Title Fight: 2008 Lancer Evo X vs. 2008 Subaru WRX STi
To complete our comparison, three editors submitted evaluation scores based on their driving impressions, which were balanced against the realities of price, performance and feature content. The results may surprise you.
2007 Ford Mustang Shelby GT vs. 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX STI
Look no further than the hood scoops on the 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX STI and
2007 Ford Shelby GT to find the fundamental difference in their
personalities. It's here that both cars' sense of purpose and ability is
displayed prominently and publicly as a statement of their true character.
2006 Subaru Impreza WRX STI vs. 2006 Mitsubishi Evo IX
Edmunds Inside Line brings two awesome street machines, the 2006 Subaru
Impreza WRX and the 2006 Mitsubishi Evo IX, together for a comparison
test. Find out which car comes out on top.
Mitsubishi Evo X: Faster than the Evo IX? - by Inside Line
We're not sure how to say "oops" in Japanese.
Doesn't matter; we don't need to know. We just test the cars. We don't make
them 250 pounds heavier. That's what Mitsubishi's engineers are for. In
their efforts to make the 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X stronger, more
powerful and more luxurious, they made it heavier. A lot heavier. And
heavier in this case means slower....
Street Fight: WRX v Lancer Ralliart v Mazdaspeed 3
CHECK OUT THE SPORT COMPACT COMPARISON:
Thanks to three turbochargers, 724 horsepower and five
limited-slip differentials, comparing the 2008 Mazdaspeed 3, 2008 Subaru
Impreza WRX and 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart should be more entertaining
than a cage match between Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and New Kids on the
Block. Imagine the fun! Donny and Danny hangin' tough from the walls of the
cage while Joey, Jordan and Jonathan get tossed into the crowd.
The way we see it, our Rampage vs. New Kids bout is no different from
pitting the Mazdaspeed 3 — the current champ of the sport compact world
— against the Lancer Ralliart and Subaru WRX. On the track, an epic
ass-kicking is bound to ensue.
But comparison tests aren't always won on the track. Since these cars all
share a focus on real-world driving for enthusiasts, we weighted
performance as 25 percent of this test's scoring total, leaving the
remaining points to price (20 percent), feature content (20 percent), fuel
economy (15 percent), our subjective evaluation (15 percent) and personal
and recommended picks (5 percent).
So performance is important, but in the end, the most well-rounded car
2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 vs. 2013 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution MR
Power vs Traction. RWD vs AWD. Displacement vs turbo. This shootout has everything!
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Ice Bowl! - EVO Vs STI Snow Challenge
We put two hot rally rockets on ice to find out which one excels in extreme
snow conditions. Read the story here:
Ryan Gates's 311RS - or - How to Make a Better Evo -- /TUNED
The Mitsubishi Evo X is a great performer for the enthusiast on a budget,
thanks to its very smart drivetrain. On top of that drivetrain sits an
utterly terrible tin can of a body and an interior that seems to come with
the chassis for free. Enter racer Ryan Gates. He's been competing in Evo's
for years, and decided that he wants to build a better Evo. So he's
improved just about everything on the car. We try to do a full test of it
at Monticello Motor Club, but it doesn't exactly go as planned. Is the
311RS the best Evo money can buy? We try to find out.
MUST SEE!!! DG Motors EXCLUSIVE Evo X (10) 670whp Dynojet E85!!! SMOKING
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Here is phase 1.5 of tuning our re-built Lancer Evolution X Gsr for the
late 2010 racing season. This build consisted of replacing our stock
appearing blouch dominator 2.0 turbo
(which ran a best pass of 11.4 @ 122mph) with an Extreme turbo Systems Billet T3 PT67-65 turbo Kit. We also removed the entire long block
out of the car to be custom built to our specs with a full Cosworth Bottom
End. We are now using Cosworth Pistons, Rods, Bearings, Rings, and Head
Gasket. Gino, from Evolution Racing Engines in Amityville, Ny performed a
complete Port and Polish along with an extreme valve job to match GSC's S2
274/274 Camshafts high duration and lift. Furthermore, an AMS 600HP Fuel
System was customized by us in utilizing Twin External/In-Line Bosch 044
Fuel Pumps feeding a -8 Feed and Return line to an AMS Fuel Pressure
Regulator Kit and AMS Fuel Rail feeding Fuel Injector Clinics 2150 c.c
Injectors. We also decided to purchase an Exedy Twin HD Re-Build kit to
freshen up our clutch which had numerous mid-11 second passes at
EnglishTown, Race Way Park.
Last but not least, The new Tial Q 50mm Blow Off Valve replaced the stock
metal valve which starts leaking at the 27psi marker. We have now
successfully maxed out the stock factory MAF Housing which registers 4.99
Volts from Peak Boos/Torque to our Red-Line of 10,000rpm. The stock factory
MAP Sensor also caps itself out at 33.4psi. We are upgrading to an Omni
4-Bar map sensor to run upwards of 50psi in hopes to max out our Precision
T3 Billet 67-65 turbo and achieve an
absolute minimum of 825whp. Our conclusion for the 2010 Racing Season
motivates us to become a few World Record Holders consisting of: The
World's Highest HP Evo X Gsr with the Stock ECU, Stock MAF, and E-85 Fuel.
Lastly, we are motivated to become The World's Fastest and Quickest Evo X
Gsr, period...Extreme thanks goes out to all our sponsors, clients,
friends, and fans who are making all of this possible, especially: Extreme
turbo Systems, Ams Performance,
Evolution Racing Engines, Cosworth, GSC, Precision turbo, Fuel Injector Clinic, Tial, Hallman,
Supertech, Exedy, Ecuflash/Evoscan (Tephra, Golden). Thank You.
Hot Model in Lancer EVO vs. Professional Racecar Driver in SUV - GT Channel
GTChannel Virals presents smoking hot model Alicia Whitten in a Lancer
Evolution going up against Indycar driver Roger Yasukawa in an Outlander
Sport compact SUV. We were out at Willowsprings video shooting the Lancer
EVO SE trailer and had some extra time to goof around on the tracks. Go to
http://gtchannel.com for more car videos and content. Check out Alicia's,
err driving techniques as she challenges Roger on a time attack battle.
Paul Walker Visits Famous Nissan Skyline GT-R Tuner Mine's in Japan
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GTChannel was there when actor Paul Walker of Fast and Furious 6 visited
Mine's Motorsports in Japan. Tarzan Yamada was there to give ride alongs in
the GT-R but ended up...
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STI vs. Evo Rally Road Test
The Subaru Impreza WRX STI takes on the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo on this
rally-based road test. Read the full road test and see the photos at:
Volkswagen Golf R vs Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution MR! - Head 2 Head Episode 5
On this episode of Head 2 Head, Automobile Magazine's Jason Cammisa hits
the road and the track with the 2012 Volkswagen Golf R and the 2012
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution MR. Find out which four-wheel drive four-banger
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