Turbo gap size is--0.032 inch
v-tec b18 b16 is it AWD? no it is not awd its fwd and its non turbo
Check the coil pack, if not that check plug wires.
98hp base and other dohc is 135hp and fwd turbo is 185 and awd turbo is 195hp
no only 95-99 but if yours is turbo tsi only can put one in from another tsi turbo if its a 420a non turbo put one in from another non turbo esi
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.
Eagle Talon and Mitsubishi Eclipse turbo models run 7lbs of boost as a factory setting.
Horsepower was measured at 195 hp, Torque was 203 lbs/ft, AWD has a 50/50 power split, ABS was an option on AWD models, stock turbo was a 14b turbo, automatics had the 13g turbo, 60mm throttle body, stock side mount intercooler, 430cc injectors i believe.
SPARK PLUG GAP1999 Subaru Truck Forester AWD 2.5L MFI 4cylThe Spark Plug Gap.044 (In thousandths of an inch)
1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse 2.0L MFI Turbo DOHC 4cylThe Spark Plug Gap.032 (In thousandths of an inch)1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse 2.4L MFI SOHC 4cylThe Spark Plug Gap.044 (In thousandths of an inch)1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX AWD 2.0L MFI Turbo DOHC 4cylThe Spark Plug Gap.032 (In thousandths of an inch)1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse 2.0L MFI DOHC 4cylThe Spark Plug Gap.050 (In thousandths of an inch) Heres all the engines for 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse
14b turbo is stock I upgraded mine to an evo 3 big 16g turbo with no problems so far. It is a lot more boost but the engine can handle it if you take care of it.
Anything is possible but on a 1st gen the body is molded differently lots of fab but it can be done, is it worth it? Probaly not. now you can however easily swap in a turbo motor/trans. 2g eclipses/ talons are basically direct bolt in for the awd swap
very bottom of the xfer-case near the back. it is a large plug like 24mm or around that size
Its could be the turbo your hearing...
It could be a host of different things. My guess is that its your Thermostat, or it could be that you don't have the coolant mixed correctly.
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
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
behind the radio
look at the valve cover on the left side u will see two wires going to a sensor that's where it is
Try going to Kelleybluebook.com put in your info and they will tell you.
the talon tsi creates 210 horsepower and does not top 200 mph!!! ot maxes like 147. After 100 mph the power really goes away because of the awd. It is fast for the money but not my ride i dont know the complete difference betwen the years but my 1996 Talon tsi awd is stock 210 hp, and tops at 130mph because of the governver. but the power stays pretty strong even past 100mph. 0-100 in little less then 16 seconds. stock.
yes an all wheel drive transmission from 90 to 98 will fit any year of those cars the trannys were never changed in production.
any Mitsubishi engine
AnswerIt can handle roughly 26psi. No more. I personally wouldn't go over 20 for a DD, 25 for track.
the computer on the coiles are gone in it bad wires or plugs