There was a stock turbo option for the 93 eclipse. there was also a non-turbo (n/a) option.
a turbo maniafactured in the car is faster then no turbo so 99 eclipse gsx is faster
It depends on what year model eclipse u have is it the turbo or non turbo model
turbo or non turbo?
there is no gt turbo. there was only the gs turbo and the gsx which was turboed, the gt didn't come til the 3rd generation eclipse which was in 2000 but 2000+ are all non-turboed.
This depends on if the eclipse is automatic or manual and also if it is the turbo model or the non-turbo model.
For the right price you can put a turbo on just about anything. Unfortunately for you the cost to put a turbo on a non-turbo eclipse is probably more than going out and buying an eclipse with a turbo already on it.
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..
160 turbo models have 210
No. The gs is the base eclipse spyder model.
what is the timing sequence on a 1994 Mitsubishi ecipes 2.0 leader no turbo??
If it is a Gs Spyder then it is 141 HP.
Get a manual on your car and do the job correctly.
I need one for a 93 and I can't find one anywhere some one should help please
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.
When diagnosing engine trouble it is important to know the firing order of the engine. The firing order of the 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse is 1,3,4,2.
yes, there were 4 models of the eclipse, 2 of them were turbo. the gsx was the only AWD eclipse made that year
The Chiltons manual has great drawings. It doesn't cost a lot to get the book either.
Yes, you can, but there is a chance that you will need to change transmission and everything what is going inside the engine. The problem is that Mitsubishi engine parts from different engines are not compatible (it can be turbo Japanese engine, or non-turbo crysler engine and so on).
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
GS=GRAND SPORT GST=GRAND SPORT TURBO
On the Non-Turbo it is on the left side of the Throtle body. Turbo model I have no clue.
yep need a dif ecu though