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Old Nov 17, 2015, 11:23 AM
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Aluminum Pulley for the new 2.4 ???

Anyone know where or who sells an aluminum pulley for the 2.4?
I've got a new 16 Outlander with the 2.4 and I'm wanting to put the pulley on it like the previous 13 Sport model.
So far all I'm able to locate are parts for the 2.0 4B11 motor.
Any help or info on other engine parts would be appreciated.
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Old Nov 19, 2015, 01:35 AM
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http://roadracemotorsports.com/store...roducts_id=292

I'm assuming this is ok? I don't know how exact the Lancer and Outlander engine bay will be. Mitsubishi sometimes changes small parts within the engine between years. Might wanna email first before you buy

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Old Nov 19, 2015, 11:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Lancer Bass View Post
http://roadracemotorsports.com/store...roducts_id=292

I'm assuming this is ok? I don't know how exact the Lancer and Outlander engine bay will be. Mitsubishi sometimes changes small parts within the engine between years. Might wanna email first before you buy
Yeah, I did get to talk to the owner, he was very helpful.
Not much changes in the motor it self, mostly it's the CVT that got improved.
My motor is only a SOHC, but the pulley, timing controller , intake, header, etc. will still work on the newer motor.


I want to get all I can out of it with out cutting into MPG's, or going beyond what it would have cost to just get the V6 GT model. My dealer is pretty good, and they've already put on paper when I made my trade deal that the pulley, intake and header wouldn't void my warranty ...
Rob at RRM seems interested in seeing what I make of the new SUV, and I promised a detailed, pic oriented build and posting on it.


As I get more indepth and learn more on this motor, I'll look into what TB will work best to match the upgrades and not hurt driveability. I want this to be a long term driver (4-5yrs) for me. When warranty runs out, then I may consider different power options for it.
Anyone know if you can swap the SOHC to the DOHC???
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And if your crazy enough to do it:
http://power-enterprise.co.jp/rotrex...outlander.html

I haven't seen anyone do this in North America yet. I would do it after my warranty is up or if I rack up my miles, last legs, etc.
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Getting the Pulley from RRM (and the timing controller) out of the Lancer 2.4 section.
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