Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 18. Chapters: Mitsubishi 4B1 engine, Mitsubishi Astron engine, Mitsubishi Sirius engine, Mitsubishi 6G7 engine, Mitsubishi 4G9 engine, Mitsubishi 6B3 engine, Mitsubishi Vulcan engine, Mitsubishi 4A9 engine, Mitsubishi 3G8 engine, Mitsubishi KE engine, Mitsubishi 3B2 engine, Mitsubishi Saturn engine, Mitsubishi 6A1 engine, Mitsubishi Orion engine, Mitsubishi 4M4 engine, Mitsubishi 8A8 engine, Mitsubishi 2G1 engine, Mitsubishi 4A3 engine, Mitsubishi Neptune engine, Mitsubishi 3A9 engine. Excerpt: The Mitsubishi 4B1 engine is a range of all-alloy straight-4 engines built at Mitsubishi's Japanese qWorld Engineq powertrain plant in Shiga on the basis of the Global Engine Manufacturing Alliance (GEMA). Although the basic designs of the various engines are the same, their exact specifications are individually tailored for each partner (Chrysler, Mitsubishi, and Hyundai). The cylinder block and other basic structural parts of the engine were jointly developed by the GEMA companies, but the intake and exhaust manifolds, the cylinder head's intake and exhaust ports, and other elements related to engine tuning were independently developed by Mitsubishi. All engines developed within this family have aluminium cylinder block and head, four valves per cylinder, double overhead camshaft layouts, and MIVEC continuous variable valve timing. The 4B1 engine family is the first to have the continuously variable valve timing MIVEC system applied not only to its intake valves but also to its exhaust valves. The intake and exhaust cam timing is continuously independently controlled and provide four optimized engine operating modes. The engines's bore and stroke both measure 86.0 mm, which engineers refer to as square. According to Mitsubishi, the new cylinder dimensions contribute to a free-revving character (max power at 6, 500 rpm, redline at 8, 000...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
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