i'm more than sick of people complainin
about there mitsubishi engined cars
breakin down cause of the timing belt
or wining about the turbo. if u check
your belt about once every 3 or 4 or
months 20,000 miles at least odds are
that u'll find the problem before u
blow the head on your motor. checkin
the belt isn't difficult its a total of
four screws to remove. and if u turn
your car off emediatly without lettin
the intercooler on the turbo cool the
turbo down of course your gonna wreck
it u'll do that to any turbo. i bought
my car with 107000 on it and it now has
all wheel drive in snow. turbo boost
racing a stang or camaro in the
quarter. cockpit inside. the radio i
put in it that fit extremely easily and
was very easy to run wires throught the
car to the amp.
timing chains instead of belts. less
weight even though it helps in the snow.
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