Understanding the Mitsubishi Split System
The Mitsubishi Split System is a system that installs both fuel tanks and radiators at the same time. It has been designed for maximum utility and efficiency and allows the vehicle to work more efficiently, both in town and out of town. Mitsubishi is a company that has been around for decades and is a household name among vehicle owners for a wide variety of reasons. The Mitsubishi Split System is one such reason and is designed to give vehicles a truly unique look, be it for style or practicality. The split system is easy to install a unit that simplifies maintenance and fuel management as well as lowering the level of noise and heat from the engine while also making emissions more manageable.
The split system by Mitsubishi is not like most other aftermarket systems in that it does not require a professional installer. Anyone with common sense and a little mechanical aptitude can do the install on their own. In addition, the design of the system allows it to be installed on any vehicle regardless of its make or model. Also, this system can be added to or removed from any vehicle with no noticeable loss of power or performance.
Mitsubishi Split System is especially useful to SUVs because of their size, weight and awkwardness. Because of the large mass and awkwardness, the vehicle has, regular fuel additives can cause significant pollution and harmful emissions. The fuel injectors and fuel tank of an SUV are very similar in size and shape to those of an SUV and are therefore highly susceptible to damage and distortion. This problem causes a lot of wear and tear on the parts of the unit and actually extends the life of the unit by keeping it from performing at peak levels.
The split fuel system by Mitsubishi mounts underneath the dash and installs the fuel tank on top of the engine, thus eliminating the need for fuel bags, filters or tanks. Because of the way the system mounts, the fuel injector is right in the line of sight of the fuel filter, which means that problems with dirty filters can also occur if dirty fuel is pumped into the engine. Also, because the fuel injector is right in the middle of the engine and the fuel filter is mounted high on the engine, any dirt or debris that might be kicked up during driving will likely hit the injector instead of the fuel filter, which can cause a lot of damage.
The unit also comes with a special system that keeps the air filter from being blown away by the wind during driving, which protects the filter from being damaged by dirty air. This is especially helpful for long drives and during stormy weather when flying dirt and debris can potentially damage the fuel lines and other parts of the unit.