I don't know about the '98 GS, but the '98 RS does not have a governor... at least, not below 120 mph... I haven't had it any faster than that.
rs-no gs-no gs-t-yes
It's probably 2.4L. The standard engine on the 1998 Eclipse GS is the 2.0 L I4 140 HP engine. The 2.4 L engine is not available on the GS, but is abvailable for the GS Spyder.
no, this car doesn't have a governor, I have personally driven over 130mph in it stock.
Yes. Both engines are the 420a. (as long as your eclipse isn't a GSX/GS-T)
Most all governors are located in the ECU/PCM of the vehicle. I believe that eclipse ECU's are located under hood. Once located, it would have to be removed properly and then chipped/flashed by a tuner.
A Spyder GS is a non turbo car. A GS-T on the other hand is a turbo car. Hope this helps
No the engine in the 98 mitsubishi eclipse spyder gs is a mitsubishi 4g64 while the engine in the 96 rs is a chrysler 420a engine.
buy an aftermarket computer
Mounted on top and inside the fuel tank.
On an Eclipse GS.........the "GS" stands for Grand Sport
left side of the intake manifold.
No. The gs is the base eclipse spyder model.
Full name of Eclipse is Mitsubishi Eclipse (GS, RS, GT)... You need to correct your question.
The Mitsubishi GS does not come with turbo...... ^^^^^^ Idiot... The Eclipse GS did come turbo, surprisingly it was called the Eclipse GS-T, I wonder what the T stands for. Now, with that out of the way, the firing order is 1-3-4-2..
go to autozone.com http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c152800ad658
3G Eclipse GT = 6 Cylinder 3.0L1G/2G Eclipse GS = 4 Cylinder 2.0/2.4LWill not work ...
No, you can't.
Have a 99 eclipse gs and it gets me 27 mpg
GS=GRAND SPORT GST=GRAND SPORT TURBO
5W-30 should work fine. It's what I've been using.
It depends on the model (RS/GS/GT). The car has no governor and will travel as fast as it physically can (aerodynamics, horsepower, torque, gravity, etc)
Yes with a few sensor changes