Question about 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse
It depends on the turbo. generally you need to change the manifold to one that has a t3 flange, change the down pipe to one that matches up to the turbo, plug the oil feed to the turbo and run a new one (usually off the head or T'd into the oil pressure sensor, if the new turbo doesn't have coolant ports you need to plug the coolant lines that went to the old turbo, modify the intercooler piping off the turbo, you may need a different intake tube, and if the new turbo doesn't have a internal wastegate you will need an external one and the manifold will need an external wastegate flange.
Posted on Sep 18, 2010
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