Re: American Car Fans- READ Wow, you're dangerously close to being awarded a truly deserved award, nope, I generally only award one per month, but for you I'm going to make an exception, just because you fit the profile so perfectly. Garrett Turbochargers are the best available for production cars, however, as mentioned above, there are better aftermarket turbochargers used on some cars. BTW - name one car with a 2.5 litre engine, sporting a Garrett Turbocharger that produces upwards of 900hp WITHOUT any other power increasing mods. you suspect WHAT hit me by surprise? Your comment did nothing of the sort little boy. Nil means nothing, now, I'm sure you know more than that, despite the fact that you're currently not displaying that you do. Umm, DaimlerChrysler does NOT "own" Mitsubishi, they own a small portion of their stock (and it's not nearly as high as 34% despite what rumours your mullet wearing "pappy" may have heard while smoking the Chrysler head exec's butler's beef cigar), but pretty much have a working partnership with mitsubishi, which allows them access to some of Mitsubishi's technology, but Mitsubishi nevertheless still has complete control over what they use, and what direction their company takes. Besides, next to Honda, and Toyota, Mitsubishi is the third leading Japanese company that manufactures cars based on their own technology (they're the first of the three that uses outside technology, and their cars are the third most based on their own technology). *most weak and feeble voice one could possibly imagine* "I further wonder why DaimlerChrysler still uses Garrett as a sub-contractor when they simultaneously OWN the so called "best turbocharger manufacturer in the world". " that's funny, considering most of the Turbochargers Dodge uses bear the name MITSUBISHI on them. You're twisting my words btw, I NEVER said that Mitsubishi is the "best turbocharger manufacturer in the world", I said "the best auto manufacturer produced Turbochargers come from Mitsubishi." key emphasis on "AUTO MANUFACTURER PRODUCED TURBOCHARGERS" which is true. Learn to read you illiterate fool. So, from where you stand, you are currently not in a position to reflect my aptly descriptive "DOLT", for cryin' out loud nimrod, I've met 15 year olds who were less delusional and impulsive than you. Every company that knows what they're doing, uses Mitsubishi Turbochargers, including Subaru, Dodge (they don't really know what they're doing when it comes to compact sports cars, but it's a start) Mistubishi, Hyundai (hell, the Turbocharger is about the only well built thing on the Tibouron), numerous Honda Concepts, Peugeot, Skoda, Suzuki, etc.