Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Model Overview
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Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Questions
My Evo Is Stock Right Now . . . Need Some Pointers Please 1
alright well everyone that has driven an evo knows how great they are i love to car to death but how can i make it faster ? what parts would be recommended to get ? like gimme the part then a manufact...
Is The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 9 Rwd Or Awd?
my son has a 1994 mitz Libero and runs 215/50/17 he has a flat tyre I have been given a 215/55/17 will it be ok to use on his car please
Owners Of An EVO
To anyone who owns or has owned an EVO: Have you had to take it into the shop a lot to have the engine worked on? Have you had any major repair problems? What are the downsides to this car?
Lancer Evo Engine Swap.
I have a Lancer Evo that has a hole in the block. I want to do a swap to a bigger engine, like an LSX. Does anyone know if it can be done or have any idea of what engines would work?
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Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Overview
In designing the Lancer Evolution, Mitsubishi has taken its sport-oriented Lancer sedan and kicked its power and exterior styling up a notch to create what is essentially a street-legal racer. The most recent version of the Lancer Evo, as it is known to aficianados, is the 2008 model, designated the Evolution X.
Like previous versions of the Evolution, the 2008 Evo X will be powered by a four-cylinder engine, though the '08 will get a turbocharged version that will produce about 300 horsepower. It also will receive a redesigned four-wheel-drive system, called the Super All-Wheel Control system, or SAWC, and revised exterior styling, with a new grille, headlights, taillights, and rear spoiler, as well as a new interior.
The 2006 version of the Lancer Evolution, which is the most recent existing production car, was powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine with variable value timing that pushed horsepower to 286. It was available in three trim packages, including the RS, the IX, and the SE. All three came with a five-speed manual overdrive transmission (which was standard equipment across the Lancer line), as well as air conditioning, Recaro front sport seats, a leather-trimmed steering wheel, and dual front airbags, among other options.