134205 / 1993 Dodge Stealth R/T Twin Turbo
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Pampered and paraded its entire life, this 14,557 actual mile Stealth R/T
Twin turbo is an impressive time capsule
that'll transport you right back to the days when performance was greater
Averaging just under 728 miles per year since it rolled out of the
showroom, this Far East Mopar has rarely seen anything other than sunshine
and warm summer days. A quick check of the car's undercarriage and
suspension reveals no evidence of rust or abuse. A quick check of its VIN
certifies its body has never seen any major repairs. And a quick check of
our pictures confirms its Jet Black paint, which happens to be one of only
208 coats issued for 1993 twin turbos,
is both bright and glossy.
This Dodge's Mitsubishi designed twin-turbo V6, benefits from technology that was very
advanced for its time. The core of the car's powertrain 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 the smooth mill good for 296 horsepower and 306
ft./lb. of torque. Not bad when you consider all that horsepower and technological
goodness could be had in a relatively light car for about half the price of
Dodge's V10 flagship.
Twin turbo Stealths 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 4-wheel steering
provides additional stability during high speed cornering. 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 Lexani LSS-8 alloys which spin 245/30ZR20 Nitto NT555 Extreme ZRs
around satin-finished spokes.
This coupe's jet-inspired cockpit, which presents a striking contrast to
its monochromatic exterior, shows hardly any 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; and the passenger and rear
buckets don't appear to have been used for anything at all. In front of the
driver, a dramatic black dash, which shows zero defects, is packed full of
gauges and instruments that work exactly as they should. And between the
aforementioned seats, a crack-free console props a black shifter on red
carpet that's protected by color-keyed and "STEALTH" branded floor mats.
If you're an enthusiast who likes to put their hardware on the road, few
cars deliver the blend of performance and luxury of Dodge's mighty Stealth
R/T Twin turbo. Call, click or visit
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1996 Dodge Stealth R/T exhaust
Video of my '96 Dodge Stealth R/T with some Exhaust work. It has the main cat removed and a
straight pipe in place of it and an aftermarket muffler (flow-master or
magna-flow, I don't remember).
1991 Dodge Stealth Engine Bay Mods
A quick overview of some of the mods I did to my engine bay the short time
I had this amazing car. This car had the vacuum reduction mod, cruise
control relocation mod, electronic Boost controller, K&N filter, rebuilt
computer, and had the second gen calipers waiting to go on. Unfortunately,
I never got a chance to install them. The FR500 rims you see in a couple
of the pics never got installed other than for pictures. They stuck out of
the fenders way too far.
A little more description of the intro pics:
3rd pic: Modified cruise control cover
5th pic: Cruise control actuator bolted underneath the airbag sensor
6th pic: AC relay box that got ziptied to the white brace by the cruise
9th pic: Another shot of the cruise control cover
11th pic: Shot of what it looks like underneath the cruise control cover
Single Turbo 3000GT VR4 Compilation Part 1
This is a collection of clips from my 2 single turbo Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4s. I'm trying to get
into video editing for fun so there will be a new video coming out whenever
I get around to it. This one is just a few good clips put together.
The Complete Dodge Stealth In-Depth Tour
This is the in-depth tour of my 1992 Dodge Stealth ES. In this video I try
to feature as much of the car as possible, including: exterior, interior,
engine, Exhaust note, audio, and an
over all view of the car. (The song featured in the sound demo is The
Oracle by Godsmack, I do not own the song as it belongs to its respected
owners.) Hopefully you will enjoy this video and it will give you a better
appreciation for this rare 90's performance car.
****For more information on my Stealth and links to other great 3S sites
please check out my website: https://sites.google.com/site/mrdodgestealth/
Note* Video was recorded in 1080p hd but the blackberry playbook mp4 format
would not work on windows movie maker so I used iMovie which I'm not
familiar with and although I told it to be in the highest quality I think
it lost some sharpness and isn't in hd so if I can get another editing
program I may try it again and replace this video with a true hd version.
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.