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Old 26-03-2017, 09:25 AM
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Sat 1st in the queue at the lights in my massively powerful stock 98kw YD25 D22 today & a brand spanking new Pajero Sport pulls up in the other lane. As those of us who drive these know, everyone who owns a 4x4 loves to let us know that theirs is quicker (we're such easy targets) & this guy was no exception! So, the light goes green & he gunned it. I took off normally, no slipping of the clutch & no over revving. 1st gear change he was flogging the daylights out of his new pride & joy, but only managed to be about 1/3rd of a car length in front me! 2nd gear change & the D22 was pretty much along side of him, but still not having revved over 3K, 3rd gear & it overtook him! Still haven't revved over 3K!

The only car I've ever driven that was slower than a D22 YD25 was a Vauxhall Viva! but it seems that the new Pajero Sport is a contender for the title!
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Old 26-03-2017, 08:26 PM
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The guy might have been in 4LO I guess, but if you rearrange the letters of the vehicle manufacturer, you get Mishitibus. I've owned two (L300 and a Magna) and both were out-stripped at the lights by skateboards, mobility scooters and deceased cats - not to mention things that had petrol/diesel engines in them!
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Old 26-03-2017, 10:14 PM
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Mitsubishi Evo anyone?
My brother has a chipped 2011 2.5 triton and it is easily the fastest diesel 4x4 ute out there, with around 700nm
Brother in law has the new triton with the 2.4 diesel and it seems more sluggish
Unchipped though, makes a huge difference
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Old 26-03-2017, 10:36 PM
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we must not forget the price difference between the D-22 and all other 4 x 4 uts on the market. the D-22 is the winner.
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Old 27-03-2017, 03:39 AM
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Tritons were almost as cheap a couple of years ago.

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Captain Poojero probably had his handbrake on.
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Mitsubishi Evo anyone?
My brother has a chipped 2011 2.5 triton and it is easily the fastest diesel 4x4 ute out there, with around 700nm
Brother in law has the new triton with the 2.4 diesel and it seems more sluggish
Unchipped though, makes a huge difference
700nm cmon
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Old 27-03-2017, 01:53 PM
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http://ultimatedieseltuning.com.au/models/triton-mn/
This dyno graph shows 540nm at the rear wheels after chip
At the flywheel is something like 20-30 percent more depending on wheels, gearing bla bla
700nm is possible with an adustable chip cranked to the max
Obviously not ideal for reliability
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The YD25 is capable of similar results. From this thread (yes, another site, but Bluenavara is a user here too) you can get to see what some decent modifications can achieve. Page 8 of that thread has a link to a movie (click here to get it without ads) and page 9 has dyno results. There's also a YT vid of the truck on the dyno here.

One observation (made by Bluenavara in that thread) is that massively increasing vehicle power output would put the driveline at risk, and in particular the transfer case. The chain in the transfer case just may not hold when you increase the power by a huge amount. The rear diff can handle the power, but the transfer case and front diff were not designed for it - if you're going to ramp up the ponies, don't count on using 4WD unless you replace both of those!
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Old 28-03-2017, 01:40 AM
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Yep Stacks of power available from the yd25 if high boost and fuel pressure applied. Id never do it to my d40 though the poor thing gets abused enough as it is
You can hear the driveline in the triton thrumming and groaning when under full acceleration
3rd gear went ping within about 2 months, Mitsubishi fixed under warranty, the chip was removed before assessment
Then just before warranty was up Mitsubishi contacted and said there was a recall of the 4D56 2.5 diesel for porosity of the block. ie bubbles in the cast alloy. So whole new engine was installed
I know a few people that scored new engines from Mitsubishi under this recall
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