Engine modifications MY15 Pajero GLS

by Mark Nochete
(Queensland)



Hello everyone, Im Mark, living in Queensland.


I just bought a MY15 Pajero GLS and I want to enjoy touring around QLD but not too hardcore (OffRoad) so I just decided to modify my engine to start with and also tyres and other suspensions but I dont want to really lift it up.

My plan is to add more power to my engine, put great suspensions without lifting it up much and put suitable tyres.

Any sugestions guys thanks!!

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Jul 01, 2015
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by: Mark

Thank you for your suggestions theyre really helpful to start with I just have to talk to someone whos a mechanic speciallywith mitsubishi to put on a good combination..
Thank you again

Jun 30, 2015
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by: Debztoy

Turbo diesel intercooled is a pretty good combo to start with, only thing I can really suggest would be to get it dyno tuned and maybe pick up the boost SLIGHTLY on the turbo, no need to go stupid high numbers as there is a risk you can blow it up.

You can also change the fuel filter and put a K&N air filter in it, I found in my Cruiser that made a huge difference straight away in pulling power.

Keep your air filter clean at all times and it will be very efficient.
You can also upgrade the exhaust, I have a 3" straight through on my Cruiser and he sounds amazing. Again can feel the difference in take off and pick up.
I also put in a part time kit, and that’s the biggest difference in power I have noticed.

Also with touring, look at either getting a long range tank fitted, or a secondary tank, or making/buying a jerry can holder or two. Again depending on where you want to go and how far the fuel stops are in between.

Jun 30, 2015
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by: Mark

Its a 3.2L 4 cylinders Diesel with intercooler turbo and its an Automatic as well.
Thanks!!

Jun 30, 2015
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by: Debztoy

What engine does it have? Turbo/diesel? Diesel? Petrol? Petrol/gas?

Jun 30, 2015
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by: Mark

Thank you.. Yeah she is really reliable and also not too thirsty for diesel and comfy inside. Yeah I would think about it first but also in regards with the engine, because I want to put more power as well, do you think what sort of modifications I should put on such as exhaust, air filter, turbo etc..
Thank you for the comment.

Jun 30, 2015
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by: Mark

Thank you so much for the comment, yeah I will think about it first, thanks bro.. Its really reliable and also its not too thirsty as well..

How about in regards to my engine because I want to put more power and speed, what sort of modifications I should start with such as exhaust, performance chips, air filter etc..
Thank you.

Jun 30, 2015
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Lift and tyres
by: Debztoy

Hi MArk, nice beast :)

Lift and tyres will depend on if you're camping straight out of the car, or if you're planning on towing a trailer behind you.

Figure that bit out first, then you can figure out what lift best suits you and your needs.

As for tyres, if you're not going full on 4WDriving, i recommend a great all round All Terrain that is great both off and on road.

First thing thou, figure out if you want to tow a camper trailer/caravan, or if you're going to go rooftop tent, or side room awning tent, or a stand alone tent :)

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