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Street Build 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse RS Sleeper

Year:
1998
Model/Trim:
Mitsubishi Eclipse N/T
  • Ownership Status:
    I own it
    Drivetrain:
    FWD
    Transmission Type:
    Manual
    Build Type:
    • Street
    Mods-Bolt-on:
    None
    Mods-Engine:
    This is a rebuilt 420a non turbo 2.0L

    All work was done by me

    Honed and cleaned for new Wiseco 10:5:1 pistons (Eagle Rods)
    Stock exhaust header (Looking for a replacement)
    Stage 2 cylinder head (ported)
    Crower stage 2 Racing camshafts. 248 intake / 248 exhaust
    Crower valve springs and titanium retainers set
    PEP stainless steel valve set (exhaust/intake)
    Felpro valve seal set
    SBI valve keeper set
    Top-line 3g lifters set
    ARP cam tower stud kit
    Felpro head bolt kit
    New Felpro gaskets top end and lower end sets
    OBX Adjustable Cam Gears (Silver)
    Reman crankshaft
    New gates timing belt
    New 55mm throttle body
    New water pump
    New high volume oil pump
    New Deatschwerks 415LPH fuel pump
    FIC 1000cc Injectors
    Clutchmasters stage 2 clutch
    New starter
    New battery
    Aftermarket 7.0mm spark plug wires
    3a racing exhaust
    Mods-EMS & Logging:
    Stock ECU (waiting on ECM-Link to get here :) so I can use my 1000cc injectors properly
    Mods-Drivetrain:
    Clutchmasters Stage 2 Clutch
    Mods-Handling:
    Bone Stock Suspension
    Parts Wishlist:
    A Turbo, EVO 8 Swap
    Background:
    Bought it from my mom's for $1000 been upgrading ever since! This car's motor has been thru it all thru a rod with little to no damage on cylinder walls so was able to patched the hole with JB weld steel stick and coated the internal part with extreme heat epoxy it has been holding pressure and oil ever since with no leaks

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  1. BLACK'98DSM
    Why did you get 1000cc injectors? That's way too much for a N/A 420a. You could've made passed with 500cc with that mods list.

    Also fyi, there is no such thing as ECMLink for the 420a. Megasquirt is really the only option.
    1. KYLE JORGENSEN
      1000cc injectors is what I went with, this is why @ 90% cycle on 50 psi Naturally Aspirated
      Horsepower supported @ crankshaft: 735
      Horsepower supported @ wheels: 625

      with proper connecting rods, pistons, and tuning Its reachable

      Ecmlink is available to the 420a if you option for socketing on 2G dsm which i did but I had to send my current ECU in but that was awhile ago I don't know if its still offered its easier to just buy the ECU already to go
      KYLE JORGENSEN, Apr 2, 2020
    2. KYLE JORGENSEN
      I'm now building on the 1995 GSX I just bought for $1000
      KYLE JORGENSEN, Apr 2, 2020
  2. KYLE JORGENSEN
    everything done to this car was by my hand no machinist help & no mechanics help
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