on the tranny
yes you can, its super easy, make sure you get the ecu though and injectors, new exhaust, etc etc.
The turbo is a 14b if its a manual transmission
take off serpentine belt and unbolt alternator
they and 65 to 72 foot lbs. at leased that is what it was on my 92 talon 2.0 non turbo
Possibly under the Engine itself in the back next to the firewall. You may have to take out the Battery and Battery Tray.
so you dint have to change the turbo again you should probably get a Mitsubishi 16g big or small turbo
DOT 3 brake fluid
There is none.
Deppending on the condition of the car around 800
On the 1993 Eagle Talon 1.8 liter 4-cylinder, the voltage regulator is bolted in the alternator housing. Open the hood and look on in the front engine area on the passenger side.
i wouldn't bother just get a turbo 4g63. the compression is higher on the non turbo 4g63. and the turbo 4g63 has oil squiters to cool the pistion and cylinders. you will spend as much money putting a turbo on your car as the difference would be selling your car and buying a 1g tsi awd
ny 4g63 motor out of eclipse another talon or a Mitsubishi l200 truck
yes and it would sound terrible. i wouldn't go any larger than 2 1/4" on a non turbo eclipse....It is different on a turbo car because scavanging on a turbo car is not as effective as it is on non turbo.
Try cleaning your injectors.
i think 6 3/4 for rear panel
dancing la la land
The easiest way to do this would be to pull the 1.8 and drop in a 2.0 turbo from a 1st gen DSM (Talon, Eclipse or Laser). It should fit just fine, and the motor mounts should be the same. Be sure to get the wiring harness and ECU from the donor car!
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it's on the drivers side under the dash next to the fuse panel
Get the Haynes manual for the vehicle. It goes step by step. Used it for mine.
Raise the hood and look for the drive belt. The drive belt powers the alternator.
On the lower front side of the transaxle housing. There is a threaded plug.
disconnect the 3 wires going to the starter and unbolt the starter! very easy