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 Post subject: do you know my car
PostPosted: Thu Nov 20, 2003 1:20 pm 
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this is it http://www.cardomain.com/memberpage/459041

is a lancer RWD from 1980 it have a 4G32 with two Mikuni carbs.
I have this car for some 5 months and had only two previous owners
nothing has taken out nor put in this almost 25 years

anyone know what transaxle use this car?
will it be possible to bolt an 199x mitsubishi transversal engine on this?

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 20, 2003 1:36 pm 
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that thing is sweet. you should be able to drop a 4g63 in it. know a days you can make anything work.


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Nice ride!
Can't really help you out on your Q though... I know the FWD G32b and the 4G63 can mate to the same gearbox, but I don't know about RWD equivalents... The Mitsu Mighty Max (or whatever their little 4-cyl. pickup was called in Colombia) will have an RWD gearbox you can use with a 4G63 though if you want to go that route. I suspect you'll end up making custom motor mounts no matter what.

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so, looks like I'll have a better chance if try to update the engine head with a EFI compatible, I don't really want a turbo, anyway never have seen a gasoline turbo Mitsu in Colombia, down here can be found, lancer and colts 1.6, Montero (pajero) 2.4 and the L200 pick up.. can one of those be a donnor?


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I think you can probably use parts off the 4G37 (1.8l Galants/Eclipses/Lancer 4WD) and maybe even 4G15 stuff.

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I think you can probably use parts off the 4G37 (1.8l Galants/Eclipses/Lancer 4WD) and maybe even 4G15 stuff.
4G37.. probably.

4G15.. probably not.

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Yup. But some 4G15 parts may fit, i.e. ECU & other electrical stuff. However the machanical stuff has to be G3x stuff, for obvious reasons.

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Yup. But some 4G15 parts may fit, i.e. ECU & other electrical stuff. However the machanical stuff has to be G3x stuff, for obvious reasons.
Come to think of it, I am curious if a 4G37 ECU would be an upgrade for a 4G15.

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Come to think of it, I am curious if a 4G37 ECU would be an upgrade for a 4G15.
:o :o Why didn't I think of THAT! The ECU's are electrically almost the same! Maybe it'll bolt right up! But doesn't the 4G37 have bigger injectors? Would mean more potential for HPs. And with all those mods around... 8) What do you think?

If more resonance evolves, I guess we should start a thread in the 4G15 section.

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Should be plug 'n' play. The MPI systems were pretty much all identical electrically.


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Dunno. There aren't many 4G37 around here in Germany. However, maybe someone has an ECU laying around collecting dust.
And I got another idea. Wouldn't the 4G63 SOHC stuff work, too?
I think it is time to start another thread.

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However, maybe someone has an ECU laying around collecting dust.
You're looking at him. :D
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And I got another idea. Wouldn't the 4G63 SOHC stuff work, too?
I think it is time to start another thread.
Not sure, and I'd agree with that.

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L200 4G63 engine and gearbox will bolt in. i'm pretty sure your mounts will work but if not its some basic customising. i think you'd have to cut the tunnel a little to line up the shifter though.

i've got pretty much the same car over here in nz, mine came out with a 1600 4g32 with a single carb but once i blew the head gasket i started the upgrade to a 4G63T SOHC out of a Galant with EX1800 turbo lancer running gear (gearbox, driveshaft, rear disc brake diff, wiring loom, and a few other goodies). just got to finish off some of the wiring and set up the fuel system for efi then she'll be back on the road

these cars are very common over here with the 1200 and 1600 engine's, there are also some EX1800 turbo's around. the EX2000's were only released in england and yours is not an EX2000, at a guess i'd say an EX1800 from the little spoiler lip under the front bumper and somebody must have repowered it.

if you're interested i have a small collection of photo's of modified versions on my computer, i could email you some if want, just email me at str_ng_r@hotmail.com

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