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A customer is probably hard pressed to find a better engine than the 4G64 engine from Mitsubishi not just because it is created by one of the leading providers and manufacturers of engine today - the Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) - but also because it has been tested over the years already that it can deliver the quality reliability, consistency, and dependency that cannot be beaten. It also helps that Mitsubishi Group has already established itself as one of today’s biggest Japanese multinational companies. This reputation leads the company wide-scale trustworthiness that’s not easy to compete with.
Compact Power Units
The one attribute that lends this engine its remarkable reputation could perhaps start with its compact power units that consist of in-line three and four-cylinder engines that have a V6 profile. Everyone already knows that 4-cylinder gasoline engines are the most widespread engines that are available in the market, but the power of the engine doesn’t stop there. It may be the brand’s most popular engine to date, but what makes it stand out even today for reasons that customers unanimously agree to is its reliability even in the most compromising situations and work environments. In fact, this engine is so reliable that it is now the main powerful element used in powering Mitsubishi’s Saturn, most popularly used by South Korean brand, Hyundai. This is also an engine best used in major forklifts.
It helps, too, that this engine has a capacity of 2,351 cc (2.4 L), which is the brand’s second-biggest capacity in its entire brand. Other attributes it has include being in two versions, which are the 16-valve SOHC and DOHC versions. People are also impressed by the fact that this engine has a Multi-Point Fuel Injection system and the fact that it has a bore and stroke of 86.5 mm × 100 mm (3.41 in × 3.94 in). The direct injection that this engine has keeps it optimal and premium enough that it is the primary choice for all companies that need maximum control, reliability, and safety in their operations.
The strength of a company could also spring from the trustworthiness of its manufacturer. The particular department creating the 4G64 engine is the Shenyang Aerospace Mitsubishi Motors Engine Manufacturing Co Ltd. The production of the engine could be traced way back at its first creation in 1983. Up to now, the engine is still widely available, especially in the vehicle model, Sirius. Another strong spec of this engine is its MIVEC intake that has either 2 or 4 cylinders with a total displacement of 2,351 ccs.
This engine’s compression ratio also comes in 8.5, 9, 9.5 or 11.5, and these ratio selections are best applied in Mitsubishi Chariot, Mitsubishi Eclipse and Mitsubishi Delica Van. There are plenty more vehicle brands that use this engine, and that is a strong testament to how reliable this engine has maintained itself to be.
We should also add here that the 4G64 is the second largest variant today in Mitsubishi’s line of selection, even if that early models of this vehicle had the 8-valve SOHC and 16-valve SOHC versions. Its torque of about 3000 rpm is also a strong value-added strength in this engine that makes its performance the top choice of its loyal customers. The torque of @ 2500 rpm of this engine makes this also an engine highly popular in Japan.
Embracing Competence and Powerful Performance
What could be an added strength to this engine is the fact that Mitsubishi is a brand that does its best to embrace a commitment to a future of renowned performance. Its corporate vision in the future has made this engine a piece of precise engineering from Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine America, Inc. The 30 years of experience under this brand has made this engine a turbocharging engine that wants to empower all kinds of vehicles in various industries.
Mitsubishi also wants to position itself as not just a creator of this 4G64 engine, but also as a consistent creator of machines that are always synonymous with reliability and customer driven approach. It wants to center itself to creating expert knowledge and authority in providing power and value to the customers. This is exactly what is offered by the 4G64 engine.
Larger But Identical
It’s an added interest to buyers to know that the 4G64 block is almost an exact identical match to the 4G63 that are being used in EVOs and major forklifts. The casting form of this engine is exactly the same, but it does now have a 6mm-taller deck height with a 1.5mm lager bore, but no oil squirters for the piston. This implies that there might be added work needed when using this engine to other vehicles that need it. Rest assured, whatever vehicle using it need existing components just to make sure that they work at its most optimal value.
When there’s an added feature to any engine that makes it usable in other areas, that makes that engine even extra special. This is what you get with the 4G64 engine. There are car users that have used this engine not just for forklifts, but also for a LESCO Race Engine Development to improve it, and it did deliver what it should. It should be an added strength in this engine, too, that they are interference engines, but the SOHC 8V 4G64 is, however, a non-interference engine. All these attributes make any vehicle that this engine is applied to be truly powerful and capable in any racing track.
The Ultimate Choice
From being applied to Mitsubishi Chariot from 1993-1997 to being placed in the engine of 2000-2005 Mitsubishi Eclipse, truly it’s not hard to see why this engine is an ultimate choice for those looking for the best investment in their engines or vehicles. Anyone who wants to get the most out of their investments in 16-valve or 8-valve vehicles or any forklift will see that there may not be anything better than the 4G64 engine. Even if the customer wants an LPG version of this engine, the 4G64 is still also a powerful option because its LPG version is available and was released in March 1996.
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