Código Motores Mitsubishi

Código Motores Mitsubishi

Notapor charspeed » Jue Jul 16, 2009 1:06 pm

Mitsubishi use a four-digit naming convention.

* The first (digit) signifies the number of cylinders; "2" = straight-2, "3" = straight-3, "4" = straight-4, "6" = V6, "8" = V8.

* The second (letter) formerly referred to the fuel type; "D" = diesel, "G" = gasoline. However, since the 1980s, this has changed. Two engine families were introduced using the letter "A" to denote that all the engines in the family had an alloy cylinder head. Their latest engines, however, do not follow any previous conventions (e.g. 4M4x, 3B2x, etc).

* The third (digit) previously denoted the engine family. Five of the "4Gxx" straight-4 engine families had distinct names; "4G1" = Orion, "4G3" = Saturn, "4G4" = Neptune, "4G5" = Astron, and "4G6" = Sirius.

* The fourth (digit) is the specific engine model within the family. It is not a guide to its place within that family, nor is it a guide to the capacity of the engine.


There may also be supplementary letters after the initial four characters:

* "T" can indicate that the engine is turbocharged (e.g. 4G63T)

* "B" that this is the second version of the engine (e.g. 4G63B)

Where engine codes are used which include the supplemental letters, the first digit denoting the number of cylinders may be omitted, so 4G63T may be seen as G63T. Check out deals on our other Japanese engines too.

* Two cylinder:

Mitsubishi's smallest powerplants, most commonly found in their earliest models in the 1960s:

2G — First introduced in the second generation Minica in 1969 to replace the two-stroke ME21 powerplant. The 2G10 was an OHV, like its predecessor, but in 1972 a new OHC design called Vulcan was introduced which saw service throughout the 1970s.

ME21 — A 359 cc twin cylinder OHV engine in the 360 pickup truck and the first generation Minica.

NE19A — The 493 cc twin cylinder engine in the Mitsubishi 500, the first passenger car built by the company after the

Second World War.

* Three cylinder

Mitsubishi's smallest modern engines are primarily designed for the Japanese-market kei car class:

3A9x — The 3A91 used in the new Colt in 2005.

3B2x — The 3B20, found in the 2003 Mitsubishi i, uses a 660 cc DOHC with the company's MIVEC variable valve timing and an intercooled turbocharger, and was designed with the aim of exceeding Japan's 2010 fuel economy requirements.

3G — Introduced in the 1980s, initially as a 550 cc, and enlarged to 657 cc in 1990 when changes in kei car regulations permitted. High performance versions used a 15v head, and can claim the distinction of being the first production engine to feature five valves per cylinder, beating rival designs from Bugatti, Toyota and Audi to the market by at least a year. The 3G83T in the Minica Dangan was the first turbocharged kei car available in Japan.

* Four cylinder

Mitsubishi has developed twelve families of straight-4 engines:

4A3x — A 660 cc engine designed for kei cars in 1994, enlarged to 1100 cc in 1999.

4A9x — A 1.3 and 1.5 L engine introduced in the 2003 Colt.

4B — The newest family of straight-4 engines being developed in a joint-venture with DaimlerChrysler and Hyundai known as the Global Engine Manufacturing Alliance (GEMA), all featuring aluminum engine block, DOHC heads, 4 valves per cylinder and MIVEC variable valve timing. The first of these are the 4B11 2.0 L and 4B12, a 2.4 L fitted to the 2007 Lancer and Outlander.

4DRx — Two 2659 cc straight-4 turbodiesels, 4DR5 and 4DR6, fitted to the company's Jeep which it built under licence from Willys between 1953 and 1998.

4G1x "Orion" — 1.2 L to 1.6 L. First introduced in the 1978 Colt, and now the basis for the high performance variant of the 2003 version.

4G3x "Saturn" — Ranging in size from 1.2 L to 1.8 L, this family first saw service in the 1969 Colt Galant.

4G4x "Neptune" — 1.2 L to 1.4 L straight-4 engines available in the Lancer and Galant in 1979.

4G5x "Astron" — Offered from 1972 in capacities from 2.0 L to 2.6 L, the Astron family pioneered the modern use of twin balance shafts in a straight-4 configuration. The system, introduced in 1975 and dubbed "Silent Shaft", built on the patents of Frederick Lanchester which Mitsubishi had obtained, and proved a lucrative venture when it was licensed to numerous other manufacturers.

