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    • 1998 Mitsubishi Montero Gen 2.5 aka Groot
      No real progress the past couple weeks...still waiting on OEM parts on backorder which I expect to arrive this week and also being Fathers day this past weekend, I spent it with family. The little time I had, I did some small little things along with cleaning up the license plate lens. After 19+ years exposed to the elements they lost their clarity, but with some $8 polishing compound and a microfiber towel...they look just as good as new.

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    • Dyno Leaders
      Hello all. I just wanted to check in and share some updated numbers.   My final N/A output was 261whp 284wtq. Engine was a 6g75 with ported heads and full bolt-ons.   Now onto my boosted graph. 488whp 461wtq and 487whp 464wtq. 6g74 on 16psi.
    • 1998 Mitsubishi Montero Gen 2.5 aka Groot
      This past weekend nothing major was done to the Montero as I am still waiting on a lot of Mitsu parts to move forward and plus I had a few things going on with family also. I did remove the center console though to clean 19 years of crud and other junk that has accumulated even though overall the Montero was well taken care of...I don't the previous owner went deep into really cleaning some areas. I wanted to do this because well:
      1. This contributes to a musty smell of the interior
      2. Its disgusting
      3. I like to have a clean vehicle interior. So here is the center console pieces...fairly well taken care of but in the nooks and crannies show definite signs of buildup over the years of ownership of crud accumulation and liquid spills through the years. Either the owner was a non smoker or if he/she was, she never smoked in the Montero. No hint of smell that a smoker was in the vehicle and the astray shows no signs cigerettes were ever in there.

      More crud
      Now to remove the super select shifter boot there are 4 small metal locking plates...carefully pry them off and DO NOT damage the plastic posts, which help lock the base plate to secure the base of the boot to the console.



      For the switches and buttons I used baby wipes to remove the crap around the bezels and then after that wiped them down with Lysol disinfectant wipes and finished them off with a microfiber wipedown. I used toothpicks to get into the small tight parts in the switches/buttons.

      Before and After
      I used a mixture of distilled vinegar with water (60/40 mix) and a old toothbrush to clean the center console as I didn't want to use any harsh chemicals and plus vinegar does a amazing job of breaking down all that grime almost instantaneously.
      For the shifter boot I just wiped it down with baby wipes and disinfectant wipes and it was good as new.
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