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  • [Mighty card mod theme]

  • "Mighty Car Mods"

  • Marty: So it's a new day and we have our engine pulled out of the back of the shed and we've taken off the

  • Subframe II crossmember thing whatever it is that looks a lot like the Lance one

  • Al: Well, it is a Lancer one

  • Marty: Oh yeah

  • Al: So that's Probably why

  • Marty: There's a problem with this engine and that is it has air conditioning which we clearly don't need

  • because of race car

  • But Alan how are we gonna how we get a built? Because if we get rid of that just build on fit, right?

  • Al: no, so we will just

  • Chop the belt off and remove the compressor and we'll just reroute it. So goes through here

  • We'll keep that because then you you've got like you you need

  • Half the pulley to drive properly we've got rid of that and went straight down here. We wouldn't have much Drive surface

  • Marty : Yep,

  • 16 00:01:06,360 --> 00:01:07,620 so

  • The best way to measure to get your new belt what I do is just cut the old belt in half.

  • 18 00:01:14,439 --> 00:01:18,419 delete what you're going to delete and then overlap the belt and

  • Then cut it where it overlaps. So that's your size

  • Marty: Yep.

  • 21 00:01:25,000 --> 00:01:27,540 Marty: and that's how you buy like it. This is what a

  • 6 pk because it's got six reeds. Yeah, . Yeah millimetres

  • Al: Yeah

  • Marty: it'll be like a 11 whatever 70 or something

  • Al: Yeah, that's just a millimetre length

  • so if you use a bit of string or something like that, you just it's it's very hard to get the the proper length because

  • It's got to go through the ribs are got to go into the into

  • Marty: Oh yeah...

  • Al: the rib grooves and stuff like that

  • Just the belts useless anyway, because it's not fit anymore. So you just cut it and use that as your measuring stick cool

  • Marty : Cool!

  • Al: So it's easy way to do

  • Marty: it chop it man

  • *Tin snipper sound*

  • Marty: Oh Ahhhh... Ha ha ha

  • Al: So the only catch is because it's got an automatic tensioner when you measure it you have to

  • Well, I measure the tensioner away because otherwise it won't be mark it accurate

  • Marty: And what you justr get a texture or something and mark it there

  • Al: I put my finger on then cut it off

  • Marty: That's oh just a little bit tension like that she's good

  • Al: Yep, cool. No cut that bit off

  • Marty: your choppers

  • Like so

  • Marty: They're really good, Wow!

  • Al: Hmm

  • Marty: Then we just measure this

  • Al: and then we just measure that

  • Marty:Oh awh. The tensioners, there's only about length, although we need one that's joined

  • *tape measure sound*

  • Marty: 6pk Al: Bullet

  • Marty :15:40

  • Marty: Sounds good. Six PK 1540 Al: then I'll write it now.

  • Marty: Okay, I will

  • Marty: Well, first up we're heading to "Super Cheap Auto" to grab some supplies and maybe some kebabs on the way home

  • We're gonna pick up a new accessory belt and to help his hand. I'm gonna get our some gloves that he probably won't use

  • We also need an oil filter some engine oil and gearbox oil ready to go in the car before we fire it up

  • Assuming we get that far

  • Marty: Back at Al's shed

  • We can begin stripping down the 4G 69 and the aircon compressor is going directly in the bin

  • Marty : weight saving

  • Al: See that big lump there martin

  • Marty: This

  • Al: yeah, that's a balance shaft.

  • Marty: Oh Really?

  • Al: Yeah,

  • Marty: Is it on a cog or something

  • Al Its on the timing belt drive

  • Marty: Oh, so it's like a separate big separate thing. Yeah, cuz force it on the inline engines have what's called?

  • Al Yeah because 4 cylinders inline engines

  • Al: Secondary

  • Vibration.

  • Marty:yeah

  • Al: So that's why a lot of four-cylinder engines are horrible buzzy things like

  • 3s GS and that's horrible MR2 Motors and sr20

  • Marty: *laughing at MR2 hate*

  • Al: Literally look at them and their vibrating. . I can't tell sometimes the severity of the engines off

  • Marty: Yeah

  • Al: that's a natural secondary vibration

  • Marty: I can't tell sometimes if supergramps if the engine is on or not

  • Al: Yeah, it's because its a six Cylinders

  • Al: Don't have it that they're one of the smooth engines

  • Marty: Benny Stagia

  • Marty: Is that the motor that they use and they put a glass of water or coin on something and it doesn't move

