T-Flash

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  1. Mod East2015

    Dates?
  2. Mod East2015

    Where is it this year...and when....soory, on a military course out of town, been out of touch for a while...
  3. New Member In Need Of Some Help!

    Thicker head gasket is all you need to lower compression. Tuning is the hardest part.... It was fun, but never got the tune right....yet...RA setup is the cheapest of options. Most RA guys are upgrading to EVO X setup, so they sell theirs cheap...No one apart from a minority (us NA guys...lol) wants their turbo...
  4. My Lancer Race Toy

    So a 2008 gts sway bar swap on my 2010 is in order....lol
  5. Evo X Cams On A 4B10

    I beleive you have the same head, so yes they fit, trancerdrift could possible have an aswer...find him in this forum
  6. New From El Paso

    welcome.....
  7. I Have Returned, Long Overdue!

    nice bro
  8. I Have Returned, Long Overdue!

    Welcome back...
  9. My 2009 Lancer Gts Turbo Build

    If..or when I do it again, I'll have to go and see you to tune it.....that was always my issue... I have a 2nd engine (spare) to build up....
  10. My 2009 Lancer Gts Turbo Build

    You F crazy...lol mine is also back to stock...for now...If I dont sell it...maybe do it again to...lol
  11. Funny Pics

    lol
  12. Young Blood Here

    AWSOME!!! Nice to see that generation lancer.... love it!
  13. More Hp

    boost it...lol
  14. I wish! lol Like I said before....Army aint paying that well!! lol I could afford a earlier version of the evo...but guess what! They where not sold north of the border....until the X... out of luck for now...
  15. Turbo is now off putting the NA engine back together...
  16. The Na Lancer Bible

    Just uploaded part 2...lol
  17. The Na Lancer Bible

    File Name: The NA Lancer BIBLE File Submitter: T-Flash File Submitted: 08 Aug 2015 File Category: Technical Documents ENGINE OVERHAUL.pdf9.71 MB ENGINE MECHANICAL.pdf6.15 MB ENGINE MECHANICAL(4B11).pdf6.15 MB ENGINE ELECTRICAL.pdf2.08 MB ENGINE COOLING.pdf1.30 MB ENGINE AND EMISSION CONTROL.pdf3.31 MB CVT.pdf5.70 MB CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSAXLE OVERHAUL.pdf5.73 MB CONFIGURATION DIAGRAMS 2.pdf959.08 KB MITSUBISHI DTC CODE.pdf85.19 KB Mitsubishi-Lancer-Engine-Mechanical-II.pdf1.33 MB EVO X manual.pdf********for boosted lancer Click here to download this file
  18. File Name: The NA Lancer BIBLE part 2 (including 4B12 overhaul) File Submitter: T-Flash File Submitted: 10 Aug 2015 File Category: Technical Documents 4B12 engine overhaul.pdf8.75 MB 25 PROPELLER SHAFT.pdf.02 MB 6 FRONT AXLE.pdf1.78 MB 27a REAR AXLE FWD.pdf678.80 KB 54b LOCAL INTERCONNECT NETWORK (LIN).pdf1.48 MB 54C CONTROLLER AREA NETWORK (CAN).pdf8.82 MB 70 COMPONENT LOCATIONS.pdf2.61 MB 80B SPLICE LOCATIONS.pdf797.02 KB 54a CHASSIS ELECTRICAL.pdf9.04 MB Click here to download this file
  19. The Na Lancer Bible

    thanks...hope it helps
  20. Mod to mod...dont throw fake stuff on your car. A beautiful NA car is as respectable as having a boosted car. Dont become a RICER... Please do not fake your car...
  21. Lancer Technical Documents...all

    File Name: Lancer technical documents...ALL File Submitter: T-Flash File Submitted: 05 Aug 2015 File Category: Technical Documents Part 1 of lancer document....enjoy Click here to download this file
  22. My Cvt Is On Its Last Leg

    Tactrix cable and open ecu software...correction...ECU FLASH
  23. My Cvt Is On Its Last Leg

    If you dont tune, its very easy. Just need a same year manual rom and flash it in... Right now, I'm running a AUDM rom in a UDSM car...
  24. Aluminum Crank Pulley - Rrm Or Rpw?

    areospeed make on too... No comment on quality though, I know only that its out there...
  25. My Cvt Is On Its Last Leg

    How did you manage that? My car was boosted for 2 years and no cvt issue. Did you have a oil cooler? Tranny swap is possible, just a hassle. You will to get tactrix cable and put in a manual ROM in the ECU. Its not just to put in a tranny, you need the pedal assembly to, which would require some cables and all... Could be complicated if you never worked on a car, but doable with minimal wrench time...