GalantVR4.org The Mitsubishi Galant VR-4 Forum
Galant VR-4 Forums » Galant VR-4 » General VR4 Discussions » build #62 - UPDATE 9/10/13 w/ great news
Previous thread Next thread

build #62 - UPDATE 9/10/13 w/ great news


Whoodoo
buff guys = good time but my dream is to fondle 1051
62/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 857609 posted 12/13/09 07:13 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Warning: this may turn out to be the longest and most boring build of mankind.

Goals: reliability, comfort, and mild performance.

Background: I bought the car completely stock over the summer and it has been, and will continue to be doing DD duties if everything goes as planned. I don't have a huge budget or a lot of time to work on the car as I go to school in NY and live in Seattle where the car will stay.

So while talking to Mr. Hightower today at the XXX root beer meet, I got motivated to do a few 'free' mods.

1) removed the BCS restricter
2) removed the MAS silencer
3) eliminated the post-intercooler line of the BCS to wastegate

I guess it raises boost by about 1-2 psi, but I dont have a boost guage so I really can't verify any hard numbers. What I can tell you is that it pulls a little bit more a little bit quicker. I didn't notice the turbo or BOV getting much louder from the silencer removal. I guess for free I can't complain.



62/2k


Edited by Whoodoo (09/10/13 09:58 PM)

Posts: 923 | From: Binghamton, NY | Member Since: 07/11/09 | IP: (98.111.95.191) | Report this post to a Moderator

Whoodoo
buff guys = good time but my dream is to fondle 1051
62/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 857939 posted 12/14/09 10:50 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Got some new wheels on and the short shifter in (see here for shifter build thread). I put on a new grill as well. Its from an Eterna and has the red mistu diamonds removed. I like it much better than the stock one because I've never been a huge fan of chrome. I also put on the vr4.org decals in the rear windows. I got the JDM lower rear door decals but am still on the fence whether or not I want to put them on.

The wheels are 17x8 with a 45mm offset and the tires are 245/45's and mostly fit well. The fronts don't rub at all, even at full lock. Keep in mind I still have stock suspension.





This is a terrible picture, but I'm working with a really old camera. The very outside edge of the rear tires barely rubbed on the trailing arm seam.



With the wheel removed, you can see in the middle circle the shiny spot where the rubber was contacting the trailing arm.



Simple fix though. Just get the angle grinder and take it down about an eight of an inch. I slapped on some black spray paint just to prevent surface rust.





Other than the surface rust on the discs and exhaust, the underside of the car is surprisingly clean. Seattle treats cars very well Now I just have to get the wub wubs sorted out


Edited by Whoodoo (12/14/09 10:55 PM)

Posts: 923 | From: Binghamton, NY | Member Since: 07/11/09 | IP: (98.111.95.191) | Report this post to a Moderator

Whoodoo
buff guys = good time but my dream is to fondle 1051
62/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 859047 posted 12/18/09 04:43 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
I smoked the corners. Thought about doing the tails as well, but I want to polish them and get all the raised DOT scribbles off of them before I do.



62/2k

Posts: 923 | From: Binghamton, NY | Member Since: 07/11/09 | IP: (98.111.95.191) | Report this post to a Moderator

Whoodoo
buff guys = good time but my dream is to fondle 1051
62/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 861440 posted 12/29/09 11:39 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Few things to update but yet again, nothing too special.

Took the taillights off and polished them like I'd planned. It was easy, just get a basin with a little water and wet sand with 220 to get the lettering off and then step up to 1500 then polishing compound and a few soft cloths. I would have liked to go up to 3000 before the compound, but didn't have any handy.



I noticed that the tray cover right in front of the shifter had seen better days, so I took it off and what did I find?



The glue holding all the little fuzzies on had begun to deteriorate. It took forever to clean off and was a big sticky mess. The razor didn't help any and solvents just made things worse. I ended up having to roll it all off with my fingers... not fun. I wanted to cover it with something nice and I found some microsuede that matches the door panels at the local fabric store. I pulled a cloth covered center console lid from a 92 at the junkyard and covered it with suede as well.



