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Autocross Build 98 Talon AWD Street Modified

Year:
1998
Model/Trim:
Eagle Talon TSi AWD
  • Ownership Status:
    I own it
    Turbo Type:
    16g
    Drivetrain:
    AWD
    Transmission Type:
    Manual
    Build Type:
    • Autocross
    Mods-Bolt-on:
    FP Intake & K&N Filter
    Injector Dynamics 1000cc Injectors
    Walbro 255 fuel pump
    Evo III Intake Manifold & Fuel Rail
    63mm Uber Seal/Max Shaft Throttlebodys.com
    Custom 2.5" custom Intercooler piping
    ETS 7"x3.5" Street Kit Intercooler Black Anodized
    IR Aro Boost control solinoid
    Tial Q 50mm BOV
    FP 68HTA Turbo, Ported Exhaust, External Wastegate, 7cm housing
    FP Race Manifold (Jet-Hot coated)
    TPP Manifold Blanket
    Evo III O2 Housing
    Custom down pipe & Coastfab 4.5" x 17" Racing Muffler
    Custom Catchcan
    AEM 2.5 bar map sensor
    AEM IAT Sensor
    3qt Accusump with EPC Valve
    RRE front and rear strut bars
    Antigravity AG-801 Battery (1.5 lbs)
    Koyo N-Flo Radiator
    12" Slimline High flow fans
    Ohm Racing Hoses
    Fuelab Fuel Pressure Regulator
    Fuelab Fuel Filter
    Cruise Control Delete
    A/C Delete
    Emissions Delete
    Seibon Vented Carbon Fiber Hood with Aerocatch Latches
    Aftermarket Headlights, custom tinted
    Paint Code matched Tinted Tail Lights and Front Corner Markers
    Mods-Engine:
    1999 Split thrust bearing block
    Map Ultimate duty H11 head studs
    Avid 75A motor mounts
    Mods-EMS & Logging:
    DSMLink V3
    AEM Boost Gauge 30-4406
    AEM Air/Fuel Gauge 30-4100
    AEM Oil Pressure Gauge 30-4401
    AEM Fuel Pressure Gauge 30-4401
    AEM Water Temp Gauge 30-4402
    Mods-Drivetrain:
    Jacks Stage 5 Transmission
    Torque Solutions shift cable bushings
    Quartermaster Twin Disc Clutch & 7lb flywheel
    Competition Clutch Fork
    Quaife Front Diff
    4 Spider Center Diff
    Boostin 3M Transfer Case
    DSS Carbon Fiber Driveshaft
    Aluminum Carrier Bushings
    Boston Hatcher Rear Diff Mounting kit
    TRE Evo 4-6 JDM Rear Diff with Max-Lock, HD Side Cover & Frontline Fab Back Cover
    Evo 3 rear cups
    Front and Rear Aluminum Subframe Bushings
    ARP Wheel Studs
    Mods-Handling:
    Penske Triple Adjustable Remote Reservoir Coilovers (Borrowed, thanks Charles, Fedja)
    Cut and welded front upper control arms with offset bushings (Borrowed, thanks Charles)
    Volk Metal Craft Front Lower Control Arms
    ec17pse Rear Upper Control Arms
    ec17pse Rear Lower Trailing Arms
    ec17pse Rear Lower Control Arms
    Enkei RPF1 18x10.5 (thanks Charles)
    Hoosier A6 & BFG R1
    Parts Wishlist:
    The group buy Carbonetics Carbon Fiber Sunroof plug I paid for
    Background:
    Autocross car since 1998, over 280 events.
    1998-2009 G Stock, D Stock
    2010-2011 E Street Prepared
    2016- Street Modified
  • Dyno HP:
    313 bhp
    Dyno TQ:
    305 lb/ft
    Dyno Type:
    Mustang Dyno

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  1. Geeb
    Ouch on that last pic bro. Livin the stock trans life? Or what?
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    2. Geeb
      Supposed to be buying one, not supposed to be built by them LOL
      Geeb, Mar 7, 2017
    3. ileagleracing
      Stage 5, whatever that means, should be good enough for my modest HP goals. Bought it "used" from a guy on DSM tuners, it had never been installed.
      ileagleracing, Mar 7, 2017
    4. Geeb
      Lol Jack's specifically does not go by "stages" in his builds. Make sure u get what your paying for. Check out his website he says it on the main page I think..
      Geeb, Mar 10, 2017
  2. mountain_man
    How's ur Accusump working out? Are you also using a larger or baffled oil pan?
    1. ileagleracing
      I’m running the factory oil pan. The same accusump setup was fine on my buddy’s car, so I am assuming I didn’t prime it correctly, and air got in the piston, which is why I just spun bearings. It did last a few autocrosses on race tires.
      ileagleracing, Oct 3, 2016
  3. Dhan
    Can't believe they let you race without a hood.
    1. ileagleracing
      It's autocross, not "real" racing. Just installed a carbon fiber hood and I couldn't get it to fully latch after a few runs. Rather than risk loosing the hood or stop running, I just pulled the hood off.
      ileagleracing, Sep 27, 2016
  4. ileagleracing
    Old School photo, one of my last events in D Stock, sponsored by Body-Roll & Tripod.
    Looking forward to getting the car back with a real suspension and 2X the HP.
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