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#1 Old 01-07-2013, 08:57 PM
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CSRT4 and mitsubishi

for some reason i remember reading somewhere that the engine was put together by hyundai and mitsubishi? 0.o

im asking because im looking to learn about these cars.


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I believe you're right. Its called a World Engine because a couple different manufacturers use it.

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I believe you're right. Its called a World Engine because a couple different manufacturers use it.
not use it, made it.

anyways this forum is pretty dead 0.o


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for some reason i remember reading somewhere that the engine was put together by hyundai and mitsubishi? 0.o

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Not sure about the engine, but the front suspension weldment is identical to a 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution MR. The front lower control arms are cast aluminum on the Lancer and will bolt right on to a Caliber SRT-4. the stock units are stamped steel and deform easily under heavy braking and cornering. You can also attach the sway bar to the control arms directly, eliminating the attachment point on the strut.
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I do know that mitt made most of this motor. the turbo is the same as a stock EVO/STI

belive it or not

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I do know that mitt made most of this motor. the turbo is the same as a stock EVO/STI

belive it or not
lmfao not.

evos and stis have completely different turbos

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CSRT4 and mitsubishi

thanks.

anyways how are these things on reliability?

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Not sure about the engine, but the front suspension weldment is identical to a 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution MR. The front lower control arms are cast aluminum on the Lancer and will bolt right on to a Caliber SRT-4. the stock units are stamped steel and deform easily under heavy braking and cornering. You can also attach the sway bar to the control arms directly, eliminating the attachment point on the strut.

So if I understand correct... I can take upgraded evo suspension and swap it in to the caliber srt4?

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So if I understand correct... I can take upgraded evo suspension and swap it in to the caliber srt4?
Can't answer that question. I do know that the lower control arms will work. I would suggest adding adjustable camber plates on the strut system.
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