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scubapro's Mitsubishi Triton GLX R Dual Cab

 

• Make:

 

Mitsubishi

• Model:

 

Triton

• Series:

 

GLX R Dual Cab

• Year:

 

2007

• Transmission:

 

Auto

• Owned since:

 

25/10/07

• Location :

 

greystanes, NSW

 

Modifications

Command Cruise Control
TJM rear Step/Tow Bar
TJM Sump & Gearbox Guards
ARB Front Bar with side rails & 9000lb winch
H.I.D Headlight Conversion & HID Spotlight conversion
Couplertec Anti Rust System
GME T3440 UHF Radio
Reversing Camera
Ultimate Suspension 2" lift
RAK Roof Racks
AERO Rear Ute Liner
Rear Reversing Spots
Narva Front Spots
Light & Bonnet protectors
Yokohama Geolanders AT/S
GME TX3440 radio
Scangauge II
Brown Davies 135 litre tank

 

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scubapro

 

Comment:

21/04/08  

Yogi it depends on now you use the right foot


YogiOz

 

Comment:

21/04/08  

Scuba I get 10 - 11 l/100 locally without the chip.....so with it should be kewl!


trickydevil

 

Comment:

18/04/08  

great looking truck. I like the placement of the cb box.


scubapro

 

Comment:

15/04/08  

look at my profile I had added the RAK pistures.


insanioschola

 

Comment:

15/04/08  

Any chance of some photos of the RAK Roof Rack?


scubapro

 

Comment:

30/03/08  

Bubba I am very happy with my chip. It really does make my ute fly but like any performance addition if pushed fuel consumption will suffer. However driving normally locally I average between 10 to 11 litres per 100 k & on trips I average between 9.6 to 10.7 litres depending on how I use my right foot. The chips sold locally are overpriced. By the way I tow a 16 foot fibreglass half cabin boat & the chip helps here as well just drive taking into the conditions & I get more torque especially uphill. From approx 2000 revs if I plant it the ute really surges forward at a rapid rate. Bear in mind I dought the new digital chip for $459-00 ozzi dollars not the version Rick is talking about for $249-00 I think. Email TDC & address it to Dave Chandler, he can answer any of your questions.


bubbalucci

 

Comment:

30/03/08  

hey there scubapro the chip you got is it really good or what i know nuthing about them but listen in on you guys . do you recomend i get one i ve a manual 3.2


scubapro

 

Comment:

16/01/08  

I will post some pics as soon as I get my USB ports sorted out. This computer has been nothing but trouble since I bought it. I will take it to a shop to get fixed. TRIGLXR the auto is pretty average, I still prefer the Pajeros 5 speed, it also gets better economy than the Triton.


scubapro

 

Comment:

16/01/08  

I will post some pics as soon as I get my USB ports sorted out. This computer has been nothing but trouble since I bought it. I will take it to a shop to get fixed. TRIGLXR the auto is pretty average, I still prefer the Pajeros 5 speed, it also gets better economy than the Triton.


Buzzy

 

Comment:

16/01/08  

How about some pics?


scubapro

 

Comment:

02/11/07  


scubapro

 

Comment:

02/11/07  

Thanks I have already learnt quite a bit from being here. not as mooth as the Pajero' 5 speed but I am hoping as it is still very new things will get better after the fist service. Only 680 Klms on the Clock.


TRIGLXR

 

Comment:

02/11/07  

Welcome to the site. How's the Auto?



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