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Autocross Build 95 Talon AWD Street Touring H!

Eagle Talon TSi AWD
  • Ownership Status:
    I own it
    Turbo Type:
    Transmission Type:
    Build Type:
    • Autocross
    Injen Intake
    Megan Racing 3" downpipe
    Hi Flow Cat
    Post Cat down-turn, no muffler
    Ebay Front Strut bar
    RRE Rear Strut bar
    Corbeau Forza Seats
    Prothane Engine Mount Bushings
    Antigravity AG-801 Battery (1.5 lbs)
    2GB front bumper
    Eclipse 2GB headlights
    Paint Code matched Tinted Tail Lights and Front Corner Markers
    Vermont Flannel Headliner and Door Inserts
    98 long block
    Mods-EMS & Logging:
    DSMLink V3
    Koni 2812 Double Adjustable (Truechoice Valving)
    Spherical rear shock bearings
    RTM Racing Shock mounts
    Front 700x5x2.25 & Rear 550x8x2.25 Hyperco Springs & Helper Springs
    RMDSM Sway Bars
    Ingalls Front/Rear Camber Kit
    Cut/Welded Front Upper Arms
    Prothane Suspension Bushings
    Poterfield R4S Pads
    BBS 17x8 et 35 wheels
    Enkei RPF1 17x9 et 45 wheels
    Bridgestone RE-71R 245/40/17
  • 60' Time:
    Dyno HP:
    160 bhp
    Dyno TQ:
    190 lb/ft
    Dyno Type:
    Mustang Dyno
    Dyno Sheet Photo Link:

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  1. Murdertalon
    I really like the: I choose its my car attitude I see with the interior being wrapped in flannel. Baller. I wasn't sure If I liked the color at first but that flannel interior and the blue rims works man. I might be gearing up for autocross this season with my talon and I see one addition that I need that you have the RRE rear sway. Did it make a big difference? I have a front upper ebay one and upon research to combat understeer issues you actually want a really solid rear to see more effect.
    1. ileagleracing
      Thanks, I had an appointment with the uphostery shop and had limited time to find a fabric I wanted, and I just happend to pass Vermont Flannel on the way home from an autocross. They didn't have anything in Wildberry, so I picked somthing that I thought would work.
      Had some extra flanel so I just had the passenger airbag cover done. I'm playing around with the idea of vinyl wrapping the exterior roof and spoiler with the same flannel pattern.

      Can't say if the rear strut bar made a difference, I put it on pretty soon after I got the car.
      I do need to replace my front ebay strut bar, between the blown drivers front shock and low ride height, I've got cracks and popped spot welds in that strut tower and the bar transfered force into the passenger strut tower and I've got popped spot welds there. The mounting plate for the ebay strut bar is all bent and wavy. I'm looking at designing my own strut tower bar that also picks up on the front control arm bolts.
      ileagleracing, Mar 8, 2018
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  2. ileagleracing
    No racing this weekend, so I figured I'd post up some videos & pictures
    Video from an autocross on a kart track in Quebec last year:
    Photo from the first event in the car after buying it in 2008, I quickly discovered that it didn't have ABS.
    I think the Enkei RPF1's look good in blue/black, unfortunately it's plastidip, so it probably won't survive the next tire change.
  3. ileagleracing
    The Canadian Nationals Autocross Championship in 2016 is in Montreal. Looking forward to running on my current "homefield". Here is some video of my last event here:

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