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Poncho

Year:
1991
Model/Trim:
Eagle Talon TSi
  • Ownership Status:
    I own it
    Turbo Type:
    GT35 Variant
    Transmission Type:
    Manual
    Build Type:
    • Street
    Mods-Bolt-on:
    FP Manifold -> FPHTA88 -> FP O2 -> 44mm Tial open dump & 3" catted exhaust.
    4" FP Intake -> 350hp W/A IC -> Evo 3 IM -> 2G Head -> BC Springs & FP2 Cams.
    Mods-Engine:
    None.
    Mods-EMS & Logging:
    TunerPro with Moates Ostrich
    Custom ADX, BIN, XDF for logging and tuning.
    Innovate LC-2 Wideband
    Mods-Drivetrain:
    Front Quaife ATB
    Mods-Handling:
    Stainless brake lines, slotted front calipers.
    Mismatched wheels from 1g and 2g DSMs.
    Rear sway bar with adjustable end links.
    Front strut tower bar.
    Stock parts store replacement shocks and stock spring height.
    Parts Wishlist:
    Properly wired aftermarket/motorsports style fuse/relay box.
    Working Air Conditioner
    Hopped up electrical system w/ 160A alt. and 2nd battery mounted in trunk
    Background:
    I bought the car off a friend that recently had a kid.... about 9 years ago or so.... maybe longer.
    The car taught me to work on cars, shop junk yards, and share knowledge with others online.

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  1. El Cuervo
    Hi Poncho. I like your W2A setup. I am planning on ditching the A2A intercooler and going W2A setup. I trying to find some pics of your setup and or a write up but only found one picture. If you don't mind me asking: What are you running as a heat exchanger?
    I'm trying to go as stealth as possible and I read that your front bumper looks basically stock.
    Thanks Poncho.

    Jorge .
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    2. bling5tatus
      Btw, I actually named the red car Poncho... my name/handle online isn't Poncho LOL. Glad you found us.
      bling5tatus, Oct 9, 2018
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    3. El Cuervo
      . My apologies. The thing here is that Poncho is a name in Spanish. Well it's the nice name for Alfonso. So your cars name is Alfonso. Had a friend in Mexico who's name was Alfonso but we called him Tocho. That's another nick name for it.
      El Cuervo, Oct 10, 2018
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    4. bling5tatus
      Lol, I named it after one of my grandfather's favorite songs. Poncho & Lefty, give it a listen if you haven't heard it. I'm left handed, so I'm Lefty and the car is Poncho :). I think it's got a lot of analogues to racing cars if you think about it.
      bling5tatus, Oct 15, 2018 at 8:35 PM


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