Faline Up-to-date Picture Info Car: 1995 Eagle Talon TSi Drive Type: Front Wheel Drive Transmission: 5 Speed Engine: 6 Bolt 4G63T Exterior Color: White/Black (Panda) Interior Color: Black/Grey w/ Grey Leather Present Day Mod List Bolt-on: K&N Air Filter, 14B Turbo, Turbosmart MBC, FMIC w/ Piping, 1g BOV, NGK Plugs and Wires Engine: 6 Bolt Swap ,1G Top End (Cylinder Head, Intake Manifold, Throttle Body), 1G Radiator Engine Management: Aftermarket Boost/Oil PSI/Water Temp Gauges, 10K Pot Mod Drivetrain Mods: 4G64 Spyder Transmission Suspension Mods: 1G Big Brake Swap, 18" Wheels, Lowering Springs Best Timeslip 1/8 Mile E.T.: 9.3950 1/8 Mile MPH: 79.10 60' Time: 2.2821 Plans & Goals -Reliably run 12's while Daily Driving -16G or larger, 550cc. Injectors, Evo 8 ECU tuning with EVOscan, Walbro 255lph fuel pump, Fidanza clutch and flywheel. -Need to build a short block so I can give my friend his 6 bolt back. I would like to get another 6 bolt to build. I am thinking about getting my 7 bolt checked out and using that with Evo 8/9 Pistons. Hello everyone. Have yet to do a project thread since I bought my car just a week or so shy of her and my 1 year anniversary (March 17th, 2012). I named her Faline. Faline, is Bambi's girl friend on the Disney movie. My Talon had a bucking problem when I bought it. So, I named it after a deer. It was either naming after Bambi's girl friend or naming it "Skittles" being that it was multicolored. The bucking problem was supposedly from the Walbro 255lph fuel pump and no AFPR, so the PO said. The PO also said it had a 4G64 transmission, 550cc. injectors, completely rebuilt bottom end, rebuilt T25, 2.5" exhaust, and some other crap. Once I got the car home, I found he lied about everything except the 4G64 trans. I called him out on it and he said his friend did all the work to it while he gave the money for all the aftermarket stuff to his friend. His friend then bought everything and installed it. 4 days after I bought it, the rebuilt bottom end with less than 100 miles on it, spun a rod bearing. I pulled the motor and opened it up. There was no way this thing was rebuilt. No worry, I dropped in my rebuilt 7 bolt that I rebuilt myself. I KNEW that was rebuilt. At this time, I also went ahead and wired up the 1G CAS. The speedometer didn't work. I put in a new speedometer. Fixed. I removed emissions as well. After emissions delete. After the engine swap. 3/28/12 Swapped in the 1g radiator. Very easy to do. All you need to do is cut off the pegs on the bottom of the 1g radiator. It dropped right in. You need to use the 1g upper radiator hose with the 2g lower hose. You do have to cut the 1g upper radiator hose to make it a little shorter. There is quite a bit more room in the exhaust manifold/turbo area though since the outlet for the upper hose on a 1g radiator is on the passenger side where as the 2g outlet is smack dab in the middle of the radiator.