Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby 75wagon » Mon Jan 25, 2016 4:25 pm

Tomica93 wrote:Dave here is a link for video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30WK_nj8n_c

Sounds good :thumpsup:
I think it's giving me some ideas...

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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby Tomica93 » Mon Feb 01, 2016 4:55 am

And finally mapping day

Results are 313hp and 395Nm
Finished on 1.3bar boost

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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby ozdusterdave » Mon Feb 01, 2016 2:19 pm

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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby Tomica93 » Tue May 03, 2016 6:59 am

Lets post a few updates

next thing for deal with was suspension and handling


Suspension was original, but all springs are worn out and old, rear shocks were leaking, and also the car was too soft to handle that kind of power so i upgrade it to much better level

Ive bought Cusco street ZERO coilovers for Lancer EVO III

car handles much much better in corners, over the holes its almost like stock suspension, over the speed bumps you have to be little gentle , overall very good coilover

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Also got the powerflex camber bolts as the car sits little lower now

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Got new oem bumper indicator lens

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Then the next problem was grip, i had only 2 and a half years old tyres but they didnt have grip at all

So i bought new tyres Continental Contisportcontact 5 215/45/17, also as I will upgrade the brakes i need new wheels that are the same dimensions (17" , 7J , ET40) but with flatter spokes
that means more space for bigger brake calipers, luckily i found Superleggeras which are 4kg lighter than previous wheels EACH! and also they have 1,5cm more space for brake calipers

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Cleaned up the wheels, waxed them, got new central rings 67,1mm and new lug nuts

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And ready to fit on a car

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Results are awesome, lighter steering wheel (as each wheel is lighter for 4kg), and much more grip, which allows me to run full boost in second gear afer 5000rpm

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Also getting the parts for next work

new tie rods, new tie rod ends, new boots, new front bearings, new CV joints

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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby JimmyG » Sat May 07, 2016 9:45 am

Mint! :thumpsup: :thumpsup: :thumpsup:
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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby Tomica93 » Wed May 11, 2016 3:52 am

Next update, got the brakes, 4pot brembos with braided steel lines and 320mm discs

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redrilled discs to 4x114,3 and test fit, it fills up the 17" nicely

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got new front bearing in, and also polyurethane on arms

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Custom made heavier springs for trunk opening, as the factory didnt design it for trunk spoiler, now the trunk hood sits up alone :)

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Another gearbox from 2.4 Galant is in with lower miles on it

also installed new OEM shaft seals

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new clutch disk material

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also new braided steel line for the slave clutch cylinder, you can see how worn out is the old one

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and new slave clutch cylinder

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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby mstrrab1992 » Wed May 11, 2016 10:23 am

loving the work keep it up
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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby Tomica93 » Tue May 17, 2016 6:30 am

Disassembled front subframe

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Some new parts

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Took out the bushings front front subframe, they were in really bad condition, as you can see on the picture, new oem ones are ready to pop in

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also new stoppers

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New gasket for fuel sender unit

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New grommet for hood pin

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Then i have to install new seals in the steering rack, and also new rod ties, rod tie ends and new boots

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New boot for steering rack

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Dont have picture when shafts were finished, but painted them to OEM colour

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Painted brackets for front subframe

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Installed and painted slave clutch cylinder

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Custom made full rubber front engine mount

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Polyurethane SuperPro bush on sway bar

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Finally made an adapter for EVO ISC to DSM wire installation

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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby 75wagon » Tue May 17, 2016 9:32 pm

Glad to see you still putting updates here for us to see.

You must have a good supply for parts. You seem to be able to find plenty of them.

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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby Tomica93 » Wed May 18, 2016 1:27 am

Well forums are pretty dead, i know there is a lot of people still reading it, but no one is commenting


also no one is really surprised for such a work anymore, because they all think its easy as there are milions of projects all over the net



parts, yes, veeery veeery hard, everyday researching and asking people all over the world the get some pieces :)
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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby mstrrab1992 » Wed May 18, 2016 12:06 pm

i guess over time peoples taste change in what they like seeing, but i like the work your doing, i definately would like to own your car now hahaha. but its good to see activeness on the forum, some people are still active. once i get into my project itll be going up. but your doing a good job.

what are you plans for the future?
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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby BlueThunder » Wed May 18, 2016 11:45 pm

Tomica93 wrote:Well forums are pretty dead, i know there is a lot of people still reading it, but no one is commenting


also no one is really surprised for such a work anymore, because they all think its easy as there are milions of projects all over the net



parts, yes, veeery veeery hard, everyday researching and asking people all over the world the get some pieces :)


Tomica93, nobody likes too much talking during watching a porn movie. That's why everybody is quiet, they just enjoy to watch what you are doing :p
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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby Tomica93 » Fri May 27, 2016 4:35 pm

@blueTunder- hahahah nice one


@mstrrab1992- well you can never predict plans, but so far is finishing some details and fine tuning on cold

only bigger plan for now is A/C for the next year
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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby Tomica93 » Tue Jun 07, 2016 10:17 pm

