Supercharger for 2012 Mitsubishi Outlander GT 3.0L

Asked by Apr 13, 2016 at 08:40 PM about the 2012 Mitsubishi Outlander GT AWD

Question type: Car Customization

I want to place a supercharger in my car thing is I
don't know where to begin. What do I look for first ?
The GT trim is equipped with a 230-hp 3.0-liter V6
with 215 torque. Some guidance would be nice
thanks

5 Answers

116,125

Some real advise is don't, Mitsubishi's aren't the best to begin with, and then you want to pressurize the combustion chambers, most likely will blow itself sky high. If your dead set on doing this, you must change the engines internals to turbo designed equipment, better crankshaft, rods, special pistons, different injectors and computer tuning, this is not just a plug and play type of thing if you want to do it right. So you will need some deep pockets.

Appreciate the advice, this is something I really want to do and have my mind set on. Money isn't a problem, getting the right information and guidance is. Mitsubishi released a evolander concept in 2006 with a supercharger on the mivec V6 engine I'm trying to get the same set up.

116,125

Then find a wrecked one with everything you want and start your project of transferring the power train and electronics.

It was just a concept it never was put in production. Only shown at the Chicago car show. But thanks for the advice. I appreciate anything I can get.

116,125

OK I suggest you find a speed shop in your area, talk with them about what you want to do, I'm sure they can set you up with all that you need so you blow the thing into a million pieces, but it will be expensive.

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