Can you put twin trubos on a 1992 3000gt?
you can turbo any of the NA 3000gt's with the right knowledge and some money. you need a conversion kit from a VR4 model 3000gt which includes everything you need to go turbo... oil lines, intakes, turbos and mounts...etc. consider upgrading the brakes as well b/c if you have the ability to go faster...you NEED to be able to stop faster. www.3si.org
Yes, but its alooot of work. I'm pretty sure you will also need the 6spd tranny that goes with it, or five depending on which generation 1st(5spd) or 2nd(6spd). This tranny is also set up for all wheel drive so the transfer case will have to be sealed off. It you want more info go to 3si.org theres tons of info there on the forums.
It is not. The GS is a tranny for an I4, so its not quite wide enough to match up to the V6 block. And if I remember correctly, the 94 manual was a 6-speed. You'd need to get the tranny from a 3rd generation Eclipse GT (I know this works because I did it on my 97) but this only works if you have a SOHC motor, which Mitsubishi didn't put in the 3000GT…
hi there,im not sure what would fit but the sizes you need are a maximum of 8j wheel width,offset between 42-46 a stud pattern of 114,just put these details into a wheel search engine and quite a few will come up,if however you search by car then for some reason wheel retailers put at least £150.00 pounds on the price of 3000gt rims,i got some league alchemist rims and tyres for £675.00 pounds,however a different…
Not without redesigning the entire car. Everything about it - height, width, length, angle of installation, size of transmission and differentials, and length of half-shafts for front and rear, as well as driveshaft length, are different. It would be several times cheaper just to buy a 3000GT and GSX and drive them both.
i don't know about the 3000gt but Mitsubishi is very good i bought one brand new and had it for 15 yrs the most money i put into it at one time was $583 [morri908] I own a 1993 Mitsubishi 3000GT SL (non turbo). It's a great car. It takes forever for a part to break, but remember that when it does it'll cost you quite a bit to fix (... well, just slightly higher…
Yes sure you can. ___________________________________________________ I wouldn't recommend it, if you are referring to the automatic in an sl, because, with all due respect (I'm a huge Mitsubishi fan), they were quite inferior with an average lifespan of 75,000-100,000 if you're lucky. If that's what you're asking I would DEFINITELY recommend using the getrag manual gearbox that were offered for the 3000gt's.
Twin Turbo Fiero I just purchased a 85 gt and was wondering if anyone has put twin turbos on their fiero and if so which ones did they go with I am looking at the Garretts any suggestions?
Anything is possible, however it would seem pointless to do so. The 3000GT Engine is much larger & weighs much more. The modifications needed to do so would not be worth the effort. The original 4G63 engine in the eclipse will take you a long way. With proper modifications these engines are capable of 1400hp. So to answer your question, yes it is "possible" would anyone with experience recommend it "NO"