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    Default Mitsubishi i, 660c Intercooler Turbo - Info/Maintenance/Spares

    This page is to commemorate a JDM car, share its features and info that would help us take better care of this brilliant piece of engineering.

    [CBA-HA1W-LRDFZ] 4WD Turbo charged & Intercooled edition

    Mitsubishi i 660c Intercooler Turbo  Info  Maintenance  Spares  -1096270
    mitsubishi i or 'ia', A Japanese word meaning 'love'

    Mitsubishi i T 4WD is a 4-door all wheel drive (AWD) sedan (saloon) with 5 seats, initially designed as a concept car in Tokyo Design Studios. Its curb weight/kerb weight is 990 kg. The engine has 659 cc engine displacement and three Aluminium cylinder blocks. Moreover, the engine employs a wet sump lubrication system. It is a double overhead camshaft (DOHC) motor, intercooled & Turbocharged. It is positioned in the vehicle's rear part and has a longitudinal orientation. The cylinders of this particular engine have 4 valves per cylinder and are inline-arranged inside the engine block.
    The compression ratio of the engine is 8.8:1. As a fuel system it operates with electronic fuel injection (EFI). The engine's maximum torque of 94Nm is produced at 3000 rpm and the maximum power 64 bhp is given at 6000 rpm. Redline being @ 7.500 rpm.
    The fuel consumption of Mitsubishi i T 4WD is 7.1 L/100 km. This model has an automatic 4-gear transmission. It has a top gear ratio of 0.69:1. The vehicle's final drive ratio is 6.42:1. The front brake system of the vehicle includes ventilated 13" disks. The rear brake system is equipped with drums, servo assistance, anti-lock braking system (ABS) integrated with Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD).
    The front tires measure 145/65 R 15 72S. The rear tires have a size of 175/55 R 15 77V. This model utilizes a power assisted rack and pinion steering assembly with Electronic Power Steering (EPS).

    For a shockwave interactive video :
    http://www.sgcarmart.com/new_cars/newcars_overview.php?CarCode=10352

    Feel free to discuss / add / assist the keepers of this little hatch

    "MAY THE ODDS BE IN YOUR FAVOR!" *fingers crossed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wahab_Vohra View Post
    Nice work bro, Thanks for sharing the items, code and a channel for other buyers to get help. Since I am no longer available in my home country feel free to share more details.

    Also do an easy engine detailing. Four steps to follow:
    1) Wash Engine bay with high pressure water thoroughly
    2) Spray some Kerosene in the engine bay with high pressure air gun and let it sit for a while
    3) Wash the Engine bay again with High Pressure water
    4) Use a high pressure air gun to dry the engine bay thoroughly, this is the most important part.

    Let the car sit in the Sun for a while and gently idle it for a while, keep the back cover and trunk open for it to dry out. You can use your preferred service station to assist you with the service, just for a little bit of tip they would service the car the way you prefer.

    These JDM cars are designed to be water tight, as you can see with the ignition coils and connectors, are all water proof.

    Your engine bay would be all cleaned of oil residue and unwanted grime, and this would helps the car to stay cool and reduce gaseous odour.

    Wish you all the best,

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    You call that an engine detail ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wahab_Vohra View Post
    Nice work bro, Thanks for sharing the items, code and a channel for other buyers to get help. Since I am no longer available in my home country feel free to share more details.

    Also do an easy engine detailing. Four steps to follow:
    1) Wash Engine bay with high pressure water thoroughly
    2) Spray some Kerosene in the engine bay with high pressure air gun and let it sit for a while
    3) Wash the Engine bay again with High Pressure water
    4) Use a high pressure air gun to dry the engine bay thoroughly, this is the most important part.

    Let the car sit in the Sun for a while and gently idle it for a while, keep the back cover and trunk open for it to dry out. You can use your preferred service station to assist you with the service, just for a little bit of tip they would service the car the way you prefer.

    These JDM cars are designed to be water tight, as you can see with the ignition coils and connectors, are all water proof.

    Your engine bay would be all cleaned of oil residue and unwanted grime, and this would helps the car to stay cool and reduce gaseous odour.

    Wish you all the best,

    Cheers
    A. Wahab Vohra
    Thank you Wahab. Response Appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wahab_Vohra View Post
    And don't forget to pressure clean your intercooler and spray some cleaning fluid such as WD40 through your exhaust for some extra turbo whiz! It will run like a dream.
    you just got me all confused with this lol. off course to clean the intercooler i have to get the car raised at some service station. high air pressure would suffice as i think using some liquid would not be a good idea??? and running WD40 through the exhaust?? how am i suppose to accomplish that?

