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Re: The Daily Driver build.


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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1082577 posted 08/25/12 10:55 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Well I put the car back on jacks last night so I could pull the manual steering rack since its for sale. I installed my black headliner, sun visors, etc. I started on bolting in my EVO 8 seats with Curtis seat brackets until I realized that I needed to drill a hole in the front brackets so a bolt can be installed..



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733/2000 (R.I.P. TurboRen) Sold.
1505/2000 (Loves strippers) Sold.
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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1083633 posted 09/02/12 01:00 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Not much done tonight. I drilled the holes for my driver's EVO seat brackets, and I mounted the seat. The other thing I did was the Driver's Auto-Up window switch mod.




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733/2000 (R.I.P. TurboRen) Sold.
1505/2000 (Loves strippers) Sold.
832/2000 (parts car) R.I.P.
923/2000 (my 1st) R.I.P.

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1083777 posted 09/03/12 12:14 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
EVO Seats bolted in (Yes I know they need to be cleaned)







Black headliner FTW




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733/2000 (R.I.P. TurboRen) Sold.
1505/2000 (Loves strippers) Sold.
832/2000 (parts car) R.I.P.
923/2000 (my 1st) R.I.P.


Edited by citymunky (09/03/12 12:28 AM)

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1084329 posted 09/06/12 04:38 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Teaser





1990 MMC GVR-4
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1505/2000 (Loves strippers) Sold.
832/2000 (parts car) R.I.P.
923/2000 (my 1st) R.I.P.


Edited by citymunky (09/06/12 04:38 PM)

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1084660 posted 09/09/12 01:30 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Started out today by installing my Cyclone Intake Manifold. I pieced it on the motor since it was apart for cleaning and mild porting. I also made new gaskets for gasket paper, sprayed with copper spray for a better seal.


After the Cyclone was mounted and torqued down, I was had to mod the intake support bracket to clear the A/C compressor, after some trail and error I got my finished product. Here is a pic before paint.



After that I run my Spark plug wires,and they fit the cyclone intake fine, and not to short as I read for many before.



After that I when to mount my bored out fuel rail to feed my 1000cc PTE injectors. They were cleaned and flowed by RC Engineering (but for some reason they removed the stickers). The 1000cc PTE's replaced my 680cc PTE's.


Edited by citymunky (09/09/12 08:35 PM)

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1084722 posted 09/09/12 08:32 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Installed my freshly rebuilt 1g Non Turbo throttle body, to replace my older one which I'm petty sure was the reason for the run away idle problem I had before. Why a NT TB? Simple these elbows on Turbo TB's are gay.



Installed fuel rail with STM -8 AN inlet, and a old school rail mounted Charged Air Systems Adjustable Fuel pressure Regulator w/ 100psi JEGS fuild filled fuel pressure gauge. No need to drill hole in the firewall or find a way to mount a upper AFPR, or route -6 hoses. It's small and simple.




1990 MMC GVR-4
733/2000 (R.I.P. TurboRen) Sold.
1505/2000 (Loves strippers) Sold.
832/2000 (parts car) R.I.P.
923/2000 (my 1st) R.I.P.

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1085714 posted 09/16/12 06:32 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
I got my turbo back for balancing this week. They cleaned up the CHRA, TH05H Turbine, and 20g compressor wheel for me. The reason I keep the 20g was because I wanted fast spool and more power than a 16g.



I reinstalled my 7 cm2 ported exhaust housing, and compressor cover.



New OEM hardware to bolt the turbo and O2 housing.


I found the smaller water pipe in my garage, I think its from a 2g, since it didn't find right. I removed all the rust with a wire wheel, give it a fresh coat of high temp paint, and bend it to fit. I also heat wrapped the coolant hose from the large water pipe to the OFH. All new rubber hose of course.


I'm about 90% ready to start bolting the transmission to the engine so I could drop in bay.



1990 MMC GVR-4
733/2000 (R.I.P. TurboRen) Sold.
1505/2000 (Loves strippers) Sold.
832/2000 (parts car) R.I.P.
923/2000 (my 1st) R.I.P.


Edited by citymunky (09/16/12 06:33 PM)

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1086396 posted 09/20/12 11:01 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Today I got to play with the car a bit. I removed the inner tie rods, dust boots, and clean all the grime off the steering rack. I was happy to see there were no leaks and that I don't have to rebuild the rack. The cleaning part took about a hour, but handling the steering rack without gloves now wouldn't leave your hands filled of tar like grime. New inner tie rods will be here tomorrow, so they can be installed alone with my new other tie rods and dust boots. Now I can installed the rack before I drop the motor in the engine bay this weekend (hopefully).



