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    • Bilstein vs KYB vs ZF Group vs Monroe shock absorbers
      I don't have experience with individual shocks for the Lancer, but I've heard good things about KYB as a brand.  Also consider the range of travel you want if you are going to add lowering springs 
    • Denyzen Gts N/A Build
      Give the ECU some time to figure out the new exhaust flow and it may correct.  The O2 sensors are not seeing the same readings they are used to seeing
    • Denyzen Gts N/A Build
      I installed the Supercircuit headers today. They add a nice deeper tone to the exhaust. I still need to get the exhaust redone from the headers back; I've got all the new parts sitting here just need to get it over to the shop when I have time and they have a lift open. I've only driven a few miles to test out the new headers, and one thing I'm noticing is my rpm gauge says that I'm now sitting at 1100 rpm at idle even though it sounds and feels just the same when idling. No pulsing idle, just seems like it's reading high. My usual idle would be 500-600 rpm. Sidenote, if you're doing your own headers get power tools with deepwell sockets. It was a nightmare wrenching everything and trying to squeeze room in for breaker bars.
    • Bilstein vs KYB vs ZF Group vs Monroe shock absorbers
      Car is a Mitsubishi Lancer 1.5L (4A91 engine), model of 2010. No sport shocks are available from the title's manufacturers for it (like Bilstein B6 or KYB AGX), only the following ones: Bilstein B4 KYB Excel-G ZF Group offers 3 brands: SACHS, BOGE and TRW with multiple options each, but I'm not sure about the differences each code has. Monroe Original So which of the above is the most suitable for a sport driving style?
    • My Lancer GT
      That is really cool, I like how the body panels create that long transition from blue into silver