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1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse RS 2G [D31A]

1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse 2G [D31A] in The Fast and the Furious, Movie, 2001 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: US

1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse RS 2G [D31A]

Position 00:03:15 [*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

Comments about this vehicle

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jokamo

2006-03-14 23:12

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I would like to know more infos about Fast and the Furious cars. Can somebody send me some interesting things in e.mail?
jokamoo@yahoo.com

JamesDM US

2006-07-24 04:24

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A little interesting fact for anyone who knows DSM's, this car was actually powered by a 420a motor, not the usual 4G63 that makes more power.

4g63t US

2007-01-19 05:13

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JamesDM is correct.

SnotRodFanatic

2007-02-26 00:28

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It was cool, until it's destruction.

W_Body_Geek US

2007-03-07 17:53

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1995 Eagle Talon

no1Uno US

2007-04-01 18:50

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Its a beautiful shade of green!

Seven3Lee US

2007-07-09 14:41

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JamesDM wrote A little interesting fact for anyone who knows DSM's, this car was actually powered by a 420a motor, not the usual 4G63 that makes more power.


The giveaway was the engine orientation.

A.Tech US

2007-12-16 12:37

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The question I have is... Was it a GST or a GSX for the movie? I bet it was just the GST.

4g63t US

2008-01-21 16:30

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The best scene in the movie was when it blew up.

Wampa-One US

2008-03-14 04:13

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autobot EN

2008-07-29 13:36

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why do you think the best scene was when it blew up 4g63t?

autobot EN

2008-07-29 13:53

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i also found this on wikipedia: Mitsubishi Eclipse (Either RS) Neon Green 1995 Brian O'Conner Shot at by Johnny Tran; destroyed after ruptured nitrous tanks explode; equipped with 4G63 motor

antp BE

2009-07-29 22:33

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4g63t US

2010-01-25 07:22

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Because I hate Neon powered junk. If you look when the car has its hood open, you'll notice the 420a motor. It looks different from the 4g63 (of which I own FIVE, including my 11 second Galant VR-4.) You'll also notice the fake discs on the back, which cover the rear brake DRUMS which are only on the RS. I have been an Eclipse owner since 1989, owned at least one of every generation, and am a Mitsubishi Dealership Master Technician for the last 17 years. What I don't know about these cars, isn't worth knowing.

leslie US

2010-03-09 02:04

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wow nice exterior style! i like the overall structure! its very similar to the eagle talon, the redesigned eclipse got dual airbags, more rounded-styling, larger interior, more compact eclipse ac compressors and a new base engine.

tfatfeclipsefan US

2010-07-06 01:57

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i love that car, thats why my name is tfatfeclipsefan

caioficetech BR

2011-05-28 20:31

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One of the hoses had fallen off...

You can see by the time that he arrive in the race...

cycolac fan EN

2011-10-23 02:59

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They used at least four of these in the movie, the one that did the jump was also destroyed.

majorhawke US

2012-04-06 19:13

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Retards ^

it's not neon powered

DigitalLuke64DD EN

2012-12-09 18:51

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majorhawke wrote Retards ^

it's not neon powered


420A's found in base model Eclipses (like this) also powered Dodge Neons. So yes, it is Neon powered.

IMaDEM0N US

2013-07-18 15:56

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the only eclipses that DIDN'T get Chrysler 420a's were the Eclipse GS-T, Eclipse GSX & Eclipse RS Spyder (Convertible). THOSE got the 4G63T (T to designate TURBOCHARGED). In the movies sounds, you ALWAYS hear a blow off valve when this eclipse is being driven. that means that it's got a Turbo. HOWEVER, when Jesse is looking under the hood at the first street race of the movie which features Vin Diesel in his red Mazda RX7, Paul Walker in THIS Mitsubishi Eclipse, RJ DeVera in a 96-00 Honda Civic, and Ja Rule in the Polk Audio/Momo Integra. Jesse says "It's got a Cold Air Intake, a T4 Turbo". THAT's IDIOTIC when you have a turbocharger, a Cold Air Intake is Nullified completely. the air the car is getting for intake is coming out of the turbine that's spinning (the turbocharger)...so a Cold Air Intake would be totally pointless in a turbocharged engine

NIck24b37b NZ

2014-01-09 03:50

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can someone please send me the specks for what they did to this car for the movie if any one can get them playboi24b@yahoo.co.nz

rockstarnorth225 PH

2014-01-09 04:41

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[2G] As a chassis code.

PDX PL

2015-03-25 10:16

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W_Body_Geek wrote 1995 Eagle Talon

Actually it was a Mitsubishi Eclipse

PDX PL

2015-03-25 10:19

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Also I don't know if you can get the 2nd gen Eclipse in the UK... can you?

racinginnovations US

2015-10-11 09:11

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2g is not a chassis code, it's a generic reference used in the automotive community for the 2nd generation body style. The actual chassis code for Brian's Eclipse would be D31A. A cold air intake would not be pointless on a turbo engine, because both boosted and n/a engines can have cold air intakes. Any aftermarket pre-compressor intake that pulls air from outside the engine compartment is, by nature, a cold air intake. It would also offer performance gains over stock when used in conjunction with a FMIC and intercooler piping. And lastly, the Eclipse would have been tauted as a GS-T, in anything, but no direct reference is made to it. It's basically a tuned 420A engine (which are actually decent engines).

jackaroomatt US

2016-03-05 14:43

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I'm thinking it may be an Eagle Talon, since the motif on the side of the car is an eagle...

