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Triton-Alex's Mitsubishi Triton GLX Mega Cab 4x4

 

• Make:

 

Mitsubishi

• Model:

 

Triton

• Series:

 

GLX Mega Cab 4x4

• Year:

 

2008

• Transmission:

 

Manual

• Owned since:

 

03/2008

• Location :

 

Phuket, Thailand

 

Modifications

-> Front bumper (Carry Boy CB-721)
-> Roll bar stainless steel
-> Plastic liner (Mitsubishi)
-> Compressor horn (Stebel "Nautilus" black)
-> Original German Police Horn (1 high tone / 1 deep tone incl. relay)
-> Parking sensor, beep only, 2 sensors
-> Alarmsystem with security lock system, shock sensor etc. (ABG)alarm if open tailgate (reed switch, set up by myself)
-> 2 Reverse spotlights, 2x LED 24W, in rear bumper + switch for switch on reverse spot light manual
-> 2 LED-Spotlights (5 LED´s each, Day Time Runlights, power consumtion 0.5 A each) to light the truck bed
(turn on by separate switch + turning on together with the rear gear spotlights, so now have 6 spotlights if drive backwards)
-> LED Day Time Runlights (20 LED´s each)
-> LED taillights with LED ("Fitt") + break flasher module
-> RBS-4x4 Boddy Cladding Set
-> BlueTooth freespeaking system (Parrot CK-3100 Black LCD)
-> Undervoltage protection for accessory socket + activ without ignition (also power supply for LED-Spotlights if ignition is turned off)
-> AUX input sockets for radio (for connect mobile phone, I-Pod etc.)
-> Sunprotection film (3M)
-> Chromium grip plates
-> Pedal lock (LockTech)
-> Spare wheel lock (LockTech)
-> Tweeters in front doors
-> 2-way rear loudspeakers, dia. 10 cm, 75 W (50 W RMS)
-> Outlet socket for rear speaker (for connect external speaker instead of the rear speakers)
-> Special seat covers for Triton "Diana" imported from Germany
-> Underbody sealant, 5kg (ThreeBond)under the truck
-> Underbody sealant, 3kg (ThreeBond)on the truck bed under the plastic liner

 

Future Modifications

 

 

 

Other info:

 

I have bought my Triton in Bangkok / Thailand and picked it up myself from factory in Chonbury / Thailand, so it is a Thai model with 2+2 seats and 2 doors, ABS, 1 drivers airbag only ( 2 airbags only with 4 doors available in Thailand), I am living on Phuket / Thailand

 
 

 

 
 

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dadz

 

Comment:

17/10/08  

Nice to see ome from thailand i think we are now 3 guys from thailand,


Triton-Alex

 

Comment:

11/08/08  

@ gmx-rsilver : Sorry but I know nearly nothing about such mods and it looks like the article is from Malaysia, but shure not Thai. You could ask member "Kit TeUng" at http://www.mitsubishi-forums.com/f50-l200-mighty-max-strada-triton-forum.htm . He is a tuner in Chaing Mai / Thailand, drives offroad really himself and I think he could give you informations. @ Zantus : Yes I will, but at the moment the Triton is very dirty (inside & outside).But until I posted more photos you could check this hp : http://www.mitsubishi-motors.co.th/mitsubishi/index.html If your travel often with more than 2 people the double cab shure is better, but if you need only 2 more seats sometimes the MegaCab is perfect, because you have more space for cargo than double cab, it not same heavy and not looks like a limousine.


Triton-Alex

 

Comment:

11/08/08  

@ gmx-rsilver : Sorry but I know nearly nothing about such mods and it looks like the article is from Malaysia, but shure not Thai. You could ask member "Kit TeUng" at http://www.mitsubishi-forums.com/f50-l200-mighty-max-strada-triton-forum.htm . He is a tuner in Chaing Mai / Thailand, drives offroad really himself and I think he could give you informations. @ Zantus : Yes I will, but at the moment the Triton is very dirty (inside & outside).But until I posted more photos you could check this hp : http://www.mitsubishi-motors.co.th/mitsubishi/index.html If your travel often with more than 2 people the double cab shure is better, but if you need only 2 more seats sometimes the MegaCab is perfect, because you have more space for cargo than double cab, it not same heavy and not looks like a limousine.


Zantus

 

Comment:

11/08/08  

Alex, please post more pics of your vehicle. Not only of the exterior, but also the inside. I went to see the seating arrangement and what the space is like on the inside. I have placed a prelimanary order for a Mega Cab, or Club Cab as it is known here in South Africa. Problem is, they have not built them yet, so I cannot see what it looks like. Your pics will help me very much in deciding between it and the normal double cab. Thanks!!!


glx-rsilver

 

Comment:

11/08/08  

Hey there Triton-alex i was wondering if you could help me as i'm seeking the upper wishbones and diff lowing brackets to suit the triton for a 3 inch lift as advertised on tas 4x4. Do you know of them at all? the parts are on this following webpage. http://www.tas4x4.com/lift_kit_depan_.htm Cheers Peter


Triton-Alex

 

Comment:

08/08/08  

Thx beaker - now we have rain season & the Triton is quite dirty, but after some nive Thai girls cleaned it for THB 70.- (about Euro 1.50) I will take some more and better photos for my profile.


....beaker....

 

Comment:

08/08/08  

That's a nice ute, I was going to wait and see if a mega cab was released here but decided to dive into the single cab instead. If one is released later I'd be interested.



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