1989 - 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse Pro Street Timing Belt Kit
Does your car need a timing belt replacement? We make your life easy. No runs to the dealer! Order our timing belt kits to make your timing belt job a lot easier! These parts equal OEM parts in quality because they are made by the same company who makes the OEM parts you buy at the dealer! Everything is included in the kit! If you want anything additional, give us a call, or mention it in special instructions when you order.
This part number fits a 1989 - 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse Turbo with one of our personal favorites, the 4G63t engine. For the first generation between 1989-1992 however there are some differences in build year.
Timing Belt Kit Specifications : 4G63 OEM Replacement Timing Belt Kit - bshaft belt, timing belt, tensioner pulley, water pump and auto tensioner.
Please order accordingly so fitment is correct. Thank you for your understanding. Sorry we do not carry non turbo Eclipse timing belts at this time. We apologize about the inconvenience.
4G63 OEM Replacement Timing Belt Kit - bshaft belt, timing belt, tensioner pulley, water pump and auto tensioner. Pre 4/92 Build Date and all the first generation Eclipse, Laser, Talon turbos and second generations until 1999.
Need a tutorial on your timing belt job or want to do your own timing belt? Head over to My Pro Street for the all the latest in timing belt DIY articles. We also happen to be one of the largest resources online for the DOHC turbo, check out our 4G63 Timing Belt tutorial here. Save yourself serious cash and do the job yourself with our 4G63 How To Timing Belt Guide.
Want to change your timing belt without removing the 4G63 camshafts? We got your covered!
We sell only 100% brand new high quality OEM replacement parts. Unlike other places that offer you OEM parts at a discount because the part is remanufactured, we offer you these OEM pieces fresh from the factory! Don't be fooled by other companies trying to sell you a remanufactured part! Our timing belt kits are so good, we run them on all of our race and project cars!
Click here for a sample timing belt swap on a Honda Civic.
Q: I see all these parts come with your timing belt kits, but what are they? What are they for? Do I really need all of them?
A: Yes! Let us explain below what each component is for. Remember, not all applications will have all of these components. Click above on the car manufacture to see what each kit comes with.
Engines with overhead camshafts have timing belts that have a limited life span. Car makers use these belts instead of more durable chains because chains are noisier and cost more to manufacture. Your vehicle owner's manual will recommend at what mileage the timing belt must be replaced. These intervals range from every 60,000 miles to every 105,000 miles. Because the timing belt is one of the single most important factors in an engine, we recommend being on the safe side and replacing the belt at 60,000 miles.
Timing belts fail without warning and on some vehicles, are almost as hard to check as they are to change. In most cases, your only protection is to change the belt at the recommended intervals. Timing belt replacement is not a cheap job but you have found the right place to get the parts at wholesale!
We recommend that you replace the water pump during a timing belt job even if there is nothing wrong with it. This is because 90% of the labor to change the water pump has already been done with the timing belt job and we consider it good insurance to replace the pump at this time.
Balance Shaft Belt
We recommend that all cars have their timing and balance shaft belts changed every 60,000 miles. Many engine-destroying belt failures are really the fault of the balance shaft belt, rather than the main timing belt. A balance shaft's main focus is as it rotates, it vibrates in a way that reduces or cancels some of the vibration produced by an engine. Not essential to an engine's operation, balance shafts are nonetheless becoming increasingly common as a means of engine refinement.
Timing Belt Tensioner
Timing belt tensioners are designed to maintain the timing belts tension. If these fail, the timing belt will release tension and slip, causing catastrophic engine damage.
Above is a picture of a timing belt tensioner that comes with our kits. Same high quality tensioner as you would pick up from your dealer.
Above is a picture of a timing belt tensioner roller bracket that comes with our kits. This is included in the Mitsubishi Eclipse kits.
Above is a picture of a timing belt that comes with our kits. Not only do we sell these kits, but we run them on our race cars. Very strong and durable. Can't go wrong.
Above is a picture of a balance shaft belt that comes with our kits. Very strong and designed to last.
Above is a picture of an accessory belt. This happens to be a belt for an air conditioning system. We offer all belts from power steering to water pump.
Currently we offer these kits for the Acura Integra, Honda Civic, Lexus RX300, and Mitsubishi Eclipse (both turbo and non turbo). If you would like one of these kits for your car, and we don't have a kit listed, we can get it for you! Contact us here.
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