Assembled complete front subframe, car really drives fantastic now, no sounds at all, and brakes, AWESOME, it has the stopping power now

also to make it a little softer i have made custom springs, front 5,6kg/mm and rears 3,5kg/mm

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Calipers refurbed, new, bolts, paint and stickers, little before/after

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It fitted very nice :D

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New blood

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At the geometry service

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And got the fluidampr crank pulley & ARP bolts

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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby JimmyG » Wed Jun 08, 2016 12:54 am

I 100% enjoy your updates! This and the "Hulk" build are my first port of call after log in.
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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby Tomica93 » Thu Jun 09, 2016 7:12 am

thanks, i know someone is reading my posts :D
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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby 75wagon » Fri Jun 10, 2016 6:05 pm

Tomica93 wrote:thanks, i know someone is reading my posts :D

There's more than one :thumpsup:

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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby GB_BB4C » Fri Jun 10, 2016 11:49 pm

JimmyG wrote:I 100% enjoy your updates! This and the "Hulk" build are my first port of call after log in.


Agree with JimmyG's statement.. although the forum is pretty quiet, always good to see progress pics and effort that is still being put in.
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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby JimmyG » Thu Jun 16, 2016 11:24 pm

100 plus posts and over 6000 views. Move along people nothing to see here. LOL :P
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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby Tomica93 » Mon Jun 20, 2016 12:21 am

glad to read this guys, will be an update soon :)
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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby Tomica93 » Wed Jun 22, 2016 10:32 am

Few more updates

new rear steel brake feed lines

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installed fluidampr crank pulley, and also new Gates, alternator and power steering belt

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looks good underneath now :)

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Got brand new OEM front grille

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Adjustable rear dampers came in, Cusco, newer dampers, and also they are longer for 1cm, which means a little more street friendly

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Comparasion to a non adjustable CUSCO

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and one nice pic from the petrol station

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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby brichman » Wed Jun 22, 2016 4:38 pm

Looking good mate! :)
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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby Scorpma82 » Thu Jun 23, 2016 10:35 am

How the hell are you managing to find so many brand new OEM parts?!?!?!?!?!?!
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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby Tomica93 » Sat Jul 09, 2016 7:27 pm

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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby Tomica93 » Thu Jul 28, 2016 5:48 pm

Little update, havent been working on a car. I was driving it for a change, done over 3000km over the last 3months

In front of Pula Arena

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then i was on a oldtimer meeting, with my dad(green 4gen Galant), and a good friend of mine with his RalliArt version also in white. That was a pretty cool sight

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And some better photos of mine car :)

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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby Tomica93 » Sat Jan 21, 2017 8:59 am

Couple more updates

Crankpreassure was next thing to deal with, no more oil dip stick popping out and inlet on turbo is now dry :)

so I have made a custom valve cover, drilled a much larger hole, and weld bigger fitting, removed PCV valve and also put a bigger one, but left the thread in case i will want to return PCV :)

after that, professional coat was apllied

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difference between holes

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New oil Catch can and silicone hose

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Then few shots from the sea and driving :)

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Then got new silicone clear hose for washerfluid line, so I have replaced an old ugly one :)

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Thats all for now :)
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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby JimmyG » Sat Jan 21, 2017 8:18 pm

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Re: Galant E10 4G63BT, Project RALLI ART

Postby Tomica93 » Sun Jan 22, 2017 9:01 pm

Next thing to deal with was the power windows switch.

First they started to fail on the main one (passanger window couldnt go up) and also letters worn out after years of using

First i have disassembled everything, cleaned up the contacts, and it all woreked again like a charm

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Then i found a ultra rare JDM main power window switch that has Door Lock option on it and AUTO funstion for drivers window.
It was in Malaysia, and it is very very hard to communicate with them and in the end to get parts from

So i accepted a challenge of making a UNIQUE, only in the world, LHD main switch with AUTO power windows on drivers doors, and Door lock option

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And finally received it after 2months

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Next big problem was it was all for RHD (you cant put AUTO function on the left side) and also you need to use LHD plastic surround to fit properly
However plastic surround didnt have DOOR LOCKS sign


after days of researching, find up it wasnt a sticker on the buttons and plastic surround. It was printed with high quality colour that remains under usage of fingers
luckily i found one guy who was able to do this for me, so i have also refurbed buttons and plastic surround, also all other buttons on passanger doors

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next thing about AUTO function. Mitsubishi Galant Sigma in USA had AUTO function on driver window as a LHD. luckily found one with broken plastic and cutted wires, but again seller didnt want to ship, so I had to find agents etc.
after 2more months finally item arrived


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next problem was it didnt have DOOR LOCK, so i had to cut the JDM one and weld it with USA one

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Next. all was working except AUTO function for driver window when it go UP.
Thing is, in the US there was a child proof law. so the button had some kind of restriction, and also 1wire was missing from the small control unit plate (white wire in the picture above was added).


When it all was solved , here is the final result

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From 3very rare parts, I got 1 Unique with all functions working :)
Final result: astonishing :D

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