MY 1999 Eclipes GS-T ( what do yall Think)

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by ?WhyME?, Jan 9, 2003.

  1. ?WhyME?

    ?WhyME? I WATCHED MY DREAMS DIE…

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    MOD's
    Apex FrountMount Intercooler
    Apex 3inch Down Pipe
    Apex 3inch N1 Catback
    Greddy Upper Intercooler pipe with Type S BOV
    InJen Turbo Intake
    RC 550 Injectors
    VR4 Fuel Pump
    14b turbo ( hoping to go to a t3to4e Turbo in a few months)
    ACT 2100 Clucth
    Apex SAFC & AVC-R
    Apec EL Boost Meter & EGT
    Pivot Turbo Timer

    One of the whole car....

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    One of the gauges ( took out middle ac vent for them)

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    one of the glove box ( keep both AFC and AVCR and turbo timer)

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  2. TQ

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    nice and clean mang. :cool:
     
  3. fusion210

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    RICEFEST!

    Yep, j/k.

    Sounds fast. Have you ever taken it drag racing at a 1/4 mile track?

    The gauges look nice in the spot for the vents. :)
     
  4. ?WhyME?

    ?WhyME? I WATCHED MY DREAMS DIE…

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    thanks people....car has never been to the track due to my job take up most of my time =) but i need to get out there soon tho:bigthumb:
     
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    DA King ALT + S Ownage King

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    :bigthumb:

    Ive never seen a center vent guage mount I liked, but I like yours with the buttons in the middles, looks real good.

    You need some rims!! I got two sets for sale if your interested also. www.pbase.com/str8ballin
     
  7. Red97GST

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    How have you liked your 14b? I'm thinking of getting one instead of a 16g or t28 since they're dirt cheap and flow fairly well, and I can always upgrade to a 16g,20g,frank or something else later.

    What suspension are u running?
     
  8. ?WhyME?

    ?WhyME? I WATCHED MY DREAMS DIE…

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    man i like the 14b but to tell you the truth,if you can get a 16g or big 16g or 18g go for it!!! 14B is ok but i rather go with those turbos before i go with a 14b, im now running a 18g and its ALOT BETTER MY FRIEND
     
  9. Red97GST

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    yeah i mean they are all obviously superior. i was going to get a 14b for cost reasons. $100-200 used vs $400-600 used for a 16g

    plus j-pipe, lines, etc so I'm trying to go on a budget
     
  10. aw4g63

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    Nice ride man. Looks nice & clean. And to let ya know- A 14b is great for buget reasons. :big grin: thats my next step.
     
  11. 98TsiAWD

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    Have you seen the Big T28 Killer from www.turbochargers.com?
    Its basically a T25 housing, big 16g wheel. So really just a direct bolt on big16g for the 2g's.:naughty:
     
  12. pharcyde183

    pharcyde183 Nissan by nature

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    yeah the big T28's are nice for cost and install reasons. Still, they are like 700-950 new, and like 400-600 used. A 14b can be found for $100-200 and install kit for like $150-200 so its a bit cheaper most of the time,and then i'd be all set for another mitsu turbo in the future.

    i might end up with a used big t28 if the price is right though...
     
  14. ?WhyME?

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    t28 killer is good stuff, tommy from Turbo Charger , talked to me about it, thinking about running it
     
  15. Mudd

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    I wouldn't even bother. I'm not a big fan of the T25 housing to begin with, and a 2g install kit for a 14b or 16g is pretty cheap (and easy to make, if you know how). I'd go with a AGP SS44 or something along those lines and be done with it. Good luck with traction.
     

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