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Street Build Jade - GST

Mitsubishi Eclipse GST
  • Ownership Status:
    I own it
    Turbo Type:
    Transmission Type:
    Build Type:
    • Street
    Greddy BOV, Avid Racing 75A Polyurethane mounts, AEM 320lph fuel pump, -6an fuel feed line and Fuelab filter, Fuelab afpr with -6an line to rail, Gates racing timing belt, Fluidampr harmonic balancer, ETS 7" Street instercooler w/ 4" thick core.
    Soon to be installed: Custom cutout to bolt on in place of catalytic converter, and a 3" full custom exhaust for when a large turbo upgrade comes along. CTS-V Caliper conversion
    Wiseco 9.0:1 Evo III Flat Top Pistons w/ Rings, Eagle H Beam Rods, ACL Bearings, ARP Head Studs, MLS Head Gasket, balance shaft delete
    Soon to install: Evo 8 560cc or FIC 1150cc low-z fuel injectors
    Mods-EMS & Logging:
    ECMLink V3 w/ SD available, stock MAF currently. AEM Wideband failsafe gauge, Innovate Motorsports Dual Function oil pressure/temp gauge, AEM Analog electronic boost gauge.
    ACT 2500 clutch w/ street disc
    Evo X final edition wheels with 225/40/18
    All-Season tires. New control arms and struts up front. Soon to install: Energy suspension polyurethane bushing kit
    Parts Wishlist:
    Built cylinder head, Camshafts, Stage 2 transmission, (possibly) gsx conversion, tubular exhaust manifold, Greddy type RS bov, Mishimoto or Koyo Radiator, Turbo for 350-400 hp range and later on 450-500 hp.
    Bought in June 2014, always wanted an Eclipse and went from an auto 420a 2g (2013-14) to this 5 speed GST, I'm not looking for a straight race car but I want a nice fun to drive daily that can turn some heads.

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  1. JeffGS-T97
    Yes, closed dif is a term a adopted from some of the older guys i work with, unless your used to it, it hits the ear weird. Hear something 3 or 400 times and your bound to start calling it that. But yes that was my question was open dif or LSD. I see you don't, sorry for the confusion. Wise choice to take the maintenance route first, so many people don't.
  2. EJ'sEclipse
    So I’m waiting to order an all OEM timing belt kit. Then it should be able to start right up. Afterward, I will be flushing all fluids to refresh the performance of the brakes, engine and cooling system.
  3. JeffGS-T97
    The car looks great btw! Being a GST owner myself i was wondering if you have done a closed differential as i didn't see it in your mod list. I did one and its a completely different experience, corner acceleration and straight line acceleration. It took alot of wheel spin away at a dig.
    1. EJ'sEclipse
      Do you mean limited slip? I haven’t done that yet, my transmission may be next on the list. She has sat for quite a while now, so I’m taking care of all maintenance to get back to like new condition.
      EJ'sEclipse, Jun 22, 2020
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