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Old 01-09-2019, 11:44 PM   #1
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Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX SE

Asking: $36,000
2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX GSR SE (Graphite Grey)
70,000 miles


English Racing 2.2 "RACE" SLR
Carrillo Rods + CARR Bolts
Wiseco Custom Anodized Pistons
9:1 Compression
K1 Billett Crank
ACL Bearings
ARP Main Bolts
ER Balance Shaft Delete
ER ported and machined head
Step Washer Upgrade
O-Ring Head
AEM Adjustable Cam Gear
ARP L19 Headstuds
Moroso Oil Pan
Virgin STD bore Evo 9 block
New English Racing Oil Pump Gear
Racing BLUE Timing Belt
GSC Power-Division Intake Valve +1mm
GSC Power-Division Super Alloy Exhaust Valves
Kiggly HLA Pressure Regulator
Kiggly Beehive Springs
GSC S2 Mivec Cams
Perrin Intake
Perrin 3port EBCS
Turbosmart 22psi Wastegate Actuator
Blouch 3.0 XTR Turbo
Mishimoto Radiator
Omni 4bar MAP sensor
FIC 1100cc high-Z Injectors
Fuel Lab Mini FPR + Pressure Gauge
Radium Fuel Rail + Pressure Gauge
Dual Radium Catch Cans (Crankcase & PCV)
Walbro 450 lph fuel pump (hardwired+pressure release mod)
Titek magnetic drain plug
Mil-Spec throttle body seals
Sparktech COP PRO (non-cdi)
ETS stainless steel upper Radiator Hose
ETS 4" Intercooler
ETS 2.5" Titanium short route intercooler piping
ETS Mini Battery Tray
Braille G20 Lithium Battery (missing in pics as I haven't been driving the car much for the winter)
Tial QR Blowoff Valve
Torque Solutions 3 piece mount kit (front, side and 5 speed transmission)
Torque Solutions Exhaust Hangers
Toxicfab v3 stock replacement manifold (Ceramic Coated)
Toxicfab Stainless Steel bolt kit
Toxicfab cam sensor heat shield
MAP O2 eliminator (ceramic coated, recirculated, vband, 3D contoured flange option)
STM resonated test pipe
STM Oil Cooler
Tomei Expreme Ti cat-back exhaust
DEI titanium Exhaust Wrap (o2 and downpipe)
APR carbon fibre Radiator Shroud
Custom Powder Coated Valve Cover

SE Trim (red stitched recaros)
Tactrix Openport 2.0 cable w/ reflash connector
Perrin shirt shifter
Replica ARC titanium Shift knob
Custom HVAC relocation kit
OEM Heater Label Set
JDM double din bezel
AEM UEGO Wideband O2
Rexpeed Carbon Fiber Steering Column Gauge Pod
Defi BF Advance Boost Gauge (Amber | Imperial)
Defi BF Advance EGT Gauge (Amber | Imperial)
Defi BF Advance Oil Temperature (Amber | Imperial)
Zeitronix Ethanol Content Analyzer and Gauge (mounted neatly away in the coin tray)
Pioneer Avic Z150bh DVD/Navi
Amplifier (Phoenix Gold...can't remember how many watts but it's installed neatly in the trunk but currently disconnected)
Dash Cam (forgot's small and discreetly mounted and power cable runs neatly out of sight...this and the Navi were installed by SoundsGood Auto)

Authentic JDM Evo IX Rear Bumper
Rexpeed rear carbon extensions
Replica JDM Evo VII Tail lights
Wrap Workz Roof Vinyl
Perrin Shorty Antenna

Exedy Hyper Twin HD
ACT monoloc
OEM throw out bearing
STM Clutch Fork Stopper
Weir 12 plate rear LSD kit
Technafit SS lower clutch cable
AMS upper clutch cable
10mm Bolt Upgrade on Transfer Case
TRE Oil Cooler Adaptor

Muellerized Ohlins R&T Coilovers
Whiteline Roll Centre Adjustment kit
Perrin PSRS
Perrin Rear sway bar
Energy Suspension Rear Trailing Arm Bushings
Energy Suspension Evo VIII-IX Rear Diff/Moustache Bushing Set (not installed)

Enkei NT03+M Limited Edition from Touge Factory 18x9.5 +27
Bridgestone RE71R 275/35/18
Muteki SR48 open ended nuts
Ichiba 10mm hubcentric spacer w/ extended studs (front)
Touge Factory hubcentric rings 67.1mmx73mm (front)

