u sure all this car needed was a bath??
The car needs way more than a bath, but it still deserves one.
Here is a pic after cleaning it a bit.
Mine are 215/40's I believe.
Sounds great, pm sent.
The previous owner decided that an exhaust was not necessary for the purchase of a vehicle. I didn't mind since I work at a shop. I took a muffler off the shelf (dunno what brand, came off a this is the exhaust. I know 3" exhaust is overkill (and rice) on the 4g15, but i did not want to remake anything.
Now onto the dyno for the results.
This is turning out to be less of an introduction, and more of a build thread. LOL Mods feel free to move to the appropriate section. As many of you guys know, plans change. My original plans for the colt were to enjoy the gas mileage, and turbo AWD swap it after I finish the Lexus. Plans changed for the better on the colt, unlike the Lexus that keeps getting more expensive and time consuming, lol. I traded a bunch of EVO 8/9 parts that I had collected for a bunch of Colt parts.
Those parts included: 4g61t, KM210 transmission, evo316g turbo, cyclone 8 runner intake manifold, clutch/flywheel and more. Needless to say, I was excited to get started on the colt.
Within the same week, highpsi4 posted a turbo colt shell for sale. No title was the catch. We agreed on a price, but I did not care about the chassis, or getting it to Atlanta form Charlotte. We agreed I could take anything off the car, and leave him the chassis to scrap. I also drove the colt to get those parts, It was well worth the trip.
I brought home, GL interior (no ripped seats FTW), slightly cracked dash, turbo engine mounts, turbo wiring harness, turbo bumper, side skirts, rear wing, colt filler panel, Painted rear bumper, rear disk brake conversion parts, turbo steering wheel, turbo column, turbo steering rack, alternator, power steering pump, starter, and these last 3 items were worth the trip by themselves, good OEM Mitsubishi green cup 4g61t axles with 4g61t intermediate shaft, plus more parts. My search for equal length axles is now over.