Here is a video of a BPU 03 Cobra vs a modded Dodge Stealth turbo.
This is a rematch from a race the previous year.
This video was originally posted by the Stealth Owner but then taken down. I reposted it because people kept asking for it.
Big Single Turbo Dodge Stealth drag race, Steve Z 10.68 @ 132mph! 23 PSi
Getting quicker and faster every
time out, this time dropping down into the 10.6's @ 132mph. Still at only
23 psi, one of two fuel pumps is dead and no time to swap in the new
Aeromotive Eliminator and fuel cell. It will be ready for next time out
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Dodge Stealth RT/Twin Turbo restoration: Video 1- intro
Watch my journey to restore and tune a 1994 Stealth Twin turbo! Complete "frame on" restoration of entire
vehicle and modest upgrading by a weekend warrior in an urban garage.
Video 1-Introduction of my project, some future plans, and progress so far.
Im not a mechanic, just a guy with who has picked up a few things over the
years and have a passion for cars.
Oct 22-2012 Sorry video is a little jittery and annoying. I loaded the
video and it didnt do this but let youtube correct for jittering, it was an
option that promted up, so i did it. And now its like this. Sorry guys,
next one will be better.
Challenger R/T vs 03 Cobra
Stock 09 R/T w/ JBA Exhaust messing
around with a friends Pullied 03 Cobra.
The challenger does suprisingly well out of the hole, but it's obvious it
doesn't make the power it needs.
Dirt Cheap Rat Rod! 1968 Charger Buildup and Thrash - Roadkill Ep. 23
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episode 8, the '66 Buick Special convertible from a pre-Roadkill episode,
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1991 Dodge Stealth R/T Twin Turbo AWD
I thought you'd like a look at this very clean 1991 Dodge Stealth RT. It's
powered by the twin-turbocharged and
intercooled DOHC 3.0 V6, that's putting out around 306 HP. All the power is
funneled through a five-speed manual trans to an amazing all wheel drive
system. These cars were blazing fast for their time and are still
competitive with modern cars. This one really looks mean in that black and
the interior is in like new condition as well. I hope you find it
interesting....thanks for watching!
Filmed at Gateway Classic Cars near St Louis, Missouri
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010
133325 / 1992 Dodge Stealth R/T Twin Turbo
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/8r3lrdz
Stored in a garage for literally three quarters of its life, this one
owner, all original 1992 Stealth R/T Twin turbo is the kind of time capsule sports machine
that'll transport you right back to the days when performance was about
more than just horsepower!
Delivered new to its one and only owner, a New York urbanite, this Far East
Mopar spent its entire life bouncing between weather-proof storage,
fastidious maintenance and occasional weekend adventures. Naturally, a
regimen like that means the car racked up very few miles; and I'd be
willing to bet it's rarely seen anything other than sunshine and warm
temperatures. A quick check of its undercarriage and suspension reveals no
evidence of abuse or rust. A quick check of its VIN certifies its body has
never seen any major repairs. And a quick check of our pictures confirms
its one year old Mystic Blue paint, which happens to be one of only 327
coats issued for 1992 twin turbos, is
both bright and glossy.
In the early 90s, factory performance wars finally started to heat up
again, but this time instead of Chevy, Ford and Mopar battling it out, it
was the Japanese automakers with their turbo-charged compacts. Sure, the Viper made its
debut and the Corvette was still around, but those cars were in a different
league; and the price of admission to that league was steep. The Japanese
automakers recognized a niche for affordable sports cars and a performance
war began. This car's Mitsubishi designed twin turbo V6, a product of that war, benefitted from
technology that was very advanced for its time. The engine is a DOHC
24-valve 3.0-liter 6-cylinder which sports electronic fuel injection,
aluminum heads, factory roller rockers and of course two turbochargers. Those turbos are intercooled via intakes incorporated
into the car's front air dam; and they make this smooth mill good for 296
horsepower and 306
ft./lb. of torque. Not bad when you consider all this horsepower and technological
goodness could be had in a relatively light car for about half the price of
Dodge's V10 flagship.
Twin turbo models like this one came
standard with a 5-speed Getrag manual transmission feeding a full-time
all-wheel drive system. That system's 45 front, 55 rear power split gives
the car catapult-like acceleration in any weather condition while
four-wheel steering turns the rear wheels in phase with the front wheels
for additional stability during high speed cornering. A driver selected
dual-mode Exhaust system opens up the
mufflers for more power at high engine speeds; giving the car an aggressive
bark all the while allowing you to have a daily driver that won't wake up
the neighbors every time you taxi into the driveway. The 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 power is put to the pavement through four factory
alloy wheels which spin 245/45ZR17 Pirelli PZero Neros around "DODGE"
branded center caps.
This Dodge's jet-inspired black leather cockpit, which presents a striking
contrast to its clean blue exterior panels, shows absolutely no signs of
wear at all. The six-way power driver's seat keeps you as comfortable for
quick blasts of speed as it will during long road trips. In front of the
driver a dramatic jet black dash, which shows zero defects, is packed full
of gauges and instruments that work exactly as they should. At the center
of that dash, automated climate control sits above a great sounding AM/FM
radio that's complete with both a cassette deck and a CD player. Between
the seats, the car's console holds a black shifter and controls for the
power driver's seat above black carpet that's protected by matching
"STEALTH" floor mats. And at the sides of the seats, door panels which are
typically faded and ballooned from heat and light, present as new from
their horizontal defroster vents all the way to their red puddle lamps.
If you're an enthusiast who likes to put his hardware on the road, few cars
deliver the blend of performance and luxury of this Stealth R/T Twin turbo. Call, click or visit
http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome car!