2000 TJ MITSUBISHI MAGNA SPORTS 6G74 LAKESIDE PARK QLD - Track Racing - Inside View
Short video from outside the car available here http://youtu.be/fuKego2VqtI
TJ Mitsubishi Magna Sports 6G74 5 speed Triptronic Auto at Lakeside Park QLD Practice day 9/9/2011 - The In Car video from BULLS-I ETK-B2000 crash cam. This was my everyday drive car. It was the only time I had taken the auto magna out on the track. The car is stock mechanically but had some minor suspension, and brake upgrades (lowered king springs with boge shocks, larger dual pot front calipers and rotors) It was running in full automatic mode with 215/45/17 slicks on evo 9 alloys. The Beep Beep is my speed alarm going off set @ 110kph
Magna TJ 6G74 Engine Knock when Hot
Magna TJ 6G74 Engine Knock when Hot
Engine will make a Knocking noise from the sump area only when hot. Its not
too offensive but annoying and dosnt sound correct.
Have changed the oil to some penrite 10w-50W fully synthetic but has made
no real difference. If anything just takes a bit longer to start knocking
Have started using 95 Ron fuel in the hope its pinking though i believe i
am being optimisitic.
Took it to a garage who said it was piston slap and common in magnas but i
am not confident that they really know Magnas inside and out. I also
thought piston slap normally happened when engine was cold only.
Wonder if anyone else had come across this. the cars done 175K but i have
also noticed this on a magna car i looked at that had done 100k. Its super
annoying but otherwise car runs well.
Nulon engine treatment didnt make a difference. I have noticed the noise is
from far right of the sump pan (towards passenger side) and if i pull the
spark plug lead closest to the passenger side off the noise appears to
stop. any ideas?
Mitsubishi 6G74 3.5 V6 acceleration tests
2000 Model Mitsubishi TH Magna, with 4 speed INVECS II gearbox, 156kw SOHC
and 293 XXX Kms on the car! 0-100 (speed alarm set at 100km/h) and
overtaking 90-130km/h test
Alex's TJ Magna - 3 Inch Straight Pipe (Drive By)
WATCH IN HD!
Alex's TJ Magna - 3 Inch Straight Pipe, drive by. In the course of this
video we were doing under the speed limit then speeding up to it. No road
rules were broken. Filmed by Raymond.
Nissan GTR vs Mitsubishi EVO FQ 400 - Fifth Gear
In this classic Fifth Gear clip these two Japanese super cars are going
head to head to see which is best, first is an autotest and the second a 2
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Mitsubishi Ralliart Magna
A few photos of build #001.
Many of the photo's taken with other members of ModifiedMitsubishi.com.au.
The New Generation Continously Variable Transmissions ( CVT ) for Nissan & Mitsubishi
Mitsubishi and Nissan are now entering the next generation CVT technology.
Jatco is the manufacturer for all Mitsubishi and Nissan CVT equipped
vehicles. Jatco is own 82% by Nissan and 18% by Mitsubishi.
In North America, the CVT7 will be equipped on both the Mitsubishi Mirage &
Nissan Versa Note.
This video will demonstrate the enhancements made over previous generation
CVTs used in vehicles like the Mitsubishi Lancer and Nissan Sentra.
- Evosoul Select
Video sourced from Nissan Japan
MOD (Mitsubishi Owners Day) 2012 | PHOTO M.D.
*Disclaimer* : I did not do full coverage so not every car can make it into
a video neither can I shoot every car (1000+ cars) within a 4 hour period.
Models: Marissa Hiroko
Soundtrack: Loadstar - Second Skin
How To Find TDC The 'Easy' Way -EricTheCarGuy
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Here's another great use for your vacuum gauge. If you're trying to find
TDC (Top Dead Center) compression stroke say for a leak down test, this is
an 'easy' way to do that. Also, if you are doing a leak down test you're
already set up to do the test once you find TDC. This method could save
you quite a bit of time. Just be sure to use a gauge that's capable of
reading pressure as well as vacuum or this method won't work. Here's a
link to a video on how to perform that leak down test should you need that
Leak down test video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgrfT0LFMhc
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