BLACKWIND arose from the dust in Malaysia in the year 2006.

BLACKWIND is a 4x4 TEAM run by an enthusiastic, friendly group of Pajero owners specialising exclusively in Pajero L049 products.

We started off working on repairs and modifications of our own Pajeros, and on to requests from other Pajero owners to carry out work on their vehicles. The requests just kept on coming and that’s when we decided to take BLACKWIND full-swing!

BLACKWIND Malaysia was all systems go right from the beginning, and we’re stirring up a storm with every passing day!

A big thank you to one and all for lending your support to BLACKWIND!

Contact us at: 012-3419537 / 019-2205 850 or email:
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The first Pajero prototype was unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show in November of 1973. The Pajero II prototype followed in 1978, five years later. Mitsubishi’s aim was to create more of a recreational vehicle, not just an SUV.

In January 1983, the first Pajero made its debut at the Paris Dakar Rally, taking first place in 1985 at only the third attempt. To date, the Pajero is the most successful vehicle in the Dakar Rally. This not only gave the Pajero an offroad reputation, but also helped in the sales department.

In February of 1983, Mitsubishi came out with a long wheel base, five door model, to serve the needs of a larger target market. The long wheel base model was available with a choice of two different engines; a 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol (badged as "2.0 Turbo" and "2000 Turbo" in some markets) and a 2.3 liter turbocharged diesel (badged as 2.3 TD or 2300 TD).

The long wheelbase model also increased seating capacity to seven, with available third row seats, which could be folded to the sides for additional trunk space or combined with second row seats to form a bed.

The Pajero was further refined in June 1984. The turbo diesel engines now had higher horsepower/torque ratings, whilst the long wheel base models got standard four wheel disc brakes and four way adjustable shock absorbers as standard equipment.

A new flagship model was then introduced in early 1987, with a two-tone paintjob, fifteen inch (38 cm) light alloy wheels, front seat heaters, wool seat covers, genuine leather headrests, a three spoke steering wheel and a sound system with radio/cassette. Also at this time, a version of the Pajero/Montero was marketed to Dodge dealers as the Raider, which ran through 1989.

Finally in 1988, a 3.0-litre SOHC V6 engine was made available, alongside a 2.5-litre turbo diesel engine, with the first 4x4 intercooler. This translated to better acceleration in mid to high rev ranges. The long wheel base models got a leaf spring rear suspension, which formed a coil link suspension system for better ride comfort and off-road ability.

The first generation was introduced on May 7, 1982 and manufactured until 1991.

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The Spirit of Adventure and Competition has been the cornerstone of Mitsubishi's motor sport commitment for many years. And nowhere has this philosophy been better demonstrated than in the Paris-Dakar - probably the most famous rally in the world. By 1986, the Mitsubishi Pajero was the acknowledge master of this type of motor sport event, known to the world as the toughest, most reliable and fastest machine of its type in the world. Again boasting over 14,000 km and 22 days of hard, driving competition, the 1986 "Dakar" presented an incredible challenge once more.With the confidence of three years of victory behind it, Pajero set out this time as a clear favourite from being a fancied runner in previous years. Again, the Mitsubishi Pajero lived up to its fast-developing reputation with a superb 3rd, fifth and seventh overall, capturing the challenging Marathon class for the fourth time in four years. It wasn't quite the victory that Mitsubishi enjoyed the previous year, but nevertheless, it was still a great testament to the strength and durability of the Pajero in very difficult circumstances, and the Mitsubishi off-road machine was by now firmly established as the vehicle to beat in off-road motor sport.

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Malaysia’s rugged terrain, dense rain forests and numerous mountainous regions make it an irresistible destination for off road driving enthusiasts. Mud, heat, sloping hills and rainstorms add to the challenge in the grueling and exhilarating sport of off road driving.

With 58 per cent of the country still under jungle cover, Malaysia’s terrain bring out the best of man and machine in a test of skill under ever changing conditions.

The three international off road events held in Malaysia annually around October and November are the Trans Borneo International Rally, the National Challenge and the Rainforest International Challenge of Malaysia.

The casual visitor may not be cut out for the rigours of world class international events like the year-end Camel Trophy or the Rainforest Challenge, two of the world of 4X4 driving’s most competitive events. However, there is nothing to stop an interested novice from learning the rudiments of off road or 4X4 driving and having an exciting time exploring places off the beaten track.

Because of the rugged terrain and the jolts and bumps sustained during a drive, participants need to be of a sound body and constitution.

Off road driving is a year round activity, but depending on the level of expertise of the driver, some months are better than others. The dry season from March to October make for firmer terrain and less mud.

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