Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 on 50 PSI of Boost is Absolutely Bonkers

Hiding out in all corners of the automotive community, there are unique builds that ...

Hiding out in all corners of the automotive community, there are unique builds that really raise an eyebrow. Some of these cars and trucks aren’t all that typical. However, these oddballs tend to be the most fun. Sure, seeing a Camaro or Mustang creating 1000 hp is impressive. Heck, there is even one attached to this video. However, doing something similar and on a platform that not too many people have tapped into really demands the eyeballs like no other.

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This time, the topic is none other than a Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4. We have seen these cars lurking around from time to time. However, it doesn’t seem like a platform that’s incredibly popular in the modification community.

When they are modified, though, we have found that these machines have some serious potential to pack a potent punch.

Today, we check out an example that goes to the rather extreme side of the spectrum. Thanks to the folks over at That Racing Channel, the feature here involves the likes of a VR-4 that they claim to be the baddest on the planet.

How is that so?

Well, for starters, the car creates 1300 hp thanks to the likes of 50 psi of boost. Even in today’s landscape where all sorts of cars are making crazy power, this is still a machine that is sure to stand out from the bunch.

By following along with the video below, we get to see what this mad machine is all about. In addition, we get that ever so exciting opportunity to take a ride in it as well. For those who are still thirsty for horsepower after all of that, be sure to stick around. After having your whistle wet by the Mitsubishi, a 1000 horsepower stick-shift Mustang really puts the icing on this cake in a great way.

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