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Old Mar 11, 2009, 10:50 AM
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Sweet write up man I was just about to start searching for all of this stuff, perfect timing hahah

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good looking guys... this is good stuff!
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If any one would like to know its 6.3 qts for Radiator fluid.

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where can I get oem coolant for an evo 9?
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Old May 31, 2009, 09:51 PM
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do our stock brembo's use the regular mitsubishi brake fluid pictured here?
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Old Jun 4, 2009, 05:44 AM
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is this the same for the 09RA?
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Old Jun 16, 2009, 08:44 PM
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water pump

anyone knows when ya have to change the water pump?
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I want to say 60k. But don't quote me on it.
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Thanks for this thread!
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Coolant ratio

I purchased the gallon of coolant from RussellM. What are you using as the ratio of coolant to distilled water?

I'm assuming the Mitsu Coolant is straight coolant and not pre-mixed. I believe the capacity of the radiator is 6.3 qt. (a little over 1.5 gallons). I have 1 gallon of coolant (1qt. = 0.25 gallons or there are 4 qt. to1 gallon). I was thinking of putting in 3/4 of the coolant container which would equal to about 3 quarts. The rest would be topped off with distilled water which would give me a ratio of about 48% coolant vs 63% if I used the entire gallon.

So when I do this do I first fill up the coolant reservoir with coolant and then put the rest in the radiator; topping the radiator off with the water?

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when do you have to change your rear diff fluids?
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^30k. Thanks for the writeup, chaotix! Any part #'s on the belts before I dig them up on my own?
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link to timing belt kits

https://www.evolutionm.net/forums/mi...tes-belts.html

for individual belts...pm russellm
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