2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse Gt
Thats too bad I'll send them a email to see if they are still around.unfortunately I don’t think B&M makes the short throw for the 3g anymore. I bought mine in 2004, you could always email B&M to see if they still make it or have any in stock. But if you want shifter bushings Energy suspension sells them along with kits for the 3G.
The RPW headers are really loud if you don’t have a cat or resonator, and you have to either make a test pipe or get a cat welded in cause it’s not a direct bolt on along with O2 bungs are needed. I personally like them but I don’t think I’ll spend the money on getting another set, I’ll most likely make a new exhaust system myself cause they are starting to crack and have some very weak points from bottoming out my car, I’ve had them for 10 years now. So all in all do I like them yeah, would I buy them again prob not.
I have some parts waiting to be installed this year but that might not happen depending on time. Plus I have a random miss fire that is quite annoying when I’m out on the track, but if I just drive the car regularly it’s a dream. With that said race season might be on hold for me this year, instead it might be a cruising car for now.
Thats good to know that it is not a direct bolt on because I had thought it was. I wouldn't mind obx headers (a few guys IK run those) which also need modification but are almost half price. How would you design your own system might I ask? My local exhaust shops said they don't install headers.
I feel that, always a struggle but hopefully you can find the time. I was actually dealing with a miss fire as well. Every time it rained / snowed the care would trip a miss fire code but ran fine. One time it rained so hard the car actually started and was miss firing at idle for a minute. My mechanic and I diagnosed that when moister gets into the distributor it causes the code and when bad enough can cause a miss fire. After the engine gets hot and the moister evaporates the car works perfect. I have brand new ignition system (ngk plugs, ngk wires, distributor cap, rotor) so it is a flaw with the cars design. Not sure if this helps but thats my experience.
Thanks again for the info!