1992 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 16T's @18psi street-tuned
**The best parts are saved for last!!
Here is Eric's freshly street-tuned VR-4 pushing 16T turbos @18psi spike holding 17. I tuned her utilizing a MAF-T and GReddy e-Manage Blue combination. No, this is not "rich". It is optimal for straight Pump-91, factory timing maps, and somewhat high Boost levels. ZERO detonation over repeated runs have been personally logged.
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.
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.
dodge stealth r/t n/a 0 to 60
dodge stealth r/t n/a o to 60 around 9 seconds with auto trans and no mods except a cold air intake just put this up to see if this is a normal run for my car. i dont think it is at all
92 Dodge Stealth RT Journey.
This is a beautiful video me and a friend shot of his car. The car is a 92 Dodge stealth, and it's just been repainted pearl white. It looks amazing. The car was VERY well taken care of and looks, sounds and performs better than a 2011 car. This car is a head turner without a doubt. Lots of fun to drive around town.
The video was filmed with my Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS.