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Selling my 2002 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT in Pearl White and black/tan cloth interior. Has numerous aftermarket modifications. Super clean, non-smoker owned and only 1 previous owner. Put maybe 1,500 miles a year on it over the last 16 years so it was barely driven aside from a few long distance vacation drives making up the bulk of the miles. Only 123,079 miles on the odometer. Well maintained (I can throw in the full CarFax history including all of my personal notes and DIY entries), has only ever had 91 or 93 octane premium fuel and Royal Purple full synthetic oil in it. Asking $6,000 obo.
  • New high performance distributor (new cam position sensor as well because it is built-in), cap and rotor [Oct 2019]
  • New hatch hydraulic lifts [Oct 2019]
  • New dashboard (no cracks or damage at all - extremely rare for these cars) [Aug 2019]
  • New heavy duty battery [Jul 2018]
  • New Power Stop Z23 Evolution Sport cross-drilled and slotted rotors and ceramic pads [Sept 2018]
  • Replaced all O2 sensors [Apr 2018]
  • Fuel filler neck and emissions hoses replaced [Mar 2018]
  • Engine gaskets all around replaced [Jul 2017]
  • Radiator replaced [Jul 2017]
  • Drive belts replaced [Jul 2017]
  • All shocks/struts replaced [Oct 2015]
  • NGK 10mm performance spark wire set and NGK Iridium IX spark plugs [Jan 2015]
  • OBX polished race headers w/ breather filter in place of EGR valve pipe so no codes get thrown
  • Magnaflow stainless steel high-flow catalytic converter
  • Magnaflow stainless steel 2.5" street performance exhaust with polished 4" tip
  • Polished stainless steel cold air intake with 4" washable cone filter
  • Stage 1 ECU Tune
  • Prothane high performance polyurethane motor mounts
  • Prothane high performance polyurethane transmission mounts
  • Two full sets of wheels and tires to swap between summer and winter driving:
    • Nexen WinGuard Winspike 215/50R17 high performance studdable winter tires mounted on the original Mitsubishi alloys (fantastic tires that never let me down yet) with 70-75% tread still on them
    • Venezia Crusade HP 225/40ZR18 ultra high performance summer tires mounted on Platinum Wraith 418s in gloss black with diamond cut accents with 65-70% tread still on them
    • A fifth Platinum Wraith 418 wheel still in the original box meant to replace one of the wheels that got scuffed up from rubbing a curb (that wheel is still in great shape though just aesthetically not up to my standard anymore - you can mount another tire on it so you have a full matching spare!)
  • All gloss black acorn lug nuts for the summer wheels
  • Solace 2-way LCD alarm system with remote start + second 1-way LED remote
  • Both original keys + both original keyfobs
  • JVC KW-V840BT touchscreen DVD receiver with bluetooth, handsfree calling and Android Auto/Apple Carplay
  • Backup camera connected to the JVC touchscreen
  • Rockford Fosgate Punch P165-SI & P1675-S component speakers (custom mounted in original locations so interior still looks stock)
  • Every single bulb, inside and outside, replaced with LEDs (map/dome lights, trunk light, turn signals, taillights, side markers, footwells, etc.)
  • Black dual halo projector LED headlights with OPT7 5000k FluxBeam X LED H1s in low and high beams
  • 5000k HID H3 foglights
  • Black LED taillights
  • 20% tint all around
  • All weather mats + the original factory Mitsubishi carpeted mats
I even have the original airbox, headlights, taillights, Infinity headunit, Infinity amp and Infinity speakers/tweeters as well if for some reason you ever wanted to return everything to stock (even left all the original wiring for the speakers untouched when running new wire for the Rockford Fosgates).

Only items of concern would be:
  • Front passenger control arm bushings are very thin and should be replaced soon
  • Power steering pump should be swapped out at some point as its pulley seems to not spin as freely as it should be (belt will give a chirp when turning stationary or at very slow speeds due to the pump engaging but not spinning as fast as the other pulleys for a split second)
  • One small rust spot on the front passenger quarter panel above the bumper line. Included in images below.

I'm in Omaha, NE so if you are nearby, give me a shout and you can come take a look at her. I work from home so I can be flexible on meeting times if you work weird hours. Let me know if you need any more info or pictures.












 

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That is quite the price for a car with rust on it. But on another note, what is a "Stage 1 ECU tune"? I can't say I've seen anyone ever advertise a "Stage X" tune for this car, just a regular tune. Also, with the tires, the Venezia Crusade HP are just high performance all-season tires, hence the "HP" in the name. Not ultra high, not summer. Also, the Nexen WinGuard Winspike are not ultra either.
 

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That is quite the price for a car with rust on it. But on another note, what is a "Stage 1 ECU tune"? I can't say I've seen anyone ever advertise a "Stage X" tune for this car, just a regular tune. Also, with the tires, the Venezia Crusade HP are just high performance all-season tires, hence the "HP" in the name. Not ultra high, not summer. Also, the Nexen WinGuard Winspike are not ultra either.
Directly from Venezia's website.
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And they are most certainly summer tires. Anyone who thinks they can drive in the winter on them will be in for a rude awakening as they slide out of control, regardless of the "all-season" classification. However you are correct on the Nexen's. I probably copy-pasted the previous line and forgot to remove that. Fixed now.
As for the tune, I'm basing that on:
  • Stage 1 = intake, exhaust and fuel ratio/shift point adjustments only
  • Stage 2 = further adjustments for things like new cams, porting, etc.
  • Stage 3 = adjustments for high output modifications like turbo/superchargers, ethanol mod, etc.
So it was a minor tune to make use of the better breathing intake, exhaust and no recycled exhaust thru EGR anymore to obtain better idle/takeoff.
 
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