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Fits: 90-94 Eagle Talon 1G/2G, 90-94 Mitsubishi Eclipse 1G/2G, 90-94 Plymouth Laser 1G/2G, 95-99 Eagle Talon 1G/2G, 95-99 Mitsubishi Eclipse 1G/2G


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Fits: 89-94 Eagle Talon with 4G63, 89-94 Mitsubishi Eclipse 1G/2G, 95-99 Eagle Talon with 4G63, 95-99 Mitsubishi Eclipse 1G/2G

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Fits: 95-99 Eagle Talon 4G63/4G63T, 95-99 Mitsubishi Eclipse 2G 4G63/4G63T, 95-99 Plymouth Laser 4G63/4G63T


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Thermal Intake Manifold Gasket Mitsubishi Eclipse Turbo 1995-1999 Free Shipping

Turbo Exhaust Manifold for Eagle Talon Mitsubishi Eclipse Galant Laser 2.0L

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Turbo Exhaust Manifold for Eagle Talon Mitsubishi Eclipse Galant Laser 2.0L

95-99 Mitsubishi Eclipse Talon RS GS S/S 2.0L Non-Turbo Manifold Exhaust Header

At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Mitsubishi Eclipse turbo manifolds to ensure that you have every turbo manifold option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Mitsubishi Eclipse turbo manifolds, so that whether you are looking for a custom Mitsubishi Eclipse turbo manifold or a drag turbo manifold kit or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Mitsubishi Eclipse turbo manifold needs!

Improving exhaust flow is pretty much a no-brainer, especially for turbo vehicles, which require as little restriction as possible to be most effective. Achieving lower under-hood temperatures due to free-flowing design, more horsepower, and increased turbo spool-up can all be had with an upgraded turbo manifold, regardless of construction material. If you're building a high-horsepower turbo monster, an upgraded turbo manifold should be one of the first things on your shopping list.
A good turbo manifold is almost as important as an upgraded turbo when it comes to performance, but there are some considerations to make when making a choice between cast iron turbo manifolds and tubular steel manifolds. If space is a concern (tight engine bays or retaining air conditioning or power steering), a cast turbo manifold will usually be more compact in design and generally stronger, although it will be heavier than a tubular unit. However, for all-out power gains, most tuners tend to go with a tubular steel turbo manifold due to their better flow characteristics and lighter weight.
Q: What is a turbo manifold? Why buy one?
A: For most cars, if you have a turbo installed, it means you do not have an exhaust manifold that is connected to your engine head, but instead of a turbo manifold that is connected to the turbo. The turbo manifold is the front end of the exhaust system on turbo-charged vehicles. Buying an aftermarket turbo manifold can give you more horsepower since they are designed to let more airflow through and therefore create more power.

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