I like it because it breaks up the sea of black leather and feels cool too.

Also, I finally got the chance to use the car for what it was made for.



Probably won't be any updates for a while. School is starting up on the 7th and as its my last semester I don't know where a job will surface. Thanks for looking

Posts: 923 | From: Binghamton, NY | Member Since: 07/11/09 | IP: (98.111.95.191) | Report this post to a Moderator

Whoodoo
buff guys = good time but my dream is to fondle 1051
62/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 861943 posted 01/01/10 09:59 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Its been done many times before - took the dash out and repainted the needles red. Also, because I don't like the green dash lights, I took off all the condoms from the green lights and I like result. Its a horrible photo because my camera is a billion years old, but you get the idea. Oh I also painted red over all the orange bits on the dash. This was a bit difficult because you have to make sure to put an even coat on or else it looks splotchy when the backlights are on.




62/2k

Posts: 923 | From: Binghamton, NY | Member Since: 07/11/09 | IP: (98.111.95.191) | Report this post to a Moderator

4thStroke
Spence knows tools
786/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 862036 posted 01/02/10 06:07 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      


Nice work! I like where your build is going.

I wish I could have made it to the XXX meet. I bought my car from Hightower and have been wanting to catch up with him for some time now. Meeting local VR4 enthusiasts is always a good time.

Posts: 1864 | From: Vancouver, WA | Member Since: 10/22/07 | IP: (71.214.80.67) | Report this post to a Moderator

Whoodoo
buff guys = good time but my dream is to fondle 1051
62/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 862052 posted 01/02/10 08:04 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Yea Greg is a really cool guy. As far as the build goes, I don't have the resources necessary to get performance mods done right. So, because those will have to come later, I've been trying to do all the other little things that get sometimes get overlooked. I'm very fortunate to have started with an extremely clean car.



62/2k

Posts: 923 | From: Binghamton, NY | Member Since: 07/11/09 | IP: (71.231.72.65) | Report this post to a Moderator

cooliomo
Junior Member
849/1000



Galant VR-4 org Post #: 862666 posted 01/05/10 04:02 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
very clean ride, wish i could made it to the xxx meet but i was at the english racing dyno day

Posts: 27 | From: Port Orchard, WA | Member Since: 09/21/09 | IP: (24.113.43.118) | Report this post to a Moderator

Whoodoo
buff guys = good time but my dream is to fondle 1051
62/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 921656 posted 08/09/10 11:46 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Ok, so I think its time for another update.

As some of you may know, 62 had a balance shaft belt fail, which caused the main timing belt to jump some teeth on the crank sprocket, which caused the pistons to hit the valves. All of my valves were bent and even a few rockers got busted up. So, I am now in the middle of fixing that as well as doing a BS delete and timing belt replacement.

Here I have everything removed. Pretty much the only thing I haven't taken off is the transmission and crankshaft.


A friend of my brother's let me use his lathe, so I turned down the rear balance shaft a la AMS.


Most of the valves bent so much the rockers came off and flew around. One of them even broke apart and sent its rollers everywhere. I think I found them all.


I think this was the first time the turbo has been taken off because all but two of the studs broke. The old manifold will be replaced with a 2g because it looks like this.


I've been doing a lot of cleaning because three of the four front CV boots tore and sent their lovely goo all over everything (I'm replacing these as well, I just need to get a 32mm socket for the wheel nuts). Also, it may have had an oil leak from the passenger side front corner of the valve cover at one point because everything in that area is caked in oily dirt.

I just got in from taking the turbo apart and, turns out, it was the culprit for my car's oil appetite. The cold side was pretty oily inside and all the o-ring seals had become really hard and broke in some spots. Right now the turbine wheel and center section are soaking in kerosene so they can be cleaned tomorrow.

Parts should be coming in sometime soon, including a jdm head with some sweet cams in it, so I'll get more pictures up once newly cleaned bits and pieces find their way back into the car.

