Thursday, May 31, 2007


tngo una pregunta.....los lancers ralli art corren con ese motorsito mivec??
me esta raro q es eso d motor mivec??
alguien tiene fotos y motor specs?? :fino: :burnout:

hola aqui tienes donda esta la informacion que quieres


Mitsubishi Innovative Valve timing and lift Electronic Control (MIVEC)

The LS trim’s 2.4-liter single-overhead-cam four-cylinder engine develops 160 hp and 161 pounds-feet of torque. The ratings under the Ralliart’s hood are 162 hp and 162 pounds-feet of torque. When the MIVEC system is installed, the accelerating engine switches to a higher cam profile at 3,600 rpm. Both models use a four-speed-automatic transmission that incorporates driver-adaptive shift control. The same engine is used in both the Ralliart edition of the Lancer sedan and the company’s Outlander sport utility vehicle

Otra Info

Ralliart is Mitsubishi's racing division. It has made a name in the World Rally Championships and Paris-to-Dakar Rally. The division has been around for years, but we're first hearing about it because...well, let's face it, rallying has never made the front-page news in the States. Still, ask anyone who has ever played the Gran Turismo video game, and he'll give you a concise presentation of the company and its cars.

A rigid chassis and torquey new engine make this new Lancer version a serious contender in the compact sports class.
The U.S.-spec Lancer Ralliart is no Evo — far from it — but it is impressive in its own way. Providing power is a naturally aspirated 2.4-liter sohc inline-4 featuring the company's valve timing and lift technology (called MIVEC). Output is rated at 162 bhp at 5750 rpm and 162 lb.-ft. of torque at 4000, which is about 30 percent more than the stock car's. What's most noteworthy about this powerplant is its smooth delivery of power. It leaves the line with a pleasant pop, and gets to highway speed quickly while showcasing a hearty supply of low- and mid-range torque. At the test track, the Lancer Ralliart kept up with all but the best of them, running to 60 mph in 7.5 seconds and the quarter mile in 15.7.
The Lancer Ralliart's 5-speed manual gearbox has been strengthened to handle the extra torque, which results in a solid feel. Also, the shift throws are nice and short, thanks to the incorporation of the Evo's shifter.

The handling of the car is first-rate...I would go far as to say that it's the best-handling front-drive car Mitsubishi has ever produced. Turn-in is crisp, with a slight push through tight corners, and body roll is minimal. Mitsubishi did an impressive job of tuning the suspension system — MacPherson struts up front and multilink at the rear — to provide asphalt-sticking handling and an even ride. The body structure of the Ralliart sedan exhibits a high level of rigidity, apparent through tight turns and over bumps. The brakes have also been upgraded, with larger discs both front and rear; ABS and Electronic Brake force Distribution come as standard fare.

The Lancer sports a new face (which will be incorporated on all 2004 model Lancers except the Evo). The Ralliart version will be distinguishable by a new rear spoiler, front and side air dams and unique foglights.

The Lancer Ralliart will reach dealer showrooms this month with an $18,000 price tag. There will be a wagon version available for $19,000 (comes with 4-speed automatic only), which should give the popular Mazda Protegé5 a run for its money. Mitsubishi says there will be Ralliart versions of other models to follow soon. Therefore, expect a Galant Ralliart and perhaps even a Montero with the tri-color badge. And the Evo? One can only hope.
foto del motor

gente abundando sobre la actividad de mitsubishi"mitsubishi nights"tengo que dejarles saber que la actividad se realizara este sabado 13 de diciembre a las 7:00 pm en la pista de carolina,que no se diga.vamos todos para alla apoyando esta actividad que sera para el disfrute de nosotros y la envidia de los vemos en carolina este sabado :fino:
Gente tarde pero mimodos. Cuando salio este Mitsubishi Rally Art tuve la dicha de verlo en la pista de Carolina tirando un sorprendente 15.8 STOCK el carro no tenia ni la tablilla parecia que lo sacaron a escondidas de un lote de autos pues tenia los numeros de serie tapados con cinta adesiva. Sinceramente ese carro es la mejor competencia para el Famoso Civic Electron Blue = Civic Si 2000 B16
Que paso Eduardo ya no lo llamas Chango Prieto
si creen q ese motor es impresionante, ayer fuí a turborech y malvin me enseño
su lancer turbo. el primer lancer rally turbo en el mundo.l el trabajo se ve bn clean.
me dijo q cuando le de el setup final ni los EVO lo van a alcanzar.
Creo que alguien habia posteado la foto de un RallyArt Turbo de los nuevo lo que no dudo es en el trabajo super clean que Melvin le dedico a su bebe.
Originally posted by BIGMONEYA@Dec 18 2003, 11:31 AM
Que paso Eduardo ya no lo llamas Chango Prieto
El Chango es un EX 2003. El Civic que mencione es el 2000 que vino doble palo VTEC de 1.6 Litros. Es claro que el Rallyart tiene mas litraje pero pa hacerlo justo lo compare con el Electron Blue porque ambos Stock hacen ese tiempo.
Si me imagino que los Subbys diran lo mismo cuando comparan al EVO con el STI 2.0 lt vs 2.5 lt no creo.

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