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Tech. data engine torque settings for a mitsubishi evo x

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    David Peel Apr 20, 2009

    Hi, no the engine is a new one engine type 4B11T if you can let me have big end and main bearing torque setting that would be a big help - thanks

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The Torque is 78 nm and then loosen off .torue to 20nm+90+90,start in the middle and work out as per normal

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Do you mean the whole lot of settings? What engine you've got there? 4G63? If you jut down the list of things you need, I can give you the manufacturer's specs.
Cheers

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    Armel Aubeelack Apr 22, 2009

    Hi there, I'm really sorry but could not find any torque setting for you at this stage.

    Try asking your local dealer's parts manager as he might be able to help you out.

    Cheers

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