Mitsubishi Lancer and Lancer Sportback Newer to the United States, the Lancer line offers a sporty compact sedan, with all of the fine styling of the performance minded Evolution.

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Old 01-30-2015, 09:57 AM
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Ok I have a 2009 ralliart sportback and want to upgrade my disks and obviously pads .... I'm driving myself insane trying to find the original manufacture for the disks as wanted to use the same people but get drilled and braided ones if that makes sense .... Brembo and stoptech cost alot and i dont think my stocks are brembo as my callipers are not, part numbers for front are 4615a179 and the back same but 192 ..... Who knows who made their rotors? Or can suggest reasonable not top spec but upgraded disks that look nice .... Mine are rusted and pads need changed anyway the indicator just started on them so figured now is the time to do them .... Just don't want to spend a bundle and find out I've actually downgraded on the stock ones .... Was going to get a map but obviously wanted to make sure the breaks were done 1st it's stupid to increase the power and not upgrade your breaks 👍 thanks in advance .... Also my drive belt was about to snap and effected by the last recall because my tensioner was seized up and I had murder getting them to do it on the recall but anyone else with the same issue it's all associated parts so your tensioner is covered as well as the belt! Just a heads up
Old 01-30-2015, 12:10 PM
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is there a problem with the rotors braking performance?
Old 03-09-2015, 12:02 PM
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maybe upgrade to the stock evo brakes? i think theyre one up from the ralliart.

personally i thing the stock mitsu brakes work great, but if you gotta change them, might as well go big.
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