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Old July 12th, 2018, 10:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Picked this gem 2006 GS A/T up back in November and boy did she need some loving. But after A lot of love she is finally coming around.

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Used Bus Bar for under hood connections after moving battery to trunk. Had bracket made to mount to existing fastener for battery tray. Used 0 gauge wire with 175amp fuse. Going to cut out spare tire well this winter to make trunk flat.
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Swapped out coolant rear pipe and outlet fitting to delete stock transmission cooler. Removed stock window washer tank and overflow tank and installed Weapon R overflow tank in place of Windshield washer tank. Saving up for Chase bays quart washer reservoir/pump tank, and place it where batter was. Eventually moved rail mount cooler from Trans to P/S and installed a B&M supercooler for Trans.
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Old October 2nd, 2018, 10:05 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Currently Fought a 3 day battle to get trailing arms off. New Energy trailing arm bushings should be in tomorrow and new ST Suspension Rear Sway bar should be in by Monday.
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Old October 3rd, 2018, 07:04 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Cleaning up the brakes. Neighbor is bringing my Trailing arms into work tomorrow and pressing in new Energy bushings for me.
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Old October 7th, 2018, 08:26 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Got the Energy Bushings in, Also started cleaning up the rear. New Bolts and nuts for Trailing arm should be in Wednesday.
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Old October 7th, 2018, 05:55 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Youre making great progress! Keep it up.

We really had a bunch of work to do on the rust as well (on my sons 06). Seems like these cars were not particularly well rust-proofed by Mitsubishi...
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Youre making great progress! Keep it up.

We really had a bunch of work to do on the rust as well (on my sons 06). Seems like these cars were not particularly well rust-proofed by Mitsubishi...
Thanks, For being in the Northeast it's the price we pay. I know Mitsubish makes an under body spray that stays wet. The shop put some on my front cross member. But i've come to the conclusion that all brackets and braces are rusted. I've had to removed, sand, paint all brackets under the hood.
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Old October 8th, 2018, 04:28 PM   #9 (permalink)
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ST Suspension sway bar is in along with new Pro Forged end links. The ST sway is probably twice the weight of the stock one.
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Well forgot to take pics but I now have the Trailing arms with energy bushings installed. Figured since i splurged whats one more item. So I also picked up the Tanabe upper strut bar. I will Say it's definitely a noticeable difference with the new sway bar, bushings, and strut bar. Car feels so much more solid.
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Well forgot to take pics but I now have the Trailing arms with energy bushings installed. Figured since i splurged whats one more item. So I also picked up the Tanabe upper strut bar. I will Say it's definitely a noticeable difference with the new sway bar, bushings, and strut bar. Car feels so much more solid.
I like that strut tower brace! It really tucks out of the way, so its still easy to work on the engine.
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I like that strut tower brace! It really tucks out of the way, so its still easy to work on the engine.
I really thought it was gonna hit the Brake fluid reservoir. left about a quarter inch.
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I really thought it was gonna hit the Brake fluid reservoir. left about a quarter inch.
Oops...I missed that. That is kind of a pain then...
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yeah, so filling brake fluid is now going to include removing strut brace.
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Got bored one night so I washed, Cut, Polished, 2 coats of wax. Another Night I got bored I pulled the PCM and cleaned up the bracket for it, repainted it than decided to give the fuse box covers some life.
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Replaced front end links with Pro Forged links, Finally had the ES sway bar bushings installed.
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Finally got around to cleaning up power run around battery connections. Thank the Riv Nut.
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Ordered a set of K Sport Coilovers, won't be installing those until after Christmas. Cleaning up wiring, Removed Sub Woofer wiring back to first pin out. Roughly 1lbs.
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Removed Centermember, sanded most of the rust off and re painted it. Ran two bulkhead fittings through firewall. One for Power from battery in trunk, second one will be for wiring to gauges.
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Removed Centermember, sanded most of the rust off and re painted it. Ran two bulkhead fittings through firewall. One for Power from battery in trunk, second one will be for wiring to gauges.
Youre doing some nice work! Very clean.
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Thanks. slowly going through the car to find wiring that I don't need, and removing it. Crazy how much wiring is in the car for options the car doesn't even have. Like heated seats, traction control, tire pressure. Found a company that offers a rear window wiper delete plate for $30. I'm mainly focusing on weight loss.
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Thanks. slowly going through the car to find wiring that I don't need, and removing it. Crazy how much wiring is in the car for options the car doesn't even have. Like heated seats, traction control, tire pressure. Found a company that offers a rear window wiper delete plate for $30. I'm mainly focusing on weight loss.
Wow, I had no idea? Would it be easy to add a feature like heated seats then? Seems like wiring would be the worst part otherwise.

