My DSM 1995 Eagle Talon TSi Rare Blue
Just a quick video of my DSM. Its a 95 Eagle Talon TSi. It is my first car and I love it to death. It has the 4G63t engine with the stock turbo. For the most part it is stock, I have $800 OZ Racing rims on it, a new JVC Head unit, a blue Strut Tower Bar, aftermarket Halo Projector Headlights, Front Mount Intercooler with al new Piping, and more I am forgetting I am sure. I have plans to rebuild over the summer so I can safely Boost her without blowing up. Looking dor DSMrs in the Illinois or Wisconsin area. If you are in that area hit me up. Got any questions? Hit me up.
1995 Eagle Talon TSi AWD project; from Beginning to current. (Not completed).
In this video I take you on a little journy though the past 5-8 months and the work completed on my Talon. It is nowhere near done quite yet, well...for body it is. There are still many aspects I am planning on hitting, such as the engine.. I will be building a 2.3L stroker with a Holset HX35 turbocharger and the works.. But in time it will happen, certainly not right away. I have yet to apply for a job, but I am working on it. Thanks for watching. God bless.
1995 Eagle Talon TSi AWD with 18" Rims
My Eagle Talon all cleaned up. I can't wait to mod it out!
My "new" 1995 Eagle Talon (intro)
Just a brief intro to my 1995 Eagle Talon that I bought for $600.00 USD. When I bought it it had a major idle issue. It wouldn't stay running unless you kept your foot on the accelerator either in park or in gear. It was really bad in gear. (I know I said that I kept my foot on the brake in the video ... LOL) I have no plans of turning this into a race car or tuner. I want to keep it as stock as possible. Maybe some performance mods, but I really doubt it. :) Since buying it, I've replaced the IAC (Idle Air Control valve), the CPS (Cam Position Sensor), the TPS (Throttle Position Sensor) and the MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure sensor). It's running a lot better, but still has an idle issue. Doing the CEL (Check Engine Light) code retrieval, it comes up with a code 11. This references the Crankshaft Position Sensor. It could be a bad unit or, since the timing belt, water pump and radiator were replaced before I got it, the timing belt could have jumped one tooth or more. I haven't gotten around to checking that yet. Hope I don't have to. LOL But I will be documenting each service or repair that I do as I work on it. I hope to be able to share what knowledge I have of this vehicle, albeit limited for now, to maybe help others who might be running into the same problems or scenarios. Let me know what y'all think. Thanks for watching. Leave a comment, suggestion or idea. - Mike