zzrblacklady
(Junior Member)
01/15/12 05:58 AM
Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Hi,
I'm from southern Germany (Black Forest), and wanted to introduce myself and my Mitsubishi Galant 1990th.
I am 39 years old, I have learned car mechanic and a degree in Industrial Master automobile.
I love fast cars (cars and bikes).
My Galant is a GTi 16V Dynamic4 (4x4, 4WS, 4IS, 4ABS), it is rare in Germany as hatchbacks.
I want to reshape it with a 1G Eclipse 4G63T AWD front clip to the Galant-VR4 .
To drive very fast, I take my Kawa ZX11R Ninia (Vmax 295Km/h).









Hope for good tips in the comunity.
Greetings from Germany Holger


Jesus_Negros
(Unempowered ADMIN)
01/15/12 10:03 AM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Welcome! I pm'd you

thedsmguy
(Senior Member)
01/15/12 11:05 AM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Sweet ride ZZ. Stick around!

DR1665
(Kill him in the face with Wilson Phillips)
01/15/12 12:17 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Halo, Holger! Ba-Wü Mitsu Fruende im der Haus!

Are you on Mitsu-Talk.de? Do you know Viking? Apollo? Tschippi? If not, you should definitely check out that website. They are awesome people and mein Deutsch Mitsubishi Familie.

Mein Deutsch ist schrecklich, so I don't post much over there, but I'm always lurking. I'm planning on attending Elbetreffen im Juni with another member of this community, Dennis, who lives in the Netherlands. Est ist mir eine Fruede, Sie su Treffen.

As for your technical inquiry, you could convert your existing engine to 4G63T-specifications for far less money if you simply ordered the components you needed new/used from individuals in the US. For what you will likely pay for a front clip shipped to Germany, you could simply buy a complete, running DSM over here. Pistons, rods, oil squirters, manifold, turbo - you will get more for your money when you buy these piecemeal. If you need any help in sourcing parts, please let me know. I am happy to help.

Curious, how will you get this car past TUV? They are very strict, as far as I know.

Getriebeköpfe Vereinigten.


zzrblacklady
(Junior Member)
01/15/12 04:37 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Ok,
I bought an Eclipse front clip see pictures


with rear Differental, and will include it in the summer (need a car to drive to work ZX11R).


RedTwo
(Rangi Kiwi)
01/15/12 06:38 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

First ever E39A Nurburg lap?

Kitti
(Junior Member)
01/15/12 11:18 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

hi nice to meet you.
am from Thailand and working for Leoni Gmhb.
i have one VR4 and like to ride motorcycle.
i need to go to 300km/hr by motorcycle cause easy and cheaper than by car.
i think our VR4 should same like ZX14 so easy

BG
kitti


zzrblacklady
(Junior Member)
01/16/12 05:02 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Hello Kitti,
I think after my conversion my Galant-VR4 will go to 250km/h fast.
But with the ZX11R it's like a rocket launch:
0-100km/h = 2.7 s
0-200km/h = 7.9 s
0-Vmax (295Km/h) = 17.5 s
192HP at the rear tire.
Greetings Holger


Kitti
(Junior Member)
01/16/12 11:09 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

my friend had a Vmax. he modified to 1800 cc. very difficult to control it on the street. but we like it.
have fun with your monster


DDM
(Junior Member)
01/17/12 01:17 AM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Very nice. This is the 1st time i saw a galant like that. Welcome. Im also a biker. O owned a 96 zx6r ninja. 02 gsxr 1000 . 02 954rr. 06 1000rr. And my fav tl1000r

dandanger
(Junior Member)
01/17/12 05:36 AM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Quoting RedTwo:

First ever E39A Nurburg lap?




No one has done it yet? I'm been planning a road trip to Nür this or maybe next year with my JDM vr4 .


DR1665
(Kill him in the face with Wilson Phillips)
01/17/12 09:43 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

5 countries in one thread. We are like the United Nations!

@dandanger - You should come to [url=http://www.elbe-treffen.info/]Elbetreffen in June. Bring friends!