1990 MMC GVR-4
733/2000 (R.I.P. TurboRen) Sold.
1505/2000 (Loves strippers) Sold.
832/2000 (parts car) R.I.P.
923/2000 (my 1st) R.I.P.

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1086604 posted 09/22/12 10:13 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
No camera, so not pic's today.

-Installed new Beck/Arnley inner tie ends, new Moog outer tie rod ends, new Beck/Arnley Bellow boots on my steering rack. Installed rack, and replaced o-rings for the input & output ports.
-Installed Power steering hoses.
-Bent Output A/C hard line to clear Cyclone coil park bracket. Installed output and input A/C hard line to compressor.
-Routed vacuum hoses to control Cyclone butterfly valves via Fuel Pressure Regulator using this diagram.

-Installed new OEM pivot ball
-Installed new OEM fork assy
-Installed new OEM throw out bearing
-Installed new OEM transmission input shaft seal
-Installed new OEM CV axle shaft seals in transmission.



1990 MMC GVR-4
733/2000 (R.I.P. TurboRen) Sold.
1505/2000 (Loves strippers) Sold.
832/2000 (parts car) R.I.P.
923/2000 (my 1st) R.I.P.

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1087245 posted 09/26/12 08:45 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Pic's from this pass weekend, I have to say dropping in a engine/transmission by myself was nerve-racking.


Resurfaced RRE Lighten Flywheel



ACT Pressure Plate 2600 and street disc clutch



Engine and tranny in the air.



Engine and tranny in.




1990 MMC GVR-4
733/2000 (R.I.P. TurboRen) Sold.
1505/2000 (Loves strippers) Sold.
832/2000 (parts car) R.I.P.
923/2000 (my 1st) R.I.P.


Edited by citymunky (09/26/12 08:52 PM)

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1091905 posted 10/30/12 09:24 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Not much progress in the last month.

-I figured out you can't ES front anti-sway bar bushings to work on a Whiteline 22mm anti-sway bar. Boring out the bushing didn't work, so I need to find some Whiteline bushings.
-Robbed 823/2000's pass side steering rack mount bracket since I couldn't find one.
-Swapped in the Stock suspension from 823/2000 (not torqued yet)
-Replace input & output seals on Transfer case. Cleaned the transfer case up a bit, and installed it.
-Routed wire harness on engine and tranny
-Soldered in quick connect injector clips
-Soldered in power steering ground pigtail
-Soldered in TB ground pigtail
-Replaced and soldered in A/C temp pigtail for T-Stat Housing.
-Reposition aftermarket circuit breaker box
-Removed sheared off CAS stud, and installed a new shorter one
-Installed Black-top CAS
-Routed hard A/C line, replace o-rings
-Sandblasted/cleaned/install Cruse Control box, and vac. (If it is broken or I don't the like it, I still have a non-cruse cable
-Sandblasted A/C fan bracket
-Sandblasted A/C drier mount
-Made and Routed Oil feed line for turbo, including an Earl's -4 AN inline filter.



1990 MMC GVR-4
733/2000 (R.I.P. TurboRen) Sold.
1505/2000 (Loves strippers) Sold.
832/2000 (parts car) R.I.P.
923/2000 (my 1st) R.I.P.

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1091917 posted 10/30/12 10:25 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Quoting citymunky:

Not much progress in the last month.

-I figured out you can't ES front anti-sway bar bushings to work on a Whiteline 22mm anti-sway bar. Boring out the bushing didn't work, so I need to find some Whiteline bushings.




Yeah I figured that out a long time ago and frankly didn't have much better luck with the whiteline bushings. I remember one of their larger bars didn't actually even have specific bushings made for it, but I cannot remember which one. Anyway eventually I couldn't take it anymore and decided to just do it properly.



Your car looks to be coming along nicely by the way.

I'm in the process of doing quite a lot of similar stuff to my daily and I have to say a lot of the advice I got on here was true. I am sure my other car will be fun when it is done but it is a real eye opener as to just how quick and fun to drive these cars can be with largely OEM upgrades from newer or different Mitsubishi models.



Getting old sucks ... but it sure beats the alternative !!!


Edited by cheekychimp (10/31/12 02:33 AM)

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1092196 posted 11/01/12 11:43 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
You have anymore info on those brackets? It also looks like something was welded on the side.