On another note, I found a set of 2g 3kgt vr4 calipers at the pull-a-part yard a little bit ago. Due to the mounting ears being longer on these 2g calipers, I'll be making my own brackets to mount them. I also grabbed the rear trailing arms so now I have the parts for 3kgt brakes all around. That might take a little while, though, as I don't yet have a full time job. Stay tuned.



62/2k

Posts: 923 | From: Binghamton, NY | Member Since: 07/11/09 | IP: (98.111.86.120) | Report this post to a Moderator

LocoCabbage
Unregistered


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 921907 posted 08/11/10 02:23 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Nice car. I just bought a 92' shell with suspension and the interior done. It's really clean and I also go to school out of state. Im going to follow your thread and make my own soon

| | | IP: (24.13.66.176) | Report this post to a Moderator

Whoodoo
buff guys = good time but my dream is to fondle 1051
62/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 923543 posted 08/18/10 12:22 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Ok, more pictures for you all.

I've been working the last few days at my part time job so I didn't have much time to work on the car. Also, I have been not very good about taking pictures while I'm doing work on the car so I apologize about that. What I can do is show you where I work.

Back story: last summer my dad asked if I would help him fix the boat. It needed a new engine, and I needed a place to work on it. So, I decided to clean out the shed thats in the back yard. It had been used as storage for all the yard tools, chemicals, paint, camping supplies, building materials, etc. for the last twenty years. It's not a whole lot of space, but I can listen to music and get the place dirty.

Here you can see the new CV boots I just finished. Now I can get that and the oil pan back on and clean the block off with degreaser.


The other end of my workstation. These are some of the parts I've cleaned. You can see the lack of space makes things a bit difficult but I have a few things hanging from the ceiling to avoid too much clutter.


Here's a box of covers and hoses and things that have all been cleaned of the goop that seemed to have permeated every surface of my engine.


The 14b is now rebuilt and bolted to the 2g exhaust manifold I picked up for 35 bucks. I have plans for more power, but I need to get all the supporting mods out of the way before that can become a reality.


One of those mods will be these bad boys . More go means you need more stop and I think these will clean up and do that job pretty well.


And the trailing arms that will let me keep the 4ws. (sorry my toes crept into the frame, I didn't have any room to back up )


So maybe tomorrow I'll get some pictures of my pan/front case/driveshaft install... And lets hope I can have her back up and running by the weekend!



62/2k

Posts: 923 | From: Binghamton, NY | Member Since: 07/11/09 | IP: (98.111.86.120) | Report this post to a Moderator

SouthCaliVR4
Gas Analyzer
825/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 923552 posted 08/18/10 12:36 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
What are the trailing arms off of? Am I seeing drum parking brake?



How do you make a small fortune racing? Start with a very large one!!!

Posts: 984 | From: North county San Diego | Member Since: 07/31/10 | IP: (76.176.152.126) | Report this post to a Moderator

Whoodoo
buff guys = good time but my dream is to fondle 1051
62/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 923566 posted 08/18/10 01:06 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Second generation 3000gt vr4. Yes that is a drum parking brake. The reason why I did this was so I could use the rear two piston calipers from the 3kgt. There has been talk about people wanting to use the rear brakes because they are using the fronts but the problem with that is you would be getting rid of the parking brake. Ours is a mechanism in the rear caliper itself whereas the 3kgt has a drum.

RedTwo had success installing these trailing arms and, as I have already broke new ground installing evo X front struts (more on this later), I thought I would be one of the first to put 3kgt calipers all around as well.



62/2k

Posts: 923 | From: Binghamton, NY | Member Since: 07/11/09 | IP: (98.111.86.120) | Report this post to a Moderator

SouthCaliVR4
Gas Analyzer
825/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 923577 posted 08/18/10 01:34 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Definetly want to hear how this works out.



How do you make a small fortune racing? Start with a very large one!!!

