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    Exclamation performance of pajero v6 3000cc

    i have pajero 88 model diesel. i want to swap petrol v6 3000cc pajero engine. what about its performance and price in lahore. fuel efficiency etc


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    Apologies in advance on hijacking the thread.

    On a similar note, have a nice clean '95 SWB with a 4M40 thats going through about a liter of 20W-50 on a one way LHR-ISB motorway run ... diesel pump has been checked and reworked (rex diesel in lahore), main seal was leaking so got that done too ..

    The options are:

    Overhaul it, no thanks
    Put another 4M40, but where is the fun in that
    Swap in a 4M41 with variable geometry turbo (200 PS) (but diesel is expensive these days)
    Throw in a 6G72 or even better an MVEC 6G74

    The 4M41 should be a straight forward swap (theoretically atleast) as the engine block is the same (assuming we can find a newish 2009+ 4M41)

    My question is:

    Would a 6G72/6G74 fit on the same mountings or will it need cut/weld (not keen on that)!

    Any other recommendations? I really want to stick it to the 1KZ'walas in the club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wbaig View Post
    Apologies in advance on hijacking the thread.

    On a similar note, have a nice clean '95 SWB with a 4M40 thats going through about a liter of 20W-50 on a one way LHR-ISB motorway run ... diesel pump has been checked and reworked (rex diesel in lahore), main seal was leaking so got that done too ..

    The options are:

    Overhaul it, no thanks
    Put another 4M40, but where is the fun in that
    Swap in a 4M41 with variable geometry turbo (200 PS) (but diesel is expensive these days)
    Throw in a 6G72 or even better an MVEC 6G74

    The 4M41 should be a straight forward swap (theoretically atleast) as the engine block is the same (assuming we can find a newish 2009+ 4M41)

    My question is:

    Would a 6G72/6G74 fit on the same mountings or will it need cut/weld (not keen on that)!

    Any other recommendations? I really want to stick it to the 1KZ'walas in the club.
    Love the last sentence. I have read it over and over again 4 times.

    I know in a Gen 1 its a straight forward swap. You will be surprised how well Mitsubishi retains basic components no matter what Gen you're driving. So, with no plausible rational, and just a hunch, I'd say you won't have to cut and weld, but Mitsuman should grace us soon to double that.

    With your 3.2DiD, it'll be hard for the 1KZ's to even eat your dust. Heck, I've smoked some 1KZ's with my Gen 1 4D56! Albeit, they weren't intercooled. Another option could be the latest gen 4D56 off of a Tritan, I hear its DA SHITS. But I'm pretty sure you won't be able to find one. Fingers crossed. Good luck.

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    But, life goes on. From RKR to MMC. 4x4 Engaged? Team Unimog, Pakistan

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    ^^^ Correction, its a straight forward swap for 3.0 V6s that are SOHC, not DOHC.

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    I will miss her, that RKR. She will always be the one that got away.
    But, life goes on. From RKR to MMC. 4x4 Engaged? Team Unimog, Pakistan

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    @RAOMMC

    And why not DOHC sir?
    MEN DO IT AT DAKAR!!!

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    @Mitsu
    I not know, I chota bacha, a titlee who has done the conversion told me, so just going by that titlee's word

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    I will miss her, that RKR. She will always be the one that got away.
    But, life goes on. From RKR to MMC. 4x4 Engaged? Team Unimog, Pakistan

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    Quote Originally Posted by wbaig View Post
    Apologies in advance on hijacking the thread.

    On a similar note, have a nice clean '95 SWB with a 4M40 thats going through about a liter of 20W-50 on a one way LHR-ISB motorway run ... diesel pump has been checked and reworked (rex diesel in lahore), main seal was leaking so got that done too ..

    The options are:

    Overhaul it, no thanks
    Put another 4M40, but where is the fun in that
    Swap in a 4M41 with variable geometry turbo (200 PS) (but diesel is expensive these days)
    Throw in a 6G72 or even better an MVEC 6G74

    The 4M41 should be a straight forward swap (theoretically atleast) as the engine block is the same (assuming we can find a newish 2009+ 4M41)

    My question is:

    Would a 6G72/6G74 fit on the same mountings or will it need cut/weld (not keen on that)!

    Any other recommendations? I really want to stick it to the 1KZ'walas in the club.

    The following page shows that 6G72 and 6G74 were available in Pajeros.

    6G72
    1988–1997 Mitsubishi Pajero (aka Montero/Shogun) (Japanese and Middle East markets)

    6G74
    1993–2004 Mitsubishi Pajero (aka Montero/Shogun)

    Mitsubishi 6G7 engine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    @RAOMMC

    Hahaha.....your reply reminds me of the song.....'dil to bacha hae g'!!!
    MEN DO IT AT DAKAR!!!

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    new kid here, looking to replace my 4D56 with a 3 litre 6V 6G72, is it a direct swap? whats the fuel consumption / litre. what are some of its known shorticomings?

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    yap its a direct swap... just make sure the swap is in front of you with all the wirings intact. 6G72 should give you around 9-10 on highway and 8 within city. Laparwah has done it and we took his jero to Jhal Magsi as a support car. Gave 10 on GT road.

    Shortcomings.... hmmmm i guess not something noticable...put in OEM plugs and air filter and you are good to go...

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    i have recently done this swap on my 90 jero 5 door. Its a direct bolt on swap, nothing needs to be altered except air filter box which needs to be exchanged with petrol one for airflow sensor and need some modification in exhaust for v6. As far as consumption is concren, i m getting it around 5 - 5.5 km/l in mix with manual tranny, but havent done proper tunning yet and hopefully its gonna increase after that.

    @desertdevil, sir from where u get plugs and air filter for ur 6g72. I have searched the local market but coudnt able to find them.

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    @Nomi... bro one of the older model lancer has the same size air filter as of pajero. i accidently found it in Peshawar in a very small khokha. if you want one i am planning to go in a day or 2 and will get you one. Spark plugs are also not an issue.

    if you have my cell number then call me when free..

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    @ Desertdevil, called you twice yesterday but didnt attend the call, must be busy. Can you please tell me the exact model of lancer whose air filter has same dimensions as v6 filter. I have checked in the market for lancer filter but again couldnt able to find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nomi_6633 View Post
    i have recently done this swap on my 90 jero 5 door. Its a direct bolt on swap, nothing needs to be altered except air filter box which needs to be exchanged with petrol one for airflow sensor and need some modification in exhaust for v6. As far as consumption is concren, i m getting it around 5 - 5.5 km/l in mix with manual tranny, but havent done proper tunning yet and hopefully its gonna increase after that.

    @desertdevil, sir from where u get plugs and air filter for ur 6g72. I have searched the local market but coudnt able to find them.
    what about 6g74 is that direct swap and what about fuel economy is it better than 4d56 which is a terrible engine when it comes to fuel consumption.
    thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by nomi_6633 View Post
    i have recently done this swap on my 90 jero 5 door. Its a direct bolt on swap, nothing needs to be altered except air filter box which needs to be exchanged with petrol one for airflow sensor and need some modification in exhaust for v6. As far as consumption is concren, i m getting it around 5 - 5.5 km/l in mix with manual tranny, but havent done proper tunning yet and hopefully its gonna increase after that.

    @desertdevil, sir from where u get plugs and air filter for ur 6g72. I have searched the local market but coudnt able to find them.
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