4D5x "Astron" diesel — Also part of the "Astron" family, the 2.3 L was the first diesel engine to be fitted to a Japanese passenger car. The subsequent 2.5 L version, introduced in 1986, is still in production, a popular choice in its line of pickup trucks where it is regarded as rugged, reliable and inexpensive to maintain.

4G6x "Sirius" — Available in capacities from 1.6 L to 2.4 L, this was the favoured performance variant for Mitsubishi. The 4G61T powered their Colt Turbo, while the 4G63T, first introduced in the 1980 Galant, went on to see service in the Sapporo and Starion coupés during the so-called "turbo era" of the 1980s, before creating for itself an illustrious motorsport heritage as the powerplant under the hood of the World Rally Championship-winning Lancer Evolution. A UK-market Evo known as the FQ400 had a 298 kW (405 PS) version of the Sirius, making it the most powerful car ever sold by Mitsubishi.

4G9x — 1.5 L to 2.0 L. The first modern gasoline direct injection (GDI) engine, in the Mitsubishi Carisma, was an 1834 cc 4G93 straight-4.

4M — Mitsubishi's replacement for the "Astron" diesel, available as a 2.8 L, and later as a 3.2 L with direct injection.
KE — A range of OHV straight-4s powering the Colt range in the 1960s.

* Six cylinder

. Mitsubishi has three families of V6 engines, which have seem use in its midsize lines, coupés and compacts.

6A — The smallest of these, the 1.6 L, was introduced in the Mitsubishi Mirage MX in 1992, and remains the smallest modern production V6. Larger versions powered the higher-spec versions of their family cars, with both the 6A12 2.0 L and the 6A13 2.5 L being given twin-turbo setups for the latter generations of the Mitsubishi Galant VR-4.

6B — The newest family of V6 engines featuring DOHC and SOHC heads and MIVEC variable valve timing. The first of these is the 6B31 3.0 L fitted to the 2007 Outlander.
6G "Cyclone V6" — First seen in the 1986 Debonair and Diamante as a 2.0 L and 3.0 L, it has been the flagship powerplant of the company except when they briefly built a V8 in 1999-2001. The staple of their high-end sedans, it was given twin-turbos for the Mitsubishi GTO, and became the most powerful car ever built by the company at the time. Subsequent 3.5 L versions were also popular in their SUV range, especially with GDI. Now expanded to 3.8 L with the 6G75 which underpins the newest versions of the Galant, Eclipse and Australian-built Mitsubishi 380.

KE64 — A straight-6 derivative of the KE4x straight-4 engines developed for the first Debonair from the 1960s Mitsubishi Colt.
"Saturn 6" — A 2.0 L straight-6 variant of the Saturn straight-4 was made for the Mitsubishi Debonair in the 1970s to replace the KE64.

* Eight cylinder


8A — For its Japan-only Proudia and Dignity models, Mitsubishi built an alloy-headed 4.5 L V8 with GDI. The vehicles proved unsuccessful, and were quickly discontinued. However, the range had been developed in conjunction with the Hyundai Motor Company, whose Hyundai Equus fared much better.

Other engines. GEMA engine — See the 4B range above.

Some of their Current vehicles are: Challenger, Colt, Eclipse, Galant, Grandis, Grunder and more.

Some of their past vehicles are: Airtrek, Aspire, Carisma, Celeste, Chariot, Cordia, Debonair and more.

Some of their Concepts & prototypes are: ASX, Concept-CT MIEV, Concept D-5, Concept-EZ and more.
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Re: Código Motores Mitsubishi

Notapor charspeed » Jue Jul 16, 2009 1:14 pm

4G13 12-valve SOHC 1.3 litre specs
Bore x Stroke: 71.0 x 82.0 mm
Piston Displacement: 1298cc
Compression Ratio: 9.5:1
Max Power: 55kW @ 6000rpm (redline 6500rpm - limiter 6750rpm)
Max Torque: 108Nm @ 4000rpm
Horse power: 74(CA)
Torque: 80(CA)

4G13 16-valve SOHC 1.3 litre specs
Bore x Stroke: 71.0x82.0 mm
Piston Displacement: 1298cc
Compression Ratio: ??
Max Power: ??
Max Torque: ??
Horse power: ??
Torque: ??

4G15 12-valve SOHC 1.5 litre specs
Bore x Stroke: 75.5 x 82.0mm (2.97" x 3.23")
Piston Displacement: 1468cc
Compression Ratio: 9.2:1
Max Power: 69kW @ 5500rpm
Max Torque: 126Nm @ 3000rpm
Horse power: 92
Torque: 93

4G15 95-00 Dohc 16V not 12V
Bore x Stroke: 75.5 x 82.0 mm
Piston Displacement: 1468cc
Compression Ratio: 9.5:1
Max Power: 110ps/6000rpm
Max Torque: 14.0kg.m/3000rpm
Horse power: 110bhp
Torque: ??

