>iM Feature: Dicken’s Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X

>With Summer quickly on the come up, a lot more people are unleashing their project cars out of hibernation with new mods and parts that are dramatically enhancing the appearance and performance of their vehicle, and setting new standards on how a car should be built.



With this generation of Stance and Form pretty much flooding the car scene, there’s gotta be more than just “dumping” your car and getting a set of wide wheels to demand everyone’s attention and respect. In the pursuit of both form and function, enter Dicken’s Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X.

Everything done so far to this Evo X has been well thought out via Dicken’s vision of how an Evo X should look and perform. With CF aero pieces from Seibon & Rexspeed, a Voltex 1700mm Type 5 GT Wing, a stripped interior justified with an Autopower roll bar, minor engine and exhaust modifications to enhance the Evo’s already impressive performance, and a functional suspension set up that keeps this Evo glued to the road, there’s just no denying this Evo X’s potential on the track.



What stands out the most on Dicken’s Evo X is without a doubt his “Luminous Yellow” Rays Gramlight 57D wheels. With such an eye catching choice in wheels and a complete track ready package to back up it’s looks, this is one Evo X that deserves every ounce of attention it receives from any onlookers.

|Car: Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X
|Owner: Dicken Poon


|EXTERIOR:

Seibon CF Hood
Seibon Front Lip
Rexpeed Canards
Rexpeed Rear Corner Extensions
Rexpeed Carbon Mirror Cover
Mastergrade DL Style CF trunk
Voltex 1700mm type 5 GT wing
Aerocatch Hoodpins
Raybrig 9006 Light bulbs
Yellow Fog tint
Front & Rear Racing Tow Hooks


|INTERIOR:

Bride Zeta III Type S Bucket Seat
Takata Racing Harness
Razo Formula Spec Shift Knob
T1R Shift Boot
Rexpeed Carbon AC Cover
Personal Steering Wheel

 
|ENGINE.&.ENGINE.DRESS.UP:

Blitz Radiator Cap
HKS Limited Edition Oil Cap
Sprint Booster
ARC Airbox
HKS SSQV V3
Greddy TiC Catback Exhaust


|SUSPENSION.&.WHEELS:

GramLight 57D (Luminous Yellow Finish)
Rays Red Extended Lug Nuts + Valve Stems
Cusco Strut Bar
Tein Superstreets Coilovers
Autopower Roll Bar

Some extra shots can be found HERE

WAIT! There’s more…FourPlusOne >InMotion pulls out all the stops with this video, check it out!

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10 responses

  1. >awesome car and dope video Kvg

    June 13, 2011 at 4:58 PM

  2. j

    >GJ Dicken

    June 13, 2011 at 11:04 PM

  3. >most eye catching car in calgary for sure

    June 15, 2011 at 3:59 AM

  4. >LOL FAKE SHIT.

    June 17, 2011 at 4:03 PM

  5. >haters gunna hate

    June 21, 2011 at 3:00 AM

  6. >The car looks sick! Dont know how that dude thinks its fake lol. Good job man!

    June 23, 2011 at 6:18 AM

  7. >The matchless car. What music in video?

    June 26, 2011 at 10:45 AM

  8. >It's a little silly to have a jdmego plate frame who is all about authentic Japanese parts from reputable Jdm brands and then rock a knock off seibon hood & knock off Duck bill style trunk lid. That's what dude is saying is fake. I give it a 5 out of 10 though. Needs a better drop and a body kit and I'd go with a much more aggressive set of wheels. Photography and video 10 out of 10.

    June 29, 2011 at 2:30 PM

  9. >Oh no, a couple of aero pieces on the car are replicas. It's not like everything on the car is completely fake. What are you really mad about? The owner obviously put his money on where he thought it should go, all to his liking and his budget. Car looks good, Dicken.

    June 30, 2011 at 10:45 PM

  10. dan

    What kind of gains did you get from the engine mods? I'm looking to do more to my EVO which is also featured on the sight. It's listed under the previous owner's name, Jason, but since I bought it, I've done further modifications. I'm pushing somewhere around 380 HP already. I'm thinking racing clutch and an intercooler next. What do you think dicken?

    August 7, 2011 at 2:41 AM

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