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Old May 17, 2017, 02:22 AM
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evo x and lancer block

Hi

I wanted to ask, my block cracked and my connecting rods broke. Im getting upgraded connecting rods.

I got all the parts but wanted to ask, is the block on a normal lancer the same as the block on a Evo x??

It would be a lot of help if you could answer me that question, just wanted to confirm the block itself is it the same or no

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Old May 17, 2017, 03:05 AM
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It's not. Lancer is a 4B12. Evo X's/Ralliart are 4B11T.

The downfall of the 4b12 is that it's a stroked motor with a separate counterbalance system in the bottom end of motor. This creates added rotating mass and parts needed to increase the performance.
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Hi guys, I am new here. Just wondering if anybody can let me know what is the difference between Borla Exhaust 11782 Axle-Back and S-Type Axle-Back!!
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