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there shouldn't be any fluid in your intercooler its just for air
A 1995-98 Eagle Talon Tsi has 210hp stock.
with stock internals run 15psi. i would not go over 18
A 1995-98 Eagle Talon Tsi has 210hp
Stock is around 9psi.
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.
I believe it is in the ball park of 14 to 15 psi of boost. That is what my turbo talon run. Edit: A stock 1g DSM (Talon eclipse laser) has it set at 9-12 PSI. while the stock gauge says 14 sometimes it should not be trusted. get a aftermarket boost gauge and find out yourself
I believe they came 210 HP stock.
top speed is 140 MPH.
the firerbird if it has a v8
A stock 1995 Eagle Talon ESi, which is the non-turbo variant, will reach speeds of 145 mph. I am sure this car can go faster with a little wrench time and a lot of patience...
It would be tsume, at the least.
Eagle Talon and Mitsubishi Eclipse turbo models run 7lbs of boost as a factory setting.
15.090 @ 92 mph
stock in first gear
A talon is a birds claw. A good sentence would be, the eagle uses its talon to scoop up its prey off of the ground.
i think 6 3/4 for rear panel
no it wont. the blocks are different..
The 14b turbo the TSI's come with stock.
t-25 on 2nd gens 14b on 1st gens
I was able to get it mine upto 130 mph (stock), might go faster didn't have enough room to push it
Talon, such as in "a bird's talon" is a noun.