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Technical Corner : Project Cars : Eclipse GS-T Last Updated: Oct 18th, 2015 - 22:32:18

Technical Corner : Project Cars : Eclipse GS-T
Oil Cooler Install

Since the Eclipse was having some problems with overheating, as most DSM's do when a front mount IC is placed in front of the AC heat exchanger which is placed in front of the radiator, we decided to upgrade the factory water/oil cooler to a more efficient better cooling air/oil setup.

Oct 10, 2004, 21:54 - [ Discuss this story ]

Technical Corner : Project Cars : Eclipse GS-T
2G DSM Project Car Intro
This factory green 1997 Eclipse GS-T has already been extensively modified by its owner.  Stay tuned as we turn this stock appearing street beast into capable road racing machine putting down a dyno proven 400+ pump gas horsepower!

Jul 18, 2004, 15:56 - [ Discuss this story ]

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