F355 UK

2016-04-30 02:03

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thais is what wingo looks like

night cub US

2016-06-17 03:50

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F355 wrote 1995 Mitsubishi ECLIPSE 2G RS

Why do you keep identifying cars that are already identified?

F355 UK

2016-06-19 01:25

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i meant gs

dom_dubreuil CA

2017-01-06 20:12

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i own one of them... they had 7 eclipses... 5 RS and 2 GS

dom_dubreuil CA

2017-01-06 20:13

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racinginnovations wrote 2g is not a chassis code, it's a generic reference used in the automotive community for the 2nd generation body style. The actual chassis code for Brian's Eclipse would be D31A. A cold air intake would not be pointless on a turbo engine, because both boosted and n/a engines can have cold air intakes. Any aftermarket pre-compressor intake that pulls air from outside the engine compartment is, by nature, a cold air intake. It would also offer performance gains over stock when used in conjunction with a FMIC and intercooler piping. And lastly, the Eclipse would have been tauted as a GS-T, in anything, but no direct reference is made to it. It's basically a tuned 420A engine (which are actually decent engines).

All 420 cars... i have the 7 VINS of the cars

AB DK

2017-04-27 23:14

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IMaDEM0N wrote the only eclipses that DIDN'T get Chrysler 420a's were the Eclipse GS-T, Eclipse GSX & Eclipse RS Spyder (Convertible). THOSE got the 4G63T (T to designate TURBOCHARGED). In the movies sounds, you ALWAYS hear a blow off valve when this eclipse is being driven. that means that it's got a Turbo. HOWEVER, when Jesse is looking under the hood at the first street race of the movie which features Vin Diesel in his red Mazda RX7, Paul Walker in THIS Mitsubishi Eclipse, RJ DeVera in a 96-00 Honda Civic, and Ja Rule in the Polk Audio/Momo Integra. Jesse says "It's got a Cold Air Intake, a T4 Turbo". THAT's IDIOTIC when you have a turbocharger, a Cold Air Intake is Nullified completely. the air the car is getting for intake is coming out of the turbine that's spinning (the turbocharger)...so a Cold Air Intake would be totally pointless in a turbocharged engine


Look, if you want to sound like you in any way know what you're talking about, at least get the terminology right.

First off, there are no such thing as a turbine blowing air into the engine. There's a turbine driven by the hot exhaust gasses which in turn drives a centrifugal compressor - hence the name Turbocharger - another name for Turbine driven compressor. That compressor compresses the charge air which is fed into the engine.

Secondly. In a forced induction engine, whether being it a turbo, centrifugal supercharger, a lyholm or roots, a cold air intake has nothing to do with how the compressor stage delivers the air into the intake manifold. Generally speaking, it's never a bad idea to get the air for the engine as cold as possible by using a cold air intake. In a turbocharged application, this can in fact be very crusial. The reason is that if you strap the air filter directly to the turbo, you are sucking in air that surrounds the hot compressor housing and the engine, and most likely the red hot turbine housing and exhaust. Using a heat shielded air intake with the filter mounted so it draws air directly from the outside, will drastically lower the charge air temperature which will make detonation much less of an issue. Now go back to being a Ricer and stop talking about what you don't know.

Reg1992 US

2017-04-28 03:32

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*eats popcorn*

johnfromstaffs EN

2017-04-28 09:15

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I suggest that you both go to Wikipedia and find out what an air to air intercooler is and does.

AB DK

2017-05-06 14:05

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johnfromstaffs wrote I suggest that you both go to Wikipedia and find out what an air to air intercooler is and does.



What are you on about? I was not talking about intercolers, as it was completely irrelevant for my post and point. I was talking about the use of a cold air intake in ANY high performance turbo application, and whether it is used in conjunction with an intercooler or not, is besides the point. If you fail to see that, why are you posing as you clearly don't know what's what? Also, you do realize that Wikipedia is a shitty place for info right? I don't know where you learned about cars, but I learned by working on them. If you want to sound clever, start by posting something clever rather than random BS assumptions.

johnfromstaffs EN

2017-05-06 15:34

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Please accept my deepest and most humble apologies for having offended you. I promise never to do it again and shall therefore not bother to read anything you post in future, which will obviously not worry you in the least and certainly won't concern me.

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jthe transit fan

2017-08-01 06:00

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5 stars

Reg1992 US

2017-10-06 06:33

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jthe transit fan wrote 5 stars

I agree, the flame war in this comment thread gets a five-star rating from me too. :lol:

rtsbusman1997 US

2017-10-06 06:40

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boy this year went by fast huh (referencing dates of the messages)

train68 US

2018-01-01 19:25

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I can't wait to see the Hot Wheels version of this car.

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