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95 GSX Off-Roader

Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX
  • Ownership Status:
    Currently Own
    Turbo Type:
    Transmission Type:
    Build Type:
    • Rally
    FP 68HTA
    DNP manifold
    Megan Turbo-Back Exhaust
    Injen Intake
    Prothane Engine Mounts
    JM Fab -10AN Fuel Rail
    6 bolt with 2G head
    Wiesco 9.0:1 pistons
    Eagle H-beam rods
    Balance shaft delete

    Cyl head list still being built...
    HKS Cam Gears
    HKS Timing Belt
    S90 74mm Throttle Body
    Mods-EMS & Logging:
    Coming soon...
    Coming soon...
    Coming soon...
    Parts Wishlist:
    Too Many...

    Coming soon-ish:
    Fuel Upgrades
    Intake Upgrades
    Suspension Bushings

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  1. AMSOIL Dlr #352885
    By the first picture, Does that mean it is a "Barn Find"?
    I see uncut grass around it also.
    What are you going to use for fasteners on your under armor?
    I am wanting to go Tool less for quick on-off.
    I like the Two tone Paint theme.
    Makes car look like it has an area for the Car ID specific like number plates on Motocross bikes.
    Plus white on black background create best contrast for numbers to be read easily!
    1. spyderdrifter
      I guess it was a bit of a "barn find" without the barn :D
      For the under armor, I will probably use bolts or screws. Something that won't rattle out of their holes while blasting down dirt roads. However, if I decide to make it "toolless" I'd use Dzus fasteners. Those are basically spring loaded twist lock hardware. Used them in the Army all the time for helicopters. The 2-tone wasn't intended, just a by-product of swapping parts between cars. Right now it is entirely Satin Black.
      spyderdrifter, Jan 10, 2021
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