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1995 Eagle Talon N/T Vehicle Profile & Build Thread

95TalonOwner's Talon N/T (w/turbo)

Specs & Mods

Ownership Status
Currently Own
Eagle Talon N/T
Transmission Type
Build Type
  1. Street
Modern Performance 60mm billet throttle body
MSD coil pack
Accel 660cc injectors
Aeromotive 1:1 FPR
Modified Hahn Racecraft exhaust manifold
Hahn Super 25g turbo with internal wastegate welded shut
Tial 44mm MV-R wastegate
Tial 50mm BOV
Rawsomotion custom intercooler piping
Ebay intercooler
Hahn Racecraft eliminator downpipe
Thermal R&D 3” stainless exhaust
Wiseco 8.5:1 .060 overbore pistons
Total Seal piston rings
Eagle rods
Howell Automotive stroker crankshaft
ACL main and rod bearings
Cometic MLS head gasket
Port and polished cylinder head
Ferrea stainless valves
Crower valve springs and titanium retainers
Crower stage 3 cams
AEM adjustable cam gears
Gates racing timing belt
Port matched exhaust and intake manifold
Mods-EMS & Logging
MegaSquirt v2.2
J&S Safeguard knock control
AEM uego wideband
Custom engine harness with full wire tuck and fusebox relocation
Stock rebuilt trans
3.55 Neon gearset
Southbend stage 3 clutch kit
Stainless clutch line
Quaife differential
Equal length driveshaft mod
KYB adjustable front and rear struts
Eibach sport springs
TSi AWD dual piston front brake upgrade
Stainless braided brake hoses
RS Limited eBay rims
General Exclaim UHP tires
I purchased the car in May of 2004 and it was 100% stock. I originally purchased a Hahn Racecraft stage I turbo kit in 2007 and ran that for a few years on the stock motor. Eventually I cracked a ringland on the factory pistons and the car sat for a few years. I purchased a 2.2L stroker kit from Howell Automotive in 2009. After being jerked around with for OVER A YEAR, I finally received the parts for my block. The block was assembled and the car was put back together and ran great. In 2011 I purchased MegaSquirt for engine management and wired it in. Through trial and error I got the car running on MegaSquirt and got it running pretty well, at least that’s what I thought. I was doing some test runs a few months after the install and things went south and I ended up melting two pistons due to detonation. Oh well, you live and you learn right? After that, the car sat for another year before I decided to rip it apart again. In the winter of 2012/2013 I decided to finally do everything I’ve wanted to do to the car for the past few years. The common 2g DSM strut tower rust problem was getting out of hand on my car as there was a hole through the passenger side tower and a small hole starting on the driver’s side tower. I finally decided to address this issue and got them repaired at JC Kustums as well as the entire engine bay repainted and some other holes welded up that were no longer needed. This turned into ripping out the entire engine harness and making one from scratching after the rebuilt engine was put back in. I also decided to relocate the fuse box at this time as well. All in all, I was very happy with the way it turned out. I also had the hood, fenders, and front bumper repainted by Brent at Meticulous Auto Body in the spring of 2013. The rest of the body and paint is all original from when I purchased the car in 2004.


1/4 Mile E/T
1/4 Mile MPH
1/8 Mile E/T
1/8 Mile MPH
60' Time
Dyno HP
000.0 whp
Dyno TQ
000.0 lb/ft
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