fit the audi coils, Read the write up have the parts, but the valve cover spark plug holes dont line up at all, making it hard to drive the COP down the hole. I got a few VCs and the ones Ive tried all do the same thing. very similar to how a neon VC fits.
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      2. glowryder
        glowryder
        im also not running the ones posted in your write up, but a variant, from an 02 1.8t jetta.
        Mar 28, 2015
      3. glowryder
        glowryder
        what PN are you running? Im going to see if there's something skinnier
        Mar 28, 2015
      4. dsmcrzy
        dsmcrzy
        Mar 28, 2015
    5. Detective Coating
      Detective Coating
      Thanks Kyle! Anytime!
    6. 99GS_Turbo
      99GS_Turbo
      I love how you built your car. We need to link up sometime...I wouldnt mind picking your mind on a few things
    7. Dsmkauai
      Dsmkauai
      Yes they are, I'm very happy with them. Even thinking of getting another set for my talon. :) The spring combo and struts they match to them result in a great smooth ride. Even held up to me running low 12' and 5250 rpm launches.
    8. Jaxness
      Jaxness
      No, I never figured out the Evo VIII airbag. I was really worried to handle it, and end up hooking it up wrong, and having it deploy mid-drive, lol. So I just left it disconnected
    9. GRNDSM
      GRNDSM
      04 Outlander calipers will not work.
    10. Brian O Conner
      Brian O Conner
      also my tb is 63mm
    11. Brian O Conner
      Brian O Conner
      Just wondering thought how much hp did you gain estimated from just the 55mm tb? it is different for me because I have more mods and a turbo but still if your gaining 5-10 hp from this than me with my intake manifold machined, turbo at 20 psi and an engine thats bored .40 over I would be gaining a sh** load.
    12. Brian O Conner
      Brian O Conner
      Hey I just got the tb completed and I took the intake manifold to get resurfaced and ported. I was wondering will I have to re adjust the throttle cable for the Jeep throttle body.
    13. Brian O Conner
      Brian O Conner
      One fairly drastic difference
      between the 2 throttle bodies are the idle air channel. The 2gnt TB uses a secondary port on the
      manifold where the Jeep uses a plate bypass. You need to plug the idle port on the manifold or else you�ll get mad
      vacuum leak and idle at 4000 RPM. The
      idle port on my 95 Eclipse RS manifold is a � inch big. I�m not sure if all of the holes are the
      same size on all of the years of 2gnt so please measure yours before buying a
      plug. Since mine was � an inch, I got a
      � inch button plug. Spread silicone on
      the lip of the plug and plug the hole. Shove it in there firmly and wipe off the excess silicone so it doesn�t
      get onto the gasket material when you install the TB.


      Here is my question How do I do this with the obx intake manifold?
    14. Brian O Conner
      Brian O Conner
      YOU NEED A TURBO LOL. buy a t3/t4 best one great spool up and great max psi with the size
    15. Brian O Conner
      Brian O Conner
      What do you mean by touchy? the way the butterfly sticks?
    16. Brian O Conner
      Brian O Conner
      hey man I ended up ordering a 63 bored jeep throttle body for 170$. I have done a big part of the throttle conversion just need to buy gasket material, Allen bolts but I need you to explain this in great detail.between the 2 throttle bodies are the idle air channel. The 2gnt TB uses a secondary port on themanifold where the Jeep uses a plate bypass. You need to plug the idle port on the manifold or else you�ll get madvacuum leak and idle at 4000 RPM. Theidle port on my 95 Eclipse RS manifold is a � inch big. I�m not sure if all of the holes are thesame size on all of the years of 2gnt so please measure yours before buying aplug. Since mine was � an inch, I got a� inch button plug. Spread silicone onthe lip of the plug and plug the hole. Shove it in there firmly and wipe off the excess silicone so it doesn�tget onto the gasket material when you install the TB
    17. Brian O Conner
      Brian O Conner
      Hey thanks for the advice. If I bought a throttle body is that all I would need? also I looked at the directions but would I need a jeep spacer? I am sorry man but I have been watching a lot of civil war movies so I have to say this because your from NY and my grand daddy fought for the 4th regiment of Virginia. See you in hell YANK and thats when your suppose to say see you in hell JOHNNY REBEL.
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