Dodge Stealth drag racing at Thunder in the Valley 2005
Racing at Thunder in the Valley in Port Alberni, BC, Canada August 2005. Best time was 13.29 but that run was taped over :( Missed 2nd on the second run in vid, 2nd gear was bad. Tranny has been rebuilt :)
Sat. Pt.1 Time trials, Alberni's Thunder In The Valley 2007
Saturday's highlights from the time trial portion of the weekend. Port
Alberni's Thunder In The Valley drags at the regional airport. At 3:35 you
will see my favorite car, the Victoria Transmission Wille Cuda, have bit of
a meltdown after doing their burn out.
1994 Mitsubishi 3000GT Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of the 1994 Mitsubishi 3000GT. I
take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this car
while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling
cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it,
start it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough
tour/review of this car designed to give others a greater overall
appreciation of the vehicle.
Port Alberni Thunder In The Valley slideshow 2005/2006
Material that was meant for the 2007 Race program but we never had enough
room. Thankyou to track photgraphers Carl Sexsmith and Phil Anker. Great
job capturing all the action on these crowd favorites who return year after
year to race at the Port Alberni Regional Airport every August.
Carl's pics can be found at
My Mitsubishi GTO (3000GT VR4)
1997 with the full 1999 body
Dejon side mount Intercoolers
Greddy Type Rz blowoff valve with recirculating adapter
Spec Stage 3 clutch and fidanza lightweight flywheel
Tanabe Exhaust Concept G-Blue & ultra
high flow catalytic converter
& other stuff...
It originally had a tan interior which I find pretty revolting. I have
about 80% of all the pieces in black, but now I am lacking all the old
scews. Since the last time I had worked on this project was back in 2006.
Car has roughly 106k on it and it runs great. I need to get the ecu
remapped or buy a standalone system.
I was thinking about doing a right hand drive conversion on the car, but I
am working on the Honda Integra first. Check out my other vids and project
The Integra Job.
thanks for watching
3000GT VR4 Review!
For this video, I hop in my friend Tyler's Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4 and give
you my first impressions. We have been trying to do this video for awhile
now, so I was very antsy to get behind the wheel of this all wheel drive
blast of a car. Nothing like too good ol' feeling of 90's nostalgia. Thanks
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Song used- K-100 Watchtower
Last VR4 ever built - 1999 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4 Twin Turbo
1999 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4 in Pearl White with Tan Leather interior. This
is the last VR4 ever built. It has 55K miles on it. It is having its 60K
mile service. This is the first of a series of videos that will explain the
proper procedures for servicing the vehicle and what all is involved. It
will take a minimum of 21 hours to complete the required services. It will
cost anywhere from $1200 to $2000 for all the OEM parts required. These are
interference motors and there is no room for cost cutting or failing to
follow the service manual precisely. I hope the upcoming videos will help
others planning to do this service themselves or are interested in what is
required and the associated costs. These were very expensive cars when they
were introduced. Their service requirements are equally financially
challenging. So, do not buy one of these cars unless you are prepared to do
the same amount of work that is about to be revealed.
And, if you like this video, please SUBSCRIBE.
There will be a whole raft of more video on this car as it goes through its
restoration and mechanical servicing. Stay "tuned".
Dodge Stealth- 15 seconds at 180 mph on the highway
For the mod-list, click the following updated version of this video-
This is an old vid of my previous 91 Dodge Stealth twin turbo. At the time, I was running tiny TD04 based
turbos. The speedo pegs at 180 mph;
towards the end of the vid you can see I peg the speedo and keep it there
for a while. Sorry for the poor quality but this was recorded on analog
tape and converted to digital using poor software, and the original tape is
now long gone.
Music by Dimmu Borgir.