1988 Conquest TSI MPI Car 415hp

Wow....definitely not many around like this one!

1988 Chrysler Conquest TSi with a ton of upgrades, and paperwork showing Dyno numbers (May 2023) of 415whp and 400 lbs of torque! Not for the faint of heart, but if you want a "one of one" kind of setup with all the goodies, maybe this is the one for you.

Quality custom paint job in "Pepper Grey Metallic" with painted black stripes (Eleanor  / Gone in 60 seconds car was the inspiration). Rare 83' scoop hood, front diffuser (protects air dam), Starion tail lights, Interior has the full rare checkered cloth interior in near mint condition, manual seat belt conversion completed, car is extremely clean.

-Fully built motor, Wiseco Forged Pistons (.40 over), Schneider ground 284F cam, engine block was hot tanked and decked, bored 92.mm / Stroked 98mm, rotating assembly balanced, Stainless swirl cut 1mm oversize valves, non-jet valve head, race ported, 3 angle valve job. About 8k miles on the engine.

El Gato Billet, Full Race MPI manifold with flow matched 1000cc injectors

El Gato Schedule 40 tubular, T4 exhaust manifold

CX Racing aluminum radiator with SPAL Slim Fans

NEW 2024 LINK G4x Extreme ECU, LINK Ignition Module - tuned in 2023

Pillar mounted LINK Can Gauge and AEM Wideband

New coil, DSM crankshaft sensor, Aeromotive Fuel Pressure Regulator, Walbro Fuel Pump, plugs, wires, wideband and more

Upgraded turbo, upgraded intercooler, custom throaty exhaust, upgraded front and rear sway bars, Mitsubishi script valve cover, hood struts conversion, front tri-bar strut tower brace, rear strut tower brace, battery relocation, D2 coilovers on all four corners, refinished SHP 9" rear wheels, new tires...and lots more that I am forgetting.

Runs well and runs fast....she's loud and proud. Between myself and the previous owner, over $45,000 spent on getting it to where it is. She could use a few things to "make her your own"  and deserves more garage space that I have left for the long haul. Asking $27,500 - clear title in hand and I hope it goes to a good home.