11th May 2006, 14:04
You don't buy a little sports car for a new driver. Especially an automatic talon. Not the most reliable cars, but can be easily modded to go really really fast.
Basically, don't get it for your daughter.
13th May 2007, 01:21
Hi, I am looking at buying a 1992 Eagle Talon AWD tsi for $1,500, but the body has a little over 300,000 miles on it, and it has a new motor with 30,000 on it. Also the timing belt snapped, and well there is most likely a bent valve. Is this a good price to buy at or not thanks. And also, how much am I looking at to repair it?
18th Jun 2007, 19:24
I just bought my Eagle Talon today for $300. yeah that's cheap, but the guy wanted it off his land. well it has been to the machine shop about 3 times before I bought it and has a rebuilt/new motor bored out to a 2.3. I asked the guy what was wrong with it and he said that it had the timing belt replaced, and a brand new tensioner in it. but now I have 2 bent valves. but when it starts up it sputters. (I have not driven it, I towed it home.) now I am wondering what could cause a valve to bend and if it should be OK to replace them. I know that the motors are zero tolerance motors. but I wanted to know if I could replace them my self and how hard it would be to do the job. other than that I had friends who sore up and down this is a great car, Now that I own one I hope to also swear by it to. oh and I do not have a turbo. so if you can help me in any way on how to fix or what the cause of bending a valve please write me at email@example.com. thanks cause I wanna make this car be my dream car of speed.