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About manok

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Toronto, ON
  • Car 2013 Evo X MR
  1. Manok's Evo

    Some small updates. I tried the lamin-x and didn't end up liking how much like it was blocking from what I could tell so I took it back off but I took some pics of it. Right side with it on, left side stock. I like how it looks at this point. Now with the lights on, to me it looks like it's blocking a lot of light So I noticed one of my front fog lights (I had 8000k HIDs in them) wasn't working and I tried getting it going again but nothing was working so I decided to swap them out to some 6000K LEDs. Before with 8000k HIDs Left is the HID, right is the LED Both LED The LED is either as bright or brighter than the HIDs I had in it, I was surprised at how bright they were. On the driver side it's a little tight getting the bulb in with it's back so I had to pull back a bit on some stuff.
  2. Manok's Evo

    Thanks man, I'm trying to keep it simple for my exterior
  3. Manok's Evo

    Just another small update, I bought some tinted side markers and installed them. I also ordered some gunsmoke vinyl overlays for my tail lights from lamin-x, going to put them on and see how I like them when I get them (all depends on how much light they block) Before After
  4. Just an FYI for anyone who has an 2008-2015 model year Lancer and Lancer Evolution or certain 2009-2015 model year Lancer Sportback vehicles. I got a safety recall notice in the mail. Date: September, 2016 Dear Mitsubishi Owner, This notice has been sent to you in accordance with the requirements of the Motor Vehicle Safety Act of Canada. Reason for notice: Mitsubishi Motor Sales of Canada, Inc., has decided that a defect which relates to motor vehicle safety exists in certain 2008-2015 model year Lancer and Lancer Evolution and certain 2009-2015 model year Lancer Sportback vehicles. In areas where heavy road salt is distributed on public roads in the winter, a mixture of snow/water/road-salt "slush" solution, thrown up by other vehicles sharing the road may adhere to or coat the front impact sensors and the bracket that attaches it to the vehicle. Over time, in areas subject to a high frequency of sub-freezing temperatures, repeated freezing/thawing cycles may eventually cause a crack to develop in the sensor case allowing water intrusion and short circuit of the sensor, resulting in illumination of the air-bag warning light. In the event of a vehicle collision of the type that would deploy the airbags, this type of short circuit may cause a delay in airbag deployment and therefore potentially increase the risk of injury to occupants. What you should do: Please contact your local Authorized Mitsubishi Motors dealer and schedule an appointment to have the remedy performed on your vehicle. When you bring your vehicle in, please show the dealer this letter. (If you misplace this letter, the dealer will still perform this inspection/repair for your vehicle, free of charge). What your dealer will do: The dealership will inspect the front impact sensors and replace them if damaged. Also new designed sensor brackets and sensor covers will be installed. How long will it take? The time needed for this repair is approximately 0.5 hr. The dealer may need your vehicle for a longer period of time due to service scheduling issues, but every effort will be made to minimize your inconvenience. If you have already encountered a problem with the front impact sensor due to this specific condition and have paid for the repair, you may send your original repair order or invoice and original receipt/proof of payment to the following address for reimbursement consideration: Mitsubishi Motor Sales of Canada, Inc. P c). Box 41009, 4141 Dixie Road Mississauga, ON, L4W 5C9 If you have any questions regarding this safety recall, please contact your Mitsubishi Dealer, or call the Mitsubishi bilingual Customer Relations Department at 1-888-576-4878 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, Monday through Friday. We appreciate your prompt attention to this matter. Sincerely, Mitsubishi Motor Sales of Canada, Inc. C1608U
  5. Manok's Evo

    So finally had some time to find an actual flat road and do a virtual dyno, I didn't even think about it so I don't have before numbers. About 315whp/340tq
  6. Interior part names / codes needed 8002B681XA is the entire bezel/faceplate 8030A230HA (Right) & 8030A229HA (Left) are the ducts behind the bezel/faceplate, from what I can tell they include the piece you're looking for (the front with the little piece to move hem) 8002A196HD is the trim piece
  7. Manok's Evo

    Better view of the lip Not much left I want to do at this point, remaining I have to. Hook up oil pressure gauge Do some pulls to verify my tune with the synapse DV Do some pulls on a non-crappy road to use in virtual dyno I think that's pretty much it for now after that.
  8. Manok's Evo

    So I got my lip today and installed the lip today! Was a bit dark when I finished but I took some photos anyways, it fit like a glove. I didn't use any double sided tape on the top but I may take it off later and put some.
  9. Manok's Evo

    Small update for today.. So before this I've pretty much been wrapping the 2 wires from my afr gauge around the serial to usb cable to log it in evoscan but this ends up with headaches when the wire falls off and then won't stay back on. I soldered a wire to the 2 pins on the cable and then used those wires to soldered 2 male/female connects to end of that wire and the other connectors to the end of the wires to the gauges. I ended up with this. Now the connection isn't going to fall off and I can disconnect the serial cable when I'm not using it and hide the gauge wires in my glove box.
  10. Manok's Evo

    Installed the Synapse Diverter Valve today, took me longer to figure out how to open it to swap the spring then it did to install it on the car. Took it for a spin and it looks like it got rid of the flutter in low rpm so that's a mission success.
  11. Manok's Evo

    Small update: Waiting on getting my Synapse Diverter Valve, supposed to be delivered today and I'll have to put it on tomorrow. I've also ordered a BaysonR front lip to put on so that should be coming soon as well. Tuning is just about done, I've done some virtual dynos but I need to find a proper road to do the pulls on because all the places I've done it so far are either super bumper or on an incline and throwing off the readings.
  12. Manok's Evo

    It was a local company since it's hard to find, it was called WilRep ( Barymat BM-1A is what I ended up using.
  13. New member from Philippines!

    Welcome! Car is looking nice, where are you at in PH? I can't say I saw many lancers when I was in PH but I wasn't looking also, are they popular? Are you planning on doing any tuning when you're done at all?
  14. VIN Research

    There's a bunch of places that'll show you the vin decoded is one Can also try to do it yourself
  15. Manok's Evo

    Small update.. I've had a scratch/rash on the side of my front bumper for awhile, decided to get it fixed and here's the results.