I had the same problem with my Eclipse it was the spyder turbo i had put cheap gas in it. went to 93 octane had no problems.
In order to replace the rear engine mount on a 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder GT v6 3.0L, one would first need to acquire a few jack stands to help accommodate the steps involved. From there, the Eclipse Chat Board would need to be lifted off, and the mount can be replaced from then on.
no, the mounts are completely different. It would require alot of fabrication and then also require a completely different transmission
they are the same design so i would say whichever is cheaper
yes. I have it on mine. Very easy to install
I am going to help you where no one did for me this is the actual factory service manual your local dealer uses in the repair shop it will answer anything you would want to know. http://www.onlinefreeebooks.net/automotive-machinery-power-equipment-ebooks/mitsubishi/2000-2002-mitsubishi-eclipse-eclipse-spyder-service-manual-pdf.html
The Spyder Pilot is center fed, so there is no need for elbows. Also no spyder elbows would fit because of the new style of threaded feed necks.
The Spyder pilot Acs is a Spyder pilot with an Anti-Chop System. It would be "better" than one without it because it is supposed to chop (when a ball is cut in half by the bolt before it has fully dropped) less paint.
Its whichever you think would be most comfortable to shoot. They are internally identical, so their performances would be the same. The only difference is the shape of the body, and the MR1 has a buttstock.
hey man....i have a 99 2.4L gs spyder and my starter is on the left side underneath. so best bet would be to jack it up and it should be 3-4 bolts.. how easy they are to get to i dont know. if its not there....then its on top on the left side. look bro take it out from the top and it''s very easy
No, autococker threads do not fit spyders,which are spyder threaded. Any barrel marked spyder threaded will fit spyders, piranhas, and most cheap spyder clones. Also many barrels come in several threads (almost all of them have the spyder version), so a list would not help you.
The Spyder MR1 is a type of paintball gun therefore would be used for paint balling. They can be purchased from many places including eBay and Amazon.
The airbag light would have nothing to do with emissions. If they are doing a safety inspection, it would fail.
Stock hp when new was 140 for the non-turbo 2.0L models (all but the GS-T Hardtop, GS-T Spyder and GSX). 12 years later I would think 115hp actually reaching the wheels would be in the ballpark.
No. There are better, higher quality guns in the same price range. Azodin, tippmann and the Spyder mr series would be better.
no pirahnas are lower quality knock offs than spyder, they are not too bad for starters but spyder is better if you have a choice
In this case, from the Moon you would see a total solar eclipse.In this case, from the Moon you would see a total solar eclipse.In this case, from the Moon you would see a total solar eclipse.In this case, from the Moon you would see a total solar eclipse.
A solar eclipse of a Sun that was smaller but a Moon that is the same size and distance as our Moon would mean that eclipses would last longer, you would never get an annular eclipse, a larger area would experience each eclipse.
This just happened to my daughter's car, a 2001 Spyder Eclipse convertible GT. It cost about $500 because the old one cracked and they needed to replace with a new one. The radiator has some plastic parts, which make them hard to re-build (I was told).
No, they would see a total solar eclipse. A person standing in the penumbra would see a partial eclipse.
During a lunar eclipse, a resident of the Moon would experience a solar eclipse; the Sun would be hidden behind the Earth.
It would still be a lunar eclipse just on the moon and everything would be red. If you are on earth and a Lunar or a Solar eclipse happens than you are actually light than you would be regularly. To find out how much you weigh you take your weight and divide it by 1.5. So a lunar eclipse is just the same a lunar eclipse.
There are pages of codes for the airbag system. You need to have it checked for codes by a qualified mechanic as airbag systems are not a do it yourself system.
Set off the airbag. Why would you want to do this?
You would have to take it to a Ford dealership so they could diagnose why the airbag light is on. It is not something that you would want to do yourself.