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    • A Galant Beast Project!
      For a USDM 8g Galant...easiest and probably the best options and selection of power options is a 4G63 or DOHC head swapped 4G64. There has been a good dozen or so owners that have successfully done the swap with success. 6A13TT wasn't made a available in any production Mitsubishi vehicle sold in the N.A market so aftermarket support is very limited and finding anyone in the U.S that has extensive experience with that motor is scarce. You will have to get knowledge on Mitsubishi forums outside the U.S like Asian and Europe as also aftermarket parts support. Wiring is fairly easy if you plan to swap to a 4G63 or swap to a DOHC 4G64 head.  If you have a V6...you have options as 6G72 (3.0) support is good and also options of 6G74 (3.5) and 6G75 (3.8) options to swap or interchange parts for more power.  Swapping from a 4cyl to a 6cyl or vice versa is more work so most will suggest stick with the powerplant you have or if you desire the other powerplant just buy a Galant that has it already.
    • A Galant Beast Project!
      Hi guys! This is my first thread to the forum! This question might have been answered but I couldn't find complete info so do point me in the right direction! Appreciate positive responses and no skepticism pls!   I have been thinking of making a car for myself. I have taken part in a few customization projects too(2JZ-GTE in a 95' civic for example). But these were my friend's and they had pretty much all knowledge. I want to know which engine to put in a galant? 4G36T? Or 6A13TT? Which ones better on horse power and a relatively easier swap? Also, what changes would I require(a list would be nice, like supercharge it, add new intakes etc) to install and then increase the stock hp.  My personal opinion was the 6A13TT. Any info on this engine?
    • Real-Life Fast And Furious: Driving Sung Kang's ridiculously sexy Datsun 240Z
      Filed under: Aftermarket, Celebrities, Nissan, Classics Sung Kang set out to build a track toy for him and his friends. Instead, his project car took on a life of its own. Here's the story behind the Fugu Z.Continue reading Real-Life Fast And Furious: Driving Sung Kang's ridiculously sexy Datsun 240Z Real-Life Fast And Furious: Driving Sung Kang's ridiculously sexy Datsun 240Z originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 02 Feb 2016 11:20:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments[url={url}]View the full article[/url]
    • Dutch salvage operation raises over 1,400 sunken Mistubishis
      Filed under: Government/Legal, Videos, Weird Car News, Mitsubishi, Europe Dutch salvage teams successfully wrapped up a tricky, months-long salvage operation off in the North Sea earlier this year. In early December 2012, in snowy, storm-wracked seas roughly 30 miles off the Dutch coast, the massive car carrying ship MV Baltic Ace collided with the container ship Corvus J. Baltic Ace. The Baltic Ace immediately began taking on water, capsized, and sank in 115 feet of water. The entire ordeal took 15 minutes. When she went to the bottom, Baltic Ace took 11 of her 24 man crew, 1,400 assorted Mitsubishis bound for the Russian market, and 540,000 liters of fuel. She lay there on her side for two years, impeding traffic to the busy Port of Rotterdam and threatening an environmental disaster, until the Dutch government was able to deal with the situation.

      According to Reuters, the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment contracted maritime salvage companies Boskalis and Mammot Salvage in 2014 to clear the wreckage from the sea floor. First, they carefully pumped out all the toxic fuel and disposed of it. Then, using a very clever wire-cutting system, they cut Baltic Ace's hull into 8 pieces on the seabed. Once the hull was cut up, the team used heavy, seagoing cranes, to lift each piece onto a barge and ship it to a port in Rotterdam to be scrapped. Despite being impeded by heavy seas, bitter cold, and bad storms in their short March to October work window, Boskalis and Mammot Salvage completed the job two months ahead of schedule. By October, 2015, all traces of the doomed ship and her cargo of Mitsubishis were gone. The final bill for the salvage operation was around $91 million dollars.Continue reading Dutch salvage operation raises over 1,400 sunken Mistubishis Dutch salvage operation raises over 1,400 sunken Mistubishis originally appeared on Autoblog on Sun, 31 Jan 2016 10:45:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments[url={url}]View the full article[/url]
    • Mitsubishi unveils their X-2 Stealth fighter
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