Mitsubishi Eclipse

The Mitsubishi Eclipse was a compact sports car produced in the period from 1989 to 2011 with 4 generations replacing each other. You saw this typical car in the first Fast and Furious movies when these movies still were about street racing. The first and second generations were known as Eagle Talon and Plymouth Laser, and on the platform of the third generation, Chrysler Sebring Coupe and Dodge Stratus Coupe were created.
Here are known analogues to Eclipse: Toyota Celica, Honda Prelude, Acura Integra, Nissan SX/Silvia, Hyundai Coupe/Genesis Coupe, Audi TT, Mazda MX-6, Opel Calibra, Ford Probe/Cougar and similar vehicles.Mitsubishi-Eclipse
These were the engines that made Mitsubishi Eclipse cars popular. In Eclipse 1G and 2G, 4G63, 4G64, and even the small 4G37 were used, but you mean engine was the gorgeous turbocharged 4G63.
In 1999, 3G Eclipse appeared, the engines in this car were simpler: 2.4 L 4G64 and 6G72 V6.
In 2005-2011 Eclipse 4G were sold, two engines were used there: the 2.4-liter 4G69 and 6G75 V6 with the displacement of 3.8 liters. We have collected for you all specs of the Eclipse engine, their main problems, and the reasons thereto. We will also tell you what oil is recommended to use, its amount and replacement intervals, how to boost the power, how to get 400 horsepower, and what performance parts you will need for this.

1st generation 1G (1989 — 1994)
Mitsubishi Eclipse (93 HP) — 1.8 L
Mitsubishi Eclipse (135 HP) — 2.0 L
Mitsubishi Eclipse (150 HP) — 2.0 L
Mitsubishi Eclipse (180 HP) — 2.0 L
Mitsubishi Eclipse (200 HP) — 2.0 L

2nd generation 2G (1995 — 1999)
Mitsubishi Eclipse (145 HP) — 2.0 L
Mitsubishi Eclipse (210 HP) — 2.0 L
Mitsubishi Eclipse (220 HP) — 2.0 L
Mitsubishi Eclipse (230 HP) — 2.0 L
Mitsubishi Eclipse (141 HP) — 2.4 L

3rd generation 3G (1999 — 2005)
Mitsubishi Eclipse (149 HP) — 2.4 L
Mitsubishi Eclipse (156 HP) — 2.4 L
Mitsubishi Eclipse (200 HP) — 3.0 L
Mitsubishi Eclipse (210 HP) — 3.0 L

4th generation 4G (2005 — 2011)
Mitsubishi Eclipse (162 HP) — 2.4 L
Mitsubishi Eclipse (210 HP) — 3.0 L
Mitsubishi Eclipse (263 HP) — 3.8 L


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