1" Engine Lift Kit (Isuzu D-Max 2017 to 2020/MUX 2017 to 2021 - 4JJ1) – PPD Performance NZ

1" Engine Lift Kit (Isuzu D-Max 2017 to 2020/MUX 2017 to 2021 - 4JJ1) - Munji

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1" Engine Lift Kit (Isuzu D-Max 2017 to 2020/MUX 2017 to 2021 - 4JJ1) - Munji available on AfterPay. We deliver Australia-wide! – Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide & Perth.

N.B. This engine lift only suits vehicles with a body lift

What is this?

1" Engine and Gearbox lift kit designed to suit the Dmax/Mux motor, being from 2017 to 2020.

Made from billet alloy, with sandblasted anodised finish.

What are the benefits?

The Isuzu engines sit very low in the chassis in the Rodeos, RC Collies and all the D-Max models. This means these model cars have a reduced ground clearance from the sump and transfer case. Also finding the 2.5l Dmax overseas (being models outside of Australia) has issues with the rear turbo hitting on the steering shaft, this gives the clearance needed for that too.

Following a body lift installation:-

-       More room is made around the engine, allowing for easier serviceability; and

-       A gap appears between the bonnet and top-mounted intercooler, resulting in a loss of efficiency in the viscous fan.

The purpose of this kit is to lift the engine and gearbox 1” higher, and away from the chassis. Increasing the ground clearance, as the lowest section on these model vehicles is the transfer case, closely followed by the sump.

Options Available

The following colours are available:-

-       Munji Blue

-       Stealth Black

What vehicles does this suit?

-       Isuzu D-Max 2017 to 2020 with 4JJ1 Motor

-       Isuzu Mux 2017 to 2021 with 4JJ1 Motor


Tools required – socket set / pliers / allen keys / spanners / jack / hoist (if available) / screw drivers

Installation Time - Approximately 1-2 Hours depending on the tools available and workspace.

Difficulty – Good tool / mechanical knowledge required


calculated on check out price.

All billet alloy construction with stainless locating pins