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Dodge Durango Vs Oldsmobile Alero part 1

Alero has the 3.4L


 


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Dodge durango vs Oldsmobile Alero Part 2 (V8 vs V6)
Alero has 3.4L V6





Oldsmobile Alero runs 14's 6 times in a row
Here is the extended version of my other video. This is the video of all 7 runs I made on this day. The first run was a crappy one due to spinning the wheels about 30 feet. I had 2 perfect launches, 3 OK launchs, and 2 crappy ones. The car has a 60 degree V6 engine and a few bolt ons. The lower intake manifold has a very small crack in it causing a small vacuum leak





2001 Durango in 14" of snow
Made a short video of my driving on some of my land through the deep snow. Vehicle had no issues expect on the steep grade where i started to slide into the trees (there was gravel under the snow)





Durango's Day at the spa
(getting a mud bath) That's a 2001 Durango SLT, running 32s with 2" t/s lift. Anyone else have any vids of durango "grocery getter" getting dirty? (don't tell my wife about this)





Oldsmobile Alero goes 0 - 100
All it had at this point is a Cold Air Intake...





Dodge Durango Vs Ford SVT Lighting
the lighting pulls off the start but gits ran down in the end by a fast durango.





Durango Drag Race Fastest N/A Run 1/8
http://www.dodge-wiki.com/wiki/Dodge_Durango





Alero Wheel Bearing ABS light - Repair
How to replace the Front Wheel Bearing on an Oldsmobile Alero, Pontiac Grand Am, Chevy Malibu, or Oldsmobile Cutlass





2014 Dodge Durango Limited RWD Review and Road Test
Car shopping used to be so simple: you could buy a truck or a car. Then came the wagon, minivan, sport utility and the latest craze: the crossover. There's just one problem with the crossover for me however: it's not a crossover. With a name like that you'd assume that a modern crossover blended the lines between a truck/SUV with a car/minivan. The reality of course is that the modern three-row crossover is just a front-driving minivan that doesn't handle as well or haul as much stuff. In this sea of transverse minivans in SUV clothing lies just one mass-market vehicle that I can honestly call a three-row crossover: the Dodge Durango. Instead of a car that's been turned into an AWD minivan with a longer hood, the Dodge uses drivetrains out of the RAM 1500 combined with a car-like unibody. While rumors swirled that the Durango would be cancelled in favor of a 7-seat Jeep Dodge was working a substantial makeover for 2014. So what is the Durango? Is it an SUV? Is it a crossover? In my mind, both. If a Grand Cherokee can be a unibody SUV and not a crossover, the Durango must be an SUV. But if a crossover is a hybrid between a car and a truck, then the Durango is one as well. While the first and second generation Durangos were body-on-frame SUVs based on the Dakota pickup, this Durango is a three-row Grand Cherokee, which is a two-row Jeep version of the three-row Mercedes ML which is quasi related to the Mercedes E-Class, which is quasi related to the Chrysler 300. Lost yet? 2014 brings few changes to the outside of the Durango. The design first released in 2011 still looks fresh to my eye but that could be because I don't see many on the road. Up front we get a tweaked corporate grille and new lamps while out back we get "race track" inspired light pipes circling the rump. Aside from a lowered right height on certain models and new wheels, little has changed for the Durango's slab-sided profile, which I think is one of the Dodge's best features. No, I'm not talking about the plain-Jane acres of sheet metal, I'm talking about RWD proportions. Bucking the trend, this three-row sports a long (and tall) hood, blunt nose, short front overhang and high belt-line. The engineers took the refresh opportunity to tweak the Durango toward the sportier side of the segment with stiffer springs and beefier sway bars. While far from a night-and-day transformation, the difference is noticeable and appreciated out on the roads. While never harsh, it is obvious the Durango is tuned towards the firm side of this segment. Thanks to the long wheelbase the Durango feels well composed on the highway or on broken pavement. With a nearly 50/50 weight balance, wide 265-width tires, and a lower center of gravity than a "traditional SUV", the Durango is easily the handling and road feeling champion. That's not to say the Durango is some sort of sports car in disguise, but when you compare a well balanced 360 horsepower rear wheel drive elephant to a slightly lighter but much less balanced front driving elephant on skinny rubber, it's easy to see which is more exciting. Thanks to the Mercedes roots there's even a whiff of feedback in the steering, more than you can say for the average crossover. Despite the long wheelbase and wide tires, the Durango still cuts a fairly respectable 37-foot turning circle. When it comes to performance, the new 8-speed automatic makes a night and day difference shaving a whopping 1.4 seconds off the 0-60 time vurses the last V8 Durango we tested. The reason is all in the gear ratios. While the 545RFE and 65RFE transmissions suffered from some truly odd ratios, the ZF unit's ratios are more evenly spread and dig deeper in the low gears. The result is a 6.0 second sprint to highway speeds which finally nips on the tails of the Explorer Sport which we're told will do the same in 5.9-6.0 (I hasn't tested one yet). This proves what extra gears can do for you because the Explorer is 200lbs lighter and has a far more advantageous torque curve thanks to the twin turbos. You can also thank the ZF transmission for the Durango's robust towing numbers. V6 models are now rated for 6,200lbs while the V8 can haul up to 7,400lbs when properly equipped. That's nearly 50% more than you can tow in any of the crossover competition and just 1,000 lbs shy of the average full-size body-on-frame hauler.





