Hello from Japan.

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KazGSR
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Hello from Japan.

Post by KazGSR » Mon Sep 20, 2021 2:17 am

Thank you for your approval.
I can't speak English so I rely on google translate. I'm sorry for my bad English.
My car is a 1976 Lancer.

C1Intake manifold
Solex 44PHH
C2Camshaft(#5)
High compress piston
Low weight flywheel
2.0L KM132 5speed Gearbox
Hurst shifter
C2 LSD
etc...

I am worried that there are few parts in Japan.
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Re: Hello from Japan.

Post by mitsuman » Sat Sep 25, 2021 9:13 am

Welcome to the forum.
Thank you for joining.
Your car is beautiful.
Greg
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Re: Hello from Japan.

Post by airbats801 » Sat Sep 25, 2021 11:11 am

I'm glad you found this forum! It's slow, but we try to be active :)


THat's is a beautiful lancer! You have some very rare parts on that engine. I'm envious! I like what you did with the gauges

How long have you owned the lancer? I would love to see some more pictures of your car.

We have some usdm lancers badges as dodge colts from a few members on the board. I have a 1978 dodge colt "78 lancer coupe" and imported 3 ex1800 gsr's from Japan. There are a few members here with some nice cars.

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Re: Hello from Japan.

Post by KazGSR » Sat Sep 25, 2021 6:49 pm

Thank you everyone.
This car has been owned for 22 years.
Everyone has a good car and it will be very helpful to see the car.
I also use Japanese parts, but I also love parts from USA, UK and Australia.
The Mallory Distributor for 4G32 chain drive is set to a fixed advance angle and retarded by MSD.
I also use the Center Force dual friction clutch, but it's a shame that it's no longer in production.
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Re: Hello from Japan.

Post by airbats801 » Wed Oct 13, 2021 11:09 am

You have some very nice upgrades. Is that the pajero waffle pan? It's a good upgrade on these old transmissions!

You have a very nice car and its great to see you have kept it so long. Thank you for sharing

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