Posted 28 April 2003 - 11:56 PM
what is the difference between the RS with other 4G92.
What is good about it? Please!
Posted 29 April 2003 - 11:00 AM
Mitsubishi Orion Series (4G1x)
4G11 - 1244cc
4G12 - 1410cc
4G13 - 1298cc SOHC - Saga, Iswara, Wira, Satria
4G15 - 1468cc SOHC - Saga, Iswara, Wira, Satria
4G16 - 1198cc
Mitsubishi Saturn Series (4G3x)
4G32 - 1597cc SOHC 8 Valve - Galant
4G33 - 1439cc
4G36 - 1238cc
4G37 - 1755cc SOHC 8 Valve - Cordia
Mitsubishi Astron Series (4G5x)
4G52 - 1995cc
4G54 - 2555cc SOHC 8 Valve to suit 2WD/4WD Vehicles
Mitsubishi Sirius Series (4G6x)
4G61 - 1595cc DOHC 16 Valve (Turbo - Mirage)
4G62 - 1795cc SOHC 8 Valve to suit 2WD Vehicles
SOHC 8 Valve to suit 4WD Vehicles
4G63 - 1997cc SOHC 8 Valve to suit 2WD Vehicles - Perdana
SOHC 8 Valve to suit 4WD Vehicles
DOHC 16 Valve to suit 2WD Vehicles - Perdana
DOHC 16 Valve to suit 4WD Vehicles - EVO 1-7, VR4, VR4 RS
4G64 - 2350cc SOHC 8 Valve to suit 2WD/4WD Vehicles
DOHC 16 Valve
4G67 - 1836cc DOHC 16 valve - Mirage 1.8
Mitsubishi 4G9x Series
4G92 - 1597cc SOHC 16 Valve - Satria
DOHC 16 valve non-MIVEC
DOHC 16 valve MIVEC
4G93 - 1834cc SOHC 16 Valve - Lancer
DOHC 16 Valve (Turbo - GSR & Non Turbo - GTi, Putra)
Mitsubishi V6 Engines
6A10 - 1587cc V6 DOHC 24 valve - Lancer
6A12 - 1997cc V6 DOHC 24 valve non-MIVEC - FTO/eterna
6A12 - 1997cc V6 DOHC 24 Valve MIVEC - FTO
6A13 - 2498cc
6G72 - 2972cc V6 SOHC 12 Valve to suit 2WD and 4WD Vehicles
V6 SOHC 24 valve
V6 DOHC 24 Valve - 3000GT
6G73 - 2497cc
6G74 - 3497cc V6 SOHC 24 Valve
V6 DOHC 24 Valve non-MIVEC
V6 DOHC 24 Valve MIVEC
Engine codes followed by a T (eg. 4G63T) denotes a factory turbo engine.
The list above only are only partially complete as the engines mentioned
come in all sorts of different configurations. The engines can have SOHC or
DOHC configuration depending on where it's marketed, and there are also a
variety of fuel system (carburettor, MPI/ECI injection). Some engines may
also have balancer shafts in them which were popularly marketed by
Mitsubishi as the 'Silent Shaft' technology.
Some engines are only meant for RWD only, i.e. suitable for longitudinal
mount only especially the older engines (eg. 4G32). Newer engines tend to
be transverse mounted. Another thing to note is that not all engines are
available in Malaysia, eg. 4G54 which is usually used in Australia in
Galant/Sapporo in the 1980s.
Four cylinder Mitsubishi diesel engines which usually have 4Dxx codes have
been omitted from the list.
Posted 29 April 2003 - 04:52 PM
izzit 1.8 SOHC V6 24V ???
Posted 29 April 2003 - 05:28 PM
has titanium valves. Power output and torque still remains the same..
Posted 30 April 2003 - 06:10 PM
Posted 30 April 2003 - 08:18 PM
Posted 02 May 2003 - 11:26 PM
Actually my friend just got one RS half cut and today just finished
transplanted into his wira. The engine has got 9200rpm rev limit cut.
Posted 05 May 2003 - 01:39 PM
Posted 05 May 2003 - 02:19 PM
yesterday. power is good, a lot much more better than those normal Mivec.
Got info from a foreign Mitsu gang. Mivec RS stand For Rally Spec (not
racing spec. This MiVeC-RS is using the same engine as a normal Mirage
MiVeCs, with the same wiring and inlet manifold and throthle body and head
and cams and block and pistons and conrods and every other thing you can
think of. the only difference is.. this engine is ported & polished,
lightened and balanced, that's why it rev higher. The whole Air Cond
System and Power Steering System is removed... It also uses an upgraded
computerbox... the new computer box increases the redline; i heard its due
to the EMS built-in and it doesnt allow FICDs to be attached to the
engine.. meaning.. if you were to add an aircond.. then you would have to
add a device called FICD to control the timing when the aircond is on and
off.. well.. this computer box just goes dead and causes the engine to die
too when an aircond is switched on....
Basically, the whole RS deal is more concentrated towards lightning the
car and reducing the workload of the engine..
i dont know how true.