1985 Mitsubishi Cordia GSR 4WD 1.8 turbo petrol from Australia and New Zealand
What a beast aye :))
The car was purchased with 2 known faults: Bad turbo and gearbox. These have been replaced. The only other work needed on it has been some rust work around the taillight assemblies.
The drive shaft assembly was modified to incorporate a viscous coupling. This enables 4wd to be utilised all the time regardless of road surface and no danger of 'screwing up' the drive system due to uneven rotation speeds of the front and rear wheels. e.g. When cornering, the front wheels scribe a larger arc therefore must rotate quicker than the rear wheels. The viscous coupler allows minute slip because of this. Should a front wheel skid, the unit locks up and power is transferred to the rear wheels.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 16th August, 2000
I don't have a Cordia GSR Turbo yet.. planning to get one soon... just liked to know if there are many 4wd Cordia's around in Australia... or how much would this conversion cost??... I am planning to chuck in a 4G63BT DOHC VR4 engine in it too, and prices towards this would be great..
Contact me at teejay_WRX@hotmail.com
Hey I own an '85 Mitsubishi Cordia GSR 4WD. Was wondering if you know whether the 'box is able to handle the output from a G63BT out of a ZR-4 Galant?
Can anyone send me info on a (jap) vr4 94 g63 wiring diagram???
Hey, wondering if you knew if it was possible to convert an AC GSR Cordia front-wheel drive to a 4wd and if so, if you knew anyone in Melbourne, Victoria who would be capable of doing it. If you could message any details 2 me. Thanx.