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    What spark plug is recommanded for Mitsubishi I? Price etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4084 View Post
    What spark plug is recommanded for Mitsubishi I? Price etc
    this is the part number for company recommended iridium spart plugs 1822A011

    you can google it to see the images.

    it costed me 55.95$ to buy the original ones from Mitsubishi in UAE. Thats the total price for Three plugs.

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    i do have spares but they are slightly used. if you want i can send them to you for a fair price

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    Quote Originally Posted by alihamza3389 View Post
    you just got me all confused with this lol. off course to clean the intercooler i have to get the car raised at some service station. high air pressure would suffice as i think using some liquid would not be a good idea??? and running WD40 through the exhaust?? how am i suppose to accomplish that?
    Remove the lower intercooler PVC housing, and spray some water jet in parallel through the dusty fins of the intercooler.

    Yes, remarkably the turbo is situated quite close to catback exhaust. Since it's quite compact, simply spraying WD40 through your exhaust will get rid of some of the soot particles lodged in and around the Turbo bearing. Doing so would make your turbo whiz better and some good revs would burn off the excess WD40.
    Cheers mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by alihamza3389 View Post
    you just got me all confused with this lol. off course to clean the intercooler i have to get the car raised at some service station. high air pressure would suffice as i think using some liquid would not be a good idea??? and running WD40 through the exhaust?? how am i suppose to accomplish that?
    Remove the lower intercooler PVC housing, and spray some water jet in parallel through the dusty fins of the intercooler.

    Yes, remarkably the turbo is situated quite close to catback exhaust. Since it's quite compact, simply spraying WD40 through your exhaust will get rid of some of the soot particles lodged in and around the Turbo bearing. Doing so would make your turbo whiz better and some good revs would burn off the excess WD40.
    Cheers mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wahab_Vohra View Post
    Remove the lower intercooler PVC housing, and spray some water jet in parallel through the dusty fins of the intercooler.

    Yes, remarkably the turbo is situated quite close to catback exhaust. Since it's quite compact, simply spraying WD40 through your exhaust will get rid of some of the soot particles lodged in and around the Turbo bearing. Doing so would make your turbo whiz better and some good revs would burn off the excess WD40.
    Cheers mate
    You just gave me my mission for Sunday. hahahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fahad.Ayub View Post
    You call that an engine detail ?
    Haha good one, unless someone owns an old leaky toyota which requires an expensive detailing to clean the engine bay. This simple wash usually works well with newer cars and helps to cleans an engine right out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wahab_Vohra View Post
    Haha good one, unless someone owns an old leaky toyota which requires an expensive detailing to clean the engine bay. This simple wash usually works well with newer cars and helps to cleans an engine right out.
    its not about leaky old oil your technique is wrong
    your not supposed to use any petro. based product or oil for cleaning your cars engine bay
    newer cars have a boat load of sensors which can get damaged by high pressure water so your better off using a normal garden hose and covering up sensitive areas like alternators throttle sensors etc
    water itself doesnt clean anything you need something like a de-greaser or all purpose cleaner and a few brushes for agitation

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    Quote Originally Posted by alihamza3389 View Post
    i do have spares but they are slightly used. if you want i can send them to you for a fair price
    Pm me your demand

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    check pm. sent u a message

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    I need frount tyre but not available in Lahore please tell me where I buy and how it's turbo work

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    I had 4 tyres. but I sold out @ 40 / KG
    now no availaba in Lahore I purchased a spare tyre from (MAi DI KHOOII) Rawalpindi. you haveto purchase l 4 tyres from lahoe.

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    dear

    i need AC filter
    sent you PM

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    Quote Originally Posted by ali.awan1 View Post
    I need frount tyre but not available in Lahore please tell me where I buy and how it's turbo work
    what do u mean how its turbo work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bilalpk73 View Post
    I had 4 tyres. but I sold out @ 40 / KG
    now no availaba in Lahore I purchased a spare tyre from (MAi DI KHOOII) Rawalpindi. you haveto purchase l 4 tyres from lahoe.
    you sold them at 40/kg? kiun bhai kiunnnnnnnnn

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    Quote Originally Posted by alihamza3389 View Post
    what do u mean how its turbo work?
    sure checking ur message

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wahab_Vohra View Post
    Glad to receive your query. Yes, it went up to around 15-16 km/L with AC. You should replace your mitsubishi's Air filter and spark plugs at the earliest. You will notice a remarkable increase in the whizzing sound of the turbo; more boost and effectively increasing the volumetric efficiency of the engine.
    Here's an unconventional tip, drive fast. It's a three cylinder hatch, that means the idle rpm's are set high. To save on fuel you should be quick and with as less braking as possible. Don't hesitate to rev up cos the compression design of its mivec engine is tuned to facilitate turbo and when its not in play its lagging. Less air, less power while fuel is being wasted to just have the engine running
    best of luck
    How much did the atf sp3 cost you?

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