Girodisc Two Piece rotors (front)
Girodisc SS brake lines (front+rear)
Girodisc SS Pads

Amsoil Dominator 15W-50 Racing Oil
Amsoil Oil filter
Motul RBF600 Brake Fluid
OEM DiaQueen LSD Gear Oil for Transfer Case and Rear Diff
OEM Diamond ATF SPIII for the ACD
Motul Gear 300 for the Gearbox
Uni Foam Filter Cleaner+Oil for Perrin Intake
CQuartz Ceramic coated by Project Detail

Uninstalled New Parts
TRE Shotpeened 3rd+4th Gears
1st-5th Synchros

Uninstalled Used Parts
10" subwoofer with enclosure (cant remember the brand, but it bolts neatly into the trunk and looks oem). I'm not into music but came with the car.

The long and short of it is I love this car and take care of it as such. I built the car with power, reliability and cleanliness in mind. I never planned on selling this car but modified it in such a way that if I ever did part ways the new owner would appreciate a tastefully built evo and the solid reasoning behind the choice and quality of the aftermarket parts.

The reason for sale is I have another toy which serves as a daily and the wife wants one gone. License plate doesn't win me any points either so what can you do ey?

Oil changes every 2000-3000 miles. All mechanical work was done at Racing Greed who have always kept the car in tip top shape in terms of service and aftermarket installation. The car is a limited edition SE spec 5-speed.

The car has a brand new, broken in 2.2L English Racing long block. The gearbox is the stronger and more desirable 5-speed. It's currently tuned for pump gas + e15. Don't have have dyno sheet in front of me but on base wastegate pressure (21psi) it's somewhere around 450whp. The turbo can support around 35psi on e85 and with bigger injectors the car is 650whp+ capable. The motor is capable of supporting 800+ but I didnt build the car as a dyno queen. A reliable, responsive and fun car was always the goal so I prefer an appropriately sized turbo so the car can be fully enjoyed be it on the street, autoX, track day or drag racing.

For reference the car made 520whp with e85 on the old setup which was 2L and a much smaller turbo. The previous turbo flowed 49lbs/min while the new turbo flows 65lbs/min. The beauty of the new turbo is even though it can make more power under the curve the boost threshold remains the same as the older smaller turbo. IE you see 30+ psi by 4100rpm and can safely take it up to 9,000rpm. Moreover, on the old setup it consistently trapped 128-130mph at mission with mid 11et and 60ft times in the 1.8-1.9s range. Those timeslips are more useful than dynosheet, but if you insist I have those as well to back up the numbers.

I have receipts for the entire history of the car the entire time I've owned it. Receipts for all the parts and service work.

The car has indeed been heavily modified, the long block alone from English Racing is $15,000 CAD and there's very little else new owner could do besides speed density, flex fuel stand alone ecu, a built gearbox and further upgrade the fuel system (supply+return lines+bigger injectors) to support more power that the turbo is capable of pushing.

Despite the extensive mods the car starts on the first turn , drives well and idles strong irrespective of the weather and season. However because English Racing removes the balance shaft on their builds there's a bit more vibration than stock but nothing unbearable. If you wanted to daily this car you could but I'd recommend it as a weekend toy. The suspension could be softened up easily by just turning the knobs on the struts if that's what you prefer.

The body is mint. There are two small defects on the exterior which I have taken pictures for reference. A small bump on the hood about the size of a finger nail and some scratches on the rubber trim of the B pillar on the driver side. I purchased the vehicle with these defects so nothing more to say there. There's a little curb rash on the rear driver size wheel, this can easily be fixed for $60 or before new owner takes delivery.

The interior is in excellent shape. The exception being the back of the driver seat which has a small crack, again inherited from previous owner. This can also be viewed in one of the pictures.

I could give the usual spiel of how much $ there is in the car, the quality of modifications chosen etc but we all know you don't get that money back and unless you know about these cars the brands mean little to nothing.

Instead I priced the car for what I think is fair given the condition, recorded service history and quality of parts already installed for the next person to enjoy out of the box whether you know it or not. I have no inhibition about getting the car fully inspected at whatever shop you choose.

Likewise, given the current US:CAD exchange rate the car is fairly priced given the cost to bring one in the same spec,condition,mods and hope the owner has a paper trail to back it up.

No test drives unless I have a bank draft in hand. Car is available for viewing after 8pm during the week and can be otherwise be scheduled during weekends.

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