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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby mety57 » May 1st, 2012, 9:32 pm

Biggs3ne wrote:
sound boy 64 wrote:
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sound boy 64 wrote:anyone here ever did a SR swap in their cs lancer? i have a few questions


I have a padna who did it? what you want to know?


would the fuel pump work back?
which mounts would need major mods?
would the shifter work back?
axels i could figure that out 8-)


1. The fuel pump will work.
2. Your Mech will have to build a bracket for the Left and right Mount. Engine and Tranny mount I guess. Not sure what he meant by left and right.
3.The shifter would work.
4. B14 SR20 axles would do just fine.

I once considered this and thanks to the tuners on this forum I did not follow through. Best thing to do is save and buy a car with a bigger engine and more power if speed is what you looking for.

Good luck if you decide to go ahead. The choice is yours.

biggs this is a cs lancer thread mitsu's only ....this cross breed thing u supporting :evil: :evil: if the man had a padna that did it well he should ask the padna....plenty ppl does be bad talking mitsubishi cross-breeding is adding salt to the wound

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby EXODUS » May 1st, 2012, 9:37 pm

Biggs3ne wrote:For those who are still in doubt about grounding their ride:

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Re: CS Lancer!

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby BrotherHood » May 1st, 2012, 11:41 pm

So all I need to do this grounding/big 3 is just some 4ga power wire then.

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby Biggs3ne » May 2nd, 2012, 7:14 am

BrotherHood wrote:So all I need to do this grounding/big 3 is just some 4ga power wire then.


Just buy out 5-7 yards of 4ga and about 8 ring terminals to be safe. Don't forget sand paper or any thing u could use to clean the grounding points on the chasis, engine and tranny.

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby meterboy » May 2nd, 2012, 9:18 am

Hi guys

I'm new to this forum and i love how meticulus and diverse this website/forum is! I'm from St. Lucia and i'm trying to find an ECU for a CS3A Lancer

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby mety57 » May 2nd, 2012, 9:14 pm

ii have a tranny ecu

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby luckyloulou » May 3rd, 2012, 2:58 pm

any 1 know who cud reflash GDI 4g93T ECU?

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby turbo_beast369 » May 4th, 2012, 7:52 am

^^^check xtech

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby QG » May 4th, 2012, 11:45 pm

meterboy wrote:Hi guys

I'm new to this forum and i love how meticulus and diverse this website/forum is! I'm from St. Lucia and i'm trying to find an ECU for a CS3A Lancer



Welcome to the forum!!

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby QG » May 4th, 2012, 11:48 pm

Biggs3ne wrote:I had to buy a coil pack on Saturday because the stem broke off the old one and got stuck in the hole. All I need is the coil stem and the old one would be as good as new. Does any one have a coil stem jut lying around by chance.



Late last year moms bought two sets of BRAND new coil packs for the Lancer after the car was giving trouble and diagnostic scan keeps saying coil problem :lol: :lol: , if I find the other one laying around then you can get it.

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby ZeroOne » May 5th, 2012, 6:44 am

meterboy wrote:Hi guys

I'm new to this forum and i love how meticulus and diverse this website/forum is! I'm from St. Lucia and i'm trying to find an ECU for a CS3A Lancer


Welcome 8-)

The CS has a total of 3 ECU's ( i think) engine, tranny and cant recall the other one.

You need to post which one you looking for.

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby anthonyanthony » May 5th, 2012, 3:10 pm

As fas as I know the cs3 lancer (2005) one ECU for the engine / cvt tranny. It is located up under the dash.
Then their is an ecu for the SRS and one for the ABS.
Then their is one in the fuse box under the dash called the ETAC ecu.
Another on e in the engine bay fuse box ie the green fella called the FRONT END ecu.
Their are also an ECU in the steering column, one for the power windows/ door locks and one for the instrument panel built into the instrument panel cluster.
Thats all I can remenber

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby Ted_v2 » May 5th, 2012, 8:13 pm

anyone have any CS disk and calipers around?

