2008 Mitsubishi Evolution X

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RallySport Direct’s 2008 Mitsubishi Evolution X

Engine/Fuel:
Cavalli Turbo Stage 2 Ball Bearing Turbo
TurboSmart Dual Port Blow Off Valve
COBB Tuning AccessPORT V3 EVO X
Tomei Titanium Upper Intercooler Pipe
Tomei Big Mouth Downpipe
Tomei Titanium Test pipe
Tomei Titanium Catback
AEM Cold Air Intake
Mishimoto Front Mount Intercooler
Mishimoto Performance Aluminum Radiator X-Line
Mishimoto Oil Cooler Kit
Mishimoto Lower Intercooler Pipe Hard Kit Black
AMS Motor Mounts Lower Front
AMS Under Hood Shifter Bushings
AEM E85 Fuel Pump 320lph
COBB Tuning Fuel Pump Holder
Injector Dynamics Fuel Injectors 1300cc
Cosworth High Volume Fuel Rail Kit
Turbosmart Fuel Pressure Regulator

Drivetrain:
Exedy Twin Disc Clutch

Interior:
AEM UEGO Wideband Gauge
Defi Red Racer Boost Gauge
Perrin Shift Knob Black Fat

Trunk Location:
AMS Performance EVO X Small Battery Tray
Odyssey Lightweight Battery w/ Terminals

Exterior:
Cusco Short Antenna Carbon Fiber Look
Lamin-X Yellow Foglight Covers
APR Front Splitter
APR GTC-300 Carbon Fiber Wing
APR Vortex Generator

Suspension:
Ohlin Road and Track Coilovers
Whiteline Front Roll Center Kit Mitsubishi EVO 8/9/X
Whiteline Heavy Duty Front Sway Bar 27mm Adjustable Mitsubishi EVO X
Whiteline Adjustable Ball Socket Front Endlinks EVO 8/9/X
Whiteline Control Arm Lower Inner Front Bushing Mitsubishi EVO 8/9/X & Rear Control arm – upper inner front bushing Evo X
Whiteline Heavy Duty Rear Sway Bar 27mm Adjustable Mitsubishi EVO X
Whiteline Adjustable Ball Socket Endlinks Rear Mitsubishi EVO X
Whiteline Adjustable Rear Control Arms Mitsubishi EVO X

Wheels and Tires:
Street/ Show Setup.
VOLK TE37RT 18×10.5 +18 RED
Bridgestone Potenza RE760 Sport 275/35R18

Race/ Auto Cross Setup.
Advan RZ 18×10 +25 5×114.3 Dark Gun Metallic
Hoosiers A6 Tires 275/35R18

Brakes:
Stoptech Sport Kit

Our EVO X arrived to us bone stock. Of course it did not take long to change that.

New wheels and a drop on Ohlins  Coilovers completely changed the look and feel of the car.

The car saw intensive track use so installing proper heat exchangers was critical.

With the heat exchangers installed, we moved on to installing a large turbo and supporting mods.

The car made an impressive 408 WHP and 345 WTQ, and wearing its APR race attire, it’s ready for some serious track abuse.