Jesus_Negros
(Unempowered ADMIN)
01/17/12 09:46 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Quoting dandanger:

Quoting RedTwo:

First ever E39A Nurburg lap?




No one has done it yet? I'm been planning a road trip to Nür this or maybe next year with my JDM vr4 .




Add me to the trip!


raptorWagon
(less than one year to my birthday)
01/18/12 05:40 AM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Quoting DR1665:

5 countries in one thread. We are like the United Nations!




UGVR4N


ilotalo
(Newbie)
01/18/12 09:39 AM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Hello from eastern Finland.

I got yesterday in my own name Galant E39A GTI 4wd 4ws Hatchback. These are very rear in Finland.

I'm planing to rebuild it totally and i will insert Turbo with EVO8 ecu. Full specifications i don't have yet, but some nice i try to do.

I have E39A 4wd 4ws Turbo sedan and E38A 4wd Turbo sedan all ready.

God luck to you with this car! Good choice!


zzrblacklady
(Junior Member)
01/18/12 02:34 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Thank you,
but show some pictures of your Galants


DR1665
(Kill him in the face with Wilson Phillips)
01/18/12 07:24 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Awesome. Welcome Iotalo.

misterfixit
(Victory Runner)
01/19/12 09:07 AM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Hi.. Well add another country to that list. Two if you count my nationality and that i'm in the philippines now!

Good to see another european car and owner.

Good luck with it and I love the colour!

Rich


fuel
("Just to be pedantic!")
01/20/12 01:10 AM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

+1 or 2 :P

From New Zealand but living in Australia.


ilotalo
(Newbie)
01/20/12 04:21 AM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Here are some pictures from my projects. Red one is GTI anr Green one is GLSI. I don't have pictures from HB yet.

click


zzrblacklady
(Junior Member)
02/04/12 11:23 AM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Hi all,
I checked at the Admissions Office how many Galant E39a ind Germany are registered.
Currently I have the one and only in Germany (see Appendix).

Greetings from the cold southern Germany (-20 °)
Holger


RedTwo
(Rangi Kiwi)
02/04/12 07:48 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Crazy, you should frame that

**DONOTDELETE**
(Unregistered)
02/07/12 12:36 AM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

That's pretty cool.

I was stationed in Vilseck; it was very cold!!!

Welcome!


zzrblacklady
(Junior Member)
02/07/12 03:37 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Hello,
yes at the moment it is very cold -28 ° C in Germany.
The most cars (diesel) can not drive anymore.
The Galant also runs at -33 ° C.
Greetings from the cold southern Black Forest, Holger


zzrblacklady
(Junior Member)
03/04/12 07:24 AM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Hi all,
I made some changes:
new white side indicators
3rd brake light in rear spoiler
New Black Schroth Seatbelts
EDM Cyclone instaled
Automatic illuminated display in the speedometer, as amended GALANT VR4 logo
new tailgate damper
new headlight bulbs extra white, H4-90/100W, H1-100W
new horn 120db
Pictures will follow,
Greetings ZZR-Black Lady (Holger)


dandanger
(Junior Member)
03/05/12 02:50 AM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Pictures from new modifications? Especially that display!

**DONOTDELETE**
(Unregistered)
03/21/12 03:12 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Need a French member in this thread ?

Keep up the good work and good luck for your build ...


FlyingEagle
(Eager Beaver)
03/21/12 08:11 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

French members always welcome! Hahaha ^^^ Especially rare Mitsu owning and restoring French types.

zzrblacklady
(Junior Member)
06/14/12 02:26 AM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Hi all,
further changes are made:

Window frames repainted in "matt black"
Wiper arms repainted in "black"
Mirrors repainted in "body color" and "black gloss"
Valve cover repainted in "fire-red"
Rear and side windows in black "Foliatec"
Air-jet Couver on dashboard in "brushed aluminum"
Sport pedals and footrest in "aluminum"
Summer rims (7x15 "with 205/65VR15) of" MSW-BBS "
Engine control unit (with E-Prom 901) revised (capacitor expired) from "www.ecu.de"
larger injectors (350cc) from "Bosch"
Radio / CD with remote control from "Pioneer"
Amp for subwoofer system with "200w"
Amp for rear parcel shelf-speakers with a new "2x120w"
Mobile phone handsfree for "Nokia"

Pictures will follow, Casio camera is broken and no money for new one!
Greetings from the southern Black Forest
ZZR-Black Lady


Gabor
(Decal Specialist!)
06/15/12 02:53 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Quoting zzrblacklady:

Hi all,
I checked at the Admissions Office how many Galant E39a ind Germany are registered.
Currently I have the one and only in Germany (see Appendix).

