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    Smile need advice pajero 96 exceed engine!

    GUYS i have a pajero 96 exceed am a amature compared to u guys on vehicles so i seek some advice from the enthusiasts,so i am planing on changing the engine on my pajero which engine will u guys recommend and pls give a idea on the price too,if it were upto me i would say the bigger the better but i would like to make a informed decision,so plz help me out guys thanks!


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    dude u shud go for V6 3000 cc for average power and 3.5 GDi if u want an extra ordinary performance !!!
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    first ask yourself. why do you want to change the engine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by abul View Post
    first ask yourself. why do you want to change the engine?
    well abul my engine has issues with deisel pump (oh sorry did i forget to mention this its deisel engine) its also consuming engine oil like a junkie,could have beared that if it would have had pick ,the other day i could,nt over take a dam truck bcuz of its pick otherwise slowly and gradually it builds up speed but its like 0 to 100 in 15 minits(more like eternity),it does 140 still on motorway but that requires constant battle with the paddle(accelerator) after like 20 minits u make it to 140km/hr from zero ,so yeah i figure i need to change my engine ,though it has never heated up thats the only plus i see in it .

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalfantasy1 View Post
    dude u shud go for V6 3000 cc for average power and 3.5 GDi if u want an extra ordinary performance !!!

    brov 3.5 gdi what make is it ,any idea on price and availability,the best guys to do the job in punjab or pakhtonkhuwa

    and in the end thanx digital fantasy brov,for a prompt reply take care

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    GDI - installing that engine in your Pajero in Pakistan means that you are a certified masochist - those engines were not meant to run on anything else than jap spec oxygenated 98 RON petrol.

    The original diesel engine is pretty good enough and can get it moving quick. If you want a swap then a 6G72 3.0 engine should be your engine of choice - it a little too electric but not a nightmare.
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    Mate both are genuine mitsu engines for Pajero ...... 1 is 3.0 V6 ... the other 1 is 3.5 GDI but yes I would certainly agree with Xulfiqar .... GDI engines have issues with the kinda fuel we use in this part of the world but they are very good on Power. It's the same engine that we have in Pajero evolution. I hope this helps u choose the kinda engine u want.
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    Go for the gdi...it is good in all aspects but u need to provide it with good fuel...from good reliable petrol stationss...it ia excellent in power and speed. I also have a pajero and had the same exact problem... I also made a thread "pajero issue". But now i have bought a new pajeroo...i checked with a mechanic last week and he said the gdi would cost around 3lac+ with complete system. i-e wiring, ecu etc(not so sure with or without gearbox) but i think by searching and spending sometime u'll find a good gdi around 2,50 lac..!! I hope this info was useful.!

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    GDI engines will NOT work in Pakistan - we do not have proper fuel in Pakistan and - you will be required to decoke the combustion chambers after every 20,000 kms of running - Mitsubishi have a walnut shell blaster to clean out the combustion chamber and vacuum it out - OR the desi way is to open up the head and scrape and polish it clean - not to mention to measure the 1800 psi of fuel pressure to determine if the high pressure pump on the engine - you would need to buy or fab a special tool to do it. Then come the injectors which are another story.

    If anyone recalls the Galants that were GDI - all have died or are dying - I personally have swapped quite a number of cars to regular mistu engines - 4G63NA - 6A12, 6A13.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    GDI engines will NOT work in Pakistan - we do not have proper fuel in Pakistan and - you will be required to decoke the combustion chambers after every 20,000 kms of running - Mitsubishi have a walnut shell blaster to clean out the combustion chamber and vacuum it out - OR the desi way is to open up the head and scrape and polish it clean - not to mention to measure the 1800 psi of fuel pressure to determine if the high pressure pump on the engine - you would need to buy or fab a special tool to do it. Then come the injectors which are another story.

    If anyone recalls the Galants that were GDI - all have died or are dying - I personally have swapped quite a number of cars to regular mistu engines - 4G63NA - 6A12, 6A13.
    so xulfiqar brov that leaves me with v6 3000cc engine then,any ways i would like to thank all who gave there valuable input and time to my thread,thank you guys now i think i'll be able to make a informed decision.

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    Go For 2JZ-Distributor Non EFi
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    I Am Also Planning A Swap In My Pajero 1992 Exceed With 2JZ-Distributor
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    If you want to convert from diesel to petrol engine ....Go for 3000cc V6 6G72 ..Parts are easily available as compared to other Pajero petrol engines .

    Other wise rebuild your 4M40 with original parts .or find any 4M40 [low mileage-clean engine] from torkhum etc..

    Cant understand why people try to jump 2JZ in other car or SUV
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    in Pakistan people think that the 2JZ - series of engines is the ultimate for anything
    Mehran,
    Corolla,
    Cressida,
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    Hino Truck
    Yasoob

    I mean everything that has wheels .. lol - In the future we may see recommendations to put a 2JZ-GTE in a tube well pump
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    oky guys i am all set for 3000cc v6 6G72,

    WOULD like to get some leads on where to find this engine in lahore,maybe u can direct me to well reputed dealer dealing in such engines.could any one name some thanx guys now starts the hunt for the engine.

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    Changing your diesel engine to petrol is not as simple as just that,
    You also need to consider wiring, gearing and diff ratios,
    No point in getting a high powered petrol engine if it won't match your gearing, that may mean changing your diffs as well, please research this completely prior to jumping into it and getting your hands burnt.
    It may be more practical to just have your engine problems rectified or the current engine rebuilt.
    The issues you have mentioned albeit a pain are not impossible to rectify and trust me rectifying them is far easier than replacing the engine with a completely diferent type.

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