4G15 16-valve DOHC 1.5 litre Turbo specs
Bore x Stroke: 75.5 x 82.0mm
Piston Displacement: 1468cc
Compression Ratio: ??
Max Power: ??
Max Torque: ??
Horse power: ??
Torque: ??

4G15 16-valve DOHC 1.5 litre MIvec specs (non turbo)
Bore x Stroke: 75.5 x 82.0mm
Piston Displacement: 1468cc
Compression Ratio: 10.0:1
Max Power: 72kw98ps/6000rpm
Max Torque: 132N.m13.5kg.m/4250rpm
Horse power: 98bhp
Torque: 132N.m

4G19 16V DOHC 1.4 Liter Mivec
Bore x Stroke: 75.5 x 75.0mm
Piston Displacement: 1343cc
Compression Ratio: 10.0:1
Max Power: 66kw90ps/5600rpm
Max Torque: 121N.m12.3kg.m/4250rpm
Horse power:90bhp
Torque: 121N.m


4G63T 16-valve DOHC 2.0 litre Turbo specs
Bore x Stroke: 85.0 x 88.0
Piston Displacement: 1997cc
Compression Ratio: 8.5:1/8.8:1/9.0:1
Max Power: ??
Max Torque: ??
Horse power: 210-405
Torque: ???

4G67 16-valve DOHC 1.8 litre specs
Can be found in: ??
Bore x Stroke: ??
Piston Displacement: 1836cc
Compression Ratio: ??
Max Power: ??
Max Torque: ??
Horse power: ??
Torque: ??

4G92 16-valve SOHC 1.6 litre specs
Bore x Stroke: 81x77.5 mm
Piston Displacement: 1597cc
Compression Ratio: 10.0:1
Max Power: 83kW @ 6000rpm
Max Torque: 137Nm @ 5000rpm
Horse power: 111
Torque: 101

4G92 16-valve DOHC 1.6 litre MIVEC specs
Bore x Stroke: 81.0 x 77.5 mm
Piston Displacement: 1597cc
Compression Ratio: 11.0:1
Max Power: 175ps/7750rpm
Max Torque: 17kg.m/7000rpm
Horse power: 175bhp
Torque: ??

4G93 16-valve SOHC 1.8 litre specs
Bore x Stroke: 81.0 x 89.0 mm
Piston Displacement: 1834cc
Compression Ratio: 9.5:1
Max Power: 86kW @ 5500rpm
Max Torque: 161Nm @ 4500rpm
Horse power: 113
Torque: 116

4G93 16-valve DOHC 1.8 litre specs
Bore x Stroke: 81.0 x 89.0mm
Piston Displacement: 1834cc
Compression Ratio: 10.5:1
Max Power: 103kW @ 6000rpm (redline 7000rpm - limiter 8000rpm)
Max Torque: 167Nm @ 5500rpm
Horse power: 138
Torque: 123

4G93T 16-valve DOHC 1.8 litre Turbo specs
Bore x Stroke: 81.0 x 89.0mm
Piston Displacement: 1834cc
Compression Ratio: 9.0:1
Max Power: 205ps/6000rpm
Max Torque: 28kg.m/3000rpm
Horse power: 205bhp
Torque: ??

4G94 16-valve SOHC 2.0 litre specs (as rocker cover said)
Bore x Stroke: 81.5 x 95.8
Piston Displacement: 1999
Compression Ratio: ?? (GDi 11.0:1)
Max Power: 89kW @ 5500rpm (GDi 107kw/145ps/5700rpm)
Max Torque: 176Nm @ 4250rpm (GDi 191N.M19.5kg.m/3500rpm)
Horse power: 120 (GDi 145bhp)
Torque: 130 (GDi 191N.m)

4D68 8-valve SOHC 2.0 litre Diesel
Bore x Stroke: 82.7 x 93.0
Piston Displacement: 1998cc
Compression Ratio: 22.4:1
Max Power: ??
Max Torque: ??
Horse power: ??
Torque: ??

4D68T 8-valve SOHC 2.0 litre Turbo Diesel
Bore x Stroke: 82.7 x 93.0
Piston Displacement: 1998cc
Compression Ratio: 22.4:1
Max Power: ??
Max Torque: ??
Horse power: ??
Torque: ??

