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Purchased on Dec. 24th, 2003 for $850. had 116k on it & ran like crap. after 3 months of randomly changing things that were suspected to be wrong, found out that the Crank Position sensor wire was pinched in a motor mount. Fixed & it has run great ever since. I rarely drive it now, as I am usually driving the kids somewhere in the Eurohearse.
When i do drive the EVO, it gets beat on & beat on hard. I am convinced that a good car is one that doesn't break when I push it. My Burrito has been rock solid for me, always reliable & Always willing to take some punishment on some twisty backroads.
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3.1L V6 5 speed
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No factory options listed.
This car had the typical Power windows, door locks AM-FM Cassette & trunk spoiler found on most GT's of the era. It did not have a remote trunk release (first 'mod' I did).
No modifications listed.
FFP underdrive pulley
K & N Drop in w/ modified Air Box
Cat delete - replaced w/ Glass pack
$20 Turbo II muffler
Solid dogbone / solid front tranny mount / "liquid Nails" upper mount
Carpet deletion mod
A-pillar cover delete
retro-fit pre-91 seating
Eibach springs @ all corners
poly control arm bushings / endlinks / dust boots
delrin inner tire rod bushings
Gunmetal center Cross-lace rims
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