Dodge Durango VS Supercharged Mustang GT
05 Dodge Durango 5.7L HEMI with Borla Exhaust and intake modifications vs Rousch Supercharged 05 Mustang GT. If you have any questions send me one in a comment. Thank you for watching, Comment Rate and Subscribe for more.





Dodge Durango Hemi Racing
Dodge Durango Hemi racing at Dunn Tire Raceway in Lancaster NY





Oldsmobile Aurora vs. Oldsmobile Alero Highway Run
This is a short video of my Aurora racing my friends 2000 Alero. Aurora Autobahn- 4.0L V8 Alero Coupe- 2.4L I4





1999 Oldsmobile Alero GL (attempt to start with blown engine)
This was actually filmed in January of 2010. This was my car from 2005 - 2007 and then my brother took it after I got my Aztek. When I first got it, the intake gasket on the 3.4 Liter V6 started leaking, so I had it fixed as soon as I could. Come to find out sometime in the summer of 2009 that it started leaking again because the person who did it the first time didn't fix it properly. My brother had it fixed for the second time, but it must have been too late. On Dec. 26, 2009, it was toast. The camshaft on the front half of the engine broke which caused a valve to be stuck open, thus the piston came up and jammed that valve.





2001 olds alero 3.4 flowmaster super 40
this is another video of my Exhaust, this is flooring it. 2.5" pipping, flowmaster SUPER 40 muffler, and removed resinator.





Olds Alero runs 14's
An Oldsmobile Alero can't do that! No turbo, no S/C, no spray and my Alero runs 14.96 at E-town. It runs 1/2 second faster at Atco. An Alero can be fast, if you know what you are doing. The guys in the tower are having fun with me too! This happens when you've been racing at the same track for a few years




Which car is faster? Which Car is Faster?





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2000 Oldsmobile Alero GX T4 Turbo: 13.280 @ 102.030
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2005 Dodge Durango Limited 5.7L Hemi Supercharged: 13.371 @ 101.520
diesel, Engine: 5.7L Hemi, Supercharger: Vortech


2005 Dodge Durango Limited Nitrous: 13.760 @ 100.580
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2001 Oldsmobile Alero GL3 Supercharger: 13.838 @ 98.090
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2002 Oldsmobile Alero GLS: 14.025 @ 101.050
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2005 Dodge Durango Limited: 14.780 @ 91.300
EricB, Engine: 5.7L Hemi, Tires: Stock


2000 Oldsmobile Alero GL: 14.901 @ 92.900
Josh Doherty, Engine: 3.4L V6, Tires: Yokohama Avid V4


2002 Oldsmobile Alero GL2: 14.988 @ 90.260
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2003 Oldsmobile Alero GX 2.2L: 15.210 @ 88.290
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2012 Dodge Durango R/T: 15.296 @ 90.120
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2004 Dodge Durango Limited: 15.400 @ 88.000
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2001 Oldsmobile Alero : 15.400 @ 87.660
=S, Engine: 3.4SFI,


2006 Dodge Durango Limited Hemi: 15.407 @ 88.440
Jason Conaway, Engine: 5.7L Hemi, Tires: stock


2001 Dodge Durango SLT+: 15.610 @ 85.080
Ray, Engine: 4.7,


1999 Dodge Durango : 15.660 @ 86.170
John Oliver, Engine: 318,


2002 Oldsmobile Alero : 15.800 @ 85.400
Adam,


2004 Dodge Durango 4WD Limited Hemi: 15.800 @ 86.000
NA, Engine: V8 Hemi,


2000 Oldsmobile Alero gls: 15.800 @ 84.000
josh, Engine: 3.4, Supercharger: no Turbos: no Tires: stock


1999 Oldsmobile Alero GL: 15.890 @ 86.110
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2003 Dodge Durango SXT: 15.900 @ 87.530
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