I had just purchased a 2006 mitsubishi evo 9 mr. There are no mods I was wondering what mods I should add first. I want to use it for street racing.

Asked by Dec 29, 2015 at 08:28 PM about the 2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution MR

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PUT MITSUBBISHI EVO 9 MR HOP UP MODS....IN YOUR SEARH ENGINE AND READ UP ON THEM....HOW FAST/MONEY DO YOU WANT TO SPEND??? I PUT A $400.00 DRY CELL BATTERY IN ONE OF MY CARS TO SAVE 15 LBS..WEIGHT OR HP IS THE SAME THING... EVEVY 10 LBS SAVED IS A 100TH OF A SECOND BETTER...100 LBS IS A 1/10 SECOND..IF YOU GET MY DRIFT.. WHAT A DRAG !

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Buy & install a cold air intake with a K & N air filter, Tube headers are a must if non-turbo. And a 3" exhaust system. Off-the-shelf systems are so expensive like Flowmaster $600-$800, So go to a local muffer shop with a hydraulic tube bender & have a custom single one made, much cheaper too. Make sure to use a perf. cat & muffler too with 3" inlets & outlets. I like Raven Products, They sound deep & perform well. They weld up the joints & install new hangers which make it trouble free. Use a MSD ignition bax & cap, E3 spark plugs with solid center spark plug wires, Use only Sunoco 91-93 octane gas & Mobile 1 or Castrol synthetic oil. Phase II. Buy another cylinder head & have it ported & polished by a cylinder head shop for later. Ask them about "skimming" a few thousandths off of it too. Buy & install a performance cam & kit with valve springs, Consult a speed shop or Jeg's or Summit catalogs for parts & spec's.. Good luck with your killer EVO project.

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