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Filed Under (Mitsubishi) by admin on 07-06-2010
Valve timing procedures Valve timing procedures Ensure crankshaft at TDC on No.1 cylinder. Ensure crankshaft pulley timing mark aligned with 0° timing mark on chain cover . Ensure notch on camshaft points upwards . If notch not visible, turn crankshaft one more turn. Install timing gears as follows: Ensure crankshaft gear and intermediate shaft gear timing marks aligned . Install LH balancer shaft . Ensure timing marks on intermediate shaft gears and LH balancer shaft gear aligned  & . Ensure RH balancer shaft gear and oil pump gear timing marks aligned . Install oil pump housing complete with RH balancer shaft. Ensure timing marks on oil pump gear and crankshaft gear aligned . Install injection pump as follows  : Ensure notch on injection pump gear aligned with mark ‘T’ on flange . During installation of injection pump: Notch on gear moves in direction of arrow. Install timing chain as follows:
Filed Under (Mitsubishi) by admin on 18-12-2010
Function The original intercooler for the L200 is quite small. Because of this the cooling capacity is low and the pressure drop is considerable. When increasing the power output of the L200 engine the boost air temperature must be kept as low as possible, while it has a great influence in performance as well as engine durability. Charge air cooling also has a positive effect on exhaust emissions from diesel engines. The pressure drop through the charge air cooler lowers the air mass flow trough the engine. To maximize air mass flow is essential to increase performance. The sttemtec charge air cooler upgrade maximizes the cooling capacity and minimizes the pressure drop of the charge air cooler without any negative effects of the vehicle. List of content 1. Charge air cooler 2. Air hose 3. Bag, Brackets and rubber mountings for intercooler Installation Installation preparations 1. Perform test drive with verification of general engine functions. 2. Wash engine bay with special attention to radiator and intercooler (wash, compressed air). System installation Remove the radiator grille by first remove the four plastic clips and then the claws by pulling out and up.
Filed Under (Mitsubishi) by admin on 20-12-2010
Exhaust System Removal Note: With a used vehicle, we suggest a penetrating spray lubricant to be applied liberally to all exhaust fasteners and al- lowing a significant period of time for the chemical to lubricate the threads before attempting to disassemble. 1. Unbolt the flange located just in front of the rear muffler as shown in. (figure 1) 2. Lubricate all the hangers and rubber isolators. 3. Using a muffler stand or an additional person to hold the rear muffler into position, remove the hangers from the rub- ber isolators and remove the rear muffler from the vehicle as shown. (figure 2) 4. Unbolt the flange located just behind the catalytic converter as shown. (figure 3) 5. Place hardware and gasket to the side for use during the installation of your new exhaust system. Using a muffler stand or an additional person to hold the front muffler assembly into position, remove the bolt from the rubber isolator and remove the front muffler assembly from the vehicle as shown. (figure 4) 1. Using the original hardware and gasket, place the muffler assembly into position as shown. Hand tighten the hardware for now. (figure 5) 2. Place a clamp over the expanded end of the intermediate pipe and set it into position as shown making sure to install the hanger into the rubber isolator. Do Not tighten the clamp. (figure 6) 3. Place a clamp over the expanded end of the tail pipe assem- bly and set it into position as shown making sure to install the hangers into the rubber isolators. Do Not tighten the clamp. (figure 7) 4. Check your exhaust system for proper clearance under the vehicle and also for tip alignment.
Filed Under (Mitsubishi) by admin on 24-12-2010
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV, V, VI, VII, VIII Mitsubishi Lancer FWD 2001 and up Mitsubishi Eclipse 2000 and up Estimated Installation Time: 30-45 Minutes Tools Required: -Philips head screwdriver -8mm wrench -10mm wrench -12mm wrench -8mm, 10mm, and 12mm sockets and ratchet -Bench vise -Grinder 1. Carefully unscrew the stock shift knob. 2. Remove ashtray and screw beneath it. 3. Remove two screws from inside the center console storage compartment. 4. Lift up on the rear section of the center console and unclip it from the front section. 5. Remove plastic screw from the driver’s side of the center console (near the gas pedal). Remove the plastic cover and the pop rivet beneath it. Then remove the two screws at the rear of the console (were hidden by the rearward part of the center console that was removed). 6. Unclip plastic connector at the rear of the console. Remove entire center console. 7. Loosen and remove the bolts at the front and rear of the plastic assembly. Note the order these parts are in as they must be replaced in the same order later in the installation. The front bolt does not need to be completely removed from the plastic assembly, only pulled out enough to allow the top part of the plastic assembly to be lifted off. Now remove the top of the assembly exposing the top of the shifter main pivot ball. 8. Remove the clip on the bottom of the shifter, which connects it to the lower shifter cable. Remove the plastic pivot cup from the lower shifter cable. Also remove the clip attaching the left side shifter cable to the shifter arm. The stock shifter can now be removed. 9. For an Evolution 8 follow this step: using a grinder, shave down the sides of the counterweight / boot support in order to remove the white plastic cup. This in no way damages the stock shifter and it is still usable after the procedure. This enables you to remove the white plastic retaining ring without any cutting.
Filed Under (Mitsubishi) by admin on 05-01-2011
2 Pre-Installation Before installing theVi-PEC VX ECU into the vehicle some pre-installation checks must be performed. 2.1 Injector Impedance Injector impedance is important and needs consideration before installing the ECU. 2.1.1 Mitsubishi ECUs The Mitsubishi VX Plug-In ECU is NOT designed to be used directly with low impedance injectors. All models this ECU is designed for are fitted with low impedance injectors from factory. Current through low impedance injectors is reduced by the use of factory fitted injector ballast resisters. This means that the ECU is plug-in compatible with factory fitted injector combinations on all models. DO NOT remove the factory fitted ballast resisters. 3 Installation This guide provides information on correctly and safely installing your new Vi-PEC VX Plug- In ECU. 3.1 ECU Handling Procedures