negative only 420a motor for non turbo or 4g63 for turbo model...or extensive modifying. i don't know why you would want to. 2000+ eclipse motors are garbage as well as the dodge 420a non turbo motor...the only motor that sould have ever been put in the eclipse is the 4g63 period.
yes. both engines are the 4g63. the turbo engines from the 1990-1994 is a 6 bolt 4g63 and the turbo engine from the 1995-1999 is a 7 bolt 4g63.
The Turbo 4G63 motor will fit in it. It might fit but with modification. I was looking at my friends turbo eclipse and the motor sits in there differently. The motor mounts are in different locations. it's a real pain to drop the turbo engine in because it basically sits backwards from the non-turbo engine, so the motor mounts are in the wrong place. However, i have heard rumor that 4g63 evo motor will fit without mod because it sits the same way as rs/gs
not with out alot of work. the most common swap would be a 4g63 turbo 2.9L from a 1993 eclipse, and with that swap you will need: -ecu -tranny -axels -motor mounts and a few others. would prolly be better off buying a new car
ny 4g63 motor out of eclipse another talon or a Mitsubishi l200 truck
the hp for a stock 4g63 non turbo is 160 and tq is 140
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
The simple answer is yes. there are two engines in talons, lasers and eclipses. or better known as dsm's. (diamond star motors). there is the 4g63, and the 420a. which both come in turbo and non-turbo models. if you are looking to swap a turbo 4g63 into a non turbo 4g63 shell, the swap is simple. same as if your swapping a turbo 420a into a non turbo 420a shell. now, if your looking to swap a turbo 4g63into a nonturbo 420a or vise versa, you will encounter problems with motor mounts, wiring etc. keep in mind the wiring and ecu's etc will be different on each motor.
without the headers and the turbo, it is close to 400lbs.
Be sure it is a 4g63, non turbod eclipses (rs and gs models) between 1995 and 1999 use the 420a engine (which you can buy turbo kits for too) But if it is a 4g63 than the answer is yes, you would have to buy the correct turbo kit (turbo, oil lines, turbo exhaust manifold, intercooler, piping, etc) and tuning software (DSMlink). It is a good bit of work if you are not experienced with cars and building them. To turbo a non turbo car is is important to make sure the engine can handle it and SHOULD be rebuilt properly to ensure that it will last. If you are serious about this than I suggest reading up on dsmtalk.com and dsmtuners.com both are forums about everything 4G63 and even the 420a engines (non turbo'd eclipse/talon 1995-1999)
Yes, the same harness was used in the non turbo as well as the turbo, Unless you have the 1.8 liter or the 420a engine.
New? I'm doubtful there is such a thing as "new" rebuilt perhaps.. it will run you about $1500.
4g63 (Turbo) or 420A (non-turbo)
For 95-99 Yes, depending on the model of car. A talon ESI has a 420a motor like the eclipse GS and RS. Talon tsi or tsi awd have the same motor (4g63) as the eclipse gst or gsx
oil squirters are installed on a turbo block that shoots oil onto the piston skirts so that detonation does not occur with the high temps in the cylinder.
If you have a 4g63 motor a common problem is crankwalk, this will damage or break off the sensor.
The answer is yes, you would have to buy the correct turbo kit (turbo, oil lines, turbo exhaust manifold, intercooler, piping, etc) and tuning software (DSMlink). It is a good bit of work if you are not experienced with cars and building them. To turbo a non turbo car is is important to make sure the engine can handle it and SHOULD be rebuilt properly to ensure that it will last. If you are serious about this than I suggest reading up on dsmtalk.com and dsmtuners.com both are forums about everything 4G63 and even the 420a engines (non turbo'd eclipse/talon 1995-1999)
look at the engine, is there a snail shell looking thing attached to the front of the engine...if so then u got one. ------ If your Eclipse is a GS or RS it did not come from the factory with a turbo. the engine should be on the passenger side of the car. That engine is a 420a. If you have an Eclipse GSX or GS-T then you have a turbo charged engine. the engine will be on the drivers side of the car. this is the 4g63 engine. it is possible to have a 420a with a turbo, but someone will have had to put it on themselves, and you would probably know that when you bought it.
A 4g63 motor
Stock these cars came with the non turbo 4G63 and a turbo version of the same motor. They also came equipped with a 4G37, which is a 1.8L motor that is smaller, more fuel efficient and less powerful than either of the 4G63 variants. Technically, any of these motors could fit, depending on installing the matching mounting, trans, and engine manager to make the car go.
It will bolt on, but to answer your question, no.
VERY HARD AND VERY EXPENSIVE. I do not recommend. You would spend less money buying a talon or eclipse with the 4g63 engine!