Saturday, May 26, 2007

Para Los Eclipse Turbo De 2g

wepa mi gente

Tu que tienes un eclipse o talon turbo FWD o AWD , dinos las modificaciones que tienes, los inventos que tienes, cuantos caballos de fuerza le has sacado a tu carro y como, cuanto haces en el 1/4 de milla?

si sabes setiar bien estos carros escribenos tu telefono o como conseguirte

ahi que hacer un corillo pa ir a la pista y quedarnos con el canto.

comparte lo que sabes con todos aqui.

:bow: ECLIPSE :bow:

Yo tengo un Eclipse 95' GS-T. En verdad lo unico que le he hecho es tuberia desde el bajante 2 1/2 con pipa, regulador de galleta 4a1 y nada mas. Nunca lo he llevado al Dyno pero en la pista estoy en los 14.9 a 92MPH y estoy esclochaito. Espero que con un buen cloche baje un poco menos ??? . Gracias :tego:

:bow: DSM :bow:

A typical Stage 1 setup will raise your DSM's power output to about 300hp at the crank. That can equal mid 13's or possibly high 12 second 1/4 mile times on the track with practice. Keep in mind that not everyone will achieve the same results. The condition of the car will have a huge impact on your results.

Free Mods (or inexpensive)
Intercooler Air Flow Improvements
You can access the intercooler from the passenger side wheel well. You'll notice vents in the splash shield for the intercooler. There's two things that can be done - make the vents larger, or simply cut out a square and bolt up some screen material to allow more air to pass through. It would be a good idea to clean out the intercooler at this point also.

Stage 1 Parts List

Step 1:
Intake Pipe and Filter
A performance intake filter will help throttle response and help all future mods achieve maximum performance.

Step 2:
Aftermarket Boost Gauge
The stock boost gauge is simply inaccurate. To avoid severe engine damage when increasing boost levels, an aftermarket unit is mandatory.

Step 3:
Blow Off Valve
The stock 2G BOV can't hold high boost levels. In order to avoid leaks when turning up the boost, it's necessary to replace the factory BOV with either a stock 1G unit or an aftermarket unit. To avoid possible problems with idle, a BOV that recirculates back into the intake is recommended.

Step 4:
Boost Controller
In order to raise boost levels, you'll need a boost controller. Whether it be a manual or electronic unit will depend on your budget.

Step 5:
Cat-back Exhaust System
A 3 inch, high flow exhaust system will help generate more power.

Step 6:
High Flow Cat/Straight Pipe
Replace the factory catalytic converter with a larger, higher flowing unit. For off road use, simply bolt up a straight pipe in it's place - of course, this is obviously not street legal. A 2.5 inch unit will be sufficient for a Stage 1 setup, but a 3 inch version will be needed if future plans include a Stage 2 setup.

Step 7:
High Flow Downpipe
The factory downpipe is very restrictive and should be replaced with a larger, better flowing unit. For Stage 1, a 2.5 inch downpipe will do. If future plans involve a Stage 2 setup, consider a 3 inch downpipe.

Step 8:
Exhaust Manifold
The exhaust manifold can be ported, or can be replaced with a tubular style header that flows better.

Step 9:
O2 Sensor Housing
The downpipe bolts up to a 90 degree elbow called the O2 Sensor Housing. This is the last restriction in the exhaust system. The stock unit can be ported out, or you can simply buy a better flowing unit.

Step 10:
Fuel Pump
The stock fuel pump will not be able to supply the needed fuel for long - especially if the boost level is raised. A high flow unit will be needed. It's also a good idea to re-wire the fuel pump for better fuel pressure.

Step 11:
Intercooler Piping
The rubber intercooler piping should be replaced with better flowing solid pipes. Some replacements will come with a larger throttle body elbow (which is needed also). The turbo outlet elbow should be swapped out for a larger unit as well. Please note that if a Stage 2 setup is in the plans, this upgrade may not be necessary as the intercooler piping will likely be routed differently.

Step 12:
Turbo Upgrade
The smaller stock 2G turbo (the T25) is running at it's max. In order to gain more power, a larger turbo is necessary. You'll need a T28 or 16G turbo in order to achieve the 300hp goal. A Mitsubishi 20G, a Mitsu-Garrett hybrid, or a full Garrett setup will produce even more power. However, these options are overkill for the 300hp goal.

Step 13:
Performance Clutch
With more power on tap, the stock clutch probably won't last that long. It will start to slip, especially in the higher gears. This means it's time for a high performance clutch.
:lol: Deberia darme bochorno, pero aqui va.

Mits. Eclipse GS-T 1997

Mods: Filtro Arospeed, Dejon Intake, T3/T4 @18psi, Spearco Core FMIC, Apexi 3" N1 Downpipe & Cat-Back, RC Engineering 550cc, Aeromotovie FPR, Walbro 255 hp fuel pump, Apexi S-AFC & AVC-R, BF Goodrich Drag Radials, ACT 2600 pressure plate w/street clutch, Autometer A/F boost & EGT gauges, OBD-II Pocketlogger.

Mejor tiempo: 13.840@103mph pump gas
Mejor millaje: 13.880@105mph C-16
Caballaje: ??

tienes mas o menos lo mismo q yo, creo que deberias estar en 13 bajitos talvez sea seteo.


done mods:

eibach coilovers
koni adjustable shocks
18" niche wheels
dunlop 9900series tires


4" pipe
3" testube back
3" downpipe
stock manifold

k&n filter kt
eclipse 92 manifold

walbro 255lph pump
holley 550cc injectors
aeromotive 1:1 FPR
apex S-AFC

msd ignition wires
ngk sparkplugs

turbo kit:
mitsu 20g turbo
deltagate ext. wastegate
super big frontmount IC
custom 2 1/2 IC pipes
hks sequential blowoff
manual boost controler

eagle rods
full floating pistons
stock pistons
balanceshaft eliminator kit
1g head
fidanza sprokets

EGR blockoff plate
canister eliminated
blowoff to the atmosphere
battery relocated

EGT autometer
vacuum/boost autometer
rich/lean autogage
oil pressure autogage
volmeter ampro
watertemp ampro

custom carbon fiber dash kit
custom shift lever
bucket adjustable racing seats
indash manual boost control

blitz front bumper
supra side skirts
custom rear bumper lips
halo angel projectors
carbonfiber hood
solo wiper mod
carbonfiber tail lamps

no se cuanto hace en la pista pero espero que 13 bajitos a goma de calle y en los 12 bajitos a goma lisa.

done mods:

17" ArosSpeed RS-GS wheels


2" pipe
stock manifold

k&n filter kt

apex S-AFC


turbo kit:


Indigloo gauge

97-99 side skirts
carbonfiber tail lamps
Eclipse Spyder Gst 99

D Nunka lo e llevado a una pista ni se cuanto caballe tiene

me imagino que 210 pq esta stock

algun dia lo llevare :dev:
Gente e leído muchas modificaciones buenas aquí, pero no e visto en ellas a menos que lo hallan obviado, los puntos del motor solidos. Yo tendo un Eclipse FWD Turbo y creanme que hace la diferencia los puntos solidos, recuerden que al ser Fwd con mucho hp raspan goma bastante y dificil a veces de controlar(con practica se mejora), con los puntos solidos el carro agarra mejor y tira para adelante mas fuerte pues tiene mas pegada. con esto el motor no gira tanto estando mas quieto evitando el wheel hopping, ademas que los cambios cuando los tiras entran mas facil.(se siente un poco de mas vibracion en el carro pero vale la pena). D