New Enkei's for the Evo! They are 18x9.5" 15mm Enkei RPF1's. Swift Sport springs are also going to be installed (at least until I can get some ... Show moreRobispec K&W V3 coilovers). I'm waiting for the stock tires to wear out before I mount these. I am going to use the stock TPMS sensors from the stock wheels when I get the new tires mounted. I've decided to run 265/35/18 Dunlop Direzza Star Specs. Show Less
My 2008 Mitsubishi Evolution X GSRPurchased on 2-16-09 with 10miles on the odometer. This is an Apex Silver base model GSR with no options. This car wil... Show morel serve as my daily driver and track beater (mostly autocross).This car performs well in stock trim so I won't be doing as many mods as I did on my previous car. My goal is to get it to 330-340 awhp with bolt ons and a tune. Most of the mods will be suspension improvements for better autocross and track performance. Show Less
EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR MODIFICATIONS
This page is for pictures and details about the exterior and interior modifications. I also decided to throw my new gauge... Show mores on this page because even though they help for tuning, they don't really change the performance of the vehicle.
Pictured below is the PLX Devices SM-AFR Wideband controller, and DM-5 Wideband display. The gauge is not required to run the wideband because the controller has a 5v output, but it is a handy tuning device to have anyways. Pictured on the right is the installation location of the SM-AFR Wideband controller.
I decided to hookup the 5v output from the SM-AFR to my Aeroforce scan gauge analog input. After inputing the slope intercept, the scan gauge now reads the wideband A/F ratio based on voltage input. This will allow me to log the A/F ratio on the scan gauge during track runs. To the right is my current dash configuration.
Pictures below show the new Carbon by Design exhaust cutout shields. They are genuine carbon fiber. I didn't have a good reason for buying these :)
New pictures with the Black Bezelled Headlights installed. This pretty much completes the exterior of the car, and I probably won't be making too many more changes to it anytime soon.
Below is a picture of the Mopar Turbo Toys Bezel. I didn't have turbo toys with Stage 2 so when I decided to upgrade to Stage 3 I didn't have any of the parts needed to use the turbo toys programmed into the Stage 3 PCM. So I bought a Turbo Toys bezel, did some research and figured out how to wire it up on my own without having the Mopar harness that normally comes with the kit.
-PLX Devices SM-AFR Wideband
-PLX Devices DM-5 Wideband Gauge
-Aerforce Pro Scan Gauge
-Full Pillar Dual Gauge Pod
-GReddy Full Auto Turbo Timer
-Mopar Short Throw Shifter
-Mopar Turbo Toys Bezel
-Booger Shifter Bushings
-Black Housing Headlights
-Carbon by Design Exhaust Cutout Shields
Page 1: Intro and Updates
Page 2: Performance Modifications
Page 3: Exterior and Interior Modifications
Page 4: Past Modifications
Page 5: Videos of My SRT-4
Page 6: When it was Stock Show Less
The new MPx intercooler fills up the front opening. Unfortunately, like other large front mount units, this one requires the removal of the crash bar to fit.... Show more In the near future I plan to build a support brace that will strengthen the front since the crash bar is absent. This is the Maxxfab dual exhuast which I have put on the car. It is a mufflered 3" system without a catlytic converter. I also have a 3" O2 housing which replaces the factory cast piece. Show Less