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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey View Post
    there is one locally with a special edition galant VR4 engine puting out about 300hp, and the managed to stuff an EVO AWD drivetrain underneath, if only they came that way from the factory

    oath. Didnt they race that in some form?
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    no idea. haven't seen it in awhile
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    Mitsubishi FTO
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    Mitsubishi Galant FTO (I didn't want to make a new thread)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrer View Post
    At the time it was the smallest V6 available. Alotugh the original Lancia V6 was even smaller at 1754cc.
    Then there was also a 1,597 cc Mitsubishi Lancer from 1992.

    "Although now out of production, the 1600 cc 6A10 still holds the distinction of being the smallest modern production V6.

    6A10
    * Displacement — 1597 cc
    * Bore — 73.0 mm
    * Stroke — 63.6 mm
    * Engine type — V type 6 cylinder DOHC 24 valve
    * Compression ratio — 10.0:1
    * Fuel system — ECI multi
    * Peak power — 103 kW (140 PS) at 7000 rpm
    * Peak torque — 147 N·m (108 ft·lbf) at 4500 rpm

    Applications
    * 1992–94 Mitsubishi Mirage
    * 1992–98 Mitsubishi Lancer"
    from ENGINE PERFORMANCE


    And then there's all those motorcycle engines like 750cc V8s &c...
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    why bother with such a small V6 in the lancer? seems wierd way to do it.
    also; can anyone confirm if the mirage ever came as AWD, i seem to recall there being a very limited run of otherwise standard mirages with an AWD option.
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