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Mr. Mudd’s Extreme Evolution

Dynosty is very familiar with high horsepower, high revving, small displacement situations. The Mitsubishi Evolution has always had a lock on this market and continues to support some of the fastest 4 cylinder programs in the world. When Josh brought us his Evo the build would quickly become one of the more serious contenders in the Louisville import scene.

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The vehicle features a slew of impressive aftermarket components. From the outside alone you can see an insanely clean chassis, Cusco bits, Volk wheels, carbon goodies, Rotora brake kit, Bride seats, Takata harnesses, so on and so forth. The majority of builds that incorporate these components tend to leave the drive-train fairly tame. Josh went entirely the opposite direction. The cornerstone of the build would incorporate a Dynosty-Spec stroker motor coupled to a Shep Racing transmission to lay all 853whp to the ground. an ETS manifold would feed a Precision 6466 Gen 2 turbo, while being regulated by twin Tial wastegates. Boost would enter the motor through one of AMS performance‘s intake manifolds, and a complete custom 3.5″ downpipe, pie cut and tig welded in house would evacuate exhaust gasses.

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As with all of our builds, Hal would be the man behind the controls on the calibration, or what we have grown to call the HALibration. Haltech supplies the switches with another impressive Elite 2500 ECU. Integrated to the chassis/engine with a custom Dynosty jumper harness. The power band of the setup is insane, keeping any passenger pinned for the duration of the pull. If you’re interested in a setup like this, give our sales team a call. We are located in Louisville, Kentucky, and can help provide transport for out of state customers!

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Written on January 8th — Filed in Uncategorized

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