Posts: 984 | From: North county San Diego | Member Since: 07/31/10 | IP: (76.176.152.126) | Report this post to a Moderator

Dbossman
Unregistered


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 923969 posted 08/19/10 11:01 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Interesting^^ +1 on this!

| | | IP: (166.137.137.38) | Report this post to a Moderator

Whoodoo
buff guys = good time but my dream is to fondle 1051
62/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 923985 posted 08/19/10 12:30 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Unfortunately that might take a little while. In order to do the swap with a (so far) stock drivetrain and suspension, I'll need

1) a 4 bolt rear end because the 3kgt trailing arm is 4 bolt. Plus I want an LSD in there eventually anyways
2) a front 5 lug swap because these trailing arms are 5 lug already and it might look a little funny to be 5 lug out back and 4 lug up front
2.1) a set of 5 lug wheels. I'm currently selling the 4 lug wheels I bought last winter and will use the stocker until I have sold the old ones and bought some evos to use at first
3) custom brackets to mount the 2g front calipers on my gvr4 front hubs. TunersNation brackets are for 1g calipers and the 2g calipers I have will stick out too far with them
4) to sort out how my ABS works and how the 3kgt ABS works so that I keep that going - OR - just rip it out, but I'd rather try to keep it
5) to have the calipers bead blasted and powdercoated
6) to get stainless lines for the new set up because this is a go-big-or-go-home kind of job
7) to get new ball joints for the rear control arms because the GVR4's are smaller than the 3kgt VR4's
8) [I'm sure there is a few more things I've missed]

I'll also probably do wheel bearings and replace the brake fluid and maybe get a different master cylinder depending on how the pedal feels. So as you might see, it's not going to be ONLY as simple as bolting the trailing arms up. In fact, that may be the easiest part



62/2k


Edited by Whoodoo (08/23/10 12:15 AM)

Posts: 923 | From: Binghamton, NY | Member Since: 07/11/09 | IP: (98.111.86.120) | Report this post to a Moderator

Whoodoo
buff guys = good time but my dream is to fondle 1051
62/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 924600 posted 08/21/10 06:43 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
I got a bit of work done a few days ago. I got the bottom back together, mostly. I wasted about two hours because I thought I lost the bag with the oil filter housing bolts in it. Turns out it was with all the other bags of bolts and I had just missed it about twenty times.

Here's what the front case looks like with the race shaft in it.


Hooray for clean looking things!


The transfer case was really heavy and a pain to fill up.


And I looked back and never showed the damage to the valves. Needless to say, they are fubar.


I'll be getting the timing belt tools in on monday and I should have her running early next week! I'll also be doing a bit more write-up regarding the evo suspension. The evo X fronts bolt right up and as of right now it looks like it will make the car sit a tad lower without cutting any springs. Although, I made some comparison measurements with half the engine out of the car, so I'll have to wait until the engine bay is all buttoned up to know for sure.



62/2k

Posts: 923 | From: Binghamton, NY | Member Since: 07/11/09 | IP: (98.111.86.120) | Report this post to a Moderator

RedTwo
Rangi Kiwi


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 924792 posted 08/22/10 08:00 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Quoting Whoodoo:


4) to sort out how my ABS works and how the 3kgt ABS works so that I keep that going - OR - just rip it out, but I'd rather try to keep it





The GTO ABS ring has something like 40-ish teeth, where as the VR4 has 90-ish. Maybe you can look into the 1G? ABS ECU swap someone else did to keep ABS when you swap 1G? 5 stud hubs, but I have a feeling the GTO runs a completely different number of teeth to either of those.
You *could* swap the 3 bolt axle flanges on to them to keep the 3 bolt axles, you know, for reliability

Posts: 1917 | From: New Zealand | Member Since: 07/16/08 | IP: (210.54.239.228) | Report this post to a Moderator

Whoodoo
buff guys = good time but my dream is to fondle 1051
62/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 926043 posted 08/27/10 04:13 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
I @#^*ing stripped one of the exhaust manifold threads in the head. I was torquing it down and it didnt even get to 10 ft-lb before it started spinning . So I think I'm going to time-sert all of them so I don't have to worry about stripping them again...

