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FS: 1996 Eclipse Spyder AWD, Shawano, WI $5600.00

4wheelsqueal

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1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder All-Wheel Drive

*Motor
-rebuilt 6-bolt block, bored .20 over, King bearings and rings
-1990 Dsm big rods, 2g turbo pistons
-polished 6-bolt crank
-ARP rod studs and head bolts
-rebuilt 2g head, decked(minimum amount to be flat), new valve stem seals, cam shaft seals (both valve stem and cam shaft seals are OEM Mitsubishi), reground valves, 3g lifters
-Mitsubishi MLS headgasket
-new Mitsubishi water pump
-all gaskets in and on the motor, all idlers, tensioners, balance shaft delete kit are all OEM Mitsubishi (have receipt for parts from Mitsubishi)
-HKS timing belt (3,000 miles on belt)
-RC 550cc injectors
-FP exhaust manifold
-lightly ported 2g intake manifold
- brand new K & N 2g eclipse air filter
-Evo III 16g turbo (no shaft play, low miles)
-stainless steel oil feed line from oil filter housing for turbo with inline oil filter
-black Turbosmart Manual boost controller
-hard upper intercooler pipe with 1g DSM blow-off valve, including a real Greddy type S blow-off valve
-stock 2g cams
-Black-lid 1g cam angle sensor
-all new accessory belts, fluids, NGK spark plugs and NGK spark plug wires
-new starter
-new rear O2 sensor
-Brad Penn 10w30 motor oil
-factory side-mount intercooler

*Body
-1996 Eclipse Spyder (was an auto, single-overhead cam, 2.4)
-complete 1997-99 body conversion(headlights, front and rear bumper covers, side and door skirts and dog-legs, back-up lights)
- Perfectly working top with new control top arm on drivers side (last OEM control top arm for spyders in US)

*Driveline
-1996 All-Wheel Drive transmission, 1996 All-Wheel Drive Transfer case (shifts perfect, no grinds at all)
-1997 rear end with factory LSD (non-abs)
-Royal purple 75w90 in transmission ,Redline shockproof fluid in transfer case
-new front driver’s side hub
-B&M short-throw shifter (now discontinued)
-ACT 2100lb clutch disc, Exedy stage 1 pressure plate, new OEM Mitsubishi throw-out bearing(throw-out bearing is noisy, will included a new ACT throw-out bearing at no cost)
-new slave cylinder and clutch dampener (cylinder on transmission on 2g AWD’s, one of the last available from Mitsubishi)
-all new front brakes {2-piston front calipers, rotors, and pads}
-e-brake works but needs brackets to attach to rear trailing arms

*Suspension
-KYB GR-2 struts and shocks, factory springs front and rear.
-Ingalls camber correctors in front and rear
-new Energy Suspension Bushings in rear A arms
-new front sway bar end links
*Interior
-has black dash, black convertible leather front seats, black rear speaker panels and seat belts( very rare), black upper leather rear seat(very rare), tan lower panels and lower rear seat(will include tan upper rear seat), tan rear speaker covers(have only drivers side rear speaker cover in black, will include)
-black convertible top (has small cut in rear of the top)
-black convertible top cover (rare)

*Electronics
-full Infinity interior speakers
-SAFC Neo (new)
-1997 ecu (plastic cover, can burn tunes into the ecu with correct software)

*The Bad
-small cut in top by rear window
-clutch pedal is sticky, doesn’t come up after shifting as fast as it should. Not sure why.
-Has rust holes in the truck. Easily fixable.
-cracked windshield
-Has all-wheel drive tan carpet (doesn’t fit quite right by the rear seat) and missing the interior panel that is by the fuse panel.
-Lifters alittle noisy on start-up
-Noisy throw-out bearing (was told it is a common problem, but will include a new ACT throw-out bearing)
-Passenger-side front axle seal on transmission starting to leak. Was replaced before installing but the car sat in storage all winter, not moving and seal has just started to leak. May go away on its own.
- slight dent on passenger side between door and rear wheel. Just new trim clips for ground effects to completely cover
-throwing a evap code, am working to try and get rid of it.


**Price - $5,600.00 (with factory chrome rims), other rims available, read lower post for more info. call or text at 715-851-2778

Pulled the Spyder shell out of a salvage yard a 6 years ago. Rebuild completely last winter. Completely stripped the shell, POR 15’d the floors and trunk, inside and out. Converted to all-wheel drive with all parts from a 1995 Talon TSI(brackets, bolts, hangers, gas tank, etc) all welded into factory locations, has LSD rear end from a 1997 Eclipse GSX. Has GS-T interior wiring, GSX engine wiring. All power options work except A/C (doesn’t have the compressor or condensor installed). Top works perfectly, transmission shifts very smooth no grinds at all. Not sure why the clutch pedal is sticky, maybe just needs to be driven. Motor has a little over 1,000 miles on the rebuild. Block was rebuilt by CJ Morrison of H.I.D tuning, head was rebuilt by Marty King of Mouse Motors. Dyno’d by Luke Stubbs at Beyond Redline in Green Bay, WI at 16.22 psi. Made 228.38 wheel horsepower and 231.44 wheel torque at the psi. With a front mount intercooler, the car could be retuned and boost could easily be turned up, the motor is built to take more.

Reason for selling is that we don’t use the car, have an Evo and a 1997 GSX and the Spyder just sits. Pretty firm on $5,600.00. Have over $6,000.00 just in parts stuck into the car before the labor and time. Clear title but title says it’s an 1996 RS model. No trades!!. DOES NOT COME WITH THE BLACK 5-SPOKE RIMS OR THE ENKIE RIMS IN THE PICTURES!!! If you are interested in either set of those rims, contact me for a price. Car will come with a set of factory chrome 5-spoke rims. Painted black primer, not black spray paint! Scuff and paint it whatever color you want.

***More Picture are at the following link:http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/


 
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