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 Post subject: 6G75
PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 3:59 pm 
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A little birdie(prophet) put a bug in my head about getting a 6G75 engine.....he left out any details ( i think he enjoys doing that) now i know 6g75 is in the following models along with the trannies to go manual.
2003–present Mitsubishi Pajero (aka Montero/Shogun)
2004–present Mitsubishi Endeavor
2004–present Mitsubishi Galant
2006–present Mitsubishi Eclipse
2005–2008 Mitsubishi 380
what i cant find is if it will bolt right in or have the mounts custom welded. and if id have to swap cross membere axles and so forth. So which is it guys.

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 Post subject: Re: 6G75
PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 5:27 pm 
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Year/Make/Model: 2003 Mitsubishi Galant ES V6
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:lol: This was actually my next project for my 8G, before I got the Starion. I might pursue this again once I get enough funds.

There was a post on Club3G.com detailing the swap, using the 8G Galant/3G Eclipse ECU. From what I recall, you need to use the reluctor from the 6G72 distributor for the 6G75 distributor. You will also need to do some mods to the waterneck, and convert the 6G75 electric throttle to the pull style. If you want MIVEC, you will want the motor from the 4G Eclispe or the 9G Ralliart, as the 9G GTS in non-MIVEC. Not sure if the Endeavor is MIVEC. Plus you will need to use the 6G75 ECU, which in turn would need to be run with the 4G/9G gauge cluster.

As far as I know, the 6G75 will bolt onto the 8G Galant/3G Eclipse transmission and will bolt up to the stock motor mount positions. You will apparently need to use the exhaust manifolds off a 99-up Diamante to get enough clearance if you are going to use the stock cat pipe. Apparently the 8G/3G flywheel, clutch, and axles will also work.


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 Post subject: Re: 6G75
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Prophet you suck for getting me going. now i gotta price out parts.. found a engine here in ny for 600 ill try and talk em down

oh and ty drybear.. will hit you up if price works out on this .....

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 Post subject: Re: 6G75
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lol... any info I have is in all honesty general... If it isn't something I have done with my own two hands then it is just something I was interested in reading and will probably be useful to someone to actually take it and run with it...

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 Post subject: Re: 6G75
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ohh and another option would be a 6G74...

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 Post subject: Re: 6G75
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you really would wouldnt you......but i already know bout the 6g74 and i dont want it unless its a GDI

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 Post subject: Re: 6G75
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$600 is pretty good for a 6G75. The lowest I've seen for a MIVEC 6G75 is $1500.


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GDI 6g74? is that even available in the states? i thought it only came on teh Pajero

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yes the gdi is available and i found a place with one but its $1500.00 so i cant do that at the moment. i found a 3g tranny just trany and they want 575 +125 shipping for just the tranny no other parts....is that too much?

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 Post subject: Re: 6G75
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3g trannies are rare, specially for the v6, i paid close to that for mine

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