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    Mitsu
    2020
    Mitsubishi
    Space Star "RedLine Edition"
    White
    Manual 5 speed

    Mitsubishi Space Star "RedLine Edition" 1,2 MIVEC 80.
    5 doors hatchback.

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    Factory body panel (side, front and rear skirt) 15" Wheel original Mitsubishi

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    Stock interior from RedLine Edition

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    Original 15" / 175 Mitsubishi alloy wheel.

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    Do some of you know if it's possible to remove the "bip" sound you heard when the seatbelt is not put-on?
    It's not a do not want to drive with the seatbelt, but if I put weight on the seat, it's enough to activate it.
    Thank you if you know how to remove it... I searched here but I didn't find it. Maybe I do not use the right words?
    You're talking about the beep/chime/bip when you drive with the drivers seatbelt unbuckled? Or does yours do that for the passenger seat if you put something on it?
    I'll have to try to see if I can shut that warning off. If I move a car across the parking lot(not wearing a seatbelt) it'll start chiming away and won't shut up until you either shut the car off or buckle the seatbelt. It still goes off once stopped and car is shifted to park.
    I'll try to mess with that when I get a chance, Maybe later today?


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    I got the two case you mention! But the worst is about the weight put in the seat, I need to put the seatbelt on even if there is nobody on the passager seat.
    It's nice if you can check it, thank you very much!
    I will put some other pictures of "Mitsu" this week.

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    The more I see that white one, the more it looks like a racecar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7milesout View Post
    The more I see that white one, the more it looks like a racecar.
    Yes, I love the tiny racing look pretty much. When I meet people, most of them don't think it's a 80 horse power engine under the hood.
    By the way, I got a question : I need to change from front to rear the wheels, do you know how many Newton meter I need to but on the bolt? Thank you very much all, I will post news pictures soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitsu View Post
    Yes, I love the tiny racing look pretty much. When I meet people, most of them don't think it's a 80 horse power engine under the hood.
    By the way, I got a question : I need to change from front to rear the wheels, do you know how many Newton meter I need to but on the bolt? Thank you very much all, I will post news pictures soon.

    88-108 Nm

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    So shoot for 0.001 killerNewtons. I looked that up, that's like 73 to 74 lb-ft. I've been lucky, I can't remember if I set the torque wrench to 75 lb-ft or 80 lb-ft. It was one of those, that's when I poot my wheels back on when I did my super-sport rallye race wheel painting.

    And it's not that I think it's critical to use a torque wrench. But I like the idea of the nuts being torqued EQUALLY. For some reason that makes me feel mo' bettuh.

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    Thank you everyone.

    So tires are changed and I take profit of it to check rust on the car. Here are some of it on picture :
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    So, here is my question : how do I remove rust?
    I guess I can paint the drum (rear brake) but can I paint too the face with the four bolt?
    For the car's cardan shaft, removing the rust with a metal brush, then paint it? Applying oil?
    And for the last part on the arm of the car, do I need to do something?

    Thank you very much all for your help!

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    I use a walking stick and it falls between the seat and the passenger side door. I just click the passenger belt and that keeps my stick off the floor and turns off the air bag warning.

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    Thank you for your advice! the sound is pretty annoying.
    Do somebody have any idea about the rust?



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