I was hoping to get it fired up today but it looks like that will have to wait.



62/2k


Edited by Whoodoo (08/27/10 04:14 PM)

Posts: 923 | From: Binghamton, NY | Member Since: 07/11/09 | IP: (98.111.86.120) | Report this post to a Moderator

Whoodoo
buff guys = good time but my dream is to fondle 1051
62/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 926125 posted 08/27/10 10:16 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
OK, so I used the stripped-manifol- threads ordeal to get other little things done. I got all of the evo suspension in place. Now I just need to get everything back into the engine bay to see how low she sits. I think I have everything all hooked up as far as the wiring harness goes. I bought more MT90 for the trans which will be filled back up after I get the passenger drive shaft's CV boots all done.

Helpful hint:

If you are doing your CV boots and also want to replace the transmission drive shaft seals, I found a couple really good tools for doing so. The timing belt idler pulley is a perfect fit for the driver side seal while the passenger side seal fits perfectly around a 14b compressor backing plate. Couple the backing plate with a 30mm socket and ten inch 1/2 drive ratchet extension, and you have the perfect tool for tap tap tapping that sucker in.

Onto the pictures. Not too many today as most of the pictures I took today will be heading toward an evo X front strut install thread.

However, this is what I did today. Here is a rear evo 8 strut happy in its new home. Everything under the car is pretty dang filthy. Good thing its not rusty though! Sorry the exhaust hanger is in the way.


Yes, I know I have electrical tape and a zip tie to hold the brake line bracket in place. This will only be temporary because I'll go to stainless lines when I put in the 3kgt brakes and a better solution will be found.

And the other picture... stock exhaust woo! I tried to just drop the downpipe to do all this work, but the bolts were stuck so bad on the cat that I just decided to leave it whole. Doesn't look too bad for being almost 20 years old.


I had wanted to put timeserts in for all of the exhaust manifold stud holes, but it would cost me about 75 bucks to do so. So, I will be using a not quite as good but much cheaper alternative. Stay tuned.



62/2k

Posts: 923 | From: Binghamton, NY | Member Since: 07/11/09 | IP: (98.111.86.120) | Report this post to a Moderator

turbowop
Hard Snarker
1051/2000



Galant VR-4 org Post #: 926187 posted 08/28/10 11:54 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
I know you said it's only temporary, but I would hit up the local hardware store and get a bag of black UV resistant outdoor style zip-ties. They hold up much better than the white/clear ones.



-Mark

A face only a grocery shopper could love.
1051

Posts: 11933 | From: Yakima, WA | Member Since: 04/29/01 | IP: (68.186.95.172) | Report this post to a Moderator

Whoodoo
buff guys = good time but my dream is to fondle 1051
62/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 926753 posted 08/31/10 01:38 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
I wanted to stay away from helicoils because they have always been a pain in my ass. There is another threaded sleeve type product sold by Fastenal called ez-lock. These are cheaper than time-serts because they are installed with a flathead screwdriver. However, they don't lock in like a time-sert and thus, aren't as good. I was under the impression that these ez-locks would be much cheaper and available from the local store, but turns out they aren't really that cheap and weren't in stock. So I had a choice: $35 for ez-locks that would get here in a couple days, or $75 for time-serts which would get here in a couple days.

So, me and my 'go big or go home' attitude got the time-serts.

When they get here I'll get the mani and turbo back on and *hopefully* she'll start right up without a fuss. In the mean time I still have to prime the oiling system, double check that everything is torqued down, get the timing belt on (which won't be hard now that I have the jay racing tools), make sure I plugged everything in right, and generally worry if I've done everything right so far.

It always seems like I'm waiting on something



62/2k

Posts: 923 | From: Binghamton, NY | Member Since: 07/11/09 | IP: (98.111.86.120) | Report this post to a Moderator

Whoodoo
buff guys = good time but my dream is to fondle 1051
62/2000


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 927508 posted 09/02/10 08:48 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
My Time-serts came today yay!

