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Street Build 1999 Eclipse GSX

Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX
  • Ownership Status:
    I own it
    Turbo Type:
    Transmission Type:
    Build Type:
    • Street
    Injen intake
    tial qr bov
    fp exhaust manifold
    3in straight to apexi dunk muffler
    Unorthodox racing pulley(s)
    Greddy fmic w/ hard piping
    b&m short shifter
    Mishimoto Radiator and fan shroud
    6 bolt swap
    Mods-EMS & Logging:
    Black box, but I have dsmlink v3 that I need to set up
    Glowshift boost gauge
    AEM wideband (need to install)
    Glowshift oil pressure (need to install)
    Ground control coilovers
    Evo x final edition wheels
    Drilled/slotted rotors
    Parts Wishlist:
    Mishimoto M line intercooler
    Short route piping
    Aeromotive fpr
    walbro 255 fuel pump
    800cc/1000cc injectors
    FP red/fp green/hx35
    I bought this car for $996.69 at a local junkyard my senior year of high school. At the time (and to this day) wanted an evo 8 or 9, but I decided to look at this car knowing it was a 4g63t powered, all wheel drive car. The car initially came without a key, upper intercooler piping, or bov. The 6 bolt swap, greddy fmic, and pretty much everything else besides the injen intake were already on the car. It was pretty interesting going working on a car without having any sort of experience prior, and it took a few months to get it to start. Once it was running, I learned to drive manual in it and have driven it ever since. This car will forever be in my possession, no matter what. I plan on making this a daily street car pushing as close to 450-500whp as I can get. I plan on building a 2g head to run with e85, but college is expensive. I have a lot of parts collected that still need to be installed such as dsmlink v3, carbonetics abv2 hood, various gauges, aem adjustable cam gears, hks 272's, stainless 3in o2 housing...and the list goes on

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