Notice where the exhaust manifold is. Now look down and you can see your turbo. If it's not there then you don't have one.
slowboyracing.com should have it.
I believe it is in the ball park of 14 to 15 psi of boost. That is what my turbo talon run. Edit: A stock 1g DSM (Talon eclipse laser) has it set at 9-12 PSI. while the stock gauge says 14 sometimes it should not be trusted. get a aftermarket boost gauge and find out yourself
Near one of the top pulleys is a spring loaded tensioner; find it and insert a ratchet on it and pry it back to release tension. Pay attention to how the belt runs so you can remember how it goes around the pulleys.
look at the valve cover on the left side u will see two wires going to a sensor that's where it is
It does not have an inertia/reset switch.
Im really going to need a year on that Talon in order to help you out.
An auto parts store will have a fuse layout for a 1994 Eagle Talon TSI. You may also be able to find books at your local library with a fuse layout for the car.
In the Haynes Repair Manual, book number 68031 for 1995-2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse and Eagle Talon. Look in Chapter 12 page 39, wiring diagrams 1 and 2.
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You can try using a japan based engine - SR20det line of engines. These fit into almost anything you can think off. just find a tsi you'll spend more money doin the swap then you could actually find the car for
A person can purchase a used eagle talon at most used car dealers that you can find by searching for a used car dealership around a town or city. The person may want to search multiple areas for the best deal.