Motorhead66 is NOT my dad...
2001 RC Dakota R/T
Hotchkis. Bilstien. CCW. Mopar. SCT. Comp Cams. Hughes. TransGo. Cal Trac. Smith Brothers. Champion. JM long tubes. Magnaflow. Auto Meter. MSD. Brembo. Goodridge. HiPoTek.
2010 Challenger R/T
Hurst. Billet Tech. AFE. SRT. DSS. Hop Not. Bogart. M&H
2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport.
Rough Country. BFGoodrich. Pro Comp DD
"Death Smiles at Everyone -- Marines Smile Back"
MOD LIST: C/F Hammer, Flowmaster Ex, FRI-Sidewinder Cam, Gibson Headers, Predator, B.T. Ported T.B., Lil Silver Box, Red Illum Rear Wing, Blue Angel Eyes, Yellow HID FOGs, 09 Intake, CTP Spacers, SRT Rails & Injectors, SRT Rear w/3.55 Gears and 2010 R/T Axles....What's Next?
Even GM used Mitsu turbo's on the Syclone and Typhoon, the Hyundai Genesis uses them etc. Its one thing Mitsubishi does right...
and the Stealth TT had more goodies then the 3000GT i think as well. The Stealth had AWD steering as well as an electroniclly adjusted front spoiler i beleive
2010 SRT PCP Challenger, Edelbrock E-Force Supercharger, BT Catch Can, Magnaflow Exhaust, Hotchkis Suspension kit, Mopar front & rear strut braces, LockPick, Hust Comp. shifter. Dyno tuned 540 RWHP. In the end, regardless its just a badass car.
I believe all teh 2.2s used Garrett Turbos while the 2.5 used smaller mitsubisi turbos because they were ment mostly for torque. I'm almost 100% certain all the High performance cars were Garrett turbos. Also, the 2.2 and 2.5L were Chrysler designed/built engines. They did do some work with Mitsu on the colt and Conquests but the majority of thier turbo cars were 2.2/2.5 powered. I had an 87 GLHS myself and spanked many a Mustang and Camaro with it. Chrysler knows turbos....
Life is tough, it's even tougher if you're stupid. - John Wayne
Can't speak to who they sourced the turbos themselves from, but the 2.2 was most definitely of Chrysler design / manufacture.
...but I guess if Chrysler never designed and manufactured a boosted car, this must all be a dream...
My buddy had had a 87 Daytona Shelby Z. Thing was a BEAST, and torque steer that could break your wrists. Unfortunately it could pass everything but a repair shop...
2006 Magnum R/T AWD ... Brilliant Black ... Flowmaster Force II Catback, K&N Intake, 20% Tint
2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4DR ... Sienna Pearl ... bone stock ... my "fuel-efficient car" ... haha
Yeah forsure, they dont. But I was just wondering if I had remembered right or not. I didnt know the syclones and typhoons had mitsu turbos tho.....is there a chance the grand nationals did aswell?
SpinTech mufflers/Aeroturbine resonators - Tinted (Panorama Hilite 40/Huper Optik clear on windshield) - catch can - AEM Brute Force - '11 SRT Chally Bilsteins and springs - 180 tstat - AAC halo's
And Fiat has some pretty advanced inhouse knowledge, look at the new Viper and atleast I can see traces from Alfa Romeo, Ferarri and Maserati, and thats just on the surface.
The suspension upgrade is also curtesy of Fiat, they have made the new generation cars things that we can all be proud of!
I still own a 92 Dodge Daytona Shelby car, turbo charged and quite fun to go surprise the previous generation Camaros & Mustangs with. I'd like to think that in the 80's & early 90's that Dodge and Mr. Shelby had a pretty good grasp on boosted engines.
TRINITY 93 CAI tune. Volant CAI. Custom Dynomax Ultra Flo exhaust sytem. Billet Technologies Oil Catch Can, washer cap & shifter plate. Drake Strut Tower Brace. 3 G Customz Right Side Cover & HEMI Half Covers. AMG Paddle Shifters.
I remember on this site when the talk of Fiat taking over Chrysler got everyone upset. People were saying how Fiat will kill the hemi, and the LX's etc and give us nothing but small cars no one wants etc. I said it then and i say it now, they've done wonders for Mopar as a whole. Sergio came in and said no, we like your V8's and big cars we need that. Here are our small cars which you need. Its been a great mix of both. They have so much experience in small car tech that it will really help us over here. The Dart is a perfect example of what can be done with italian engeineering and american flare and design. It will be awsome to see what else they do over the next few years.
Mopar needs to offer a factory Forced induction kit for current models like Ford, though this is a very good step in the right direction.