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Old Dec 3, 2017, 11:28 AM
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Anyone have any ideas as to where to get this widebody kit?
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Old Dec 4, 2017, 06:36 AM
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Thats not a widebody kit. That is an Evo 9 Wagon. I know the guy that owns that car.
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Old Jan 10, 2018, 11:56 PM
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Need new rear struts, hood, and side skirts for my 04 ralliart sportback. Anyone have any leads?
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Rear struts - Rock Auto has good deals.

Hood - Same as any other Lancer of the same year.

Side Skirts - Same as any Ralliart or OZ Rally of the same year.
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Hey guys this is my first post. I've had a 2004 Ralliart for a while now, not really planning on modifying much. I just wanted to create a profile since I'm always here reading technical posts. Here's my Ralliart and my tt 5 series in the back. Anyone know where to find the lower splitter for the front bumper?
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Old Jan 22, 2018, 06:23 AM
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Car looks good! Glad you posted. Keep it clean and caught up on maintenance and she'll be good to you for a long time!

For the front lip I believe duraflex makes a replacement one. But I seem to remember someone installing one and the fitment needed some work as it was a bit rough. But IIRC think they got it fixed and installed. Just google something like "04 ralliart front lip" and you should find it.
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Car looks good! Glad you posted. Keep it clean and caught up on maintenance and she'll be good to you for a long time!

For the front lip I believe duraflex makes a replacement one. But I seem to remember someone installing one and the fitment needed some work as it was a bit rough. But IIRC think they got it fixed and installed. Just google something like "04 ralliart front lip" and you should find it.
Thank you for the reply. I think I saw those for around $200 shipped. It may be the best bet unless I can find a decent one in a junkyard.

I see Haltech in your signature. I've been researching for ECU tuning options but most of the info is pretty old. Are there any piggyback or reflash options currently available for the 4G69? I got spoiled tuning the BMW because there was an Android app where you could read the tune, flash custom tunes, datalog, etc. With FBO I could go from 300hp to 450 with a 3 minute flash.

Do we have any similar options for the 4G69 without going to a standalone?
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Yea some of the BMW's tuning options are pretty cool. My friend has a 335i that he can tune like that. Awesome stuff.

I actually just explained all this to another RA guy yesterday. One of the first things I did when I started working here was work with the Australian guys to get the 4G69's crank and cam settings setup in the software. So the ECU's do support the engine now. However, we do not have any plug and play kits or patch harnesses available. I have a bricked ECU in my desk that I have been wanting to turn into a patch harness. But I haven't had the time to mess with it or a car to test it on. Another limiting factor with the RA is that it uses a DBW TB. So unless you want to swap to a cable driven TB you are limited to using the Elite 1500 or 2500, which makes the initial purchase a bit more expensive.

If you would like some more info on it, shoot me a PM sometime. I can tell you your options for install and help you find a tuner. It's definitely doable. I have a couple of Rally teams up in Canada running our ECUs on their 4G69 cars.
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Any diffreneces between the KYB rear struts(https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo...429769&jsn=349) and the gabriel? (https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo...429769&jsn=347) ?
Seems like the KYB's are 'restores' so would I be better off with the Gabriels?
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