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Evans Tuning Race Car - 950whp / 620tq - Dyno Video

This car was totaled at the track. Watch the video of it hitting the wall here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWzgpnlDkKQ Complete parts list and story on the car found @ http://www.evans-tuning.com/racecar.html It was back in 2007 when Evans Tuning was last seen running a race car at the track. Since then, we have made some trips when possible to give our support to customers and fellow racers. While we did retire our SFWD Honda CRX in 2007, the passion to continue to race was still there. We decided in 2008 to start planning another competitive build. As we compiled a large list of parts we would be using for the build, we were missing the most important part...the car. We were fortunate enough to have a customer that owned an 1995 Acura Integra RS shell that needed a lot of TLC. The physical state of the chassis made it the perfect platform for a race car... read more @ http://www.evans-tuning.com/racecar.html


 


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Evans Tuning at Maryland Int'l Raceway for World Cup Finals 2013
Learn more about the Civic: http://www.evans-tuning.com/racing/true-street-civic/ Learn more about the S2000: http://www.evans-tuning.com/racing/drag-s2000-btune-performance/ Evans Tuning at Maryland Int'l Raceway for World Cup Finals 2013 competing in True Street with the Civic and Super Street with the S2000. Follow Evans Tuning on Instagram - @evanstuning Civic Driver: Andrea Evans - Instagram: @andreakouryevans S2000 Owner / Driver: Bader Dashti - Instagram: @btuneperformance Production by Steve Seguis - http://vimeo.com/steguis





Evans Tuning Integra 9.24 @ 164 at Fall Nationals October 2, 2011 In Car
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Lexus RC F tested on road and track
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Tim Grey Racing's All Motor EG vs. Firebird
Tim Grey Racing's All Motor EG (runs a 10.49 @ 129mph) races a Firebird (runs an 11.28 @ 124). Complete Setup found @ http://cars.evans-tuning.com/race-cars/tgr-all-motor-eg/





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