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The L200 Turbo is a four-cylinder, 2.0-liter turbocharged engine that was available in Mitsubishi’s Lancer Evolution VIII and IX. It made 276 horsepower at 6,500 rpm and 286 lb-ft of torque at 3,500 rpm. The L200 Turbo was replaced by the Lancer Ralliart’s turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine for the Evolution X.
The L200 Turbo engine is known for its reliability and durability, but it can suffer from a few issues. First, the turbocharger may develop boost leaks over time. This can be caused by a faulty turbo gasket or a crack in the turbo housing. Boost leaks can cause the engine to lose power and can be difficult to diagnose.
Another issue that can affect the L200 Turbo engine is oil starvation. This can happen if the engine is not properly maintained and the oil level is allowed to get too low. Oil starvation can cause the engine to seize, and it can be difficult to repair.
Finally, the L200 Turbo engine can suffer from timing chain stretch. This can cause the engine to lose power and can eventually lead to engine failure. Timing chain stretch is typically caused by improper maintenance, and it can be difficult to repair.
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