Remko_S

Dutch Lancer

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Hello

I'm reading this forum for a while now. gathering idea's and information

so i thought it would be nice to introduce myself.

I'm 22 and finished study in fall 2015. bought my lancer in the beginning of 2015

A 2008 Rally Red sport sedan Intense edition (as it's called here)

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as for july 2015:

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Januari 2016:

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Mods already added:

  • Evo X look Spoiler.
  • Evo X look Hood with carbon front vents.
  • Hood dampers.
  • Removed side moulding.
  • Chrome front lower grill trim.
  • Side mirror with led indicator.
  • Genuine rear bumper skirts.
  • Complete repainted rally red (due to collisions and dents).
  • Stainless steel duplex axle back exhaust.
  • Work Emotion CR Ultimate 18 x 8.5 ET38 in GT Silver.
  • Genuine rear view camera above license plate.
  • Xenon headlights.
  • LED fog and parking light.
  • BC-racing coilovers.
  • Outlander front calipers with EBC brake discs.
  • Painted all calipers flame orange.
  • Hell-performance brake lines.
  • OEM Evo X recaros.
  • Floormats and Trunkmat with ralliart logo's.
  • Wrapped interior trim carbon red.
  • Outlander sunglass compartment.

Planning to do:

  • Get full custom stainless steel exhaust.
  • High flow cat.
  • 4g69 throttle body.
  • K&N SRI intake.
  • Wideband  AFR.
  • Reupholstery interior leather/suede.
  • Sunroof.
  • Roofrack.
  • Maybe attempt boosting.

 

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Sweet dude. Rally Red! What are the rubber lines on the side of the car for?

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Sweet dude. Rally Red! What are the rubber lines on the side of the car for?

In Europe people don't care about the car next to it when the park and slam the door open. the rubber lines protect the paint on the door from other people slamming the door open. (Came with the car, thinking of removing them)

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In Europe people don't care about the car next to it when the park and slam the door open. the rubber lines protect the paint on the door from other people slamming the door open. (Came with the car, thinking of removing them)

Thats a great idea!

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Hood dampers came in today so mounted to the car when i came home

 

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Oh I like that. Reminds me of my other car. Where did you get the kit from?

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Oh I like that. Reminds me of my other car. Where did you get the kit from?

bought it on eBay, came from taiwan. don't know if i'm allowed to place the link here?

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Cool Ty! I'm not sure if it's ok, but I'm sure I can find it.

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In Europe people don't care about the car next to it when the park and slam the door open. the rubber lines protect the paint on the door from other people slamming the door open. (Came with the car, thinking of removing them)

Its an accessory sold by OEM too. Don't need to remove them, just paint them to your car color.

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I ve been searching those rubber lines for my black Lancer. Can anyone please tell us how to search it on ebay?

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They don't give a rip here in the northwest USA either. All my doors need work.

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Hood dampers came in today so mounted to the car when i came home

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Is this an easy job?

Regards Al

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Is this an easy job?

Regards Al

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very easy 10 minutes

bolt out, bracket in place, bolt back

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They don't give a rip here in the northwest USA either. All my doors need work.

Nobody gives a damn anywhere anymore, mine are all f*** up too! lol

Even got someone kick or puched my passenger fender... and had to replace it...

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Sweet.

Those door mouldings are great if all doors were made equal.

Had them on my Mazda and had door dings at 6 different levels EXCEPT the on the moulding -_-

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finished the next thing on my list: chrome details in the bumper

lower grille garnish

for light trim

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Love that front end, keep it up bro!

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Love that front end, keep it up bro!

Thanks

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today a little upgrade for summer

sunglass holder off an Outlander

 

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Did a flip key conversion for the Lancer today

 

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Did a flip key conversion for the Lancer today

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Nice dude. I Did the same thing. Totally worth it to stop that plastic from breaking and costing you $25 each time.

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next thing on my to do list came in today

an OEM backup camera connected to the MMCS for the lancer

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now the job of placing it

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Did a flip key conversion for the Lancer today

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Love to do this. Is there a how to?

Regards Al

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