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LyFEtOoShoRT



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PostSubject: 95gsr4G63T..NICE...   Wed Mar 25, 2009 3:45 pm



If you have a
93-96 Mirage / Colt / Lancer / Summit (2-door coupe or 4-door sedan),
and WANT more performance, then there's no substitute for cc's. Most
Colt / Summit models came with the 87hp 1.5L 4G15 engine, and a few
with the 106hp 1.8L SOHC 4G93 that's fitted to the Mirage.

This site
describes in exhaustive detail what's required to install a 2.0L 4G63
DOHC-16v engine. There's a few notes on installing the turbo 4G63 at
present. The work is mostly the same, and involves significantly more
cutting of the body and new metal part fabrication. In summary, this
is what's required.




  • ABSOLUTELY
    upgrade the brakes, using available Mitsubishi parts.


  • ABSOLUTELY
    upgrade the suspension: bushes, shocks and preferably springs too.


  • replace the
    wheels and tires.


  • replace the
    engine with the 4G63 DOHC 16v , preferably rebuilt or adequately reconditioned.


  • replace the
    radiator and exhaust system.


  • preferably
    replace the transmission and axles with the Talon parts.


  • expect to spend
    in the order of C$4000 to do the job properly, more if you rebuild
    the engine and transmission, and more again if you want a turbo
    engine. Add more money if you pay someone else to do the work, but
    that's not point after all, is it?


  • expect the job
    to take in the order of 100 hours if you want to do the job properly,
    in a home workshop. Bear in mind that maybe 60 of those hours will be
    planning, taking bits off, cleaning / painting / reconditioning, and
    putting it all back together again.


Is it worth it?
Certainly! The 4G63 is rated at 135hp, 125ft-lbs of torque when new,
up from the 87hp, 90 ft-lbs of the 4G15 when new. Performance is
excellent (0-100 kph in about 10 seconds), but absolutely
requires a decent brakes kit. A turbo engine conversion (190hp,
205 ft-lbs or more, 0-100kph in about 7 seconds) would require more
work to the brakes and suspension.


LyfeIStooSHORT Enjoi it b4 d** peace!!!





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PostSubject: Re: 95gsr4G63T..NICE...   Thu May 28, 2009 10:43 pm

scratch kasi melayu lu bha scratch



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LyFEtOoShoRT



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PostSubject: Re: 95gsr4G63T..NICE...   Fri May 29, 2009 2:42 am

babybeeLicca wrote:
scratch kasi melayu lu bha scratch


matai~
nnt aku cari yg versi melayu la ah..kekekeke..


LyfeIStooSHORT Enjoi it b4 d** peace!!!





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cute n simple



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PostSubject: Re: 95gsr4G63T..NICE...   Fri May 29, 2009 4:19 am

adeiii..bakulut ba lidah scratch scratch scratch tapi nda pa,yg pnting layan..

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