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schlarpa's Mitsubishi Triton MN GLR Club Cab

 

• Make:

 

Mitsubishi

• Model:

 

Triton

• Series:

 

MN GLR Club Cab

• Year:

 

2011

• Transmission:

 

Man

• Owned since:

 

10/2012

• Location :

 

 

Modifications

Carryboy canopy
Ultimate comfort suspension
sway bar
MCCS rear bar with LED brake reversing indicator light inserts
Front & rear diff breathers
Rock sliders (PGS automotive Mornington)
Smart bar
Provent oil catch can,..
braided brake lines
Upgraded DBR 4000 slotted discs with ubeaut pads..she stops well
Mitsubishi genuine hard plastic tub liner
3mm stainless bash plates painted blue
Lambswool seat covers
Tinted windows DLTYCG
Philips extreme vision globes
24" light bar
Pirelli 265 70 16's ATR Scorpions.
Dual battery capability in tub using C-Tek 250S
2 Anderson plug outlets in tub with Solar inlet
LED's throughout

Diff breathers
Kenwood double din with reversing camera
Upgraded expensive dual cone Pioneer speakers.
Icom UHF

 

Future Modifications

 

Thinking about remapping?...

 

 

Other info:

 

Spent enough on it for awhile. Was going to put in a chip but drives pretty sweet as is. Best car I've driven on a long trip clubbies seem to ride better than dual cabs just lopes along...If you want this fabulous car it's for sale at Mornington Toyota as from today 16/6/2017 .

 
 

 

 
 

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FreeFall_801

 

Comment:

15/11/16  

Hi, Nice rear bar, looking at the same one myself, did you have a factory one on there prior? If so how do you find the clearance with the MCC, I find with the factory its always dragging.


schlarpa

 

Comment:

08/07/13  

Gidday I havent had it in any dusty conditions yet but according to the guy who installed the canopy, he said to leave the front sliding window i.e between the car & the canopy should be opened about 25mm. That is apparently why it's there? Leaving it open creates a positive air pressure inside the canopy. Hope it's true.


Cozza

 

Comment:

08/07/13  

Hi, How do you find the carryboy canopy handle dusty conditions. Does it let much dust in?



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