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Postby flav » Sun May 27, 2007 1:04 am

JD_Stazza_Brendan wrote:The JD intercoolers are mounted vertically like normal. Have never seen a horizontal one in a car, only in drawings in mitsubishi manuals.

My car was dead stock original and the cooler was mounted vertical.

JD also apprantly has the bigger diff and a smaller TC-05 turbo. The washer bottles in the front are also slightly different to suit the intercooler pipes.

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-125kw 2.0L 4G63 SOHC non-intercooled Leaded Fuel
-MHI TC06 oil-cooled turbo
-Type 1 Throttle body injection
-Vented and scooped bonnet
-3.55:1 open diff
-Leather front seats vynil rear seats
-Manual mirrors
-Power windows (buttons on centre console, no lock button)
-Series 1 JA have radio antenna on roof above driver
-Series 2 JA have radio antenna on rear passanger quarter above fuel filler
-Series 1 JA have lock on fuel filler door (no release inside the car)
-Series 2 JA have release for fuel door beside driver seat
-Series 2 have update Door Lights (JB/JD Type)
-14 inch mags
-Twin B-pillar on each side. vents mounted flush
-Front air dam mounted close to front wheels
-Hatch mounted spoiler made from foam and rubber

JB
-125kw 2.0L 4G63 SOHC non-intercooled Leaded Fuel
-MHI TC06 oil-cooled and water-cooled turbo
-Type 2 Throttle body injection
-Flat bonnet
-3.55:1 open diff or optional 3.55:1 LSD (most seem LSD)
-Velour interior
-Power mirrors
-Power windows (im unsure on button placement)
-Radio antenna on rear passanger quarter above fuel filler
-JB have release for fuel door beside driver seat
-15 inch mags (same as JD)
-Single B-pillar vent on each side angled rearward and come out of the car a bit
-Front air dam mounted close to front wheels
-Hatch mounted spoiler made from foam and rubber

JD
-110kw 2.0L 4G63 SOHC intercooled ULP
-MHI TC05 oil-cooled and water-cooled turbo
-Cat converter in exhaust
-Type 2 Throttle body injection
-Flat bonnet
-3.9:1 LSD (all factory LSD)
-Velour interior
-Different steering wheel to JA
-Power mirrors (buttons on centre console)
-6 Speaker stereo (2 in dash, 2 in doors, 2 in rear)
-Power windows with buttons placed on each door (lock button on drivers side)
-Radio antenna on rear passanger quarter above fuel filler
-JD have release for fuel door beside driver seat
-15 inch mags (same as JB)
-Single B-pillar vent on each side angled rearward and come out of the car a bit
-Large airdam that houses intercooler, small ducts on each side.
-3 peice rear wings (widebody style) that got on hatch and each quarter


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Postby redzone » Sun May 27, 2007 2:49 am

ahh yes i forgot the later style door lights!
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Mr Ralliart
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Postby Mr Ralliart » Fri Jul 13, 2007 10:52 pm

There was a GSR-IV released in Japan .
I posted a rather extensive list of all the Starion models in Japan and O.S . some time ago , if you do a search you should be able to turn it up . :wink:
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Postby jrod82 » Sat Jul 14, 2007 12:18 pm

Mr Ralliart wrote:There was a GSR-IV released in Japan .
I posted a rather extensive list of all the Starion models in Japan and O.S . some time ago , if you do a search you should be able to turn it up . :wink:


But people don't search, that's why this thread exists :(
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Postby redzone » Mon Nov 26, 2007 10:08 pm

also another rather important thing i just remembered the other day, is that the series 2 JA had the improved wiring harness, with thicker wiring and better connectors, basically the same as the JB stuff. series 1 JA has mostly black connectors in the engine bay around the eci throttle body, later ones were like a reddish brown colour.

improved wiring harness is another reason why a series 2 JA or later car is more desirable, they are a lot more reliable :beer
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Postby JD_Stazza_Brendan » Tue Nov 27, 2007 8:11 am

JD also has different length torque tube.
Selling all my Starion parts.

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Postby bigd » Tue Nov 27, 2007 5:31 pm

jrod82 wrote:
Mr Ralliart wrote:There was a GSR-IV released in Japan .
I posted a rather extensive list of all the Starion models in Japan and O.S . some time ago , if you do a search you should be able to turn it up . :wink:


But people don't search, that's why this thread exists :(


Oh man..... BURN!!! It was me that started this post but I did search for GSR-IV and JC but got bugger all. I'm just lazy :oops:

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Postby redzone » Tue Nov 27, 2007 10:02 pm

the info was in a pic i believe so a search of GSR-IV might not have picked it up
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Postby benny » Tue Nov 27, 2007 11:11 pm

if i remember right isn't 4 in japan bad luck?? like our 13.. if i'm right that'd be why no gsr-iv
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Postby Mr Ralliart » Wed Nov 28, 2007 12:22 pm

You are right about 4 being bad luck in Japan as the pronunciation 'shi' is the same as 'death' .

But as I said , there was a GSR-IV . I've got pictures of them ( Redzone has seen them) , I've seen them on the road , I even got parts off of one .
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Postby rodney007 » Sat Jan 12, 2008 1:30 pm

whats mine?

1992 gsr III
tc06
no intercooler
blackwires
eci
electronic dash
manual windows with buttons for electric ones?
bonnet scoops (that actualy lead to nowhere,)
front lip under bumper
no rear spoiler
open diff
valnas computer pac man thingy
aparently it had tc05 b4 i bought it but was replaced when failed.
vinyl rear seats (front i think are from another car)
black (not sitting flush with body) pillar vents (stick out a bit)

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Postby Mr Ralliart » Sat Jan 12, 2008 1:49 pm

A bitsa by the sounds of it . . .

It's a JA of course . Could have been a GSR-III or GSR-X , but it sounds like a few things have been pirated off of it . Should have a rear spoiler and power windows at least .
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TomVR4
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Postby TomVR4 » Sat Jan 12, 2008 3:57 pm

1992? do you mean 1982?. post some pics

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Postby MisJiF » Sun Jan 13, 2008 9:06 am

TomVR4 wrote:1992? do you mean 1982?. post some pics


This is my old car. Yes, it is a 1982 GSR-III Jap import. No rear spoiler as the Jap models didn't come with them. He means manual door mirrors. It used to have electric mirrors on the front fenders, hence the controls in the cabin. Plugs for mirrors are still in the engine bay. It originally came out with TC05, but seals went and it was easier/cheaper to replace it with a TC06. Black pillar vents are JD/Widey style ones.
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Postby rodney007 » Mon Jan 14, 2008 2:50 pm

ok thanks


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