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Mitsubishi EVO Info

Lancer EVO – EVO 1/EVO I

In October of 1992 the EVO 1 on sale with 2,500 being available to meet A Rally homologation rules. The 2,500 cars sold out in 3 which led to Mitsubishi making 2.500 cars. The differences the normal road going and the Lancer Evolution were

The 4G63 powerplant was thoroughly with improvements being to the breathing, turbo, fuel as well as the engine internals. A front mounted intercooler was which included its own water system.

Although these only gave the car an extra the engine was well capable of more power. As would be with a rally car the body was extensively stiffened to cope the rigors of the Safari and Acropolis The EVO 1 came with a viscous differential and a limited slip at the rear.

The GSR version was the more version and this came air conditioning, Recaro seats, steering wheel. tinted abs, electric windows and plus a 6 speaker  car audio The body work also had to with the rally regulations meant all the scoops and vents would be used to full on the rally car were also on the road going version of the Evolution.

The RS EVO was much more focused  on the stage meaning that it without ABS, air conditioning, the seats and  the alloy found on the GSR. Instead the RS with steel wheels and the of the systems being left off the RS led to a reduction in weight.

Lancer 1 Specs:

Engine: 1997cc

250PS @ 6000rpm

Torque: @ 3000rpm

Weight: 1240kg (RS

Top Speed: 143mph

0-60 5.1 seconds

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Lancer EVO Specs/Information – EVO 2/EVO II

the EVO 1 proved extremely popular were many areas were improved upon for the EVO 2. The EVO 2 on sale in December of 1993 and had a run of 5000 examples, these just 3 months to sell

Torque: 228lbs/ft @ 3000rpm

1250kg (RS: 1180kg)

Top 147mph

0-60 mph: 5.0

Lancer EVO Specs/Information – EVO 3/EVO III

The EVO 3 was in January 1995 again 5,000 examples being with these being up faster than the EVO 2. The exhaust was upgraded again for the EVO 3 as a new TD05-16G6-7 was used, this along a slight increase in engine led to a 10bhp power rise. the front of the car was opened up dramatically to a much more aggressive

These changes gave better cooling not only for the and engine but also for the brakes. To the new look at the front new side were adopted along a new rear bumper and new, rear wing.

Lancer Specs: EVO 3/EVO III


Power: 270PS @ 6250rpm

228lbs/ft @ 3000rpm

Weight: (RS: 1170kg)

Top Speed:

0-60 mph: 4.9 seconds

EVO Specs/Information – EVO 4/EVO IV

Mitsubishi really starting to hit their with the EVO 4, this version was on the new model Lancer which was in October 1995 with the batch of 6,000 EVO 4′s arriving in of 2006. This number was to a total of 9,00 cars as the batch sold out within days.

In the EVO 4 the engine was turned 180degrees to the now familiar transverse to allow the use of a new 4wd system. The 4G63 in the EVO 4 was the first to use a red cam cover. The engine was revised with new internals and

The new engine hit the Japanese power of 280ps with torque by 14 percent. The new turbo was a TD05HR-16G6-9T was connected to the engine with a designed exhaust manifold and to a new higher flowing exhaust As the EVO 4 was built around the new Lancer the differences were many new bumpers, side skirts and a rear wing in contrast to the versions which used a wing with a separate

The EVO 4 saw the first version of Mitsubishi’s Yaw Control (AYC). The first only acted on the rear and allowed the torque output to be from left to right on the attitude of the car. This basically led to increased traction out of and was probably the single biggest made to the Lancer Evolution up to the day with the later versions more sophisticated versions of original AYC system.

The weight of the EVO 4 increased as did the size of the brake the stiffness of the body shell. The GSR got a steering wheel which now an air bag, passenger side air white faced instrument new Recaro seats and a bolt on brace. The RS version came a Momo steering wheel the air bag.

Lancer Evolution EVO 4/EVO IV

Engine: 1997cc

280PS @ 6500rpm

Torque: @ 3000rpm

Weight: 1350kg (RS

Top Speed: 145mph (RS:

0-60 mph: 4.8 seconds 4.4 seconds)

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Lancer EVO Specs/Information – EVO 5V

Mitsubishi really went to on the EVO 5 exploiting many more of the A rally regulations. Body and chassis dimensions were to the maximum allowed by the Group A The wider track meant the EVO 5 had to flared wheel arches to the wider 7.5 inch OZ alloy

The bonnet was now home to the largest vent allowed by the regulations and the wing now had two elements.

Honda EVO 6
Honda EVO 6

On the suspension camber adjusters were now as standard and new inverted type struts were now used. The EVO 5 got a new power steering pump saved a few kgs over the old design. The was again revised with new a new turbo, new intercooler as well as the system allowing the extra of this car to be delivered reliably on the special stage and on the road.

Brembo brakes were which included 320mm discs and 4 pot calipers with solid discs being at the back clamped by 2 pot Brembo The RS came without ABS and came steel wheels and the same found on previous EVO’s it open to buyers to choose own brake set up.

Lancer Evolution Specs: EVO V

Engine: 1997cc

Power: @ 6500rpm

Torque: 274 lbs/ft @

Weight: 1360kg (RS:

Top Speed: 145mph (RS:

0-60 mph: 4.8 seconds 4.4)

Mitsubishi EVO Specs/Information – EVO VI

The EVO 6 looked basically the same for a few minor revisions which stability and downforce, these to comply with the new WRC regs. the cooling system was further which included a new external oil On the RS the turbo was changed to a TD05HRA-16G6-10.5T which used a titanium impeller to reduce weight and for strength.

Both cars given a better flowing pipe. Chassis modifications forged aluminium suspension extra spot welding, steel and improved adhesive to strength and torsional rigidity. The EVO 6 came with a new design of wheel in the same size as he EVO 5.

The had blue detailing in the form of materials and gauge cluster MOMO steering wheel and seats were still in the GSR.

Lancer Evolution EVO 6/EVO VI

Engine: 1997cc

Power: 280PS @ 6500rpm

275lbs/ft @ 3000rpm

Weight: (RS: 1260kg)

Top Speed: (RS: 128mph)

Mitsubishi EVO – EVO 6 Tommi Makinen Edition

most car manufacturers where editions have only differences from the rest of the line-up the Tommi Makinen included some core over the standard EVO 6. This a new TD05HRA-15GK2-10.5T with a titanium wheel, a quieter exhaust 10mm lowered suspension and a steering rack. The front lost the large driving and were replaced by large The Makinen edition came Enkei 17inch alloy

2,500 were made many believing this to be the example of the EVO line.

EVO 6 Ralliart Editions

RS II – RS version with GSR extras

RS Sprint – 320PS special ECU, exhaust and air

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