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6 Bolt Swap help in Youngstown

Posted by Pitbull2o08, Sep 9, 2010

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  1. Pitbull2o08

    Pitbull2o08 Proven Member

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    Is there anyone that can help with the finishing touches of a 6 bolt swap in a 1998 GST? I'm new to dsm's in general so any help is appreciated.

    Thanks
     
  2. wrkls

    wrkls Probationary Member

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    still need help?
     

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    1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse GST
    · 2G DSM
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  3. Pitbull2o08

    Pitbull2o08 Proven Member

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    i might on sunday. fitting the flywheel and dropping it in. custom CAS is what i'm confused about still. it seems too simple. plug it in, connect blue wire to white wire.
     
  4. wrkls

    wrkls Probationary Member

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    let me know! PM me if ya need my number for any questions
     

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    1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse GST
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  5. CHAR-FT

    CHAR-FT Proven Member

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    it really is that simple! did you get the RRE version?
     
  6. Pitbull2o08

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    yeah it wasn't bad at all. it's all swapped in now and running fine. I'm going to be rebuilding my e316g and replacing the worn t25. i'll post pics later

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    all cleaned up
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    How can i fix these headlights so they will be brighter and not have the light impeded by the plastic housing?
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  7. id_redneck

    id_redneck Probationary Member

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    the best way to remove the yellowing of the headlights is to progressivly wet sand. Start by using 500 grit paper on a da sander. Then move to 1000 grit, then to 1500 or 2k. Finally buff with a rotary buffer with a good polishing compound. (I have had good results with system one) Available at most auto paint stores. Be sure to keep them plenty wet when sanding and to tape off around the lights to prevent any paint damage
     

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