Carnage VR4 (Matt Matos)

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March 2008 - Ride of the Month 3000GT/Stealth International

1992 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4
Sandstone Grey

3SI Member #1855


  • Blacked-Out Snake Eyes & Front Turns
  • 99 Reverse Light Panel

Suspension and Wheels:

  • Tein S-Tech Springs
  • KYB Struts
  • 18" 5Zigen FN01R-C Wheels in Hyperblack
  • 245/40/18 Goodyear Eagle F1 GS-D3
  • Stillen Metal/Matrix Brake Pads


  • Autometer Phantom Boost Gauge
  • Autometer Phantom A/F Gauge
  • TurboXS Dual-Stage MBC


  • Mobo Leather Shift & E-Brake Boots
  • Bob's Short-Throw Shifter
  • SmokinVR-4 Brushed Aluminum Speaker Grills (F+R)
  • SmokinVR-4 Brushed Aluminum Lower Door Trim


  • K&N FIPK
  • ATR Dual Cat-Back Exhaust
  • T-Pros Down-pipe
  • TurboXS RFL BOV
  • Supra Fuel Pump
  • Maximal Performance Solid Motor Mounts
  • Maximal Performance Transfer-case Bracket


  • Pioneer Head Unit
  • Kenwood 6.5s
  • Pioneer 6x9s
  • (2) 12" Infinity Reference Subwoofers
  • SmokinVR-4 Custom Subwoofer Enclosure
  • Sony 1200 Watt Xplod Amp

My Website:

My story:

My 3000GT/Stealth experience began back in 2002. That was the year I purchased my first 3/S, a pearl blue 1994 Dodge Stealth. It was a base model, automatic with a SOHC. I joined 3Si November 2002, as StealthxStyle. I began learning all about the cars. I now had my eyes on owning a Twin Turbo model 3/S.

After a year of owning the base model, I decided it was time for an upgrade. After months of searching I was able to find my next project, A Sandstone Grey Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4. I knew from the start that this was the one. When I bought the car it had a few upgrades (mainly ATR exhaust and intake) but since then I have added a few more. I have big plans for the car this year (mainly turbos, fuel & supporting mods). In my opinion, a car is never complete because there is always room for improvement and more modification.

I love everything about the 3/S platform and it's enthusiasts. 3/S owners are truely passionate about what they drive, we respect our cars and represent what they are all about. I don't think I'll ever find another platform that I like as much as the 3000GT/Stealth.

Thanks, and enjoy the pics.

-Matt Matos

3Si Membership Page