No. The gs is the base eclipse spyder model.
You should be able to.
Full name of Eclipse is Mitsubishi Eclipse (GS, RS, GT)... You need to correct your question.
On an Eclipse GS.........the "GS" stands for Grand Sport
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.
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..
Have a 99 eclipse gs and it gets me 27 mpg
on the intake manifold
Why will my 2000 mitsubishi eclipse gs not change gears? its like its stuck in 2nd or 3rd? i have no clue whats wronmg with it
Well if your asking about the 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS, w/o turbo it's 140. GS Eclipses don't come stock with turbo so either your looking for a GS-T or GS-X, or you have put your own turbo and that would be specific to your turbo set up.
the 2002 Mitsubishi eclipse gs is a front-wheel drive car. The last version of the all wheel drive eclipse ended 2nd gen.
You can try the EDZ 2.4l
140 hp stock
Rs/gs 140 Gt 205
It was a 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS with a number of performance and cosmetic modifications.
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.
Ive got a 2002 reg Mitsubishi eclipse gs 2.4 and it has 167bhp. 0-60 in 6.4seconds top speed of 143mph?
A Spyder GS is a non turbo car. A GS-T on the other hand is a turbo car. Hope this helps
it has a naturally aspirated 420a by Chrysler
The ECU is located in the gears of a 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse. This is what controls the cruise.