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What did you do to your DSM today?

Posted by 92 awd laser, Oct 15, 2010

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  1. godschylde777

    godschylde777 Proven Member

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    Yeah, it cant be helped at this point. I tried every other way. However, at this point I'm more concerned with functionality. Got rid of that cumbersome MSD box.
     

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  2. godschylde777

    godschylde777 Proven Member

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    So for the last week I've been getting the signal lights to work through LEDs seeing as how i do not have a cluster. Wired a CE led as well as a fuel light, which is a chore in itself. Wired the fuel sending unit into the Link Ecu. That was also fun. Wired in Innovate lc2 MTX plus in as well.
     
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  3. Twinturbo120

    Twinturbo120 Proven Member

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    Today I worked on the front tranny mount. I couldn't find the bolt that goes through the tranny and onto the mount. So then I looked at the pile of bolts the car came with and decided the one that goes through tranny mount is small. So I got a huge bolt and nut. Put it on but it's too long and hits the outlet coupler on the HX40. So I take the bolt out and cut. Then I re-thread it. It's dead nuts perfect. So I mount everything up, she's as solid as ever! Now I just gotta wait for the S90 seals to get in, put them on and do a BLT and go from there =)
     
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  4. tametalon92

    tametalon92 Proven Member

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    Decided I'd go out and put my new check valves on, glad I did cuz the plastic ones I had before that we're rated for well above what I needed, we're full of lies..

    Since the pcv side had blown I hadn't gotten into boost, but had noticed on shutdown the brake pedal was back feeding once engine vacuum was lost. After pulling the old valves out, the brake booster one had no diaphragm left in it, found it in the line just before the booster nipple.

    Hopefully these new ones will be a bit more reliable!

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    1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder GST

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  5. Bud92gsx

    Bud92gsx Proven Member

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    Filled up the tires recently with my new air compressor.
     
    1992 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX

    13.300 @ 102.400 MPH
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  6. 311oneG

    311oneG Supporting Member

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    She's all stripped out! found that the HVAC blower control was busted up. Going to the junk yard tomorrow. wish me luck!
     
    1990 Mitsubishi Eclipse GST

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  7. AlmightySo

    AlmightySo Proven Member

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    Orderd some front case bolts, last thing I need to put the pump back all together.
     
    1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX

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  8. godschylde777

    godschylde777 Proven Member

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    Plugged old hole where the harness used to go through the firewall. Finished wiring in fuel light.
     
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  9. Twinturbo120

    Twinturbo120 Proven Member

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    Finally rebuilt the S90 throttle body, no leaking! BLT confirms solid as can be.
     
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  10. tametalon92

    tametalon92 Proven Member

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    Do you mean the blower motor resistor? If so, why not just buy a new one? They are only about $20-$25 iirc brand new, I got mine from O'Reilly's.

    If you mean the actual cable, brackets and knob/gear assembly, then by all means proceed as before. Nothing to see here :shhh:
     
    1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder GST

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  11. 311oneG

    311oneG Supporting Member

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    Yeah I'm meaning the knob on the dash... I got a hot lead on a 1gb in a junkyard with a pristine interior. I'm going first thing in the morning to pull the whole dash..
     
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  12. Lancer_lover

    Lancer_lover Probationary Member

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    Gonna charge the battery and check every hose :)
     
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  13. 311oneG

    311oneG Supporting Member

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    Was tipped off to a 1gb talon in the junk yard. Showed up first thing the morning and pulled the dash and some odds and ends. There were 2 other people who came by. Glad I snagged stuff first! Lol
     

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  14. gdb1039

    gdb1039 Proven Member

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    I updated my ecmlink v3 firmware. Having the fuel pump kick on with the key is amazing. So much easier to start the car after it's been off for awhile.
     
    1995 Eagle Talon TSi AWD

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  15. import solutions

    import solutions Probationary Member

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    Painted my carpet to Black,from my low budget proyect
     

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  16. techboy

    techboy Proven Member

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    Installed 3G upper control arms in the rear and disassembled the rear brakes in prep for a rebuild.
     
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  17. Lancer_lover

    Lancer_lover Probationary Member

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    Bought some poythane glue and filled my bushings and painted the lower engine mount/bracket the long one under the car LOL .
     
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  18. GSXbooster

    GSXbooster Proven Member

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    Installed some Whiteline lateral locks on the rear swaybar today.

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    1995 Eagle Talon TSi AWD

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    1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX (sold)

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  19. 1990TSIAWDTALON

    1990TSIAWDTALON Moderator

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    Checked bore, out of round and all crank jounals...preping for a couple 6 bolt builds. Screenshot_20190113-201318_Video Player.jpg
     
    1992 Eagle Talon TSi AWD

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    1990 Eagle Talon TSi AWD

    13.620 @ 108.460 MPH
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  20. Lancer_lover

    Lancer_lover Probationary Member

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    So guys nees to help again . Changed to a fuel lab looking filter and a AN 6 fittings byt it idles fine but if u rev it it hesitates or bogs kinda its kinda hard to hear on cam but :)

     
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  21. TWOpointFORliter

    TWOpointFORliter Proven Member

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    Replaced the crank sprocket and ported the pressure relief valve on my evo9 OFH.
     
    1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX

    11.754 @ 119.060 MPH
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  22. tunedbysaturnsl

    tunedbysaturnsl Proven Member

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    Which sway bar is that? And what size locks did you use? I’m eventually gonna toss a set on my bars.
     
    1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse GST

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  23. tunedbysaturnsl

    tunedbysaturnsl Proven Member

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    I started her up to let her idle the other day. Installed my JMFab clutch reservoir cap.

    I sigh every time I walk by her since I haven’t given her any decent road time in over a year. My knee just isn’t in the best of shape anymore. But, I can’t bring myself to put her for sale. So I just keep putting in money, parts, and work when I can. At least, she’s pretty to look at.
     
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  24. GSXbooster

    GSXbooster Proven Member

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    That is the RM Racing rear sway bar. The lateral locks are the 20mm size.
     
    1995 Eagle Talon TSi AWD

    Road Race Build

    T25   manual
    1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX (sold)

    Road Race Build

    370.9 whp   343.8 lb/ft
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  25. iaintmaci

    iaintmaci Proven Member

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    I started ordering parts to 6-bolt swap the Spyder after I spun a bearing in the +200k mile bone stock engine. Once the first parts start showing up, I will finish checking out the other parts in my cart. I can only let so much stuff hit the bank at once.
     
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