Talk:Mitsubishi Sirius engine

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Edits[edit]

Editing this article to remove stylistic inconsistencies - bore (inches) x stroke (inches) = capacity (cubic centimetres)?!? See Wikipedia:WikiProject_Automobiles/Conventions for style guidelines; this isn't a pre-1980 US engine, so switching to metric measurements.

Also, I removed the bit about the 4G61 having two different bore / stroke measurements, which seems bizarre. Basically, the 76.9 x 86.0 mm measurement ties up exactly with the bore / stroke of the 4G32 1.6 L Mitsubishi Saturn engine, so unless someone can cite me a source, I'm going to assume the previous info was just a simple mistake. Certainly, on english.auto.vl.ru, I can't find a single instance of a 76.9 x 86.0 mm Sirius engine.

That little tidbit's been in this article since the very first draft in December '04. Regards -- DeLarge 09:04, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

4G69[edit]

Are u sure the 4G69 engine has 289Nm? One of the car that use this engine have only around 215Nm+..but i do not think its detuned coz the Horse is the same as stated here..

'twas a mis-conversion of the imperial torque figure, which is accurate. Fixed now. --DeLarge 21:07, 21 October 2006 (UTC)

Reliable Source reference for name?[edit]

Hi, I am bolstering up the Modern_legacy Section on the Sirius page. If someone gets me a ref for this article I can use it as I am taking it to FAC soon. cheers, Casliber (talk · contribs) 04:52, 26 January 2008 (UTC)


The 4G63 was used in the Galant all the way through 2004 , merely in asian and europian marketsKongkit (talk) 04:00, 7 November 2009 (UTC)KongkitKongkit (talk) 04:00, 7 November 2009 (UTC)