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    KeeleDesign: 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX

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    KeeleDesign

    Number of posts : 47
    Points : 67
    Registration date : 2009-04-04

    KeeleDesign: 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX

    Post by KeeleDesign on Sun Apr 05, 2009 7:12 am

    KeeleDesign's other car.....

    1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX All Wheel Drive

    2.0 Liter Turbo

    Automatic Transmission

    Leather Interior

    Power Windows / Door Locks

    Power Seats

    Power Sunroof

    Alpine Stereo with Remote

    Infinity Amplifier

    Infinity Sub Woofer

    Pioneer Front and Rear Speakers

    Evo3 Turbo Charger ported and gasket matched

    DN Performance Tubular Exhaust Header ported and gasket matched, wrapped with turbular high heat wrap and sealed with a black coating

    Evo3 O2 Housing ported and gasket matched

    Ported exhaust on the head

    FIC 1000cc Fuel Injectors

    Walbro 190 lph Fuel Pump

    Injen Intake

    Greddy Blow-Off Valve

    DSM Link Engine Managment

    DSM Motorsports Fuel Pump Rewire Kit

    Hallman Boost Controller

    ETS Front Mount Intercooler

    ETS Aluminum Itercooler Piping

    Apexi N1 Exhaust

    NGK Plug Wires

    Eibach Sportline Springs wit Camber Kit

    Tokiko Shocks

    Strut Bars Front and Rear

    17x8 TSW Hock-R Wheels

    Pirelli P-Zero Tires 225/45-17

    Dual Electris Fans

    Dual A pillar gauge pod

    Autometer Pro Comp Boost Gauge

    DIY painted headlights

    ****ALL INSTALLED****

    page1. DIY headlights.









    I used Pagen gold house of color candy over the chrome lights.













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    these are the car in it's original form


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    Last edited by KeeleDesign on Sun Apr 05, 2009 7:23 am; edited 1 time in total
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    KeeleDesign

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    Registration date : 2009-04-04

    Re: KeeleDesign: 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX

    Post by KeeleDesign on Sun Apr 05, 2009 7:17 am

    ok i just got back from almsot 300 mile trip with my engine completely heat soaked, but i figured i'd give you a taste of my partially tuned car is running.. i know auto's suck.. leave those comments to yourself please.
    Also i am not manually shifting due to holding camera, also notice my 0-60, i can't wait to really get this bad boy tuned

    i am video of 0-100 mph







    well it happened... i blew my first motor. my my boost controller hose came off my wastgate on the turbo and i goosed her, unknowing that,, and she spiked up to 40 psi on the stock block,, and shot out 2 rods a piston and the balance shaft 50 feet from my car....she had so much torque it tried to break my neck, i am so glad it didn't come through the car into me.
    it sucks,, and a replacment i have found is between $1200-$1600 that hurts the pocket book.

    but.... it's not the end of the world and can be fixed..
    somehow in the whole situation, i haven't even slightly gotten mad..


    have the motor pretty much ready to pull right out now,, just waiting on new motor..

    so i decided with the down time tonight to port the evo3 exhaust on the turbo,,, 3 and 1/2 hours later i still have alot to do lol.

    i ported the evo 3 turbo prolly as much as i am going to... sorry no before pics,, and i started on the evo o2 housing as well,, i got rid of all the casting and notches and gasket matched everything. getting it as slick i i possibly felt like. lol here are some turbo cat pics,


    here are some pics from chessboxer that had a shop do it for like $600,, i think i did better, honestly,











    oh yeah i cut abouut a inch opening in the downpipe section and i notched out and ported around the wastegate so it can open a full 90 degrees, to allow better flow as well.

    what a lil more elbo grease can accomplish..

    i am carless and i was stuck at the shop last night so i took my 2g intake apart and cleaned it throughly and then painted it house of color candy blue over a corse silver.

    today i baught header wrap to help with the heat issues i was having, this is my first time to wrap, and i don't think it was a good idea to learn on such a hard header,, it took me a half a day but i think it looks good.
    I need to paint it with 2000 degree paint then it'll be finished,
    here are some pics..

    ohh the steering wheel in the back is my sisters i ordered for them for the ole accord.

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    here are some older pics i found.





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    KeeleDesign

    Number of posts : 47
    Points : 67
    Registration date : 2009-04-04

    Re: KeeleDesign: 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX

    Post by KeeleDesign on Sun Apr 05, 2009 7:24 am

    in a nutshell thats the life of my car.
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    Fujigc

    Number of posts : 30
    Points : 36
    Registration date : 2009-03-16
    Location : West Covina

    Re: KeeleDesign: 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX

    Post by Fujigc on Sun Apr 05, 2009 11:50 am

    thats to bad about the car.. but it sounds like your more of the glass is half full kind of guy... which is a good way to look at things... hey and that candy blue is a really nice color.. the headers look good too.. .does not look like the first time
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    RandyC

    Number of posts : 110
    Points : 152
    Registration date : 2009-03-16
    Location : West Co, Cali

    Re: KeeleDesign: 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX

    Post by RandyC on Sun Apr 05, 2009 12:51 pm

    Intercooler, tubor, custom headlights, painted manifold, wrapped headers ... the list can go on and on (oh, blackberry too, haha). Nice ride bro ...

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