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Old 19th April 2005, 16:57   #46
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Sideways ooops i meant copy the same for u in an evo IV design, the basic air intake area is the same just the front end thats different. Itll take some time though coz i have another lancer coming for mods next week so if u can gimme about a month to ship it to you itll be great.
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Old 19th April 2005, 17:10   #47
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Ok arush,

Send me an sms with a quote and I'll finalise. I have also asked a friend in Malaysia to look for the original aluminium one. will compare costs and see which one works out more economical.
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Thanx GTO,

Spent many a mosquito infested night doing up the car. The car is actually 4 years old but sparingly used. paint is original. Shifted onto the 17 inch rims only last week. Saw the rims and fell in love with them. Future plans include wet NOS and some Ralliart cams. Will keep you all updated.

For all enthusiasts - this is the cheapest and best way to do up a lancer. Engine bolts on directly nd no modifications of any sort are required. Trust me you will love the way the car feels.

Dont know how many of you have been able to rev a car to 8300 RPM. Trust me, it;s better than sex.

Cheers.
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Old 19th April 2005, 17:32   #49
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Neat job with the heart transplant. You say its' the cheapest way to hop up your lancer, but you failed to mention the costs. If it's not a sensitive issue, I'm sure all of us here would love to have an idea of what really goes into this project.

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Dont know how many of you have been able to rev a car to 8300 RPM. Trust me, it;s better than sex.
Naah! Revving to 14,500rpm is better than sex
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If it's not a sensitive issue, I'm sure all of us here would love to have an idea of what really goes into this project.


Naah! Revving to 14,500rpm is better than sex

No worries R tech but already mentioned the cost. read previous few posts.

On a bike 14,500 yes, and I agree, no arguements. But I am talking about a car.

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Second time today I've overlooked something! I think I need to reboot my brain.
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Hey side ways , is this engine taken from Madans car??
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Old 19th April 2005, 18:25   #53
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Yes Vulken,

But I have completely rebuilt it with new pistons, conrods, bearings, valves, oil pump wter pump, etc etc.

It'a a brand new engine now.
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awesome so you rebuilt an entire mivec and finished the runing in? thats one thing i hate doning..but got to do it since its the most vital part of seasoning it.
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Ya iceman,

took some time but engine very free now. fully open all the way to max revs, Torque is unbeleiveable. Ready to go. Wet NOS is next add on. Need advice on thi. Never worked with NOS before.
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hey buddy sideways when you came down to bombay with the white evo...you passed by me..well we couldn't meet then...but for a sure thing i would like to meet you next time in bombay..and the best part will be that it's going to be your own ride..it's a lot better that way...anyways congrats that's one insanely fast machine...was just going through the specs and they are mindblowing...hehe...cheers...!!
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Thanx Dragger,

Will get in touch when i am there next. You can have a test drive too.

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Excellent work u got done there man....one of the best lancers i have come across. Love almost everything about it...obviously the engine is a smasher! and the thumpin sound system seems LOUD! but what strikes me the most r u r alloys... i love them!! How much did u pay for those and what company are they? Love the finish on it and spoke design is killer to, hope its avaiable in bombay have second thought abt the alloys on my accord.
Just a few suggestions.... u r panel doesnt really blend well with the console and high-fi system...maybe a metallic finish dash board panel would look killer, like the finish they have on the vtec. Also clear lens head lamps would improve the front end looks greatly.

P.S- wats ur 0 to 100 timing?

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Hey Sideways,

How about uploading an audio file with your engine revving to 8000+ rpm?

If possible, you can email it to me and I will upload it for the BHPians.

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Hey Sideways,

How about uploading an audio file with your engine revving to 8000+ rpm?

If possible, you can email it to me and I will upload it for the BHPians.

GTO
Sure thing GTO. Will get it done this weekend.
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