  • Al: Hmm

  • Al: Yeah, so the more cylinders the less vibes you get but also on the in lines are bad for it

  • So they use balance shafts to cancel the the secondary vibration out

  • Marty: I thought that one of them stuck to the end of the crank

  • Al: It's actually like a whole separates Al: It's separate thing with balance weights on it. To cancel out those vibration

  • Marty: people delete them

  • I mean, I'm not on it

  • But they do I guess to save weight and rotating mass

  • Al: and revving it to a eleven

  • Al: Yeah, you can't delete them but it's it doesn't it does do a job makes the engine nicer

  • Marty : *ahhh* *Metal crash sound*

  • Al: 'Boot kits' It's very cheap

  • Marty: Yeah

  • Al: Relatively easy to replace depending on how accessible the actual rack is, but it's obviously really easy to get it. We know, it's Jase

  • Al :Yeah

  • Marty: so tire its tire rods got to come off right and you don't want to mess that up because if you do you ruin your Alignment

  • because that's what they used to do the towing here

  • Al:Correct.

  • Al: So the tie rod end has to come off with just

  • Al: Which is this Marty: yep

  • That's called a rack end.

  • Marty: Yeah

  • Al they call it a rack in when it's on a rack

  • Al But they call it a tie rod end when it's on a box

  • Al: So

  • Yeah, we got to crack this nut to loosen it

  • Marty: Yep

  • Al: But we we need to measure the distance between that nut on the end of the thread

  • So he can put it back on the right way.

  • Marty: Yeah

  • Al: that way you don't have to get a wheel alignment. Marty: Yeah, that's good

  • Marty: So that good. Well the a wheel alignment is good and it's sticks

  • marty: So it will be nice not to have to change it

  • Al: So it is doable without getting a wheel on it. You just have to use bit of

  • Measuring and put it back together correctly and it's fine

  • Marty: I'm gonna crack the nuts you can watch and tell me if I do it wrong because that's probably quite hard to single handly

  • Marty: This maintenance stuff is nowhere near as exciting as dropping in a big-block engine

  • But it's also only 10 minutes of work now or more like two hours work later on

  • when everything is installing the car and in the way. By measuring the length of our reckons we can make sure the alignment is

  • Unchanged and it's simply a matter of the thrashed out rubbers coming off and sliding some new ones on in place

  • Some cable ties help hold everything together

  • With our rack boots fixed we can move on to our shifter

  • Marty Part of the problem

  • With this

  • And one of the reason why the motor might of gone

  • Is because the shifter was so vague like the shifters that long which is my fault as a screwdriver on it

  • But still like it's it's long

  • Marty: Anyway,

  • 132 00:06:44,340 --> 00:06:46,320 Marty: and it definitely feels like as nice as that

  • But you can grease that up to your right like that's a bit smash, but just regress it and go again

  • Al : Spray abit of Spray greese

  • So cool, alright so got to go inside the car to get the old one out, right? Yeah. Let's do it

  • Al: Yeah

  • Marty: Might fix that

  • I just I can't wait to drive it again

  • Marty: It's going to be good and it feels good. Like it's a nice seat nice steering position. It's got a roll cage got those like pads all the gear

  • cheap-cheap track car

  • Mean you could especially consider you could probably buy

  • You could buy this car for 500 bucks

  • I reckon with like a day's Reggio on it and you could buy that motor for what we pay

  • $400 plus some plus and bit service item stuff that you have to buy no matter what car you get

  • The cage is a bit over a thousand bucks. Probably even less. Actually, I think if you put in yourself

  • Good tires some breaks. That's thou these things make over 100 kilowatts

  • Al Yeah, Marty: throw it in a naturally aspirated

  • You can we're doing it a bit differently because the wiring because we're gonna rewire it for a

  • Because we have the haltech might as well use it and we've got the wide band and everything

  • but if you're going in a you can use a wiring in my fur, I think it's a

  • 4g63 no

  • 1493 which is the 1.8 litre that came in this car and the motors are so similar

  • You can plug them in like a couple extra wires a different alternator plug in away you go

  • That's the ultimate way to do this or really on the cheap

  • Marty: The old shifter first needs to be unbolted from the transmission tunnel and also the firewall on the inside an

  • Epic stereo install from two Sexy's past-life means there's extra metal attached to the - that's getting in the way

  • with that chopped

  • it can be fed back out through the engine bay and we can check it next to the new one to make sure it's gonna

  • work

  • Mitsubishi must have nailed that with the original design as there's hardly any differences at all

  • Winning the newer CH lancer version will bolt straight in

  • With the ship disordered we can now start to prep our 4069 for its first test fit into 2sexy's engine bay