I got a lot of work done, even though it took forever and the sun was quite hot on my back.

Hooray for thread repair!


Putting the studs back in, I found all my old threads still hanging onto one of them.


I've got a few theories as to why they stripped, and one of them has to do with whether or not the flange of the 2g manifold is thinner than the 1g. Is it? If so, perhaps the nut went all the way down the stud and hit the end of the threads. If that happens and you keep turning... no more threads. Well, no matter how they stripped, they are fixed and the mani is torqued down.

Anyways, here's where I stopped. Turbo and lines are all hooked up and the engine is sealed and ready for oil.


Tomorrow I'll be priming the oiling system, putting the intake on, putting on the main timing belt and seeing if she'll fire up and not leak anything.

I have a few questions. I was plugging the alternator back in and found a wire that goes to nothing. It looks like it had a connector in it long ago, but I cant figure out what it went to.


Also, the half moon seal on this head looks like it was squished down and the top of it doesn't sit flush with the rest of the valve cover gasket surface.



I'm experimenting with materials that rtv won't stick to in the hopes that I can build it up to the level of the rest of the valve cover gasket surface. Does anyone have any other suggestions?

Last question... When I was drilling and tapping the middle bottom manifold hole, I didn't realize that it actually goes through to one of the oil drain holes in the head. As a result, some of the chips fell into it. I sucked out all the chips I could see and then shoved the hose down as far as it would go to suck out as many chips as possible. I also poured a bunch of oil down that drain hole and let it drain out the oil pan, but no chips came out. Does that hole go straight down to the pan? What other actions should I take to make sure I don't get any aluminum in the rotating assembly?



62/2k

Posts: 923 | From: Binghamton, NY | Member Since: 07/11/09 | IP: (98.111.86.120) | Report this post to a Moderator

SmoothCustomer
Public school educated knowitall


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 927511 posted 09/02/10 09:03 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
RTV should cure to that half moon gasket unless it is completely dried out and hardened, in fact the fsm calls for it in that location. Also, that hose goes on a little nipple that I BELIEVE is on the power steering pump. If I was in front of an engine I could tell you, but just look for a really small nipple near that location.



-Eric
2015 FR-S

Posts: 3319 | From: Lexington, KY | Member Since: 07/06/08 | IP: (67.252.128.220) | Report this post to a Moderator

SmoothCustomer
Public school educated knowitall


Galant VR-4 org Post #: 927512 posted 09/02/10 09:06 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post   
Also, you may want to get a magnetic drain plug to be safe with that metal. But are you sure it's supposed to go all the way through? Iirc none of them are supposed to, but what do I know? My brother accidentally punctured a stud hole on his ca18dt head and he was actually able to jb weld it enough. Not a preferred permanent fix but it works.



-Eric
2015 FR-S

Posts: 3319 | From: Lexington, KY | Member Since: 07/06/08 | IP: (67.252.128.220) | Report this post to a Moderator


Pages: 1 | 2 | 3
Previous thread Next thread

Extra information
2 registered and 11 anonymous users are browsing this forum.

Galant VR4.org Moderator:  curtis, steve, atc250r, jcgalntvr4-244, cheekychimp, jepherz, Rausch, toybreaker, iceman69510, pot, FlyingEagle 

Print Thread

Forum Permissions
      You cannot start new topics
      You cannot reply to topics
      HTML is disabled
      UBBCode is enabled

Rating:
Thread views: 17838

Rate this thread


News & Events: News | Events
Galant VR-4: Newbies | General VR4 Discussions | Technical Discussions | How To and Info Archive
Marketplace: Parts For Sale | Cars For Sale | Good Guys | Bad Guys
Community: Members' Showcase

Contact Us | Privacy statement GalantVR-4.org

Generated in 0.189 seconds in which 0.075 seconds were spent on a total of 13 queries. Turbo powered.


Hertz's Galant VR-4 Page