DaveSlow (Dave Lo)

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July 2010 - Ride of the Month 3000GT/Stealth International

1993 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4


  • Bozz Speed Carbon Fiber hood
  • 2g rear bumper
  • Front bumper cut for higher airflow
  • JDM tail lights

Suspension and Wheels:

  • Megan racing coilovers
  • White Black 18x9 Racing Pro-N1
  • Falken Azenis 255/40/18
  • Carbotech XP-8s


  • Sard Trigger boost controller
  • E-Manage Blue
  • PLX iMFD with oil pressure and oil in/out temperature


  • Sparco Speed Seat
  • Corbeau 4 point harness


  • Wrx 13T conversion (Td05 GT30 Hybrids very soon)
  • Evo 560cc injectors
  • Custom exhaust with Ti muffler
  • Pit Road M dual inlet front mount intercooler
  • 2" Radiator
  • B&M 11"x11"x1.5" oil cooler
  • Spoon 165* Thermostat
  • TRD Radiator cap
  • Walbro fuel pump
  • Cruise control delete
  • A/C delete
  • Various useless vacuum hoses deleted

My Story:

Back in highschool I used to think that there was never a need for a fast car as long as it looked good. I was always in belief that there was no need to go 100 on a public road. The first time I got a ride in a turbo supra all of that went out the window. I immediately began looking to see what turbo cars were out in the market. I came across the 3000GT and became fixated on buying one. I ended up find a great condition 1993 3000GT-VR4 with 62k on the clock. After I bought it I made another dumb statement: "This thing is fast enough, I won't need to mod it". I was wrong again and that's why the car is the way it is today and will continue to get faster. After a few years of daily driving the vehicle I discovered road racing and decided that it should no longer serve as a daily driver. The last picture is what a tire wall thought of my car at Road America while chasing down a mustang.