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Old Jun 14, 2018, 02:26 AM
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Project Daily "Daisy"

Decided to start a thread to chronicle all the work i am looking to do on my new beautiful Lancer Evolution IX with the SSL package (not my first choice but i do like the sunroof)

So this is how she came :

Engine :

Haltech MBC
ETS piping
ETS intercooler
Megan O2 Housing with Swift ceramic coating
Buschur Racing TBE 3 inch stainless exhaust
Walbro Fuel Pump
1000 CC injectors
Kelford Cams

Chasis:

Whiteline front sway bar
Hotchkis adjustable rear bar with perrin spherical links
Energy suspension bushings
Fortune Auto 510 coilovers with Swift 12k/10K springs
HD lower engine mount
Sheppard rear differential
2 Piece Gyro-Disc rotors upfront
Racingbrake.com brakes rear
Stoptech brakes up front

Interior:

MR guage kit which i removed and have for sale if anyone is interested

First thing i attempted was the EGR delete, what i dont get is what do i do with all the excess wire left from the solenoids deleted :



Full oil change at AG auto, nice guys over there, next time I will do it myself, still waiting to go and do my tune with them, won't install my EBCS until then.



Installed some Shifter Bushings :




Went to attempt the battery relocation but I really want to know what some of these wires are attached to the battery :




Once i figure all that wiring out, i will get on it then move on to finishing up my AFR and oil pressure guage.
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Old Jun 14, 2018, 10:04 AM
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What I did was zip tie the extra connectors out of view when I delete the EGR system.
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Old Jun 15, 2018, 08:09 AM
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What I did was zip tie the extra connectors out of view when I delete the EGR system.
Ill do that, just thought there was a way to completely get rid.
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Old Jun 15, 2018, 08:18 AM
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So as stated i have deleted the EGR but the blasted P0455 keeps popping up once in awhile. I read on a couple posts here that the Gas tank cover could be the problem.




Should i be worried he had an aftermarket Gas cover ?


This feels so much better when closing, goes on deeper and smoother.

So as seen i order an OEM Gas tank and as soon as i do the damn P0455 pops up again, twisting out my hair trying to figure out what to do. I believe i did all the periphery bits properly.

In the ECU:
-XXX- See Mr Fred Quote Below, might be good anyway- Change Periphery 0 (FAA) bit 11 to 1 (to disable EGR Timing advance)
-XXX- Not necessary if disabled correctly - Change Periphery 2 (FCA) bit 09 to 0 (to disable P0401 EGR Test)
-XXX- Unrelated, but a good change for anyone with problems - Change periphery 4 (FEA) bit 14 to 1 (to disable MAP vs Baro test on startup - not necessary but doesn't hurt)

Only next i can see is to go ahead and completely remove the Evap canister to make it complete, my 3000 mile oil change is coming up, think i'm just going to do it all then, plus the Battery relocation.
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Old Jun 15, 2018, 09:18 PM
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Periphery 0/FAA:
-EGR(ign advance) Bit 11 disable(some people leave it on, up to you)

Periphery 2/FCA:
- EVAP> Bit 13,14,15 Disable
- EGR > Bit 9 Disable

Periphery 4/FEA:
- FPR> Bit 7 Disable(When you also disable FCA/P2 Bit 15 that will also take care of the FPR)

So i saw the above after doing some searches, the only ones i don't have disabled are
Periphery 2/FCA:
- EVAP> Bit 13,14

Periphery 4/FEA:
- FPR> Bit 7
would this help with the P0455 code i am getting, since i got the new gas cover it threw it and i cleared it, just watching it now to see of it throws it again.
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Old Jun 20, 2018, 12:55 PM
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Bump if anyone can chime in if they did all of the above or just some.
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Old Jun 20, 2018, 01:09 PM
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Are you using a tephra rom or trying to sift through a stock rom? The tephra ROM's already have all this stuff enabled IIRC.
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Old Jun 20, 2018, 01:11 PM
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Originally Posted by letsgetthisdone View Post
Are you using a tephra rom or trying to sift through a stock rom? The tephra ROM's already have all this stuff enabled IIRC.
Stock rom, haven't taken on tephra yet, plan to in the future.
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Old Jun 29, 2018, 10:33 PM
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Did an oil change recently and then finally got to hook up my oil pressure sensor using this beauty today


Havent powered it on yet as i am also doing my battery relocation at the same time but of course in Florida rain started to fall, so my Daisy is up on Jack Stands. I will post pics of that thing above installed once i take some pics and of my Battery Relocation.

Want to hook up my AFR also but the sensor attached now is fully rusted on there, so i have been debating getting a new muffler, also because I am not a big fan of the note of the Buschur currently attached. So i am in the market for a new muffle with a nice tone, not too loud though.
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Just posting this here figuring out what to go where and if anyone can chime in.


Also do i need to run another fuse before the battery if i already have this.
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No if you are running a distribution block that is has the fused you are good to go. I would recommend though running the ground from the back of the car and grounding it on the transmission bell housing when it bolts to the block on top. If you don't have a strong enough ground then it will cause additional issues.
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Originally Posted by cficare68 View Post
No if you are running a distribution block that is has the fused you are good to go. I would recommend though running the ground from the back of the car and grounding it on the transmission bell housing when it bolts to the block on top. If you don't have a strong enough ground then it will cause additional issues.
So run the ground from the back all the way to the front ?
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So run the ground from the back all the way to the front ?
Correct. The factor ground wire ground in that location so you now it is an adequate ground for the car.
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Update :

Did the battery relocation and prayers answered the car started up, im bad at this the pictures will go up once i Clean up the tank and get a battery box/or secure the battery better.

Also did an oil change and tried to add this to my setup but all i saw was oil leakage so immediately took it off :



Guess i will have to find another way to get my oil pressure readings.


My latest issue has popped up since i did the oil change, when im driving i hear a metal rubbing against metal sound and then when i press the brakes at certain speeds the pedal pulsates and the steering shakes. A couple search results come up telling me the pulsation is me needing to change pads, what i can't find is why the metal rubbing against metal sound, any help will be greatly appreciated.
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Old Jul 6, 2018, 09:58 AM
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Check your wheels bearings, and brake pads.
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