I can attest to the quality of these parts as I use them in my two Conquests as well as my two son's Conquests. Even if they are cracked they may still not leak. Most have been relegated to the smelter. I had an old girlfriend that had a new 3000Gt, absolutely lovely design. . That was an easy fix.
The car had its original 95. The Conquest had advanced electronics, including thermostatic climate control and an electronically controlled transmission. I don't think there is car that epitomizes the 80's more than a Starion Turbo. Tons of cars have the tank right there. Automotive history is a bit like a glossy coffee table art book. What would happen if I used 2 green secondaries, or even one from an 86 as primary and the standard green secondary? It had an electronically tuned stereo option with a graphic equalizer, cassette, six speakers, and digital controls. The warranty was three years or 50,000 miles.
There are still a couple guidelines you need to follow when shopping. I know I read it somewhere I just can't find it. The entire chassis was derived from the previous high-performance variant of the or sports coupe, with a suspension and sway bars that were fitted to the front and rear. Earlier cars cut out at 10 psi. The greats are given full-page spreads and dazzling historical accounts, while everything else gets a footnote mention, or perhaps none at all. © 2014 Engine Machine Service, Inc.
The drag coefficient cD was a fine 0. The boost pressure blowing into the intake manifold demands high atomization to get an even fuel mix. These early cars have 145 hp 108 kW. Mass air-flow sensors are also known to go bad. I was home from college at Christmas, the year was 1989, and I was looking for a car to take back to school from Seattle to Tucson. Getting the engine with transmission and transfer case installed was a bear of a job, but man was that thing fast! Quattroruote: Tutte le Auto del Mondo 1985 in Italian. So I asked my cousin if I could borrow his for a couple of weeks and managed to score points in it on the frozen michigan lakes.
Daniel I have a B. Although I do know of one starion that has a Lexus V eight hint hint I have yet to see a swapped StarQuest that kept it in the family. Later upgrades to the model included an intercooler, five-lug wheels replacing the four-bolt wheels it had shared with the rear wheel drive , rear power train changes from four- to six-bolt axles, various fuel management upgrades and upgrades to the transmission. I was fully prepared to do the 4g63 swap with a standalone computer running the show. After crunching the numbers and considering the value of the car, I decided to sell it.
It had a boost leak after the turbo which would cause it to sputter under acceleration… plus some other issues like a leaky power steering pump. Shipping calculations are based on the dollar amount of the sale as per Paypal's rules. You can enter your zip code at checkout to see the total. The Starion was converted to all wheel drive by adding a strengthened from a Pajero behind the transmission. Manufactured in two body configurations; a and , the narrower style complied with taxing larger vehicles and engine displacement exceeding 2000cc. The Conquest was neither new nor a Chrysler or Plymouth ; it was a modified Mitsubishi Starion two-door, four-seat hatchback. Cable-operated remote liftgate and gas-cap releases were standard.
My Conquest topped over 140mph and 0-60 should be in the low 7's. So I guess, thank you dad, may you rest in peace. Or a few people who kept driving with the oil pressure light on because their secondary timing chain failed and engine 'ran fine' so they drove until it seized up. Please note that many of these engine parts will work in the non-turbo applications such as the Raider and Montero vehicles. I only use stock injectors then again I have a few hundred of them to pick from.
After a fillup, the first accelleration produces a stream of gas onto the street. The package can be retro fitted to earlier pre-widebody cars. The problem with the Pinto was not the tanks location, but the filler neck and the tank came together when impacted causing a spark. Either way I love that 80s boxiness. This is a decked out mitsubishi starion sold under the chrysler name. And if your concerns are more about having fun than a return on your investment, these are quite fun to drive with lots of tuning options.
If I were going to modify it, I would find a 4G63 with a B16G turbo to swap into it! Stay far away from any car with electrical problems. I thought they were 580 and 1080. Two injector systems, primary idle injector and secondary boost injector non-sequential firing '83-'86 and sequential firing '87-'89. A five-speed manual transmission was standard. It won't work, you will be running pig rich. I believe in 85 or 86 they had intercooled flatties. There are some shipping costs with flat rate fees also.
Fat, 16-inch wheels—7s up front and 8s in the back—filled those flares. Alas, I ended up with a wife who had a poor track record with white cars. They actually did, well at least the cost of an engine and transmission. My options were a 1986 S-10 Blazer or a 1987 Starion. Endurance Championships three of those four years, competing against the fully Wolin's team was only partially sponsored by Mitsubishi efforts from , , and.