|07-12-2006 07:46 PM|
|The Grim Racer||Hey, so I know a Russian, He drives a stealth R/T. He thinks he's cool. He's not. So the point is, I beat him in a 1/4 mi. And I drive a stock d20-x4.|
|06-21-2006 10:59 PM|
|asthenia_182||Thanks for the info everyone. If the opportunity arises, i'll definately take him|
|06-21-2006 02:13 AM|
|ZX3 Jon||DEFINITELY let us know how it pans out... We're all rooting for you haha|
|06-21-2006 01:56 AM|
i used to own a 92 dodge stealth es , automatic. bunch of problems with it i dont know about your friend. messed up pully, compression leakage, oil leakage. fun to drive, felt like a rocket but not all that fast. my friend owns it now, and i have my focus 2.3 automatic, i beat him at startoff and get a lead on him but then he starts pulling because his is a v6 and is geared different i guess. you have an svt, nail that sucka
|06-21-2006 12:42 AM|
222hp, 201tq, and 3000lbs.
They do say 0-60:7.1 and 1/4 Mile:15.6 for the 1991 Stealth ES however they also say 0-60:8.5 and 1/4 Mile:16.4 for the 1991 3000GT SL. Which is basically the same car just 200lbs heavier.
But either way you will probably beat him as long as you don't mess up.
|06-20-2006 11:28 PM|
|netdrgoon||Those are heavy and slow. Dominate him.|
|06-20-2006 10:44 PM|
|livinlots26||i say it depends on the distance... when i first bought my svt it was bone stock and a friend of mine had a 3000gt it wasnt the VR4 so his was compareable to the stealth ES and he could usually get me outa the hole because the svt doesnt have much low end torque, but once i reached the higher rpms i would get by him... turn off you trac controll, and launch at around 3000 rpms that should be an alright spot for a stock svt.|
|06-20-2006 04:33 PM|
This is from an artical I found when I googled "dodge stealth ES"
:1991 Dodge Stealth ES 0-60 :7.1 1/4mi :15.6 It would be close
|06-20-2006 04:11 PM|
|stokedsvt||my freind had one i beat him so bad he sold it! can you say raped!|
|06-20-2006 02:36 PM|
|pocus02x3||You'll kill him the stealth is a heavy slow bot unless it's the r/t. Plus the fact that it's an suto makes it even worse. He probably has the fwd 4 cylinder that can't even get out of it's own way. I'd say even if he had exhaust and an intake you'll still take him in the svt. Just make sure you get your launch and don't miss a shift, you'll take him easy.|
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