It's called the Colt/Mirage Turbo, a rare DSM answer to the Volkswagen GTI. All stock, the 1.6-liter DOHC 4G61T (essentially a smaller version of the 4G63) revved to 7,000 rpm, generating 135 horsepower on 12.1 psi of boost. Its redline in 5th gear is 153 mph, or just beyond the speedometer's limits, but now within the realm of possibility for this Mirage.
1000cc injectors, more air, means more fuel needs to be added
Hmm, that could be problematic down the road.
...Walbro 255 fuel pump, to support the increased fuel demands
Well, this guy has thought of everything! Mechanically, everything is there that should be, with the exception of air conditioning and a de-powered power steering rack. Typically, keeping the hydraulic system requires more steering effort than a dedicated manual steering rack, although cranking the wide-diameter hub in a 2,500-pound car shouldn't be unfeasible.
Aftermarket HIDs, this decade's neon underglow equivalent, are housed in retrofitted BMW projectors. Universal four-lug wheels should have been left behind in 2004 along with the tinted side indicator lights, which join the automatic nanny-state seatbelts on our short list of grievances. It's hard to find fault in a bite-sized hatch with 300 horsepower, manually shifted, and powered by an engine designed to withstand such pressure.
PhiLOL actually likes the tuna here, but abhors structural rust. Save the manuals.