Schwabenfolia took their car tuning skills to the test with this Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X that they are calling the Stealth Fighter. They did everything from improving the performance to wrapping the car with a matte grey foil wrap. The stock 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder received several software and mechanical upgrades to bring the output from 295 PS to 390 PS with 520 Nm of torque.
Check out the video after the jump of the most powerful Mitsubishi EVO X that just set a new record with 908 AWHP. It destroyed the most recent EVO X by more than 90 horsepower to the wheels, so there is no denying this will hold the crown for quite some time. Most people wouldn’t even think it’s possible to get close to 1,000 HP to the wheels out of a 2.0-liter four cylinder. This owner proves anything is possible when you turn up the boost and risk blowing the engine. However, he can now say he owns the baddest Mitsubishi EVO X in the world!
Check out this Mitsubishi Eclipse coupe that has been transformed into a Lamborghini Reventon replica. It comes from the Ukrainian city of Odessa and was built by a 30 year old named Alexander with some help from family and friends. It all started back in 2010 with a third generation 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse and took over two years to complete. We have several pictures of the Lamborghini Reventon replica build below, and while it isn’t an exact clone, the final product has been able to win several trophies at car shows for its uniqueness.
The tuning firm Vilner has modified several American and European cars, but have now turned to the Japanese model Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X. With this unique project, the Bulgarian tuners partnered up with the guys from Overdrive, who took on the performance package. The exterior and interior custom parts were handled by Vilner, who upgraded the standard Lancer’s headlights and taillights with new LED units. Inside, the tuning studio gave the Lancer EVO X a black leather upholstery makeover with white stitching and accents throughout. Alcantara lines the roof, while carbon fiber trim is found on the shifter and steering wheel. A set of OMP front bucket seats and piano black trim round out the mods inside. See the videos for yourself after the jump.
Hopefully this will not be a new trend on the dyno block, but now we have a video of a Mitsubishi EVO falling off the dyno because the guys didn’t strap up the front. Two straps at the front is all that would have been needed to keep this from happening, and there seemed to be at least 10 people watching who were clueless. C’mon man! This better not be a customers car or else the company could go out of business for mistakes like this. Last week we had a video of some tuning company blowing the engine on a tuned Ford Mustang. Fortunately, no one was hurt in either of these accidents, but now its the cars that have to suffer from these idiots mishaps. Now, let’s just hope these guys have some good insurance for crashing the cars.