.039 to .044
obviously its the same 4g63 engine
Yes, but the flywheel and pressure plate is diferent between turbo and non turbo.
The 14b turbo the TSI's come with stock.
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.
Yes much trouble. The motor mounts are not the same as well as the axels. It would be easier for you to convert the 420a engine to a turbo modified. They make turbos kits for the 420a
yes it will, but the manifold your gonna put the tsi throttle body on must be a turbo manifold as well, well actually not really, it will fit no matter what, its just the non turbo manifold has more vacuum lines runnin to the throttle body, but it should work, never had a non turbo talon but i am very familiar with them, i have a 92 tsi awd talon and a 98 tsi.
If they both have the 4g63 2.0l motor then yes
uh there's a manifold on the front of the motor that's your turbo manifold and the turbo's connected to that it's the easiest part to spot other than the motor and intake your intake goes into it
any battery with at least 550cca (cold cranking amps) and at least 685ca (cranking amps.
just get a 6bolt 4g63t have to get the wiring harness transmission ecu it's just best to buy a tsi/gsx/gst you'll spend to much money on it
v-tec b18 b16 is it AWD? no it is not awd its fwd and its non turbo
slowboyracing.com should have it.
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Mitsubishi 14b turbos were put into these cars until 1995 when the Garrett t-25 (smaller spooled faster but less HP) was installed.
yes you can, i have a 1992 eagle talon tsi awd turbo, and i also have a 98 talon tsi and since the 95-98 mmodels have a 7 bolt pattern, im sure you know, crank walk etc, i threw in a 2.0 engine into my 98 modded the hell out of it to, super easy, great fit, go for it
If it is a non turbo DSM go here, but I recommend just buying a different car unless you have a lot of time and money. http://www.angelfire.com/il2/freestyle/turboconversion.html or http://www.dsmtuners.com/forums/showthread.php?t=48231
Yes its at a dealer or a parts store
Look at the lower section of engine - follow + battery cable
Chrysler products do not use inertia/reset switches.
take the negative termainal on the battery off for 30 seconds then reconect