Wah. You install clock spring ah?standard size. Not sure the size. Currently using aftermarket 350mm. Just nice.
Mod not much on that subaru steering. Clock spring cable connection only.
I still modify the clock spring connector for hub and aftermarket steering.
Nice laa got MOMOmine is a 350mm Momo, perfect fit
260kmh meter tu......Here's my chap kuda one
issuzark is king of ulu yam
Have you tried sweelt's method yet?OK, good news is we finally made sure the stepper motor is working and TPS adjustment right - AC on, the RPM dropped and then was compensated, implying that signals are normal.
here comes the bad news, the RPM dropped to 600 then was re-compensated to only ~750 (NOT ENOUGH)
ouch bro...Hello all, been too long since I last camped in here My Satria has finally got into a new set of problems which I can share here!
All started when I noticed puddles of oil where I parked. It wasn’t engine oil but gear oil, leakage was near the flywheel so had no choice but to drop the gearbox. As you can see..
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supposed to be oil-free but it’s clearly wet
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punctured housing, that’s where the leakage was from. Something must have broken!
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One of the flywheel nuts were broken, couldn’t find the fragment. With this, it has damaged more parts..
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All edges of the clutch cover
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clutch springs have been hit
It all happened so quick that the gears showed no problems of noise and shifting except for the leakage. Car is sitting at my mechanic’s place now. Already bought new clutch set, pumps, drive shafts and some minor parts while we are at it.
With reconditioning the gearbox out of the question, I am left with the biggest problem now - a new used gearbox. My existing gearbox is a Wira 1.8 / Putra / GTI variant with code F5M222VRXE paired to a 4G93. Shopped around chop shops and most only have 1.6 normal variants which is a no go for me. Until now, came across a Mivec LSD unit with code F5M222XRWE and my mind is at the crossroads.
In the case of not being able to source a same 1.8 GB, should I:
1. Reconsider servicing / welding my broken one, slap it on while I continue the search.
2. Get the 1.6 MIVEC one instead. If so, how big is the effect in the drive? I’ve read about the final drive and ratio difference between the 1.8 and MIVEC but I still need advices. The car is mostly driven on highway KL-Ipoh.
I was considering hard cos I know that Mivec GB would be hard to come around again, little did I know that the 1.8 is harder to find! Maybe I’m also sceptical about changeouch bro...
and the mivec gb ratios are not the same as the 1.8 one but pretty close. But I doubt it'll affect your driving too much. Since it's available now - why not just use it? IIRC the Mivec ratios are pretty long too so for highway driving ok la.
UPDATE - so I just found out after all these years that I've been lied to and there's no 1.8L Mivec. Hahaha.. means those 1.8 Mivecs I saw have been using the 4G93 gb all along.
I never had a go in the Mivec ones, do you own one bro? How does it feel for long distance?hoho better hunt for the above....
mivec boxes are nice and all (lsd was optional i believe) but for ur use case.. long distance driving, im not sure u will like it
Thanks for the help out bro! I’ll reach out to him, thanks a lot! Is it safe to say that Mivec 1.6 one gives me better acceleration, 1.8 one better top speed?Hi Bro, one of the groups im in on FB a guy just posted a satria gti gearbox for sale. If you are still hunting you probably can contact him
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