1991 Eagle Talon Tsi FWD to AWD?


Asked by Dec 26, 2009 at 11:52 PM about the 1991 Eagle Talon 2 Dr TSi Turbo Hatchback

Question type: Car Customization

I have a 1991 Eagle Talon Tsi FWD and I am wondering how hard it is to convert it to AWD.

4 Answers


alot of work go to dsm.org or dsm forums. Gota change tranny and alot of suspension sway bars. I have AWD love it. Launch it in 2nd gear


One of my friends try it on his 94 talon he got alot of help from Dsm.org if u need more help I can have his contact you if u need lol and awd does rule I have 95 talon awd tsi all aftermarket and the 2ed gear lauch is the best lol


I have 1994 Fwd talon and have a 1991 awd with no motor and was wondering if the Awd works out in the 1994 and i think it does cause there built the same but dont know where to start...like if it will be a pain or if it will even work


if you have bothe a FWD and a AWD you have everything you need but it is a lot of work and be prepared to break and bust some bolts but do yourself a favor and replace the sway bar links with new from a parts store and some bushings cuz the old ones are more than likely will/gonna be bad when/soon after you uninstall them.

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