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DSM's 4 life

10+ Year Contributor
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Nov 13, 2011
Buffalo, New_York
its been a long time since my last post so here is a few updates some guy locally is parting out his G so I snagged up some great deals

Ecm link V.3 full
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found rebuilt hand brake assembly and a set of used cables to replace my non-existent pads and rusted out cables.
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the old rusted out pos brakes I had
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more parts: Headlights,slim fans and fan shroud, greddy shift knob
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ZombieSix

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Jan 29, 2012
Guam, Asia
Oem headlights? Where did u get the greddy knob
 

DSM's 4 life

10+ Year Contributor
650
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Nov 13, 2011
Buffalo, New_York
Oem headlights? Where did u get the greddy knob

They are oem eBay lights
Greddy knob came from the guy I got ECM from at $20 I couldent say no especially since people say their rare.

more parts: custom radiator overflow, k & N intake, AEM eugo wideband, factory amplifier and wireing.
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had to splice the new harness into the existing wires that were cut
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DSM's 4 life

10+ Year Contributor
650
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Nov 13, 2011
Buffalo, New_York
I attempted to install the wideband I removed my front 02 sensor and striped the threads in the housing I have new one comeing in this week so I can start to tune my car.

Got some hids installed and my lights straitend out
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clean water tight install
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new aem gauge
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polished my valve cover again
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DSM's 4 life

10+ Year Contributor
650
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Nov 13, 2011
Buffalo, New_York
I saw thread on dyeing interior carpet so I tried to give it a shot. I power washed my carpet and washed with soap I have it sitting in a 30 gallon tote with 4 bottles of rit dye.I plan on pulling it out and washing it in the morning since it is going to be 85 out It should dry in a few hours.

When I pulled my carpet I found a not so pleasant surprise
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cleaned up a litte Just trying to slow down the rust process
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patched the hole with sheet metal, self taping screws and undercoated it
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I think thats a lot better what do you guys think?
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Tiny

10+ Year Contributor
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Mar 31, 2011
moorefield, West_Virginia
That dye worked pretty good! Where did you get the dye?
 

weebz1

10+ Year Contributor
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Aug 16, 2012
Hartington, Nebraska
I realllly like what you have done with this car!! Keep up the good work. BTW, What are those for rims? (I don't remember reading what they were) They are sexy as hell!:hellyeah:
 

DSM's 4 life

10+ Year Contributor
650
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Nov 13, 2011
Buffalo, New_York
I realllly like what you have done with this car!! Keep up the good work. BTW, What are those for rims? (I don't remember reading what they were) They are sexy as hell!:hellyeah:

Thanks I love the feedback you guys leave:D. The rims are of a 2008 lancer and were powdercoated black
 

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Boggsy

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Jul 29, 2012
Morgantown, West_Virginia
I'm impressed with what you have done with the car, looking really good. :thumb:
 

DSM's 4 life

10+ Year Contributor
650
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Nov 13, 2011
Buffalo, New_York
I was having major idle surge issues. After I boost leak tested i found that I had a big leak where my fake HKS bov bolts together and another at my EGR block off plate, It seems that the gasket melted after 3 miles...

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coated it in high temp rtv and torqued it back down
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one of the cleanest 1st gens i have ever seen almost a shame its going to be crushed some of it will live on in my talon.
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1g wheel into 2g
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DSM's 4 life

10+ Year Contributor
650
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Nov 13, 2011
Buffalo, New_York
Any Modifications needed to swap the 1G wheel over? I have one and I love the feel of the 1G wheel vs the 2g

Build looks great!

The 2g wheel is a boat I hated to this one 1g wheel was the best 14 bucks I have ever spent. The splines are the same you cave to cut the back plastic part off of the 1g to make room for a wire connector and you have to cut and solder one wire for the horn there was a FAQ for it on here.
 

Bburge31

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Aug 23, 2010
Rochester, New_York
DSM's 4 Life you bought this car from one of my good friends in rochester,youve done a beautiful job re doing this car and cant believe that this is what that car turned into!
 

DSM's 4 life

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Nov 13, 2011
Buffalo, New_York
It was worth building b.c I learned a lot about the 4g63 platform. like I said earlier I just bought a 1g and I'm eager to start my new build I am simply trying to get some money that I put into this car back. I want to cage my 1g and put her on a huge diet and get her to 1900 lbs
 
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