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  • About CrAnSwIcK
    Ontario, Canada
    2006 Lancer Ralliart, 2008 Mazda 5 GT
    Electronics, Cars
    Avionics Systems Tech
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    2006 Lancer Ralliart Turbo
    Bastard 20g Turbo / ECU Reflash with FastWorks, Tuned by Hackish (then later by me)/ WRX 440cc injectors / Walbro 255 Fuel Pump / AEM intake / CherryBomb Turbo muffler
    Blox roll stopper / ARP Head Studs / ACT MR1-HDG6 / Quaife Limited Slip Differential / A1 CVTech Stage 1 axles / SpeedSource shift bushings / Tein S-Tech / Whiteline rear sway bar / VIS CF hood / AEM Wideband / GlowShift Oil/Boost / Dunlop ZII 205/50R16
    Enkei Wheels / Centric rotors / Hawk HPS pads / Devils Own Meth/Water injection


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  • Last Activity: Today 09:46 PM
  • Join Date: Sep 9, 2010


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  1. Sep 16, 2017 02:23 PM
    Hey CrAnSwick,
    Just watched your f5m42 trans tear down YouTube video. Awesome video by the way. If you were closer I would offer to be your camera guy. I have my trans torn apart now and I am getting ready to orders a rebuild kit so I can have a machine shop swap out the synchros for me. Do I need the bk497ws or the bk497aws rebuild kit?

  2. Royal Evo
    Aug 11, 2017 10:47 AM
    Thanks CrAnSwick! I kinda thought that was it but the mechanic dont want to touch it when they said they dont find any issue as the car runs fine when we drive test it. So far car is running ok only that its a little louder at high speed.
  3. May 1, 2016 08:26 PM
    Since you're the 04-06 Ralliart god I figured i'd ask you instead of creating another thread. Like many others my rear bushings are worn out and I was wondering what the best option would be to replace them. Do I replace the bushings themselves or just go ahead and replace the whole control arm, i've read doing the arms is a lot less of a pain in the ass then replacing the bushings. Advice? Appreciate your time brother!
  4. Aug 23, 2015 12:40 PM
    Cranswick i need your help bad!!! U recently commented on a post about the clutchmasters flywheel about the bolts that we need for the ralliart that are longer. You left a link to where you can buy them but the problem is im in california!! the shipping to here is outrageous. Is there anywhere else i could get them from? please let me know. I have my car at the shop right now and i need those bolts!! Thanks
  5. RalliartN
    Mar 8, 2015 09:16 AM
    Bought the Princess Auto 20 ton press, "special buy" for $295, had to go to the new Scarborough store to get it. Just assembled it. It's in the basement rec room, clean dry warm place, no room anywhere else. Guess I have to find/make tooling to press on the diff speedo gear and bearings; will try to do that in the school shop this week before March break. You are welcome to come work here anytime, I am setting up tables and making workspace. Would you be available sometime during March break (Saturday March 14 to Sunday March 22 ) to guide me through tranny disassembly? All my parts (seals mostly) are in, just waiting on the diff preload shims.

    Also, I am ready to assemble and test a machine I invented to allow very easy and safe manipulation/installation of the tranny to the engine by one person. Fingers crossed - might be a disaster, or its a design to sell! More later...
  6. Aug 12, 2014 10:16 AM
    can you help me out with the P0183 code?

    why is my car giving this code?
  7. Aug 1, 2013 05:12 PM
    hey man can u help me out with a quick question about mitsubishiparts.net?
  8. May 11, 2013 10:12 PM
    Just wanted to say thanks for your help.. Its been stress full.. Ive never worked this much into a car.. I found a motor at AIMuap.com.. just waiting for it to come in.... Tim
  9. truthdweller
    Mar 29, 2013 09:00 AM
  10. johnnycage
    Nov 14, 2012 05:45 AM
    Hey man, I got my sway bar, motor mount, shift knob, underhood and console shifter bushings in so I'll be heading down your way to Nick's school to put em in on Sat around 10:30am. Fell like popping by for a visit?

    Hope all is going well.

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