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Discussion in 'General Technical Discussion' started by Dirk1181, Dec 25, 2007.

  1. Dirk1181

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    Yes.

    Its a Type-S so it has AYC.

    A very nice car too, mine is the same just purple :)
     
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    nice looking car but personally i don't like tan leather
     
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    it looks nice, I like the wheels.

    Did anyone else notice the evo 7 and facelift non-vr4 in the background?
     
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    Seeing as the thread topic is AYC, though I am not sure the first post is related to it...

    My first AYC bar keeps lighting up sometimes on straight flat road, then going out. It stays on sometimes for 5 seconds, sometimes 10. Just give it a service to clear it up? And also, where are the sensors for the AYC? Could one be dodgy?
     
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    possibly tyre pressure or tyre tread left. Are they the same brand/model left and right?
     
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    YEP, certainly are. I'll get the diff/AYC serviced in a few weeks.
     
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    lol, you can't expect a drifter to have the same tyres on all of the rims! :p
     
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    i think the only rims i have with the same tyres are the compliance ones :p
     
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    as long as they are the same left and right, and within a few mm of tread all round, you should be fine. If the tyres at either end have significantly less tread than the others you will cause problems for the centre diff, and if there is any difference between the left and the right, you'll have AYC problems.
     
  11. Dirk1181

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    and waht is the right oil for the service intervall for the ayc system i need the partnumber from mitsubishi and a happy new year
     

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