Over the last several issues, Super Street has featured two Japan-based GReddy vehicles stocked with a wish list of prototype parts. This month we present to you the third vehicle in GReddy's lineup, the venerable Mitsubishi Evo X, clad in the now-familiar yet distinguished GReddy graphics. Many more parts are to come, but for now, GReddy is showcasing a few upgrades that should be instant enhancers of the already impressive Evo. Some of the highlights from GReddy include the Airinx B air intake system, Power Extreme Ti exhaust, intercooler, 6Pot 350mm front brakes and 4Pot 330mm rear brakes. For a car like the Evo, we believe the brakes are a must-have. Like we said, many of these parts are prototypes, so check with your local GReddy dealer for availability.
'08 Mitsubishi Evo X
Under The Hood
GReddy blow-off valve RS, Airinx B, oil-catch tank, Power Extreme Ti exhaust, intercooler (type 16x2), oil cooler, aluminum radiator pipe
GReddy damper Type-S suspension, front strut tower bar
Ray's Volk Racing RE30 18x9.5J+28 / 18x9.5J-35 (f/r); Bridgestone Potenza RE01-R 255/35/R18 (f/r)
6Pot 350mm / 4Pot 330mm (f/r)
www.mackinindustries.com (Volk Racing)