MitsuSnowBeast

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About MitsuSnowBeast

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  • Birthday 05/14/1991

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Michigan, USA
  • Interests Soccer, Modding, Outdoor Activities, Staying Active, Scenic Driving, Computers, Liquid DnB.
  • Car 2012 Mitsubishi Lancer SE 4B12 AWC CVT

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  1. Plastic shelf behind rear seat rattle

    No you do not and please stop spreading false information. All you have to do in order to remove the rear dash from the back of a 9G Lancer is as follows. 1: Fold down rear seats. 2: Remove three plastic clips behind where the seats sit when folded 3: Pull on both rear pillars in an upward and outward motion but be careful as side curtain air bags sit behind these. The pillars will also dangle from a plastic tether that gives just enough leeway in case of an automobile accident. 4: Pull rear dash toward you. The rear dash should just slide out toward you with a little coercing. But by all means@chelecuche is right by just filling the space in between the plastic and car frame. I've even tried to use a bed foam and that has worked with some effect. I've also found that the covers to the child car seats are one of the big rattles from the rear dash, that and where it touches the rear windscreen. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. *veno* 2010 Lancer Es ( From : Us / Michigan )

    I would hedge 10 to 1 that you are correct. In my area I know of three. Me, a wicked white Lancer SE, an octane blue Evo X and a graphite gray Lancer ES. Most of the mitsu's I see come summer time are usually 3G Eclipses all from Florida. I would say most of the Mitusbishi's sold in the USA are mostly SoCal (Like yourself), Florida and New York/New Jersey. I know that there are 3 or 4 Mitsu dealers in Michigan all south of me by 3 or 4 hours. I got to admit though, it's nice being the only Lancer out and about in a Sea of Subarus. It really does stand out.
  3. *veno* 2010 Lancer Es ( From : Us / Michigan )

    Welcome, Good to see another Michigan Lancer around here. What do you think of the whip so far? They are a lot of fun.
  4. Oil From Dealership

    My manual for my 12 SE calls for 0W-20 Castrol Edge. It's what I use. Pick up a gallon for about $24 at Walmart. I am currently going to be trying a KN Oil Filter with the removal nut on the bottom. I don't take my car in for someone else to do an oil change. They are so simple in these cars. I did take it once last time because I did everything short of tapping the oil filter to get the damn thing it off. It was on God awful tight. It cost me $75 for a Mobil 1 fully synthetic oil change and filter and crush washer. To hell with that. It costs me $35 tops to do an oil change on my own and that's including a $10 oil filter. Also you can check youtube for a video on how to reset your Routine Maintenance Light.
  5. Changing Lights

    One of the first things I did was ditch the stock halogens for a nice set of Sylvania Silverstar Ultra's and, like usual, absolutely love them. The brights are bright as hell and have a blueish tint to them. I will be doing a set of fogs with same tier halogens as well. If you're not wanting to go HID or LED I'd just go with a good set of halogens but remember you get what you pay for. I've never had a problem with these Ultra's and have had them for over a year now.
  6. New Member From Md

    Welcome to ProjectLancer. How are you liking your '12 SE? I have one myself in white. Have you got to play around in any snow yet with the AWD?
  7. 2015 Lancer Gt

    I personally opted for an AEM Dryflow drop in with a stock snorkel, would like to get an RA snorkel one of these days. I have an KN Typhoon SRI and I personally don't like it. I roll a CVT so that may be part of the reason. I also didn't feel any difference when using the SRI other an increased gas consumption and a growl under the hood. I like the growl but not worth it to me. The SRI also creates a dead spot in my throttle for some reason. If I had a manual I would possibly change my opinion on my KN SRI. I've tried it numerous times, still nothing for me to keep it on for more than 1k miles or so. I do like the growl in the winter time when I drift the parking lots though. Still like my AEM Dryflow drop in. No oil and lifetime warranty. When it's all said and done though it just comes down to a personal opinion I would say.
  8. I got to fix my exhaust heat shield, It's vibrating. If you think that the noise is coming from a pulley you can help pinpoint the noise by getting a piece of dowel and carefully placing it towards the center of the pulley nut and carefully place your ear towards the free end of the dowel. The sound will vibrate through the piece of wood and towards your ear and you should be able to pinpoint it with out much issue. This may be an issue to do due to the fact that our drive belt side of the engine is so damn tight. Good Luck. Note: This may work only if you can reproduce the sound while the vehicle is in park in a driveway and you are able to get out of the car and look.
  9. New Member In Need Of Some Help!

    Definitely +1 that ^^^ He's got the thread to look like Lancerlot said. Also don't forget. You're probably going to have get lower compression pistons and bring it down to a 10:1 as well if you're looking to TC.
  10. Mlse2012 Octane Blue Lancer Se Awc Progress Thread

    Might be kicking a dead horse here but how'd your remove your center console and how'd your hook up the paddles?
  11. New Member In Need Of Some Help!

    Yeah I don't see why it wouldn't work. I think the RA Turbo for the most part is plug and play. Your 4B11 isn't much different (or any at all) than the one in the Evo or the RA. They still both rock 4B11's but just turbocharged. I've heard that the 4B11 can do the RA turbo and around a 7psi on stock internals. Just do some more research.
  12. Car Crash And Performance

    I'd say that there are a lot of variables that go into a car crash. I would also say that a lot of this is more or less common sense. It all depends on the severity of the crash, whether it was a basic minor fender bender or a major total.
  13. What Up Pimpin

    Kids these days.....
  14. New Member In Need Of Some Help!

    Welcome to PL. If you're wanting to go turbo I'd piece together an Ralliart (RA) Turbo kit and go from there personally. It'll still cost a bit of money and a lot of dedication and time. In the meantime I'd go with headers, exhaust, intake for starters.
  15. 4B12 Engine Mechanical Base Manual

    File Name: 4B12 Engine Mechanical Base Manual File Submitter: MitsuSnowBeast File Submitted: 04 Aug 2015 File Category: How To's I found an engine manual for the 2.4L MIVEC (4B12). It consists of the engine mechanical ONLY. Enjoy and hope this helps the fellow 4B12 Lancer owners. Click here to download this file