EDIT: I just found out the 22mm Whiteline bushings that they offer are for rear not the front. The has to be the reason why they didn't work for you.

When I removed the front sway bar it had yellow poly bushing, but they were beat up and I'm trash them. Looks like I'm going to have to find custom bushings like I did for my 27mm rear sway bar.


Edited by citymunky (11/01/12 01:22 PM)

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1092239 posted 11/01/12 03:16 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Just ordered x2 M12x1.25x50mm Allen socket bolts for my O2 housing to downpipe flange. $20 shipped , but it will make installing my downpipe easier.

Turning a Hex bolt 1/8 to 1/6 of a turn until tight sucks.

The Bolt



1990 MMC GVR-4
733/2000 (R.I.P. TurboRen) Sold.
1505/2000 (Loves strippers) Sold.
832/2000 (parts car) R.I.P.
923/2000 (my 1st) R.I.P.


Edited by citymunky (11/02/12 05:55 AM)

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1092341 posted 11/02/12 12:54 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Quoting citymunky:

You have anymore info on those brackets? It also looks like something was welded on the side.

EDIT: I just found out the 22mm Whiteline bushings that they offer are for rear not the front. The has to be the reason why they didn't work for you.

When I removed the front sway bar it had yellow poly bushing, but they were beat up and I'm trash them. Looks like I'm going to have to find custom bushings like I did for my 27mm rear sway bar.




The brackets were custom made locally. The welding you can see is on the sway bar itself and not the bracket. With stock or poly bushings the bar is held tight and any movement is taken up by the elasticity of the bushing itself. Here the bar rotates freely inside a hard 'bushing' inside the bracket. It isn't loose but at the same time sufficient force would cause some lateral movement. The 'stop' was welded on to the bar to prevent that and keep the bar central. It has one at each end.

I agree it seems highly likely that that is why I never managed to get my bushings to fit. These brackets have worked so well for me I recently had the same thing done for the 27 mm bar I am putting onto the rear of the daily and eventually I may do something similar at the front on that car as well.



Getting old sucks ... but it sure beats the alternative !!!


Edited by cheekychimp (11/02/12 01:02 AM)

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1092352 posted 11/02/12 06:00 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
So the welded part is just a sway bar lateral locks.



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733/2000 (R.I.P. TurboRen) Sold.
1505/2000 (Loves strippers) Sold.
832/2000 (parts car) R.I.P.
923/2000 (my 1st) R.I.P.

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1092356 posted 11/02/12 07:02 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Yes. The ones you posted are prettier but I like the security of the welded ones. No way to work loose.



Getting old sucks ... but it sure beats the alternative !!!

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1096175 posted 11/30/12 09:56 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
So it's been a while since I touched the car. Yesterday I installed my new FP 255lph fuel pump, and I was routing my -8 Fuel hose. I need smaller adel clamps to hold my fuel hose tighter the -10s adel clamps I have are just too big.

I just placed a order for Whiteline 22mm Sway Bar bushing P/N: KSK066-22 form ETS. Damn crap cost me $40 after shipping. After calling Whiteline USA that's what they said I needed, so I hope I can get them to work, as I need to finish installing my front sway bar so I could install my front struts, front axles, downpipe and driveshaft.



1990 MMC GVR-4
733/2000 (R.I.P. TurboRen) Sold.
1505/2000 (Loves strippers) Sold.
832/2000 (parts car) R.I.P.
923/2000 (my 1st) R.I.P.

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1096512 posted 12/03/12 09:32 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
I got to work on the car this weekend, it was nice because it was in the 60's and not 30's.

I found some smaller adel clamps I had laying around that worked for the -8 stainless steel braided fuel hose.

-I routed the fuel hose on the pass side of the car with it crossing over to the driver's behind the diff. I did my best to not have the hose rub on any part of the car however it's contacting the forward part of the pass side trailing arm. I need to wrap it in anti-chaff tape and zip-tie the ends to the tape doesn't unwind.
-Installed Earl's -8 AN in-line fuel filter ( I need to find so -8 Quick Disconnect fittings so cleaning the filter wouldn't leave me with pool of fuel on my garage floor. QD's )
-Painted my Rear Diff housing
-Installed Rear Diff (3 Bolt VLSD {B1G})
-Installed driveshaft with solid 6061 aluminum bushings (Machined from a solid block of aluminum from Slit Motorsports). This was pain in the ass as one of my carrier bearing tabs were bend slightly. The driveshaft was rebuild with new carrier bearings and balanced at a local Fleet repair shop.
-Try to install my 27mm sway bar. However the bar is so big I can't bolt in the bracket because I can't start the bolts. I have petty much have to grind the bolt holes inward toward the middle.
-Order 5/8" ID spacers from Jegs for my upper adjustable control arms.