  • We're going to remove all the wiring plugs and sensors as they'll need to be completely reworked

  • So mad super got from Woody because you don't to lose this little sort of retaining clip is to put the plug back on and

  • Then push it down and then it stays in the plug and you don't lose it

  • And then when you go to put that on just clip straight back in

  • Marty I'm gonna do it?. I? Al: *Giggles*

  • Marty: We've reinstalled the front to rear engine support bracket back onto the engine to help locate it in the bay

  • Being that our original 4G 15 driver's side upper engine mount won't fit

  • we've ordered one from an Evo which with some minor adjustments to the studs will fit this car further proving that 2sexy is...

  • Actually an Evo

  • Al: Why do we do that Marty: Hmm

  • Al: Because these two

  • Bolt holes and fit that mount. Marty:Yep, Al: it's just reverse so that holds the third holes here, Marty: right!

  • Al: so if we take that out that mount will

  • will

  • most likely bolt on there cool at least just for the purposes of

  • Holding it up there holding until we get the Evo mount got it

  • Marty: The plan of attack is to get the engine into position and then drop the car down on top of it

  • We'll then use an engine crane to pull it into the correct spot and support it from underneath to then bolted it in

  • Mary: I am putting these

  • Crushed tube things back in. and I got these two really long bolts

  • That need to line back up

  • They may or may not cause right now they don't exactly

  • But it's only hanging on one mount very

  • Softly at the moment. So can move

  • maybe a pry bar or something just to wiggle it

  • Al: That's moved a bit it's supposed to just bolt straight in but it's it's half a hole out

  • Marty: And I can't like I if I can't pull the Forwards anymore because when I pull up try and pull it

  • Al: Yep

  • Marty: Because of where the motor sits

  • Just wrong

  • So the trick now is to get this crossmember that goes from the front of the back of the car

  • To line up

  • so we were told that

  • You've got to rotate one of these mounts,

  • but we don't actually know which one it is yet

  • And the only way we can tell is by

  • Trying to get this connected in and then see where the engine sits at that moment the tensioner for the belts rubbing on there on

  • The engine rail, so we're gonna see if we can just attach it and get our idea

  • We're missing the top driver's side mount which means we can't line it up off that either. We're waiting for that to arrive

  • It should be here either this afternoon or tomorrow

  • So we're gonna bolt this in see where all sits

  • So that also lets us start to plan out where everything else is gonna go so, it'll save us a little bit of time later

  • *power tool sound*

  • Marty: How do we know it's not right

  • Al: Wait, until we get the other mount! Marty: then it will tell us?

  • Mary: That looks like I'm 2.4 litre mounted into a CE lancer to me

  • Al: So the 4G 15 engine is obviously small look as a small capacity engine so that mount is longer here than

  • This one the engines

  • bigger and comes closer to the rail

  • So the theory is the Evo

  • mount

  • Has the right spacing and then the right bolt pattern as well see that's obviously that's reversed

  • so ummm....

  • Wait till it gets here.

  • Marty: It looks like it's meant to be there.

  • Al: Yeah, it's pretty good hey?

  • Marty: Yeah, that's um, I mean, we're missing our mount

  • So when our Evo mount shows up will will be a proper Evo a big-block 2.4 litre Evo

  • Al: BBM

  • Marty: but you know what? I reckon this is an awesome swap even naturally aspirated

  • *awkward stare *

  • Marty: What turbo there?....

  • 225 00:13:27,460 --> 00:13:30,220 *Marty Laugh*

  • Marty: No comment

  • Marty: why is it go at the bumper? What's that about? Al: It's an Evo. You don't watch the Internet??????

  • Marty: Clearly not

  • Al: Cats and Evo's with turbos out the bumper. That's what's on internet

  • Marty: Turbo out the bumper.? Al: Yeah, Marty: Is that a thing?

  • Marty: Where does your air filter go?

  • Al: Thats Evo's? That's how they work.

  • Marty: Where does the air filter go?

  • Al: What air filter?

  • Marty: but whatever rock hits it

  • Marty: Your turbo and your engines is dead Al: Man be fine every fine. Marty: Alright

  • Marty: Yeah, man,

  • Al : Like a glove.....

  • Marty: and you reckon just a big manifold thing you all in this that's a lot of space, isn't there?

  • Al: Yeah, it is

  • Marty: and I if we get a like a Honda radiator Would the radiator to go there?

  • Al :Yep,

  • Al: just barely anything that's good in Honda's