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If you're wondering why this Mitsubishi Eclipse isn't wearing a trio of diamonds, that's because it's an Eagle Talon. Now, if you're wondering what an Eagle is and why people call it a DSM, you're not the only one.
Is the DSM dead? The 3rd-gen Eclipse with its girth and a weak-ass naturally aspirated V6 is no match for the 4G63 turbo four-cylinder models that made the DSM a force in the import scene. At the launch of the 3G, Mitsubishi said turbo models only made up roughly 15 percent of its sales. To that we
If you're among the thousands of enthusiasts wearing the DSM badge, you've probably heard of David Buschur. Buschur has been racing DSMs for the past 12 years and has eclipsed more milestones in the Diamond Star arena than anyone in the sport. The Buschur Raci
We see a lot of different cars here at the editorial offices of Primedia's International Performance Group. Working off and on at five different magazines, I think I've probably seen them all. Truth be told, I've seen some pretty stupid ones, but I've also see
Being Top Dog is always an honor, but it's a hard fought honor. Sean Glazar and the Extreme Motorsports Talon have been fighting to become Top Dog since day one. There's no argument that Quick Class racing is the most competitive class of racing. There's more
These Top 10 style articles are popular in both the Diamond Star and Honda camps. We like them because they help chart the course of the breed. For instance, our last Diamond Star review (February 1999) the number 10 car ran an 11.38. This Top 10 had a cut-off e.t. of 10.74-that's evolution. The tim
I’m sure you’ve noticed that we talk quite a bit about modernizing older chassis here at Super Street Network, and for good reason. By far the most popular group of cars to own and modify, at least within our demographic, come from the late ‘80s to ‘00 era, and with 20 to 30 years on