My rear end is also done

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1097258 posted 12/08/12 10:04 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
I got some work done yesterday while I was off

The night before I had the late watch so I took my rear axles so I can recondition them. They were not as bad as my front axles, they just needed some cleaning, slight rust removal and new green paint.

Once I got home:
-I installed my rear VLSD axles.
-Installed my rear adjustable upper control arm using Jegs tapered spacers, tight fit but it works.
-finish installing my rear sway bar using allen key head bolts (If anybody thinks it would be a good idea to have a custom 27mm rear bar made, please think again and just get Whiteline's 26mm. 27mm = )
-Installed the stock rear stocks from 832/2000 (until Evo 8/9 coilovers replaces them)
-cleaned rear brake calipers
-installed the Pass side rear rotor, caliper and pads.
-I tried to install the drivers side caliper, but I can't screw down the piston to fit over my rear pads. I might have to rebuild that caliper as I only have a extra pass side caliper.

And if it was not noted somewhere else I had install new Moog rear sway bar links and bushing. However I just found some new Energy Suspension black polyurethane end link bushings on my shelf so I'm going to replace the Moog rubbers for these.



1990 MMC GVR-4
733/2000 (R.I.P. TurboRen) Sold.
1505/2000 (Loves strippers) Sold.
832/2000 (parts car) R.I.P.
923/2000 (my 1st) R.I.P.

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1098869 posted 12/18/12 08:58 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
After waiting 17 days I got these in yesterday.




Here they are installed and they do fit. Installation was not the easiest thing to do, but overall not as bad as everybody makes it out to be or maybe it's the aircraft mechanic skills. . My Whiteline 22mm anti-sway bar was up, bolted and tq'ed to spec in 10 minutes.




Next I started to install the front axles, and bolted up my 3000GT SL calipers.


Since I been spoiled with auto dimming rear view mirrors in every other car I owned, there is no way I'm going to stick with the Galant's stock mirror. SoI picked up a Gentex 125 Auto dimming mirror out of a Chrysler 300M to install in my GVR4. Wiring is very basic (12v, ground and reverse signal input). I might return for a Gentex 177 with temp and compass.


Edited by citymunky (12/18/12 09:08 PM)

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1099234 posted 12/20/12 05:30 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
This is the engine bay in its current state. I'm waiting until end of the build to paint the valve cover since it's tool holder most of the time.


Old school Charged Air Systems AFPR with Jegs gauge.


Fuse holder that everybody always leave danging, and 3 BAR GM MAP sensor mounted.


-4 AN Oil feed hose that I made fed from OFH. Inline Earl's filter. The 90 deg there to clear my Civic FAL fan.


My "new" power steering cooler, since I never had one.

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1099678 posted 12/24/12 01:55 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
-Mounted radiator with FAL fan (including modded fan hardness)
-Installed front subframe to front support connectors
-Sent my Spearco intercooler to have new lower mounting tabs welded on. (I need a welder BAD)
-Returned my Gentex 125 mirror for a Gentex 177 mirror (compass/temp). However I didn't realize its compass version only. All other 177's I seen online all have temp readout, so I guess it's just my luck.




1990 MMC GVR-4
733/2000 (R.I.P. TurboRen) Sold.
1505/2000 (Loves strippers) Sold.
832/2000 (parts car) R.I.P.
923/2000 (my 1st) R.I.P.

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1100410 posted 12/29/12 02:47 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Got it some Axis Ultimate front brake pads for my Brembo rotors.




1990 MMC GVR-4
733/2000 (R.I.P. TurboRen) Sold.
1505/2000 (Loves strippers) Sold.
832/2000 (parts car) R.I.P.
923/2000 (my 1st) R.I.P.

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1102021 posted 01/07/13 10:44 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post   
Just got done breeding my brakes with ATE super blue DOT4. It's not normal seeing blue fluid in the master cylinder res.



1990 MMC GVR-4
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1505/2000 (Loves strippers) Sold.
832/2000 (parts car) R.I.P.
923/2000 (my 1st) R.I.P.

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