Had your fill of green yesterday? We thought so. That is why today we are kicking things off with this amazingly clean yellow Mitsubishi Evo X built by EvoSoul and Pentech Automotive. We don’t know too much about this car other than it comes equipped with a bunch of EvoSoul goodies and Hankook tires but the clean execution of this car was enough to grab our attention. SEMA always has its fair share of crazy over the top rides and some of them actually pull off that look well but every now and then we come across something that is clean, simple and done right. Thus our reason for posting this lemony yellow Evo X here.
RAYS Engineering in Japan recently rolled out a production runof the TE37SL (Super Lap) in a special edition gloss white color straight from the factory. The guys at Evasive Motorsports put in an order for sizes specific to the Mitsubishi Evo X (18×10.5 +15). So if you are an Evo driver you may want to jump on this ASAP. Note: because of the aggressive size if your Evo X is lowered you might need to roll your fenders to fit these bad boys on. A set of four will set you back just over $3k.
This is admittedly embarrassing to admit but anything with the word “monoblock” in it will usually get my attention and will probably have a place here. In this instance its the new Brembo Gran Turismo monoblock 6-piston brake caliper for the Mitsubishi Evo X. These calipers aren’t new to the market but they’re new to Evo X owners! And Mitsu-heads will be happy to know that these calipers will work just fine with the stock rotors, which will save you some coin. Also it doesn’t matter if you have an Evo X in regular or MR flavor these pistons have you covered. Don’t like red? You can pick these up in Black, Silver (interesting!), or Yellow.
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Instead of worrying about if the Evo has met its demise or not I would suggest having fun with the Evo X that you may already have and we all know one of the best ways to have fun with a car is to add more power. COBB Tuning has released what they call the 400S kit. This package consists of an upgraded turbo, a COBB Tuning Access Port, and various other bits that when combined will boost your output to 400hp! The kit will set you back about $5600 bucks but considering everything you get with it, that’s a steal! You can check out a video of the kit in action below.
If you have a turbocharged car one of the best ways to pick up a few extra horses and make things easier on your turbo is to upgrade your intercooler. GReddy has a pretty good history with intercooler upgrades so if you’re rocking an Evo X I’d reccomend their 33F intercooler kit. It’s wider than stock and has bigger inlet and outlet end tanks (70mm). Besides the added performance it just looks fresh behind the front bumper!
I’m not sure how long this new Ings+1 kit for the Evo Xhas been out but this is the first I’m seeing of it and I am impressed! Ings+1 always makes good stuff but this kit stands out to me for some reason. The only thing I would change is excluding that weird grill scoop. I’m sure someone could find a way to make it functional, but It sort of throws the front off a bit doesn’t it? Funky grill scoop aside this is pretty fresh. If you’re interested, the kit is currently on sale.