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Straight Shooter: 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer EVO 9


Vehicle: 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 9

Owner: Keoni Viernes

Location: Las Vegas, Nevada

Engine: 2.0L turbo (4G63)

Estimated Horsepower: 450 hp

Estimated Torque: 385 lb-ft

Top Speed: 172 mph

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Mishimoto (aluminum radiator, electric fan, coolant reservoir tank)

Turbo Force Performance Green turbocharger

HKS (Type R intercooler, camshafts, adjustable cam gears, reloaded racing suction intake)

Perrin hoses

Greddy Type RS blow-off valve

Force Performance wastegate

K&N titanium air filter

Walbro fuel pump

JE Tough Skirt coated pistons

ARP head studs


Tanabe (Concept G blue turbo back exhaust, straight pipe)

GT-Spec tubular manifold


Clutch Masters Ultra High Series twin-disc clutch


Kbee front and rear suspension

Energy Suspension bushings

APR flex control bar

Cusco six-point roll cage

M1 harness bar

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CCW wheels – 18x10.5 (f/r)

BFGoodrich g-Force Sport Comp 2 tires – 255/40R18 (f/r)

WP Pro brakes – 17-in. rotors, eight-piston calipers (f), 16-in. rotors, six-piston calipers (r)

Stainless steel brake lines

StopTech STR-660 brake fluid


Voltex (Street Edition front bumper, canards, vortex generator, wide fenders, Type 4 wing)

JDM (rear bumper, taillights)

House of Kolor Sunrise Pearl with ICE paint job

Straight Shooter: 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer EVO 9


Custom fiberglass double-din housing

Tommi Makinen steering wheel

Defi gauges (60 mm boost, EGT, oil pressure)

Gruppe-S 60 mm gauge pod

Bride Gias low max gradation racing seats

Takata racing harnesses

NRG short hub 3.0 quick release

A’PEXi turbo timer


Sony (XAV-64BT head unit, XM ZZK3301 class D amps (x2), XM ZR204 midrange amps (x2),

XS-LD106P5 10-in. subs, GTX 16215 midrange speakers (x2), LA-1652 tweeters (x2), LA-1694 speakers (x2))


Team Hybrid, BFGoodrich, Meguiar’s, Mishimoto, Sony, Clutch Masters, NOS Energy Drink, Energy Suspension, K&N, Pacific Custom Paint, Chris Walls, Grafix Impact, Gene’s Auto Sport, Evasive Motorsport

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