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Smaller is Better: This Mitsubishi Bravo Microvan Is Making Waves In California
You've never heard of the Mitsubishi Bravo before and we don't blame you. Half of our staff hasn't either, but at least we know a thing or two about Kei cars
Sam DuNov 5, 2020
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Varis Widebody Mitsubishi Evolution V Satisfies All Appetite For JDM
Rowie Landicho's Evo is a car you'd expect to see chasing down R32 GT-Rs and RX-7s at Tsukuba Circuit; however, it calls downtown LA home, which makes it super cool, but also super risky.
Sam DuOct 31, 2020
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Another Star is Born: The 8-Cylinder Mitsubishi Starion
An LS V8 swap may sound like a broken record to some, but the story behind this car shows just how great our community is, and how blessed we are to have people like Mikie Sorrell and Tanner White.
Sam DuOct 10, 2020
#SSBattles: Mitsubishi Starion vs. Eagle Talon
For as many ’80s and ’90s cars as we cover here at Super Street, you’d think we’d get ahold of more Mitsubishi Starions (and Conquests) and Eagle Talons (and Eclipses), but the truth is, there aren’t a ton of these floating around. So, when we do come across something as rare and well-built as the
RodrezJul 20, 2020
Why the DSM Community Is Going Crazy About This Mitsubishi Eclipse
Miguel Martinez gives us a legit 2G Eclipse that is truly worthy of the big screen
Sam DuJun 18, 2020
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From Evo II To Evo X - Our Top 10 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Stories
A round up our top 10 most visited Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution feature cars, from Evo II to Evo X (and all 4G63 powered—even the X!)
Bob HernandezJun 15, 2020
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Varis-Equipped 2013 Mitsubishi Evo X w/ Custom Sidewinder Turbo Setup & E85 Tune Makes 600+HP
An aggressive street-tuned project car with a touch of JDM style and more than enough usable power to back it up.
Sam DuApr 16, 2020
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The 2011 Mitsubishi Evo X Varis Build That Suddenly Happened While Waiting For An VIII
Spot Giann Carlo de Castro's Evo pounding the streets of NorCal and you'd have to assume this was a build mapped out and well-planned for years. The truth is, this Evo wasn't even on his radar.
RodrezApr 1, 2020
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The Top 20 JDM Cars Of All Time
The most popular builds we've featured from Japan over the years
Bob HernandezFeb 10, 2020
Mitsubishi Evo VIII - Love Child
Motovicity Distribution came to us with an idea: Collaborate with them on a project that could showcase their product portfolio. After kicking around a few ideas, we agreed an Evo would be the perfect car to use.
Bob HernandezDec 16, 2019
Project Motovicity Evo 8 - Behind the Wheel
Starting simple and gradually upgrading rather than just throwing a bunch of parts at a car, trying to make big dyno numbers seldom translates into fun on the track or actual progression
RodrezOct 16, 2019
Project Motovicity Evo 8 - Phase 2
Taking our Evo 8's suspension, brakes, drivetrain, forced induction system, and engine management to the next level.
Bob HernandezSep 26, 2019
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Project Motovicity Evo 8 - Phase 1
Never let it be said that Super Street is averse to a good pitch. Recently Motovicity Distribution challenged us to build a street car that could run both a top-speed half mile and a Time-Attack
Bob HernandezAug 27, 2019
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Deserves To Be Here - No Contest
Brett Adams and his '91 Mitbusihi Galant win the Wheelwell x Super Street Build Search
Danny KoreckiJul 9, 2019
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Evo IX & WRX S204 STi - Super All Wheel Drive Bros.
How do two brothers get along modding cars when their respective rides are direct rivals?
Andrew BeckfordMar 7, 2019
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2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX - Fine Example
Veterans and newbs, die-hard gearheads, and total derps take note: This street-driven, 518-whp Evo IX is a fine example of what the tuning scene is all about.
Luke MunnellNov 28, 2018
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2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X - The Newcomer
Ravi Dolwani never thought even in his wildest dreams that he'd own an Evo X, let alone one that was built to such a high caliber.
Aaron BonkOct 29, 2018
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That Red Evo at Spocom Anaheim 2018
A closer look at the Mitsubishi Evo 9 that had onlookers coming back for more.
RodrezJul 20, 2018
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Autocon LA 2018: Subie vs. Evo
Spotlight the Subies and Evos of Autocon LA 2018.
RodrezMay 9, 2018
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1988 Mitsubishi Starion - Wish Upon A Star
Most builders today can't imagine staying true to their first love, let alone a first love from an old Xbox video game.
Austin LottMar 2, 2018
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