The 4D6x family is a series of overhead cam 4 cylinder direct injection diesel engines produced by Mitsubishi and used in it's range of small cars. Both versions use belt driven single overhead camshafts and balance shaft.
The 4D65 displaces 1.8 litres (1795cc) and uses a 80.6mm x 88mm bore and stroke with a 22.1:1 compression ratio. It uses an ordinary distrubutor type fuel pump. It is available in both normally aspirated and turbo charged forms.
In normally aspirated form, it produces 45 kW at 4500 rpm and 111Nm at 3000 rpm. With turbo charger it produces 56 kW at 4500 rpm and 149 Nm at 2500 rpm.
- Mitsubishi Lancer/Mirage CC (1991-1996)
The 4D68 displaces 2 litres (1998cc) and uses a 82.7mm x 93mm bore and stroke with a 22.4:1 compression ratio. It uses an ordinary distributor type fuel pump. It is available in both normally aspirated and turbo charged forms with and without intercooler.
In naturally aspirated form, it produces 50 kW at 4500 rpm and 123 Nm at 3000 rpm. In turbo charged form it produces 65 kW at 4500 rpm and 176 Nm at 2500 rpm.
The 4D68 wasn't used in Australian domestic models, but was used in:
- Mitsubishi Lancer/Mirage CC and CE (1991-2000)
- Mitsubishi RVR (1991-2000)
- Proton Wira
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