Dodge Stealth Door Panel Removal Tutorial - HD Video
My video tutorial of removing the interior door panel from a Dodge Stealth. Mine is a 1993 Dodge Stealth Coupe, but removal of other model years should be similar. I've referenced the instructions on the Stealth316 web site at http://stealth316.com/2-door-panel.htm and they can be printed and used alongside your door removal.
This video is in HD and was recorded using a Kodak Zi6 in 720p resolution at 30 fps.
Thanks for watching, hope this helps.
3000gt / dodge stealth concept car
This is a project of industrial tuning. I tune and modify things in a car that would factory do, not tuning companies. This is a proposed dodge coupe, as it should have been differentiated from Mitsubishi sibling. Check out rah-68 Comanche replacement at theadvancedboy.blogspot.com
Dodge Stealth / Mitsubishi 3000GT Rear Speaker Panel Removal
This video is a tutorial of how to remove the rear speaker panel out of a Dodge Stealth or Mitsubishi 3000GT automobile. The most common reason for doing this is to access the rear seat speakers, which are typically 6x9, or in my case, 6.5" speakers, and replace them. There are also other electrical parts housed here that might make this process necessary. Enjoy the video, and thanks for watching.
132426 / 1991 Dodge Stealth R/T Twin Turbo
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/892bfe3
The one owner, all original 1991 Stealth R/T Twin turbo featured here has only 14,800 actual miles and is an exceptional and rare car. The engine is a twin turbocharged 3.0-liter DOHC 24-valve V6 with electronic fuel injection, aluminum heads and roller rockers that's good for 296 horsepower and 306 lb./ft. of torque. A standard 5-speed Getrag manual transmission feeds a full-time all-wheel-drive system with a 45 front, 55 rear split. A driver selected dual-mode Exhaust system opens up the mufflers for more power at high engine speeds, giving the car an aggressive bark. A driver selected variable rate four wheel independent suspension does an excellent job tightening apexes or loosening tension depending on where the sport/touring selector is placed. And stopping comes courtesy of four piston calipers all around with 16 inch rotors up front and 15 inch rotors in the rear. Factory alloy 17 inch wheels are in excellent shape and still wear the cars original 245/45/17 Goodyear Eagle radials. The red cloth interior features a six-way power driver's seat and a wrap around dash. Inside the dash you'll find automated climate control, an AM/FM radio with cassette player and a CD player. Coming standard with that CD player is a factory 100 watt amplifier and 6 speaker sound system that features two tweeters and two six inch speakers in the doors and two six by nine speakers in the rear. Standard and optional equipment includes: power windows, power locks, intermittent front and rear wipers, heated remote power outside mirrors, cruise control, a tilt column, a leather wrapped steering wheel with integrated audio controls, a rear defroster, a driver's side airbag and amber lit full gauges. This is a true collector grade car that can be driven and enjoyed for years, while you watch its value climb.
How to Seafoam a Dodge Stealth or Mitsubishi 3000GT Tutorial - HD Video 720p
This is a video tutorial on how to "Seafoam" a Dodge Stealth or Mitsubishi 3000GT automobile. It covers all of the steps in one simple to understand video.
Why "Seafoam" your 3S car? It removes carbon deposits that have built up in your fuel system and crankcase over the years. These carbon deposits rob you of power, smooth idling and acceleration that your car once possessed. This process cleans out the carbon deposits and restores the smoothness and power to your car.
Note: it does not add power to your car - it simply helps restore your power that you already had.
Also, make sure to change your engine oil around 50-100 miles after adding the Seafoam to your crankcase. Going much longer will not be good for your engine.
Finally, you're on your own with this - if you ruin your engine, I'm not responsible in any way. I'm only offering this tutorial so that you can see how I did this to my car. It's your decision, and yours alone, to mimic this process on your car.
Thanks for watching, and enjoy the power you get back in your 3S car!
1993 Dodge Stealth Start Up & Rev - 79k (Rebadged Mitsubishi 3000GT)
Start Up & Rev of a 1993 Dodge Stealth.
This rare car has a 3.0L DOHC V6 making 222 HP while paired to a 4 Spd Auto.
This car is basically a Mitsubishi only with Dodge Badges on it. Essentially, this is a Mitsubishi 3000GT which i my Favorite car of Choice when I used to play Grand Turismo on PS1 LOL.
There is a More basic 3.0L SOHC V6 which produces only 167 HP. But the Real gem is the Top Shelf engine which is the 3.0L DOHC Twin turbo V6 which makes a sweet 320 HP from 1994+. 1991-1993 made 300 HP Of course anything can now do 300 HP but it is a sweet combo as this is a 93 Car.
What caught my eye is that the car had radio controls on the steering wheel & Aux jack which I don't recall seeing on a car of this age.
1991-1994 had a 5 Spd Manual, 1995+ had a 6 Speed Manual.. 0-60 times were around 5.3 seconds..
For my own use, I dont like the car, but since these cars have been out of production for 15 yrs, it is a collectors car, & this 1 was in excellent shape.
This video is produced in Sweden by Simon Bengtsson in september 2004. The song is "Pure Devotion" by "Freeloader" and the car is a "Mitsubishi 3000GT" -93 driven by Dennis Korneliusson.