1mak's Mitsubishi Pajero

NL V6 3500 SOHC 1998

Vehicle Specifications

  • Engine
    6-Cyl  •  3497cc  •  V -4
  • Engine Specs
    197 HP @4500 RPM  •  310 Nm @4500 RPM
  • Performance
    0-100km/h 10.0
  • Fuel Eco L/100 Km
    Highway: n/a  •  City: 13.5 L  •  Mixed: 12.0 L
  • Gearbox / Tank
    Auto  •  92 L
  • Seats / Doors
    7 Seats / 5 Doors
  • Weight / Length / Width / Height
    2020 Kg / 429 cm / 188 cm / 185 cm

Lift Tyres Gears

  • Suspension Lift
    3 inch
  • Tyre Size
    33 inch
  • Diff Gear Ratio
    N/A
  • Body Lift
    2 inch
  • Tyre Type
    Mud Terrain Tyre (MT)


Owner's Review

The Good

Rear Live Axle
Strong V6 Engine
Storage Space
Reliability
Modern Interior and Appliances
Easy to raise suspension
Comfortable Ride

The Bad

Front Articulation
Aftermarket Parts
High Center of Gravity

Buying Reasons

My Pajero's name is Daisy. I bought her off a family at Gold Coast as a stock standard vehicle in 2012. I think my first modification was buying bigger tyres. I ended up with 265/70R16 Maxxis Bighorn which I got near new for around 800 AUD. Very loud and noisy but heaps of grip offroad. After getting second hand Nissan Patrol GU springs for about 120 AUD and new Blu Pac rear shocks (Nissan 4Runner) for about 100 AUD I was ready to give the car a decent lift (between 2.5 and 3 inches).

Future Mods Planned

My girlfriend was really keen to build some furniture and as we go camping quite a lot she thought - why not testing her skills on a nice drawer system. So she started measuring everything back and forth and put together blue prints in AutoCAD. From then on it was just a couple of rides to Bunnings to buy marine plywood, sliders, screws, carpet, carpet glue, aluminum bars, connectors, tools and electrical plugs. After a week of her cutting wood, aluminium and putting everything together this is the result - a full set of heavy duty drawers with a very smart opening system and an extra table as well as power plugs. I HAVEN'T DONE ANYTHING (besides supplying credit card and car).


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Just a quick update on this guys. I sold my beloved Pajero to a good friend of mine. He's taking care of 'Daisy' now. The last change we did was, stripping the car's interior out, painting all console parts, painting the seats with leather/vinyl paint and replaced the whole carpet. The Paj looks and smells quite new now. :)

Sweet looking ride. How many k's?

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