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FS: 1991 Galant VR-4: 476/2000 No Rust 98,918-Springfield, MO-$9000 obo or trade


Well-known member
Aug 20, 2006
1991 Mitsubishi Galant VR4 Turbo AWD 5spd with 98,918 miles original miles CARFAX certified

Hi guys, the day has finally come when I have to put my love for sale. I'm just not interested in cars anymore at this stage of my life. Maybe someday I'll get back in it. When I bought my car, I intended to use it as my daily fast car, and it was built toward that goal. I wanted reasonable fast car with great reliability. I pretty much replaced the whole car with newer parts. So here is the mod list:

Wiseco 9:1 .20 over pistons
Eagle Rods
Block bored .20 over w/ balanced crank
ACL Rod Bearings and Crank Bearings
Mill, resurface the head
Ferrea valve stem seals
ARP Main studs
ARP Head studs
New OEM water pump
New OEM Oil pump
New Timing Belt, Timing belt components
OEM Balance shaft remove kit
HKS I/E 272 Camshafts
Cometic Metal Head Gasket

Rebuilt N/A Throttle Body
JMF Sheet Metal Intake Manifold
Blitz BOV
Intercooler 2.5 inch custom piping (shortest with least amount of bends)
ECMLink Speed Density setup (GM 4 bar MAP, IAT)
ECMLink MAP cable
2g intercooler
New Non-Crusie Throttle Cable
Forced Performance 4 inch intake
AEM Dry air filter

DEI Heat wrap
DNP Turbo Header
Punishment Racing recirculated O2 housing
Tial 38mm wastegate
Holset 6 blade HX40 billet wheel
BEP hx40 turbine housing
-4an feed line with restrictor
Custom Cummins drain line
3 inch turbo back exhaust

STM -6 AN Fuel system with Russell pushlock hoses (E85 safe)
Aeromotive FPR
Supra fuel pump
Fuel pump rewire kit
Precision 1600CC injector
FIC 1600cc injector seals and insulator

ECMLink v3
AEM Wideband
OEM Mitsu Starter
New OEM Alternator
New accssory belts
Hahn Racecraft boost gauge
Odyssey PC680 Battery

Perma Cool reversible slim fan
Civic Radiator
New radiator hoses
90 DSM Oil Housing
Setrab external Oil cooler with -AN lines

Shep Trans Stage 1 with double synchro 2nd gear
1g dsm short shifter
Goodridge Stainless clutch line
Rebuilt driveshaft, new u-joints, new OEM carrier bearing
Centerforce Clutch
Centerforce Release bearing
Fidanza flywheel
4 bolt rear axles
4 bolt rear differential
Wheel bearings and seals

Suspension and Brakes:
Stainless Steel Brake Lines (Front and Rear)
Prothane motor mount inserts
OEM right side parking cable
KYB AGX shocks and struts
Eibach Pro-kit Springs
Powerslot cross drilled and slotted rotors and ceramic pads

Saikou Michi dual catch can
Forge manual boost Controller
Momo Steering wheel
Battery relocation to the rear
AC, AWS, cruise removed
Trunk gutted

when the car was running with Bulleye turbo and GM MAF, rims are sold so comes with stock rims








Current engine state

The exterior can use a good paint, clear coat is faded on the roof, hood, trunk and wing. The black trim is also faded. The body has no rust with 97k miles. The normal dings and dents you would expect from a 20-year-old car. The interior is in good condition, leather seats are not torn and sunroof doesn't leak. It comes with original key fob, dash badge, Mitsu manual. After the engine and everything else is upgraded, the car was tuned with Bulleye 60 trim turbo and GM 3in MAF with Translator. It was running great so I took it to the track. I broke the rear axle and ran a 18 sec pass on the 1st run. Upgraded to 4 bolt rear and change to speed density and e85 so the car needs a new tune currently. It still runs and drives, but it won't idle so I don't recommend driving it home, maybe just drive onto a trailer. It currently passed 35 psi boost leak test, which was what I was gonna run. It doesn't take much to get it done, but I just lost interest finishing it so my loss is your gain. I probably put twice as money in parts along than the price I'm asking for. I would hate to part it out, but if I don't get a decent offer I might think about that. The buyer will also get all AC components, stock radiator parts, trunk parts, and other leftover I have on my for sale thread except EVO 3 turbo. I will continue working on get it tuned.
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Well-known member
Apr 23, 2004
You should really paint the door trim (black), as that would make a huge difference; can't stand seeing those not painted, but more importantly when they are for sale...easy to do, but just don't do a slop job.
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Hi I'm out of Kansas City. Would you possible be interested in trading for a 96 Mustang Convertible?


Well-known member
Apr 19, 2004
East Sussex, U.K.
I've removed a number of posts from this thread. The OP is free to ask what he wants for his car. No-one is obligated to buy it anymore than the OP is obligated to offer it for less. If you wish to make an alternative offer, do it by PM.
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