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby turbo_beast369 » May 6th, 2012, 9:44 am

^^^yep

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby BrotherHood » May 6th, 2012, 12:08 pm

Has anyone ever crossdrill/slot/vent their OEM CS rotors?

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby ZeroOne » May 6th, 2012, 12:11 pm

Why would you do that when you can buy the slotted and cross drilled aftermarket rotas?

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby Ted_v2 » May 6th, 2012, 12:56 pm

turbo_beast369 wrote:^^^yep

send meh a lil pm with the price if you wanna sell

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby BrotherHood » May 6th, 2012, 1:22 pm

ZeroOne wrote:Why would you do that when you can buy the slotted and cross drilled aftermarket rotas?

I know there are aftermarket ones being sold. I just threw the question out there to any, if any at all and if possible, potential pioneers of the said project.
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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby turbo_beast369 » May 6th, 2012, 1:24 pm

ZeroOne wrote:Why would you do that when you can buy the slotted and cross drilled aftermarket rotas?
whaz dat?

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yes I know a guy with a machine shop that did his own (cross drilled and slotted)...the price is reasonable compared to buying good brand name rotors such as DBA, Powerslot, Brembo etc....I don't recommend buyin cheap aftermarket rotors (even tho men buy it and say it does wuk bess)

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby EXODUS » May 6th, 2012, 2:06 pm

^^^ ammm i bought my sp performance slotted @ dualstar @ 1000 a pr. hav em almost 3 yrs n counting n works like a charm tho i dont feel any diff. not that u wud "feel" the cooling aspect

anyway :D. go ahead, drill urs n watch dem crack away. companies that sells aftermarket rotors test n verify it can withstand abuse and the materials wud be a tad stronger to compensate for drilled surfaces.... this is not a DIY thingy.

if only i cud get my hands on slotted for the rear discs eh

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby turbo_beast369 » May 6th, 2012, 2:34 pm

geometron wrote:^^^ ammm i bought my sp performance slotted @ dualstar @ 1000 a pr. hav em almost 3 yrs n counting n works like a charm tho i dont feel any diff. not that u wud "feel" the cooling aspect

anyway :D. go ahead, drill urs n watch dem crack away. companies that sells aftermarket rotors test n verify it can withstand abuse and the materials wud be a tad stronger to compensate for drilled surfaces.... this is not a DIY thingy.

if only i cud get my hands on slotted for the rear discs eh


notice I said the word "cheap" eh...$1,000 a pair isn't my definition of cheap...I talkin bout no name chinese/taiwanese rotors...they crack and warp easily with excessive heat, also they cut down fast, it also depends what disc pad you use....

if I had the option I would have only slotted my stock rotors BUT I already bought DBA rotors so no need to do that....btw geometron my rear discs are slotted eh :mrgreen:

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby Ted_v2 » May 6th, 2012, 5:52 pm

turbo_beast369 wrote:
ZeroOne wrote:Why would you do that when you can buy the slotted and cross drilled aftermarket rotas?
whaz dat?

BrotherHood
yes I know a guy with a machine shop that did his own (cross drilled and slotted)...the price is reasonable compared to buying good brand name rotors such as DBA, Powerslot, Brembo etc....I don't recommend buyin cheap aftermarket rotors (even tho men buy it and say it does wuk bess)


ill might try it one day but go with slotted

drilled would def. weaken the rotors

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby EXODUS » May 6th, 2012, 8:46 pm

turbo_beast369 wrote:
geometron wrote:^^^ ammm i bought my sp performance slotted @ dualstar @ 1000 a pr. hav em almost 3 yrs n counting n works like a charm tho i dont feel any diff. not that u wud "feel" the cooling aspect

anyway :D. go ahead, drill urs n watch dem crack away. companies that sells aftermarket rotors test n verify it can withstand abuse and the materials wud be a tad stronger to compensate for drilled surfaces.... this is not a DIY thingy.

if only i cud get my hands on slotted for the rear discs eh


notice I said the word "cheap" eh...$1,000 a pair isn't my definition of cheap...I talkin bout no name chinese/taiwanese rotors...they crack and warp easily with excessive heat, also they cut down fast, it also depends what disc pad you use....

if I had the option I would have only slotted my stock rotors BUT I already bought DBA rotors so no need to do that....btw geometron my rear discs are slotted eh :mrgreen:



DBA? wayyzzzz n u saying 1000 expensive... oh the irony :D. DBA kangaroo paw orr?