6A10 24-valve DOHC 1.6 litre V6 specs
Bore x Stroke: 73.0 x 63.6
Piston Displacement: 1597cc
Compression Ratio: 10.0:1
Max Power: 103kW @ 7000rpm
Max Torque: 147Nm @ 4500rpm
Horse power: 140
Torque: 108
(Info from Wikipedia)

6A11 24-valve SOHC 1.8 litre V6 specs
Bore x Stroke: 75.0 x 69.0
Piston Displacement: 1829cc
Compression Ratio: 9.5:1
Max Power: 99kW @ 7000rpm
Max Torque: 167Nm @ 4500rpm
Horse power: 135
Torque: 123
(Info from Wikipedia)

6A12 24-valve DOHC 2.0 litre V6 specs
Bore x Stroke: 78.4 x 69.0
Piston Displacement: 1998cc
Compression Ratio: 10.0:1
Max Power: (94-96) - 127kW @ 7000 rpm & (97-02) - 132kW @ 7000 rpm
Max Torque: 191Nm @ 4000 rpm
Horse power: (94-96) - 172 & (96-02) - 180
Torque: 141
(Info from Wikipedia)

6A12 24-valve DOHC 2.0 litre V6 MIVEC specs
Bore x Stroke: 78.4 x 69.0
Piston Displacement: 1998cc
Compression Ratio: 10.0:1
Max Power: 147kW @ 7500 rpm
Max Torque: 200.4Nm @ 6500 rpm
Horse power: 200
Torque: 147
(Info from Wikipedia)

6A13 24-valve SOHC 2.5 litre V6 specs
Bore x Stroke: 81.0 x 80.8
Piston Displacement: 2498cc
Compression Ratio: 9.5:1
Max Power: 121kW @ 5750rpm
Max Torque: 223Nm @ 4500rpm
Horse power: 165
Torque: 164
(Info from Wikipedia)

6A13TT 24-valve DOHC 2.5 litre Twin-Turbo V6 specs
Bore x Stroke: 81.0 x 80.8
Piston Displacement: 2498cc
Compression Ratio: 8.5:1
Max Power: 206kW @ 5500rpm
Max Torque: 363Nm @ 4000rpm
Horse power: 280
Torque: 268
(Info from Wikipedia)

6G72 24-valve DOHC 3.0 litre V6 specs
Bore x Stroke: 91.1 x 76.0
Piston Displacement: 2972cc
Compression Ratio: 10.0:1
Max Power: 163kW @ 6000rpm
Max Torque: 272Nm @ 4500rpm
Horse power: 222
Torque: 201
(Info from Wikipedia)

6G72TT 24-valve DOHC 3.0 litre Twin-Turbo V6 specs
Bore x Stroke: 91.1 x 76.0
Piston Displacement: 2972cc
Compression Ratio: 8.0:1
Max Power: 221kW @ 6000rpm
Max Torque: 415Nm @ 2500rpm
Horse power: 300
Torque: 307
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Re: Código Motores Mitsubishi

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Excelente Chars!!!

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Re: Código Motores Mitsubishi

Notapor max022 » Jue Jul 16, 2009 2:27 pm

Muy buena info Chars, te pregunto ahora... no sabes que son todos los demás códigos del numero de motor????

Muchas gracias

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Re: Código Motores Mitsubishi

Notapor charspeed » Jue Jul 16, 2009 2:31 pm

A la órden amigos!

max022 escribió:Muy buena info Chars, te pregunto ahora... no sabes que son todos los demás códigos del numero de motor????

Muchas gracias

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cuáles max?

los de motor o los de chassis?
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Re: Código Motores Mitsubishi

Notapor max022 » Jue Jul 16, 2009 2:34 pm

charspeed escribió:A la órden amigos!

max022 escribió:Muy buena info Chars, te pregunto ahora... no sabes que son todos los demás códigos del numero de motor????

Muchas gracias

Si puedo hoy a la noche lo tradusco para los que no esten familiarizados con el ingles


cuáles max?

los de motor o los de chassis?


Me gustaría saber de los 2, tanto del motor como del chasis
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Re: Código Motores Mitsubishi

Notapor charspeed » Jue Jul 16, 2009 2:41 pm

max022 escribió:Me gustaría saber de los 2, tanto del motor como del chasis


jeje, pero cuáles otros numeros del motor max?

Los del chassi creo que tengo una info guardada, la voy a buscar y la publico :)
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