Can you share where you found the rear wiper delete plate?
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I personally haven't read too much into adding features into the car, though I did think about trying to add the tire pressure part, just haven't gotten past thinking about it. https://www.alloycarbon.com/en/mitsu...lete-plug.html this is the website I found, they have a few different options to choose from and they are cnc aluminum. So they will look good too.
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Added a second catch can. Now have one on PCV and Valve cover vent. Was still getting some oil mix into the manifold. See if this reduces it more.
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Tried out this no water wash and wax and it is awesome. The Tire Gel is very good as well.
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Wow, I had no idea? Would it be easy to add a feature like heated seats then? Seems like wiring would be the worst part otherwise.

Can you share where you found the rear wiper delete plate?
I went ahead and ordered the matte dome one. Will let you know how it is when it comes in. Came to $32.45 shipped says it taked 7-15 days.
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Started on the coilovers today. The KSports are a hard learning curve for me, First time doing coilovers, and it seems they are more universal than direct fit. Got one on and started trying to adjust and the end link, abs, and brake line have to be mounted to a universal mount that doesn't fit the through bolt for the strut. Going to give it another try tomorrow.
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KSport Coilovers are in. Appointment on the 25th to get them adjusted and alignment done. Currently working on wiring up new pillar gauge pod.
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Finished wiring up gauges. Hijacked fog light dimmer line to dim gauges, Used fuse #15 for constant power and caused trunk and locks to not work, used fuse #16 instead and seems to be working, used #23 for acc power, but windows won't work, moved to #14 since rear wiper is now removed.
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Rear Wiper delete plug came in. It fits nice, paint isn't the greatest.
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Took out and cleaned P/S reservoir and decided to paint it, while replacing suction hose to pump.
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Finally got around to replacing transmission cooler fittings. 12m x 1.25 thread to 6an fittings to the transmission 45 degree 6an to 3/8'' push lock barbs. Also found a 6an sensor fitting for transmission temp sensor. Also installed new spoiler, my wifes xmas gift to me. While I was in there I de-pinned the rear wiper connection and removed the wiring.
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So for the cooler lines you ran new rubber hosing and got rid of the metal ones that the original rubber limes slid on? I just looked at mine today and there’s some metal likes they slide on that look pretty rusty and bad...
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Pretty much. I bought the 12m x 1.25 to 6 AN with new copper crush washers to replace the stock banjo bolts. Going to eventually switch to true AN hose. For now I have 6an to 3/8'' barb fittings off the trans and 3/8'' barb fittings on the cooler.
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Pretty much. I bought the 12m x 1.25 to 6 AN with new copper crush washers to replace the stock banjo bolts. Going to eventually switch to true AN hose. For now I have 6an to 3/8'' barb fittings off the trans and 3/8'' barb fittings on the cooler.
The bottom of my transmission is a little greasy and it looks like the seat between the front and back of it is a little wet with trans fluid, debating ok whether I should change the transmission fluid, or just leave it go...? As changing the fluid might make it drip or slip? It shifts fine tho and no trans codes
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best bet would be to clean off the transmission, front cover and rear cover and under bell housing. Find where the leak is and go from there. If you still have the stock cooler on there I would check around it as well. The original rubber hoses were pretty dried out when I removed them. I learned a long time ago to baby and pamper Mitsu transmissions, just shy of cuddling is what it requires. Check the fluid if its still somewhat pink I would drain it and refill it. Don't do a flush.
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Busy last few weeks. Replaced trans fittings to AN. Got OEM wing on. Started on Trunk. Just making it flat for now so I can actually use it.
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Everything fitted, one more round of finish bead welding to go and it gets some black paint.
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