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||Spring 2004 Featured Mitsu
Portable Onboard Air Installation
This article describes an onboard air setup that is
inexpensive, versatile, and portable. If you your 4WD is a
daily driver and you don't want to permanently give up the
space required for an OBA system, and you want to keep your
A/C compressor, this will give you great ideas on how to
build your own portable OBA system.
Versatile Hardmount Onboard Air System
With proper preparation, designing and installing a
versatile onboard system that looks as good as it performs
can be quite rewarding. Using common parts, this article
walks through a well-designed OBA system which integrates
well with the vehicle, while maintaining options for future
expansion and uses beyond airing up tires.
Changing the Lower Intake Plenum on a 1995
Montero SR with 3.5L DOHC
Richard Myatt does the unthinkable - He
dismantles and fixes the ubiquitous lower intake plenum on a Mitsubishi
3.5l V6. Not for the faint of heart, this comprehensive article covers
EVERYTHING you'll need to know to tackle this daunting project.
Augmented with plenty of photos, you might find yourself actually doing
this repair, after you read this one!
Salvaging the Headlight Washer Pump
In his never-ending quest to make EVERYTHING work
on his truck, Jay Ayala conquers the all too common ailment of
Mitsubishi 4x4s... one which many of us would be embarressed to admit we
really miss - the quirky headlight squirter pump. Most GenI Monteros/
Pajeros no longer have this useful offroad accessory, because it has
stopped working at some point, and we have not bothered to try and fix
it. Well, after reading Jay's article, you will not want to put off this
fix any longer!
Trailing arm fix
Ray Sala goes through the basics of strengthening the weak area of the
trailing arm, on a coil sprung GenI Montero. An ounce of prevention in
this case can save your truck's suspension!
||NEW! Upcoming Project:
We have a new project here in the Mitsu Section
after acquiring an 89 LWB Montero. The goal of this project is to build
a capable Mitsu offroader as cheaply as possible, by s-t-r-e-t-c-h-i-n-g
our meager budget, but without compromising the vehicle's safety, or
reliability. Stay tuned!
||Project Frontend (2000-2002)
This project, using our GenI SWB Montero, focused
on replacing critical frontend parts, which affected steering feel and
general stability on and off the road.
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