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Eagle Talon Air Conditioning & Heat
Eagle Talon Air Intake & Fuel Delivery
Eagle Talon Brakes
Eagle Talon Charging and Staring Systems
Eagle Talon Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
Eagle Talon Cooling System
Eagle Talon Decals, Emblems & Detailing
Eagle Talon Emission System
Eagle Talon Engines & Components
Eagle Talon Exhaust
Eagle Talon Exterior
Eagle Talon Filters
Eagle Talon Gaskets
Eagle Talon Gauges
Eagle Talon Glass
Eagle Talon Ignition System
Eagle Talon Interior
Eagle Talon Lighting & Lamps
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Eagle Talon Safety & Security
Eagle Talon Suspension & Steering
Eagle Talon Transmission & Drivetrain
Eagle Talon Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
Eagle Talon Wheels and Tires
Eagle Talon Other Parts
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1995 Eagle Talon TSi
The Talon was a sports car from short-lived car manufacturer Eagle. It was sold from 1990 until 1998. It was closely related to the Mitsubishi Eclipse and Plymouth Laser.
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Although built on the same platform and identical mechanically, the Talon was cosmetically quite different from its cousins. Every Talon had a black greenhouse roof, regardless of body color. The taillights were also unique to the Eagle. They were 2 door hatchbacks with 2+2 seating. For adequate clearance of the 4G63 engine, Talons had a bulge on the drivers side of the hood. This was on all of them, whether or not they had the engine. The DL base model did not have this engine. The TSi AWD (all wheel drive) was the top of the line model, and it was turbocharged. These cars, especially the second generation models, are very popular on the tuner market, despite the fact that the engines suffered from crankwalk. You can find these on the used car market, although you'll get them for far less than blue book on eBay. I would suggest buying one as highly tuned as possible, because it will cost a lot less than building one up yourself, and very little of that value is retained. To recap: buy the best performing vehicle, then spend your hard earned money making it look nice, adding nice wheels and such, and maybe some marginal performance upgrades when you get the chance.
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