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Hey guys, I've posted my car in some other topics and there was some interest on my project so thought I'd post it in here.

Bought this car over in New York and drove it all the way back to North Dakota and had no problems besides realizing I had a bad starter on the way back lol. Just needed a few taps and she started right up.

General Info - It's a 2003 Mitsubishi Evo 8, 2.3 stroker, with around 130k miles. I had recently just rebuilt the block after spinning a rod bearing. After disassembling it I had also found out that my cylinders were scored and my crankshaft had a crack in it. So I have new Wiseco pistons, Manley crank put in, all still with less than 100 miles.

Build List:
Manley 100 Crank
Wiseco Pistons
Manley Rods
King Race Bearings
ARP Head Studs
Cosworth M2 Cams
Beehive Springs and Retainers
Balance Shaft Delete
Kiggly HLA Pressure Regulator
-8 Fuel Line Feed
-6 Fuel Line Return
ETS Tubular Front Facing Manifold
6466 Precision BB Turbo
Tial 44mm Wastegate
AEM Electronic Boost Controller
Tial BOV
ETS Front Mount Intercooler
Weapon R Intake Manifold
S90 74mm Throttle Body
2150cc FIC Injectors
AEM Fuel Rail
Twin 450 Walbro Fuel Pumps
Boomba Front and Rear Motor Mounts
Buschur Stage 1 Transmission
Exedy Twin Disk Clutch - Recently installed a Competition Twin Disc Clutch
Hydraulic Throwout Bearing
Hawk Brake Pads
New Stainless Brake Lines
Coil On Plug Ignition Packs

Probably more that I can't think of at the moment.

A lot of this was installed by the previous owner, and I've added onto it.

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That's one sick looking car, nice work man!
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Orca wroteThat's one sick looking car, nice work man!

Thanks man! I really appreciate it!
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That thing is mad, good work man. Bet she's insane to drive.
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That shits crazy! Looks amazing with all the carbon parts everywhere. Sounds amazing also
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really nice man, very big fan of the color!
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Craig wroteThat thing is mad, good work man. Bet she's insane to drive.

Yeah it's awesome man, I love it. Thank you!
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Apollo_98 wroteHey guys, I've posted my car in some other topics and there was some interest on my project so thought I'd post it in here.

Bought this car over in New York and drove it all the way back to North Dakota and had no problems besides realizing I had a bad starter on the way back lol. Just needed a few taps and she started right up.

General Info - It's a 2003 Mitsubishi Evo 8, 2.3 stroker, with around 130k miles. I had recently just rebuilt the block after spinning a rod bearing. After disassembling it I had also found out that my cylinders were scored and my crankshaft had a crack in it. So I have new Wiseco pistons, Manley crank put in, all still with less than 100 miles.

Build List:
Manley 100 Crank
Wiseco Pistons
Manley Rods
King Race Bearings
ARP Head Studs
Cosworth M2 Cams
Beehive Springs and Retainers
Kiggly HLA Pressure Regulator
-8 Fuel Line Feed
-6 Fuel Line Return
ETS Tubular Front Facing Manifold
Tial 44mm Wastegate
AEM Electronic Boost Controller
Tial BOV
ETS Front Mount Intercooler
Weapon R Intake Manifold
S90 74mm Throttle Body
2150cc FIC Injectors
AEM Fuel Rail
Twin 450 Walbro Fuel Pumps
Boomba Front and Rear Motor Mounts
Buschur Stage 1 Transmission
Exedy Twin Disk Clutch - Recently installed a Competition Twin Disc Clutch
Hydraulic Throwout Bearing
Hawk Brake Pads
New Stainless Brake Lines
Coil On Plug Ignition Packs

Probably more that I can't think of at the moment.

A lot of this was installed by the previous owner, and I've added onto it.

Pictures
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Video of my 2 Step Launch Control



Sick evo man. i love Evos and Subarus basically anything japanese
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Oh my days that is sexy af
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That's awesome man
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