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today tried to fit new cone type filter to gto with 76mm intake, couldn't get right MAF adapter so made own now it's lost power when i put foot down she pulls back, also changed the y pipe for shiney new one but can't find where little outlet attaches too and that made idleing go up and down, is it worth the bother i ask???
From the article: When was the last time you got all giggly and excited about a new Mitsubishi, production or concept? Exactly… Now, thanks to Sony Playstation and their Gran Turismo 6 Vision initiative that calls for automakers and other companies to create virtual or if they choose, real life concepts for the game, Mitsubishi's designers were given the opportunity to get creative without too many restrictions. However, while some carmakers opted for a clean sheet design, Mitsubishi took last year's Concept XR-PHEV, a sporty compact SUV, and gave it a thorough rally-inspired makeover.
The affordable Mitsubishi Mirage makes a solid argument in its base form, catering to drivers looking for a no-nonsense sub-compact with useable cargo space and excellent fuel economy. As select as that criteria is, the Mirage makes less sense as you move up to the ES level, where its biggest asset – the small price – is diminished.
Mitsubishi is looking to revive its product range, debuting three new concept vehicles at the Tokyo Motor Show in late November.
The concepts, teased in a series of photos, preview a new range of people-movers from the brand, from a large SUV, to a compact crossover and finally a family-friendly MPV.
Up first is the Concept GC-PHEV, previewing a full size SUV with a plug-in hybrid system, designed to deliver efficiency and all-terrain capability. Mitsubishi says the SUV concept will also be a â€śconnected carâ€ť and will showcase the brandâ€™s next-gen preventative safety technology and driver technology through wireless connectivity.
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A baby brother to the GC-PHEV is the Concept XR-PHEV, previewing a compact crossover with a lightweight plug-in hybrid system that will boast, â€śdramatically enhanced environmental performanceâ€ť in a coupe-styled package.
Finally, thereâ€™s the Concept AR, which previews a new Multi-purpose Vehicle, combining SUV functionality and increased passenger space. Rather than a hybrid system it will make use of a small direct-injection turbocharged engine.
Look for more on all three concepts with the Tokyo Motor Show kicking-off November 20th
Not sure how many people saw this, but they have been advertising it in Alberta where this was filmed. The location was only a few hours away. If I had known about it would have been fun to go down and watch just for the hell of it. (And try to use their tracks when done)
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