Greetings from the cold southern Germany (-20 °)
Holger




Only if we could call our DMV office's in every state and find out how many VR-4's are registered as of today.


zzrblacklady
(Junior Member)
06/18/12 06:58 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Hi all,
have my camera repaired and now images of the changes made
For the illuminated "GALANT VR4" logo on the instrument cluster, I modified an automatic mode, and connected to the lighting from instrument.
normal:

at night:

Alu-Pedal:

dashboard:

Inside:

Radio and Extragauges:

Black Seatbelts:

from Front:

from Behind:

Engineroom with Valvehead and EDM-Cyclone:

greet "ZZR-BlackLady"


zzrblacklady
(Junior Member)
09/16/12 04:18 AM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Hi all,
have my "Hungary holiday" used; go to my Red-Lady from the bottom of the rust.
I have the underbody, the rear axle, the tank, the wheel wells, the shocks, all lines on the lower floor (steering, brake, fuel), the propeller shaft, the rear differential, let sandblasting.

Then had my car 5 small rust holes ("underbody right-front", "underfloor left-behind", "wheel-right-back," "floor plate-trunk", "tail plate-trunk").
Then my friend (coachbuilder) removed the rust and welded in new plates. All seam seals renewed, all bare attachment parts with "flat-black-paint" finish.


All cavities (sill frame) treated with wax.
The subfloor with "rubber Stoneguard" treated, and then the subfloor with "bitumen underseal" painted.


I think this will keep the next few years before new rust comes.
Greetings from Germany


DR1665
(Kill him in the face with Wilson Phillips)
09/16/12 06:53 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Sehr gut, mein Herr. Schön

zzrblacklady
(Junior Member)
09/05/13 01:27 AM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Hi,
have the brakes repaired completely; overhauled new Zimmermann Front discs and pads, calipers.
New Brembo rear discs, pads, new calipers and new brake cables. (brake power: Front 380-400Nm
Rear axle 270-300Nm, handbrake 180-210Nm)


Original aluminum pedals (MZ313904) installed.


Jokeshaft and universal joint replaced (oil loss on the transfer case removed).

Exhaust (V2A manifold, muffler and catalytic converter VA-200 Cells. Overall 2.5 "(63.5 mm)) and finally Completed new HU / AU without flaws.



Bra attached, and completely let the vehicle interior and exterior rendering (Smart Repair).


New aluminum water cooler and water Samco hoses installed.



New Recaro front seats were installed.



New lettering on the rear doors (Dynamic 4).(many thanks to Gabor)


So long, greetings Holger


transparentdsm
(I have to say something dumb Member)
09/05/13 06:39 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

i love this thing. i wish we had then here in the states.

G
(JDM Unit)
09/05/13 08:23 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

I like the saw horses.

presterone
('92 Protege VR-4)
09/05/13 08:49 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Love the seats! Does Germany use really harsh salts on the road? Your undercarriage looks ready for a rust war

zzrblacklady
(Junior Member)
09/06/13 01:03 AM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

I have long searched until I found the Recaro seats;
they both have full equipment, heating ventilation, massage and electro. Adjustment.
In southern Germany they use in the winter not only salt but lye, rock salt and casting slag.
Wherefore the prevention so that the car does not rust.
12kg bitumen underbody coating and cavity wax 20kg.


EgonOlsen
(Member +)
09/06/13 02:36 PM
Re: Hello from Southern Germany (Black Forest)

Its the same here, thats why I run the Dynamic4 in the winter and the VR4 in the summer. I cant get myself to run a rustfree california car in all that salt.

Nice GTI btw. a mirror image of mine.



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