The Talon/Eclipse is produced in Normal, Illinois, USA and were mainly built for the US and Canadian markets. They were shipped to Europe in limited numbers, and some may be over in the Asian markets too.
Okay, so you do have the Lancer CC platform, which for America/Canada was the 1993+ model year, it was earlier for cars made to go to the Asian markets. The CC platform got all weird with timings and body style carryovers if you search the wikipedia listing for Mirage cars.
The pics you show with the bearings removed and the actual retaining parts, don't look bad, because they only have to be flat and straight so as to retain the bearings properly, and not deform them while they are held in place and put through their usual stresses. A little dark spot on the face on the bearing, going across the shortest path, indicates wear but it is not into the copper/lower material yet. Everything that is placed on the top of the bearing is there for slickness and imbeddability, and you are just going through that material now.
As for your turbo manifold, you can use an 2nd generation Eclipse (95-99) or Evo 3 manifold, as they are essentially the same shape and design, and any td05 frame turbo (14b-16g/16G EVO3) will bolt to them. No need to fabricate and have to deal with those massive issues that will ensue as a result. No need for anything aftermarket, as bolt on factory parts can take you well into the 250-300HP/ft/lb mark with ease.
If we run short on answers, the boys over at http://www.mirageforums.net/
are the bomb-diggity for anything newer than our platforms. They specialize in the 4th generation Lancer (1993+ USDM and onwards).
Essentially, you may be looking for 7 bolt blocks and related transmissions, that use front and rear mounts on the transmission case versus the "ears" of the block.
What you have with the 4g61t motor is a 6 bolt motor.
I am lost as to which items cross over with regards to timelines, as I have only ever delved into the 6 bolt affair with some gusto.
We do have some active guys here who do however have lots of experience talking 7 bolt!