Conquest still runing hard with no need for V-TEC/ Honda Lovers
Nyce1s - Eddie Rivera's Ultimate Transmissions Mitsubishi Starion...
Here is Eddie Rivera and his Ultimate Transmissions Mitsubishi Starion!
Here is the car racing at a few events on the east coast. We look forward
to seeing this car going into the 8 second zone soon!
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When you need to get rid of an old set of tires, this is the way to do it.
Car is a Chrysler Conquest TSI, with an LS1 swap. Wheels are DPE R05 in
18x9 and 18x10.
Mitsubishi Starion on Dyno
2.6 liter bored to 2.7 liter
balance shaft eliminated
J.E. forged pistons
Pauter forged rods
Racetep Performance head w/o jet-valves
Stage II clutch
Gato MPI intake manifold
90 mm Wilson Throttle
4 x Bosch injectors
Top-End-Performance Super 16G turbo with
Power: at 0.70 bar / 4.850 rpm 230 hp
Power: at 1.00 bar / 4.900 rpm 272 hp
Power: at 1.20 bar / 4.900 rpm 300 hp
Power: at 1.35 bar / 4.970 rpm 340 hp
Max Boost: 1.80 bar
Max Torque: 480 nm / 4.300 rpm
Filmed @ Mitsumaniaki Meeting in Krakow 2013
Starion Turbo End of Summer Touge Cruise
Cruising around in my 86 Mitsubishi Starion turbo, testing out some camera booms I made.
Enjoy the sunset of one of the last days of summer with me.
Not really racing around on the road because I didn't know if the booms
were going to fall off, haha.
Song is Sweet Talk - Kito f. Reija Lee
Widebody Goodness - 1989 Mitsubishi Starion GSR-VR (Chrysler Conquest)
For a mass-produced car, the Starion is super rare! In all the car shows
I've been to, plus all the car-spotting I've done, I've seen just two. One
flatty plus this fatty. This one's widebodied so that should automatically
make it a GSR-VR (A187A). Right?
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