Modified Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4 | Montage
Please check out the *new look* for this car here! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZQ4ac-MO7E
A brief montage of my '97 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 (GTO TT). Nothing extreme, just various footage showing the car, including a Dyno run and such.
500bhp | 400awhp/tq
Modifications listed in video, if you have any questions feel free to comment.
Dodge Stealth R/T Turbo Drag Racing
Just a compilation made using a couple old vids I found of my car, trying out this movie maker I found preloaded on my computer (muvee autoProducer, I think it sucks!)
Last race not cut by my choice, blame the camera man. Battery died or something :[ The stang won but it was extremely close! Really fun race.
See an old autocross vid of my car beating on Skylines and such here:
Civc Si vs TSX
09 Civic Si with injen intake vs. 04 TSX 6speed with I/H/E/Kpro on street tune. Si was in 2nd gear and the TSX was in 3rd gear
Twin Turbo Stealth vs 350z
Luis' stock '95 Dodge Stealth R/T Twin turbo vs Casey's '06 Nissan 350Z Enthusiast with bolt ons (Intake, plenum spacer and cat back Exhaust)
Recorded with my GoPro HD Hero, watch in HD!
03 Cobra vs 95 Stealth TT (Rematch)
READ ME!!! Our friends Cobra now with pulley, tune and drag radials vs our Stealth TT with new electronic cut-out and 3 more pounds of Boost. Stealth was in high 11 second form with a decent launch which is very hard to do on a stock clutch with that kind of power. Other seasoned 3/S owners have said that the stock clutch is almost useless for even BPU cars (260-300awhp). Note that the the Cobra Dyno numbers are Dynojet which is the industry standard. The Stealth estimates are based off of other 3/S's with same mods. The 3/S power estimates are also based off a chart of real world track times by other 3/S owner's which can be found on stealth316. There is yet a 3/S to be made public making even 400awhp with the same mods & a rich tune of 10:3(11:5-12:0 is ideal). Also note from a dig the Mustang didn't get an ideal launch, but the driver of the Cobra has never had an ideal launch in his life. Also the tires on the Cobra were warmed up via burn-out before the race. Also I must have hit gravel in the dig race, because spun at the beginning of 2nd, which I have never done before or since. The driver of the Cobra also considers himself to be a fair, not good driver. Though he does appear to be power-shifting. A technique used by skilled drivers. The owner of the Cobra said under ideal conditions & a much better driver could get the Cobra into the 11's. The Cobra was also professionally tuned on a Dyno. The Stealth was just tuned by me on the street. I hope this will help to answer any ?'s you might have after watching the race.