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Street Build 1991 Eclipse_GSX_BRAZIL

Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX
  • Ownership Status:
    Currently Own
    Transmission Type:
    Build Type:
    • Street
    Currently totally stock
    Currently totally stock
    Mods-EMS & Logging:
    Currently totally stock
    Currently totally stock
    Currently totally stock
    Parts Wishlist:
    Turbo 16g
    1G AWD are rare in Brazil and it is my dream car since the childhood.
    It was hard to find one. This was the only 1G awd with manual transmission for sale at that time.
    Planning to upgrade turbo and use dsmlink to control.

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  1. Mech Addict
    I like the black top better, too. I enjoy seeing the 91 stock engine, because I really notice the differences to my 90 gsx. Personally I love the original wheel style, but I know they are a bit polarizing, with many folks swapping them for aftermarket, or even just 2g oem. Was the car sold new in Brazil, or privately imported? I look forward to seeing the interior, and following your build.
  2. Mech Addict
    Sweet ride! Post some interior and engine picks for us other stockers. How is fuel situation in Brazil? High octane available? I always wonder about this in other countries, and it can have big influence on what mods will work. If you can get better gas than here (US) then adding boost gets much easier to do.
    1. Diego Estrozi
      I just changed the pics.. Now you can see the engine.
      The top is black again, but need to be repainted.
      In brazil we do have high octane gas, but is expensive.
      The ethanol is cheap here, but I think it can affect the longevity of several components. For now I will keep using gasoline.
      Visually I intend to change only the wheels and leave all the rest as stock.
      soon I will take new pics from the interior.
      Diego Estrozi, Aug 10, 2020
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