Originally Posted by 4g63tFTW
I'm a little shocked to see so many names I still recognize here.
I still drive my Talon when I can keep it running. Parts seem to be harder to find these days. I've noticed a lot of the big shops that started by selling DSM parts don't even make mention of their roots.
How about ETS no longer stocking FMIC kits, and only the cores?
It comes with the territory of driving a By-gone performance coupe. These things are currently too old to make parts production profitable enough, and not old enough to make them collectors of any sort. Conquest/Starion prices have recently been on the rise, and with them being the precursor to our vehicles one can assume the time may come that people start desiring these cars as collectors. Until then, these cars really arent worth a whole lot now, especially with such a strong aftermarket support flooding the market in the early years.
'97 Eagle Talon TSi AWD = BW Swapped Eagle/Wiseco 4g64, 68HTA, FIC 1250s, ECMLink V3. Stock trans, this could end up being an issue...
Originally Posted by Asmodeus
No problem. Don't be so sensitive next time. It's the internet.