The higher the frequency, the faster the motor will spin. This results in better cooling, so the motor can be designed smaller. There are other effects as well, but perhaps this will get you started.
I prefer Roush HIGH ZINC PERFORMANCE MOTOR OIL.
A 4g63 motor
no...but you can use screaming eagle synthetic oil in both the motor and the transmission which is supposed to be better anyways
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If they both have the 4g63 2.0l motor then yes
Yes, in 1992 the engine was modified to a "roller" motor and is still this today. You will have some differing belts and pulley's but these can be swaped to your newer/older ones.
No. The 420A is a Chrysler motor put into certain Mitsubishi/Eagle/Laser models. The GSX's turbo motor is a 4g63T Mitsubishi engine.
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