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yep cus i got the SP drilled/slotted like in pic above, with wagners pads on are they hold just fine... wud like to upgrade to a brembo setup 1 day if $ flows rightfully...or jus sell my project n get me a fresh Evo 9 :evil: :evil: :evil:

rear slotted ? from what vehicle? ralliart wagon orr? lucky bastardddd

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby Rooki3 » May 7th, 2012, 12:18 am

BrotherHood wrote:
ZeroOne wrote:Why would you do that when you can buy the slotted and cross drilled aftermarket rotas?

I know there are aftermarket ones being sold. I just threw the question out there to any, if any at all and if possible, potential pioneers of the said project.
8-)


won't doing that weaken the structural integrity of the rotor?

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby mety57 » May 7th, 2012, 7:36 am

i got myself some even cheaper rotors.. $600 from m&n and slapped some wagner pads on for about 10 months now ....but i think it,s all in what break pads one use

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby EXODUS » May 7th, 2012, 8:40 am

http://www.amsoil.com/storefront/apf.aspx

fellaz...was thinking to try this out.. hit me a feedback if you all use something of the sort or whats a good alternative.

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby KURMAman » May 7th, 2012, 1:41 pm

Hey ppl,

I was wondering if u all know of any dependable mechanics that can change my mounts. Im up st augustine/curepe side during the day and was wondering if u all have any recommendations. thnx for any info.

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby BrotherHood » May 7th, 2012, 3:21 pm

Rooki3 wrote:
BrotherHood wrote:
ZeroOne wrote:Why would you do that when you can buy the slotted and cross drilled aftermarket rotas?

I know there are aftermarket ones being sold. I just threw the question out there to any, if any at all and if possible, potential pioneers of the said project.
8-)


won't doing that weaken the structural integrity of the rotor?

Yes it would, just as resurfacing a rotor disk would. More prone to crack under pressure. Not that i want to do it, just a thought I had because i want to do the rotor disk upgrade and was thinking that companies may have experimented.

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Re: CS Lancer!

Postby turbo_beast369 » May 7th, 2012, 4:53 pm

geometron wrote:
turbo_beast369 wrote:
geometron wrote:^^^ ammm i bought my sp performance slotted @ dualstar @ 1000 a pr. hav em almost 3 yrs n counting n works like a charm tho i dont feel any diff. not that u wud "feel" the cooling aspect

anyway :D. go ahead, drill urs n watch dem crack away. companies that sells aftermarket rotors test n verify it can withstand abuse and the materials wud be a tad stronger to compensate for drilled surfaces.... this is not a DIY thingy.

if only i cud get my hands on slotted for the rear discs eh


notice I said the word "cheap" eh...$1,000 a pair isn't my definition of cheap...I talkin bout no name chinese/taiwanese rotors...they crack and warp easily with excessive heat, also they cut down fast, it also depends what disc pad you use....

if I had the option I would have only slotted my stock rotors BUT I already bought DBA rotors so no need to do that....btw geometron my rear discs are slotted eh :mrgreen:



DBA? wayyzzzz n u saying 1000 expensive... oh the irony :D. DBA kangaroo paw orr?


rear slotted ? from what vehicle? ralliart wagon orr? lucky bastardddd


I never said $1000 was expensive lol

yes front and rear slotted...I still have on the stock rotors (yes from a ralliart wagon) I jus waiting to finish out my disc pads then I'll install the new rotors with the new Hawk HPS pads

http://www.autoaccessoriesgarage.com/Br ... _309500124

this is the front...the slotted pattern is the same

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